Abortion is a controversial topic in society, and as such, has not been thoroughly explored from different theoretical perspectives. Through the research methods survey we would like to identify abortion decisions under varied conditions, deciding whether to terminate a life-threatening pregnancy in different circumstances. We would like to understand what people from different countries, religions and cast feel about abortion. We would like to revisit the sensitive topic and study the prospects of abortion in the 19th Century and if in the current modern generation have a different take on abortion.
Defense of the choice of Article
“Analyze critically a segment of a published body of knowledge through summary, classification, and comparison of prior research studies, reviews of literature” (WIS 2012). “I am neither catholic nor Irish” was the last few words of Savita Halappanavar died on October 28, three days after she was admitted to the university hospital, Galaway, for treatment of a messy 17-week pregnancy that had left her in agony. But the doctors repeatedly rejected her pleas for an abortion, citing Ireland's orthodox ban, leading to a worsening of her condition even when it was clear that the baby could not be saved. Savita died of septicemia; (Times of India, 2012) we have moved ahead in life with technology, researches, education, etc. but was it right what Savita and her family had to go through? It is about time we find out what are the prospectives of people from the 20th century and 19th century on abortion.
The articles identified are meant to help us understand some issues; for instance, it is essential to explain what is exactly meant by Abortion, politics and Motherhood. It will be easier to understand these three important components, which will help us, understand the past and present situation of Abortion through the article Abortion and Politics of Motherhood (Luker, 1985). The article...