Predictor Variables of Teenage Pregnancy and Effectiveness of Prevention Programs
Predictor Variables of Teenage Pregnancy and Effectiveness of Prevention Programs.
Each year approximately one million U.S. teenagers become pregnant -- 11 percent of all women aged 15 to 19 and 20 percent of those who are sexually active become pregnant (AGI, 1998). There are many researched predictor variables associated with teenage pregnancy. Included are self-perception, household statistics, child abuse, athleticism, and intent. This research report highlights these trends of indicators or teenage pregnancy in addition to the effectiveness of a variety of different pregnancy pr…
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