The theoretical framework gives a detailed reason to why the highlighted research ques-tion exists. Orem’s self-care deficit theory of nursing is the theoretical framework relat-ing to this research because the theory is further divided into three sub-theories in which requisite are line with the following: Individual stages of development and goals, Health conditions, Developmental states, Energy consumption and expenditure, Atmospheric conditions and also the theory gives room to investigate possible causes of malnutrition alongside nurse’s intervention by assessing the need for care, approaches and required interventions. According Orem in 2001, nursing can be viewed as part of the health sector that provides authorized care to individuals.
Dorothea Orem’s self-care deficit nursing theory is one such nursing theory that has been reworked to take into account the changes in our world, while still maintaining the initial framework (Taylor & Renpenning, 2011). Purpose of Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory Dorothea Orem (as cited in Taylor & Renpenning, 2011) described her purpose in formalizing the Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory as a way of defining the structure of nursing and explaining knowledge, rules and roles of nursing. Orem was attempting to answer the question of why, when and how a nurse is needed in the care of a patient (Smith & Parker, 2015). According to Younas (2017), self-care deficit nursing theory is also a practical effort to delineate the patient role along with that of the nurse.
Abortion is a term that deliver prematurely, end of pregnancy were the result shows no childbirth due to many reasons, divided into the medical need or to the mother self perception, so is abortion an ethical issue? It is considered an ethical dilemma? There are many opinion about how and when abortion can conduct. A wide-ranging agreement present, however, abortion is acceptable in the limit of medical issues as a result of miscarriage, birth defects or when it’s danger on the mother health. Abortion can be useful in several ways, the presenting of medical reasons is enough to have the procedure.
The study is anchored on the theory about an argue that abortion is an ex postbirth control method that provides sexually active women (at risk of a pregnancy) insurance in the event of an unintended pregnancy. The option to have an abortion of an unintended pregnancy lowers the cost to women of engaging in risky (noncontracepted) sexual activity. As the cost of an abortion increases, due to the enforcement of restrictive abortion laws, the cost of this unintended pregnancy insurance policy increases, which may induce women to alter their risky sexual behavior in ways that reduce the likelihood of an unintended pregnancy. In response to these restrictive abortion laws, women may change their frequency of unprotected sexual
This problem is closely related to moral status of fetus, ethical issue about the value of life and problem of what kind of condition should be tested for. Moral status of fetus and abortions In all prenatal diagnostic tests, there is an assumption that there may be
Firstly, it explores the benefits that legalizing abortion brings to the society and secondly, it explores the drawbacks that legalizing abortion brings to the society in general. 1.3 Scope of Research Unlike debates about abortion that often argue about the impact abortion has on immediate parties, this report focuses on the impact of abortion on the society in general. It also emphasizes on the effects caused by abortion on demand and sex-selective abortion instead of abortion in self-defense. 2.0 Procedure In the process of writing this report, a combination of primary and secondary sources was used for reference.
Judith Jarvis Thomson: A Defense of Abortion In the article 'A Defense of Abortion' Judith Jarvis Thomson argues that abortion is morally permissible even if the fetus is considered a person. Morally philosophy paper by Judith Jarvis Thomson first published in year 1971, granting for the sake of argument that the fetus has a right to life, she uses thought experiments to argue that the fetus's right to life doesn't trump the pregnant woman's right to control her own body and its life-support functions, and that induced abortion is therefore not morally impermissible. In particular her primary reason for presenting an argument of this nature is that the abortion argument at the time had effectively come to a standstill. The typical anti-abortion argument was based on the idea that a fetus is a person and since killing a person is wrong, therefore abortion is wrong.
Mary Wollstonecraft has decided to argue for the women’s rights including their duties in family, positions in society and education. As a result, in the following essay, I would like to discuss more deeply on these three aspects and then link them to today’s world to see whether these 18-century arguments are still relevant
Virtue ethics views on abortion In recent years, the ideology that fostering children demands numerous investment in both physical and mental sectors has gradually obtained the agreement of numerous citizens. As a result, the motivation of abortion is mainly the excessive worry about the ability to raise children and the pressure of raising children. The following statement will focus on this abortion in relation to the application of Virtue Ethics. It is reasonable to assume the circumstance that the pregnant woman decides to abortion since she is concerned about the future life of herself and her child and her capacity of loving her child after her baby is born.
When the counter arguments of Pro-Choice reasoning, Pro-Life viewpoint, is analyzed there are multiple logical fallacies and false statements which are used which make their argument less valid. Firstly, the Pro-Life advocates use the texas sharpshooter fallacy when making the point that abortions cause women to have greater physiological damage later on in life. They use statistics that specifically support their argument without addressing any other specifics: “A 2008 peer-reviewed study published in the Scandinavian Journal of Public Health found that "Young adult women who undergo... abortion may be at increased risk for subsequent depression"” (Pro & Con Arguments). This is very misleading data because there is also ‘data’ which shows that women who don’t get abortions have physiological and emotional damage: “A Sep. 2013 peer-reviewed study comparing the mental health of women who received abortions to women denied abortions found that women who were denied abortions "felt more regret and anger" and "less relief and happiness" than women who had abortions” (Pro & Con Arguments). Since data can be used for both sides of the argument it makes this point completely invalid.
His dissent also stated that the fourteenth amendment should only protect people from loosing their freedom when they do not follow laws. "Almost no one. . . except the court to decided that the right to choose an abortion was protected by the Constitution," Eva Rubin wrote in The Abortion Controversy. The Supreme Court;s
It brought about the building blocks and foundation for Planned Parenthood. It made abortion available to all women even those in perfect health. The Pro-Life and Pro-Choice sides of the debate emerged from this case and are still fighting today over the rights of women and unborn
An abortion is the outcome of a pregnancy in which an embryo or a fetus is removed in various medical ways and one example is the suction aspiration. The pro-choice label, is to have the power and control of your own body. In other words, it is about having the final decision of the future of one’s unborn child. The pro-life or right-to-life label, is resumed as the opposition of the murder of unborn babies. In another way, pro-life is the belief of the protection of the human rights of an undeveloped human.