SO115_Abortion

SO115_Abortion - Reflection Paper Due July 31st SO115 Women...

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Reflection Paper Due July 31st SO115 Women in Society . The "Birth" of Abortion in America Abortion is a controversial issue which remains in many societies as a key to solve problems or a way to escape from the realities of life. Women who have been raped and impregnated consider abortion a necessity to reduce the effect of the rape incidents on their personal lives and to prevent bringing a. On the other hand, abortion has also been "abused" by many who see abortion as a way to escape from casual personal reasons like the expenses of childbearing or conflicts between a father and a mother . The American society began accepting abortion between the 1950's and the 1960's . Since literary works serve as an indicator of a society's movements, Peter LaBarbera argues in Family Voice (issue-Jan/Feb2003) that books and novels which have reflected social problems have affected people's mindsets to accept abortion especially in cases where a woman is raped by a father or a stepfather. "One important
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course SO 115 taught by Professor Dr.gennert during the Fall '07 term at New Haven.

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SO115_Abortion - Reflection Paper Due July 31st SO115 Women...

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