- Title Pages
- List of figures and tables
- Notes on contributors
- One Introduction: the construction of teenage pregnancy as a social problem
- Two Young single mothers and ‘welfare reform’ in the US
- Three Teenage pregnancy in New Zealand: changing social policy paradigms
- Four Teenage pregnancy and parenthood in England
- Five Approaches to teenage motherhood in Québec, Canada
- Six Teenage pregnancy and reproductive politics in France
- Seven Early motherhood in Italy: explaining the ‘invisibility’ of a social phenomenon
- Eight Teenage reproductive behaviour in Denmark and Norway: lessons from the Nordic welfare state
- Nine Meeting the challenge of new teenage reproductive behaviour in Russia
- Ten Teenage pregnancy in Poland: between laissez-faire and religious backlash
- Eleven Conclusion: welfare states and the politics of teenage pregnancy: lessons from cross-national comparisons
- Statistical appendix: Teenage fertility in OECD countries
Welfare state responses to teenage pregnancy
- When children become parents
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