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Sustainable Human Development Across the Life CourseEvidence from Longitudinal Research$

Prerna Banati

Print publication date: 2021

Print ISBN-13: 9781529204827

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: September 2021

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781529204827.001.0001

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(p.ix) List of Figures, Tables and Boxes

(p.ix) List of Figures, Tables and Boxes

Source:
Sustainable Human Development Across the Life Course
Author(s):
Prerna Banati
Publisher:
Policy Press

Figures

  1. 0.1 The UN’s Sustainable Development Goal Framework 2

  2. 2.1 Causal mechanism describing primary and secondary effects of social origin 46

  3. 2.2 Distribution of cognitive ability test scores by socioeconomic status 52

  4. 2.3 Transition rates to higher levels of education by level of initial cognitive abilities 57

  5. 2.4 Probability to transit to upper primary school 59

  6. 2.5 Probability to transit to secondary school 60

  7. 2.6 Probability to transit to vocational/tertiary education 61

  8. 3.1 Latent class growth analysis observed and expected trajectories 75

  9. 3.2 Latent class growth analysis trajectories for the four-class model of cumulative life events, where the events included are sexual debut, pregnancy, leaving school and death of a parent 79

  10. 4.1 The relation between attribution of intention and probability of aggressing, by cultural group 98

  11. 4.2 Percentage of variance accounted for by between-culture, between-person within-culture, and residual effects for mother-reported variables 100

  12. 4.3 Model-implied slopes representing change in anxiety over three years at different levels of corporal punishment and maternal warmth 101

  13. 4.4 Framework for analyses examining longitudinal associations between a parent’s behaviour and a child’s behaviour across different cultural groups 104

  14. (p.x) 5.1 Map of global early adolescent study settings 117

  15. 5.2 Global early adolescent longitudinal study research activities 118

  16. 6.1 The Global Early Adolescent Study conceptual framework 139

  17. 7.1 EuroCohort’s accelerated design and an example of a potential timeline 182

  18. 8.1 Past-year drinking and binge drinking in Joint Child Health Project offspring stratified by gender and age group 204

  19. 9.1 Growth of longitudinal research in peer-reviewed journal articles 234

  20. 9.2 The research dynamo for sustainable development impact 238