JOSHA’s Critical Review of "Implications of the Social Dichotomy between Thinking and Acting on Teenage Pregnancy Rates” by Rosiana Silva da Silva, Rosângela Araújo Darwich
Cinthya Souza Simas
Affiliation: JOSHA & The University of Amazon, Belém, Brazil
Keywords: Teenage Pregnancy, Vulnerability, Internet
Categories: News and Views, Humanities, Social Sciences and Law
The research by Rosiana Silva da Silva and Rosângela Araújo Darwich is focused on the impact of conflicting societal values on young women who experienced teenage pregnancy in Brazil. Conducted amid the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic, it involved 15 participants spanning various age groups. Through online interviews and content analysis, the study revealed a consistent pattern of misinformation across different generations, underscoring the urgent need for new policies and platforms for open discussions to address adolescent vulnerability and enhance their overall experience during this critical phase of life.