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Main arrow Archive of previous Issues arrow ╣6 2012 (28) arrow Influence of family and demographic status on health and self-evaluation of health
Influence of family and demographic status on health and self-evaluation of health Print
Wednesday, 09 January 2013

A.B. Sinelnikov
Moscow State Lomonosov University

Summary. The goal of this article is a study of influence of marital status and presence or absence of children in households of Russian respondents to theirs self-evaluations of own health and also to difficulties in daily life due to health. The article is based on statistical and sociological analysis of data of third (2006), fourth (2008) and fifth (2010) rounds of ESS - European Social Survey. Russian Federation was one of countries-participants of ESS. Total number of Russian participants of ESS is 7544.

Respondentsĺ answers to questions of ESS questionnaire about difficulties in daily life due to health and also their subjective self-valuation of own health were used as indicators of their health.

Data were analyzed separately for men and women of the same age groups:

1) below 30 years; 2) 30-44 years; 3) 45-59 years; 4) 60 years and more.

Respondents were divided to four group by their family and demographic status:

1) Living together in one household with spouses (or civil partners) and children. (Children may be any age, including adults);

2) Living with spouses (or civil partners) but without children;

3) Living without spouses (or civil partners) but with children;

4) Living both without spouses (or civil partners) and without children.

Results of analysis: there are not dependencies between health of men until 30 years old and for women until 45 years old and their family and demographic status (presence (or absence) of spouses (or civil partners) and children in households). For men at age more than 30 and for women at age more than 45 years old presence of spouse (or civil partner) has more important positive influence on health than presence of children.

The worse variant for the health of men more than 30 years old and of women more than 45 years old is a single life without spouse (or civil partner) and children.

Keywords. Difficulties in daily life due to health; self-valuation of own health; family; spouse (civil partner); children living at home.

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