The International Society for Child Indicators

3rd International Society of Child Indicators Conference (2011, York)

Opening Plenary

 

Child Well-Being in the Early Years: What Matters?

Kathleen Kiernan

           

How Indicators Helped Save the Lives of 3 Million Children a Year?

Peter Adamson

 

Parallel Sessions

(by the ABC of the family name of the first presnetor)

 

Realizing more equitable social development in Kenya: experiences from community social budgeting process and social intelligence reporting.

Achoba Isaac Isa, Godfrey Ndeng’e, Moses Ogola, Bonee Wasike and Robert Peter Ndugwa, Kenya

PPT     Abstract

 

An Inclusive Proposal of indicators to compare Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) systems within different European Welfare Regimes

Ana Ancheta Arrabal, Spain

PPT     Abstract

 

Freedom and Care. Empirical and Theoretical Aspects of Children’s Well-Being

Andresen Sabine, Germany

PPT     Abstract

 

The Precarious Worlds of Children: A methodological approach to the experience of poverty from the point of view of children

Andresen Sabine, Elena Bütow, Daniela Kloss, and Sarah Korenke, Germany

PPT     Abstract

 

Staff Maltreatment in Residential Care for Children At-Risk: The Adolescents’ Perspective

Attar-Schwartz Shalhevet, Israel

PPT     Abstract

 

Elham Palestine: Learning for Wellbeing

Awartani Marwan, Palestine

PPT     Abstract

 

Child well-being in severely disadvantaged families

Backe-Hansen Elisabeth, Norway

Abstract

 

Adolescent well-being subjective indicators of relationships in a Romanian and Spanish adolescent sample.

Bălţătescu, Sergiu, Ferran Casas, Adrian Hatos, Irma Bertran and Mònica González, Romania

PPT     Abstract

 

Developing child well-being indicators at county level in Romania

Bălţătescu Sergiu, Claudia Oşvat and Brînduşa Antonia Grigoraş, Romania

Abstract

 

Happiness and Education: A Research Study on Value-Based Education

Barragan Paola, UK

PPT     Abstract

 

Child Labor Legislation and the Status of Child Labour in India

Begum Salma, India

Abstract

 

Exploring the well-being of Algerian schooled children using the Draw and Write techniques

Belazzoug Soumia and Habib Tilioune, Algeria

Abstract

 

“Children as…”: How children are represented in (inter)national reporting systems

Betz Tanja, Germany

Abstract

 

The Impact of Psychosocial Well-being on the Health Behaviours of Rural Children

Bilinski Hope, Louise Humbert and Carol Henry, Canada

PPT     Abstract

 

International comparisons of social gradients in child health: methodological issues

Bird Philippa and Kate Pickett, UK

PPT     Abstract

 

The CSHCN Screener: Key Findings, Methods Issues, and its Relationship with Well-Being

Blumberg Stephen, Christina D. Bethell and Paul W. Newacheck, USA

PPT     Abstract

 

Consumption approach to the cost of children: The case of China and Norway

Borgeraas Elling and Ragnhild Brusdal, Norway

PPT     Abstract

 

Virginity, Early Marriage and Well-Being of Roma girls: The Children’s Rights Perspective

Bosnjak Branislava and Ljiljana Sinickovic, Germany

PPT     Abstract

 

Youth mentoring and the well-being of young people: Evidence from an Irish mixed-methods evaluation

Brady Bernadine, Ireland

PPT     Abstract

 

A strategic approach to data and research – implications for Children’s Services Committees in Ireland

Brooks Anne-Marie, Sinéad Hanafin and Gillian Roche, Ireland

PPT     Abstract

 

Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Methods for Assessing the Wellbeing of Children in Need

Canali Cinzia and Tiziano Vecchiato, Italy

PPT     Abstract

 

Conflicting views and indicators of students participation in school mediation through in Catalonia

Cargill Dwayne and Mary Clarke, Jamaica

PPT     Abstract

 

Subjective indicators of adolescents’ well-being: Comparing some results among four Latin-languages-speaking countries

Casas Ferran et al., Spain

PPT     Abstract

 

Subjective well-being among Spanish adolescents according to their self-categorization as audiovisual media consumers

Casas Ferran, Sara Malo, Irma Bertran, Carme Montserrat and Mònica González, Spain

PPT     Abstract

 

From observations to indicators: A computer package to support the management of social risk in childhood and adolescence

Casas Ferran and Carme Montserrat, Spain

PPT     Abstract

 

Multi-national study of children’s subjective well-being and daily activities: the Spanish and Brazilian testing

Casas Ferran et al., Spain

PPT     Abstract

 

What can young carers tell us about resilience?

