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  • The family life cycle, leisure activities and residential evaluation
  • Le cycle familial affecte les aspirations quant à la localisation des aspirations résidentielles. De la même manière, le cylce familial affecte les loisirs. (ALS).
  • Changes in the family status of elderly women in Korea
  • Ageing ; Elderly people ; Family ; Living conditions ; Matrimonial status ; Mortality ; South Korea ; Woman
  • The AA. use family-status life tables to assess the effects of changes in demographic processes (sharp decline in fertility and mortality, aging population) on the family status of elderly women and to project trends in elderly women's family status.
  • Characteristics of post-separation families in the Netherlands : shared residence versus resident mother arrangements
  • Children ; Choice ; Divorce ; Enquiry ; Family ; Family structure ; Netherlands (The) ; Shared residence ; Way of life
  • The AA. use an explanatory mixed methods research design to enhance insight into the life course characteristics of separated parents involved in shared residence arrangements. Survey data derived from panel study and divorce are supplemented
  • Substituting for families ? Schools and social reproduction in AIDS-affected Lesotho
  • AIDS ; Children ; Education ; Family ; Impact ; Lesotho ; Social reproduction ; Teaching
  • The AIDS pandemic is transforming family life for many children and prompting concerns about the potential breakdown of social reproduction. In light of this pandemic, ways have been subjected in which schools could further substitute
  • for the diminishing capacities of families. Such initiative remain small in scale and often justified in relation to retaining children in school. There is a need for the education sector ‘role to be understood in relation to an ethics of care, rather than
  • Housing consumption over the family life cycle: an empirical analysis
  • Gender differences in chauffeuring children among dual-earner families
  • Car ; Cultural studies ; Daily life ; Family life ; Gender ; Netherlands (The) ; Society ; Trip ; Utrecht
  • Transnationalism through the life course : Hong Kong immigrants in Canada
  • Canada ; Education ; Family ; Hong Kong ; International migration ; Welfare
  • Family and household
  • China ; Cohabitation ; Family ; Family structure ; Household ; Malaysia ; Population ; Societal relations ; Socio-economic system ; United States of America ; Way of life
  • Aged in families
  • Czech Republic ; Demography ; Elderly people ; Family ; Population ageing ; Quality of life ; Woman
  • of particular families and individuals. This concerns also the living arrangements of the aged for whom the economic and social independence is very important. It seems necessary to stress several urban-rural differences as well. - (MS)
  • Tenure changes in the context of micro-level family and macro-level economic shifts
  • Acquiring property ; Family structure ; Household behaviour ; Housing ; Housing market ; Housing occupance ; Life cycle ; Model ; United States
  • Demographers and geographers have investigated tenure change in relationship to the demographic characteristics of the household. Now, the developing notions of life-course analysis and the availability of longer panel series enable to investigate
  • the critical aspects of timing. Specifically, many couples choose to buy and make the transition to a family within 2-3 years. The AA. show that tenure change is influenced by both spatial and temporal economic contexts.
  • Children and African values : Zimbabwean professionals in Britain reconfiguring family life
  • Crisis ; Diaspora ; Family life ; Foreign worker ; Skilled labour ; Social network ; United Kingdom
  • Emigration ; Family ; Family life ; International migration ; Italy ; Social integration ; Social life ; Woman
  • Reformulation of the family life-cycle concept: implications for résidential mobility
  • Demographic analysis ; Demography ; Economic impact ; Family ; Income transfer ; Life cycle ; Life expectancy ; Model ; Mortality ; Population ageing ; Statistics ; Welfare
  • The household life-cycle and housing demand : a case study
  • The article is restricted to an analysis of the adjustment of living space in dwellings to the needs of households occupying multi-family cooperative houses. The investigation has been based on information elicited through interviews
  • of the inhabitants of buildings administrated by the cooperative « Anin ». To define the types and needs of households the A. applied the periodization of the life cycle as developed by P. Hooimeijer, W. A. V. Clark, and F. M. Dieleman. - (DG)
  • The effects of region on the welfare and monetary income of Spanish families
  • Employment ; Family income ; Household behaviour ; Labour market ; Living standard ; Quality of life ; Region ; Regional disparities ; Spain ; Taxation system ; Wage inequality
  • Comportement des ménages ; Disparités régionales ; Emploi ; Espagne ; Fiscalité ; Inégalité des revenus ; Marché du travail ; Niveau de vie ; Qualité de la vie ; Revenu familial ; Région
  • Community ; Community life ; Family ; Family reunification ; Family structure ; International migration ; Social integration ; Social network
  • Communauté ; Famille ; Intégration sociale ; Migration internationale ; Regroupement familial ; Réseau de sociabilité ; Structure familiale ; Vie associative
  • Daily life ; Family ; Leisure ; Netherlands (The) ; Social space ; Space time ; Structuration theory ; Time geography ; Woman
  • in the life paths of over forty women in different household, working and living situations are studied. In doing so three types of control could be distinguished : the classic, the family-oriented and the individualistic type. - (AGD)
  • Based upon the structuration theory of Giddens and the time-space concepts put forward by Hagerstand the A. focusses upon the way women create leisure in striving to overcome the constraints of their daily life. Daily activity patterns and changes
  • Off-farm employment, land, and life cycle: transmigrant households in south Sumatra, Indonesia
  • Allocation ; Decision ; Family ; Indonesia ; Labour ; Land ; Landed estate ; Life cycle ; Peasantry ; Sumatera ; Transfer of population
  • Rôle de l'emploi non agricole dans la restructuration des économies paysannes. Incidence et mécanismes de répartition de la main-d'oeuvre: relations avec la propriété foncière et les étapes du cycle de vie familial dans le programme indonésien de
  • L'entourage familial pendant l'enfance et l'adolescence, entre faits et perceptions. Une analyse rétrospective des parcours de vie des Franciliens des générations 1930-1950
  • Childhood ; Enquiry ; Family life ; France ; Ile-de-France ; Life cycle ; Perception ; Social network
  • Ciclo de vida ; Encuesta ; Francia ; Percepción ; Red de sociabilidad ; Vida familial
  • qui l'ont jalonnée. Les faits sont confrontés aux perceptions et les appréciations du passé sont appréciées. Pour les hommes comme pour les femmes, l'entourage familial a une influence significative sur l'appréciation du passé. Les situations dans