Teenage pregnancy and adolescent risk-taking : the influence of alienation, feminist ideology, contraceptice orientation, socioeconomic status, and traditional/fundamentalist religion upon the adolescent woman's decision whether to contracept / by Beth


1981.

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Subjects Contraception -- Psychological aspects.
Contraception -- Religious aspects.
Teenage girls -- Psychology.
Teenage pregnancy -- Psychological aspects.
Description ix, 271 leaves : ill. ; 29 cm.
Notes Copy 2: Microfiche. University Microfilms order no. 81-28327.
Diss. Abstracts: 42: 3308A, Jan. 1982.
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Bibliography: leaves 253-271.
Thesis/Dissertation Thesis (Ph. D.) -- American University, 1981. (Sociology)
Network Numbers (OCoLC)08129749
(OCoLC)8129749
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