Emily Earls (3283)

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The Cultural Influences on Argentine Abortion Policy

Hometown: Mechanicsville, Virginia

Department: Latin American Studies 

Advisor: Claire McKinney

Project Description:

My Honors Thesis will investigate the factors that have kept the current Argentine abortion policy in place, namely religion and culture. Although religious institutions, influential actors, and subscribers have a traditional stronghold over policy, I suspect that certain cultural values, including the female role, go beyond the influence of the church and have an independent impact on policies such as abortion.

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