Children’s Health-Related Life-Styles: How Parental Child Care Affects Them
Written by: Jens Bonke and Jane Greve
This paper examines the influence of parents on the everyday activities of schoolchildren that are linked to a healthy or unhealthy lifestyle. The study is based on data from the ROCKWOOL Foundation Time Use and Consumption survey of 2008/09, which include information on the time use of mothers, fathers and children.
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