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Social Justice Issue: Teen Pregnancy
Transcript of Social Justice Issue: Teen Pregnancy
Teenagers are essentially still maturing themselves.
Religious interference regarding the option of abortion.
Not very many programs in supporting teen mothers completing their education. a) different forms of support
b) initial intentions Affecting Society Does in fact affect society at large.
2004: Cost of teen pregnancy on the US public funding system was $9.1 billion.
Billions of taxpayers' hard-earned money given to, 80% of the time, irresponsible teenagers.
Neglected&suffering: Taxpayers and teen parents Where? When? How? Seeing Things From Two Sides: The Pros and Cons PRO: CON: Physical pain and emotional turmoil
Loss in education
Other forms of support
Financial demand from raising a child Educated Point of View - dedicated to the benefits and rights children deserve in hopes that they pass down to future generations the principle of resonsible behavior - reduce teenage and unintended pregnancy and absentee fatherhood *) Local Orgnaizations of Support The Catholic Church As the Bible says, "she who is self-indulgent is dead even while she lives" (1 Tim. 5:6). In layman's terms, if they do not approve of premarital sex, teen pregnancy is obviously also an sin. Current Event After a long decline, the teenage pregnancy rate has begun to rise yet again. According to The New York Times, teen pregnancy had increased by 3% from 2005-2006. Recommendation by Gisela Meier. Bibliography Clemmitt, M. (2005, June 24). Birth-control debate. CQ Researcher, 15, 565-588. Retrieved from http://library.cqpress.com/cqresearcher/ LEWIN, TAMAR. "After Long Decline, Teenage Pregnancy Rate Rises." New York Times (2010): A14. Web. 05 Feb 2011. <http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/27/us/27teen.html>. Clemmitt, M. (2010, March 26). Teen pregnancy. CQ Researcher, 20, 265-288. Retrieved from http://library.cqpress.com/cqresearcher/ Clark, C. S. (1991, July 5). Teenagers and abortion. CQ Researcher, 1, 441-464. Retrieved from http://library.cqpress.com/cqresearcher/ Glazer, S. (1993, May 15). Preventing teen pregnancy. CQ Researcher, 3, 409-432. Retrieved from http://library.cqpress.com/cqresearcher/ The New American Bible: Washington, DC: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, 2002. Mack, Stan, and Ida Spruce. Kids Still Having Kids: Talk About Teen Pregnancy. Rev. ed. 1. Danbury, Conn.: Franklin Watts, 1999. 1-159. Print. Thank You For Watching By Arielle Fernandez that's what you get for leaving yourself logged in in the library