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When children become parents : welfare state responses to teenage pregnancy

Author: Anne Daguerre; Corinne Nativel
Publisher: Bristol : Policy Press, cop. 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Teenage parenthood is recognised as a significant disadvantage in western industrialised nations. It has been found to increase the likelihood of poverty and reinforce inequalities. This book  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anne Daguerre; Corinne Nativel
ISBN: 1861346794 9781861346797 1861346786 9781861346780
OCLC Number: 493747395
Description: 1 vol. (IX-253 p.) : arte. ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: the construction of teenage pregnancy as a social problem / Anne Daguerre with Corinne Nativel --
Young single mothers and 'welfare reform' in the US / Christine Carter McLaughlin and Kristin Luker --
Teenage pregnancy in New Zealand: changing social policy paradigms / Georg Menz --
Teenage pregnancy and parenthood in England / Anne Daguerre --
Approaches to teenage motherhood in Québec, Canada / Johanne Charbonneau --
Teenage pregnancy and reproductive politics in France / Corinne Nativel --
Early motherhood in Italy: explaining the 'invisibility' of a social phenomenon / Elisabetta Pernigotti and Elisabetta Ruspini --
Teenage reproductive behaviour in Denmark and Norway: lessons from the Nordic welfare state / Lisbeth B. Knudsen and Ann-Karin Valle --
Meeting the challenge of new teenage reproductive behaviour in Russia / Elena Ivanova --
Teenage pregnancy in Poland: between laissez-faire and religious backlash / Stephane Portet --
Conclusion: welfare states and the politics of teenage pregnancy: lessons from cross-national comparisons / Corinne Nativel with Anne Daguerre --
Statistical appendix:Teenage fertility in OECD countries.
Other Titles: Introduction: the construction of teenage pregnancy as a social problem / Anne Daguerre with Corinne Nativel.
Young single mothers and 'welfare reform' in the US / Christine Carter McLaughlin and Kristin Luker.
Teenage pregnancy in New Zealand: changing social policy paradigms / Georg Menz.
Teenage pregnancy and parenthood in England / Anne Daguerre.
Approaches to teenage motherhood in Québec, Canada / Johanne Charbonneau.
Teenage pregnancy and reproductive politics in France / Corinne Nativel.
Early motherhood in Italy: explaining the 'invisibility' of a social phenomenon / Elisabetta Pernigotti and Elisabetta Ruspini.
Teenage reproductive behaviour in Denmark and Norway: lessons from the Nordic welfare state / Lisbeth B. Knudsen and Ann-Karin Valle.
Meeting the challenge of new teenage reproductive behaviour in Russia / Elena Ivanova.
Teenage pregnancy in Poland: between laissez-faire and religious backlash / Stephane Portet.
Conclusion: welfare states and the politics of teenage pregnancy: lessons from cross-national comparisons / Corinne Nativel with Anne Daguerre.
Statistical appendix:Teenage fertility in OECD countries.
Responsibility: edited by Anne Daguerre and Corinne Nativel.

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"The title of this book is deliberately provocative... This is an important book because it takes the very current issue of teenage motherhood and places it firmly in a political and global context. Read more...

 
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