Families and their needs: with particular reference to one-parent families, Volume 1
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BACKGROUND INFORMATION ABOUT SURVEY AREAS
TEXT OF REPORTS ON INDIVIDUAL AREAS
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age group aged 24 answers areas aware bedrooms boarders Census child clinic coloured mothers compared comparison dependent children divorced Dorset Dundee estranged mothers extent facilities family allowances family unit fatherless families Fatherless Motherless Two-parent figures financial help follows full-time workers Glamorgan Halifax Haringey head of household health problems higher income higher percentage holiday husbands income families informants were asked larger families last holiday living lone mothers lone parents lower income lowest income group Marital status Married mothers fathers mothers aged 45 mothers fathers mothers non-married and married Non-married Married mothers non-married mothers Non-married Non-married Married non-working mothers number of children number of dependent one-parent families parent families part-time workers percentage of non-married pre-school prefer reasons respect single mothers single-parent families small numbers sources of income standard industrial classification sub-groups Tables HY Total two-parent families types of family usual income usual weekly income widows women