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Author: Lester Coleman,Suzanne Cater
ISBN: 1861348746
Language: English
Pages: 80 pages
Category: Family Relationships
Publisher: Policy Press (July 5, 2006)
Rating: 4.3
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Planned’ Teenage Pregnancy: Perspectives of Young Women from Disadvantaged Backgrounds in England. November 2006 · Journal of Youth Studies. In the UK, young people's alcohol consumption is considered an important social and health problem, and is the focus of government strategy and intervention. There is widespread concern that many young people are drinking in a 'risky' way.

This study explores the motivations for ‘planned’ teenage pregnancy in England, based on interviews with teenagers in six relatively disadvantaged locations who reported their . Suzanne Cater and Lester Coleman.

This study explores the motivations for ‘planned’ teenage pregnancy in England, based on interviews with teenagers in six relatively disadvantaged locations who reported their pregnancy as 'planned'.

Planned' teenage pregnancy: Perspectives of young parents from disadvantaged backgrounds. Francis K. O. Yuen is a Professor of Social Work at California State University, Sacramento.

Planned’ Teenage Pregnancy: Perspectives of Young Women from Disadvantaged Backgrounds in England Suzanne M Cater, Lester Coleman. Lester Coleman, Suzanne M Cater. Little is known about teenagers who report their pregnancies as ‘planned’. Forty-one in-dept. More). The FPA Speakeasy parent course is a UK initiative with the aim of helping parents to talk with their children about sex and relationships. Suzanne M Cater, Lester Coleman.

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by Suzanne Cater, Lester Coleman. ISBN 9781861348746 (978-1-86134-874-6) Softcover, Policy Press, 2006. Find signed collectible books: ''Planned' teenage pregnancy: Perspectives of young parents from disadvantaged backgrounds'. Toolkit: Talking About Difficult Issues

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Coleman, Lester and Cater, Suzanne 2006. Journal of Youth Studies, Vol. 9, Issue. What's the problem with teenage parents? And what's the problem with policy?. Critical Social Policy, Vol. 27, Issue.

Planned’ teenage pregnancy: Perspectives of young women from disadvantaged . Resilient young mothering: Social inequalities, late modernity and the ‘problem’ of ‘teenage’ motherhood. Journal of Youth Studies, 9(5), 593–614. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. What’s the problem with teenage parents? And what’s the problem with policy? Critical Social Policy, 27(3), 307–334. Journal of Youth Studies, 8(1), 59–79. The social construction of teenage pregnancy: A problem in the ideologies of childhood and reproduction.

Planned teenage pregnancy: perspectives of young parents from disadvantaged backgrounds Cater et al. J. Youth Stud.

Multistage focus group interviews were conducted with six professionals, and a qualitative content analysis was performed. Planned teenage pregnancy: perspectives of young parents from disadvantaged backgrounds Cater et al.

This in-depth study explores the motivations for 'planned' teenage pregnancy in England. The findings have important implications for the Teenage Pregnancy Strategy and the increasing political agenda on young people and health.The report is based on 51 in-depth interviews, undertaken among teenagers in six relatively disadvantaged locations who reported their pregnancy as 'planned' (41 women and 10 men). Key findings include:·Young women report varied accounts of the extent to which their pregnancy was planned.Young women's childhood and background act as contributing factors to 'planning' a pregnancy.More explicit and direct influences include viewing pregnancy as a chance to gain a new identity and change direction in life. ·[vbTab]·[vbTab]·[vbTab]·[vbTab]The report includes numerous quotations from young people and documents two contrasting case studies. 'Planned' teenage pregnancy will be of interest to practitioners, policy-makers and researchers in the teenage pregnancy field, including youth workers, Connexions PAs, social workers, and teachers who work with young people before conception, as well as teenage pregnancy co-ordinators, teenage-parent support workers, midwives and health visitors who work closely with young parents or parents-to-be.