Austerberry, Helen and Wiggins, Meg
Taking a pro-choice perspective on promoting inclusion of teenage mothers: Lessons from an evaluation of the Sure Start Plus programme.
Critical Public Health, 17 (1).
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||a. Social exclusion and teenage parenthood b. Interview and survey research c. An article that explories the limitations of government policy for promoting the inclusion of teenage mothers and their children, by using a wider, pro-choice perspective than the government's focus on gaining skills. It draws on data from an evaluation of a support initiative for teenage parents. d. e. Based on: interview data from young mothers (n=56), programme co-ordinators (n=35) and national managers; questionnaire data from young mothers (n=1081 with a response rate of 20% - likely to be an underestimate as apparent that not all questionnaires sent for distribution were passed on) and programme staff (n=152 with response rates of 80% and 65%). f. Article refereed through publisher. g. First author.
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