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Violeta E.

Sandoval
ENGLISH 1010
August 5, 2016
Professor Rebecca Miner

1. Beisel, Nicola, and Kay Tamara. "Abortion, Race, and Gender in Nineteenth-Century
America." American Sociological Review 69.4 (2004): 498-518. Web.
The article explains different views on attributing factors and attitudes on Abortion from cultural
and social prospective. The purpose of the article is informed general population as well as well
education population about influences of race and gender with relation to how physicians and
suffragist contested the meaning of, and policy of abortion in the nineteenth century. The factors
affect views on abortion are concerning to politics and gender relations. The article is supported
by different studies from physicians and suffragist.

2. Finlay, Barbara. "Gender Differences in Attitudes toward Abortion among Protestant


Seminarians." Review of Religious Research 37.4 (1996): 354-60. Web.
The article explains different views on attributing factors and attitudes on Abortion from
religious seminary students on how female and male views are divisive. The purpose of the
article is informed general population as well as well education population about influences of
religion factors affects views on abortion is viewed amongst different genders in United States,
how in male views are more conservative than females. The article is supported by three
different studies and table with statistics.

3. Murgas, Tomas Henriquez. Hacerse la vctima: aborto, performance y


teatralidades liminales. Universidad de Chile Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana, June 2015.
The article explains different views on attributing factors and attitudes on Abortion from a social
and cultural prospective. The purpose of the article is informed general population as well as
well education population about influences of advertising materials and the relation to how it
affects the view of the general population in relation to abortion. By the advertisement of gross
materials on images about abortion, how this might have victimized and portraits certain
populations, and information can be misconstrued.

4.Pazol, Kare; Creanga, Andreea A.; Burley, Kim D.; Jamieson, Denise J. None. Abortion
Surveillance-United States 2011. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Morbidity and
Mortality Weekly Report. Surveillance Summaries/Vol. 63/No. 11. November 28, 2014 Page 144.
The article explains about the surveillance on abortion numbers and characteristics of women
obtaining legal induced abortion in the United Sates. The article is supported by extensive
graphics and statistics. The purpose of the article is informed general population as well as well
education population about the abortion related procedures and ratios on different age categories,
females on their 20s and teenagers, and also gives a general analysis on overall major
contributors to abortion in United States.

5.Wilcox, Clyde. "Race, Religion, Region and Abortion Attitudes." Sociological Analysis53.1
(1992): 97-105. Web.
The article explains different views on attributing factors and attitudes on Abortion. The purpose
of the article is informed general population as well as well education population about
influences of religion, region, and race are contributing factors to how abortion is viewed
amongst different communities in United States. The article is supported by graphs and
statistics, however they could be affected by inadequate population inequality, and would reflect
erroneously on the statistics and graphs provided.