PROBE: What were the main issues girls faced? 2. Now come to the present. Tell me what you think the main issues are for teenage girls in Aliquippatoday? 3.What kind of support do girls have regarding these issues?
4.Do you think that teenage pregnancy is an issue? 5.How can teenage pregnancy be prevented? 6. What types of supports did you have or would have liked to have had as a teenager? 7.What types of community programs currently exist as a distraction from risky behaviors? 8. Any last comments/remarks? 1. Tell me about your favorite activity to do during this time of year? 2.What do you like about living in Aliquippa? 3.What are the positives about your community? 4.What are some issues that you think girls in Aliquippa deal with? 5.What kind of support do girls have regarding these issues?
6.What are some things that you would like to see in Aliquippa for girls to do? 7. What do you think that girls need that will help them? 8. Any last comments or remarks?
used during the group, participants will be called on by an alias that they choose. They can putthe names they choose on name tents to be placed in front of them and that is how they will beidentified. However, this may be limitation since the participants may know each other. In thatcase, I would ask them to sign a confidentiality agreement. A clear explanation of theparticipation guidelines: such as speak one at a time and be honest with what you think and feelshould also be given.After the initial introductions are completed, the moderator will begin posing questionsabout the topic and guiding the discussion with the help of the focus group guide. The discussionwill be continued on each topic until no further ideas are generated. There may be an issue in
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