Dengue virus (DENV) affects nonimunne human populations in tropical and subtropical regions. In the Americas, dengue has drastically increased in the last two decades and Brazil is considered one of the most affected countries. The high frequency of asymptomatic infection makes difficult to estimate prevalence of infection using registered cases and to locate high risk intra-urban area at population level. The goal of this spatial point analysis was to identify potential high-risk intra-urban areas of dengue, using data collected at household level from surveys. Two household surveys took place in the city of Goiania (~1.1 million population), Central Brazil in the year 2001 and 2002. First survey screened 1,586 asymptomatic individuals older than 5 years of age. Second survey 2,906 asymptomatic volunteers, same age-groups, were selected by multistage sampling (census tracts; blocks; households) using available digital maps. Sera from participants were tested by dengue virus-specific IgM/IgG by EIA. A
Many factors could be co-related with psychological distress in secondary school adolescents. Few of such factors are the style parents adopt in raising their adolescents, and the family characteristics in which adolescents are nurtured. This study was designed to look at the relationship between parenting style/family characteristics and adolescents’ psychological distress. Specifically, the study was designed to investigate the styles that parents adopt in raising their children, the family characteristics of adolescents, such as the family type, the family size and parental figure, and how these variables can contribute to psychological distress among secondary school adolescents. To guide the study, six hypotheses were formulated. The descriptive survey was adopted for the study, in which five schools were randomly selected for the study; selection of schools was restricted to only mixed gender schools in order to make comparisons easier. 40 students were selected from each of the schools
Unequal power relations operate not only in the public world but also in the private sphere, within households. This Guidance has been developed to support national statistical offices in developing ways to measure power in the private sphere, looking at who usually makes decisions about a variety of matters, from routine grocery shopping to saving up for a car, and from seeing a doctor to visiting relatives.. The Guidance proposes seven different dimensions of intra-household decision-making: Union formation, sexual and reproductive decisions; Decisions about division of labour; Health-related decisions; Decisions about social life and personal liberties; Decisions about childrens education and upbringing; Financial decisions; Perception of control and satisfaction with decision-making ...
That said, most older Australians own their home, so the cost of living for these people is not substantially affected by accommodation costs. For example, in 2002-03, for reference persons aged 55 years or over living in private dwellings, 72% owned their home outright, and for those aged 65 years or over the outright ownership rate was 80%. Thus, for households where the reference person was aged 55 years or over (the age group most relevant to grandparent families), the housing costs were lower than for other households. In 2002-03, housing costs for households where the reference person was aged 55 years or over were just over one quarter of the housing costs of other households. As a proportion of gross household income, the housing costs of the older households were 6% - less than half the proportion they were for other households. ...
Factors affecting our ability to control an Ebola outbreak include transmissibility of the virus and the proportion of transmissions occurring asymptomatically. We performed a meta-analysis of Ebola household secondary attack rate (SAR), disaggregating by type of exposure (direct contact, no direct …
Three waves of data were collected, in addition to detailed information about program group members participation and engagement in SHM services. The first wave of data was collected when families first enrolled in the SHM study, just prior to being randomly assigned. Husbands and wives were asked to complete a set of baseline instruments that capture socio-demographic and other characteristics such as employment, education, household composition, marital quality and satisfaction, and prior life experiences. The second wave of data was collected approximately 12 months after families first entered the study, through an adult follow-up survey and an observational study. All husbands and wives were asked to complete a follow-up survey (10,181 respondents). The survey includes measures of household composition, marital stability, marital quality, parental psychological well-being, parental employment and economic outcomes, material and financial hardship, social support and networks, coparenting ...
This table presents Family Characteristics of Adults, Age and Sex for the Population 15 Years and Over in Private Households of Canada, Provinces and Territories, Census Divisions and Census Subdivisions.
This table presents: Selected Demographic, Educational, Labour Force and Income Characteristics , First Official Language Spoken , Immigrant Status and Period of Immigration , Age Groups and Sex for the Population of Canada, Provinces, Territories, Census Metropolitan Areas and Census Agglomerations, 2011 National Household Survey.
