2010
DOI: 10.1590/s0101-81082010000100002
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Mães adolescentes em situação de rua: uma revisão sistemática da literatura

Abstract: ResumoPouco se sabe sobre mães adolescentes que passam por gravidez ou maternidade fora de casa. Este estudo é uma revisão da literatura epidemiológica sobre esse fenômeno crescente. Os artigos foram identifi cados através de pesquisa nas seguintes bases de dados eletrônicas: MEDLINE, Lilacs, SciELO, PsychINFO, CINHAL, ERIC e Sociological Abstracts: 19 referências foram recuperadas. Os estudos mostram ampla heterogeneidade dos objetivos e dos métodos e revelam principalmente que as adolescentes têm elevadas ta… Show more

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“…This population is particularly vulnerable to stress. Homeless adolescent mothers often encounter violence, poor mental and physical health, and lower social support (Silveira & Blay, 2010). Compared to housed adolescent mothers, homeless adolescent mothers are more likely to experience increased stress with regard to housing, finances, and their personal and social lives (Meadows-Oliver, Sadler, Swartz, & Ryan-Krause, 2007).…”
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“…This population is particularly vulnerable to stress. Homeless adolescent mothers often encounter violence, poor mental and physical health, and lower social support (Silveira & Blay, 2010). Compared to housed adolescent mothers, homeless adolescent mothers are more likely to experience increased stress with regard to housing, finances, and their personal and social lives (Meadows-Oliver, Sadler, Swartz, & Ryan-Krause, 2007).…”
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“…Teenage pregnancy is associated with adolescent girls not living with their parents during puberty, from 10 to 14 years of age. The association between living away from home and adolescent motherhood was shown in a review study of adolescents living on the streets, where a recurrent finding was that young women who had lived away from home for longer periods of time were more prone to becoming pregnant 38 . As for the reasons for not living with their families, domestic violence and precarious family conditions are key factors and reflect socioeconomic exclusion 39 .…”
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“…It is the duty of professionals in health care and related areas to recognize, in health promotion and education, the context of motherhood in the life of these sheltered adolescents (6)(7) .…”
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