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Norms and Social Control around Teen Sex and Pregnancy
Sex is terrible. Unprotected sex is an issue. Having an infant would be a catastrophe. Premature birth is a wrongdoing. Young people in the United States hear clashing messages about sex from everybody around them. How do adolescents comprehend these messages?
In Mixed Messages, Stefanie Mollborn analyzes how social standards and social control function through inside and out meetings with undergrads and teenager moms and fathers, uncovering the intense discussions teeangers can’t have with grown-ups. Digging into young people’s confused social universes Mollborn contends that by making casual social approvals like chatter and avoidance and formal correspondence, for example, sex instruction, families, companions, schools, and groups strategize to pick up control over youngsters’ practices. Nonetheless, while teenagers strategize to keep control, they oppose the requirements of the standards, uncovering the assortment of results that happen past consistence or aberrance.
By demonstrating that the standards existing today around high schooler sex are incapable, neglecting to manage sexual conduct, and rather rebuffing teenagers that abuse them, Mollborn requires a more insightful and predictable exchange amongst adolescents and grown-ups, accentuating messages that will prompt to more positive wellbeing results