Abortion in Ireland Analytical Essay by The Research Group

Abortion in Ireland
History & evolution (1922-1996) of religious, social, political & legal conflicts over abortion rights.
# 12036 | 1,575 words | 10 sources | 1996 | US
Published on May 25, 2003 in Ethnic Studies (European) , Hot Topics (Birth Control)


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"This research paper summarizes and analyzes the religious, social, political and legal conflict in Ireland over abortion rights. In the Irish Republic, some progress has been made by women's groups, especially since 1992, to achieve greater control over their own fertility and a lessening of active opposition by the state to abortion. This struggle assumed importance principally as a result of the gradual modernization of the country and generational attitudinal changes, which have been reflected in court decisions, a realignment of the political parties and in public opinion polls and national referenda. However, the outlook for abortion reform in the immediate future remains uncertain because of the traditional and powerful opposition of the Catholic Church, the medical profession and..."

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