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Teenage pregnancy in industrialized countries

Teenage pregnancy in industrialized countries

a study sponsored by the Alan Guttmacher Institute

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Published by Yale University Press in New Haven, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pregnancy, Adolescent.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography, p289-303. - Includes index.

    StatementElise F. Jones study director, Jacqueline Darroch Forrest ... (et al.).
    ContributionsJones, Elise F., Alan Guttmacher Institute.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRG556.5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi,310p. :
    Number of Pages310
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21241448M
    ISBN 100300037058

    Teenage pregnancy occurs in a woman 19 years of age or younger. A woman can get pregnant if she has vaginal sex with a man at any age after she’s begun having regular monthly periods. Discover   Latin America and the Caribbean had the highest unintended pregnancy rate in the report, at 58 percent. But both areas are not developed and industrialized, at least per the U.N.’s

    In the past decade teenage pregnancy has become a key policy area in several industrialized countries. During the s, both Britain and the USA identified teenage pregnancy as a national public health issue, alongside cardiovascular disease, cancer and mental health, requiring targeted interventions. 1, 2 A reason for this concern was that rates of teenage pregnancy were perceived to be   Teenage pregnancy rate in US higher than western industrialized countries ; WASHINGTON, D.C. - The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) is committed

    In , the number of births to teenage mothers was , — a birth rate of per 1, women aged 15 to In , the birth rate among adolescent females was births per 1, females (down approximately 46% since ). Progress in Teen Pregnancy Prevention Major decrease in teen births between – In industrialized countries, teenage pregnancies are often put in special focus. This is because of possible socioeconomic, educational, but also medical ://


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Richard A Aronson Teenage Pregnancy in Industrialized Countries Teenage Pregnancy in Industrialized Countries Sonenstein, Freya L. Elise F. Jones, Jacqueline Darroch Forrest, Noreen Goldman. Stanley Henshaw, Richard Lincoln, Jeannie I. Rosoff, Charles F.

Westoff, and Deirdre Wulf, Teenage Pregnancy in Industrialized Countries (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, ), /teenage-pregnancy-in-industrialized-countries-j0zZMOvD1e.

Jacqueline Darroch Forrest is the author of Teenage Pregnancy in Industrialized Countries ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ) Teenage pregnancy in industrialized countries: a study sponsored by the Alan Guttmacher Institute ; Elise F. Jones, study director [et al.] Yale University Press, c Teenage pregnancy is a problem that plagues both developed and developing countries.

The rate of teen pregnancy in the United States has decreased by 25% from tobut they still have the highest rate among developed ://   developing countries.

The characteristics of young mothers are common across the regions of the world: Little education,-Rural dwelling,-Low income. Source: Growing up global: The Changing Transitions to Adulthood in Developing Countries (National Research Council, ).

/pdf/Adolescent-pregnancy-Camacho-Chandra-Moulipdf. Teenage Pregnancy Robin Deel Professor Wall Sociology 15 April Teen Pregnancy Teen pregnancy is one of the most popular topics everywhere today. The United States has the highest rate of teen pregnancy in the western industrialized world.

(Kendall,p. ) Teens today have the mindset that “I’m just having a baby not a nuclear weapon”. Pregnancy rates among teens worldwide are inclusive of teenage girls who become pregnant before reaching the age of 20, whether they are single or married. Due to many of the potential negative outcomes from it, teen pregnancy is seen as a major societal issue in the majority of countries teenage pregnancy in industrialized countries.

new haven, londen: yale university press. XIV, p., 25 :// Elise F. Jones, Jacqueline Darroch Forrest, Noreen Goldman, Stanley Henshaw, Richard Lincoln, Jeannie I. Rosoff, Charles F. Westoff, and Deirdre Wulf,   Teenage pregnancies and teenage motherhood are a cause for concern worldwide.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), about 16 million girls aging between 15 and 19 years and about one million girls younger than 15 years give birth every year [].Nowadays, the vast majority of teenage pregnancies occur in low- and middle-income countries characterized by poor health-care services Pregnancy Rates in Selected Countries.

The United States leads most developed nations in the rate of teenage pregnancy (Albert, ; GI, b). A comparison of eight countries indicates that the U.S. pregnancy rate is two or more times higher than the rates in all other comparable countries, except the Russian Federation (Figure ).

Teenage pregnancy in industrialized countries: a study / sponsored by the Alan Guttmacher Institute ; Elise F. Jones, study director [et al.] 資料形態: 図書 形態: xiv, p. ; 25 Teenage Pregnancy had been a worldwide issue, and has raised large numbers of campaigns and awareness to lessen its occurrence.

The total number of this phenomenon is increasing each ://   substantially higher pregnancy rates and birthrates than do teens in other Western industrialized countries (see chart).

The adolescent pregnancy rate in the United States, for example, is nearly twice that in Canada and Great Britain and approximately four times that in France and Sweden. Moreover, teen birthrates have   JONES, Elise F. et alii. - Teenage Pregnancy in Industrialized Countries. A Study Sponsored by the Alan Guttmacher Institute.

New Haven and London, Yale University Press,p. Cet ouvrage du Alan Guttmacher Institute rend compte de certains résultats des recherches sur la grossesse à l'adolescence, menées au sein de cet :// Teenage pregnancy in industrialized countries a study sponsored by the Alan Guttmacher Institute   In recent decades adolescent pregnancy has become an important health issue in a great number of countries, both developed and developing.

However, pregnancy in adolescence (i.e. in a girl ;sequence=1. Despite a decrease in recent years, the rate of teenage pregnancy in the United States continues to be higher than that in other western industrialized ://While there are many factors that influence teenage pregnancy rates, the number one cause for teenage pregnancy will never change — unprotected sex.

The United States saw a drop in teen pregnancy of 7 percent from tobut the U.S. number of teen pregnancies is still higher than in most industrialized ://Teenage pregnancy rates (births plus abortions), by age, for the six countries in are shown in Figure ; the US rates were dramatically higher, especially for the younger teenagers, while The Netherlands showed noticeably lower rates for all ages.

Sweden had higher teenage abortion rates than the other countries, with the notable