Encouraging discipline and self-esteem

Besharov, Douglas J.
May 1994
World & I;May94, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p34
Discusses ways to deter illegitimate births among teenagers in the United States. Government's development of plans to reform welfare; Higher out-of-wedlock birthrates among Afro-Americans; Need to do something constructive with young unwed mothers; Need for activities that are appropriate for inexperienced young women; Discouragement for younger people to think that life on welfare is an attractive option; More.


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