Cassidy Tony, Ireland

PPT     Abstract

 

Girl Child in Contemporary India

C.G. Lakshmipathi, Meraj Bano and Pauline Edwin  India

PPT     Abstract

 

Minnesota School Readiness Report Card ñ Indicators of child, family, and system well-being

Chase Richard, USA

PPT     Abstract

 

Investigating the relationship between parent and child subjective well-being in Great Britain

Clair Amy, UK

PPT     Abstract

 

Do Child Maintenance Policies Improve Children’s Economic Well-being in Both Developing and Developed Countries? The Case of Colombia and the US

Cuesta Laura and Daniel R. Meyer, USA

PPT     Abstract

 

Young People’s emotional well-being: The impact of parental employment patterns

Cusworth Linda, UK

PPT     Abstract

 

Bridging research, policy & practice: the role of EU civil society network

D’Addato Agata and Jana Hainsworth, Belgium

PPT     Abstract

 

Investigating the robustness of the CSE index

Daly Anne, Annie Abello, Honge (Cathy) Gong and Justine McNamara, Australia

PPT     Abstract

 

France setting up a new process for collecting data in children in care system: A challenge at local and national level

de Ayala Constance, Maud Gorza and Tania Lejbowicz, France

PPT     Abstract

 

The Effects of Malnutrition and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder on the Learning Capacity of Children

de Neubourg Elise and Chris de Neubourg, Netherlands

Abstract

 

Female Children of Migrant Labour : A Socio-Psychological Study of Ranchi District in Jharkhand, India

Dewan Renu, India

PPT     Abstract

 

Youth well-being and youth suicide: two sides of the same coin?

de Wilde Erik Jan, Dominic Richardson and Jonathan Bradshaw, Netherland

Abstract

 

First year after care: How are they doing and what contribute to their life satisfaction? A longitudinal research

Dinisman Tamar, Israel

PPT     Abstract

 

Child poverty across 36 countries

Engilbertsdottir Solrun, Gaspar Fajth, Sharmila Kurukulasuriya and Nicholas Rees, USA

PPT     Abstract

 

Children’s SWB after Tsunami 2004: A Study in Tamil Nadu/India

Exenberger Silvia and Barbara Juen,            Austria

PPT     Abstract

 

Adults’ Perceptions of Child Well-Being. Developing and Validating a Helpful Measuring Instrument

Eva Expósito, Esther López, Enrique Navarro and Bianca Thoilliez, Spain

PPT     Abstract

 

On the Measurement of Child Well-Being through Summary Indexes

Fernandes Liliana, Américo Mendes and Aurora A.C. Teixeira, Portugal

PPT     Abstract

 

Growing up in Foster Care: Perceptions of Children’s Wellbeing

Fernandez Elizabeth, Australia

PPT     Abstract

 

Child Disciplinary Practices: Results from the MICS3

Fluke John, Katherine Casillas and Fred Wulczyn, USA

PPT     Abstract

 

Children and Families: Time Management and Perception of Stress

Fontainha Elsa, Portugal

PPT     Abstract

 

Building Evidence for Practice on How to Support Adolescents through a Comparative Tracking of their Perceived Social Support Outcomes

Forkan Cormac, Ireland

PPT     Abstract

 

Well-being, risk an marginalization

Frønes Ivar, Norway

PPT     Abstract

 

Child’s well-being after leaving a center for infants and single mothers

Ganne Claire,  France

PPT     Abstract

 

Analysis of the Major Causes of High Infant Mortality Rate in Uganda

Gilbert Habaasa, Uganda

PPT     Abstract

 

The “Contagion” of Subjective Well-Being: How Happiness Spreads Across Adolescents’ Social Network

Gilman Rich Inga Carboni and Scott Huebner, USA

Abstract

 

Building indicators for Child Friendly Cities and Communities and assessing local progress in child well-being through a participatory approach

Giusti-Dora Roger Hart and Pamela Wridt, Italy

PPT     Abstract

 

Cross-national measurement of school learning environments: Creating indicators for evaluating UNICEF’s Child Friendly Schools

Godfrey Erin et al., USA

PPT     Abstract

 

