Salem's Haven: A program for young unmarried mothers

Full Title
Salem's Haven: A program for young unmarried mothers
Author
Ray R Ohlendorf
Abstract
The Researcher used a Mixed Methods Approach. A qualitive primary method was used first, then using the qualitive data as a basis for collecting and interpreting the quantitative data. The researcher examined various theories concerning the cause of pregnancy among young unmarried women; theories such as poverty, poor home life, the absence of fathers, and others. The qualitive portion of the dissertation consisted of interviews, surveys, empirical evidence, graphs, and others. Using a mixed methods approach enabled the Researcher to tailor it to a select audience. The program of this dissertation addressed the spiritual, physical, and emotional needs of the mothers from a Christian perspective.
Degree Granting Institution
Advisor
Peter J Scaer
Language
English
Date
2018
Number of Pages
309
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