• Pregnancy Among College Students
    awareness to young adults and to educate them about the causes and effects of early pregnancy. This study will be conducted to hundred college students with sixteen to twenty of age in Our Lady of Fatima University Valenzuela Campus and other young adults during the second semester of academic year...
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  • How effective are government strategies in responding to Teens pregnancy in United Kingdom
    Topic related: Teenage Pregnancy Exclusion Criteria: Foreign Language Ethical Consideration: No ethical consideration in this research proposal as this is not pertaining to or dealing with morals or principles of morality, or pertaining to right or wrong conduct. It is completely literature...
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  • Socioeconomic Consequences of Early Childbearing
    literature review is to better understand how socioeconomic factors are related to the incidence of teen pregnancy and how the negative consequences of teen pregnancy are linked to socioeconomic disadvantage. Methodology This paper reviews findings from both Canadian and U.S. studies which have...
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  • Teenagers
    to undereighteens in these areas.This thesis aims to explore the processes which lead to early pregnancy and parenthood, informed by a narrative research perspective. Guided by the noted absence in the literature of research that attends to the contextualised experiences of young women who become...
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  • Socio-Economic Status Affecting the Early Teenage Pregnancy
    profile of the respondents has no relationship about the pregnancy. Therefore, the hypothesis that the profile of the respondents is related to the early teenage pregnancy is rejected. 3. The researchers have found out that the socio-economic status is not significantly related to the teenagers in...
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  • Coping Strategies on Psychological Effect of Teenage Pregnancy
    , you will know the different psychological effects of teenage pregnancy and what are their coping strategies they utilized. This research paper will also enlighten the readers especially those who are young about the consequences that they would be experiencing once they’ve got pregnant at an early age...
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    – refers to Sexually Transmitted Infections STDS – refers to Transmitted Diseases Bibliography CHAPTER II-REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE The purpose of this section of the study is to provide a review of relevant literature that focuses on questions related to teenage pregnancy. The...
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  • Project Mis
    making an informative decision about many issues related to the couple’s life and especially the pregnancy issue, from helping them in dealing with the phase of having unexpected pregnancy to the phase of recovering from the abortion trauma. The URL of the website is http://www.pccnortheast.org. Through...
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  • research proposal on teenager pregnancy in developing countries
    friends. Secondly, there is lack of knowledge about sexuality, pregnancy and use of contraception. Thirdly, adolescents initiate sexual activity very early. RESEARCH RATIONALE Little attention has been given to psychological variables and processes that predict the occurrence of teenage pregnancy...
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  • Unplanned Teenage Pregnancy
    , as well as current knowledge about effective strategies in teenage pregnancy prevention. The impact of teenage parenthood on parents and children and ways of supporting pregnant and parenting young women was also explored. The review relied predominantly on Australian literature in order to reflect...
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  • Research Papaer
    discussion of teenage pregnancy and childbirth therefore, tends to characterise the problem as mainly a feature of the poor segment of society. Besides, a literature review (Lewis, 2006; 2009) shows that aside poverty, factors such as early exposure to sexual activity, lack of sex education, weak...
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  • Teenage Runaway
    Steps Housing Project, Inc. 46 Fredericton, NB Saint John, NB Literature Review Residential Homes education, and pregnancy prevention services. About 50% provided mental health services and about 20% offered medical services. Some provide mentors, services for fathers, outreach to families...
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  • Social Life of Early Parenthood
    situation. This is to know better about social life of early parents. Definition of Terms 1. Relationship - a particular type of connection existing between people related to or having dealings with each other. 2. Social exclusion - the failure of society to provide certain individuals and...
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  • Obesity Annotated Bibliography
    obesity. Nutrition in pregnancy and early childhood and associations with obesity in developing countries. Concerns about the increasing rates of obesity in developing countries have led many policy makers to question the impacts of maternal and early child nutrition on risk of later obesity. The...
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  • Girls Education
    | Pregnancies | | 15.69 | Early marriages | | 1 1.76 | Social cultural attitudes and various values attached to female Education | | 15.69 | Poor administration | | 3.92 | 21 Culture has it that certain courses are a preserve for men e.g. computer, mathematics and science related courses...
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  • Antenatal care seeking behavior among mothers in a periurban community
    constitute a special risk group. Every year about 200 millions women become pregnant worldwide. Each year at least half a million women die from pregnancy related complications and 99% of them in developing countries . According to the WHO, nearly half of all maternal deaths occur in South Asia, India...
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  • The Impact of Alcohol on Prenatal and Post-Natal Development
    women will not find out that they are pregnant during the early weeks of their gestation cycle according to Wedding, D. et al. (2007) shares this in his article. Moreover, Nurse Thomas was able to convey that even though there are educational warnings about alcohol in relation to pregnancy women...
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  • Research on Tobacco Smoking
    that quitting smoking it is a difficult process. Even so, many pregnant women give up smoking for good during pregnancy. Moreover, pregnant women who give up smoking early in pregnancy and who receive encouragement from their partners and from midwives are most likely to be successful in becoming...
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  • Pregnancy and Employment a Literature Review
    pregnancy and childbirth on women’s employment experiences, including an assessment of pregnancy-related discrimination in Ireland, and how these experiences are shaped by organisational factors and women’s attitudes and characteristics. While there is a very substantial literature on the impact of...
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  • Effects of Early Marriage
    CHAPTER 2 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE The review of the literature for this study focuses on the effects of early marriage to the young people. The main problem about early marriage focuses on financial ones. Young couple is just depressed by their low income. Lack of proper education...
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