Bibliografia - 1ª Parte

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O asterisco (*) designa um artigo que foi de especial valor para preparação deste número de Population Reports.

1. ANONYMOUS. Ethiopia: Hard work for successful AIDS prevention. Global AJDSnews 1: 8-9. 1992.

2.ANONYMOUS. Girls under 16 do not need parental ok to obtain coatraceptive services, says Britain's highest court. Family Planning Perspectives 17(6): 267-268. Nov.-Dec. 1985.

3. ANONYMOUS. Promoting adolescent reproductive health in South Africa. (illustrative scope of work/budget far add-on to the AIDSCAP cooperative agreement under the Health and Human Resources Analysis for Africa Project; Attachment A.) No date. 6 p. (Unpublished)

4.ANONYMOUS. Young teens are safe on pills but need counseling, follow-up. Contraceptive Technology Update 8(9): 120-122. Sep. 1987.

5. ABDOOL KARIM, Q., ABDOOL KARIM, S.S., and PRESTON-WHYTE, E. Teenagers seeking condoms at family planning services: 2. A provider's persptive. South African Medical journal 82(5): 360-362. Nov. 1992.

6. ADAMS, G., ADAMS-TAYLOR, S., and PITTMAN, K. Adolescent pregnancy and parenthood: Review of the problem, solutions, and resources. Family Relations 38(2): 223-229. Apr. 1989.

7. ADEDOYIN, M.A. and ADETORO, O. Pregnancy and its outcome among teenage mothers in Ilorin, Nigeria. East African Medical journal 66(7): 448-452. Jul. 1989.

8. ADEKUNLE, A.C. and LADIPO, O.A. Reproductive tract infections in Nigeria: Challenges for a fragile health infrastructure. In: Germain, A., Holmes, K.K., Plot, P., and Wasserheit, J.N., eds. Reproductive tract infections: Global impact and priorities for women's reproductive health. New York, Plenum Press, 1992. P. 297-316.

9. ADETORO, O.O. Septic induced abortion at liorin, Nigeria: An increasing gynaecological problem in the developing countries. Asa-Oceania Journal of obstetrics and Gynaecology 12(2): 201-205. Jun. 1986.

10. ADLAKHA, A, KUMAR, S., and AYAD, M. The role of nuptiality in fertility decline: A comparative analysis. In: DHS World Conference Proceedings. (V.I. 2) p. 947-964. 1991.

11. AGGARWAL, V.P. and MATI, J.K.G. Epidemiology of induced abortion in Nairobi, Kenya. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of Eastern and Central Africa 1(2): 54-57. Jun. 1982.

12. AGUILAR, R. Telephone provides *Instant friend." Network 14(2): 22. Oct. 1993.

13. AGYEI, W.K.A. and EPEMA, E.J. Sexual behavior and contraceptive use among 15-24-year-olds, in Uganda. International Family Planning Perspectives 1 8(1): 13-17. Mar, 1992.

14. AGYEI, W.K.A., EPEMA, E.J., and LUBEGA, M. Contraception and prevalence of sexually transmitted diseases among adolescents and young adults in Uganda. International journal of Epidemiology 21(5): 981-988. Oct. 1992.

15. AJAYI, A.A., MARANGU, L.T., MILLER, I., and PAXMAN, J.M. Adolescent sexuality and fertility in Kenya: A survey of knowledge, perceptions, and practices. Studies in Family Planning 22(4):205-216.Jul.-Aug. 1991 .

16. AJIBOYE, I.K.T. The impact of "multidimensional approach to adolescents, fertility management' (MUDAFEM): A case study of program impact an University of lbadan students. Aug. 1994. 31 p. (Unpublished)

*17. ALAN GUTTMACHER INSTITUTE (AGI). Sex and America's teenagers. New York, AGI, 1994. 88 P.

18. ALAN GUTTMACHER INSTITUTE (AGI). Women, families and the future: Sexual relationships and marriage worldwide. New York, AGI, 1995 , 6 P.

19. ALEGRIA, F.V, SCHOR, N., and DE SIQUEIRA, A.A. Gravidez na adolescência: Estudo comparativo. [Adolescent pregnancy: A comparative study.] [POR] Revista de Saude Publica 23(6): 473-477. 1989.

