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How might a family's socioeconomic status contribute to teenagers becoming parents?

If you could design a teen pregnancy prevention program what would it look like?

Describe how you would involve parents, teens, schools, and community organizations.

What influence might previous child sexual abuse and/or placement in foster care have on teenagers who become parents?

What do you think about the idea that in some families, teens are encouraged to have babies so the family can get government assistance?

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Doctor_Ralph
School: Boston College

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Running head: TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION

Teen Pregnancy Prevention
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TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION

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Teen pregnancy prevention
Teen pregnancy is a common problem all over the world. As reported by CDC (2017),
as many as 229,715 babies were born by females aged between 15 and 19 years in 2015 alone.
However, this problem is one of the many that are affected by socioeconomic status. In a
recent research, teens from low socioeconomic backgrounds were reported to be at a high risk
as a result of lack of basic requirements such as access to contraceptives and other safer
methods of pregnancy prevention (Penman-Aguilar, Carter, Snead & Kourtis, 2013). At the
same time, low socioeconomic status is closely associated with poor access to education,
which mea...

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Anonymous
Thanks, good work

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