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LSESLine Severely Errored Second
LSESLondon School of Energy Studies (UK)
LSESLebanese Solar Energy Society (est. 1980)
LSESLife Sciences in European Society (research network)
LSESLower Socio-Economic Status
LSESLake Seneca Elementary School (Germantown, MD)
LSESLine Severely Errored Second (computing)
LSESLife Satisfaction for Elderly Scale
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It would be very appropriate to note that the relationship between socio-economic status of the respondents and their academic achievements, which indicates that majority of parents in Sindh region, despite of their lower socio-economic status is conscious about the education of their children.
2% (problematic range) among the students related to lower socio-economic status than prevalence rates of 4.
Of children who have a touch screen device at home, those of lower socio-economic status are twice as likely to look at stories daily than their more advantaged peers (7.
Those most likely to be sterilised are women of lower socio-economic status and members of ethnic minorities, particularly Roma women.
The book focuses mainly Indian women in Trinidad, and begs the question, if Guyana and Suriname (where Indian people are the majority) were included, would the findings have been different given the lower socio-economic status of Indians in these countries?
2) Immigrant Latino women have a lower socio-economic status, on average, than non-Latino Caucasians, and on this basis, Latino immigrants should have an above-average premature delivery rate.
She asserted that the women of lower socio-economic status, whose career prospects weren't as good, and had less financial security overall, had very different mate preferences.
Related Articles The team, from Brandeis University in Massachusetts assessed 1,000 adults for illnesses associated with lower socio-economic status, such as diabetes and strokes.
Single mothers have the lowest level of well-being, closely followed by single men of lower socio-economic status.
Skill deficits are common throughout the population but are more pronounced in the elderly, mentally handicapped, non white racial and ethnic groups, those lacking proficiency in English, the poorly educated and those of lower socio-economic status.
Kids who join gangs are more likely to be from deprived backgrounds and live in areas with lower socio-economic status - but that wasn't so apparent with knife carriers.
8% of teens, many of whom were female, from lower socio-economic status, a minority background, and a single-mother home.