Should All Citizens be made to Donate Their Organs When They Die? Jannaya Williams CH11
Source 1: Rainbow raw author of the Organ Donation Should be Compulsory article, created on 30th May, 2012 discusses the forever asking question that all citizens should be made to donate their organs once deceased. The author addresses the topic with the use of statistics from the Australia’s organ donations site. Rainbow raw has no known qualifications or expertise; although the information provided is true and I believe reliable even though it is not from a registered site e.g. gov, edu. The author presented the information in exposition form with facts and their own personal opinion which outlines the science and religious sides of organ donation. Source 2: The site Debate ORG is presented in a debate form, created and written by anonymous writers, debating whether organs should be compulsory. This site holds no qualifications or expertise but shows the different opinions and beliefs behind organ donation. Source 3: Samuel Walker is a Politics undergraduate at the University of Warwick whom is the author of the article Why Organ Donation Should be Made Compulsory. Walker explores and outlines the science and religion behind organ donation throughout. Walker uses rhetorical techniques to discuss the topic. Part B:
Should all citizens be made to donate their organs? The science behind organ donation is simple, one whom has died has the opportunity to save another’s life by donating their organs, but there are religious aspects that need to be looked at, many religions and cultures do not believe in giving one organs as they are a part of them, they need them for reincarnation, many believe that once you die they must be kept whole. It is an ethical issue as thousands of people are put on waiting lists to receive and organ. There are Why is it though that if we let the government have this control of our organs we lose our freedom of choice when what we...
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