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Research Paper Teenage Pregnancy Research Programme Research Briefing 1

Long-term consequences of teenage births for parents and their children

Publication date

01 Mar 2004

Abstract

What are the longer term effects of having a child as a teenager? New research from the Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Essex has used recent birth cohort and household panel datasets to explore the ‘causal effects’ of teenage motherhood, looking at a wide range of possible consequences for both mother and child. Their findings take account of associations arising partly from the fact that already-disadvantaged teenagers have a higher risk of having a baby.

Subjects

Demography and Childbearing: Fertility

Links

http://www.dcsf.gov.uk/everychildmatters/resources-and-practice/RS00034/

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