“Pregnancy: Right or Wrong?”
Over the past few decades, teenage pregnancy has become a public concern which has generated a great deal of attention in the locality. Increasing awareness of the social and economic consequences of teenage pregnancy has led to a consensus opinion among policy makers and the public that teenage pregnancy and childbearing is an significant social problem. It has been linked to an array of other social issues, such as welfare dependency, child health, and well being out of wedlock births, fatherhood responsibility, child abuse, and neglect, school dropout, and workforce development. The nonfiction article, “Do T.V. shows like “16 and Pregnant” promote or discourage teenage pregnancy”, written by Michael Gonchar and Katherine Schulten, wonders if watching t.v. shows like that are gonna show that 16 years old are okay that they can get pregnant but Michael and Katherine don’t want that to happen so they want to figure out if that is what is happening right now while they watch 16 and pregnant.
First, I believe that having a child that early could lead to bad things such as an abortion or putting it up for adoption. Why should you put a child up for abortion? It is probably way easier to keep the baby instead because eventually after you do the abortion you will never forgive you after a while because you regret doing it. You should never give up a child no matter what!!!! I think that the show 16 and pregnant is the worst show ever because the child or teenager could be like 11 or older could get the idea that having sex and getting pregnant at that age is ok. Which is not ok by getting getting pregnant by the age of 11 or older to the age of 15.
Second, I believe that if the person does get pregnant then it will eventually stop them when they are high schoolers and never make it to senior year or to college because they are pregnant or they have no one to watch and take care of the child while they are at work, school, or...