Research Agenda: I strive to investigate the history and purpose of the ever-lasting debate that is Abortion. I plan on viewing both sides of the argument, “Pro-Choice” and “Pro-Life,” and discovering the reasoning, advantages and disadvantages that both parties have to offer. I wish to explore the minds of openly honest people who view this argument and envision their train of thought behind what they believe.
"Abortion." Encyclopedia of U.S. Political History. Ed. Andrew W. Robertson. Washington, DC: CQ Press.,
2010. 2054-57. SAGE knowledge. Web. 24 Mar. 2014.
This article talks about the court case that first caused this whole controversy and all the years before that lead up to this point in time. I plan to learn all about the movement of Abortion and the reasoning that people give to support their claim over this disputed debate. I intend to use this source as a background to support my views on Abortion. I’m going to use “Definition” to explain the history of my topic and how it was viewed then and now.
Kimmel, Leigh. “Anti-Abortion/Pro-Life.” Encyclopedia of Politics: The Left and the Right: Volume 1: The
Left and Volume 2: The Right. Ed. Rodney P. Carlisle, Ph.D. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE
Publications, Inc., 2005. 518-22. SAGE knowledge. Web. 7 Mar. 2014.
This article strongly expresses their views against Abortion and all the advantages of keeping the baby and all the disadvantages of discarding the baby. This is the side of Abortion that I most closely associate with. I would like to see if people provide the same logic as I when it comes to Abortion. I will be using “Analogy” to compare both sides of the argument. This method will help me support both views and learn their rationalization.
Logsdon-Conradsen, Susan. "Pregnancy." Encyclopedia of Women in Today's World. Ed. Mary Zeiss
Stange, Carol K. Oyster, and Jane E. Sloan. 1st ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc.,
2011. 1139-44. SAGE...