Using Administrative Data to Create Local-level Child Well-Being Indices

Goerge Robert and Roopa Seshadri, USA

PPT     Abstract

 

Children’s Subjective Well-being: Personality and Demographic Correlates

Goswami Haridhan, UK

PPT     Abstract

 

Brands consumption, children’s well-being and experience of social exclusion

Gross-Manos Daphna, Israel 

Abstract

 

Well-Being of Young People from Disadvantaged Turkish Migrant Background in Germany

Güner Pinar Burcu, Germany

Abstract

 

Growing up in the panel: Towards longitudinal measurement of child poverty

Hall Katharine, South Africa

PPT     Abstract

 

Educational Outcome Indicators of Young People in England by Family Structure

Hampden-Thompson Gillian and Stacey Bielick, UK

PPT     Abstract

 

Happy Families? The association between parental life satisfaction and older children’s self-esteem

Hart Debbie, USA

PPT     Abstract

 

Changing Disparities in Child Well-Being across Income Groups in the U.S.: 1985-2008

Hernandez, Donald     UK

Abstract

 

Making child well-being data work hard: what is possible?

Hobbs, Tim; Nick Axford; and David Jodrell  UK

PPT     Abstract

 

How effective are social grants in supporting families? Tax-benefit model family analysis

Hoelscher, Petra         Namibia

PPT     Abstract

 

Outcomes, indicators and professional work in integrated children’s services

Hood, Rick      UK

PPT     Abstract

 

Child Poverty in 6 CEE/CIS Countries

Huby, Meg; and Jonathan Bradshaw UK

PPT     Abstract

 

Beyond Indices? The potential of fuzzy set ideal type analysis for comparative analysis of children’s well being

Hudson, John; and Stefan Kühner     UK

PPT     Abstract

 

Early Maternal Employment and Child Development in five OECD Countries

Huerta, Maria  France

PPT     Abstract

 

“Having to keep silent” – Familial Growing Up and the ‘Educational Process’ Using the Example of Migration in a Capabilities Perspective

Hunner-Kreisel, Christine        Germany

PPT     Abstract

 

Children’s Well-Being: The Research & Policy Challenges

Husary, Dina et al.     

Abstract

 

Monitoring violations against children during armed conflicts

Jayasekaran, Subajini; and Christine Watkins           Israel

Abstract

 

Well-being among Immigrant Youth in Israel

Kahan-Strawczynski; Dganit Levi; and Viacheslav Konstantinov      Israel

PPT     Abstract

 

How was it for me? A review of Every Child Matters through the lens of the marginalised child

Kellett, Mary    UK

PPT     Abstract

 

Children’s perspectives of well-being in English and New Zealand primary schools

Kellock, Anne  UK

PPT     Abstract

 

Child Wellbeing in developing countries: limitations of the United Nations-Child Rights Convention (UN-CRC) Framework while developing children’s social policies

Khadka, Suman          Australia

PPT     Abstract

 

A study on the mental health of North Korea refugee youth in South Korea

Kim, Yeunhee Korea

PPT     Abstract

 

Listen to me and respect me for who I am – Youth in transition: subjective well-being in Guatemala, South Africa, Kurdistan and Norway

Kipperberg, Elise         Norway

Abstract

 

A child with two homes: richer or poorer?

Kutsar, Dagmar; and Kairi Kasearu    Estonia

PPT     Abstract

 

The extent of family and school social capital promoting positive subjective well-being among children in Shenzhen, China

Lau, Maggie; and Wanxin Li   Hong Kong

PPT     Abstract

 

Inter-agency data sharing and protection: Measuring child well-being in the United States

Lawler, Michael; Gail S. Goodman; Ingrid M. Cordon; and Shay O’Brien    USA

PPT     Abstract

 

The Relationship between Children’s Development and Socioeconomic Factors in Korea

Lee, Bong Joo Korea

PPT     Abstract

 

Child Indicators Lost in Translation

Li, Junlei          USA

PPT     Abstract

 

Peer agression in Chile: The influence of classroom and school level factors on children’s well-being

López, Verónica; María de los Ángeles Bilbao; Paula Ascorra; Álvaro Ayala; and Macarena Morales        Chile

Abstract

 

A Snapshot of Health and Child Development in Indonesia: Baseline Findings

Maika, Amelia; Elan Satriawan; Amanda Beatty; Sally Brinkman; and Menno Pradhan, Indonesia

