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    Title: 美國黑人青少年非婚單親母親家庭之原因研究
    Other Titles: Study on the causes of the black unmarried teenage female-headed parenthood in America
    Authors: 黃欣裴;Huang, Shin-pei
    Contributors: 淡江大學美國研究所碩士班
    李本京;Lee, Thomas B.
    Keywords: 青少年生育;非婚生育;女性領導家庭;黑人青少年;teenage childbearing;birth out-of wedlock;female-headed Parenthood;black teenage
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:07:33 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 低收入黑人居住區(Ghetto)有著最惡劣的居住環境,髒亂、擁擠、塗鴉以及廢棄的大樓和汽車。低收入黑人居住區的孩子,生活在擁擠的住宅區內,缺乏娛樂設施,遊戲場地少之又少,他們只能在巷弄之間嬉戲。在此情況下,青少年結黨營社,成立幫派,血氣方剛逞英雄,順其自然地幹起扒竊、偷盜甚至更嚴重的犯罪行為,然而在貧民窟,青少年很早就開始接觸人性醜惡的一面,導致低收入黑人居住區裡的青少年偏差行為特別多。黑人非婚生育的青少年大多發生在都市的內城(inner city)裡,在這裡經過的社會經濟的結構變遷下變成極度貧窮的社區。工作機會和住宅的郊區化讓低工作技能的黑人留在內城,而這些人的生產力卻也沒辦法維持一個社區所需要的資源,他們多數人都是處於失業的狀態。破舊廢棄的房舍、髒亂、擁擠、犯罪等是黑人居住環境的形容詞,黑人青少年生長在這種環境之下不管是經濟還是精神上都呈現負面的影響,而學校教育也因為社會資源的匱乏無法發揮正常的功能,同儕也就變成這個時期行為模式的認同對象。
    ㄧ個重要的經濟來源。依賴兒童家庭補助(Aid to The Family with Dependent Children, AFDC)社會福利的目的原來是為了資助單親且家中育有兒女的貧窮家庭,但日趨慷慨的
    Ghetto where the Black lives has the worst living environment, rotten、crowded、scrabble and full of abandon buildings and cars. Children growing up in the communities where are devoid of entertainment accommodations and playgrounds can only play around narrow alleys. In this condition, black teenagers organize gangs to steal、rob or engage even more severe crimes. Black teenagers are exposed to many dark sides of humanity in very young age so they have high inclination to show delinquent behaviors. Births outside marriage among black teenagers mostly happen in the inner cities where experience dramatic change of socio-economic structure and then turn into the most impoverished areas. Suburbanization of employment and living residence force the low-skill black workers to stay in the inner city and remain unemployment that eventually lead to the poverty of communities. Rearing in this kind of places would cause black teenagers to have negative economic and psychological outcomes. School system can’t develop effective functions because of community poverty, and peer groups become role models of behaviors.
    However family education is the key of reducing births outside marriage among black teenagers. Unlike traditional family formation, black matriarchal family can be traced back to the slavery history. These kinds of family formations confine themselves on educating the next generation, and contribute to teenage childbearing. Black matriarchal family reinforces the role of black female to replace traditional male functions in the family. Black male has weak responsibilities toward a family as well as was rejected from marriage market because of poverty and unemployment; therefore create more birth outside marriage. In this time social welfare becomes an important financial resource to support the family. “Aid to The Family with Dependent Children” was to help single and poor families which have dependent children. But the generosity of welfare benefits results in welfare dependency and the rise of birth rate outside marriage. Most of the welfare applicants eventually are single mothers who are never married. The heavy burden of welfare expenditure promoted welfare reform which add concept of “workfare” to put more responsibilities on single unmarried mothers. Although there is not a uniform conclusion toward if welfare benefits create more birth rate outside marriage, but we can see that welfare benefit is an influential consideration dimension from “welfare magnet effects”
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