Children and adolescents with low socioeconomic status SES suffer from mental health problems more often than their peers with high SES. Sample data include 2, participants aged 7—17 years at baseline from the first three measurement points —, — and — Hierarchical multiple linear regression models were conducted to analyze associations among the SES indicators household income, parental education and parental unemployment assessed at baseline , number of stressful life situations e. All indicators of SES separately predicted mental health problems in children and adolescents at the 2-year follow-up.
Literature review: health disparities among individuals with different socioeconomic status.
I know that poverty is something many children face, so it is good that there are books out there to help them through that difficult time, or to understand their situation. How are they addressed? What are children learning from what they read? Are stereotypes being perpetuated? These are the things I began to consider.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Feinstein Published Medicine, Sociology The Milbank quarterly Mortality rates in the developed world have fallen sharply during the twentieth century. Individuals of lower socioeconomic status, however, generally have faced higher mortality rates than individuals of higher status.