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Background: Molly, a young woman observed in the virtual experience, is an exampleof a pregnant teenager who would benefit from external sources ofsupport during her…

Background: Molly, a young woman observed in the virtual experience, is an exampleof a pregnant teenager who would benefit from external sources ofsupport during her pregnancy. There are many teenagers in hersituation. Instructions: In 2 pages (approximately 500 words), students should identify anddiscuss:
1. The teen pregnancy rates in their community/region; students should compare and contrast with rates in 2 other parts of the country. Students should be encouraged to look for areas that have different types of populations (e.g., urban, rural, suburban, diverse populations, etc.).
2. Most teens are highly connected online. Students should identify 2reputable online resources that could be recommended forpregnant teenagers like Molly. Students can consider apps, onlinesupport groups, blogs, social media sites, and/or informationalwebsites, and describe how to access the 2 selected resources andthe mission/services provided by the resources. Students shouldcritique aspects of the resources such as the ease of accessibilityand accuracy of information provided, nature of the interactivity,credentials/reputation of the organization that manages thesite/resources, literacy level required, visual appeal, creativity,use of graphics, etc. What confidentiality or ethical concernsare/may be associated with the use of these 2 resources?

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