This study looks at household contacts of a notified pertussis case and the impact that vaccination and antibiotic usage has on transmission. It identifies several methodological problems with household studies of pertussis including selection bias if using notified cases, lack of consistency in sensitivity when using case definition/clinical history to determine case status, and the importance of controlling for antibiotic treatment in studies of household transmission estimating vaccine effectiveness.
Internal to the model the denominator of this equation is referred to as the household intensity, which falls as the pre-work age term rises. Thus the household size rises with the pre-work age term.. There is an additive shift factor calculated in the first year of the model run to assure a match of the calculated and empirical values; that shift factor decays to zero over 100 years.. ...
People should consider the potential privacy concerns associated with the use of online or telephone-based communications (e.g., screen grabs) when they engage in the activities described above.. Reducing the risk of transmission during sex. There are a few ways to reduce the risk of exposure to the virus during sex that involves in-person contact. These include limiting sexual contact to someone in the same household, to a regular partner outside of their household or to the small group of people in their social circle. In any scenario, sex should only be had with consenting partners.. Sex with someone in the same household is not any riskier than other forms of physical closeness that are common when people live together. Limiting sex to a household partner is the second-safest option, after sex that involves physical distancing.. If this is not an option, sex can be limited to one regular partner outside their household or with people in a small social circle to reduce the risk of virus ...
Data Collection Notes: In this hierarchical dataset each household has three separate record types. There is one A record per household, containing farm and livestock statistics, . Each household has one or more B records, which provide information on crop production, and one or more C records, containing demographic information on household members. For the total sample of 21,118 households, there are three or more records per case, depending on the number of B and C records for a given household. There are 16 variables for the A records, a maximum of approximately 77 variables for the B records, and a minimum of five variables for the C records. An earlier version of this collection, AGRICULTURAL AND DEMOGRAPHIC RECORDS FOR RURAL HOUSEHOLDS IN THE NORTH, 1860 (ICPSR 7420), is available in rectangular format.. ...
We are extending, until December 28, 2018, the expiration date of our disability examiner authority (DEA) rule, which authorizes State agency disability examiners to make fully favorable determinations without the approval of a State agency medical or psychological consultant in claims that we consider under our quick disability determination (QDD) and compassionate allowance (CAL) processes. This is our last extension of this rule because we will phase out the use of DEA during the extension period under section 832 of the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 (BBA). This extension provides us the time necessary to take all of the administrative actions we need to take in order to reinstate uniform use of medical and psychological consultants. The current rule will expire on November 11, 2016. In this final rule, we are changing the November 11, 2016 expiration or sunset date to December 28, 2018, extending the authority for 2 years and 1 month. This is the final extension of our DEA rule. On ...
Although water bills comprise less than 1% of household expenditure, water companies continue to help all hard-pressed UK households through a variety of routes.. Water companies know that some customers are having trouble paying their water bills, along with other household bills. If customers find themselves in this situation, they should contact their water company as it will have a range of potential help available.. Although water bills comprise less than 1% of household expenditure, water companies continue to help all hard-pressed UK households by charging stable and affordable prices.. Over the next five years, companies will be providing greater support than ever, increasing the number of people who receive help paying their bill from their water company by 90%, up to an estimated 1.4 million customers by 2025.. ...
