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Print: 1582-8344

Electronic: 2247-6571


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DETERMINANTS OF CHILD LABOR IN MALAWI AND TANZANIA
Courage C. MUDZONGO, Christopher M. WHITSEL
MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS OF CHILDREN OF UNDOCUMENTED PARENTS IN THE UNITED STATES: A HIDDEN CRISIS
Jorge DELVA, Pilar HORNER, Ramiro MARTINEZ Laura SANDERS, William D. LOPEZ, John DOERING-WHITE


ABOUT THE RATIO BETWEEN THE INDIVIDUAL NEEDS AND THE FAMILY INCOME-ROMANIA 2010

Abstract
Reporting to the year 2010, in the present paper we intend to determine the level of the social inequality in Romania. The research was based on a national representative sample. Instead to use directly the total earnings of a person we suggest analysing the ratio between the individual needs and the family income. We applied statistical tests and we used frequently the stochastic order to establish possible differences among different subgroups selected by the residence type, gender or by the age criterion. For every studied subgroup the average opinion reveals a general dissatisfaction state imposed by the reduced chance to have a decent level of life. More, we proved that the discontent degree increases regularly with the age of the individual. The most affected persons are the elderly and the people living in the rural area.
Keywords
income, social inequality, family, poverty.

Author
Stefan V. STEFANESCU
PhD, Researcher, Institute for Quality of Life Research (ICCV), Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania. E-mail: stefan_corneliu2005@ yahoo.com

How to cite
Stefanescu, S. (2013). ABOUT THE RATIO BETWEEN THE INDIVIDUAL NEEDS AND THE FAMILY INCOME-ROMANIA 2010, Journal of Community Positive Practices, Nr. 3/2013, 113-129


Acknowledgement for editing contribution to Tyler GEBAUER, Ben STRAUSS, Carleton College, Northfield, MN, USA


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