Equalization of girls is a problem because it leads to teen pregnancies and has a negative effect on girls’ self-esteem; two solutions are to have more sex educational programs available in schools and to impose more restrictions on the media in regards to equalizing girls. . Angle: The Edie have focused on equalizing young girls to sell their products for quite some time even at the expense of the self esteem Of the girls. I will show that there are better ways to build the girls up rather than breaking them down. B. Context 1. Teen pregnancies have become an issue in recent years and the media’s role in equalization of girls at such young ages causes more damage to their self-esteem and physical well-being that cannot be ignored. 2.
This subject is important to me not just because have a daughter but because also have a on that along with teaching my daughter good morals and self respect, I want to make sure that I teach my son respect for women. I intend to do research on the topic so I can establish some credibility so I can shed light on the equalization of girls. C. Audience 1. My primary audience will be parents regardless of current or expecting parents. 2. My secondary audience is my peers, some who are parents themselves. 3. Believe that my audience will share my opinions and be on my side.
II. Evidence A. Research I’ve collected thus far is some articles from PAP (American Psychological Association). They share the same views as I do. They have done some research on the equalization of girls that brings very valid and interesting points to the table. I’ve also searched on the Defer library and Google.