Improved parenting is currently often advocated as the best route to improve outcomes for children, and explicitly, as a better alternative than reducing poverty. However, the relationship between poverty and parenting is not well understood. It is therefore worthwhile including some measures of parenting alongside the detailed study of poverty and social exclusion provided by the Poverty and Social Exclusion Survey (PSE) in order both to improve our understanding of the relationship between poverty and parenting and to engage with current popular and policy debate in the area.
|Translated title of the contribution
|Conceptual Note – the inclusion of ‘parenting’ in the PSE
|Published - 1 Jun 2012
- SPAIS Centre for the Study of Ethnicity and Citizenship