Abortion Annotated Bibliography
According to an article on www.customwritten.com a good resource must be a primary source, which means it is a first hand research experience. Listed below are websites that comes from first hand experience about our specific topic on Abortion. A government or organization website, and or a peer reviewed source from an academic journal. A University sponsored web site is another good resource. The author of the source must have actual reputable credentials. The relevance of a good source is that it helps to produce a product that is distinguished by its specific information content.
Adult Education. (2006). Abortion: Topic Overview. Retrieved November 8, 2008 from http://women.webmd.com/tc/abortion-topic-overview
A really good resource I have found on the topic abortion is www.webmd.com. This site collaborates with different doctors around the country and pool resources about the knowledge on different health questions concerning topics like abortion. On this specific topic, I was able to find charts, methods and definitions. This site is updated frequently so if there are any changes in medicine wedmd.com will have it. Different point of views can be found on this site but you will not close the page with out an answer. I even have seen that some states like South Dakota that now band abortion for example, and this site really describes and explains in detail abortion. Elam Elans, L.D., Strauss, L.T., Herndon, J., (2000). Abortion Surveillance—United States 2000. Retrieved November 8, 2008 from http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/ss5212a1.htm
On this website, the government researched and began in the year 1969 to identify the characteristic of women who receive abortions. This research continued and compared to the present time which was in 2000 at that time. Obviously, abortions have increased and trying to find a way to begin to decrease abortion. Since, there are so many negative views on abortion in the...
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