This overview examines the household arrangements of women and children in light of changing social economic and demographic conditions and reveals commonalities and differences in living arrangements in different cultures countries and regions. Women in the developing world continue to live in larger households than women in developed countries the nuclear household remains the main living arrangement for married women in most of the . Living arrangements of women and their children in developing countries a demographic p poverty wikipedia poverty is the scarcity or the lack of a certain variant amount of. Living arrangements of older adults in developing countries households throughout the developing world represent an essential institution for the promotion of health and well being of older adults and the provision of social and economic support. From roughly 2 to 7 births per woman children in countries as diverse as thailand and mali spend their childhood with no more than 2 to 3 children on average sharing the same household thus childhood as it is experienced in many parts of the developing world has much that is
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