PPT     Abstract

 

Developing a child-centric measure of child poverty

Main, Gill         UK

PPT     Abstract

 

Assessment of Reading Comprehension of Immigrant Students and Those from Socio-cultural Disadvantaged Situations

Martín-Pastor, Elena; Francisca González-Gil; and Cruz Sánchez   Spain

PPT     Abstract

 

Investments in Children’s Health: Are community-based health services reaching those most at risk? A spatial analysis

Matheson, Lauranne   Canada

PPT     Abstract

 

Changing Track and Tracking Change: Lessons Learned from Systems Change Strategies in Los Angeles County, 1984-2011

McCroskey, Jacquelyn; and John Milner      USA

PPT     Abstract

 

Neighborhood effects on child injuries

McDonell, Jim; and Tracy Waters      USA

PPT     Abstract

 

The dynamics of shared care in the UK

McKay, Stephen         UK

PPT     Abstract

 

Poverty and inequality among children in economically advanced countries

Menchini, Leonardo    Italy

PPT     Abstract

 

Latent Class Analysis of the Breadth, Severity and Stability of Child Health Inequalities

Mensah, Fiona; Jan M. Nicholson; Liz Headley; John B. Carlin; Donna Berthelsen; and Melissa Wake     Australia

PPT     Abstract

 

Child Health & Conflict in Cote d’Ivoire

Minoiu, Camelia; and Olga N. Shemyakina   USA

PPT     Abstract

 

Tax-benefit approach to well-being of single-parent families in the CEE countries

Mitchell, Eva   Czech Republic

Abstract

 

Intergenerational links of parental socio-economic resources and children’s health outcomes at different stages of their life-course – evidence from Indonesia.

Mohaupt, Sarah          UK

Abstract

 

Evaluating “Best Preventive Practice” – The development and wellbeing of vulnerable children assigned a preventive practice by municipalities.

Mølholt, Anne-Kirstine; Helle Hansen; and Mette Lausten     Denmark

Abstract

 

What factors influence inequality between children in care and other children? Differences in their intergenerational transitions

Montserrat, Carme; and Ferran Casas          Spain

PPT     Abstract

 

Measures of Positive Outcomes: An Interim Report

Moore, Kristin; Laura Lippman; Lina Guzman; and Megan Kuhfeld  USA

Abstract

 

The Robustness of Indices of Child Well-being

Moore, Kristin; and David Murphey    USA

PPT     Abstract

 

Safeguarding children from harm: the availability and comparability of data to facilitate cross-national comparisons

Munro, Emily; and Rebecca Brown   UK

PPT     Abstract

 

Residential Mobility and Children’s Well-Being

Murphey, David; and Kristin A. Moore           USA

PPT     Abstract

 

How Are Our Kids Today?

Murphy, Tara; and Suzanne Guerin   Ireland

PPT     Abstract

 

Children’s Well-Being in Germany: Results of the “LBS-Kinderbarometer Deutschland”

Müthing, Kathrin; Anja Beisenkamp; Christian A. Klöckner; and Claudia Preissner, Germany

PPT     Abstract

 

Development and inter-rater reliability of the “Care for Development – appraisal tool” (CDA): Assessment and monitoring of child development during first three years

Nadeem, Sanober; Bilal Iqbal Avan; and Ghazala Rafique   Pakistan

PPT     Abstract

 

Materialism, Inequality and Wellbeing in Childhood: Using International Ethnography to Understand the Dynamics

Nairn, Agnes; Alison Marshall; and Oliver Sweet       UK

PPT     Abstract

 

The YeSS! Project [Year Seven Support] – Supporting vulnerable learners in their transition to secondary school: A randomised controlled trial

Nash, Poppy   UK

PPT     Abstract

 

Social participation by adolescents in the context of secondary education: Its relationship with personal well-being

Navarro, Dolors; Ferran Casas; Mònica González; and Sara Malo  Spain

PPT     Abstract

 

Kenya’s Health Sector Budget: How Aligned is it to the Child National Health Priorities?

