Teen Pregnancy

TEEN PREGNANCY 6

TeenPregnancy

AnnotatedBibliography

Gillham,B. (2010). Thefacts about teenage pregnancies.London: Bloomsbury Publishing

Theliterature is a summary of research data and figures compiled in aperiod of three decades by the government, non-governmentalorganizations and health care centers. The author focuses on teenpregnancy trends in Europe. He asserts that early pregnancy leadspoor quality life, financial stress and emotional instability thatmay result into abuse, and in worst circumstances child neglect.

Theliterature is credible because the author uses authoritativeinformation collected by the government and institutions that dealsdirectly with the children. Furthermore, he uses evidence acquiredfrom major public hospitals to draw the conclusions of the teenpregnancy on both the young one, the mother and the girl’s family.

Baker,P., &amp Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (GreatBritain). (2007). Teenagepregnancy and reproductive health.London: RCOG Press.

Thebook explores teenage pregnancy and sexuality from the regional,historical and international viewpoints. Professional authors in thefield inquire whether the problem should be classified as either anobstetric or a social problem. In addition, they also evaluate thesignificance of human diets and the contribution to the issue. On thesame note, the authors analyze efficient strategies that can help tocurb escalation of the problem. Some of the major solutions proposedinclude provision of sex and contraceptives education. The textargues that many teenagers become pregnant because they lackpotential knowledge on efficient methods to avoid the problem.

Theresource findings are credible because it the information is ananalysis conducted by a team of medical experts from Britain. Thefindings are valuable to the entire societies in the world affectedby high teenage pregnancy issues. Furthermore, the authors explorethe dangers that face expectant teenagers and their unborn.Subsequently, the findings are valuable to all the organizationsinvolved in the administration of health and the wellbeing of theadolescents.

Cherry,A. L. (2001). Teenagepregnancy: A global view.Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Theobjective of this resource is to provide a cross-cultural viewpointof common factors that cause teenage expectancies among the younggirls. The author evaluates the diverse methods that assortedcultures deal with the problem, the latest trend changes and thecurrent changes concerning the problem. Besides, the resourceestablished the diverse methods that distinct communities have put inplace to suppress the problem. Readers will learn several methodsranging from the social approach applied in mainly in the west suchas educating the youth concerning responsible sexual behavior, to themoderate programs that advocate implementation of policies thatprotect the girls from situations that may expose to the risk as wellas the primitive methods of chasing the victims away.

Theresource will contribute critical information to the research, as itproposes a wide variety of strategies that stakeholders responsiblefor suppressing the menace can use to eliminate the problem. Inaddition, it will give incites on the way the problem is viewed andsolved from political, social and economic perspective.

Leishman,J. L., &amp Moir, J. (2007). Pre-teenand teenage pregnancy: A twenty-first century reality.Keswick: M &amp K Publishers.

Thebook explores the diverse challenges that teenage motherhood poses tothe UK and the entire world. The information in the book is intendedfor midwives, teachers, nurses, social workers and doctors. Besides,it is suitable for professionals in reproductive and sexual health.

Thecontent will improve the research in through provision of overviewinformation regarding the benefits of the sexually activeindividuals. Besides, it will increase the scope of the researchthrough offering a solution to the problem that is derived fromhealthcare perspective.

Miller,B. A. (1999). Teenagepregnancy and poverty: The economic realities.New York, NY: Rosen Pub. Group.

Thebook aims at establishing teen pregnancy challenges and the differentways they affect the families involved. In addition, the bookcompares the development difference of children that bear their firstchildren as teenagers with their colleagues who conceive first duringadulthood. Consequently, he also investigates the probability thatteenage pregnancy enhances poverty and general poor performance ofthe economy since young girls often drop out of school in earlyyears.

Thetext will contribute to the research data through exploration of theafterlife of many teenagers. It will help to give evidence of theirchances of completing college education and living a normal life thatis free from stress and other psychological problems associated withsocietal stigma as well as substance abuse.

Langille,D.B. (2007). Teenage pregnancy: trends, contributing factors and thephysician`s role. CanadianMedical Association Journal, 176 (11):1601–1602. doi: 10.1503/cmaj.070352.

