By Jack C. Westman
This ebook addresses the discrepancy among efforts to avoid adolescent being pregnant and aid of adolescent parenthood, that's arguably America's maximum unrecognized public healthiness concern. It proposes a possible criminal technique because the foundation for making sure that youth' infants have powerfuble mom and dad with the assets and environments they want.
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The result is neglect of schools and resources for children, adolescents and their families. 82 It is the greatest barrier to recognizing the true interests of adolescents and their babies. It is expressed through disregard of the developmental need of young persons for competent parents. Its most extreme form is seen in the belief that parents own their children as property. That belief is supported by the presumption that government can intervene only in extreme situations when parents damage their children by neglect or abuse.
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