Child Indicators Research Volume 5 Number 1
The official Journal of the International Society for Child Indicators.
Child Indicators Research presents measurements and indicators of child well-being and their usage within multiple domains and in diverse cultures. It features measures and data resources, analysis of the data, exploration of theoretical issues, and information about the status of children, as well as the implementation of this information in policy and practice. The journal explores how child indicators can be used to improve the development and well-being of children.
In this issue:
- Subjective Indicators of Personal Well-Being among Adolescents. Performance and Results for Different Scales in Latin-Language Speaking Countries: A Contribution to the International Debate
- An Index of Child Well-Being at a Local Level in the U.S.: The Case of North Carolina Counties
- Girls in Transition—How to Build Evidence and Gain Insight
- A Psychometric Evaluation on the Chinese Version of the Multidimensional Sense of Humor Scale for Children (C-MSHSC)
- Disparities in Child Well-Being Across Income Groups: Trends in the U.S. from 1985 to 2008
- Contextual Influences of Proactive and Reactive Subtypes of Aggression
- Cross-Cultural Validation of the Inventory of School Motivation (ISM) in the Asian Setting: Hong Kong and the Philippines
- Too Much of a Good Thing? Gender, ‘Concerted Cultivation’ and Unequal Achievement in Primary Education
- Capacity for Freedom—A New Way of Measuring Poverty Amongst Australian Children
- An Index of Progress Towards the MDG 6 in Sub-Saharan Africa: Combat HIV, AIDS and Malaria