The following guide provides Web site links, a list of selected
books, and access to online periodical articles about this subject.
The Web site links have been researched, evaluated, and annotated by
Rio Hondo College Librarians. The Librarians have specifically
selected these Web sites to meet the research needs of Rio Hondo
Online Databases (RHC Students
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Web Site Links
ChildStats.gov is the official Web site of the Federal Interagency
Forum on Child and Family Statistics (or Forum). The Forum is a
working group of federal agencies and collects, analyses and
reports data on issues related to children and families
including state statistics and reports.
The Guttmacher Institute advances sexual and reproductive health
worldwide through an interrelated program of science research,
public education and policy analysis. The database is
searchable by subject.
This Healthy Teen Network (HTN) provides leadership, education, training
information, and advocacy resources, and support to practitioners in
adolescent pregnancy, parenting, and prevention.
National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy
The mission of the National Campaign is to promote behavior and
policies that reduce teen pregnancy and unplanned pregnancy among
young adults. The site covers Campaign's activities, current
news, resources and research information, offers abstracts of
journal articles, as well as in-depth links on selected topics
related to teen pregnancy.
York Online Access to Health (NOAH)
New York Online Access to Health (NOAH) is a bilingual health
information site. It aims to provide high quality full-text
health information for underserved populations. This link
provides direct access to resources about teen pregnancy.
Planned Parenthood Website contains research reports about teen
pregnancy. (Look under "Health Topics" on the home page, then
under "teens"). It also provides information about
This is a teen-produced online newsletter and Web site that
answers questions from teens on love, sex, abstinence, contraception,
to Aids, STDs, drugs, drinking, violence. Links to Web sites,
books and hotlines provide useful resources (see Resources).
(Rio Hondo Students only) top
Controversies @ Facts.com
Search for "teenage pregnancy" in this database and choose a
recent document for current information. Supplemental
information is available by clicking on "Sidebars" and "Related
Search for "teenage pregnancy" and find articles, including
links to statistics and a timeline of the history of the issue.
The following books can be located in the
Rio Hondo College Library.
Suggested Subject Headings
For additional titles on this topic at Rio Hondo, click on the
following Library of Congress subject headings:
Sex instruction for teenagers
Use the box below to search for additional resources in Rio Hondo
The Rio Hondo College Library
provides online access to full-text articles through our
online databases. Please note: you must be a Rio Hondo College
student, faculty, staff or board member to use these services.
The sample searches
and articles below are from the
ProQuest database. If you are viewing this
subject guide from an on-campus computer, simply click on the
links below. To gain access if you are at home or off-campus,
first click here:
https://rioweb.riohondo.edu/library/. Input your student
ID number and password [your birthdate]. You will see a
list of all the online databases to which you have access. Click on ProQuest and enter the database. You may conduct your own
searches at this point or come back to this subject guide and
click on any of the links below:
SUB(teenage pregnancy) [from Scholarly Journals only]
SUB(teenage pregnancy) AND SUB(fathers)
SUB(teenage pregnancy) AND SUB(prevention)
SUB(teenage pregnancy) AND SUB(race) OR (ethnicity)
Researched and evaluated by:
Connie Chan, Librarian 5/1/2002
last update: T. Shabelnik, Librarian 12/2009