From mobile phones to social networking with friends, advances in technology and the way we all communicate have transformed how teens communicate with each other. Freeze Frame is meant to provide a snapshot of teens' attitudes and behavior regarding five main categories—sex and related measures, peer and family relationships, school, community, and media.
About the Research Department
Core to the work of The National Campaign is having an objective empirical basis of evidence for all that we do. The Research Department within The National Campaign conducts research on numerous topics related to teen and unplanned pregnancy. This includes tracking trends in the prevalence of teen and unplanned pregnancy, documenting consequences related to these outcomes, describing the populations at risk, and summarizing promising approaches for prevention with a focus on science-based approaches. We focus on filling those knowledge gaps that are actionable and pivotal in moving prevention efforts forward, and translating results into materials that help inform out work as well as the work of a wide array of partners in the field.
For more information, please contact Alison Stewart.