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National Income and Income Inequality, Family Affluence and Life Satisfaction Among 13 year Old Boys and Girls: A Multilevel Study in 35 Countries

  • Kate Levin

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  • Torbjorn Torsheim
  • Wilma Vollebergh
  • Matthias Richter
  • Carolyn Davies
  • Christina Schnohr
  • Pernille Due
  • Candace Currie
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    Volume (Year): 104 (2011)
    Issue (Month): 2 (November)
    Pages: 179-194

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