Wanted and unwanted childbearing in the United States 1968, 1969, and 1972 national natality surveys by Robert H. Weller

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service. National Center for Health Statistics in Hyattsville, Md .

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  • United States -- Statistics, Vital.

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Statement[Robert H. Weller, Robert L. Heuser].
SeriesVital and health statistics : Series 21, Data from the National and Vital Statistics System ; no. 32, DHEW publication ; (PHS) 78-1910, Vital and health statistics., no. 32., DHEW publication ;, no. (PHS) 78-1910.
ContributionsHeuser, Robert L., joint author.
LC ClassificationsHA211 .A3 no. 32, HB915 .A3 no. 32
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 56 p. :
Number of Pages56
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4727821M
ISBN 100840601409
LC Control Number78015719

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Barber JS and Emens A, The intersection among unintended, premarital, and teenage childbearing in the U.S., Population Studies Center Research Report, Ann Arbor, MI: Population Studies Center, University of.

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Hyattsville, MD: National Center for Health Wanted and unwanted childbearing in the United States book A majority of all pregnancies in the United States are unintended.

About half of these unintended pregnancies result in live births and the other half are resolved by abortion. This chapter explores these two facts in detail after first defining unintended, mistimed, and unwanted pregnancies and.

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DATA AND METHODS We use data from the NSFG, which surveyed 7, women aged 15–44; Hispanics and non-Hispanic blacks. Adoption in the ’s (no ) -- Contraceptive use in the United States, (no ) -- AIDS knowledge and attitudes for July-September (no ) -- Use of family planning services in t he United States: and (no ) -- summary: National Hospital Discharge Survey (no ) -- AIDS knowledge and attitudes for October-December Provisional Data From the National.

Abortion, unwanted childbearing, and mental health Vol. 37, No. 4, julio-agosto Artículo original Salud Mental ; Abortion, unwanted childbearing, and mental health Nancy Felipe Russo* SummAry There is a substantial literature of correlational findings from stud-ies in developed countries where abortion is legal that are.

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Wanted and Unwanted Births Reported by Mothers Years of Age: United States, a According to the results of a natiomd survey of households conducted in by the Nation­ al Center for Health Statistics, one-fifth of all births ( million out of million) to.

Unwanted childbearing, health, and mother-child relationships. Barber JS(1), Axinn WG, Thornton A. Author information: (1)Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, Ann ArborUSA. [email protected] This paper investigates the relationships among unwanted childbearing, health, and mother-child by: Working Women and Childbearing: United States Statistics are presented on age at first marriage, number of children ever born, length of interval between births, and expected completed family size according to women’s labor force participation, income, and occupation.

These statistics are shown for all currently married women years of age. unwanted pregnancy is a pregnancy that the woman says she never wanted to happen, whereas a 4 The material in this section is drawn from Sawhill, Generation Unbound: Drifting into Sex and Parenthood.

Our analyses of several measures of pregnancy and childbearing intentions from the NSFG data suggest an increasing trend in unwanted childbearing among young women in the United States from – (based on NSFG cycle) to – (based on NSFG cycle).Cited by: Socioeconomic Outcomes of Women Who Receive and Women Who Are Denied Wanted Abortions in the United States.

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Finally, a recalculation of what the childbearing population in the United States would look like if unintended pregnancy did not occur (unwanted conceptions eliminated and mistimed ones redistributed) shows that a larger proportion of children would be the product of intended conceptions born to married women, thereby improving the life Cited by: First births in the United States, by age, and National Center for Health Statistics 1, births 1, births SOURCE: CDC/NCHS, National Vital Statistics System.

Under age 20 35% Ages 20–29 60% Ages 20–29 56% Age 30. The proportion of women obtaining WPAs is small compared to abortions of unwanted pregnancies (hereafter “UPA”) [5,6], but it is not reports that 8% of pregnancies ending in abortion were reported as intended on the National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG) [].In the U.S.

cohort examined for the present study, % of total abortions, involving % (95% CI 16–21) of Author: Donald Paul Sullins. U.S. women of childbearing age who were surveyed in revealed that 14 percent of their recent births were unwanted at the time of conception, the researchers said.

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Unplanned Parenthood: The Social Consequences of Teenage ChildbearingCited by: 2AbstractUsing nationally representative data from ten African, Asian and Latin Americancountries, this paper assesses the age patterns of mistimed and unwanted fertility.

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This article analyzes the phenomenon of delayed childbearing in the United States. It begins by exploring problems associated with the definition and measurement of delayed childbearing. Existing empirical evidence of the phenomenon is reviewed and some new evidence is presented.

A general theoretical framework for analyzing delayed childbearing is outlined and discussed in relation Cited by: 4 Abortion Surveillance: Preliminary Analysis -- United States,Centers for Disease Control, Decem / 47(47);, 5 In a response to this paper when it was presented at the American Law and Economic Association meetings inDonohue argued that “If.

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This report presents information on trends and variations in nonmarital childbearing in the United States and includes information on the factors that have contributed to the recent changes.

Data are presented for with emphasis on the trends in the s. Data are presented on a variety of measures of nonmarital childbearing, including numbers, rates, and percents of births to Cited by: Cohabiting births accounted for a third of unwanted births in the recent period, up from one-fifth of births in the late s.

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