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  • Join ISCI – International Society for Child Indicators
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  • Join ISCI for 2016! – International Society for Child Indicators
    Dinisman We are pleased to offer a special one year membership for 2016 This special offer includes four copies of the journal Child Indicators Research for 2016 More information can be found here About Contact Us Goals Join Us Members

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  • Members – International Society for Child Indicators
    journalists The global character of the Society offers unique opportunities for studying and sharing knowledge as well as for seeking new partnerships and initiating studies and projects beyond the national or smaller regional networks Coming together under the banner of an international society to study and use child well being indicators offers an invaluable opportunity for collaboration shared resources problem solving support and education We hope you will consider joining

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  • Standing Committee – International Society for Child Indicators
    of Sociology University of Oslo Norway Robert M Goerge Co chair Chapin Hall Center for Children at the University of Chicago USA Bong Joo Lee Department of Social Welfare Seoul National University Korea Jan Mason Social Justice and Social Change Research Centre University of Western Sydney Australia Kristin Moore Child Trends Washington DC USA Bill O Hare The Annie E Casey Foundation USA Sabine Andresen Bielefeld University Germany Ferran Casas

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  • 1st International Society of Child Indicators Conference – International Society for Child Indicators
    Measurement Data and Method Issues Children s Consumption Equivalence Scales and the Cost of Children How Do We Assess the Economy of Children in Modern Economies Elling Borgeraas and Ragnhild Brusdal National Institute for Consumer Research Norway The Relationship between Parental Satisfaction from Diagnostic Procedures and Their Treatment Choices for Children with Autism Cory Shulman Brody Hebrew University of Jerusalem Bringing Comprehensive Indicators into Elementary School Work A Practical Instrument for Mapping Student Needs Sima Zalcberg Miriam Cohen Navot and Iman Awadyeh Myers JDC Brookdale Institute Israel Session 12 Measurement Data and Method Issues Young Children s Subjective Well Being and Its Connections with the Discontent of the Family in a Changing Cultural Context Anja Riitta Lahikainen University of Tampere Finland and Inger Kraav Tartu University Estonia Indicators of Early Childhood Disaster Risk Using Data for Strategic Improvements in Emergency Preparedness Elizabeth F Shores Cathy Grace Erin Barbaro and Jamie Heath Mississippi State University USA Síolta the National Quality Framework for Early Childhood Education Defining Quality Experiences for Young Children Jacqueline Fallon Center for Early Childhood Development and Education St Patrick s College Ireland Social Competence among Children and Adolescents Development of an Indicator Stephen J Blumberg Adam C Carle Kathleen S O Connor et al Centers for Disease Control National Center for Health Statistics USA Kristin Anderson Moore Child Trends USA Session 13 Major Sources of Child Indicators in the United States Child Trends Data Bank Brett Brown Child Trends USA KIDS COUNT Project William O Hare KIDS COUNT USA Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics Martha Moorehouse Department of Health and Human Services USA Session 14 Micro Level Indices of Child Well Being Overview of Micro Level Indices of Child Well Being Kristin Anderson Moore Child Trends USA Indices of Child Well Being Based on the National Survey of America s Families Sharon Vandivere and Kristin Anderson Moore Child Trends USA An Index of Child Well Being Based on the National Survey of Children s Health Laura Lippman Kristin Anderson Moore and Sharon Vandivere Child Trends USA The America s Promise Index Peter Scales and Peter Benson Search Institute Kristin Anderson Moore Laura Lippman Brett Brown Child Trends USA Session 15 Child Indicators and Cultural Differences Vulnerable Children in Daycare Centers Soeren Smidt and Suzanne Krogh University College Denmark Assessment Issues Faced by Child Protection Investigation Officers Working with Families from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities An Australian Exploratory Study Jatinder Kaur Queensland Dept Child Safety Australia Assessing Children s Psychological Well Being in Namibia Lessons for Research and Policy Mónica Ruiz Casares McGill University Montreal Children s Hospital Canada Session 16 Policy Development Child Indicators as Performance Measures for a State Early Childhood System Initiative Ida Mae Arnold North Carolina Partnership for Children USA A Collaborative Approach to Measuring Service Systems for Children with Health Needs Diane Behl Richard Roberts and Adrienne Akers Utah State University USA Social Capital The Emperor s New Clothes or a Functional Approach to Defining Indicators of Children and Young

