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Essay title: Analysis Paper

Analysis Paper

Gabriela Armendariz

University of Phoenix

RES 110: Introduction to Research and Information Utilization

Group LM04ICS04

Shari L. Lane, MBA

January 6, 2005

I have read two particular articles that are about the topic I chose for my analysis. Both articles identify facts that support their beliefs. One true fact from one of the articles states “The basic is simple: Life begins not at birth, but at conception. It is a scientific and biological one”. Another fact about a different article states, “In order for it to be a human being it needs an internal organization, organs, and especially a human brain to be considered fully human”.

As I read both articles to understand each perspective there were two opposites one pro one con. On the Pro side of the argument, I found that the person who wrote the article had a moralistic approach about the topic. The topic that I chose to analyze was Abortion. Abortion always has two sides of a story, which is a very interesting topic to discuss because as you discuss this topic with others you will find that everyone has a different approach to what their beliefs are. I for one am I believer of Pro-Life. The woman that wrote this article has a lot of pro side to her argument. She talked about how chromosomes and eggs come together to form an embryo. She talks about the risk factors when having an abortion that is voluntary. She believed that even though there may be life, or potential life, or however one wants to refer to the fetus, that by denying a woman the right to an abortion is denying her control of her body. Being a woman myself, I am obviously against people trying to control women or their bodies. But the fetus is a completely separate life from the woman. She brought up great ideas to support her belief, which is why this particular topic is very, very intriguing. Now, the other side of the topic is Pro-choice. The ability to decide for yourself that you can have an abortion, the pro-choice philosophy maintains that the availability of good medical abortions protects the health and fertility of women and allows children to be born into homes where they can receive love, care, affection, and respect for their unique individuality, so that these children grow up to be joyful, loving, caring, responsible members of the community, able to enter into meaningful relationships with others. This article talks great opinions to support their debate.

There are many unique tactics that each of the article uses to lure one into believing the way they do. One of the articles speaks about her personal life and what she went through and how she had to deal with the health and benefits of having an abortion. And how she regretted everything that happened. Sometimes when people want to convince someone about a topic, whether it be personal or just something they heard they try to use their own personal life and obstacles that over come them and make them the people they want to be. Other times someone can convince you about something by statistics that they have found, or by little known facts of the situation, but little known facts can sometimes not be exactly about the topic rather leaning towards something that is close to it.

You also have to look at exactly what the others background has to do, with why they continue to debate in a pro and con decision. Sometimes realizing how credible the author is makes a lot of sense of why they would tend to debate on such topic. The woman that speaks about Pro-life has a lot of morality to her argument. It could be because of the way she was brought up and also speaking to upper division fellow, candidates that have the knowledge more credible, as opposed to not having someone that knows or has knowledge of the topic. She gives percentages, she gives numbers, an d also different court cases that deal with this issue, which makes her have that much more situations to debate on. Also, by making polls and doing some type of questioning can help that person more to their favor. They also try to find resources and references that will be credible to their perspective of the topic. The Pro-choice article is not so much of relevant information, which can be a little frustrating because the person wasn’t able to give you much of what you needed

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