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But beer is not the leading alcoholic beverage among higher socio-economic status drinkers.
It is also important to examine the achieved sample in terms of its achievement, gender, and socio-economic status profiles.
The studies targeted two groups of families of low and high levels of socio-economic status where in each family the state of circumcision and the type of circumcision was recorded for the grandmother, mother, and daughter (Figures 4, 5, 6, 7).
Doctors are supposed to do X-rays if the patient has been coughing for more than three weeks and is unresponsive to medicines," regardless of socio-economic status, he added.
One-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) of scores of students' socio-economic status (high, middle, low) on their utilization of library services Source of Decision variation SS df MS f-cal at P<.
nurture factors determining intelligence ranging from heredity to socio-economic status, sample intellect models and development models, and much more.
A student population that varies in race, citizenship, gender, and socio-economic status pro vides a learning environment that is better for everyone who attends," he says.
The decreases varied by race/ethnicity and socio-economic status, however.
However, children in non profit centers received services that were, on average, of the same quality, irrespective of their socio-economic status.
It makes the argument that variations in language barriers experienced by immigrant groups are often reflective of differences in the local migration histories and socio-economic status of these groups.
She said: "The pupils can already buy fruit and smoothies from a healthy brunch shop but as children have to pay for these it excludes some pupils due to their socio-economic status.

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