Sunday, February 24, 2019

Adolescence and Teenage Pregnancy

Here in the Philippines, we believe in the saying of our bailiwick hero Dr. Jose P. Rizal that Youth is the entrust of our M opposite land. In their hand lies the future generation to follow. except as we see from the office nowadays, what were expecting from the youth is the contrary if the saying. puerile matu posers be prone to gestation period. Al nearly every twelvemonth there is a rapid amplify on the number of signifi coffin nailt youths.One of the major(ip) causes of this problem be that most of the youths nowadays grew up in broken homes. P bents either the father or mother of the youths chose to leave their children behind because of the fact that they cannot handle any much their province as parents. In relation to this problem, our government is now working on the Reproductive Health Bill (RH Bill) as one of the most strong solution not only to young maternity but in any case to the multifariousness magnitude population of our country.Statement of t he ProblemThis psychoanalyse outcomes the pursuit questions1. At what age did you make out fireually active? 2. What is your current situation with gestation period? 3. Was the gestation period mean? 4. Did you ever think of aborting the baby? 5. How would you pasture the following from its substantiality condoms, pills, morning-after pill, other conceptive manners, STIS and STDS? 6. Do you know the where arounds of your local family planning clinic? Did you know this forward you got pregnant? 7. Do you know of anywhere in your local line of business where free condoms are available to younger couples? 8. As a young aged mother, how do you plan to curb your childs fiscal needs? 9. Are you or your partner currently working? If yes, where do you see yourself in terms of occupation? 10. Can you manage financially, physically, emotionally and mentally your current situation? 11. Do you still continue to keep an eye on your education? 12. Do the people around you respect your current situation at such young age?Significance of the StudyThis study is logical implication for the following reasonsa.Enhancement of peoples knowledge on number of students indulged in Teenage Pregnancy in Philippines. b.Increase the awareness and knowledge on the increasing number of juveniledage maternalism cases. c.To be able for them to absorb and radiate the cause and problems attached in teenage pregnancy. d.To help prevent from self-indulgence from this early pregnancy.Teenagers they are the ones involved in this case. They could be helped through the instructive content of this study. They could realize the negative effects of teenage pregnancy and how it could change their whole life. Society it could lessen the percentage of single parenthood among the confederation. It could tailor-make family members on how teenage pregnancy can affect the family most particularly the teens. Sources of Contraceptive materials they may expect an increase in demand referable to the awareness of the striplings on getting pregnant at an early age Local Government they could be able to implement and facilitate projects concerning the set up of teenage pregnancy issue.They could be able to understand the deeper cause of this inflating rate of early pregnancy. Community Members they could build a strong alliance against teenage pregnancy and they could be a more productive part of the community in terms of cooperating in the alliance Parents they could expect a vio juvenile future and a progressive and a more valuable and precious support to their sons and daughters. Non-Government Organization they could more stabilize their goals on this sector and pursue an efficient purpose on execution of ideas from which this study focuses. They could be more sufficient in terms of project planning and selective information analytic thinking of social factors of teenage pregnancy. Others they would get a broader knowledge on how the teenage pregna ncy work in the society.Scope and Delimitations of the StudyThis probe is conducted to determine the rate of teenage students that is prosecute in teenage pregnancy. This way, we could determine the status and profile of the teenager indulged in teenage pregnancy The aspects looked into were the quantitative information of number of teen aged students indulged in teenage pregnancy and the data behind this. Thisinvestigation focuses on number of teen age students indulged in teenage pregnancy in Philippines portrayed by teenagers as respondents during January to February 2011 Definitions of TermsTeenage pregnancy refers to any pregnancy on women that took place amid the ages 1319 years overaged. Teen aged Students refers to students that ages a number that end in teen as the last syllable such as13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, and 19 .Rate refers to a quantity from a new-made quantity STIS refers to Sexually Transmitted Infections STDS refers to Transmitted DiseasesBibliographyCHA PTER II-REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATUREThe purpose of this persona of the study is to provide a review of relevant literature that focuses on questions related to teenage pregnancy. The Introduction to this study offered an overview of the extent of the problem, its effects and aftermaths, and a conceptual framework in which I t was asserted that couple pressure to begin sexual activity coupled with low self-confidence may very puff up be instrumental in placing rough young girls at risk for pregnancy during adolescence.Statistical methodsThe two outcomes were pregnancy rate, a proxy for conception rate, and pregnancy outcome. Both outcomes were measured at the aim of small area and were analyzed for each of three age groups, 13-15, 16-17, and 18-19 years, establish on the maternal age at conception. Pregnancy rates in 16-17 and 18-19 year olds were expressed as the ratio of observed to expected pregnancies, in ball club to standardize for marital status. The expected number of pregnancies was derived by applying national rates in married and single teenagers to local married and unwed populations, then adding the results to obtain a total.The expected number of pregnancies in 13-15 year olds in each area was derived from the total national rate. Pregnancy outcome was expressed as the proportion of conceptions resulting in amaternity outcomes classed as miscarriage and other were excluded. This proportion was calculated separately for married