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Tsai, Ming-Chang; Dzorgbo, Dan-Bright S. – Journal of Marriage and Family, 2012
The authors investigated variations in reciprocity and the impact of reciprocity on well-being in a West African society. They hypothesized that household size and income diversity encourage reciprocity, which in turn enhances subjective well-being. In empirical testing of these hypotheses the authors used the data of the Core Welfare Indicators…
Descriptors: Marital Status, Well Being, Foreign Countries, Poverty
Abegaz, Berhanu, Ed. – Studies in Third World Societies, 1986
The four papers in this volume discuss various facets of the poverty-demography interaction: the rationale for the desired family size of the poor, the problems of attaining such size, the effect of family size/structure on household economy, and the future well-being of the children of the poor. "Mass Poverty, Demography, and Development…
Descriptors: Children, Demography, Developing Nations, Development
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Gyansah, Samuel Tieku; Soku, Rejoice; Esilfie, Gabriel – Journal of Education and Practice, 2015
This research was conducted purposely to examine child delinquency on pupils' academic performance. Fumesua Municipal Assembly (M/A) primary school was used as the case study for the research. The specific objectives of the study are to find out the factors that contribute to child delinquent behavior, identify, if delinquent behavior influence…
Descriptors: Delinquency, Academic Achievement, Sampling, Interviews