Adolescents and young people are surrounded by sociocultural norms about sex while also developing their own ideas and opinions. Families and friends also play a role in setting expectations about sex, birth control, and relationships. The objective of this study is to describe the sociocultural norms surrounding sexual behavior and contraceptive use for adolescents and young people and assess how they influence sexual behavior and contraceptive decisions.
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