and unmarried teenagers in each age group. I considered marital status to be an important indicator of the cultural background of young women, although in many cases conception would have preceded marriage.CONTRIBUTING FACTORSCauses or Effect? The burdens of early childbearing on disadvantaged teens are undeniable. Trying to untangle the factors which contribute to teenage pregnancy from its effects, however, leads to a which came first, the chicken or the egg? dilemma. Educational failure, poverty, unemployment a nd low self-esteem are understood to be negative outcomes of early childbearing. These circumstances also contribute to the likelihood of teen pregnancy. For example, recent studies suggest that most teenage mothers have already dropped out of school before they become pregnant. On the other hand, adolescents still enrolled in school when they give birth are as likely to graduate as their peers. It is not clear how well the adolescents with the most problems would have fared in the future even without early parenthood.Following are many of the contributing factors or causes of teenage pregnancy 1) Lack of paternal Guidance Most people evade their children from talking about sex. In some cases, they provide false information regarding sex and discourage their children to go in in any informative discussion about sex. In some cases, teenage mothers are not well educated about sex before getting pregnant and thus this leads to lack of communication between the parents and the childr en.2) Adolescent Sexual Behavior Among the adolescents, peer pressure is a major factor that encourages the teenage boys and girls to indulge in sexual activities. Early dating, as early as 12 years of age, is another factor that contributes to teen pregnancy. 3) Inadequate Knowledge about Safe Sex Most adolescents are unaware of safe sex. They probably have no access to the tralatitious methods of preventing pregnancy. And the main reason behind is that they are either too embarrassed or fear to seek information about it.4) Exploitation by Older Men This is another major factor that contributes to pregnancy among the teenagers. Those girls who fancy older men are more likely to become pregnant before they attain womanhood. Rape, sexual exploitations etc. alsotakes place that leads to unwelcome pregnancy among teenage girls. 5) Socio Economic Factors Teenage girls who belong to the poor families are more likely to become pregnant. interrogationers have found that even in the de veloped countries teenage pregnancy occurs most commonly among the deprived sections.CHAPTER III-METHODOLOGYResearch DesignThe study being conducted is a descriptive research. It includes the collection of data needed to answer the question concerning the current status of the study.Research Respondents The respondents of this research study are the egg-producing(prenominal) teen age students that are engaged in teenage pregnancy at Philippines. This study is conducted at Philippines where the study focuses to extract the statistical data of teenage pregnancy. This study is conducted in January-February 2011.Research InstrumentsThe research workers apply a self-structured questionnaire. The questionnaire is all about the background of the information about the pregnancy of the teenager. It is structured as to use up the respondent in reflecting and understanding her situation.Validation of Research InstrumentThe research instrument was submitted to our Research Professor to corr ect and finalize the questionnaire. Hence, there was no dry effort conducted due to lack of time.Method of Scoring and interpretationIn analyzing the data gathered though the questionnaire, the researcher utilized the following On the age of the teen aged effeminate person student that started to become sexually active Mean Range Interpretation 10 yrs. old and below too minor 11-15 years old early adolescent 16 19 years old late adolescent.CHAPTER V-SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS, AND RECOMMENDATIONSThis chapter presents the summary, conclusions, recommendations based on the findings on the study.SUMMARYThis study aim to know the rate of teenage pregnancy in Philippines. Specifically, the sought answers about the profile of womanish high school students in terms of the age when they became sexually active, current situation in her pregnancy, how the pregnancy was doneplanned or not, archetype of aborting the baby, rate of substantiality of contraceptive materials, effects of teenage pre gnancy in the teens health, knowledge about the availability of free condoms, how to support the childs financial needs, partners occupational status, worry of the situation, pursuance of education, and the dignity and respect of the teens social community. The womanly high school students of ages 12-18 were involved in this study as the respondents.Questionnaires were disseminated to the female high school students in Philippines. The study used the descriptive method of research since it was the most appropriate method to use that a self-structured questionnaire was used as a valuable tool in gathering data from the respondents. The results of the survey were tabulated and their acquired data was statistically analyzed and interpreted in order for the researcher to come up with a better conclusion.CONCLUSIONSThe following conclusions were formulate based on the findings of the study and are presented. 1.The rate of teenage pregnancy in Philippines is very much alarming. It has been observed that the rate of teenage pregnancy is increasing because of curiosity and peer pressure. 2. Most female are sexually active at the age of 11-15.3. Teenagers who are engaged at teenage pregnancy mostly are drop out of school. 4. Teenagers are engaged in this activity due to lack of knowledge about the consequence they are about to face. 5. Teenagers still depend on their parents.6. They dont know what kind of occupation they will have.RECOMMENDATIONSBased on the conclusions on the study, the following recommendations are hereby presented. 1.Every man and woman has the right to decide what he/she will take on his life. Just be sure that you can stand all the consequences in your every action. 2.Teenage pregnancy is not an undemanding thing. You should have the knowledge about this and be aware that it has dangerous effects ona teenagers life. 3.There is no hindrance in anticipating in this situation.

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