Grounded Theory, Qualitative Study, Reproductive Health Program Interventions, Unintended Pregnancy
Loyola-Roca, Mae Richell
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This qualitative study, utilizing a grounded theory method covered in-depth interviews with five pregnant students, who were identified through a convenience purposeful sampling, in Eastern Samar State University – Salcedo Campus, during the 1st semester of School Year 2014-2015, was conducted in order to understand the recurrence of unintended pregnancy among adolescent and young adult. It examined the involvement of language to the phenomenon and how it could contribute to the prevention of unintended pregnancy among adolescents and reproductive health intervention programs.