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  • 3rd International Society of Child Indicators Conference – International Society for Child Indicators
    and the US Cusworth Linda UK Abstract Young people s emotional well being the impact of parental employment patterns and other factors Presentation Young People s emotional well being The impact of parental employment patterns D Addato Agata and Jana Hainsworth Belgium Abstract Bridging research policy practice the role of EU civil society network Presentation Bridging research policy practice the role of EU civil society network Daly Anne Annie Abello Honge Cathy Gong and Justine McNamara Australia Abstract Investigating the Robustness of Small Area Level Measures of Risk of Social Exclusion for Australian Children Presentation Investigating the robustness of the CSE index de Ayala Constance Maud Gorza and Tania Lejbowicz France Abstract France setting up a new process for collecting data in children in care system a challenge at local and national level Presentation France setting up a new process for collecting data in children in care system a challenge at local and national level de Neubourg Elise and Chris de Neubourg Netherlands Abstract The Effects of Malnutrition and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder on the Learning Capacity of Children Dewan Renu India Abstract Female Children of Migrant Labour A Socio Psychological Study of Ranchi District in Jharkhand India de Wilde Erik Jan Dominic Richardson and Jonathan Bradshaw Netherland Abstract youth well being and youth suicide two sides of the same coin Dinisman Tamar Israel Abstract First year after care How are they doing and what contribute to their life satisfaction A longitudinal research Presentation First year after care How are they doing and what contributes to their life satisfaction Engilbertsdottir Solrun Gaspar Fajth Sharmila Kurukulasuriya and Nicholas Rees USA Abstract Can Multidimensional Poverty Capture Child Vulnerability Presentation Child poverty across 36 countries Exenberger Silvia and Barbara Juen Austria Abstract Children s Well Being after Tsunami A Study in Tamil Nadu India Presentation Children s SWB after Tsunami 2004 A Study in Tamil Nadu India Eva Expósito Esther López Enrique Navarro and Bianca Thoilliez Spain Abstract Adults Perceptions of Child Well Being Developing and Validating a Helpful Measuring Instrument Presentation Adults Perceptions of Child Well Being Developing and Validating a Helpful Measuring Instrument Fernandes Liliana Américo Mendes and Aurora A C Teixeira Portugal Abstract A review essay on the measurement of child well being Presentation On the Measurement of Child Well Being through Summary Indexes Fernandez Elizabeth Australia Abstract Growing up in foster care Children s perceptions of their wellbeing Presentation Growing up in Foster Care Perceptions of Children s Wellbeing Fluke John Katherine Casillas and Fred Wulczyn USA Abstract Child Disciplinary Practices Analyses from Households in the Third Round of the UNICEF Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys Presentation Child Disciplinary Practices Results from the MICS3 Fontainha Elsa Portugal Abstract Children and Families Time Management and Perception of Stress Presentation Children and Families Time Management and Perception of Stress Forkan Cormac Ireland Abstract Building evidence for practice on how to support adolescents through a comparative tracking of their perceived social support outcomes Presentation Building Evidence for Practice on How to Support Adolescents through a Comparative Tracking of their Perceived Social Support Outcomes Frønes Ivar Norway Abstract Well being risk an marginalization Presentation Well being risk an marginalization Ganne Claire France Abstract Child s well being after leaving a center for infants and single mothers Presentation Child s well being after leaving a center for infants and single mothers Gilbert Habaasa Uganda Abstract Analysis of the Major Causes of High Infant Mortality Rate in Uganda Gilman Rich Inga Carboni and Scott Huebner USA Abstract The Contagion of Subjective Well Being How Happiness Spreads Across Adolescents Social Network Giusti Dora Roger Hart and Pamela Wridt Italy Abstract Building indicators for Child Friendly Cities and Communities and assessing local progress in child wellbeing through a participatory approach Presentation Building indicators for Child Friendly Cities and Communities and assessing local progress in child well being through a participatory approach Godfrey Erin et al USA Abstract Cross national comparisons of Child Friendly Schools An analysis of student reported survey data from South Africa Nicaragua and the