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When Teenage Girls Become Mothers

  • Couverture cartonnée
  • 140 Nombre de pages
Most portrayals in the media, research and clinical literature of teenage pregnancy and motherhood concentrate on the negative con... Lire la suite
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Most portrayals in the media, research and clinical literature of teenage pregnancy and motherhood concentrate on the negative consequences for the teenager, the baby and society. Although these portrayals do capture the experience of some of the cases, they fail to grasp the complexity of these teenagers life choices and the alternative positive impact teenage pregnancy and motherhood may have on their lives. This qualitative study focuses on the autobiographical narrative of the teenager as she experiences pregnancy and becomes a mother. The sample consists of eight participants from a rural community outside Stellenbosch, South Africa. One pre-birth interview as well as three interviews after the birth of the baby were audio taped and transcribed. Responses showed significant data with regards to the impact of the emotional experience of teenage pregnancy and motherhood on the teenager, as well as her experience of herself, changes in her life as well as the nature of the pregnancy and motherhood experience. To date, the literature does not account for the unique and individual nature of how teenage pregnancy and motherhood impacts the individual.

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The author studied Psychology in SA. A passion for teenage girls arose to understand and equip them to make good choices. Today Anne-Marie's company is Character Transformation,morally regenerating SA through moral values. This book marks the foundation of a significant journey which eventually led to her calling -making SA and the world a better place

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Titre: When Teenage Girls Become Mothers
Sous-titre: Teenage Girls' Experiences Of Pregnancy And Motherhood
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Code EAN: 9783845422671
ISBN: 978-3-8454-2267-1
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Genre: Sciences sociales en général
nombre de pages: 140
Poids: 225g
Taille: H220mm x B150mm x T8mm
Année: 2011

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