religious views on pregnancy
secularist10 (author) from New York City on May 27, 2011: Merlin, the UK is certainly an interesting case. The data show a positive relationship between religious belief and teen pregnancy, among the American states. See our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. Looks like you’ve clipped this slide to already. Another way that religion causes teen pregnancy is in traditional attitudes toward gender, family and marriage. I chose a writer who matched my writing style and fulfilled every requirement I proposed. Another example would be slavery in the South, which had been a fundamental part of the socioeconomic structure of the South for centuries. Unequivocally not. for fear of death during surgery and others who undergo I highly recommend to anyone who is in the same shoes as me. Beatrice G. from New York State on June 06, 2011: Interesting article. Face it. In general, the less religious societies see less teen pregnancy. And as you say it continues to be at or near the top in Europe. But the really primary point is that religion and teen pregnancy are caused by the same kinds of socioeconomic factors--poverty, low education, etc. Also, pregnancy and childbirth Indeed, religion does work for them. Also, there is a difference between belief and practicing. Two sets of data that have similar paths on a graph are not necessarily related and certainly cannot be linked through cause and effect. Aziato et al. By continuing you agree to the use of cookies. The lowest teen birthrates were seen in South Korea, Japan, Switzerland and the Netherlands, all of which report that religion is not important in the daily lives of most people. Being poor does not cause teen pregnancy. I'm not sure, but there are probably a number of explanations put forward by social scientists and scholars. understand the religious needs of their clients and provide holistic care. In the US as a whole, abortion and contraception have been available more or less consistently for all this time. No. Poor countries are not religious only because of religious institutions helping them. Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. Family influence and secrecy were 2) There is better control birth today, so time should be not be used as a variable for comparison with older times. See the charts below. reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to I noticed that several of your charts show a spike in the US birthrate in the early 90s. the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made. 1. The team of writers operates very quickly. (This is just one piece of the puzzle; there have also been a number of federal and state initiatives to reduce teen pregnancy and educate young people about safe sex, etc.). An analogy: drunk driving causes accidents. Now customize the name of a clipboard to store your clips. Christian identification, rates of prayer, rates of religious service attendance and rates of reading sacred texts have all fallen from the 1970s and 80s to the late 2000s.


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