Ndugwa, Robert; Albert Mwenda; Isaac Isa Achoba; Godfrey K. Ndeng’e; and Bonee Wasike      Kenya

PPT     Abstract

 

Feelings count: Measuring children’s subjective well-being for charities and funders

Nevill, Camilla UK

 Abstract

 

Young People & Well-being: contemporary science debates in Wales

Newton, Julie; and Cerys Ponting      UK

PPT     Abstract

 

Monitoring child well-being in the EU: measuring cumulative deprivation

Notten, Geranda; and Keetie Roelen Canada

PPT     Abstract

 

Reliability and validity study for SS-PSCK

Oh, Yeongrok; and Kwanbai Park      Korea

Abstract

 

Measures of Child Well-Being from a Decentralized Statistical System: The Case of the United States

O’Hare, William; Stephen Blumberg; Laura Lippman; and Matt Stagner (PANEL), USA

Abstract

 

Brief Overview of the United States Statistical System

William O’Hare, USA
Abstract

 

Measures of Child Well-Being from a Decentralized Statistical System: A View From the U.S. National Center for Health Statistics

Stephen Blumberg
Abstract

 

Developing Federal Data to Portray the Whole Child in Context

Laura Lippman
PPT

 

Improving Federal Measurement in the Early Years of Life

Matt Stagner
PPT

 

Normative assumptions of child indicators

Olk, Thomas; and Maksim Hübenthal            Germany

PPT     Abstract

 

OECD and Education in Canada: Misinformation

Phillips, Ron    Canada

PPT     Abstract

 

Life events and children’s subjective well-being

Pople, Larissa UK

PPT     Abstract

 

Targeting Programs for Vulnerable Children in Ethiopia

Pullum, Thomas          USA

PPT     Abstract

 

Childhood and Child Agency in Kyrgyzstan

Rasulova, Saltanat      UK

PPT     Abstract

 

The Relationship between Policymakers’ Choices of Outcome Indicators for Children and Policies to Reduce Inequality Between Children: Australia Since the 1980s

Redmond, Gerry         Australia

PPT     Abstract

 

Children’s subjective well-being: Findings from national surveys in England

Rees, Gwyther            UK

PPT     Abstract

 

Spending on children in the OECD and well-being outcomes: a question of how much or how?

Richardson, Dominic  France

PPT     Abstract

 

A mixed-method taxonomy of child poverty – the case of Ethiopia

Roelen, Keetie; and Laura Camfield  UK

PPT     Abstract

 

Children and Crime – Guidelines for the development of an Index of Youth Crime Indicators

Roestenburg, Wim      South Africa

PPT     Abstract

 

Development of indicators of loss parental care with child and parent participation.

Rogers, Jo; Elena Orbova; and Evgeniya Ermolaeva           Russia

PPT     Abstract

 

Failure to supervise and injuries in the Canadian child welfare system

Ruiz-Casares, Mónica; and Nico Trocmé      Canada

Abstract

 

Associations between World Assumptions and Well-being in Brazilian adolescents

Sarriera, Jorge; Eveline Favero; Ângela Carina Paradiso; and Tiago Zanatta Calza, Brazil

PPT     Abstract

 

Relations between Social Support and Well-being in Adolescents

Sarriera, Jorge; Lívia Maria Bedin; Eveline Favero; Daniel Abs; Mariana Canellas Benchaya; and Tiago Zanatta Calza   Brazil

PPT     Abstract

 

Brazilian adolescents’ says on their well-being and quality of life

Sarriera, Jorge; Ângela Carina Paradiso; Fabiane Friedrich Schütz; Maíne Alves Prates; and Anelise Lopes Rodrigues        Brazil

PPT     Abstract

 

A qualitative inquiry investigating the influence of community violence and adolescents’ sense of hope on perceptions of well-being in a high violence community in Cape Town

Savahl, Shazly; and Serena Isaacs    South Africa

PPT     Abstract

 

Technology and Professional Practice: Reflections on the Integrated Children’s System

Shaw, Ian        UK

Abstract

 

Challenges in analysis of the children’s health risks caused by indoor air pollution in developing countries using and processing data on child well-being

Shimada, Yoko; and Yuzuru Matsuoka          Japan

PPT     Abstract

 

A follow up on a cohort of maltreated children treated in the community and in out-of-home placements: Background and outcomes

Shimoni, Edna; and Rami Benbenishty          Israel

PPT     Abstract

 

Multi-national study of children’s subjectivewell-being and daily activities (Panel)

Shimoni, Edna; Sabine Andresen; Asher Ben-Arieh; Ferran Casas; Katharina Gerarts; and Larissa Pople (PANEL)            Israel

PPT     Abstract

 

Israel’s Basic Data Analysis – What I think and feel about life: Responses to Questionnaire of 8 to 12 year olds

Edna Shimoni and Asher Ben-Arieh

PPT

 

The 2nd Pilot Study in Germany focussing on 8-year-olds

Sabine Andresen and Katharina Gerarts
PPT     Abstract

 

Multinational study of children’s well-being and daily activities

Feran Casas
PPT     Abstract

 

Multi-national study of children’s subjective well-being: learning from the pilot work in England

Larissa Pople
PPT     Abstract

 

Children’s views on the implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). The case of children in state care, Malaysia.

