• Teenage Pregnancy
    clinical settings to increase adolescent females’ self-esteem. Journal of Family Issues, 24 (7), 895-907. Plotnik, R.D., (1992). The effects of attitudes on teenage premarital pregnancy and its resolution. American Sociological Review, 57 (6), 800-811. Porter, J. R., & Washington, R. E., (1979). Black...
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  • Sociology notes
     imagine that you have just been elected Prime Minister of Canada. Your first campaign pledge was to reduce crime. Using one or more of the sociological analytical theories, explain what policy initiatives you would favour to reduce crime levels. Remember to use sociologcal terms to explain your...
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  • Uwo Psych 2075 Chap 10
    * Adolescents are not consistent in using contraceptive to prevent unwanted pregnancy * 2.5 % of Canadian teenager became a mother (2005) * The rate of teenage pregnancy in Canada is less than half that of the United States and England and Wales, but significantly higher than France...
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  • Comparing Conflict Theory to Social Control Theory
    . Take teenage pregnancy for instance (“Sociological Imagination”). Under the suggestion made by Mills, underage mothers should be able to recognize that they are not the only ones who are dealing with the same problem. This is a large-scale public concern that faces young girls in almost every...
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  • Explain Juvenile Delinquency in Terms of Hirschi”S Social Bonding Theory, with Special Reference to the Case Study
    involve society in some way, as with the sociological notion that norms are internalized, then the theory is said to be a "social" control theory, and is most probably a social bond theory.  Most control theories, however, are a blend of psychiatric, psychological, and sociological ideas.  The most...
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  • Teen Pregnancy
    sociological imagination? We are going to discuss being an unmarried pregnant teenage girl and the impact that it has on society. Teen Pregnancy What is social imagination? Social imagination is when you are able to discern the relationship social forces and individual actions. This term was...
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  • Culture of Aids
    Crimp. Then we will look into the relation between HIV/AIDS and religion which is often controversial topic. Finally we will end with a totally different aspect, which is the recent link between crime and HIV/AIDS. A study of teenage pregnancy carried out by the Guttmacher Institute indicated that...
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  • Ready
    new later mothers apply to these trends. Next will be how this is being accomplished and what the trends are. Finally, from a sociological perspective, micro and macro theories regarding delay of the onset of parenthood and what that means for the individuals, communities, and society. As will be...
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  • Teen Pregnancy and Reality Tv
    Teenage Pregnancy: Society’s Newest Trend After being raised with three sisters, I’ve come to notice that your typical teenage girl spends the majority of her time thinking about clothes, school, and boys. While I could be wrong about the clothes and school part, the numbers give me a leg to...
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  • From Theory and Research to Service - the Experience of Disseminating a Research Based Sex Education Programme.
    ). Holland et al. (1990) noted that the public fear of the spread of HIV/AIDS to heterosexual groups is cited as being responsible for the increasing concern for (young) people’s sexual conduct, health and well-being. More recently, the rates of teenage pregnancies (Connor 1997), sexually transmitted...
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  • Soc 204 Notes
    ▪ People whose parents are divorced are more likely to get divorced ▪ Teenage marriages have the highest divorce rates; 20s have a lower divorce rate; older than that, have the lowest divorce rate ▪ Premarital pregnancy, and cohabitation all have higher divorce rates...
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  • unemployment
    fathers earn more or less than either married fathers or men with neither children nor a wife. Hence, we will confine our discussion of teenage pregnancy to the economic causes and consequences for women. Duncan and Hoffman (1991) estimate the probability of a young African American woman giving...
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  • Teen Pregnancy
    Teen Pregnancy Abstract In this paper we will discuss teen pregnancy. I will discuss my daughter becoming pregnant and what we did to help her. We will also discuss our own sociological imagination using our connection between individual experience and the social impact of this issue. We will...
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  • Globalization Theory: Its Lopsidedness by Ojo Adeseun Oluwafemi
    ), cultural degradation and subjugation especially, developing countries cultural erosion, increase demand for migration, teenage pregnancies through advertisement of pornographic materials on the internet, promotion of prostitution and abortion and lesbianism or gay marriage just to mention but a few...
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  • DD201 summary notes
    teenage pregnancy are used as official and commercial examples. Audiocassettes AC 1 - Examines how radio helps to shape the everyday life of its audience. AC 2 - Looks at the links between music and their role in everyday life. AC 3 - Outlines different methods of sociological inquiry and...
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  • The Sociological Viewpoint Toward Social Problems
    the most important is an increase in parent’s willingness to not only bring the issue up and discuss it with their children, but also allowing educators to address the issue in schools. One can apply the concept of sociological imagination to the social problem of teen pregnancy. Almost everyone...
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  • Naure of social bonding and criminal behaviour :A review In the Context of Bangladesh
    : Current theories (pp. 149-197).New York: Cambridge University Press. Chava Frankfort-Nachmias ;(1997): “Research Methods in the Social Sciences”: J W Arrowsmith Ltd, Britol: Great Britin Danziger, S. K. (1995). Family life and teenage pregnancy in the inner-city: Experiences of African...
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  • Intergenerational Cylce of Adolscent Pregnancy
    pregnancy. Retrieved February 1, 2011, from Conference Papers - American Sociological Association: EBSCO host Bruce Ellis, J. B. (2003). Does father absence place daughters at special risk for early sexual activity and teenage pregnancy? Child Development , 74 (3), 801-821. Connolly, C. (2005, April...
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  • Social Life of Early Parenthood
    and economic literatures have argued that the adverse effects of teenage childbearing primarily reflect unmeasured family background rather than the true consequences of a teen birth (Geronimus, 1992). Some social critics argue that because pregnancy limits a teenager’s opportunities for education...
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  • Sociolgical Imagination
    his organization conducted in 2009, a vast majority (eighty-seven percent) of teens who watched the MTV show 16 and Pregnant reported that they felt the show helped demonstrate to them the true hardships that teenage pregnancy can bring to both girls and boys. In contrast, very few (seventeen...
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