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    Title: 青少女懷孕對其生理、心理社會之衝擊
    Other Titles: Physiological and Psychosocial Impacts of Adolescent Pregancy
    Authors: 李德芬;周才忠;林美珍;陳嘉鳳
    Contributors: 心理系
    Keywords: 青少女懷孕;身體衝擊;心理社會衝擊;整合諮商模式
    adolescent pregnancy;physiological impacts;psychosocial impacts;holistic consultation model
    Date: 2004-09
    Issue Date: 2008-12-31 11:06:05 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 青少女懷孕引起的諸多負向影響,促使青少女懷孕事件成為我國公共衛生之重要議題,本文首先描述國內青少女懷孕的概況,介紹我國青少女懷孕事件的發生情形及青少年對避孕措施的了解情況;其次陳述導致青少女懷孕的個人特質、家族、週遭環境及同儕關系等因素;最後藉由國內外文獻探討青少女懷孕引發的生理、心理社會的衝擊,包括早產、生下低體重兒、經濟困窘、教育中輟、角色調適不當以及欠缺支持系統。懷孕青少女或青少看母親無法獨立自行克服諸多壓力,需要家人、男友、同儕以及社區的支持,懷孕青少女及其家庭也需要醫護人員、社會工作者、教育專家、老師及律師等專家的協助,以安然渡過非預期性懷孕的調適歷程,本文也提出整合社會資源的懷孕青少女多無輔導資源建議模式。
    Pregnancy and childbearing among teenagers have been considered as an important public health issue because it will induce negative influences. This article reviews current increasing rate of sexual behavior and risk factors on teenage pregnancy. The paper also describes the physiological and psychosocial impacts of adolescent pregnancy, which includes preterm delivery, low birth weight, dropout of school, distress of economy, maladaption to motherhood and lack of social support. Teenagers can not independently face these stressors of pregnancy and childbearing, and they need supports from families, boyfriend, peers, and the community. Pregnant adolescent girls and their families also need help from various professional specialists, such as doctors and nurses, social workers, teachers and lawyers, to go through the adaptation process of unplanned pregancy. This article suggests a holistic consultation model which intergrates multiple social networks.
    Relation: 臺灣性學學刊, 10(2), 93-110
    Data Type: article
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