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Resiliency URAD

Discussing resiliency in youth in rural Gansu Province
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Jasmine Whiteside

on 20 April 2013

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Fall Seven Times Get Up Eight: Data and
Methods 3. Does socioeconomic status explain the relationship
between early resiliency and later subsequent outcomes 2. Is there an association between early resiliency and an adolescent's socioeconomic status 1. Is there an association between early resiliency and later educational and psychological outcomes (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr Research Questions: Getting UP Goal: Setting Key Terminology Noncognitive Skills By: Jasmine Coco Whiteside Introduction Gansu Province Employment Options Subsistence Farming
Animal Husbandry
Migrant Wage Labor Data The Gansu Survey of Children and Families(GSCF)
Data Waves (2000, 2004, 2007, 2009) Research Methods Descriptive statistics
Significance testing
Ordinary least squares regression
Logistic regression Demographics Department of Anthropology and Sociology
The University of Southern Mississippi Understanding the Influence of Resilience on the Future Success of Children in Rural China patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviors that affect one's social interactions with others (Heckman 2000) Resilience Success Middle school completion
Transition to secondary school
Self-Esteem (RSE) vs. Depression (CES-D) the capacity to achieve favorable outcomes despite challenges and "risk" factors (Noam and Goldstein 1998)
Resiliency Inventory (RI) to examine whether non-cognitive skills explain differences in educational attainment and future life happiness in a developing country context Figure 1. Gender Figure 2. Middleschool Completion Figure 3. Secondary School Transition 47% Female
53% Male 19% Did not complete middle school
81% Completed middle school 27% Did not continue on to secondary schooling
73% Continued on to secondary schooling Research Question 1 Is there an association between early resiliency and later educational outcomes and self-esteem among youth? Method Logistic Regression of Middle School Completion (2009) and Secondary School Transition (2009) with Resiliency (2004)
OLS Regression on the Self Esteem (2009) and Depression (2009) Scales and Resiliency (2004) Results Resiliency has a statistically significant positive relationship with later educational attainment and self-esteem Research Question 2 Is there an association between early resiliency and an adolescent's socioeconomic status? Method OLS Regression of Resilience (2004) when considering age, gender and family background Results None of the socioeconomic status measures were significantly related to resiliency, but boys were less resilient Research Question 3 Does socioeconomic status explain the relationship between early resiliency and subsequent outcomes Method Logistic Regression of Middle School Completion (2009) and Secondary School Transition (2009) with Resiliency (2004) age, gender and family background
OLS Regression on the Self Esteem (2009) and Depression (2009) Scales when factoring Resiliency (2004), age, gender and family background Results Resiliency is associated with successful outcomes after controlling for socioeconomic status and other demographic factors Resiliency Educational
Attainment Depression Parental
Education Self-Esteem Gender Wealth Age Conclusion
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