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Davis-Kean Pamela E. (2005). « The Influence of Parent Education and Family Income on Child Achievement : The Indirect Role of Parental Expectations and the Home Environment ». Journal of family psychology, vol. 19, n° 2, p. 294–304. En ligne : <www.mikemcmahon.info/ParentEducationIncome.pdf>. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: DavisKean2005
Categories: General
Keywords: États-Unis, famille, réussite scolaire
Creators: Davis-Kean
Collection: Journal of family psychology
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Abstract     
"This study examined the process of how socioeconomic status, specifically parents’ education and income, indirectly relates to children’s academic achievement through parents’ beliefs and behaviors. Data from a national, cross-sectional study of children were used for this study. The subjects were 868 8–12-year-olds, divided approximately equally across gender (436 females, 433 males). This sample was 49% non-Hispanic European American and 47% African American. Using structural equation modeling techniques, the author found that the socioeconomic factors were related indirectly to children’s academic achievement through parents’ beliefs and behaviors but that the process of these relations was different by racial group. Parents’ years of schooling also was found to be an important socioeconomic factor to take into consideration in both policy and research when looking at school-age children."
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