20. ALVAREZ, M.L., MAURICCI, A., and MUZZO, S. Informacion sexual de Ins adolescentes segun sexo. [Sex information on adolescents according to gen. der.] [SPA] Revista Chilena de Pediatria 61(2):102-108. Mar.-Apr. 1990.

21. AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS. COMMITTEE ON ADOLESCENCE. Contraception and adolescents. Pediatrics 86(1):134-138. Jul. 1990.

22. AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. COUNCIL ON SCIENTIFIC AFFAIRS. Confidential health services far adolescents. Journal of the American Medical Association 269(11):1420-1424. Mar. 17,1993.

23. AN, C., HAVEMAN, R., and WOLFE, B. Teen oull-of-wedlock births and welfare receipt: The role of childhood events and economic circumstances. Review of Economics and Statistics 75(2):195-208. May 1993.

24. ANDRE, T., DIETSCH, C., and CHENG, Y. Sources of sex education as a function of sex, coital activity, and type of information. Contemporary Educational Psychology 16(3):215-240. Jul. 1991.

25. ANDRE, T., FREVERT, R.L., and SCHUCHMANN, D. From who. do adolescents learn what about sex? Youth and Society 20:241-268. 1989.

26. ANGLE, M.A., HUBER, D.H., SHELTON, J.D., and RIVERA, R. Recommendations far updating selected practices in contraceptive use: Results of a technical meeting. 1: Combined oral contraceptives, progestin-only injectables, Norplant implants, coppe-bearing intrauterine devices. Chapel Hill, North Carolina, INTRAH, Nov. 1994.133 p.

* 27. ARMSTRONG, S. Female circumcision: Fighting a cruel tradition. New Scientist 1754: 42-47. Feb. 2,1991.

* 28. ASOCIACIÓN GUATEMALTECA DE EDUCACIÓN SEXUAL (AGES). Encuesta sobre información sexual y reproductiva de jóvenes, 1986-Reporte ISurvey ISurvey of sexual and reproductive information among youth, 1986-Final report.][SPAS] [Guatemala City], Guatemala, AGES, 1988.

* 29. ASSAAD, M.B. Female circumcision in Egypt: Social implications, current research, and prospects far change. Studies in Family Planning 11 M: 3-16. Jan. 1980.

30. ASSOCIATION OF REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH PROFESSIONALS (ARHP). Age-related disorders. ARHP Clinical Proceedings, Jan. 1994. p 12-13.

31. ASSOCIATION ZAIROISE POUR LE BIEN-ETRE FAMILIAL WBEF). and POPULATION COUNCIL (PC). Survey of parects'ability to answer questions on family life. IrcPC,Compiler. Operations research family planning database project summaries. New York, PC, Mar. 1993.121 P. ZAI-l 6.

32. BACHMANN, C.A. Adolescencia: Riesgo reproductivo. [Adolescence: Reproductive risk. ][SPA] Lima, Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Technologia, [1988].271 p.

33. BAGSHAW, S.N., EDWARDS, D., TUCKER, Ethinyl oestradiol oestiradiol and d-norgestrel is an effective emergency postroital contraceptive: A report of its use in 1,200 patients in a family planning clinic. Australian and New Zealand journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 28(2): 137-140. May 1988.

34. BAILEY, P.E., LLANO SAAVEDRA, L., KUSHNER, L., WELSH, M., and JANOWITZ,B. A hospital study of illegal abortion in Bolivia. Bulletinofthe Pan American Health Organization 220): 2741. 1988.

35. BAKER, E.R. Body weight and the initiation of puberty. Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 28(3): 573-579. Sep. 1985.

36. BALDO, M., AGGLETON, P., and SLUTKIN, C. Does sex education lead to earlier or increased sexual activity in youth? Poster presented at the 9th International Conference on AIDS, Berlin, 1993. 9 p.

37. BANKS, I.W. and WILSON, P.I. Appropriate sex education far black teens. Adolescence 24(93): 233-245. Spring 1989.

38. BARKER, C. Research an AIDS: Knowledge, attitudes and practices among street youth. Children Worldwide 20(2-3):41-42.1993.

* 39. G.K. G.K. and RICH, S. Influences on adolescent sexuality in Nigeria and Kenya: Findings from focus-group facus-group discussions. Studies in Family Planning 23(3): 199-210. May-Jun. 1992.

