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ArtikelLong Run Consequences of Parental Paid Work Hours for Child Overweight Status in Canada  
Oleh: Phipps, Shelley A. ; Lethbridge, Lynn
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Social Science & Medicine (www.elsevier.com/locate/sosscimed) vol. 62 no. 4 (Feb. 2006), page 977-986.
Topik: parental; canada; child overweight; mother's paid work; socioeconomic status
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Isi artikelThis paper explores the connection between the labour market and child overweight status in canada. The labour market as a social institution which plays a critical role in determining how families live their day to day lives, for example how much time and which parts of the day are available for cooking, eating and exercise. using longitudinal data from the statistics canada national longitudinal survey of children and youth, we find that a histoy of higher hours of paid work by mothers (but not fathers) is associated with a higher probability of being at risk of overweight / overweight for children aged 6 - 11. The policy implication we draw from this work is that additional support to better enable parents to engage in paid work without penalty to their own health or that of their children is clearly warranted.
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