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Aug 01, 2007
Author:
Laura Lippman

Traces the history of indicators and indices of child well-being from its origins in the social indicator movement of the 1970s through recent developments in the field. important aspects of child well-being indicator development are uncovered through documenting its history, including the need to focus on subjective as well as objective measures of well-being, and the need to develop indicators for the multiple ecological contexts of children’s lives, but to separate measures of context from measures of child outcomes.

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Laura Lippman