2 edition of Unwed motherhood: personal and social consequences. found in the catalog.
Unwed motherhood: personal and social consequences.
Charles E. Bowerman
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Charles E. Bowerman, Donald P. Irish [and] Hallowell Pope.|
|Contributions||Irish, Donald P., Pope, Hallowell.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 418 p.|
|Number of Pages||418|
The Absent Black Father. The Absent Black Father. Publication Year: Personal Author: Roberts, D. Type of Resource: Book. Page Count: 0. Abstract: Despite the increase in the number of children born to unwed White mothers, social policies and attitudes about female-headed households usually depict the family structure as a Black issue. Love, Marriage, and the Baby Carriage: The Rise in Unwed Childbearing Executive Summary The most intimate and central form of associational life is the family—an institution with primary responsibility for nurturing children and transmitting values, knowledge, aspirations, and skills to subsequent generations.
Social evaluation of teen parents. Stigmatisation towards young parents is prevalent. In a study of low-income teen mothers living in south Texas, two out of five mothers reported feeling stigmatised (Wiemann et al., ).A study of Canadian teen mothers found an even higher prevalence of mothers experiencing stigma related to their youthful pregnancy (83%; Fulford & Ford-Gilboe, ).Cited by: Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF.
Although single-parent households are now commonplace in the United States, there are still some stigmas associated with them. In a family where there is only one parent taking care of a child or multiple children, there is more pressure on the parent to find an acceptable balance between financial and child-rearing obligations. Does it matter whether a pregnancy is unintended at the time of conception—mistimed or unwanted altogether? There is a presumption that it does—that unintended pregnancy has a major impact on numerous social, economic, and cultural aspects of modern life. But it is important to define what these consequences might be. Accordingly, this chapter examines five sets of information that help to Cited by:
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The third factor in the growth of single motherhood was a shift in social norms and values during the s that reduced the stigma associated with divorce and nonmarital childbearing.
In the s, if a young unmarried woman found herself pregnant, the father was expected to step forward and the couple was expected to : Sara Mclanahan.
Unwed motherhood: personal and social consequences. Partial report of projects # and #, Social Security Administration, Division of Research and Statistics, (Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina, ), by Charles E. Bowerman, Hallowell Pope, and Donald Paul Irish (page images at HathiTrust).
Motherhood, Personal Agency and Breaching Family Norms Article (PDF Available) in Sex Roles 60(3) February with 35 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Karen March. This is evident when unwed motherhood is discredited process, and consequences of unwed mother- we are able to comment on the ways in which stigma is manifest in differing social, personal.
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The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio, Sunday, J When society shunned the unwed mother by Vikas Turakhia. Ann Fessler’s “The Girls Who Went Away” is filled with heartbreaking stories of unmarried women who gave up their babies for adoption from.
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Those practicing in the field of adoption decided that they would carve out a niche for themselves as the experts in unwed motherhood. Young people can avoid such consequences by heeding the Bible’s clear-cut counsel to avoid sexual immorality.
Walking Away—Not So Easy. Caring for a child involves enormous sacrifices of time, money, and personal freedom. The book Young Unwed Fathers notes: “Some young men are not interested in ‘taking care of somebody else,’ when to.
The social mandate of giving up children for adoption paralleled, and was deeply an increase of infertility among White couples of childbearing age and an increased demand for adoptable, healthy, White infants (Solinger,p. 95). Unwed Motherhood as Neurosis.
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Robert Putnam's Our Kids combines social science data with personal interviews to show the contrast between several American towns and suburbs in the s and today, arguing that the social and economic trends of the postwar era fostered a sense of community and optimism, at least among white working people, that has since been lost.
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Recreating Motherhood. Author: Barbara Katz Rothman ISBN: the moral, social and policy consequences of new reproductive.Set in the late s Lilli De Jong is an unwed mother faced with the dilemma of giving up her daughter to avoid shame, prejudices, and life long poverty.
I absolutely adored Lilli and was totally invested in her journey through loving and losing and her true testament of being a devoted mother against all odds and there were many.4/5.While many experts and policy makers who oppose a disclosure of adoption records have Social Constructions of Birth and Adoptive Mothers 83 falsely minimized and trivialized the impor- tance of biological bonds and the experience of pregnancy, search activists have made blood relation and biological motherhood of para- mount by: