When children want children: the urban crisis of teenage childbearing

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William Morrow, 1989 - Social Science - 270 pages
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Challenging the complacent belief that teenage pregnancy is the result of un-informed, naive children indulging in sex without any knowledge of the potential results, the author provides a shocking look at why children choose to have children. Photos.

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Very unlike Rosa Lee, in that this book reads like an account of Dash's experiences rather than a telling of the young women's stories. He did well abandoning this approach in Rosa Lee. Read full review

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