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    Yerisa F. Abreu Ms. Jassinya Alvarado Societal Issues 21 February 2018 Societal Writing Assignment Overpopulation happens when a species' population exceeds the carrying capacity of its ecological niche. The United States is already overpopulated in the sense that we are consuming our national. The way we are taking space from our nation doesn’t only mean we are running out of space to live but that we are making this into a social issue. If this overpopulation continues we soon won't have Freshwater, fresh air to breath and food. Also, one other issue that overpopulation is costing as is to have a Lower Life Expectancy especially in a Fastest Growing Countries. One big issue that comes out of this is pollution where not only the united state we see the consequence but the entire world. Immigration is defined as the movement of people from one country to another, usually with the intent of moving into a new home. Immigration policy has become a highly contentious issue in America. To the citizens of the United, States immigration seem to be view as an issue because immigrants had seemed to just be taking jobs opportunities from the American citizens. While much of the debate centers on cultural issues, the economic effects of immigration are clear. Economic analysis finds little support for…

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    Stanger-Hall, K. F., & Hall, D. W. (2011). Abstinence-Only Education and Teen Pregnancy Rates: Why We Need Comprehensive Sex Education in the U.S. PLoS ONE, 6(10). Principle Findings In this journal article, the author’s main goal is to analyze the effectiveness of abstinence-only education versus comprehensive sex education. The US ranks number one among developed nations in teen pregnancy and the rate of sexually transmitted diseases despite the US having similar cultural and socioeconomic…

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    The authors root for intense sex education among teens as well as the use of contraceptives. Marsiglio and Mott argue that the only way to safe sex is to provide teens with knowledge and the required protective measures. They disapprove measures that promote abstinence by terming them as “unrealistic”. According to them, most teens are pre-exposed to sex through peers and the media. They conclude that the failure to educate the teens in such a highly polarized environment can be highest level of…

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    In the United States more than half of all pregnancies are unintended. Unintended pregnancy is when it is either untimed or unwanted. If a woman wanted to become pregnant in the future but not at the moment she became pregnant it’s untimed but if she didn’t want to become pregnant at any time in the near future or at the time it is unwanted. According to the National Survey of Family Growth of 2006-2008, 29% of pregnancies were untimed, 19% were unwanted and of these 43% ended in abortion. (Moss…

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    Sexual Victimization

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    The legislation has provided rights for domestic and sexual violence, treatment, and criminal consequences to violence against the victim. The increase in criminal sexual activity had an effect legislation to stop the upward trend of sexual offenders. Richards and Marcum, 2014, p.26 stated, “these laws include sex offender registration and notification, and in many states, they include residency restrictions and civil commitment statutes as well.” Offenders were targeted and “it could be…

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    Results are mixed, with some investigators arguing for clear and consistent effects of exposure to pornography and subsequent sexually aggressive attitudes and behaviours, while others describe null or inconclusive findings. With specific relevance to young people, there is the additional concern of negative effects on facets of sexual development, such as sexual callousness, for those who are exposed to pornography. The majority of pornography studies have been conducted with adults.3–5 this is…

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    The Pros And Cons Of Abortion

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    The physical side effects of abortion will vary from woman to woman. There are many side effects and risks that you should be aware of and should talk to your doctor who will be preforming the operation. Serious complications can occur in first timers such as: heavy bleeding, infection, damage to the cervix, scaring to the uterine line, damage to other organs, and in worse cases, death. Other physical side effects after an abortion include nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. You have to be aware…

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    non-useful for victims. States like Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Kentucky, Missouri, and North Carolina, Ohio And etc. did not meet the requirement and received a letter grade of “F”. There have been many cases that the victim has been killed because of dating violence. Why might this be? Because of…

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    Ethics: Sexual Morality

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    William R Madden Ethics: Sexual Morality 1. Introduction A. The past sixty to seventy years have had changes in the way our society views sexuality. Prior to the 1960's, tradition based attitudes towards sexual behavior were prevalent. In the present, individuals have much more freedom to practice sexual acts without some of the older restrictions. Some agree with these changes while others do not. The shift has had one negative effect that can be agreed on, and that is the transmission…

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    body is mainly muscle with very little or no fat. She 's a cross fit participant. When she taught the food balance unit there was a great influence over what kids should eat and shouldn 't eat. But let’s say that she’s never been in an abusive relationship. She will put little importance into that subject. The Glenco Health book only has five pages over the topic of violence in relationships (Merki and Bronson). The five pages will merely take two days to do and go over them. You write the…

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