Our class has to write a research report on any controversial topic we choose from a list. I chose teenage pregnancies. However, we have to present the two sides of the issue we chose. Most of the articles and information I'm finding have to do with just statistics, and the possible different causes of teen pregnancies (media, etc.). What would be the two sides to the issue with teen pregnancies?
English Research Report - Ms. Sue, Wednesday, March 25, 2009 at 10:56pm
Our bodies and our societal and family obligations work at cross purposes. On the one hand, we are physiologically ready to become parents in our teens. Yet, we are not emotionally and economically ready for parenthood until our 20s.
I suggest you continue your research with information about children of teenage parents. What are the solutions for rampaging teen hormones?
English Research Report - bobpursley, Wednesday, March 25, 2009 at 10:58pm
Recently a political bigwig got into trouble for saying here in Texas that Hispanic female teens wanted to get pregnant, it was part of their culture.
Issue: is it, or not?
Teen abortions: ARe they socioeconomic, or not?
Do social supports exist for teen girls (school, medical care, nursing care) or not? This may vary a lot by geography.
Do Teen marriages survive? Or not?
English Research Report - Emily, Wednesday, March 25, 2009 at 11:06pm
These are all great ideas thank you very much!!!! :D :D