Although the potential indirect effects of interventions on mothers and other household members are generally acknowledged, few studies explicitly quantify outcomes related to labor market activities, health, or well-being of household members other than young children.
Disengaged, Positive, or Negative: Parents’ Attitudes Toward Learning From Home Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
This study explores parent’s attitudes toward learning from home policy based on a survey from 16 provinces in Indonesia. Employing latent class analysis, it reveals three distinct groups of parents with unique compounds of attitudes: disengaged, positive and...
Age variations and population over-coverage: Is low mortality among migrants merely a data artefact?
The migrant mortality advantage has been observed extensively, but its authenticity is debated. In particular, concerns persist that the advantage is an artefact of the data, generated by the problems of recording mobility among foreign-born populations.
Parenting interventions to promote early child development in the first three years of life: A global systematic review and meta-analysis
Parents are the primary caregivers of young children and responsive parent-child relationships and parental support for learning during the earliest years of life are crucial for promoting early child development. This study evaluates the effectiveness of parenting...
Women suffered disproportionate job losses when the pandemic hit. Employment for women declined almost 8% between February and May – more than 2 percentage points worse than the corresponding drop for men.
Intergenerational transmission of child maltreatment in South Australia, 1986–2017: a retrospective cohort study
The extent of intergenerational transmission of child maltreatment is unclear due to methodological limitations in previous studies. In this study, we aimed to examine factors associated with intergenerational transmission of child maltreatment and quantify its extent...