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Reducing Unintended Teen Pregnancy in China : Collaboration Between Government, Schools and Aid Centres

Mu, Yanzhu (2015) ACET35
Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies, Lund University
Abstract
In China today, an increasing number of unintended teen pregnancy has raised public concerns of sexual reproductive health of teenagers. The aim of this thesis was to reduce unintended teen pregnancy through collaboration between government, schools and unintended teen pregnancy aid centres in China. This study reviewed previous research on the following aspects: teenagers’ attitudes towards sex behavior, current situation of unintended teen pregnancy, sexual education, governmental management, collaboration case in China, and successful experiences on reducing unintended teen pregnancies in other countries. Four interviews and discourse analysis of text was conducted in this study. The findings were analyzed with collaboration theory. The... (More)
In China today, an increasing number of unintended teen pregnancy has raised public concerns of sexual reproductive health of teenagers. The aim of this thesis was to reduce unintended teen pregnancy through collaboration between government, schools and unintended teen pregnancy aid centres in China. This study reviewed previous research on the following aspects: teenagers’ attitudes towards sex behavior, current situation of unintended teen pregnancy, sexual education, governmental management, collaboration case in China, and successful experiences on reducing unintended teen pregnancies in other countries. Four interviews and discourse analysis of text was conducted in this study. The findings were analyzed with collaboration theory. The result indicated the lack of established collaboration among the government, schools and unintended teen pregnancy aid centres. Therefore it suggested various collaborative approaches to ameliorate the situation and to reduce unintended teen pregnancy in China. (Less)
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Mu, Yanzhu
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ACET35
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H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
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government, sexual education, unintended teen pregnancy aid, China, unintended teen pregnancy, collaboration, public administration
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English
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7510665
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  abstract     = {In China today, an increasing number of unintended teen pregnancy has raised public concerns of sexual reproductive health of teenagers. The aim of this thesis was to reduce unintended teen pregnancy through collaboration between government, schools and unintended teen pregnancy aid centres in China. This study reviewed previous research on the following aspects: teenagers’ attitudes towards sex behavior, current situation of unintended teen pregnancy, sexual education, governmental management, collaboration case in China, and successful experiences on reducing unintended teen pregnancies in other countries. Four interviews and discourse analysis of text was conducted in this study. The findings were analyzed with collaboration theory. The result indicated the lack of established collaboration among the government, schools and unintended teen pregnancy aid centres. Therefore it suggested various collaborative approaches to ameliorate the situation and to reduce unintended teen pregnancy in China.},
  author       = {Mu, Yanzhu},
  keyword      = {government,sexual education,unintended teen pregnancy aid,China,unintended teen pregnancy,collaboration,public administration},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Reducing Unintended Teen Pregnancy in China : Collaboration Between Government, Schools and Aid Centres},
  year         = {2015},
}