The termination of pregnancy or abortion is referred to as the end of prevailing foetus reproduction process, so it would not result in the birth of a child (Bacon, 2005). Abortion needs medical intervention, in spite of miscarriage which ends naturally…
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The Abortion Act secures the right of women opting for it on the following grounds:
1. Abortion is permissible incase of risk to women’s mental and physical health or permanent injury (12- 24 weeks).
2. In case of child to be born with grave mental and physical deficiency (24 weeks).
3. Only in licensed hospital with the conscience of two doctors for inevitable abortion (12-24 weeks) (Great Britain, 2007).
Hence, one can recognize that abortion due to personal choices, social circumstances and family structure was never secured by government of UK. Moreover, there has been a constant debate on abortion among pro-life and pro-choice movements, which has been covered by media. The members of both campaigns regard human life, but the penchant in preferred life; raises the divergence among them. Lately, media is depicting notably anti-choice views on abortions and has shown negligence towards the other side. Thus, the real life experiences of women have been ignored and media coverage of abortion is given on more sentimental and psychological grounds. Though, the media has an obligation to represent conflicts and issues by staying objective and authentic; but less concentration has been given on realistic facts and more emphasizes is on ethical compliance.
Print Media has participated in portraying abortion as a reality of twenty first century. However, television and film industry has tabooed abortion as a deplorable and detestable idea, which has never been considered by European Women. For an instance, the media coverage on the tragic death of Savita Halappanavar in Galway University Hospital was published in The Telegraph under the title of “Pregnant woman dies in Ireland after being denied an abortion” on 15th November. The article contains the un-empathic responds of doctors due to Ireland’s restricted abortion laws, which has been described as a cause of Savita’s death (Ward, 2012). However, the same incidence with an entire different story has been published on 7th December, with the tile of “On abortion, on homosexuality and on abuse, the mainstream media has it in for the Catholic Church”. Both the articles contain the information regarding the death of Savita Halappanavar, but the cause of death and hospital’s decision in saving her life has been reported differently. The later emphasizes on the factual causes of Savita’s death in accord to her microbiologist reports. Stanely also emphasized on Ireland’s low death rate of women in childbirth due to restricted life-saving Catholic and State policy (Stanely, 2012). Moreover, he has also signified the liability of media to represent the truth on factual bases. Thus, non judgmental and authentic facts should be conveyed, which would cause less misunderstandings among government, people and different groups. In 2010, first abortion service commercial was on aired on British television. Marie Stope’s management claimed that it provides women with health and sex information, guidance on unplanned pregnancies rather than only encourage abortion option (Taylor, 2010). However, let alone in England and Wales, the statics show that in 2011, 196,082 abortions were taken place. Where, 4,419 women travelled from Ireland due to restricted policy of abortion and the highest figure of abortion 34.9 per 1000, took place in Brent London(Rogers, 2012).
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