Black Teenage Mothers: Child Rearing from Their Perpective

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In this ground-breaking book, Constance Williams reveals why, contrary to the adverse outcomes previously attributed to their lot, many black teenage mothers consider their lives enriched by childbearing. Here is a poignant exploration of themeaning of pregnancy and motherhood to young women who, although impoverished, express hope as freely tell their stories and reveal new truths about their attitudes.

Black Teenage Mothers: Child Rearing from Their Perpective 1998, Lexington Books

ISBN-13: 9780669243130

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