6 edition of Abortion Bibliography for 1986 (Abortion and Family Planning Bibliography) found in the catalog.
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Standish, Dominic, , ‘From Abortion on Demand to its Criminalization: the Case of Poland in the s’, in Lee, Ellie (ed.), Abortion Law and Politics Today, Basingstoke: Macmillan Press, pp. Ranging from the beginning of the nineteenth century to the s, this book focuses on the evolution of the law and medical practice of abortion in England. Little academic attention has hitherto been given to the development and scope of abortion law in England, the formative influence of the medical profession, and the impact of the law on Author: John Keown.
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Websites: Source 1 Work Cited Anderson, Kerby. “Arguments Against Abortion.” U Leadership. 5 August 17 May 1 ‘Bibliography – an Apologia’, in Collected Papers, ed. J. C. Maxwell (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ), p. ; published originally in The Library, 4th series, 13 (), – 2 Ross Atkinson, ‘An Application of Semiotics to the Deﬁnition of Bibliography’, Studies in Bibliography33 (), 54– 9 1 The book as an expressive form t t t My purpose in these lectures – one.
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Get this from a library. Abortion: bibliography-in-brief, [Marsha K Cerny; Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service.].
Annotated Bibliography: Book: Baird, Robert M. and Rosenbaum, Stuart E. The Ethics of Abortion: Pro-Life Vs. Pro-Choice, Prometheus Books. This book helped us determine the differences between pro-life and pro-choice and showed us the morals which each group stands by.
Secondary Source. Anti-Abortion Books Any books that are against abortion, fiction or non-fiction, can go on the list.
Also books supporting adoption or parenting in the face of unplanned pregnancy or fiction stories of women who chose life for their babies, can also go on the list.
For the most complete bibliography on research relative to abortion complications, please visit Bibliography of Abortion Complications and Abortion Risks. The Ethics of Abortion: Pro-life vs.
Pro-choice. Buffalo, New York: Prometheus Books, This anthology is a collection of articles by authors on different sides of the issues.
Bajema, Clifford E. Abortion and the Meaning of Personhood. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House, Prabhpal Singh has recently defended a relational account of the difference in moral status between fetuses and newborns as a way of explaining why abortion is permissible and infanticide is not.
He claims that only a newborn can stand in a parent–child relation, not a fetus, and this relation has a moral dimension that bestows moral value. In-text: (Unsafe abortion incidence and mortality, ) Your Bibliography: Unsafe Abortion Incidence And Mortality.
World Health Organization. [online] Switzerland: Department of Reproductive Health and Research World Health Organization, pp "History of Abortion." National Abortion Federation.
National Abortion Federation, Web. 8 Oct. In summary of "History of Abortion," this article was all about where abortion was and where it is now. Abortions have been practiced for thousands of years. In the United States, they became illegal aroundduring the "quickening".
The term spontaneous abortion, or miscarriage, is used to signify delivery of a nonviable embryo or fetus due to fetal or maternal factors, as opposed to purposely induced abortion.
Therapeutic abortion is an induced abortion performed to preserve the health or life of the mother. Whether you’re pro-life or pro-choice, you probably agree on one thing: abortion hurts women, both mentally and physically.
Unfortunately, both sides are guilty of ignoring the individual in favor of the higher moral ground. This book is designed to help people heal from their abortions. Detrimental Effects of Abortion: An Annotated Bibliography with Commentary 3rd Edition.
by Thomas W. Strahan (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
Author: Thomas W. Strahan. Get this from a library. Psychological and medical aspects of induced abortion: a selective, annotated bibliography, [Eugenia B Winter] -- Listing of "five hundred titles that are either classics in the field or representational of the kinds of writing being published on the subjects of interest." Also includes some audiovisuals.
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Don't use plagiarized sources. Get Your Custom Essay on Annotated Bibliography-Abortion Just. These practices have generated intense moral, ethical, po-litical and legal debates since abortion is not merely a medico-technical issue but "the fulcrum of a much broader ideological struggle in which the very meanings of the family, the state, motherhood and young women's sexuality are con tested" [Petchesky R P, “In my view, the pro-life movement at this point should focus on seeking to reduce the number of abortions.
At times it will require political education and legal fights, at times it will require education and the establishment of alternatives to abortion, such as adoption centers. For approximately three decades, the abortion debate has polarized America.
Views range from the extreme conservative position that all abortions are morally objectionable to the extreme liberal position that abortion throughout all nine months of pregnancy is acceptable.
In the middle are those who advocate laws limiting the number of valid reasons for abortion. This bibliography will explore the unique concerns of minorities in the abortion debate that are often overlooked and undervalued.
This bibliography will address many issues however, the aim is that the bibliography will at least serve to continue the dialogue on abortion that will and has to exist in a civilized American society.
Select Bibliography on Abortion This is a select bibliography on “abortion”. All publications listed below are availableat ARROW’s Information and Documentation Centre (IDC). The IDC staff can locate the publication/s for reference within the premises.
Wherever electronic copies of materials are. Levin, Michael. Book review: Life in the Balance: Exploring the Abortion Controversy. By Robert N. Wennberg. University of Minnesota Law by: 1. Tietze, C., Henshaw, S.
K., Warwick, D. P., & Hartmann, B. Induced abortion: a world review 6th ed. This book contains detailed information about induced abortion. It is biased in that the writers are trying to show policy makers on significance of induced abortion.
Pro-Life Citations/Conclusion (Derek): Word Count: Alcorn, Randy. Pro Life Answers to Pro Choice Arguments.Multnomah Books. Reardon, C. D. Abortion Risks and Complications. The website also offers a citation quick guide that has many examples.
The 17th edition is the most recent, published in The 17th edition is the most recent, published in Chicago Style guide at Purdue OWLAuthor: Chris Smith.
Originally published inAbortion and the Private Practice of Medicine was the first book to look at abortion from the perspective of physicians in private practice.
Jonathan B. Imber spent two years observing and interviewing all twenty-six of the obstetrician-gynecologists in “Daleton,” a city that did not have an abortion by: