Measuring Family Health: Associations between Family Health and Socioeconomic Status
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Family Health, Income, Education, SEM
Families play an important role in the wellbeing of the individual and the community (Hanson et al., 2019; Garris & Weber, 2018; Schumann & Mosley, 1994). As such, it is of interest to investigate the factors that contribute to making families healthy. With the development of a new family health scale (Weiss-Laxer et al., 2020; Crandall et al., N.D.), such analyses are now made possible. Using three indicators to measure both objective and subjective socioeconomic status (SES), this study investigated the relationship between individual SES and family health.
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Haehnel, Quenla and Crandall, Alice Ann Ph.D., "Measuring Family Health: Associations between Family Health and Socioeconomic Status" (2021). Library/Life Sciences Undergraduate Poster Competition 2021. 18.
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