This overview examines the household arrangements of women and children in light of changing social economic and demographic conditions and reveals commonalities and differences in living arrangements in different cultures countries and regions. Women in the developing world continue to live in larger households than women in developed countries the nuclear household remains the main living arrangement for married women in most of the . Children live with their fathers it is usually assumed that children have access to their fathers resources in this paper we examine various aspects of childrens living arrangements in developing countries using data from 19 demographic and health sur veys. Children or kin the living arrangements of the elderly can therefore provide a picture of their well being ii objectives data and methodology this study examines the living arrangements of elderly men and women in the philippines here defined as persons aged 60 years and older in order to. This study examines living arrangements of older adults across 43 developing countries and compares patterns by gender world regions and macro level indicators of socioeconomic development methodsdata are from demographic and health surveys the country is the unit of analysis
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