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COM323 Ashford University Week 5 Abortion Methods of Persuasion Paper


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The Final Project has two parts:

  1. A six- to eight-page paper.
  2. A PowerPoint presentation.

The Final Project
Throughout this course we are examining methods of persuasion. The great issues of our day are far from being resolved, but effective persuasion can begin to build consensus. Your Final Project requires you to tackle a current controversial issue with multiple valid positions and use persuasion to convince your audience that your position on the issue is correct. The written portion of your Final Project must be six to eight pages of content (not including title and reference pages) and can include multimedia, interactive video, pictures, commercials, movie scenes, web links, etc. to bolster your opinions. Your paper should incorporate the latest methods of persuasion to prove your points to your instructor. You are encouraged to find a topic that you feel passionate about. The list provided is just to help you with the sorts of ideas that may be appropriate for your project. You are not limited to these topics, but please consult your instructor if you have any questions about a proper topic for this assignment. Topics to consider include:

  1. Abortion
  2. Capital punishment
  3. Socialism
  4. Gun control
  5. Smoking/secondhand smoke
  6. Stem cell research
  7. Lowering the alcohol drinking age
  8. Reinstituting the military draft
  9. Home schooling
  10. Corporal punishment in schools

PowerPoint Presentation
Submit a six-to eight-slide PowerPoint presentation that provides an overview of the key points from the written portion of your Final Project.

Writing the Final Project
The Final Project:

Final Answer

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Running head: ABORTION




Methods of Persuasion: Abortion

To persuade refers to the streamlined and well coordinated process of convincing an
individual to accept something either from a negative or positive point of perception. Generally,
persuasion ha spayed a crucial role in streamlining the society, when it comes to controversial
issues such as abortion. For example, abortion has taken root in the society; justified by the fact
of the effects of globalization, evolving trends in fashion & lifestyle; and increased freedom of
choice. By incorporating comprehensive persuasive ingredients such as molding the perception
of an individual, eliciting of congruent attitude, arousing social pressure, habituating the message
and optimization of personal views; it is of sound mind to appreciate the fact that indeed abortion
should be not be allowed in society. This essay is a concrete personal stand on abortion and how
it should not be given room in society. Before giving my stand on this controversial social issue,
I find it of cardinal importance to elaborate what entails the issue of abortion.
Abortion refers to the legal and illegal acts of terminating pregnancy by removal of the
fetus from the mother’s uterus. In the event that abortion has occurred spontaneously, it is called
miscarriage. Abortion that is procured intentionally is referred to as induced abortion (Priscilla &
Vincent, 2009). Statistics indicate that over 56 million abortions are performed annually;
justified by the fact of improved technology and other medical innovations in the field medicine;
and some flexible laws which tend to legalize abortion on grounds that the only option for saving
someone’s life is to prematurely end the pregnancy. However, despite the fact of medical
inventions and constructive changes in the field of technology, abortion should not be allowed in
society. Below are justifications as to why the law, technology and medical practices should be



used to streamline the process of preferring human life and ensuring that there is active process
of perpetuating human generation.
Abortion Is Risky
Women who seek to end pregnancy sometimes resort to unsafe methods in the event that
they have been denied legal means of terminating pregnancy (Priscilla & Vincent, 2009). The
culture of resorting to use of people who lack enough experience on how to handle the process
have on several occasions caused detrimental healthy impacts to women. Such healthy
complications include: sepsis, hemorrhage and causing untold damage to other internal body
parts of the victim. In the long run, an individual might not be able to give birth; justified by the
fact that the reproductive system is damaged. Because of these adverse effects, the society should
not give room to any form of legal or illegal termination of life.
Abortion Causes Death
Evidently, unsafe termination of preg...

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