Are Young Teens Ready To Raise Children On Their Own?
Visual texts are widely accepted as being very informative owing to the saying that “pictures speak for themselves”. However, a lot of caution must be taken especially in the analysis of visual images as these images are prone to manipulations so that the objective they are meant to achieve can be met. Reading visual text requires one to understand, do proper interpretation and finally analyse. In the visual text we are seeking to analyse, we shall seek to ask ourselves certain questions in order to find out whether its objective is met.
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The text is an advertisement on a site that is accessible to all hence it is meant to target a wide group of people especially the young people. It also targets parents and the guardians who are responsible for giving advice to the teenagers. The stance of the editor on the visual image is that this controversial issue should be addressed comprehensively to ensure that the rate of teenage pregnancy is checked. This is evidenced by the question that he poses; “how far is far?”
The visual text can be said to be educative as well as informative. The messages in the text have clear evidence that the rising incidences of teenage pregnancy may soon be out of control. The writer of this text in this instance wishes to create awareness among the persons involved so as to look into the factors that have led to the increase in such cases. Some of the examples include parental neglect, teenage curiosity to explore their reproductive life, and the influences on the teens that prompts them to indulge into sex before marriage.
The writer of the visual text wishes to caution teens on the disadvantages of early marriages and the negative impact to their babies. Among the tough consequences they risk falling victim to include being a single parent. This unquestionably interrupts their education life and destroys their public image as well. The child’s assertion that the mother will not make on her own...