Downloadable! This article focuses on the consequences of the Indian lockdown in terms of debt. It is based on an ongoing study in a rural area of Tamil Nadu, South India. It draws on a long-term knowledge of this region, longitudinal quantitative household survey data on employment, debt and assets (2010-2016/17) as well as qualitative surveys conducted by telephone since the beginning of the lockdown in March 2020. Our results show: (i) the drying up of part of farm income and the bulk of off-farm income; (ii) the limited role of cash saving and cash transfers; (iii) the debt burden, since the population has faced massive debt growth over the past decade and some households are already very financially fragile; (iv) a predominance of informal finance with, however, a rise in finance; (v) a suspension of repayments, including for most informal lenders; (vi) a halt to unsecured debt and an erosion of the trust that cements most transactions; (vii) finally, the emergence of new forms of secured debt that
The study assessed the social factors that influence residential area preference in Otukpo town of Benue State, Nigeria. Variables considered based on households΄ characteristics and used for the study include: sex, age, marital status, household size, educational level, the safety of neighborhoods, and availability of school, power supply, water supply and public transport. Three sampling techniques were employed for the study. First stratified sampling technique was used to stratify the study area into eleven (11) residential areas; secondly, systematic random sampling was used in which one household head was selected based on the skipping ratio of four (4) per interval. A total of 400 households were selected and administered questionnaire, but 386 households returned their questionnaire. The data collected for this study were analyzed using factor analysis because of its ability to reduce large variables to manageable factors. Using factor analysis based on Kaiser Principle, two factors ...
Downloadable! In this paper the role of family structure in mitigating income volatility in the absence of income insurance in low-income agricultural environments is discussed. Hypotheses concerning the relationship between the membership, size and composition of households and insurance-based income transfers are tested using longitudinal data from India. A test is also performed of whether a households ability to reduce risk ex post via family arrangements affects its willingness tobear risk ex ante through its selection of formal tenancy contracts. The results support these hypotheses concerning the risk-mitigating roles of both household structure and share contracts, and indicate as well the importance of heterogeneity in risk-aversion across households.
SUMMARY. In this paper nonparametric Kernel smoothing technique is used to determine the functional form of the engel curves of some selected commodities separately for household groups with different household occupations, social classes and household compositions. The performances of these are compared with those of some popular parametric engel curves using the NSS 38th round household level data of rural Maharashtra. The rank of the demand system consisting of these commodities is determined using the rank test of Lewbel (1991) and Gill and Lewbel(1992) and the likelihood ratio test. AMS (1991) subject classification.62G07, 62P20.. Key words and phrases. Kernel regression, engel curves, rank test. Full paper (PDF) ...
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Purchase this Report (Price 3250 USD for a Single-User License) - https://www.absolutereports.com/purchase/15692389 Detailed TOC of Global Household Cleaners Market Trends, Status and Forecast 2020-2026 1 Household Cleaners Market Overview 1.1 Product Overview and Scope of Household Cleaners 1.2 Covid-19 Impact on Household Cleaners Market Production Growth Rate Segment by Type 1.3 Covid-19 Impact on Household Cleaners Segment by Application 1.4 Covid-19 Impact on Global Household Cleaners Market Size Estimates and Forecast by Region 1.5 Covid-19 Impact on Global Household Cleaners Market Growth Prospects 1.5.1 Global Household Cleaners Revenue Estimates and Forecasts (2015-2026) 1.5.2 Global Household Cleaners Production Capacity Estimates and Forecasts (2015-2026) 1.5.3 Global Household Cleaners Production Estimates and Forecasts (2015-2026) 1.6 Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Impact Will Have a Severe Impact on Global Growth 1.6.1 Covid-19 Impact: Global GDP Growth, 2019, 2020 and 2021 ...
Most work on the demography of kinship has concentrated on the nuclear family, lineal consanguineals, and household structure and has been informed by stable population theory. This article focuses on demographic instability, collateral kin, inferences for political life, and kin selection and implicitly on anthropological societies. Anthropological societies are small and structured by status rather than contract (1). Kinship is the most important component of organization in such societies, within which most of the history of the genus Homo has been played out. Kinship is also an important component of political and economic activity in other societies, especially among elites or ethnic subgroups (see, for example, ref. 2; see also refs. 3-12). The moral imperatives governing relations between kin of different categories and the role of kinship as the foundation of social structure are explicated especially in the work of Radcliffe-Brown and Forde (13), Evans-Pritchard (14), Fortes (15, ...
