TIENERMOEDERSKAP IN ’N ARM WES-KAAPSE GEMEENSKAP: NARRATIEWE OOR ONDERSTEUNING

  • Doria Daniels Departement Opvoedkundige Sielkunde, Universiteit van Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch, Suid-Afrika.
  • Elizette Nel Opvoedkundige Ondersteuning, Fakulteit Opvoedkunde, Universiteit van Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch, Suid-Afrika.

Abstract

Tienermoederskap word in die meeste gemeenskappe gesien as sosiale probleem wat verskeidenheid negatiewe gevolge vir die tienerma, haar kind, haar gesin van oorsprong en diegemeenskap in die breë inhou (Cunningham, 2001; Macleod, 2004; Ribar, 1999; Strobino,1992). Die negatiewe gevolge sluit in maatskaplike agterstande betreffende opvoeding,behuising, en werksgeleenthede. Deur tienermoederskap egter slegs as misstap met baienegatiewe gevolge te beskou, word die kompleksiteit en uniekheid van elke jong vrou seervaring ten opsigte van swangerskap en ouerskap ontken (Flanagan, 1998).

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2014-06-19
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Daniels, D., & Nel, E. (2014). TIENERMOEDERSKAP IN ’N ARM WES-KAAPSE GEMEENSKAP: NARRATIEWE OOR ONDERSTEUNING. Social Work/Maatskaplike Werk, 45(1). https://doi.org/10.15270/45-1-221
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