Economic deprivation and early childhood development.

@article{Duncan1994EconomicDA,
  title={Economic deprivation and early childhood development.},
  author={Greg J Duncan and J Brooks-gunn and Pamela Kato Klebanov},
  journal={Child development},
  year={1994},
  volume={65 2 Spec No},
  pages={296-318}
}
We consider 3 questions regarding the effects of economic deprivation on child development. First, how are developmental outcomes in childhood affected by poverty and such poverty correlates as single parenthood, ethnicity, and maternal education? Second, what are the developmental consequences of the duration and timing of family economic deprivation? And, third, what is the comparative influence of economic deprivation at the family and neighborhood level? We investigate these issues with… CONTINUE READING
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