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Heterosexual, marital, and maternal orientations of late adolescent Negro and white girls

Florence Torda

Heterosexual, marital, and maternal orientations of late adolescent Negro and white girls

by Florence Torda

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Published .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 23781
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationvi, 141 l.
Number of Pages141
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1249883M
LC Control Number94895468

The purpose of the present analysis was to examine the effects of gender and fraternity/sorority membership on how highly educated late adolescents, namely college students, conceptualize marital rape laws and the legal right of a woman to prosecute her spouse for rape. maternal education and adolescent school enrollment on contraceptive use and sexual attitudes. Aims: The current study aims to use recent data to examine the influence of maternal education and school enrollment on adolescent sexual behaviors and attitudes, and to update the literature on how.

Full text of "Child Amp Adolescent Psychology" See other formats.   By Suzanne Petroni. As an advocate working in a research institute, I rely on evidence to understand and underscore the importance of issues. Over the years, when arguing for expanded sexual and reproductive health information and services for youth worldwide, I’ve often cited the fact that maternal mortality was the leading cause of death for adolescent girls aged

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the ways in which urban Jamaican mothers influence their adolescent daughters’ sexual beliefs and behaviors in order to incorporate them into the design of a family‐based human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) risk reduction intervention program. Design: Focus groups were conducted with 46 14‐ to 18‐year‐old adolescent girls and 30 Cited by: Hispanic women differed little from heterosexual white women Heterosexual from HESC at California State University, Fullerton.


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Heterosexual, marital, and maternal orientations of late adolescent Negro and white girls by Florence Torda Download PDF EPUB FB2

Fewer adolescent behavioral problems in heterosexual-par-ent families (Dekovic et al. However, very little is known about adolescents in lesbian families in regard to the quality of the adolescent–parent relationship and how it is associated with adolescent psychological well-being.

To address this gap, the present investigation focused. In comparison to white adolescents, Black adolescent girls and boys had similar levels of self-disclosure in their romantic relationships as their same-sex friendships. With regards to negative elements of relationships, girls reported more hurtful conflict in romance than friendship, whereas boys reported an opposite by:   Sexually Antagonistic Selection.

InCamperio Ciani et al. suggested that male homosexuality was a by-product of a genetic factor that increases fecundity in females. This notion was based on data showing an increased frequency of homosexuality in the maternal line of homosexual probands, and that both mothers and maternal aunts were more fecund in homosexual probands Cited by: This dissertation explores how romance influences high school academic outcomes differently for boys and girls.

I use the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health and the linked Adolescent Health and Academic Achievement transcript study to assess how forming a heterosexual romantic relationship contributes to changes in overall academic performance and educational expectations, as.

and maternal orientations of late adolescent Negro and white girls book A variety of social, developmental, biological and genetic factors influence sexual orientation in males. Thus, several hypotheses have attempted to explain the sustenance of genetic factors that influence male homosexuality, despite decreased fecundity within the homosexuals.

Kin selection, the existence of maternal effects and two forms of balancing selection, sexually antagonistic selection. ful predictors of adolescent sexual behav-ior in a number of contexts. In this article, we focus on adolescents and their mothers and three familial vari-ables likely to influence adolescent sexu-al behavior: maternal disapproval of pre-marital sex; maternal discussions of birth control; and the quality of the parent-child relationship.

The Adolescent Heterosexual Relationship and Its Association With the Sexual and Contraceptive Behavior of Black Females. Robert H. DuRant, PhD; Susan Jay, MD. Author Affiliations.

the girls' and their boyfriends' scores on these scales were moderately correlated. These findings suggest that the nature of the heterosexual relationship may Cited by:   Latino youth are at high risk for acquiring HIV during adolescence.

The present study documented the nature of adolescent romantic relationships among Latino eighth grade students and their mothers in the Bronx, NY. The study examined adolescent romantic relationships, the association between participation in such relationships and intentions to engage in sexual risk behavior, and Cited by: Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health (ASRH) is one of five areas of focus of the World Banks Reproductive Health Action Plan (RHAP), which recognizes the importance of addressing ASRH as a development issue with important implications for poverty : Jennifer Yarger, Mara Decker, Claire Brindis, Rafael Cortez, Meaghen Quinlan-Davidson.

