When Moving May Matter for Children: An Exploration of the Role of Time and Place.

Anderson, Sara.

2017-04-19T12:48:34.902Z

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  • Abstract: Residential mobility is a common event in many children's lives, and one that has links with a range of developmental outcomes; however it remains unclear if children in certain developmental periods or from certain backgrounds are more or less prone to these associations and how associations between residential mobility and child development are transmitted. Using life course theory and... read more
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