Teen mothers who are daughters of teen mothers: Psychological intergenerational dimensions of early motherhood
Francesca Tessitore and
Children and Youth Services Review, 2017, vol. 83, issue C, 294-301
Researchers have shown that being a daughter of a teenage mother is a risk factor regarding the possibility of having early, unprotected sexual intercourse and of falling pregnant. The experiences of young mothers in such situations and the aspects of intergenerational transmission in the mother–daughter relationship have not been well investigated.
Keywords: Early motherhood; Intergenerational transmission; Adolescence; Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA); Qualitative research (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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