2 Sex Organs
3 Pregnancy and Childbirth
4 Becoming a Parent
5 Adolescent Pregnancy
6 Family Planning and Abstinence
8 Interrupting Pregnancy
9 Making Decisions
Modell Marlow Andersen, Ken Whitcomb
Principal Investigator H. Craig Heller, Project Director Mary L. Kiely
Reprinted from Anne Frank, The Diary of a Young Girl (New York: Bantam Doubleday Dell)
Excerpts from New Kids on the Block: Oral Histories of Immigrant Teens © 1989, by Janet Bode. Franklin Watts. Reprinted by the permission of Grolier Publishing Company, Danbury, Connecticut.
FLOUR BABIES by Anne Fine, Little, Brown and Company.
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p. 23, statistics on teenage pregnancy; pp. 29 and 30, teenage pregnancy facts; p. 35, statistics on pregnant teens: Alan Guttmacher Institute. 1998. Facts in Brief: Teen Sex and Pregnancy. Web site: http://www.guttmacher.org/
p. 25, age of marriage: Center for Disease Control and Prevention. 1989, 1990. “Advance Report of Final Marriage Statistics.” Vol. 43, No. 12 supplement.
p. 25, family profiles: Nutritional Center for Educational Statistics. 1996. Youth Indicators. U.S. Department of Commerce. Trends in the Well-Being of American Youth. Bureau of the Census. Current Population Reports (no. 433), Household and Family Characteristics (no 445), Various Years and Marital Status and Living Arrangements (no. 450).
p. 25, adopting children: American Society of Reproductive Medicine. Web site: http://www.asrm.org/
p. 28, pregnant 14-year-olds: March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation, 1275 Mamaroneck Ave., White Plains, N.Y. 10605. Web site: http://www.modimes.org/
p. 29, Figure 5.1 and statistics on teenage pregnancy, contraception, abortion; p. 33, “Did You Know?”: Alan Gottmacher Institute. Facts in Brief on Youth. Web site: http://www.guttmacher.org/
p. 31, “Did You Know?” and Figure 5.2: United States Department of Agriculture. 1997. Expenditures on Children by Families (Annual Report).
p. 38, “Did You Know?”; p. 39, population increases: U.S. Bureau of the Census. International Data Base.
p. 38, Figure 6.1: Katchadourian, Herant. 1989. Fundamentals of Human Sexuality, 5th ed. San Francisco: Holt, Rhinehart, & Winston.
p. 52, “Did You Know?” and pp. 55-56 and 59, contraception failure rates: Alan Gottmacher Institute. Facts in Brief: Contraception. Web site: http://www.guttmacher.org/
pp. 52-54, contraception failure rates: Planned Parenthood/Alan Gottmacher Institute. Facts in Brief: Contraception. Web site: http://www.guttmacher.org/
p. 58, “Did You Know?”: Katchadourian, Herant. 1989. Fundamentals of Human Sexuality, 5th ed. San Francisco: Holt, Rhinehart and Winston.
p. 60-61, “Did You Know?” and abortion data: Alan Gottmacher Institute. Facts in Brief: Abortion. Web site: http://www.guttmacher.org/
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