f2013wrc0103final.pdf - 0103 Final Exam Readings 1 Final Examination Readings WRC 0103 Fall 2013 Please write your name on the packet of readings you

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0103 Final Exam Readings 1 Final Examination Readings WRC 0103 Fall 2013 Please write your name on the packet of readings you have downloaded from The Writing Program website. o Bring this packet to the final exam. o You may underline, highlight, and annotate the readings. o You may not bring thesis statements, outlines, prewriting, or drafts in any form to the exam. As you read, be aware that you will be writing a persuasive essay for your final. You may bring a Standard English dictionary, in print form, not electronic form, to the final. No translation dictionaries or translators will be allowed. Be sure to bring this Works Cited page to the final. No class time will be allotted for discussion of the readings o You may, if you wish, discuss the readings outside of class with your classmates. o You may not discuss them with your instructor. If you haven’t done so already, turn in 2 blank blue books to your instructor. o You will write your final essay in these blue books. o Your instructor will return them to you on the day of the final. Remember to write on only one side of each page. Write “Final Draft” on the cover of the blue book(s) you want your instructor to read and evaluate. After completing the final essay, turn in to your instructor o the reading packet o used blue books o the prompt Your final exam will be in the same room as your semester class has been held. Be sure to confirm the day and time of your final. You can o Check your syllabus o Check postings around campus o Check ASAP o Ask your instructor o Check outside The Writing Program office, NPB o Check on The Writing Program website:
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0103 Final Exam Readings 2 Reproductive Technology Encyclopedia of Contemporary American Social Issues Ed. Michael Shally-Jensen. Vol. 4: Environment, Science, and Technology . Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2011. p1602-1607. COPYRIGHT 2011 ABC-CLIO, LLC Anne Kingsley In 1978 Louise Brown became the first “test tube” baby to be born using in vitro fertilization (IVF). Her birth marked the advent of a rapidly advancing reproductive science, and it also became a testament to a changing concept of creation. Her birth was not only a moment of celebration but also one of controversy. For some, IVF opposed traditional or religious beliefs about family and reproduction. Conception took place outside the body and outside the family and was altered through medical intervention. Many of the practices used in IVF and other assisted reproduction technologies (ART) challenged what was commonly thought of as the standard or normal family: one mother, one father, and children. A process such as egg or sperm donation, both of which take a third-party donor to create a fertilized embryo that will then be introduced into the female body using IVF, was therefore seen as counter to traditional family ideology and practice.
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