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A socio-economic analysis of parents of competitive swimmers in Ontario
Written in English
|Statement||by Patricia Diane Kitchen.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 205 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||205|
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Get this from a library. A socio-economic analysis of parents of competitive swimmers in Ontario. [Patricia Diane Kitchen]. The economics of age-group swimming in Ontario.
Eynon RB, Kitchen PD, Semotiuk DM. This study investigated the socio-economic status of the parents of Ontario swimmers and parental expenditures, in terms of time and money, in support of competitive swimming. Questionnaires were mailed to a sample of families of Ontario competitive by: 5.
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The literature also suggests that level of education influences parents'. 1 Introduction. The importance of people’s cognitive skills, such as the performance in school in explaining socio-economic success is widely acknowledged (see for instance [1,2]).Recently, non-cognitive skills, such as behaviour or emotional strength, have received increased attention when analysing the determinants of socio-economic success (see for instance ).
The research design was twofold as they first undertook a cluster analysis to recognise subsamples of individuals with a similar lifestyle (measured inter alia by socio-economic characteristics). The second step was to run a Heckman regression model to examine the decision to participate in sport with the membership of the clusters as a dummy.
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