40. BARKER, C.K. and RICH, S. Peer interaction and traditional and modern influences on adolescent sexuality in Nigeria and Kenya: Findings from recent focus group discussions. [1992]. 30 P. (Unpublished)

41. BARON, D.L., KUMAH, O.M., UETTENMAIER, C.L., KRENN, S.C., BASHIN, M.E., JATO, M., CHURCH, C.A., KIM, Y.M., LANGLOIS, P.F., and KOLS, A. Qualitative research for family planning programs in Africa. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. Center for Communication Programs, 1993. (Occasional Paper Series No. 2) 68 p.

42. BARRETT, R.L. and ROBINSON, B.E. The role of adolescent fathers in parenting and childrearing. Advances in Adolescent Mental Health 4:189-200. 1990

43. BARRIOS AMAYA, J.A. and RAMOS OLIER, A. Adolescencia y embarazo: Aspectos perinatales y socioeconomicos. Hospital de Maternidad Rafael Calvo C. Cartagena - Colombia. [Adolescence and pregnancy: Perinatal and socioeconomic aspects. Hospital de Maternidad Rafael Calvo. Cartagena, Colombia.] [SPA] Revista Colombiana de Obstetrícia y Ginecologia 44(2): 101-106. Apr.-Jun. 1993.

* 44. BARTH, R.P., LELAND, N., KIRBY, D., and FETRO, J.V. Enhancing social and cognitive skills. In: Miller, B. C., Card, J.J., Paikoff, R.L., and Peterson, J.L.,ed. Preventing adolescent pregnancy: Model progranms and evaluations.New-bury Park, California, Sage, 1992, p. 53-82.

45. BASSETT, M. and SHERMAN, 1. Female sexual behavior and the risk of HIV infection: An ethnographic study in Harare, Zimbabwe. Washington, D.C., International Center for Research on Women, 1994. (Women and AIDS Program Research Report Series)

* 46. BASTOS, A.V.B., MORRIS, L., and FERNANDES, S.R.P. Saúde e educação sexual do jovem: Um estudo em Salvador [Health and sex education of youth: A study in Salvador.] [POR] Salvador, Brazil, Pathfinder Fund, Feb. 1989. 191 p.

47. BEARD, J.L. Iron deficiency: Assessment during pregnancy and its importance in pregnant adolescents. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 59(2, Suppl.): 502S-510S. Feb. 1994.

48. BELLAGIO MEETING ON EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION. Consensus statement on emergency contraception. Contraception 52(4): 211-213. Oct . 1995.

49. BERGANZA, C.E., PEYRÉ, C.A., and AGUILAR, G. Sexual attitudes and behavior o Guatemalan teenagers: Considerations for prevention of adolescent pregnancy. Adolescence 24(94): 327-337. Summer 1989.

50. BERGLUND, S., LILJESTRAND, J., MARINI, F.M., SALGADO, N., and ZELAYA, E. The background of unwanted and adolescent pregnancies in Nicaragua: A pilot study. In: Kjellquist, T., ed. The challenge of complexity. Third World Perspectives on Population Research, Harare, Zimbabwe, Dec. 6-10, 1993. Stockholm, Swedish Agency for Research Cooperation with Developing Countries, 1994. (SAREC Documentation: Conference Report 1994, No. 1) p. 153-181.

51. BILLY, J.O.G., BREWSTER, K.L., and GRADY, W.R. Contextual effects on the sexual behavior of adolescent women. Journal of Marriage and the Family 56(2): 387-404. May 1994.

52. BLACK, J.A. and DEBELLE, G.D. Female genital mutilation in Britain. British Medical Journal 310(6994):1590-1592. Jun. 1995.

53. BLANEY, C.L. Chilean clinic serves more than medical needs. Network 14(2): 26-27. Oct. 1993.

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55. BLEEK, W. Family and family planning in southern Ghana. In: Oppong, C., ed. Sex roles, population and development in West Africa: Policy-related studies on work and demographic issues. Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Heinemann, 1987. p. 138-153.

56. BLUM, R.W. Global trends in adolescent health. journal of the American Medical Association 265(20):2717.1991.

57. BLUMENTHAL, P.D. and MCINTOSH, N. Pocket guide for family planning service providers. Baltimore, JHPIEGO, 1995. 281 p.

