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  • Safetrak Persuasive Speech

    SafeTrak is a secret GPS parents can use to track every movement of their teen drivers car, but do parents really want to break trust with their kids? I believe that parents should not invade their teens privacy and track their kids, because it shows children their parents don’t believe in them, trust them and won’t let them learn from their mistakes. Parents of teen drivers might say SafeTrak gives them peace of mind, but it shows teens their parents don’t believe in what they do. Ms.Skenazy,…

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  • Cartoons Analysis

    Cartoon (A) Cartoon (B) HANDS OFF!! 99.3%!!! No, it is not a grade of a student, it is the percentage of sexual harassment in Egypt! Sexual harassment has been a serious problem for a long time and its percentage has been rising. Therefore, media is supposed to raise people’s awareness and put them in the right path. One type of media which is cartoons or caricatures is supposed to make fun of a serious problem by using sarcastic…

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  • Symbolism In Toni Cade Bambara's The Lesson

    Bambara does not explain what kind of neighborhood this is but the reader is able to get an image of it through the language. "And the starch in my pinafore scratching the shit outta me and I'm really hating this nappy-headed bitch and her goddamn college degree" (Bambara 136). This sentence gives the image that this is a poor, low class neighborhood. The reader is able to identify that this is not a high-class place, but one possibly in the slums. The language is symbolic because it represents…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Teenage Pregnancy

    Teenage Pregnancy Teenage pregnancy? Maybe some of us don't know about it, but most of us of course are one hundred percent sure about it. In the first place, what is teenage pregnancy or also known as adolescent pregnancy? Teenage pregnancy is about the teenager who are pregnant at a young age, some maybe fourteen, fifteen, and sixteen years of old. But most of the teenagers are getting pregnant at the age of twelve or thirteen. In short, teenage pregnancy occurs at the age of twenty…

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  • Summary: The Importance Of Unprotected Sex In High Schools

    Although there has been significant progress over the last few years in the United States regarding the rate of teenage pregnancy, it is still a huge ongoing problem that needs to be resolved. Unprotected sex frequently leads to serious health concerns and consequences because schools are not educating young people, who are most affected by this issue. To resolve this on-going issue of risky sexual behaviors, programs are being implemented in high schools to provide students with information…

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  • Birth Control In Schools Essay

    promoting safe sexual behaviors has gone up. In the U.S, teen birth rates have reached greater heights than almost every other developing country and sexually transmitted infections can spread rapidly from one person to another. In 2012, the United States had 29.4 live births per every 1,000 women in the 15-19 year old age group (“About Teen Pregnancy”). While this number has gone down from 2006, in which the U.S had 41.9 live births per every 1,000 teenagers, it is still much higher than other…

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  • Teen Pregnancy: Public Health Problem

    Public Health Problem Teen Pregnancy is a problem that is completely preventable. It seems as if teen pregnancy has become a hot topic over the recent years, however this concern has been around for centuries. Teen pregnancy can be traced to the Puritans, traditionally if a young female was considered ready she would be made a wife, and then a mother (Adolescent Pregnancy in America). In the United States from the 1950’s to the 1970’s teenage pregnancy rates increased about 47% however, more…

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  • The Benefits Of Abstinence-Only Education

    ‘Abstinence is key’ everybody claims, but not when it comes to educating our youth about safe sexual behavior. Many schools are beginning to introduce abstinence only education programs to their curriculum with the mentality that this will prevent high school students from engaging in sexual activity. This impractical method of prevention will not only hurt those being, or not being educated, it will also hinder our society. Abstinence-only education programs, many critics argue, use fear…

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  • The Consequences Of Teen Pregnancy

    teen pregnancy is still an issue in America. I fully support having birth control pills over the counter because the pill is safe, can decrease the teen pregnancy rate and…

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  • Fertility In Developing Countries

    and low within several regions around the world. Countries such as Niger, Mali, Somalia, Uganda etc, now all have on average have six kids per family. Compared to nations such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea and Egypt; where the average birth rate is as low as one child per family. Global impacts, varying from increased poverty level, overcrowded homes and cities are now worse than ever before.. This has also, affected health systems, education systems, the economy and many…

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