Philippines Presentation Cross national measurement of school learning environments Creating indicators for evaluating UNICEF s Child Friendly Schools Goerge Robert and Roopa Seshadri USA Abstract Using administrative data to create indices of child and family needs Presentation Using Administrative Data to Create Local level Child Well Being Indices Goswami Haridhan UK Abstract Children s Subjective Well being Personality and Demographic Correlates Presentation Children s Subjective Well being Personality and Demographic Correlates Gross Manos Daphna Abstract Brands consumption children s well being and experience of social exclusion Güner Pinar Burcu Germany Abstract Well Being of the Third Generation Turkish Immigrant Youth in Germany Presentation Well Being of Young People from Disadvantaged Turkish Migrant Background in Germany Hall Katharine South Africa Abstract Growing up in the panel Towards longitudinal measurement of child poverty dynamics Presentation Growing up in the panel Towards longitudinal measurement of child poverty Hampden Thompson Gillian and Stacey Bielick UK Abstract Educational Outcome Indicators of Young People in England by Family Structure Presentation Educational Outcome Indicators of Young People in England by Family Structure Hart Debbie USA Abstract The association between parental life satisfaction and older children s self esteem Presentation Happy Families The association between parental life satisfaction and older children s self esteem Hernandez Donald UK Abstract Changing Disparities in Child Well Being across Income Groups in the U S 1985 2008 Hobbs Tim Nick Axford and David Jodrell UK Abstract Making child well being data work hard what is possible Presentation Making child well being data work hard what is possible Hoelscher Petra Namibia Abstract The effectiveness of social protection measures to reduce child poverty and vulnerability in Namibia Presentation How effective are social grants in supporting families Tax benefit model family analysis Hood Rick UK Abstract Outcomes indicators and professional work in integrated children s services Presentation Outcomes indicators and professional work in integrated children s services Huby Meg and Jonathan Bradshaw UK Abstract Child poverty in six CEE CIS countries Presentation Child Poverty in 6 CEE CIS Countries Hudson John and Stefan Kühner UK Abstract Beyond Indices The potential of fuzzy set ideal type analysis for comparative analysis of children s well being Presentation Beyond Indices The potential of fuzzy set ideal type analysis for comparative analysis of children s well being Huerta Maria France Abstract Early Maternal Employment and Child Development in five OECD Countries Presentation Early Maternal Employment and Child Development in 5 OECD Countries Hunner Kreisel Christine Germany Abstract Having to keep silent Familial Childhood in the Context of Migration and the Question of Well Being from a capabilities Perspective Presentation Having to keep silent Familial Growing Up and the Educational Process Using the Example of Migration in a Capabilities Perspective Husary Dina et al Abstract Children s Well Being The Research Policy Challenges Jayasekaran Subajini and Christine Watkins Israel Abstract Monitoring violations against children during armed conflicts Kahan Strawczynski Dganit Levi and Viacheslav Konstantinov Israel Abstract Well being among Immigrant Youth in Israel Presentation Well being among Immigrant Youth in Israel Kellett Mary UK Abstract How was it for me Reviewing the impact of Every Child Matters in the UK through the lens of the child Presentation How was it for me A review of Every Child Matters through the lens of the marginalised child Kellock Anne UK Abstract Children s perspectives of well being in English and New Zealand primary schools Presentation Children s perspectives of well being in English and New Zealand primary schools Khadka Suman Australia Abstract Child Wellbeing in developing countries limitations of the United Nations Child Rights Convention UN CRC Framework while developing children s social policies Presentation Child Wellbeing in developing countries limitations of the United Nations Child Rights Convention UN CRC Framework while developing children s social policies Kim Yeunhee Korea Abstract A study on the mental health of North Korean refugee youth in South Korea Presentation A study on the mental health of North Korea refugee youth in South Korea Kipperberg Elise Norway Abstract Listen to me and respect me for who I am Youth in transition subjective well being in Guatemala South Africa Kurdistan and Norway Kutsar Dagmar and Kairi Kasearu Estonia Abstract A child with two homes richer or poorer Presentation A child with two homes richer or poorer Lau Maggie and Wanxin Li Hong Kong Abstract The extent of family and school social capital promoting positive subjective well being among children in Shenzhen China Presentation The extent of family