Lulu Nair at a panel at IAS 2017 , DTHF. Dr Millicent Atujuna presented her research on how family household structures can affect whether adolescents take the HIV-prevention drug, PrEP. Youth are a key population that are vulnerable to unique barriers when accessing HIV prevention tools, including prejudices at home. The study, that took place in Cape Town, South Africa, questions 50 participants who were HIV negative and sexually active to explore what sorts of familial support are available.. Three main types of family support structure were found: the close-knit family who actively support their childrens prevention choices, the loose-knit family who gave no support and the family that gave passive support. The majority of the adolescents had disclosed their PrEP usage to the family, but over a quarter had kept it a secret. Atujuna commented that In general, we found support to be fundamental to PrEP use; however, family support empowered youth more than partner support, highlighting its ...
This Record provides a mechanism for identifying the relationship of each individual in a household to all others. There are two records for each relationship pair to separately identify the relationship in either direction (e.g. one record identifies that person 1 is the parent of person 3, while another record identifies that person 3 is the child of person 1). The relationship codes are not gendered, so the sex of each person is also given. The relationship given is that of the second person to the first (e.g. if KPNO = 1 and KOPNO = 3 and KREL = 4 (natural child)) then person 3 is the natural child of person 1. The variable KLWSTAT allows the computation of household composition change measures since Wave Ten. The results displayed in the following tables are obtained from unweighted data. A full discussion of the use of the weights contained on this Record Type appears in Volume A ...
Why two incomes arent necessarily better than one, particularly when considering how real-world households structure expenses and the non-linearity premium!
This survey aims at estimating the number of persons with symptoms associated with the flu syndrome and at following up the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Brazilian labor market.. The data collection of the National Household Sample Survey - PNAD COVID19 began on May 4, 2020, with interviews by telephone in nearly 48 thousand households per week, adding up to nearly 193 thousand households per month in the entire National Territory. The sample is permanent, i.e., the households interviewed in the first month of data collection will remain in the sample along the next months, up to the end of the survey.. The questionnaire is divided into two parts, one directed to health issues, specifically on symptoms associated with the flu syndrome, and the other, to labor issues. The health issues investigate the occurrence of some of the major symptoms of COVID19 in the reference period of the survey, taking into account all the residents of the household. Those who showed any symptom are asked ...
This paper will have three parts. Firstly, it will review existing literature on the role of grandparents as child-carers. Secondly, it will offer new evidence from the UK Time Use Survey on the amounts of time spend by women and men over the age of 45 in providing childcare to other households, and the number of hours of care received by children from their grandparents, differentiating both care-giving and care-receiving generations by age, employment status, occupation and region. Thirdly, these findings are combined with demographic evidence about the likelihood that mothers in successive cohorts have had their own mother still alive and well, living in the same local authority district and not employed full-time, during the period when their first child was aged 3-11.. LE TAG ET LE GRAFF MURAL: EXPRESSIONS DE LA RELEGATION URBAINE Author(s): Alain Milon. Phenomena dating back to the mid-1980s, tags and murals seem to modify the Citys face by integrating more or less well into the urban ...
The reason why doctors administer the Hepatitis B injection to babies so early is that often mothers or other household contacts in the family may not be aware that they are the carriers and may transmit the disease to the newborn. 9 out of 10 children affected by the Hepatitis B will remain carriers for a very long time. One in four of those can go on to develop very severe things, such as liver cirrhosis, liver cancer, liver failure or even death. However, its a vaccine preventative disease and its important to protect the baby from an early age to protect them in later stages of their life ...
Results. Findings showed that beneficiary households had higher HDDS compared to the non-beneficiary households. The results also suggest that beneficiary households with larger household size, higher income, who were living in rural areas and who have female as well as more educated financial managers, tend to have a more diverse diet. On the other hand, a higher prevalence of malnutrition was observed among children in beneficiary households ...
