Significance given to parenting during the course of pregnancy by adolescent parents [Significado otorgado a la parentalidad durante el transcurso del embarazo por padres adolescentes]
Póo F. A.M.
Aravena C. G.
Mieres V. Y.
Canales P. P.
The objective of this qualitative study isunderstand the meaning that parents give to parenting. The sample consisted of 10 adolescents aged between 15 and 19 years, constitutedas couples, were in the II or III trimester of their first gestation, their participation was voluntary and with informed consent voluntary. Interviews were carried out which were transcribed and categorized preserving the scientific rigor by means of the triangulation process. The main results show that adolescents define parenting according to the responsibility of taking care of the child indefinitely, as a break from the project of life, but they feel invulnerable and almost all would repeat the experience, which is a Risk factor for a second pregnancy in adolescence. © 2018, Fundacion Index. All rights reserved.
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