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Journal of Population Behavioral, Social, and Environmental Issues
A questionnaire assessing beliefs about the permissibility of abortion was administered to 70 single women who had never been pregnant (n = 22) or who were deciding to terminate (n = 25) or continue (n --23) an unplanned pregnancy. Respondents were given a list of 22 circumstances and asked to indicate the general permissibility and the permissibility for themselves of each item, in addition to indicating the most and least adequate circumstances for abortion. Factor analysis revealed similardoi:10.1007/bf00972499 fatcat:2o32xvqs7vhntnd2ll2wjhluca