1. This talks about how people can easily get around the rules for getting vaccinations for their children. Parents can easily make up reasons for not having their children vaccinated. They have easily had their minds changed about the connection of vaccinations and autism, but that easily has no evidence compared to the dangers of exposing their children to diseases and infecting those with those diseases. 2. This article is useful because it helps to further push my side of the argument because it talks about the issues of the legislation. How easy it is for someone to avoid vaccinating their children. It is a very reliable source that has a lot of information I can use in my speech.
1. This website talks about how easy it is to dodge immunizations. It talks about the differences in some states and the percentage of kids that are not getting vaccinated. In some states they only require a signature from a parent, but in others you require another signature from a healthcare provider and a letter explaining why. 2. This is useful because it talks about the specifics in each state. I will use it to talk about the commonalities and differences. It is important because it can aid is my argument about those states that have it easier have much more sickness in their state.
1. This website helps provide information about Iowa's vaccine requirements and exemptions. I found out that we allow religious exemptions but not philosophical exemptions. 2. This is useful because it will help me to talk about Iowa specifically with it allowing religious exemptions, so then I can compare it to a state that doesn't allow either religious or philosophical. Then I can compare the percentage of the sick per however many people. This will help with the logos part of my speech.
1: Parents who are delaying or completely avoiding childhood shots are not helping the world's situation with diseases. They increasing the risk of people getting infected with vaccine-preventable diseases. 2. This source is useful because it doesn't just talk about what is happening, but why the parents are making these decisions. It provides insight on their arguments. (print source)
1: People who don't get vaccinated are most likely the reason that there are still major outbreaks of diseases. Failure to vaccinate has been linked to the spreading of infectious diseases. 2: This source is useful because it helps out my side of the argument and helps to prove one of my main points as to why people who don't get vaccinated are spreading diseases. It is a very credible source.