1.Abortion is a hot topic these days. We hear about it on television and on
the radio. Should we, even take a stance on this issue when we have no idea
what is involved in each person's case? Abortion is a very sensitive issue
because there are many reasons for having an abortion. And a lot of the time
it is not just because a lady [¶17f] does not want to have her baby, it could be
due to the lady having been raped, or sometimes a lady can't [¶17e] support a baby.
Sometimes it is because the condoms or birth control did not fully protect
them, either way I do not think it should be used unless the women is in an
exceptional position to be in. [Narrow topic. Choose one issue on the abortion debate. E.g. abortion is only permissible in situations of rape or incest]
2.[Use transition to connect these ideas to your thesis. Write from an outline. Think through the arguments both for and against your position. Articulate a defense to these ideas. This paragraph seems to focus on the moral argument. Document your claims.] The position I am referring to is if a woman is endangered of dying if she has the baby. There are no other reasons women should be able to have abortion! I think [¶17e] that the lady should have the baby and then put it up for adoption, but then there are also a lot of other people that think that the child will suffer psychologically, because in a lot of cases the child will never get to meet their biological parents. Even if the baby doesn't meet their parents they will not suffer as badly as it would if it were brutally
slaughtered in the womb, [this brings up a biological issue: abortion is killing a human life. You must address this somewhere in you essay....
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...ight; so could paragraph 5. In all cases you can do much more to defend the claims you make.
Discuss defense of claims made in the paper. Is the author using sources to defend claims? What sources? How convincing are they? What other information might the author use? Has the author remembered to acknowledge the opposition? To repeat myself: the sources are insufficient. Look for: magazines, journal articles, and scholarly books. Run subject searches on InfoTrac.
"Consider This." Other Ways to Get Rid of the Kid 1 of 2 (2000): 11 Nov.
Rape Victims. "After Abortion" Other Ways to Get Rid of the Kid (2000): 11
Nov. 2000 http://www.afterabortion.org/News/Victims.html
"New Strategy" Other Ways to Get Rid of the Kid (2000): 12 Nov. 2000
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