2 edition of Identifying social and psychological antecedents of adolescent pregnancy found in the catalog.
Identifying social and psychological antecedents of adolescent pregnancy
Elizabeth R. McAnarney
|Statement||Elizabeth R. McAnarney, Corinne Schreider.|
|LC Classifications||HQ27.5 .M32 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 78 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||78|
|LC Control Number||84185627|
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"Adolescent pregnancy is an important public health issue and this valuable, well-referenced book covers the risk factors, child-family outcomes, and prevention?.This is a very useful book for social workers and other professionals as a single source of current information about adolescent pregnancy and prevention.
--Doody's This new edition of Adolescent Pregnancy. Book Title: Identifying Social and Psychological Antecedents of Adolescent Pregnancy Author List: McAnarney ER, Schreider C Published By: WT Grant Foundation in New York, NY.
Book Title: Premature Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenthood Author List: TBD Edited By: McAnarney ER Published By: Grune and Stratton in New York, NY. Author(s): McAnarney,E R; Schreider,C Title(s): Identifying social and psychological antecedents of adolescent pregnancy: the contribution of research to concepts of prevention/ E.R.
McAnarney, C. Schreider. Identifying social and psychological antecedents of adolescent pregnancy: The contribution of research to concepts of prevention. New York: William T. Grant Foundation. New York: William T.
Grant Foundation. Antecedents of teenage pregnancy. Klein L. Antecedent factors operative in the causation of adolescent pregnancy include: The sexuality of contemporary society, especially the media.
Prolongation of educational any vocational preparation in industrialized western society. Normal physical maturation at an early age. Peer and social by: Antecedents of Adolescent Initiation of Sex, Contraceptive Use, and Pregnancy Article Literature Review in American journal of health behavior 26(6) November with ReadsAuthor: Identifying social and psychological antecedents of adolescent pregnancy book Kirby.
"Adolescent pregnancy is an important public health issue and this valuable, well-referenced book covers the risk factors, child-family outcomes, and is a very useful book for social workers and other professionals as a single source of current information about adolescent pregnancy and prevention."--Doody'sThis new edition of Adolescent Pregnancy.
Pregnancy in Adolescence. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), “adolescence is the period of life in which the individual acquires reproductive capacity, transitions the psychological patterns of childhood to adulthood and.
A good way to group social predictors of repeat adolescent pregnancy is according to social ecological theory using different levels of influence on behavioural outcomes individual, couple, family, peer/community and social system.
Extreme caution is needed in relying on studies that have not been replicated. Individual level. Associations Cited by: contributing factors. Antecedents include both “risk-factors” that increase one’s chances of becoming pregnant and “protective factors”2 those that reduce one’s chances.
While identifying antecedents does not predict pregnancy outcomes, it does provide an understanding of the social lives, context, andFile Size: KB. McAnamey ER, Schreider C. Identifying Social and Psychological Antecedents of Adolescent Pregnancy: The Contribution of Research to Concepts of Prevention.
New York: William T. Grant Foundation; Google ScholarCited by: Finally, when evaluating an adolescent-headed family, it is important to be aware that the antecedents of adolescent pregnancy are extremely variable Stevens-Simon & LowyStevens-Simon & White Thus, the nature and intensity of the conflicts that arise between the competing developmental needs of adolescence and maternal role Cited by: 9.
However, Pablo Picasso; painting Girl before a Mirror () was very Identifying social and psychological antecedents of adolescent pregnancy book for me to learn more about the social, psychological, and economic factors involved in getting pregnant.
Economic’s play an important role in teenage pregnancy and is a major concern. Mainly poor income and education leave an individual at risk of remaining in. Adolescent pregnancy as a social problem. Plus viewpoints from more than thirty countries. As a unique source of up-to-date findings and clear-headed analysis, the International Handbook of Adolescent Pregnancy is a go-to reference for practitioners and researchers in maternal and child health, pediatrics, adolescent medicine, and global cturer: Springer.
Examining External and Internal Poverty as Antecedents of Teen Pregnancy Article (PDF Available) in American journal of health behavior 28(4).
While there is intense controversy regarding how many women experience post-abortion psychological problems, even pro-abortion researchers admit that at least some women are negatively effected. Moreover, according to the American Psychological Association’s Task Force on Mental Health and Abortion there are at least 15 risk factors that identify the women.
PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT OF TEENAGE PREGNANCY ON PREGNANT TEENAGERS by EDZISANI EGNES SODI RESEARCH DISSERTATION Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF ARTS In Clinical Psychology In the FACULTY OF HUMANITIES (School of Social Sciences) at the UNIVERSITY OF LIMPOPO Supervisor:.
Objectives To determine the impact on teenage pregnancy of interventions that address the social disadvantage associated with early parenthood and to assess the appropriateness of such interventions for young people in the United Kingdom.
Design Systematic review, including a statistical meta-analysis of controlled trials on interventions for early Cited by: Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF.
Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Social support (especially family and specialized programs) 2. Subsequent pregnancies and births 3. Economic resources and education 4. Incomplete schooling 5.
Social Isolation 6. Poverty enhances ALL of these PREVIOUS RISKS *With support, many adolescent mothers do as well as older mothers in similar context. disorder and social anxiety disorder) and depression are under-recognised throughout pregnancy and the postnatal period.
At a woman's first contact with primary care or her booking visit, and during the early postnatal. Tracy, E. Identifying social support resources of at-risk families. Social Work, Trusty, J.
