Young mothers on the margins: the meanings and experiences of early motherhood in and out of care

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Rolfe, Alison;
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    mesheuropmc: reproductive and urinary physiology | health care economics and organizations

This research study explores young women's accounts of becoming mothers below the age of 21 and in adverse circumstances. The findings are based on five group interviews and twenty-eight individual interviews. All participants were living in areas of social deprivation,... View more
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