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eBook Unplanned Parenthood: The Social Consequences of Teenage Childbearing ePub

by Frank F. Furstenberg

  • ISBN: 0029110300
  • Category: Parenting
  • Subcategory: Relationships
  • Author: Frank F. Furstenberg
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Free Pr (June 1, 1980)
  • ePub book: 1739 kb
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Unplanned parenthood: The social consequences of teenage childbearing. FF Furstenberg Jr, ME Hughes. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 580-592, 1995. Longitudinal studies of effects of divorce on children in Great Britain and the United States. AJ Cherlin, FF Furstenberg, L Chase-Lansdale, KE Kiernan, PK Robins,. Science 252 (5011), 1386-1389, 1991.

Unplanned Parenthood : The Social Consequences of Teenage Childbearing. Parenting & Relationships Politics & Social Sciences Social Science Social Sciences Textbooks. More by Frank F. Furstenberg Jr. The New American Grandparent: A Place in the Family, A Life Apart. Andrew J. Cherlin, Frank F.

Unplanned parenthood: The social consequences of teenage childbearing, 1976. As well, Furstenberg has written about the elements of an academic career in books and articles, such as Behind the academic curtain: How to find success and happiness with a P. University of Pennsylvania Press.

Furstenberg, Frank F Unplanned parenthood: The social consequences of teenage childbearing. ISBN 13: 9780029110102. Unplanned parenthood: The social consequences of teenage childbearing.

The children of teenage parents face severe health, economic, and social consequences. Planned Parenthood®, PPFA®, and the logo of nested Ps are registered service marks of PPFA. Because pregnant teens are less likely to receive adequate prenatal care, they are 25 percent more likely to have a preterm birth; their babies are 18 percent more likely to be low birth weight, and they are more likely to have childhood health problems and to be hospitalized than those born to older mothers (Martin et a. 2012; NCPTUP, 2010). Declines in Teenage Pregnancy and Childbearing Are Responsible for Overall Improvement in Child Well-Being.

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