Browsing Department of Health Promotion and Development by Subject "Sosioøkonomisk status"
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The Impacts of Gender Attitudes and Socio-Economic Determinants on Ideal Fertility: A Study among Young Men in Ghana (The University of Bergen, 2017-06-24)Introduction Fertility is one of most important factors of demographic studies; alarming Total Fertility Rate (TFR) threatens developing indicators in many ways. Gender equality, child and infant mortality, achieving of ...Master thesis
Mestring, sosioøkonomisk status og subjektive helseplager hos pasienter med uspesifikke ryggplager (The University of Bergen, 2011-05-20)Background: According to the cognitive activation theory of stress, sustained activation due to lack of positive response outcome expectancies, may lead to bad health and subjective health complaints. Sensitization mechanisms ...Master thesis
Sosioøkonomisk status - Korleis best måle dette hos barn og unge? Ei valideringsstudie av "The Family Affluence Scale" og "The MacArthur-Scale of Subjective Social Status - Youth Version" (The University of Bergen, 2013-05-16)The topic of this thesis is socioeconomic status and how to measure this in a sufficient way among adolescents. The purpose is to contribute to further development of solid measures by validating the Family Affluence Scale ...Master thesis