Childbearing Among Hispanics in the United States: An Annotated Bibliography

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Greenwood Press, 1987 - Health & Fitness - 167 pages

This comprehensive bibliography abstracts 364 articles concerning the fertility-related attitudes and behavior of Hispanics in the United States. Compiled as part of a research program designed to improve the knowledge of these topics among Hispanic adolescents, this carefully constructed reference surveys articles written during the past fifteen years on Hispanic attitudes concerning marital status, sexual activity, pregnancy, abortion, childbearing, and contraception. The work is organized into subject headings under the broad categories of Fertility Determinants, Pregnancy and Fertility, Fertility Regulation, Consequences of Childbearing, and General Topics.

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KATHERINE F. DARABI has lived and worked in Latin America and most recently has conducted research on adolescent pregnancy and childbearing in the United States, and is a faculty member at the Columbia University School of Public Health.

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