Sex role attitude of pregnant and nonpregnant adolescents

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1993-05-30
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Baliban, Dorothy R.
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The purpose of this study was to determine if there was a difference in the sex role attitude between pregnant and nonpregnant adolescents. The population consisted of 19 pregnant and 51 nonpregnant adolescents. The Sex Role Attitude Scale (SRAS) was administered to the subjects and compared. Two school districts within a North Texas metropolitan area were chosen as sites for the data collection. No statistically significant difference in the sex role attitude (traditional or modern) scores of pregnant and nonpregnant adolescents was revealed.

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Health and environmental sciences, Education, Psychology, Sex Role Attitude Scale (SRAS), Adolescent pregnancy, Teen pregnancy
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