58. BOETHIUS, C.G. Love and sex in the Swedish media. Planned Parenthood Review 6(1):17-19. Winter ISM.

59. BOLDERO, I., MOORE, S., and ROSENTHAL, D. Intention, context, and safe sex: Australian adolescents' responses to AIDS. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 22(17): 1374-1396. 1992.

60. BOND, L.S. La dolorosa realidad de los ninos de la calle. [The sad reality of street children.][SPA] Boletin de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana 114(2): 97-104. Feb. 1993.

61. BONGAARTS, 1. and BRUCE,). The causes of ummet need for contraception and the social content of services. Studies in Family Planning 26(2): 57-75. Mar.-Apr. 1995.

62. BOOHENE, E., TSODZAI, J., HARDEE-CLEAVELAND, K., WEIR, S., and JANOWITZ, B. Fertility and contraceptive use among young adults in Harare, Zimbabwe. Studies in Family Planning 22(4):264-271. Jul.-Aug. 1991.

63. BOYER, D. and FINE, D. Sexual abuse as a factor in adolescent pregnancy and child maltreatment. Family Planning Perspectives 24(1): 4-11,19. Jan.-Feb. 1992.

64.BRABIN,L. Pelvic inflammatory disease. Africa Health 15(3):15.17. Mar. 1993.

65. BRABIN, L., KEMP., J, OBUNCE, O.K., IKIMALO, J., DOLIMORE, N.,ODU, N.N., HART, C.A., and BRIGGS, N.D. Reproductive tract infections and abortion among adolescent girls in rural Nigeria. Lancet 345(8945): 270-271. Feb. 4,1995.

66.BRASEL, J.A. Changes in body composition during adolescence. In:Winick, M., ed. Adolescent nutrition. New York, John Wiley & Sons, 1982. p. 13-18.

67. BRAUN, K. lodrikdrik ñan Jodrilkdrik ilo Ejmour: An assessment of youth to youth in health, a peer education program for primary health care in the Marshall Islands. Apr. 1994. 75 p. (Unpublished)

68. BROGAN, P. and BRITTON, P.O. How to say no. Emphasis, Winter 1986. p. 20-21.

69. BROMHAM, D.R. Intrauterine contraceptive devices-A reappraisal. British Medical Bulletin 49(1):100-123. Jan. 1993.

70. BROWN, A., ed. Caribbean men and the family challenging the assumptions. Children in Focus 6(4):1, 8-9. (UNICEF/Caribbean Area Office) Oct.-Dec. 1994.

71. BROWN, J.D., CHILDERS, K.W., and WASZAK, C.S. Television and adolescent sexuality. Society for Adolescent Medicine 11 (1): 62-70. Jan. 1990.

72. BROWNE, A. and FINKELHOR, D. Impact of child sexual abuse: A review of research. Psychology Bulletin 99: 66. 1986.

73. BUCKLEY, C.H. The pathology of intra-uterine contraceptive devices. Current Topics in Pathology 86: 307-330. 1994.

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75. BULLOUGH, B. and BULLOUGH, V. Contraceptives for teenagers. journal of Pediatric Health Care 5(5): 237-244. Sep.-Oct. 1991.

76. BULTERYS, M., CHAO, A., HABIMANA, P., DUSHIMIMANA, A., NAWROCKI, P., and SAAH, A. Incident HIV-1 infection in a cohort of young women in Butare, Rwanda. AIDS 8(1): 1585-1591. Nov. 1994.

77. BURNHILL, M.S. Adolescent pregnancy rates in the US. Contemporary

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78. BURTON, N.N. Data collection on hospitalized incomplete abortions in Mali and Zaire. [1985]. 10 p. (Unpublished)

79. BUVINIC, M., VALENZUELA, J. P., MOLINA, T., and GONZALEZ, E, The fortunes of adolescent mothers and their children: The transmission of poverty in Santiago, Chile. Population and Development Review 18(2):269-297,393, 395. Jun. 1992.

80. BWAYO, J.J., MUTERE, A.N., OMARI, M.A., KREISS, J.K., JAOKO, W., SEKKADE-KIGONDU, C., and PLUMMER, F.A. Long distance truck drivers: 2. Knowledge and attitudes concerning sexually transmitted diseases and sexual behaviour. East African Medical Journal 68(9): 714-719. Sep. 1991.

