Pros and Cons of Instituting Legal Sanctions This paper will explore the different reasons and options surrounding the pros and cons of instituting legal sanctions against mothers who abuse alcohol and use illegal drugs during pregnancy. In society today it is debatable whether or not a woman has the right to choose what happens to her body during pregnancy. If a woman is using drugs while pregnant should the law be able to step in and tell her how to take care of her body? This paper will provide: information explaining the effects that substance abuse has on pregnant women, provide a view of both sides of a woman’s right to choose as well as provide an overview of laws and organizations that work to prevent fetal abuse. Women Right to Choose Who’s right is it to choose whether or not a child is aborted?
Anyway, Ashley Judd`s reliance upon reasonable evidence is most persuasive as the base for claim of fact that she didn’t had a plastic surgery at all and claim of value that people should not judged woman body all the time because it would reduce our personhood, voices, potential and accomplishments, sufficiently backing the our bodies that become a source of speculation, ridicule and invalidation. Judd used many rhetorical strategies in her article such as assumptions and personal anecdote, inductive reasoning, connotation, euphemism and pathos argument of her backing to support her statements in her essay, which I think her argument was very intensity and feasible. Her argument work successfully, at least I start to believe some social media did report the unfair, not reality news. Assumptions she has are reporters misjudge her appearance and the patriarchy is not men. Her argument based on these assumptions.
Atwood presents the female characters as being both oppressed and dehumanised through how their freedom being stripped from them. An example of this is how they are no longer allowed to smoke cigarettes due to the potential harm it can cause their pregnancy. Woman are protected in Gilead however this also means that they must submit to the state-sanctioned rape by their specific commanders. In chapter five Aunt Lydia states that “There is more than one kind of freedom… Freedom to and freedom from.” The freedom to that she is referring to is the ability to make a decision, an example of this is evident through how Offred is given a chance to escape by the doctor, however she immediately questions herself by thinking “why am I frightened?” This implies that she is so accustomed to being oppressed she is almost scared to take the chance of freedom that is being handed to her. This portrays a sense of dehumanisation in terms of female characters as freedom is regarded as a basic human right.
How does Margaret Atwood depict the importance of pregnancy in the Gileadean society and how it affects the women? Within the innocence of chapter 1, we perceive the Gildeadean Society as a society built around religion, yet progressing further into the book we find that the entire structure of Gilead is built around one thing, reproduction. Apparent dropping birth-rates is what has forced Gilead into a state of control over the population and in particular, women and their bodies. By stripping the women of their various rights, the authorities of Gilead can subject them to the pure use of reproduction, controlling them so as to have control over their bodies. Handmaids are fertile women whose social function is to bear children for the Wives.
She also claims that the antiabortionists are fighting against the rights of women and the ability of free choice. McElroy’s argument for abortion wasn’t convincing and most of the claims presented needed more support. I believe that abortion should be illegal unless in some special cases such as rape and situations where the mother’s health can be affect by the pregnancy. The main issue of abortion is the fetus’ life. It all comes down to when it become a human.
INTRODUCTION This assignment has been chose due to the personal experience that I can relate with. The aim of this assignment is to critique a chosen piece of journal research to analyse the accuracy and validity using a critical framework as guidelines. The article to be critiqued is located in the Journal of National Council on Family Relations (1992) which evaluates the valuing of altruism (Johnson, Haigh and Yates-Bolton (2007). The research is about of whether or not maternal employment has impact on maternal behaviour and has impact on mother-infant relationship and to investigate the mother anxiety about separation of the infant at early stage (Hock et al 1989). The research of this topic has recently become popular due to the rise of working mothers over a past decade.
Writer, Christine Rosen, in her article "The Myth of Multitasking" expounds on the effects of multitasking. Rosen's purpose is to convey the idea that multitasking and self-distractions are detrimental to a person's all around well-being and makes wisdom difficult to be gained when a person's attention is in multiple places. Multitasking is something that everyone utilizes, sometime some more often than others. Rosen used her article to justify her theory that multitasking is detrimental to one's self; she establishes her reasoning with examples of studies done by psychologists, neurologists, and other credible sources. Rosen begins her article by quoting Lord Chesterfield where he offered the following advice "There is time enough for everything in the course of the day, if you do but one thing at once, but there is not time enough in the year, if you will do two things at a time".
One of the major goals of Viviane was to preserve her religion against the spread of Christianity, which claimed the Goddess was evil and that Christianity was the only true religion. The high priestess of Avalon was capable of anything to make destiny come true, she manipulated her sister Igraine and deceived Morgaine, all for Avalon’s sake. This fact leads us to think about how different Pagans and the Christians behave. In the first place there are two religions fighting each other instead of coexisting as it had already been said. In a first moment Pagans were fine coexisting with Christians, actually it had been planned by Merlin and Viviane, this way Arthur would be responsible for ruling a place where both religions were supposed to coexist peacefully.
Zoloft birth defects lawsuits allege infants were harmed by their mothers' use of Zoloft while pregnant. The lawsuit alleges that Pfizer knew about the risks associated with taking Zoloft while pregnant, but hid those risks from patients. Pfizer is accused of negligence, fraud and failing to warn the public. The lawsuit also accuses the defend tat(s) of improper labeling, given their allegation that packaging and labeling lacks sufficient warnings pertaining to potential defects. Class Action Class Action lawsuits (Class Action Lawsuits ( Business Law - Chapter3)) are permitted by the courts if three criteria are met.
Using a female character makes it more powerful to challenge the authorities and the norms. The wife likens to the priests who use the literature badly and wrongly to vindicate their acts. The wife’s misusing of literature shows that she is unschooled. The wife shows us herself to be in opposition with the patriarchal society she lives in. When she talks against society’s norms, she talks in a dialogical