preg - Second Part 1. Introduce yourself – your major,...

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Second Part 1. Introduce yourself – your major, where you’re from. 2. Find some element of the reading that you want to explore further. 3. Find at least 2 outside scholarly sources that discuss this element or issue. The school library is a good place to start. No internet sources. 4. Discuss what you found in your research. 5. Finally, talk about how this relates to the theme of this course. The written version of your talk should be 2-4 pages long, typed, double-spaced, with a font size of either 10 or 12, with margins no larger than 1.25in and no smaller than 1inch. You should have complete references for your sources (if you did the second part). Poor spelling, grammar, or typos will lower your grade. You should be in front of the class for about 10 minutes. Ann Furedi Unplanned Pregnancies It is also very difficult to determine what pregnancies are planned and unplanned the line between them isn’t very clear. Although it is impossible to caluate the precise amount of pregnancies each year are
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2009 for the course ARH 102 taught by Professor Leslie during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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