June 3, 2012
Results and Conclusion of Research Process
The purpose of this paper is to further analyze the study done on trends in teen pregnancy rates from 1996-2006, a comparison of Canada, Sweden, United States, and England. The items of discussion include data collection methods, data analysis procedures, qualitative, quantitative data, and study findings. Results: Data Collection Methods
The data collection methods used in this article uses data for the years of 1996-2006 using inputs of live births and induced abortions for teenagers age 15-19 that live in Canada, Sweden, United States, and England. Data method used in Canada is from statistics Canada called CANISM, data method used for Sweden were from multiple sources from statistics of Sweden data included 1,000 women ages 15-19 and the calculations used was number of births to females under 19 years old. The United States data collection method included live births and induced abortions from the source National Center for Health Statistics report. England data collection method is based on live births and induces abortions from Office of National Statics. This data collection method is appropriate for this article because it includes variations that were calculated by making comparison between the four countries in the trends of teen pregnancy and abortion rates based on 1,000 females ages 15-19 over a given years span of 10 years. Reliability and validity demonstrate communication of the research process and the trustworthiness of the findings that were conducted. Research is helpful and should avoid misleading those who use it, reliability should be easy to understand and demonstrate validity is a subtle concept it measures accurately providing useful and trustworthy findings (Roberts, Priest, & Traynor, 2006). The data resources listed above were necessary for calculations of trends of teen pregnancy comparison of the four...