and school social capital promoting positive subjective well being among children in Shenzhen China Lawler Michael Gail S Goodman Ingrid M Cordon and Shay O Brien USA Abstract Inter agency data sharing and protection Measuring child well being in the United States Presentation Inter agency data sharing and protection Measuring child well being in the United States Lee Bong Joo Korea Abstract The Relationship between Children s Development and Socioeconomic Factors in Korea Presentation The Relationship between Children s Development and Socioeconomic Factors in Korea Li Junlei USA Abstract Lost in Translation Unintended Psychosocial Consequences Stemming from the Intended Use of Child Indicators Presentation Child Indicators Lost in Translation López Verónica María de los Ángeles Bilbao Paula Ascorra Álvaro Ayala and Macarena Morales Chile Abstract Peer agression in Chile The influence of classroom and school level factors on children s well being Maika Amelia Elan Satriawan Amanda Beatty Sally Brinkman and Menno Pradhan Indonesia Abstract A Snapshot of Health and Early Childhood Development in Indonesia Baseline Results Presentation A Snapshot of Health and Child Development in Indonesia Baseline Findings Main Gill UK Abstract Developing a child centric measure of child poverty Presentation Developing a child centric measure of child poverty Martín Pastor Elena Francisca González Gil and Cruz Sánchez Spain Abstract Assessment of Reading Comprehension of Immigrant Students and Those from Socio cultural Disadvantaged Situations Matheson Lauranne Canada Abstract Investments in Children s Health Are community based health services reaching those most at risk A Spatial Analysis Presentation Investments in Children s Health Are community based health services reaching those most at risk A spatial analysis McCroskey Jacquelyn and John Milner USA Abstract Changing Track and Tracking Change Data Lessons Learned from Systems Change Strategies in Los Angeles County 1984 2009 Presentation Changing Track and Tracking Change Lessons Learned from Systems Change Strategies in Los Angeles County 1984 2011 McDonell Jim and Tracy Waters USA Abstract Path models of neighborhood effects on child injuries Presentation Neighborhood effects on child injuries McKay Stephen UK Abstract The dynamics of shared care in the UK Presentation The dynamics of shared care in the UK Menchini Leonardo Italy Abstract Poverty and inequality among children in economically advanced countries the Innocenti Report Card series Presentation Poverty and inequality among children in economically advanced countries Mensah Fiona Jan M Nicholson Liz Headley John B Carlin Donna Berthelsen and Melissa Wake Australia Abstract Including multiple domains in analysis of health inequalities Latent class analysis of physical cognitive and socio emotional development in the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children Presentation Latent Class Analysis of the Breadth Severity and Stability of Child Health Inequalities Minoiu Camelia and Olga N Shemyakina USA Abstract Child Health and Conflict in Cote d Ivoire Presentation Child Health Conflict in Cote d Ivoire Mitchell Eva Czech Republic Abstract Tax benefit approach to well being of single parent families in the CEE countries Mohaupt Sarah UK Abstract Intergenerational links of parental socio economic resources and children s health outcomes at different stages of their life course evidence from Indonesia Mølholt Anne Kirstine Helle Hansen and Mette Lausten Denmark Abstract Evaluating Best Preventive Practice The development and wellbeing of vulnerable children assigned a preventive practice by municipalities Montserrat Carme and Ferran Casas Spain Abstract What are the factors influencing the inequality between children and children in care The differences among their intergenerational transitions Presentation What factors influence inequality between children in care and other children Differences in their intergenerational transitions Moore Kristin Laura Lippman Lina Guzman and Megan Kuhfeld USA Abstract Measures of Positive Outcomes An Interim Report Moore Kristin and David Murphey USA Abstract The Robustness of Indices of Child Well being Presentation The Robustness of Indices of Child Well being Munro Emily and Rebecca Brown UK Abstract Safeguarding children from harm the availability and comparability of data to facilitate cross national comparisons Presentation Safeguarding children from harm the availability and comparability of data to facilitate cross national comparisons Murphey David and Kristin A Moore USA Abstract Mobility and Children s Well Being Presentation Residential Mobility and Children s Well Being Murphy Tara and Suzanne Guerin Ireland Abstract How Are Our Kids Today Exploring the Lives of Children and Families Living in a Disadvantaged Community in Ireland Presentation How Are Our Kids Today Müthing Kathrin Anja Beisenkamp Christian A Klöckner and Claudia