Peer Review - 1. What is the writer's claim? I believe that...

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1. What is the writer's claim? I believe that the claim being presented is that the writer believes that teens should be allowed to get birth control. 2. What three reasons does the writer give in support of her/his claim? The 3 reasons I see that they writer gives in support that teens should get birth control is: 1: It lowers the rate of unwanted teen pregnancy, 2: It lowers the teen abortion rate, 3: It is a means to prevent an STD or STI. 3. Evaluate the effectiveness of the writer's reasons. Which reasons are believable and which are not believable? Why? The writer has given sources for reasons 2 and 3 and given numbered evidence to support those reasons. For reason one I agree that in my opinion birth control lowers unwanted teen pregnancy but to some they may not agree. So the writer may want to add some hard evidence in there to support that. 4. Does the writer use credible (believable) sources? Which source or sources are the most valuable to (supportive of) the writer's claim and reasons? Why?
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2012 for the course INFORMATIO ENG 110; C taught by Professor Genedseminars during the Fall '11 term at ECPI College of Technology.

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