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  • The number of children affects both the costs and the resources of a family. On one hand, family allowances increase the income earned by the parents| on the other, the maintenance of the children directly affects expenditure| finally, income tax
  • rates take account of the number of dependent children. In this paper an attempt has been made to a balance-sheet of the resources available to a couple over a life span of 40years, depending on the number of children. The allowances are those laid down
  • by the legislation in force in France in 1978. The results show a clear relative deterioration of the standard of living in the middle of the salary scale| in particular, a couple who decide to have three or more children, very quickly make considerable sacrifices
  • Distance decay and dental decay: a study of dental health among primary school children in Newcastle upon Tyne
  • The education of handicapped children and young people (special education)
  • Migrant children in the German kindergarten: data, problems and pedagogical models
  • Incidence of mouth and teeth diseases| prevention| dental care services (the organisational layout, Training, number of units and health workers, scope of work, children's and preventive dental care)| research and development.
  • Movement of crude birth rates, natality by nationality, birth rates of agricultural and non-agricultural population, extramarital natality, live birth with professional assistance, infant mortality, liveborn children by sequence of birth.
  • Favourable population climate has lasted. Both absolute number of delivered children and reproduction rate have declived but in very slow way. The total fertility rate (2,328) and the net reprodcution rate (1,108) belonged to the most favourable
  • , there is no evidence that Turks are the most segregated, but, because of their population size, they are the most spatially isolated. Foreigner children are more segregated and isolated from German children of the same age group than all foreigners are from all Germans
  • Application of the findings of the supplementary censuses of new towns in the Ile-de-France region and of the questionnaires on transport facilities. Newcomers are usually under thirty years of age. The number of children is higher than in other
  • A case study in spatial segregation: disparity in spread of immigrant workers'school children in Saint-Etienne region. About 20% of the pupils in the primary education in Saint-Etienne region are immigrant workers'children. Their importance
  • employment, cottage work, double employment and children labor. Three regions are emerging each with a specific type of economia sommersa: the Northwest, the northeastern and central regions, and the Mezzogiorno. (L'A.).