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socioeconomic

of, relating to, or involving both economic and social factors
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"Because the risk for these children is higher compared with their own siblings, it is likely that it is IBD affecting their mental health rather than other factors such as socioeconomics, lifestyle or heredity in the family," says Jonas F.
New parenthood is the perfect lens through which to examine socioeconomics. People talk about going back to work after you have a child like it's always a choice.
"While the exact mechanism of preterm birth is unknown and likely varied, and while the mechanism for the preterm birth rate being higher in African Americans is not well understood, it has been hypothesized that socioeconomic factors are responsible at least in part."
Jonathan Jenkin, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority stakeholder relations and socioeconomics manager, said: "Supporting this project has boosted the local economy, creating a new business enterprise and giving local producers an opportunity to form a co-operative and expand the local supply chain.
Indeed, the discrepancy between those with and without higher education impacts a variety of inequality factors, including not just income, but housing, community makeups, cultural upbringing, socioeconomics and social status.
"Today, there cannot be a more appropriate country to host this conference than Qatar which has in a short period of time and despite challenges made significant advancement in infrastructure, socioeconomics, and business development," Marri said.
To address the race issue in this country, we have to address socioeconomics. Dr.
In the central U.S., for example, socioeconomics are more important than population.
Yet as the "pink tide" recedes, the forces of change have more to do with socioeconomics than ideology.
Meredith is a graduate of Cornell and NYU, getting her start in journalism with PBS Frontline, The New York Daily News, The Christian Science Monitor, The Huffington Post, and graduating to editor with Mic, where she produced stories on the intersection of socioeconomics, race, LGBT identity, gender and feminism.
Though the book is nominally about systemic food health, it provides a valuable perspective on socioeconomics as well.
Novitskova, whose artistic work focuses on the structures of socioeconomics and infrastructural realities of today's world, creates masterpieces the underlying theme of which is the digital economy.