• Teenage Runaway
    LITERATURE REVIEW POVERTY, HOMELESSNESS AND TEENAGE PREGNANCY February 2006 Prepared for: First Steps Housing Project, Inc. Saint John, NB Prepared by: Evaluation Designs Ltd. Fredericton, N. B. Funding for this Literature Review was provided by First Steps Housing Project Inc...
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  • FACTORS AFFECTING THE LEVEL OF COMPLIANCE OF GATEKEEPERS ON THE REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH EDUCATION OF ADOLESCENCE IN LEGAZPI HOPE CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL
    gatekeepers in terms of gender. 2. Identify personal and situational factors that affect the provision of ASRH education among gatekeepers. 3. Enumerate factors that affect the provision of ASRH education among gatekeepers (i.e., parents) along: a. Prior related behavior b. Personal factors c...
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  • Premarital Sex: Age Bracket and Factors Influencing It
    diseases (STD), increasing risk of HIV/AIDS, domestic violence, and tobacco and alcohol abuse (Algaa, 2000). In many developing countries, adolescents rarely discuss sexual matters explicitly with their parents because of cultural taboos. Thus, most information comes from peers of the same sex who may...
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  • Thesis
    RELATED LITERATURE Alcohol is an age old problem that has plague humanity even before the birth of christ, since then, surveys and facts have been gathered from time to time again stating the status of alcoholism among nations. One such study (cohn, 2000) stated that on southeast asia...
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  • Teenage Pregnancy
    is drinking alcohol before the intercourse. The findings further suggest that the men that have a history of sexual or physical abuse are two times more likely to impregnate a teen girl. As a suggestion, this study shows the importance of controlling abuse in order to prevent teenage pregnancy...
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  • Is It Socialy and Culturally Acceptable for Australian Teenagers to Binge Drink?
    likelihood of teenage alcohol abuse. Results illustrate that a steady balanced upbringing for a growing child has a positive effect on future life decisions. Alcohol is the most widely used drug used by Australians. Studies by the Australian Bureau of statistic show alcohol consumption in the mid 90...
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  • Influence of Drugs to Youngsters
    addition, early adolescent marijuana use is related to later adolescent problems that limit the acquisition of skills necessary for employment and heighten the risks of contracting HIV and abusing legal and illegal substances. All teenage drug abuse can have immediate and long-term health and social...
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  • Teen Pregnancy
    risk for medical complications for both mother and child. Pregnant teenagers lack education in what causes fetal damage such as, nutrition, alcohol and substance abuse, prenatal care, and sexually transmitted diseases. Pregnant teens can also have many psychological and emotional reactions...
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  • drug
    substance abuse. Hawkins, Catalano, and Miller (1992) cite research indicating that a low level of commitment to education and higher truancy rates appear to be related to substance use among adolescents. Cognitive and behavioral problems experienced by alcohol- and drug-using youth may interfere with...
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  • Child Sexual Abuse: a Precursor for Recreational Drug Abuse Among Young Adult Women
    consumption, experience of alcohol-related problems and use of illicit drugs. 12.5% of women and 11.7% of men reported that they had experienced sexual abuse before the age of 16. For both sexes, abuse by non-family members was rather more common than abuse by someone within the family. (Plant et...
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  • Essay about Alcoholism and Drug Addiction
    more and more alcohol to feel "drunk" * Alcohol withdrawal symptoms when you haven't had a drink for a while * Alcohol-related illnesses such as alcoholic liver disease. Teenage Drinking Facts Signs of Drinking by students in college and universities The following signs could be...
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  • Effects of Having a Broken Family on the Academic Performance of the Fourth Year Students
    , techniques, and actions that will help the students in achieving the greatest possible educational outcome. CHAPTER 2 RELATED LITERATURE In a study by Gottfried, Fleming, and Gotfried (1998), home environment was found to have a statistically positive and significant effect on...
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  • Drinking and Driving
    1 DECREASING BAC LEVEL AND MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS The reduction of the blood alcohol content can reduce the number of motor vehicle related death of teenage drivers. Michael Ochakovsky Hofstra University 2 DECREASING...
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  • Alcohol Awareness
    from this study show that alcohol abuse leads to nearly 600,000 students injured, an equal number of assaults y intoxicated students and nearly 100,000 sexual assaults (Hingson et al., 2005). 3.2 Related behaviors In the environmental analysis above, a number of behaviors have already been...
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  • Tittle
    abuse in the last year. A literature in the United States found that women were 13 times more likely than men to seek medical attention due to injuries related to spousal abuse (Benda, Brent, and Corwin, Rober, 2010). Women are more likely than men to be murdered by an intimate partner. Of those...
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  • Bill
    on Alcohol and Tobacco Products” that aims to update excise taxes that remain at 1997 rates. This papers aims to study the effects of the said bill in the Philippines by the use of frequency distribution as the statistical tool to find the percentage in terms of age, gender, socio-economic status...
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  • The Causes and Effects of Pre-Marital Sex
    A. Sex B. Adolescents and Puberty III. Causes A. Friends’ Influences B. Family C. Drugs and Alcoholism D. Boy- Girl Relationships E. Media F. Temptation G. Sexual Abuse H. Confident of Contraceptives I...
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  • Juenile Delinquency in Trinidad and Tobago
    . 2. Crime 3. School Drop Out 4. Drug and Alcohol Abuse C. Solutions for Juvenile Delinquency 1. Family Intervention 2. Peer Counselling 3. Education V. Psychological Perspectives of Juvenile Delinquency in Trinidad and Tobago. A. Effects of Juvenile Delinquency...
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  • Pregnancy Among College Students
    serum and the inactive forms present in non-pregnancy blood serum. Since, teen mothers are more disadvantage, on average their than same age counterpart. Teenage pregnancies are often associated with an increased rate of delinquent behavior including alcohol and substance abuse. To...
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  • Media Literacy
    leading cause for drinking, smoking, and using illegal drugs. Studies have shown that teenage girls who abuse drugs and alcohol are more likely to have sex. Twenty-three percent of sexually active ninth-grade girls had use alcohol or drugs during sex. Nearly one quarter have had unprotected sex...
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