Theresource gives comprehensive details on vulnerability and the factorsthat enhance teenage pregnancy. Besides, it addresses the function ofthe physicians in controlling teenage pregnancies among the youngones. The essay also outlines possible health complications thatinfants born by teenage mothers are likely to experience.

Theresource is essential to the research because it evaluates thefrequency of teenage pregnancy, the role of healthcare officers andthe consequences of the status. Besides, it also outlines possiblecauses of the problem, as well as potential methods to curbrecurrence of the issue.

Spencer,N. (2001). The social patterning of teenage pregnancy. Journalof Epidemiol Community Health, 55(5). doi:10.1136/jech.55.1.5

Theresource summarizes the major concerns that have made teenagepregnancy a major issue in both UK and the entire world. It comparesthe fertility rate of the UK teenagers who bear children before theyreach eighteen years. The record is high since it stands at30.9/1000. However, the figure has drastically decreased because thesame statics were 49.7/ 1000 in the 1970s.

Theresource is relevant to the research because it evaluates the trendof teenage pregnancies and potential strategies the problem can becontrolled. Furthermore, the author details on efficient tactics thatpeople who are in direct contact with teenage mothers can use toremain supportive.

Roxas,K. (2008). Keepin` it real and relevant: providing a culturallyresponsive education to pregnant and parenting teens. MulticulturalEducation,web. Retrieved on April 28, 2015 fromhttps://www.questia.com/read/1P3-1478689421/keepin-it-real-and-relevant-providing-a-culturally

Thearticle addresses methods that parents of teens that are vulnerableto becoming expectant at early stages can use to curb the menace. Itcriticizes the white community that paints the minority girls asimmoral while at the same time suggesting techniques that both thegirls and the guardians of the teenagers are supposed to avoidunintended motherhood.

Themain significance of the resource would be providing efficient advicethat young girls can use to reduce vulnerability to condition. Theessay argues that poverty, inequality, discrimination and inadequateknowledge of consequences of sex are all to blame for the highteenage expectancies. As such, the literature will provide positivestrategies to curb teen pregnancies through direct sexual educationto the teenagers.

Dangal,G. (2004). AnUpdate on Teenage Pregnancy.TheInternet Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics,5, web. Retrieved on April 28, 2015 fromhttps://ispub.com/IJGO/5/1/5586

Thearticle summarizes the effects of teen pregnancy, especially thenegative consequences to the mother and the child. The authorattributes the challenge to both the developed and developingnations. As a result, the resource claims that early childhoodpregnancies often result into complications to the girls.

Thearticle will boost the research information as it gives elaboratedetails on the best ways to curb adolescents’ pregnancies. Theauthor uses information from reliable sources such as governmentdatabases and peer-reviewed publications to approve their assertions.

References

Baker,P., &amp Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (GreatBritain). (2007). Teenagepregnancy and reproductive health.London: RCOG Press.

Cherry,A. L. (2001). Teenagepregnancy: A global view.Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Gillham,B. (2010). Thefacts about teenage pregnancies.London: Bloomsbury Publishing

Langille,D.B. (2007). Teenage pregnancy: trends, contributing factors and thephysician`s role. CanadianMedical Association Journal, 176 (11):1601–1602. doi: 10.1503/cmaj.070352.

Leishman,J. L., &amp Moir, J. (2007). Pre-teenand teenage pregnancy: A twenty-first century reality.Keswick: M &amp K Publishers.

Miller,B. A. (1999). Teenagepregnancy and poverty: The economic realities.New York, NY: Rosen Pub. Group.

Roxas,K. (2008). Keepin` it real and relevant: providing a culturallyresponsive education to pregnant and parenting teens. MulticulturalEducation,web. Retrieved on April 28, 2015 fromhttps://www.questia.com/read/1P3-1478689421/keepin-it-real-and-relevant-providing-a-culturally

Spencer,N. (2001). The social patterning of teenage pregnancy. Journalof Epidemiol Community Health, 55(5). doi:10.1136/jech.55.1.5