Reproductive RightsBook - 2009
In titles that offer all of the statutes, legal opinions, and studies needed to structure a cohesive argument on a given controversial topic, issues are presented from multiple points of view, sidebars cite laws and opinions to aid in critical analysis, and paratextual questions encourage reader engagement.
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From abortion protests to fights about appropriate sex education in schools to debates over the "morning-after" pill, questions surrounding reproductive rights are ever present in today's world. With views that vary widely on all topics, observers are often left with conflicting messages about how society should approach these issues. Should pharmacists have the right to deny women access to birth control because it violates their consciences and personal beliefs? Should schools be allowed to teach about masturbation and appropriate condom usage? What are parents' roles in regulating their children's sexual activities? Reproductive Rights examines these timely issues, and many more, from multiple points of view.
Presents both supporting and opposing arguments involving reproductive rights in the United States, including access to contraceptives, abortion rights, and sex education.