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Multi-Fetal Births

Summary: Critiques Harner's (2003) study based on the relationship between domestic violence, and trauma related care of pregnant teenagers, and their male partners, based on the age of the male either being a peer or an adult.
The purpose of this critique is to explore Harner's (2003) study based on the relationship between domestic violence, and trauma related care of pregnant teenagers, and their male partners, based on the age of the male either being a peer or an adult. The researcher used a nonexperimental, descriptive, comparative design to conduct her research and compile it into statistical findings that could be analyzed. Overall the research conducted did not prove the objective stated by Harner (2003), but the rest of the study gives light to how these findings can be applied to areas of interest for healthcare providers, researchers, and policy makers. This critique will explore how strong this research is in terms of a quantitative study.

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The title clearly suggested and clarified the research purpose, which is the question of paternal age making a difference in domestic violence and trauma care in teenage pregnancy. In addition...

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