socio-economic class


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It was observed that prevalence of dental caries was highest (100%) in socio-economic class V, whereas it was lowest (44%) amongst those who belong to socioeconomic class I and this difference was statistically significant.
03%) Table 2: Distribution of women as per socio-economic class, education, and occupation Characteristics Urban (N = 204) Rural (N = 211) Socio-economic class Class I 39 (19.
Blood samples analysis showed that more than half the number of pre-school children belonging to low socio-economic class were anemic.
To improve the efficiency of these services and avoid unnecessary hospital admissions, researchers wanted to find out how often children with type 1 diabetes are admitted to hospital compared with children of the same age, gender and socio-economic class living in the same area.
Conclusion: The findings from the present results revealed the high prevalence of anxiety in female gender age group of 9-12 years (especially in males) and lower socio-economic class.
According to the recent Visa Affluent Study 2013, Emiratis belonging to the affluent socio-economic class give equal priority to dining out, leisure and expenditure on family holidays.
Hot flushes, palpitation, and night sweats were more common in the high socio-economic class as compared to low socio-economic class.
Demographic data: Their demographic data (age, education, socio-economic class and parity) was collected using the questionnaire.
An impressive work of seminal scholarship, "People's Science" is a deftly written inquiry into the social issue implications of how scientific research is conducted in our democratic society including factors of race, disability, gender, and socio-economic class.
Mothers of 50 children from middle socio-economic class families attending preschools and mothers of 50 children from the same socio-economic class families not attending preschools were included in the study.
These new findings add to a growing body of scholarship at UC Berkeley on socio-economic class -- defined by both household income and education -- and social behavior.
These new findings add to a growing body of scholarship at UC Berkeley on socio-economic class - defined by both household income and education - and social behaviour.
In a similar study with 198 pupils in Scottish primary schools, Jennings (1995) concluded that children from a low socioeconomic background learned to read with greater difficulty than those from a high socio-economic class.
If some marketers eschew the middle class, others that provide real value, thus giving consumers a sense of self worth, could very well retarget this socio-economic class as on opportunity for incremental sales.
This fell to just 27% membership in the lowest socio-economic class - defined as being in routine occupations.
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