The expulsion of a fetus from the uterus before it has reached the form of viability, in human beings usually about the 20th workweek of gestation, is called abortion. Our topic on abortion was chosen because it is a arguable topic on human rights often debated in society. spontaneous abortion can be induced for medical reasons or because of an elective course decision to end the pregnancy.
Throughout our Internet research, we discovered nine contrary methods for performing abortions; also found were photographs of aborted babies and a video of spirited abortions. We interviewed friends and family to obtain different views and opinions, and discover the pros and cons of abortion. We also interviewed Dr. Randy Robinson, who provided us with the instruments visual aid. Research was also conducted through access to the Sara full(prenominal) Tower library. We acquired two books entitled, Roe vs. Wade: The miscarriage dubiety by D.J. Hurda and Problems with Death by David L. Binder. These books allowed us to educate ourselves with the public debate of abortion and supplied us with information for our exhibit.
We chose the presentation of an exhibit because it allowed us to express our topic in a creative, thorough modal value using visual aid. Our three main focuses include: the history, methods, and pros and cons of abortion. Abortion has existed in the human race for millennia.
Ancient kindreds would sometimes be forced to move quickly, and pregnant women could slow the entire tribe down. Abuse of the womans abdomen, and later abuse through excessive horseback riding, could cause the baby to be born prematurely. This baby was thusly either killed or left to die. Unfortunately, the mother also often died during the birthing. Today abortion is much safer for the mother, but just as deadly to the child. The methods of abortion include:...
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