Annotated Bibliography: Planned Parenthood

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Annotated Bibliography: Planned Parenthood Bassett, L., and A. Terkel. House democrats walk out of one sided hearing on contaception calling it an autocratic regime. N.p., 2012. Web. 26 Mar 2012. <http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/02/16/contraception-hearing-house-democrats-walk-out_n_1281730.html?ref=politics>. This post explains how during a court hearing three representatives walked out, they felt that the hearing was not fair, as it was for birth control but the panel was mainly made up of conservative males. The population that wants to have this changed is mainly liberal females. This leads into church and state issues as well as the conservative church aspect that many females choose to ignore because of all the health benefits…show more content…
It is a very thorough document that contains a lot of different information including, risks, percentages, how to use it, how to get it, and if it protects from STI’s. In my argument, it will be useful to have a clear understanding of the different types of birth control, and what they are capable of. "Contraceptives and HIV." FHI 360. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Mar 2012. <http://www.fhi360.org/en/RH/FAQs/contraHIV_faq.htm>. This article contains valuable information on HIV and birth control. It distinguishes between “barrier” and “Non-barrier” methods, and the benefits and the down sides to each as they relate to HIV. It also takes into consideration family planning and HIV. This article takes into account some of the other benefits that some methods of birth control have. This website also provides other information regarding birth control and methods. They are similar to the ones from the FDA. This source needs to be used to enter a new angle to the argument. Manjunath, G.N., Meghana Bammi, and G Venkatesh. "Ebscohost." The future of women’s contraception: stakes and modalities. N.p., 02 02 2011. Web. 26 Mar…show more content…
Society has strict views on birth control and this is one of the lesser-known forms of it. For males, condoms are well know, while vasectomies are dreaded. This source brings a fresh perspective on the male form of birth control. Mosher, W. D.. "Use of Contraception in the United States: 1982–2008." cdc.gov. CDC National Center for Health Statistics, 2010. Web. 26 Mar 2012. <http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/series/sr_23/sr23_029.pdf>. This article studies the wide use of contraceptives in the United States. It contains statistics for percentages of women that use birth control, as well as the percentage of each contraceptive that is used. The data collected was from a national sample with various different factors taken into account. It contains the results in various ways, in tables, and in the text. This information is reliable because it comes from Centers of Disease Control and Prevention. The government is responsible for CDC, this source is essential to the paper because it has the statistics for the nation along with averages for the uncommon types of birth

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