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Chapter 6 Parental marital dissolution and the intergenerational transmission of homeownership (Book chapter)

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ISBN: 9780367262822 Year: Pages: 38 Language: English
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Subject: Social Sciences
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Children of homeowners are more likely to enter homeownership than are children whose parents rent. We investigate whether this association is dependent on parental divorce, focusing on parental assistance as a conduit of intergenerational transmission. Event history analyses of data for England and Wales from the British Household Panel Survey (BHPS) show that the intergenerational transmission of homeownership is stronger for children of divorced parents compared with children of married parents. Such an eff ect may arise from two channels: (1) children of divorced parents are more in need of parental assistance due to socio-economic disadvantages associated with parental divorce; and (2) compared with married parents, divorced homeowning parents (mothers) rely more on housing wealth, rather than fi nancial wealth, for assisting children. Findings support both explanations. Children of divorced parents are furthermore less likely to co-reside. We fi nd limited evidence that when they do, co-residence is less conductive to homeownership compared with children from married parents.

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Homeowners --- children --- homeownership --- parents

Tessitrici di storie : Ricerca, azione e formazione sul narrare nella scuola dell'infanzia

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ISBN: 9788897160496 DOI: 10.4000/books.xy.3171 Language: Italian
Publisher: Editore XY.IT
Subject: Education
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Come avvengono la ricerca, l’azione e la formazione sul narrare nella scuola dell’infanzia? Che cos’è una ricerca/azione? Quali sono le categorie di un laboratorio di narrazione? Quale relazione tra laboratorio e autoriflessività? E infine, come scoprire una didattica tra narrazione e ricerca? Il volume “Tessitrici di storie” racconta gli itinerari didattici e formativi vissuti personalmente da alcuni educatori. AMISM ha raccolto in questo libro le loro riflessioni sui corsi di ricerca/azione e formazione, nella forma letteraria della narrazione di storie, andando per questo in una direzione che sta rappresentando uno stile argomentativo e restituendo al lettore un volume che ne è memoria e risposta.

Geraubte Identität

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ISBN: 9783205784623 Year: Pages: 304 Seiten DOI: 10.26530/OAPEN_437141 Language: German
Publisher: Böhlau Grant: Austrian Science Fund - D 4088
Subject: History
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Stolen identity - the forced "Germanization" of "racially valuable" children during National Socialism, illustrated by the country of Poland. Heinrich Himmler, acting in his capacity as “Reich Commissioner for the Strengthening of German Foldom”, ordered the selection of "racially valuable" polish children for "Germanization" – the Teutonic blood had to be collected even if it meant kidnapping children. For this reason polish children from orphanages, schools, forster parents, parents who refused to sign the “Volksliste” and parents who had been murdered or sent to forced labor or concentration camps had to have a "racial" examination – children who possessed the Nordic features were regarded as suitable for the “Germanization” and were distributed in special children homes. At these special children homes the children were forced to give up their own identity step by step: the children got new German names and had to learn German, moreover contact with relatives at home was painfully forbidden. In Austria, known as "Ostmark" during National Socialism, two special places were found, where polish children were confronted with "Germanization practices": the children home "Alpenland" in Oberweis next to Gmunden and the resettlement camp "Parsch" in Salzburg. After a "successful Germanization" the children were placed in German and Austrian forster families. There the children were treated in different ways: some children became a part of the family, they felt safety and comfortable and were treated like their own children. Other polish girls and boys were treated badly: the forster families took advantage of their defencelessness, they abused and beat the polish children, they reagard them just as cheap labourer. After the war only a small number of such kidnapped children was tracked by the several tracking services like UNRRA, IRO or the Polish Red Cross. But further problems arose when German and Austrian forster families or the children themselves opposed the repatriation to Poland. Being back in Poland, the polish children were regarded as children of the enemy – regarded as “German” of the polish society.

Children disengaged from armed groups in Colombia. Integration Processes in Context

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ISBN: 9788376560441 Year: Pages: 224 DOI: 10.2478/9788376560441 Language: English
Publisher: De Gruyter
Subject: Psychology
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An in-depth study of the complex situation in Colombia; extensive research involving a broad range of participants. Drawing on a broad research on historical, geographical and socio-political context of the Colombian conflict, the book explores the role of children entangled in the military fighting. Following the case studies of minors, starting from the recruitment up to the disengagement, the authors seek to understand the process itself and to analyze various support methods offered to the affected children. Weaving together different points of view, coming from the children, and from the workers of the organizations offering help, the book gives an engaging and dramatic overview of the phenomenon of child soldiers.

Das Pflegekindverhältnis - zeitlich befristete oder dauerhafte Lebensperspektive für Kinder? - 12. Göttinger Workshop zum Familienrecht 2013

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Book Series: Göttinger Juristische Schriften ISBN: 9783863951542 Year: Pages: 110 DOI: 10.17875/gup2014-765 Language: German
Publisher: Universitätsverlag Göttingen
Subject: Law
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Dieser Band vereinigt die Referate des am 29. November 2013 veranstalteten 12. Göttinger Workshops zum Familienrecht, der sich dem Pflegekindverhältnis widmete. Pflegekinder leben häufig über längere Zeit in unsicheren rechtlichen Verhältnissen, obwohl gerade für sie eine stabile rechtliche Situation wichtig ist, sei es durch Rückführung in die Herkunftsfamilie, Adoption oder rechtliche Absicherung der Pflegeverhältnisse. Eine Reform des Pflegekinderrechts wird deshalb seit vielen Jahren von verschiedensten Professionen gefordert. Den Auftakt der Veranstaltung bildete die Darstellung der Rechtsprechung des Bundesverfassungsgerichts zu Pflegekindverhältnissen (Gabriele Britz), gefolgt von einem humanwissenschaftlichen Einblick in das Bindungs- und Erziehungserleben von Pflegekindern (Martina Cappenberg). Im Anschluss wurden die Instrumente der Hilfeplanung des Jugendamtes näher beleuchtet (Diana Eschelbach), bevor die Belastbarkeit der Einschätzungen von Sachverständigen und Jugendämtern im Rahmen von Rückführungsentscheidungen aus humanwissenschaftlicher Sicht vorgestellt wurde (Heinz Kindler). Es folgte ein kritischer Blick auf die Verbleibensanordnung als Instrument zur Sicherung von Kontinuität (Ludwig Salgo). Den Abschluss bildete eine juristische Problemanalyse des Umgangs von Herkunftseltern mit ihrem fremd untergebrachten Kind (Stefan Heilmann). Die Veranstaltung endete mit einer Podiumsdiskussion zum rechtspolitischen Handlungsbedarf im Bereich des Pflegekindverhältnisses. Band 15 der Reihe „Göttinger Juristische Schriften“ Die Reihe wird von der Juristischen Fakultät der Georg-August-Universität herausgegeben und macht Veranstaltungen an der Fakultät einer interessierten Öffentlichkeit zugänglich.

Health and Children with Disabilities

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Book Series: Frontiers Research Topics ISSN: 16648714 ISBN: 9782889453573 Year: Pages: 88 DOI: 10.3389/978-2-88945-357-3 Language: English
Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
Subject: Medicine (General) --- Public Health
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Articles within this e-book are focused on the health of children with disabilities. Various frameworks have been used to articulate the dynamic interaction of the individual, environment and the task as it relates to child health. A majority of the contributing authors in this special topic are researchers within the field of adapted physical activity. This field embraces a broad perspective of inclusiveness and attitudes of acceptance.

CHAPTER 5 ‘Rapt Up with Joy’: (Book chapter)

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Book Series: Palgrave Studies in the History of Childhood ISBN: 9781137571991 Year: Pages: 21 Language: English
Publisher: Springer Nature Grant: Wellcome Trust
Subject: Sociology --- Social Sciences
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This chapter takes advantage of recent insights from the history of&#xD;emotions to offer a fresh perspective on children’s emotional responses to&#xD;death. Drawing on a range of printed and archival sources, it argues that&#xD;children expressed diverse and conflicting emotions, from fear and anxiety,&#xD;to excitement and ecstasy. In contrast to Houlbrooke and Stannard, I&#xD;have found that children’s responses seem to have changed little over the&#xD;early modern period. This continuity is largely due to the endurance of&#xD;the Christian doctrine of salvation, with its hauntingly divergent fates of&#xD;heaven and hell.

Users' Needs Report on Play for Children with Disabilities. Parents' and children's views

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ISBN: 9783110537482 Year: Pages: 140 DOI: 10.1515/9783110537482 Language: English
Publisher: De Gruyter
Subject: Education
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The needs of children and parents about play when the child has a disability are explored by mean on surveys to disability associations and families were collected during 2016 in 30 countries by members of the EU COST LUDI network Play for children with disability.The users' needs concerning play for children with disabilities are also explored by mean of case studies at a country level, based on literature reviews of avialable reports and emprirical studies in Finland, Lithuania and Sweden.

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play --- children --- disability --- parents --- users' needs

