Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
 
Family Planning Perspectives
Volume 33, Number 6, November/December 2001


Table of Contents



In This Issue 33(6) [HTML]
The Editors


ARTICLES

Differences in Teenage Pregnancy Rates Among Five Developed Countries: The Roles of Sexual Activity and Contraceptive Use [HTML] [PDF]
Jacqueline E. Darroch, Susheela Singh, Jennifer J. Frost and the Study Team

Socioeconomic Disadvantage and Adolescent Women's Sexual and Reproductive Behavior: The Case of Five Developed Countries [HTML] [PDF]
Susheela Singh, Jacqueline E. Darroch, Jennifer J. Frost and the Study Team

The Effects of Early Childbearing On Schooling over Time [HTML] [PDF]
Sandra L. Hofferth, Lori Reid and Frank L. Mott

Early Sexual Initiation and Subsequent Sex-Related Risks Among Urban Minority Youth: The Reach for Health Study [HTML] [PDF]
Lydia O'Donnell, Carl R. O'Donnell and Ann Stueve

VIEWPOINT

Understanding What Works and What Doesn't In Reducing Adolescent Sexual Risk-Taking [HTML] [PDF]
Douglas Kirby


DIGESTS

All in PDF

Young Mothers' Disadvantage, Not Their Age Itself, Accounts for Their Children's Educational Problems [HTML]

Condoms Reduce Women's Risk of Herpes Infection, But Do Not Men [HTML]

New Analgesia Techniques For Labor Raise Chances of Normal Vaginal Birth [HTML]

Factors Influencing Condom Use Depend Upon Whether A Woman Has Had a Sexually Transmitted Disease [HTML]

Risks and Disadvantages Are Raised for Teenage Mothers [HTML]

BRCA Mutations Lessen Protective Effect of Pill Against Ovarian Cancer [HTML]

Human Papillomavirus Infection, Benign Lesions Have Different Risk Factors [HTML]

Labor Induction for Vaginal Birth After Cesarean May Lead to Uterine Rupture [HTML]

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