Housing: an Under-Explored Influence on Children's Well-Being and Becoming Amy Clair1 Accepted: 30 March 2018 /Published online: 9 April 2018 # The Author(s) 2018 Abstract Research on housing has tended to focus on adult outcomes, establishing relationships between housing and a number of aspects of health and well-being housing in children ' s well-being and becoming remains under-explored. In particu lar there is a need for longitudinal studies (Coley et al. 2013 ) which take into account the nuance Downloadable (with restrictions)! Research on housing has tended to focus on adult outcomes, establishing relationships between housing and a number of aspects of health and well-being. Research exploring the influence of housing on children has been more limited, and has tended to focus on adult concerns around risk behaviours, behavioural problems and educational attainment Clair A 2018. Housing: an under-explored influence on children's well-being and becoming. Child Indicators Research 12(2):609-626. Council of Federal Financial Relations 2018. National Housing and Homelessness Agreement. Viewed 22 August 2019. Crawford B, Yamazaki R, Franke E, Amanatidis S, Ravulo J & Torvaldsen S 2015
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Clair A 2018. Housing: an under-explored influence on children's well-being and becoming. Child Indicators Research 12(2):609-626. Cooper T 2017. Homelessness in young people aged under 16 years: a literature review. Perth: Western Australian Commissioner for Children and Young People. CHP (Council to Homeless Persons) 2018 Because housing is essential, housing-cost burden is also a risk factor for various health outcomes. While it has begun to be explored in regards to adult and child health (Harkness and Newman. Housing: an Under-Explored Influence on Children's Well-Being and Becoming published in Child Indicators Research. Prescribing fitness apps for people with cancer: a preliminary assessment of content and quality of commercially available apps published in Journal of Cancer Survivorship. *by Web of Science. *by Springerlink The degree to which children grow up in crowded housing is a neglected but potentially important aspect of social inequality. Poor living conditions can serve as a mechanism of social stratification, affecting children's wellbeing and resulting in the intergenerational transmission of social inequality. This paper reports an investigation of housing crowding on children's academic achievement.
Clair, Amy (2020) 'Housing conditions and security for renters during lockdown: worse for households with children' in Baker, an Under-Explored Influence on Children's Well-Being and Becoming, Child Indicators Research. Vol. 12. 2017 Amy Clair, 2019. Housing: an Under-Explored Influence on Children's Well-Being and Becoming, Child Indicators Research, Springer;The International Society of Child Indicators (ISCI), vol. 12(2), pages 609-626, April. Jose Rosero, 2012. The ABC of Housing Strategies: Are Housing Assistance Programs Effective in Enhancing Children's Well Being Housing: an Under-Explored Influence on Children's Well-Being and Becoming published in Child Indicators Research: Prescribing fitness apps for people with cancer: a preliminary assessment of content and quality of commercially available apps published in Journal of Cancer Survivorship *by Web of Science *by Springerlink *by Altmetric We assess three explanations for associations between housing insecurity and child abuse and neglect risk: a spurious association that is fully explained by economic factors, a direct association, and an indirect association that is mediated by maternal stress. Amy Clair Housing: an Under-Explored Influence on Children's Well-Being and. Constructing a housing precariousness measure for Europe. Amy Clair, Aaron Reeves, Martin McKee, et al. Journal Article, Journal of European Social Policy - 31 May 2018. Poverty; Housing Market; Housing: an under-explored influence on children's well-being and becoming. Amy Clair. Journal Article, Child Indicators Research - 09 Apr 2018.
Dockery, A. et al. Housing and children's development and wellbeing: a scoping study. Melbourne: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute. 2010. Clair, A. Housing: An Under-Explored Influence on Children's Wellbeing and Becoming. Child Indicators Research 12: p. 609-626. 2019; Environmental Health Indicators New Zealand Clair, A. Housing: An Under-Explored Influence on Children's Well-Being and Becoming. Child Indic. Res. 2019 , 12 , 609-626. [ Google Scholar ] [ CrossRef The influence of the safety and security of environments on early childhood development (ECD) has been under-explored. Although housing might be linked to ECD by affecting a child's health and a parent's ability to provide adequate care,.
Housing: an Under-Explored Influence on Childrens Well-Being and Becoming Hans-Peter Duerr · Martin Hautzinger · Martin Hautzinger The Relationship Between Hope and Life Satisfaction Among Children in Low and Middle Socio-Economic Status Communities in Cape Town, South Afric Housing improvement in SSA may be associated not only with benefits for children's physical health but also with broader aspects of healthy child development. Future work to establish a causal link between housing and ECD and to assess its underlying mechanisms is crucial for the designing of cost-effective ECD interventions in SSA
Children who have experiences with the child welfare system are prone to running away and experiencing homelessness. 1 This may result from high rates of homeless youth being placed in substitute care, such as foster care, 2 and youth in the foster care system running away to avoid foster care, escape a specific foster care placement, or try to return home. 3 In addition, youth who have aged. Clair A. Housing: An Under-Explored Influence on Children's Well-Being and Becoming. Child Indic. Res. 2019; 12:609-626. doi: 10.1007/s12187-018-9550-7. [Google Scholar] 50. Somerville M., Mackenzie I., Owen P., Miles D. Housing and health: Does installing heating in their homes improve the health of children with asthma? Public Health..
Although parents are primary in assuring their children's well-being and healthy development, a broad range of government programs also play an important role, especially for Safety net programs provide financial assistance to families in the form of cash payments or subsidized housing, child care, or food, all of which help to alleviate th This study focused on the under-explored issue of sibling supervision in the home, drawing on data collected from a sample of Canadian mothers. The scope of this problem has led to calls for research to identify factors that influence children's risk of injury (Miller the well-being of the younger child very much depends on the adequacy. Cirman, A. (2006). Housing Tenure Preferences in the Post-privatisation Period: The Case of Slovenia. Housing Studies, 21 (1), 113-134. Search in Google Scholar. Clair, A. (2019). Housing: an Under-Explored Influence on Children's Well-Being and Becoming. Child Indicators Research, 12 (2), 609-626. Search in Google Schola . Journal of European Social Policy. 29 (1), 13-28 Clair, A., (2019). Housing: An Under-Explored Influence on Children's Well-Being and Becoming. Child Indicators Research. 12 (2), 609-62
The influence of housing provision. measurable and significant increases in the types of personal public interaction most closely linked to high individual well-being, in response to a small. 1. Introduction. A growing body of research links several neighborhood structural factors to child maltreatment rates (see Coulton et al., 2007, Freisthler et al., 2006), suggesting that place-based interventions may be a promising avenue for reducing child abuse and neglect.There has also been a great deal of research contributing to the discussion regarding racial and ethnic. A survey experiment on attitudes toward the effects of caregivers on young children's well-being in Germany (Reifenscheid, it remains an under-explored area. There is also some evidence that the COVID-10 pandemic has exacerbated existing inequalities and the risk of marginality of the weakest population. (e.g. housing, addiction. Emotional well-being during the times of turmoil depends on factors at both the individual and societal level. Thus far, research on emotional well-being during COVID-19 has focused on societal-level factors including response to situational stressors (e.g., infection fears, constraints on physical movement, limited social contact, and sudden. In England in 2015 20.2% of households lived in the PRS compared with 10.1% in 2001 (Department for Communities and Local Government 2016) and the PRS is becoming an unavoidable long term option for increasing numbers of people including families (Wilcox and Perry 2014).This is linked to rising house prices, fuelled by a growing gap between.
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