81. CACERES, C.F., ROSASCO, A.M., MANDEL, J.S., and HEARST, N. Evaluating a school-based intervention for STD/AIDS prevention in Peru. Journal of Adolescent Health 15(7):582-591. Nov. 1994.

82. CALDAS, S.J. The private and societal economic costs of teenage childbearing; The state of the research. Population and Environment 14(4): 389-399. Mar. 1993.

83.CAPOOR, I, and MEHTA, S. Talking about love and sex in adolescent health fairs in India. Reproductive Health Matters 5: 22-27. May 1995.

84. CARRON, J.M., MELIAN, M.M., MONTEITH, R.S., MORRIS, L., KINCHEN, S., and WARREN, C.W. Family Planning Survey: Paraguay 1987. Final English language report, Feb. 1988. Atlanta, Georgia, United States Centers for Disease Control 1988.133p.

85. CASEY, S. The missing ingredient: Involving young men in family planning. Conference report. male involvement Bulletin, May 1986. p. 1-8.

86. CASH, K. 'He can be good and still haw AIDS': Pee, education prevents AIDS in Thai women workers. Planned Parenthood Challenges 2: 34-36.1993.

87. CASH, K. and ANASUCHATKUL, B. Experimental educational interventions for AIDS prevention among northern Thai single migratory factory workers. Washington, D.C., International Center for Research on Women, Aug. 1995. (Women and AIDS Program Research Report Series) 123 p.

88. CASTILLO, S. Costa Rica: Tools for teens. Populi 20(2): 8-9. Feb. 1993.

89. CASTLE, M.A., LIKWA, R., and WHITTAKER, M. Observations on abortion in Zambia. Studies in Family Planning 21(4): 231-235. Jul.-Aug. 1990.

90 . CATES, W., Jr. Sexually transmitted diseases. Sep. 14,1992.57 p. (Unpullished)

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92. CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION. U.S.HIV and AIDS cases reported through Dec. 1993. HIV/AIDS Surveillance Report 5:1-36.1994.

93. CENTERWALL, E. Sexuality education for adolescent boys. Stockholm, Swedish Association for Sex Education, 1995. (Reports on Sexuality and Repro, duction No. 1) 34p.

94. CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT AND POPULATION ACTIVITIES (CEDPA). Nigeria; Linking services and advocacy to increase adolescent access to education and reproductive health services. Washington, D.C., CEDPA, No date. 13 P.

95. CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT AND POPULATION ACTIVITIES (CEDPA). Ghana: Education, services and advocacy for adolescent reproductive health through an established youth serving agency. Washington, D.C., CEDPA, No date. 13 p.

96. CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT AND POPULATION ACTIVITIES (CEDPA). Mexico: Educating and serving youth fix population and environmental action. Washington, D.C., CEDPA, No date. 12 p.

97. CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT AND POPULATION ACTIVITIES. and JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY/POPULATION COMMUNICATION SERVICES. and NIGERIAN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL. Evaluation of population/family life education programme in secondary schools in Nigeria. Jun. 1993. 126 p. (Unpublished)

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100. CERNADA, G.P., CHANG, M.-C., LIN, H.-S., SUN, T.-H., and CERNADA, C.-C.C. Implications for adolescent sex education in Taiwan. Studies in Family Planning 17(4):181-187.Jul.-Aug. 1986.

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102. CHINERY-HESSE, B. Teen deaths in Ghana prompt policy debate. Women's Global Network for Reproductive Rights Newsletter (36): 10-1. Jul.Sep. 1991.

103. CLARKE, E.T. Youth education and services for health and family life:Situation analysis in Lesotho. [Nairobi]. and Geneva, International PlannedParenthood Federation. Africa Region. and World Health Organization, Jul.1985. 32 p. (Mimeo)

104. COHEN, M. New strategies in Indonesia, People 18(2):12-13.1991.

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111. CROMER, B.A., SMITH, R.D., BLAIR, J.M., DWYER, J., and BROWN, R.T. A prospective study of adolescents who choose among levonorgestrel implant (Norplant), medroxyprogesterone acetate (Depo-Provera), or the combined oral contraceptive pill as contraception. Pediatrics 94(5): 687-694. Nov. 1994.

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115. DAWSON, D.A. The effects of sex education on adolescent behavior. Family Planning Perspectives 18(4):162-170. Jul.-Aug. 1986.

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