Thursday, September 15, 2011

[EQ] UNICEF - IPSOS Mori Report: Children's Well-being in UK, Sweden and Spain:The Role of Inequality and Materialism

UNICEF and IPSOS Mori-Social Research Institute release child well-being report

Children’s Well-being in UK, Sweden and Spain:The Role of Inequality and Materialism

A Qualitative Study June 2011

Available online PDF [95p.] at:

“……UNICEF UK commissioned Dr. Agnes Nairn and Ipsos MORI to conduct this qualitative research project to explore the links between inequality, materialism and experienced wellbeing in children, and the policy implications of this for the UK context….’

This study reviewed the available data and literature to consider the factors which appeared to account for between-country differences in child well-being at an international level.…”


Executive Summary



Child Rights Social Ecology Perspective

Overview of methodology

Filmed ethnographic family case studies

In School Friendship Groups and individual interviews

Research Findings





The Importance of Time

The Role of the Commercial World in Children’s Lives

Nurturing Resilience

Dealing with Inequality




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