Preissner Germany Abstract Children s Well Being in Germany Results of the LBS Kinderbarometer Deutschland Presentation Children s Well Being in Germany Results of the LBS Kinderbarometer Deutschland Nadeem Sanober Bilal Iqbal Avan and Ghazala Rafique Pakistan Abstract Development and Inter rater Reliability of the Care for Development CDA appraisal tool Assessment and monitoring of child development during first three years Presentation Development and inter rater reliability of the Care for Development appraisal tool CDA Assessment and monitoring of child development during first three years Nairn Agnes Alison Marshall and Oliver Sweet UK Abstract Materialism Inequality and Wellbeing in Childhood Using International Ethnography to Understand the Dynamics Nash Poppy UK Abstract The YeSS Project Supporting vulnerable learners in their transition to secondary school a randomised controlled trial Presentation The YeSS Project Year Seven Support Supporting vulnerable learners in their transition to secondary school A randomised controlled trial Navarro Dolors Ferran Casas Mònica González and Sara Malo Spain Abstract Social participation of adolescents in the context of secondary education Its relationship with personal well being Presentation Social participation by adolescents in the context of secondary education Its relationship with personal well being Ndugwa Robert Albert Mwenda Isaac Isa Achoba Godfrey K Ndeng e and Bonee Wasike Kenya Abstract Kenya s health sector budgetary allocations how aligned is it to child health national priorities Presentation Kenya s Health Sector Budget How Aligned is it to the Child National Health Priorities Nevill Camilla UK Abstract Feelings count Measuring children s subjective well being for charities and funders Newton Julie and Cerys Ponting UK Abstract Understanding wellbeing amongst young people engaging young people through contemporary science debate Presentation Young People Well being contemporary science debates in Wales Notten Geranda and Keetie Roelen Canada Abstract Monitoring child well being in the European Union measuring cumulative disadvantage Presentation Monitoring child well being in the EU measuring cumulative deprivation Oh Yeongrok and Kwanbai Park Korea Abstract reliability and validity study for SS PSCK O Hare William Stephen Blumberg Laura Lippman and Matt Stagner PANEL USA Abstract Measures of Child Well Being from a Decentralized Statistical System The Case of the United States Presentation William O Hare Brief Overview of the United States Statistical System Presentation Stephen Blumberg Measures of Child Well Being from a Decentralized Statistical System A View From the U S National Center for Health Statistics Presentation Laura Lippman Developing Federal Data to Portray the Whole Child in Context Presentation Matt Stagner Improving Federal Measurement in the Early Years of Life Olk Thomas and Maksim Hübenthal Germany Abstract Normative assumptions of child indicators Presentation Normative assumptions of child indicators Phillips Ron Canada Abstract OECD and Education in Canada Misinformation Presentation OECD and Education in Canada Misinformation Pople Larissa UK Abstract A study of the links between life events and children s subjective well being Presentation Life events and children s subjective well being Pullum Thomas USA Abstract Using Survey Data to Target Programs for Highly Vulnerable Children in Ethiopia Presentation Targeting Programs for Vulnerable Children in Ethiopia Rasulova Saltanat UK Abstract What affects child agency and well being in Kyrgyzstan Presentation Childhood and Child Agency in Kyrgyzstan Redmond Gerry Australia Abstract Children and Policies to Reduce Inequality Between Children The Case of Australia Since the 1980s Presentation The Relationship between Policymakers Choices of Outcome Indicators for Children and Policies to Reduce Inequality Between Children Australia Since the 1980s Rees Gwyther UK Abstract Measuring children s subjective well being comparison of different measurement instruments and approaches Presentation Children s subjective well being Findings from national surveys in England Richardson Dominic France Abstract Spending on children in the OECD and well being outcomes A question of how much or how Presentation Spending on children in the OECD and well being outcomes a question of how much or how Roelen Keetie and Laura Camfield UK Abstract Measuring child well being using mixed methods an Ethiopian example Presentation A mixed method taxonomy of child poverty the case of Ethiopia Roestenburg Wim South Africa Abstract Children and crime Guidelines for the development of an Index of Youth Crime Indicators Presentation Children and Crime Guidelines for the development of an Index of Youth Crime Indicators Rogers Jo Elena Orbova and Evgeniya Ermolaeva Russia Abstract Development of indicators of loss parental care with child and parent participation Presentation Development