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This quantity includes contributions from numerous fields of analysis within the social sciences. different disciplinary angles intersect on the point of the learn matters: households, families and shoppers. jointly they replicate a wide box of analysis that often had its specific area of interest in Wageningen as 'household and purchaser studies'. The 5 separate components: the formation and dissolution of households; stratification and inequality; customer and loved ones behaviour; relaxation time; and hygiene, healthiness and society, properly replicate the broadness of this field.The eighteen contributions during this quantity have been purposefully chosen, not just according to their contents and caliber, but in addition due to their courting to the paintings of Kees de Hoog, who retired this 12 months. even supposing Kees de Hoog is a professor of family members sociology and relations coverage, his paintings through the years has prolonged a long way past that and covers the fields which are captured through the several components during this booklet. for that reason the contributions during this quantity contain an engaging learn for students around the world who've an curiosity in households, shoppers, families, and the methods they interface.

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Given the results from Table 1, which are analogous to those of model 1, it will be no surprise that these three coefficients are negative. These coefficients are significant, because they are larger that twice their standard deviations. Model 2 adds the sociological and demographic characteristics of parents and students to the regression. Adding these characteristics, which all have significant coefficients, decreases the strength of the three family-form variables considerably. Therefore, a part of the lower score on reading and math of pupils from single mother, mother and male guardian or father, mother and other family adult is caused by their less favourable economic and social conditions.

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