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Title: The effects of teen pregnancy on children Author: Waltohar Website: www.planetpapers.com/assets/1900.php The information from the website that I collected and read is useful and reliable because I made sure that the information I had collected was reliable by checking date and source of publication. The content of the website is based on the effects of teenage pregnancy on children. The information is structured in a way that everybody can read. The language the website uses is formal because there isn't any slang language. The layout of the website is good because the information is put into paragraphs which make it easier for the reader to read and understand and lastly the title and the author of the text is written in bold writing for the reader to see very easily. ...read more.

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Many children tend to be effected mentally because these powerful emotions have the potential to do permanent damage in a child's life. Children may experience sadness and depression, aggressive behaviour, frequent illness, difficulty in school, eating problems, and sleeping disorders this is another reason which leads to teen pregnancy. Females who grow up without fathers in the home usually end up having pre-marital sex. "They subconsciously want to make up for the affection that they didn't receive from their fathers. They become too dependent on men because they want someone who can replace their father. Children who don't have a father present in the home often feel unloved. ...read more.

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Most of my respondents had answered as don't know. However in my research it said many people believe that the implementation of sex education in schools and the addition of more federal aid for single parents are major causes for the country's high rate of teen pregnancies. It also said that the true purpose of sex education and federal aid is to help strengthen the mother and her child so that they can eventually lead productive lives. The response I had in my research which I found out that was similar to my questionnaire was that I had asked: What do you think the main reason for teenage pregnancy is? In my research it said Children may experience sadness and depression, aggressive behaviour, frequent illness, difficulty in school, eating problems, and sleeping disorders which then lead to teen pregnancy. ...read more.

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