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Title: sex selection

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Subject: Social Issues
Author: Ada C
Date: May 27, 2011
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In China, the desire to bear sons and only sons brings on a new meaning to the purpose of the ultrasound. The motive behind the people of India and the people of China for obtaining the sex of the fetus clearly identifies the social and economic importance of bearing male offspring. Chitra Divakaruni portrays the motives for ultrasounds in India through her story "The Ultrasound"...

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There are several instances referenced on the importance of having a healthy child. "There's a history of birth defects in my family ? just one or two, but it's enough to worry us" (204). Divakaruni also suggests that abnormal children are often hidden away from public view. "What would we do if something turned out wrong with the baby...

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