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Should abortion be illegal?

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1. Introduction. P- 3 2. What is Abortion? P- 4/5 3. How are Abortion carried out? P- 6/7 4. Should Abortion be illegal? P- 8/9 5. Should Abortion be legal? P- 10/11 6. Conclusion. P- 12 7. Bibliography. P- 13 This Case Study is telling you what a legal and illegal abortion is, how a woman can get an abortion and abortion under 16 year old women. It tells you how abortion is carried out. There will be explained about what will happen after an abortion and explain exactly what will happen in an abortion. It says why abortion should be illegal. There will be discussed a view points and explained why abortion should be illegal. There will be shown some graphs and tell how much people died in America and Africa in all these years from 1973. It will say why an abortion should be legal. There will be discussed about a view points and it tells you what happened and explains you how many people says that abortion should be legal in different ways. Or that a woman is not only a fetus but it is a person that deserves to have her own decision. It explains that the government cannot make a decision for her and her family can help her more then the government. It says if abortion should be illegal and legal and tell how many people chose for what decision. It will end by making a Conclusion and make a Bibliography to tell you what there is used to make this Case Study. Abortion is the termination of a pregnancy after conception. It allows women to put an end to their pregnancies, but involves killing the undeveloped embryo or fetus. For this reason, it is a very controversial subject in American politics. Supporters of abortion rights argue that the embryo or fetus is not a person, or at least that the government has no right to ban abortion unless it can prove that an embryo or fetus is a person. ...read more.


The woman will need to see a doctor about one to six weeks after the abortion. It's possible to become pregnant again the first time that you have sex after an abortion, so it's a good idea to get contraception sorted out straight away. This is reliable because the woman needs the woman needs to check if she is pregnant after her abortion. It is reliable to now what happened to the woman's body because she needs to make sure that all is well. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abortion - 223k - This is about a Dilation and Evacuation Abortion. It shows how you do an abortion with a diagram. It explains people were the body parts like the Uterus or the Placenta are and how you do an abortion in different sources. This is reliable because people need to now how the doctors do an abortion. before you argue about it. The woman gets hurt and a child dies for no reason. It's so painful for the baby because it's grasped out with a grasping clamp. http://images.google.co.uk/images?q=fetus&um=1&hl=en&safe=active& sa=2 Is creating abortion an illegal rule necessary or unnecessary? Lot's of women who support abortion said;" Seventy-seven percent of anti-abortion leaders is men. "But why do women have abortion?". The result shows, 74% women said having baby will interfere with their employment and education. 73% of women can not afford another child and 48% of women refused to be single parent. These are the important reasons why women wish rights for abortion; they likes to continue the life they have to make their own choices. This is reliable because people need to now why women have abortion. You can see some women who say that it's a waste of their time or don't want to be a single parent to look after the baby in the future. You cannot kill a human only because you don't want to waste your time to educate them. ...read more.


This is reliable because you can see people in the whole world about their choices about abortion should be illegal or legal and make your own choice about it. Abortion should never be legal 9% Abortion should be legal only when the life of the mother is in danger 13% Abortion should be legal only when the life of the mother is in danger or in cases of rape and incest 21% Abortion should be legal only when the life or physical health of the mother is in danger, or in cases of rape, incest, or fetal deformity 25% Abortion should be legal for any reason during the first three months of pregnancy 21% Abortion should be legal for any reason during the first six months of pregnancy 2% Abortion should be legal for any reason at any time during pregnancy 8% Don't know or refused to answer 1% <--<--<-- These are Aborted Fetuses There's explained you what abortion is. There's explained you what a legal abortion is. It also explained you what a woman can do abortion if she is under 16 years old. It has told you how an abortion is carried out and what will happen after an abortion and what happens in an abortion. It explained to you about different sorts of abortions. It told you about: Why abortion should be illegal? It explained to you why the government has to stop these people killing their own baby's. It told you how much people in America and Africa died from 1973 to for now. It told you about: Why should abortion be legal? It explained to you why people have to make their own decisions and the government doesn't have to make that sort of decisions. It showed you a graph about people who chose different ways in percentages about abortion. Here are the sites that I've used for my Case Study: http://www.mrdata.net/books/9reasons.htm http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/africa/4724440.stm www.progressiveu.org/044147-should-abortion-be-made-illegal-yes - 118k - http://www.pregnantpause.org/numbers/pollwhen.htm�0 ` http://images.google.co.uk/images?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&q=abortion http://images.google.co.uk/images?q=fetus&um=1&hl=en&safe=active&sa=2 http://civilliberty.about.com/od/abortion/f/abortion_legal.htm http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/health_advice/facts/abortion.htm en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abortion - 223k - ...read more.

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