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Background of the study In evaluating the effect of change over time in the social construction of adolescent motherhood, we must take into consideration how the concept of ‘adolescence’ has changed over the past 60 years. Today we generally define adolescence as the time between 11 and 20 years (Wong & Perry, 1998, p.1096). Inherent in our perception of adolescence as a unique developmental stage are assumptions that include socially acceptable standards of behavior for this age group. Generally, these assumptions relate to a series of behaviors, that ‘progress’ from mild rebellion, engaging in risk taking behaviors, obtaining an education, choosing a career, and finally forming a family consisting of mother, father and children. A popular nursing text states that between the years 11 to 20, there is a transition in terms of sexual development from “limited intimacy...[to]...a decisive turn toward heterosexuality...[to]...dating as a male-female pair” (Wong & Perry, 1998, p.1

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Chapter IIntroductionBackground of the studyIn evaluating the effect of change over time in the social construction of adolescent motherhood, we must take into consideration how the concept of adolescence has changed over the past 60 years. Today we generally define adolescence as the time between 11 and 20 years (Wong & Perry, 1998, p.1096). Inherent in our perception of adolescence as a unique developmental stage are assumptions that include socially acceptable standards of behavior for this age group. Generally, these assumptions relate to a series of behaviors, that progress from mild rebellion, engaging in risk taking behaviors, obtaining an education, choosing a career, and finally forming a family consisting of mother, father and children. A popular nursing text states that between the years 11 to 20, there is a transition in terms of sexual development from limited intimacy...[to]...a decisive turn toward heterosexuality...[to]...dating as a male-female pair (Wong & Perry, 1998, p.1096). This means that parenting must wait until social maturity, often associated with financial security, is achieved. Benner (1994) explains that theories of adolescent development over the past forty years have thus presented the tasks of adolescence and the tasks; of motherhood to be in opposition because of the teens failure to first achieve autonomy and become a differentiated self (p. 143). Less than one hundred years

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