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Human capital of the child population and its selected determinants: Case study of Lviv city, Ukraine

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In conditions of modern economic and political destabilisation in Ukraine, human capital of the child population is considered as the most reliable indicator of socioeconomic development of the country and its regions. The primary goal of the study is the analysis of health status as the main element of human capital among the child population aged 0-14, and external and family environmental factors influencing this population group in the city of Lviv (in the light of available statistics and materials of the author’s own sociological research). Research results show a potential crisis of human capital among the child population in Lviv city. Results of own field research show a statistically important correlation between the willingness of parents to have more children and the following independent variables: number of members in the household, and the household’s income. The state of health among the child population showed a significant correlation between the following variables: household’s income, life satisfaction among parents, availability of healthcare in the place of residence, financial affordability of healthcare, physical activity among children, influence of noise and unpleasant scents.

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Socio-economic and environmental determinants of children’s health in a big city (the case study of Lviv city, Ukraine)

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With the current economic and political instability in Ukraine, children's health is most certainly the best indicator of socioeconomic development within the country and its different regions. This article analyses the socio-economic and environmental determinants of a child’s health in a big city (using the example of Lviv, a city in Ukraine). The demographic indicators of the child population of the city of Lviv and the reasons for mortality were traced; the structure of children’s diseases was analyzed; the factors affecting children’s health potential (such as local budget expenditures on health care, the level of average nominal wages, the ecological situation in the region) were studied. Published and non-published statistical data from the Main Statistical Department of Lviv Region, Lviv City Council were used. Specific consumer behavior among randomly selected Lviv households with children aged between 0-14 years was studied by using a special survey. Research results show the links between socio-economic and ecological factors (local budget expenditures on health care, the level of average nominal wages, the ecological indices in the region), and child mortality. The limited capacity of parents to satisfy the basic needs of households and complete lack, or limitation, of time that parents spend with their children undoubtedly influences the potential of children’s health in a destructive way.

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Distribution of the Carabid Species (Coleoptera, Carabidae) in Woodlands of the Protected and Urban Areas (North of Ukraine)

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History and Main Research Currents in Polish Medical Geography

and its selected determinants: Case study of Lviv city, Ukraine. Bulletin of Geography. Socio–Economic Series 37: 77–93. Parysek J., 1985. The influence of urbanization process on health conditions of Polish society. In: Haynes K.E., Kukliński A., Kultalahti O. (eds), Pathologies of urban processes. Finnpublishers Oy, Iyvaskila: 179–188. Parysek J.J., 1987. A multivariative statistical model of the influence of pathogenic factors on the spatial structure of the Polish population (using the canonical correlation model). Geographia Medica 17: 177

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