Schuster MA, Bell RM and Kanouse DE, The sexual practices of adolescent virgins: genital sexual activities of high school students who have never had vaginal intercourse, American Journal of Public Health,86(11); Norris AE et al., Heterosexual experiences and partnerships of urban, low-income African-American and Hispanic youth, Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency.

Findings. Four themes were identified that reflected the major characteristics of the relationships between the mothers and the biological fathers of their children: (a) You will always care about your “baby daddy” because of your child, (b) Negative behavior is tolerated to keep the family together, (c) The “baby daddy” can get sex as long as we are not on bad terms, and (d) He will Cited by: 5.

The current study drew a sample (2, girls and 2, boys) from a population-based longitudinal study, and found that the levels of gender-typed behavior at ages and years, although less so at age years, significantly and consistently.

A large survey of over mothers was conducted. • Many 4–10 year-old girls engage in ‘grown up’ or potentially sexualized behaviours. • Engagement with teen culture, use of beauty products, and attention to clothes emerged as unique predictors of appearance by: 8. Factors Influencing Safer Sexual Behaviors in Heterosexual Late Adolescent and Young Adult Collegiate Males.

Frank L. Cole. Corresponding Author. Frank L. Cole, RN, CEN, CS, PhD, Theta Kappa and Zeta Pi, is Associate Professor and Division Head of Emergency Care at the University of Texas‐Houston Health Science by: The study examined the effects of parental marital status and peer influence on the occurrence of teenage pregnancy among female teens in south-south, Nigeria.

The participants responded to a. Relationship between Maternal Parenting Styles and African American and White Adolescents' Interpersonal Relationships. For girls in families high in marital conflict, steady dating was.

Results: Frequency of maternal sexual communication has a significant influence on adolescents’ lifetime number of sexual partners, but its effect is moderated by adolescents’ perceptions of maternal disapproval of contraceptive use. This relationship holds regardless of whether the adolescent was a virgin or not at the time of the.

EARLY SEXUAL intercourse is a serious adolescent risk behavior. 1 Early initiation of sexual intercourse is associated with other behaviors that increase risk, including more frequent intercourse and greater numbers of sexual partners, 2,3 and lower probability of contraceptive use during the adolescent years.

4 Thus, individuals who initiate sexual intercourse relatively early in their Cited by:   Abstract. Following an identical procedure to the one we previously reported (O’Donnell, Lowe, Brotherton, & Bennett, ), we examined ratings of sexual attraction to photographs of (the same) adolescent girls (Tanner stages 3–4) labelled as either 14–15 years or 16–17 years old, women, and s were made by Bulgarian heterosexual men by pressing buttons on a response box Cited by: 1.

Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health (ASRH) is one of five areas of focus of the World Banks Reproductive Health Action Plan (RHAP), which recognizes the importance of addressing ASRH as a development issue with important implications for poverty reduction. Delaying childbearing and.

Differences by Sexual Minority Status in Relationship Abuse and Sexual and Reproductive Health Among Adolescent Females Heather L. McCauley, Sc.D., M.S.a,*, minority and heterosexual adolescent girls’ experi-ences of relationship abuse and poor sexual and repro.Adolescent girls in Ghana still face a number of challenges accessing reproductive/sexual health services despite efforts to improve their accessibility.

This paper explores the key socio-demographic factors associated with contraceptive use amongst adolescent girls in Ghana using the Ghana Demographic and Health Survey (GDHS).

Data from the GDHS was by: 9.We examined racial and ethnic disparities and whether adolescent-perceived maternal relationship quality was associated with pap smear uptake among women emerging adulthood.

Longitudinal data were derived from 7, emerging adult women who participated in the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (Add Health) waves I and III.

Women who were older, non-Hispanic white, born in Author: Tiffany B Kindratt, Jennifer M. Reingle Gonzalez.