Making room: Facilitating the testimony of child witnesses and victims

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ISBN: 978192038347 Year: Pages: 70 Language: English
Publisher: Pretoria University Law Press (PULP)
Subject: Law
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About the publicationCourt rooms are frightening places for anyone testifying. Even adults are fearful about giving evidence in front of magistrates and judges, and about being questioned by prosecutors and defence lawyers. Imagine how much more scary that must be for a child. Even worse, in sexual offences children have to talk about embarrassing things, for which they do not even have an adequate or accurate vocabulary. South African law has excellent provisions which allow children to testify via intermediaries and in separate rooms, so that they need not encounter the offender. But this is only as good as the provisioning allows. In the 2009 case of Director of Public Prosecutions v the Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, the Court laid emphasis on these special arrangements, and at the time directed the Minister of Justice to place a report before the Constitutional Court on the readiness of the courts to provide the specialised services. Five years on, this report looks at the statistical evidence that is currently available, coupled with empirical evidence gathered from visits to sexual offences court, to determine how much progress has been made towards the goal of children being able to testify in a safe, child-friendly environment.About the authors:The Centre for Child Law was established in 1998 and is based in the Faculty of Law at the University of Pretoria. The Director of the Centre is Prof Ann Skelton.The Centre contributes towards the establishment and promotion of the best interests of children in South Africa through litigation, advocacy, research and education.Table of ContentsFOREWORDACKNOWLEDGMENTSIntroductionBackgroundQuantifying compliance: Where we were compared to where we are3.1 Intermediaries3.2 Separate child witness testifying rooms3.3 CCTV systems3.4 One-way mirrorsReported experiences: A qualitative view of court services for child victims and witnesses4.1 Eastern Cape4.1.1 Lusikisiki Court4.1.2 Engcobo Court4.1.3 Qumbu Court4.1.4 Ngqeleni Court4.1.5 Mthatha Court4.1.6 Concluding reflections on the Eastern Cape4.2 Free State4.2.1 Welkom Court4.2.2 Odendaalsrus Court4.2.3 Bothaville Court4.2.4 Concluding reflections on the Free State4.3 Gauteng4.3.1 Cullinan Court4.3.2 Bronkhorstspruit Court4.3.3 Krugersdorp Court4.3.4 Palm Ridge Court4.3.5 Pretoria North Court4.3.6 Concluding reflections on Gauteng4.4 KwaZulu-Natal4.4.1 Durban Court4.4.2 Camperdown Court4.4.3 Pinetown Court4.4.4 Verulam Court4.4.5 Pietermaritzburg Court4.4.6 Concluding reflections on KwaZulu-Natal4.5 Limpopo4.5.1 Sibasa Court4.5.2 Giyani Court4.5.3 Louis Trichardt Court4.5.4 Concluding reflections on Limpopo4.6 Mpumalanga4.6.1 Middelburg Court4.6.2 Ermelo Court4.6.3 Nelspruit Court4.6.4 Mhala Court4.6.5 Concluding reflections on Mpumalanga4.7 North West4.7.1 Brits Court4.7.2 Mmabatho Court4.7.3 Lehurutshe Court4.7.4 Zeerust Court4.7.5 Lichtenburg Court4.7.6 Concluding reflections on the North West4.8 Northern Cape4.8.1 Barkly West Court4.8.2 Warrenton Court4.8.3 Hartswater Court4.8.4 Douglas Court4.8.5 Kimberley Court4.8.6 Concluding reflections on the Northern Cape4.9 Western Cape4.9.1 Atlantis Court4.9.2 Parow Court4.9.3 Wynberg Court4.9.4 Paarl Court4.9.5 Cape Town Court4.9.6 Concluding reflections on the Western CapeSurvey results: Observations and some recommendations5.1 Lack of accommodation5.2 Intermediaries5.2.1 Skills and competency5.2.2 Debriefing of intermediaries5.2.3 Evaluation of intermediaries’ performance5.2.4 Appointment of intermediaries – Contract5.3 Awareness of the needs of child victims and witnesses5.4 Lack of toys and other means to keep children busy5.5 Lack of refreshments for child victims and witnessesConcluding recommendations

L’enfant et la mort dans l’Antiquité III. Le matériel associé aux tombes d’enfants : Actes de la table ronde internationale organisée à la Maison méditerranéenne des sciences de l’homme (MMSH) d’Aix-en-Provence, 20-22 janvier 2011

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ISBN: 9782491788018 DOI: 10.4000/books.pccj.1355 Language: French
Publisher: Publications du Centre Camille Jullian
Subject: History
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Ce volume rassemble les communications presentées à la troisième et dernière réunion scientifique organisée dans le cadre du programme « L’enfant et la mort dans l’Antiquité : des pratiques funéraires à l’identité sociale » (EMA), financé par l’Agence nationale de la recherche (ANR) de novembre 2007 à novembre 2011. Les 26 contributions - rédigées en français, en italien ou en anglais - envisagent la question du matériel associé aux tombes d’enfants. Dépose-t-on autant d’objets auprès des tout-petits, des enfants de 6-7 ans et de 12-13 ans ? La nature de ces offrandes varie-t-elle en fonction du sexe ? Dans quelle mesure certaines d’entre elles - « biberons », vases miniatures, astragales, figurines en terre cuite sont-elles caractéristiques des sépultures d’immatures ? Ces questions se posent-elles de la même façon dans les différentes régions du monde méditerranéen et tout au long des douze siècles environ que couvre notre enquête ? Les articles réunis ici envisagent ces problèmes dans un cadre plus large que celui du monde méditerranéen classique - Grèce et Rome -, en intégrant des études relatives à l’Égypte préhellénistique, à Carthage, au monde celtique du Midi et à la Gaule non méditerranéenne. Certaines de ces contributions présentent des découvertes récentes, partiellement ou entièrement inédites.

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