Effects of eighth-grader parental involvement on late adolescents educational expectations. Journal of Research and Development in Education, U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. Many western nations continue to have high rates of teenage pregnancies and births, which can result in adverse outcomes for both mother and child.
This study identified possible antecedents of teenage pregnancy using linked data from administrative sources to create a year follow-up from a cross-sectional survey. Data were drawn from two sources - Cited by: The Adolescent and Pregnancy First Edition by Margaret-Ann Corbett (Author) › Visit Amazon's Margaret-Ann Corbett Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Format: Hardcover. Abstract. The central purpose of this research was to discover, using Bronfenbrenner's conceptual framework of an ecological systems model, the combination of factors that successfully predicted pregnancy and parenting status in a convenience sample of teenagers attending pregnancy prevention programs across a state in the southwestern Cited by: Predicting Risk for Pregnancy by Late Adolescence: A Social Contextual Perspective Laura V.
Scaramella, Rand D. Conger, Ronald L. Simons, and Les B. Whitbeck Iowa State University To evaluate a model of social contextual influences on risk for adolescent pregnancy, target. Social Impact Teen pregnancy is connected to multiple social issues, including education, child well-being, and poverty.
The mission of the Tulsa Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy is to equip the community with strategies to reduce teen pregnancy for the purpose of improving the health and economic well-being of our citizens. Martin, C.D., "Psychological Problems of Abortion for Unwed Teenage Girls," Genetic Psychology Monographs ().
Miller, W.B., "An Empirical Study of the Psychological Antecedents and Consequences of Induced Abortion," Journal of Social Issues, 48(3) (). 1 Office of Adolescent Health (OAH) Podcast Series Social Determinants of Health that Impact Teen Pregnancy CASSANDRA CHESS, OAH: Welcome to the Office of Adolescent Health Podcast Series.
Our speaker today is Ms. Myriam Hernandez Jennings from JSI Research & Training Institute. adolescent pregnancy: Pregnancy by a female, age 13 to 19, which is understood to occur in a girl who hasn’t completed her core education—secondary school—has few or no marketable skills, is financially dependent upon her parents and/or continues to live at home and is mentally immature.
Entering puberty heralds the physical changes of adolescence: a growth spurt and sexual maturation. Professionals who work with adolescents need to know what is normative and what represents early or late physical development in order to help prepare the adolescent for the myriad changes that take place during this time of life.
The present study was designed to examine the role of selected psychological and sociocultural factors in placing suburban, white, middle-class adolescents at risk for becoming pregnant.
These variables include the personality factors of self-esteem and health locus of control, negative life events during the past year perceived by the teenager. food (UN, ). Therefore, the effects of teenage pregnancy on the educational advancement and social-psychological well-being of rural women is what the study is poised to determine.
Purpose of the Study The general purpose of the study is to determine the effect of teenage pregnancy on the academic advancementFile Size: KB. fertility and probable social dependency are problems common to both populations of girls. 1Paper presented at the annual meetings of The Society for the Study of Social Problems, Denver, August 28 2 Social concern with.
World Health Organization 1 deﬁ nes Teenage Pregnancy as “any pregnancy from a girl who is years of age”, the age being deﬁ ned as her age at the time the baby is born.
2 Often the terms “Teenage pregnancy” and “Adolescent pregnancy” are used as synonyms. According to UNICEF, worldwide every 5th child is bornFile Size: KB.
This book discusses adolescence as an individual as well as a collective phenomenon. On the individual level, it focuses on the adolescent's reaction to the urban-industrial conditions that have created an environment in which social roots are uncertain and personal identity is vulnerable.
Consequently psychological research on pregnancy, childbirth and motherhood has focused on diverse substantive topics selecting different epistemologies, standpoints and methods. The changing nature of pregnancy When I was born, 60 years ago, pregnancy and childbirth were hit-and-miss affairs.
Oral contraceptives were things of the future. When most people are asked for thoughts on teen pregnancy, their first response is that it's a behavioral phenomenon—kids "being kids".
This is typical in the U.S. or other developed countries, but in many parts of the world teen pregnancy is very much a part of normal culture; it's not seen as a behavioral phenomenon.
Teenage pregnancy, also known as adolescent pregnancy, is pregnancy in a female under the age of Pregnancy can occur with sexual intercourse after the start of ovulation, which can be before the first menstrual period (menarche) but usually occurs after the onset of periods.
In well-nourished females, the first period usually takes place around the age of 12 or Complications: Eclampsia, postpartum. Adolescence (from Latin adolescere, meaning 'to grow up') is a transitional stage of physical and psychological development that generally occurs during the period from puberty to legal adulthood (age of majority).
Adolescence is usually associated with the teenage years, but its physical, psychological or cultural expressions may begin earlier and end later. PREVENTION OF TEENAGE PREGNANCY 71 Social/Cultural Factors Social class and race influence social development as well as sexuality.
Social class takes into account the economic, political, and social structure of a society, especially its norms, rules, and attitudes regarding adolescent sex-uality.Citation: Afrose T, Chattopadhyay AB, Habib N, et al.
Adolescent pregnancy, a social stigma. MOJ Anat Physiol. ;1(5)‒ DOI: /mojap Single or teen parents Lack of knowledge of family planning methods.
Improper knowledge about sex and family planning can lead adolescent at risk of pregnancy and obstetric.Social Learning Theory and Sexuality Education. Social Learning Theory (SLT) has been applied to sexuality education as well as many other areas of health education, including tobacco use prevention, substance abuse prevention and violence prevention.