The effect of dislike of school on risk of teenage pregnancy: testing of hypotheses using longitudinal data from a randomised trial of sex education.

@article{Bonell2005TheEO,
  title={The effect of dislike of school on risk of teenage pregnancy: testing of hypotheses using longitudinal data from a randomised trial of sex education.},
  author={Chris Bonell and Elizabeth E Allen and Vicki J Strange and Andrew J Copas and Ann R A Oakley and Judith M. Stephenson and Anne M Johnson},
  journal={Journal of epidemiology and community health},
  year={2005},
  volume={59 3},
  pages={223-30}
}
STUDY OBJECTIVE To examine whether attitude to school is associated with subsequent risk of teenage pregnancy. To test two hypotheses that attitude to school is linked to pregnancy via pathways involving young people having "alternative" expectations or deficits in sexual health knowledge and confidence. DESIGN Analysis of longitudinal data arising from a trial of sex education. Examination of associations between attitude to school and protected first sex, unprotected first sex, unprotected… CONTINUE READING

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