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Counselor Trainee Perceptions of Hispanic, Black, and White Teenage Expectant Mothers and Fathers
Investigates perceptions of counselors-in-training (N=133) of Black, Hispanic, and White male and female adolescents facing a teen pregnancy. After viewing video vignettes, participants indicated that boys would be more encouraged to leave school and work than would girls. Girls were seen as having more control over pregnancy decisions compared to the boys. (RJM)
Author/Creator: Softas-Nall, Basilia, Baldo, Tracy D., Williams, Scott C.
Date Published: Oct
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development
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