Essay on Literature Review in Research

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Literature Review in Research: An Annotated Bibliography
Jennifer McKissick
March 2, 2015
HCS 465
Fouza Yusuf

For years teen pregnancy has been a problem in many countries. Here in the United States teen pregnancy has raised, with no help from programs like Teen Mom on MTV and the National Geographic’s channel. Most people see a dramatic version of what it might be like with the cameras on, but when the cameras off, life takes a completely different turn. You do not have anyone paying you for a chance for the world to see you and all your problems on T.V. All you would have is you and your child.
Anonymous. Issues in Science and Technology, Jan 1, 2005, Vol. 21, No. 3 (Spring 2005), from the ProQuest database.
This article was good was very good, it had a lot of information about the work Sarah S. Brown has done with the Campaign. Sarah Brown is the director of National Campaign to prevent teen pregnancy. The article explains why the campaign was formed, what strategy they uses, as well as what seems to be working. This article explains that being abstinence form sex is the best form of prevention from becoming pregnant. On the Detailed record this article shows it is peered reviewed.

Dean, Malcolm. Targeting teenage single mothers. The Lancet, Vol. 342, No. 8877 (Oct 16, 1993), p. 978, from the ProQuest database
This article was very good, it describes that in 1993 there was about 45,000 single teenage mothers in the United Kingdom. This is an eye opener that tells us all that this is a growing concern for many teens, not just in the United Kingdom but also in the United States. The article also gives information about the challenges President Clinton faced in the United States on women health. This article gave a lot of information on teen pregnancy, in the United Kingdom as well as