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《Journal of Agro-Forestry Economics and Management》 2017-06
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Are Left-Behind Children and Migrant Children Offered Irregular and Unbalanced Food? Evidence from Qinghai,Shaanxi and Henan Province

FAN Yan-hong;LIN Wen-sheng;FAN Lin-feng;WANG Zhi-gang;School of Agriculture and Rural Development,Renmin University of China;  
In this paper,we divided rural children into three types: average children,left-behind children and urban migrant children according to their household structure. Then we analyzed how household structure affects the rural children's diet quality with survey data collected of 1 104 students in Qinghai,Shaanxi and Henan Province in 2015. Notably,in order to overcome the problem of sample selection bias we adoptedthe multiple classification logit model to get the general tendency value of different household structure and define the value's inverse as sample weights. Finally we reached three conclusions. First,rural left-behind children enjoy a better dietary,whose diet balance is poor compared to that of the average children and urban migrant children.Second higher education level of rural children's mother will lead to a better dietary and balanced diet.Finally the richer the family is,the more balanced the children's diet is.
【Fund】: 教育部科技发展中心博士点基金项目(20130004110001);; 农产品质量安全监管专项(风险评估)(2016K20276);; 农业部农产品质量安全监督(风险评估)项目(预算科目号2130109);; 广义虚拟经济理论的拓展及其在食品安全领域中的应用(项目编号GX2015-1009(Y))
【CateGory Index】: TS201.4
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