Now, it's time for you to do some research.
Using the links below, or your own internet research skills, find articles that adress the following:
Should minors need to notify their parents to access sexual health services?
Remember, that sexual health services include: birth control, prophylactics such as condoms, abortion, and sex education.
1. Locate an article that addresses the debate question: "Should minors need to notify their parents to access sexual health services?"
2. Read the article and decide if it is in favor of notification (pro-parental notification) or against parental notification (anti-parental notification).
3. Go to the appropriate page:
Arguments In Favor of Parental Notification
Arguments Against Parental Notification
4. In the comments section on that page, do the following:
- Paste the web address for the article.
- Explain what claim it is making.
- Write down the evidence that it uses.
- Explain the reasoning that it uses.
5. Submit your comment, and then start looking for more.
Some links to newspapers:
http://www.nytimes.com/ - The New York Times
http://www.latimes.com/ - The Los Angeles Times
http://www.washingtonpost.com/ - The Washington Post
http://www.bostonglobe.com/ - The Boston Globe
http://www.usatoday.com/ - USA Today
http://www.chicagotribune.com/ The Chicago Tribune
http://www.suntimes.com/ The Chicago Sun Times
If you want, you can just use Google and look outside of the newspapers:
http://www.google.com - Just make sure that you use reliable sources. Avoid ask.com, answers.com, wiki how, or other similar sites. If you have a question about reliability, ask me.
Here are some search terms that you may want to try:
Parental Notification, Abortion, Birth Control, Contraception, Sex Education
Use them with each other: "Parental Notification, Abortion" or "Parental Notification, Birth Control."
See what you can find.