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Most cultures kept young people in ignorance or assigned a relative (for example, a grandmother) or a community member to pass on selected information, values, and constraints. But with modernization, migration to cities, decreased family cohesiveness, and increased mass communication, restrictions have eased. The net result is greater sexual activity with less social control. In some cultures new and old influences on sexual behavior are being exerted simultaneously. For example, as STDs, including HIV, have become more widespread, younger women have come to be considered more desirable in part because they are "clean"or free of STDs (CPO 1992a).
And the Bangkok study showed that the principal reasons, in order of importance, were little concern for pregnancy, poor knowledge of contraception, partner's unwillingness, fear of contraceptives, and lack of preparedness (Suporn 1990). Education level is positively associated with contraceptive use, as is sex education (Robey and others 1992). 6 percent who had received sex education (CPO 1992b). Abortion Prevalence, Morbidity, and Mortality Teenage girls facing an unintended pregnancy that will likely result in expulsion from school or ostracism by their families, or both, often seek abortions.
Adolescent health: reassessing the passage of adulthood, Parts 63-272 by Judith Senderowitz