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Qui a raison des parents ou des enfants? Evaluation de l'accord des parents et des enfants dans l'Enquete longitudinale nationale sur les enfants et les jeunes

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  • Curtis, Laurie
  • Dooley , Martin
  • Phipps , Shelley

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Nous avons exploite les donnees de l'Enquete longitudinale nationale sur les enfants et les jeunes pour repondre a deux questions : dans quelle mesure les parents et les enfants sont-ils d'accord dans leurs reponses a des questions identiques sur le bien-etre de l'enfance? dans quelle mesure les differences qu'accusent ces reponses influent-elles sur les inferences d'une analyse des donnees a plusieurs variables? On releve seulement une correspondance qui va de faible a passable entre parents et enfants pour ce qui est de l'evaluation du bien-etre de l'enfance. L'accord est plus grand dans le cas de resultats plus observables comme le rendement scolaire. Il est moindre pour des resultats moins observables comme les troubles emotifs. Nous avons procede a une regression des deux jeux de reponses par rapport a un ensemble type de caracteristiques socio-economiques. Nous avons egalement soumis les differences d'inferences des deux ensembles de regressions a des tests, formels ou non.

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  • Curtis, Laurie & Dooley , Martin & Phipps , Shelley, 2002. "Qui a raison des parents ou des enfants? Evaluation de l'accord des parents et des enfants dans l'Enquete longitudinale nationale sur les enfants et les jeunes," Direction des etudes analytiques : documents de recherche 2002181f, Statistics Canada, Direction des etudes analytiques.
  • Handle: RePEc:stc:stcp3f:2002181f
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