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The Pregnant Adolescent: Problems of Premature Parenthood (SAGE Library of Social Research) ePub download

by Frank G. Bolton

  • Author: Frank G. Bolton
  • ISBN: 0803914334
  • ISBN13: 978-0803914339
  • ePub: 1754 kb | FB2: 1334 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Psychology
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc; 1 edition (March 1, 1980)
  • Pages: 246
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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The Pregnant Adolescent: Problems of Premature Parenthood (SAGE Library of Social Research) ePub download

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The Pregnant Adolescent book. The book is one of the first to explore the high levels of correlation between early parenthood and child abuse.

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The book is one of the first to explore the high levels of correlation between early parenthood and child abuse. It also provides hard information on the outcomes of the decision to abort, or of young marriages resulting from pregnancy, and describes the demographic characteristics and psychological dynamics of the problem.

outcomes and problems of adolescent pregnancy. Despite recent declines, teen pregnancy rates remain high in many countries.

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The pregnant adolescent: Problems of premature parenthood. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications. The Hispanic adolescent mother: Assessing risk in relation to stress and social support. Darroch, . Davidson, M. Gilly, . Javidi, . Jefford, S. Komorowski, . Morejon, . Yanez, R. (1986). Stress/Distress and coping among pregnant adolescents and adolescent mothers, unpublished thesis, University of California at Los Angeles. In W. Vega and M. Mirando (Ed.,Stress and Hispanic mental health, NIMH, DHHS, Washington, D. 267–289.

Formatted Contents Note: Introduction: The path of the problem. The current view: Descriptive elements in adolescent pregnancy. An active view: Dynamic elements in adolescent pregnancy. Theoretical foundations: Growth and evolution. After discovery: Restraints on tomorrow. Adolescent parenting and child maltreatment: Environments of reciprocal high risk. Looking ahead: Implications and challenges in study and treatment.

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Parents' work overload and problem behavior in young adolescents. Parental child rearing and academic achievement in boys: The mediational role of social-emotional adjustment. Journal of Early Adolescence,11(3), 321-339

Parents' work overload and problem behavior in young adolescents. Gallimore, . & Kurdek, . Parent depression and parent authoritative discipline as correlates of yound adolescents' depression, Journal of Early Adolescence, 12(2), 187- 196. Ge, . Best, . Parenting behaviors and the occurrence and co-occurence of adolescent depressive aymptoms and conduct problems. Journal of Early Adolescence,11(3), 321-339.

Adolescent pregnancies are a global problem that occurs in high, middle, and low income countries. For some adolescents, pregnancy and childbirth are planned and wanted

Adolescent pregnancies are a global problem that occurs in high, middle, and low income countries. Around the world, adolescent pregnancies are more likely to occur in marginalized communities, commonly driven by poverty and lack of education and employment opportunities (2). For some adolescents, pregnancy and childbirth are planned and wanted. In some contexts, girls may face social pressure to marry and, once married, to have children. Each year, about 15 million girls are married before the age of 18 years, and 90% of births to girls aged 15 to 19 years occur within marriage (2), (10)

Synthesizes available research into an exhaustive review of all aspects of premature pregnancy. The author demonstrates the need for social service support for premature parents and presents empirical evidence to support his suggestions for improved services. The book is one of the first to explore the high levels of correlation between early parenthood and child abuse. It also provides hard information on the outcomes of the decision to abort, or of young marriages resulting from pregnancy, and describes the demographic characteristics and psychological dynamics of the problem.

`This reviewer has spent several years working with adolescents both pregnant and parents and found Bolton′s presentation timely, accurate and even

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