of indicators of loss parental care with child and parent participation Ruiz Casares Mónica and Nico Trocmé Canada Abstract Failure to supervise and injuries in the Canadian child welfare system Sarriera Jorge Eveline Favero Ângela Carina Paradiso and Tiago Zanatta Calza Brazil Abstract Associations between World Assumptions and Well being in Brazilian adolescents Presentation Associations between World Assumptions and Well being in Brazilian adolescents Sarriera Jorge Lívia Maria Bedin Eveline Favero Daniel Abs Mariana Canellas Benchaya and Tiago Zanatta Calza Brazil Abstract Relations between Social Support and Personal Well being in Adolescence Presentation Relations between Social Support and Well being in Adolescents Sarriera Jorge Ângela Carina Paradiso Fabiane Friedrich Schütz Maíne Alves Prates and Anelise Lopes Rodrigues Brazil Abstract Brazilian adolescents says on their well being and quality of life Presentation Brazilian adolescents says on their well being and quality of life Savahl Shazly and Serena Isaacs South Africa Abstract An investigation into the impact of hope

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  • 4th International Society of Child Indicators Conference – International Society for Child Indicators
    in Everyday Parenting Joan E Durrant Christine A Ateah Leslie A Barker George W Holden Colleen Kearley Janice MacAulay Ray DeV Peters Dominique Pierre Plateau Ashley Stewart Tufescu and Sombat Tapanya P4 Durrant et al Measuring Child Poverty in Mexico from a Rights Based Approach Yedith Guillén Fernández P4 Fernandez Yedith Measuring the hard to measure Global child protection indicators Meri Ghorkhmazyan and Ms Shana Peiffer P4 Ghorkhmazyan Measuring Child Deprivation in the EU David Gordon Eldin Fahmy Shailen Nandy Marco Pomati Anne Catherine Guio Eric Marlier P4 Gordon Bad governance and poor children A comparative analysis of government efficiency and severe child deprivation in 68 low and middle income countries Halleröd Björn Bo Rothsein Adel Daoud and Shailen Nandy P4 Hallerod Mental disorders among young children with birth defects the case ofthalassemic children in Taiwan Fenni Widya Sari Chi Liang Chen Wei Chih Yang Nicloe Huang Kevin Chien Chang Wu Shu Fang Shih Lynn Chu Huang and Likwang Chen P4 Likwang Chen Development of Composite Child Indicators and Indices of Well being in Taiwan Lue H C Lin S J Lu T H Feng J Y Chiang T L Chiou S T Lin J J Wu M H and Wu C F P4 Lue Towards a conceptualisation of Child Well being Jan Mason University of Western Sydney Toby Fattore Jan Mason and Elizabeth Watson P4 Mason Korean Adolescents Psychological Well Being and School Adjustment by Their Perceived Parenting Styles Saerom Park Hye Jun Park P4 Park Save the Children International Measuring outcome and process Save the Children s set of Global Indicators Marta Arranz and Luc Vanhoorickx P4 Vanhoorickx Preliminary Development of the Positive Experiences at School Scale for Elementary School Children Sukkyung You Hankuk P4 You Developing an Index of Risk of Youth Social Exclusion for Australian Communities Preliminary Results Annie Abello Rebecca Cassells Anne Daly Gabriela D Souza and Riyana Miranti P5 Cassells et al Equation for life reliability of media on sense of subjective well being Edwin Pauline and Dr S P Srimathi P5 Edwin et al Social transformation and shifts in developmentalism Children s perspectives on leisure activities and well Being Toby Fattore Jan Mason and Elizabeth Watson P5 Fattore Identifying the right geographic region for understanding child well being Goerge Robert M P5 Goerge Development of a conceptual model to describe community level factors influencing early childhood development Goldfeld S Katz I Kershaw P Brinkman S Giles Corti B Tanton R Woolcock G P5 Goldfeld et al The rights of the child in Azerbaijan Changing attitudes and consequences for child indicators research Christine Hunner Kreisel P5 Hunner Kresisel Children s Subjective Well being in Rich Countries Bruno Martorano Jonathan Bradshaw Luisa Natali and Chris de Neubourg P5 Martorano et al The measurement of subjective wellbeing outcomes and their application within the Scottish Secure Care system Stuart Mulholland Robert Clark and David Burton P5 Mulholland Children s rights indicators from theory to implementation the Flemish case Hanne Op de Beeck P5 Op de Beck Children

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  • Springer Discount – International Society for Child Indicators
    discount on the list price for Moore K A and Lippman L H eds What do children need to Flourish Conceptualizing and Measuring Indicators of Positive Development 2005 I Special individual subscription rates for the following journals Social Indicators Research SOCI editor Alex C Michalos Euro 275 00 per year 5 volumes 15 issues Journal of Happiness Studies JOHS editor Robert A Cummins Euro 95 00 per volume year 4

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