Siti Hajar, Abu Bakar Ah; and Pathmanathan a/l Nallasammy          Malaysia

PPT     Abstract

 

What do indicators measuring the ‘Home Learning Environment’ tell us about child development in the early-years?

Skinner, Christine       UK

Abstract

 

The Introduction of Early Education Provision for Two Year Old Children in England

Smith, Ruth     UK

Abstract

 

Indicating Success in Public Child Welfare: Child Outcomes, System Performance and the CFSR Process

Smith, Susan; and Lisa Tuttle USA

PPT     Abstract

 

Multifaceted Risk and Preventive Factors Associated with Childhood Emotional Disorders

Sohn, Byoungduk       Korea

Abstract

 

Measuring Child Well-being across Cultures

Stephenson, Paul        USA

PPT     Abstract

 

Intervention or Prevention? National Child Well-Being Strategies in Germany and Great Britain Instancing Health Behavior in Early Childhood

Stolberg, Carolyn; and Carina Marten            Germany

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Indigenous Children’s Well-Being: Inter-generational Trauma

Stubbs, Glendra (Galiindurra) Australia

Abstract

 

Local child maltreatment rates and protective service responses: The role of ethnicity and community socio-economic characteristics

Sulimani-Aidan, Yafit  Israel

PPT     Abstract

 

Language Policy Dilemmas and Children’s Well-Being

Tannenbaum, Michal  Israel

Abstract

 

The contribution of children’s parliament in ensuring the rights and well-being of children in Konso, Ethiopia

Terefe, Amsalu           Norway

PPT     Abstract

 

Perceptions of Future Teachers and Education Professionals about Five Key Dimensions of Child Well-Being.

Thoilliez, Bianca; Enrique Navarro; Esther López; and Eva Expósito           Spain

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Discipline, Guidance and Punishment

Thompson, Patricia     New Zealand

Abstract

 

Subjective well-being of secondary school students in Algeria: A survey research

Tiliouine, Habib; and Fatima Tlemsani           Algeria

Abstract

 

Italian validation of three American scales aimed at measuring children’s well-being

Tommasi, Beatrice; and Elena Ruviglioni      Italy

PPT     Abstract

 

How the Child Indicators work in Mainland China?

Tong, Xiaojun  China

Abstract

 

Body image and the concern of Australian children: some implications for policies and practice

Toussaint, Jonathan    Australia

PPT     Abstract

 

Treat Us Like We Matter: The Role of Youth In Measuring and Telling their Stories about Health and Well-being

Turpel-Lafond, Mary; Michelle Wong; and Annie Smith        Canada

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Developing Child Well-Being Indicators for Istanbul-Turkey

Uyan, Pinar; Serra Müderrisoğlu; Abdullah Karatay; Başak Akkan; Zeynep Kılıç; Burcu Oy           Turkey

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Developing Data Collection Methods to Study Subjective Hospital Experiences of Pre-School-Aged Children

Viikeri, Eveliina; Anna Axelin; and Sanna Salanterä  Finland

PPT     Abstract

 

A Report on Child Well-being in Spain: The Development of a Comprehensive Index and its Results

von Bredow, Maria     Spain

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Education & employment of youth in Chicago: Using linked administrative data to assess indicators & outcomes of educational achievement & economic well-being

Weigensberg, Elizabeth; Lauren Sartain; Shannon Guiltinan; Matt Stagner; and Robert Goerge    USA

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Permanency, Disparity and Social Context

Wulczyn, Fred USA

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Measuring Child Poverty and Vulnerabilities: Experience and Lessons learnt from Sentinel Site Early Warning Monitoring System in Six Pacific Island Countries

Yoshihara, Reiko; Vijay Naidu; Mili Kaitani; Viliami Fifita; and Peter Whiteford        Fiji

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