Digital and Computational Demography

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Parental Status and Well-Being

Daniela Veronica Negraia; in Collaboration with Jennifer March Augustine (University of South Carolina, Columbia, USA), Jill Yavorsky (University of North Carolina, Charlotte, USA)

Using records of subjective well-being and time-use diary data from the American Time Use Survey, we assess the extent to which the links between parental status and subjective well-being vary along daily activities, and across different socio-demographic groups.  Detailed Description

Research Keywords:

Demographic Change, Family Behavior, Health Care, Public Health, Medicine, and Epidemiology, Intergenerational Relationships, Life Course

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Negraia, D. V.; Augustine, J. M.:
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2019-011. (2019)    
Negraia, D. V.; Augustine, J. M.:
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2019-012. (2019)    
Negraia, D. V.; Yavorsky, J. E.; Dukhovnov, D.:
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2019-013. (2019)    
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