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Measuring Kinship Support for Children of Single Mothers in Nairobi, Kenya
African Population and Health Research Centre, University of Maryland College Park, McGill University, Montreal
February 07, 2019
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The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Clark, Shelley, Sangeetha Madhavan, Cassandra Cotton, Donatien Beguy, and Caroline Kabiru.
Who Helps Single Mothers in Nairobi? The Role of Kin Support
Journal of Marriage and Family 79, no. 4 (2017): 1186-1204.
Clark, Shelley, Sangeetha Madhavan, and Caroline Kabiru.
Kin support and child health: Investigating two approaches in an African slum
Social Science Research 76, no. 2018 (2018): 105-119.
Madhavan, Sangeetha, Donatien Beguy, and Shelley Clark.
Measuring extended families over time in informal settlements in Nairobi, Kenya: Retention and data consistency in a two-round survey
Demographic Research 38, no. 44 (2018): 1339-1358.
Madhavan, Sangeetha, Shelley Clark, Malcolm Araos, and Donatien Beguy.
Distance or location? How the geographic distribution of kin networks shapes support given to single mothers in urban Kenya
The Geographical Journal 184, no. 1 (2017): 75-88.
Madhavan, Sangeetha, Shelley Clark, Donatien Beguy, Caroline Kabiru, and Mark Gross.
Moving beyond the household: Innovations in data collection on kinship
Population Studies (2017).