Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenting: Findings from a Racially Diverse Sample

By Patricia L. East; Marianne E. Felice | Go to book overview

Subject Index

A
Abortion, 111, 119, 123
of subsequent pregnancies among adolescents, 30, 32, 35-36, 123
U.S. adolescent abortion rates, 1, 3
Abstinence promotion, 127
The Adolescent Family Life Act, 1
Adoption, 111, 118, 119
AFDC (see Aid to Families With Dependent Children)
Age (see Age of child, Father of baby, Maternal age)
Age of child
and mothers' parenting, 55, 60-61
Aid to Families With Dependent Children (see also Governmental assistance, Welfare)
recipients in San Diego County, 6
recipients in UCSD Teen OB Follow-Up Study, 9, 15, 112
Anemia, 18-20
Antibodies, 18
RH Negative, 18-19
Rubella negative, 18-19
Apgar scores, 15-18, 21-28
at 5 minutes, 16-18, 21-28
at 1 minute, 16, 18, 21, 22, 24, 26
Asians
adolescent birthrate in California among, 5-6
adolescent birthrate in U.S. among, 3-4
percent of population in San Diego County, 5

B
Birth control (see Contraceptive use)
Birthweight(s), 14-28, 122-123
low, 14-16, 18, 27-28, 123
Blacks
adolescent birthrate in California among, 5, 6
adolescent birthrate in San Diego County among, 6
adolescent pregnancy and birthrate in U.S. among, 2-4
high rates of sexual activity among, 3
percent of population in San Diego County, 5
strong kin ties among, 67, 95
Bleeding, vaginal, 19

C
Caesarian Section, 19-20
California
adolescent pregnancy, abortion, and birthrates in, 3, 5-6
Cephalopelvic disproportion, 20
Child abuse and neglect (see also Physical punishment)
links with adolescent mothers' patenting, 43, 49, 53
risk of by adolescent mothers, 59, 131
Child acceptance, 44, 49, 53-62, 124
Child-care assistance (see also Father of baby, Grandmother child-care assistance)
and repeat pregnancy, 34, 37-38
Child-care involvement by adolescent mothers, 41, 47, 50, 52-56, 58-60, 62, 66, 68, 70, 73, 78, 81-85, 88-89, 93-94, 97-98
Child expectations, 41, 43, 46, 48, 54, 56-57, 59, 61-62, 93
Child support, 104, 110, 112-113, 118
Childbearing motivations and repeat pregnancy, 30, 39
Children's outcomes, 41-42, 51-52, 58, 61-63, 105, 119, 124-125
and maternal age, 86-87, 95-96
racial differences in, 68, 86-88, 95-96
Commitment to parenting role (see Parenting commitment)
Community clinics, 7-8, 106, 112
Contraceptive use, 2-3, 127, 131

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