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2 сентября 2009 | Автор: Admin | Рубрика: Научная литература » Социология | Комментариев: 0

Innocenti Report Card 7 Child Poverty In Perspective: An Overview Of Child Well-Being In Rich Countries
Stationery Office Books | 2009-08-19 | pages : 84 | English | ISBN : 8889129433,8889129432 | PDF | 3.76MB

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nnocenti Report Card 7 Child Poverty In Perspective: An Overview Of Child Well-Being In Rich Countries
Cover
Copyright
Title Page
Child Well-Being in Rich Countries, A Summary Table
Main findings
Measurement and policy
Dimension 1 Material Well-Being
Figure 1.0 The material well-being of children, an OECD overview
Assessing material well-being
Children’s material well-being
Main findings
Income Poverty
A common scale
Relative income poverty
Unemployment
Deprivation
Relative Poverty
Cultural and educational resources
Conclusion
Dimension 2 Health and Safety
Figure 2.0 The health and safety of children, an OECD overview
Assessing child health and safety
Children’s health and safety
Infant survival and health
Immunization
Safety
Omissions
Pisa and hbsc
Dimension 3 Educational Well-Being
Figure 3.0 The educational well-being of children, an OECD overview
Assessing educational well-being
Children’s educational well-being
Achievement
Beyond basic skills
Transition to employment
Early childhood
Dimension 4 Relationships
Figure 4.0 Young people’s family and peer relationships, an OECD overview
Assessing young people’s relationships
Children’s relationships
Family structure
Parental time
Relationships with friends
Dimension 5 Behaviours and Risks
Figure 5.0 Behaviours and risk-taking of young people, an OECD overview
Assessing behaviours and risks
Young people’s behaviours and risks
Health behaviours
Risk behaviours
Experience of violence
Dimension 6 Subjective Well-Being
Figure 6.0 Subjective well-being of young people, an OECD overview
Subjective well-being
Young people’s subjective assessments of well-being
Perceptions of health
School
Better data for EU countries
Life satisfaction
Out of place
Conclusion
Guiding lights
Notes
Sources
Material deprivation
Health and safety
Education
Children’s relationships
Behaviour and lifestyles
Subjective well-being
Acknowledgements
UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre advisors
External advisors
Additional comments were provided by:
Child well-being in Germany
Series Information
Back Cover


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