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The Swedish households debt relative to income has increased for some time now, with the Riksbanks executive board expressing its concern for the risk it brings. It has been debated whether or not to take the high indebtedness into account when setting the policy rate. There is at the same time no consensus about the relationship between the repo rate and household debt. This study aims to examine the effect of a change in the repo rate on household debt-to-income ratio, using a VAR-model. The result is that a 1 percentage point shock to the repo rate for one quarter will have a negative impact on the household debt-to-income ratio by 1.75 percentage points after about 8 quarters. However this may not decrease the risk associated with the debt due to higher unemployment. ...
Unfortunately, some of the chemical additives that give plastics desirable performance properties can pose risks to the environment and human health. Below is a list of some chemicals you should look out for when youre buying toys or other household items
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The Expanded CURF is only available through the Remote Access Data Laboratory (RADL) and contains more variables and more detailed data for selected variables than the Basic CURF. An information paper explaining data content, technical details and conditions of use is available on the ABS web site and via the Information by link on the RADL home page ...
You can get buccal swab test kits when placing an order on our website. Or you can also order test kits by email at [email protected] Testing requires two buccal swab samples per animal.. Before collecting the sample, make sure that animals mouth is as clean as possible to avoid contamination with bacteria and other foreign DNA, for example, from other dogs or cats in the same household.. ...
Resource shares, defined as the fraction of total household spending going to each person in a household, are important for assessing individual material well-being, inequality and poverty. They are difficult to identify because consumption is measured typically at the household level, and many goods are jointly consumed, so that individual-level consumption in multi-person households is not directly observed. ...
his Tracking Report presents findings from the HSC Community Tracking Study Household Survey, a nationally representative telephone survey of the civilian, noninstitutionalized population conducted in 1996-97, 1998-99 and 2000-01. Each of the surveys was conducted over a roughly 12-month period that overlapped two calendar years (e.g., from September 2000 to September 2001). For ease of presentation and discussion, we refer only to a single calendar year for each of the surveys (1997, 1999 and 2001), although the results also reflect the latter part of the preceding year for each of the surveys. Data were supplemented by in-person interviews of households without telephones to ensure proper representation. Each round of the survey contains information on about 60,000 people, and response rates ranged from 60 percent to 65 percent.7. Estimates of unmet need and delayed care were based on the following two questions: (1) During the past 12 months, was there any time when you didn t get the medical ...
The number of dwellings in South West Group is forecast to grow from 147,603 in 2011 to 215,816 in 2021, with the average household size rising from 2.62 to 2.64 by 2021. Access in-depth demographics for South West Group from the population experts, id.
In developing countries, the age at which the children leave the parents household to form their own household has increased. Yet little is known about the Brazilian situation. The objective of this paper is to understand the changes occurred in the living arrangements of the male and female young adults from ages 15 to 29 in 1986, 1996 and 2006. Have the living arrangements of young adults changed in these two decades? How do arrangements in 2006 differ from those in 1986? Are there differences between male and female living arrangements? Are there regional differences within Brazil? What are the socioeconomic and demographic factors associated with co-residing with parents or forming one´s household? Data come from the National Household Sample Survey (PNAD), collected by the Brazilian Census Bureau. The methodology includes descriptive statistics and logistic regression models, the dependent variable being co-residence with parents.. ...
Resource shares, defined as the fraction of total household spending going to each person in a household, are important for assessing individual material well-being, inequality and poverty. They are difficult to identify because consumption is measured typically at the household level, and many goods are jointly consumed, so that individual-level consumption in multi-person households is not directly observed. ...
The Census usual resident population of Semaphore Park in 2016 was 4,289, living in 2,192 dwellings with an average household size of 2.14.
The Census usual resident population of Bundoora in 2016 was 13,652, living in 5,490 dwellings with an average household size of 2.64.
Advanced Studies in Biology, Vol. 8, 2016, no. 1, 39 - 52 HIKARI Ltd, www.m-hikari.com http://dx.doi.org/10.12988/asb.2016.626 Design and Construction of Household Composter…
The number of UK households living in fuel poverty has risen again in the face of rising energy prices, to stand at 4.5 million in 2008, latest figures show.