Portland State University. School of Social Work
Date of Publication
Master of Social Work (MSW)
Planned Parenthood Association, Portland Or., Birth Control
1 online resource (115 p.)
In spite of the relative ease of accessibility to reliable contraception, unplanned pregnancy continues to be a major social problem for both society and for those individuals personally involved. The growing furor over adolescent unplanned pregnancy has not only led to arguments over abortions on legal, financial, and moral levels but has resulted in studies pertaining to non-use of birth control among all ages. Contraceptives are not being used as widely and effectively as they could be.
The primary goal of this research is to explore the male's role (or lack of it) in family planning. A further goal is to increase awareness among practitioners in the field and among the general public, regarding the importance of male involvement.
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Burnet, Patricia Long; Jack, Rhonda Lee; and Leeson, Kathleen Margaret, "A Study of Partner Attitudes Related to Male Involvement in Contraception at Planned Parenthood, Portland, Oregon" (1978). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 2691.