RL0738: Reconstituted families with children aged under 18 and their members by type of family, number and age of children and county, 31 december 2011
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Family is defined in narrower terms as a family nucleus (see the definition of “Family (family nucleus)”). The table includes family nuclei in private households and their members (i.e. family members).

Reconstituted family - a family consisting of a married or cohabiting couple with one or more children, where at least one child is a non-common child. The table includes 28 same-sex cohabiting couples.

Second-youngest child, third-youngest child - the order of children starting from the youngest child in the family.

If there are twins, triplets etc. in the family, one of them is considered the second-youngest, one the third-youngest etc., so that all children would be included in the table.

RL0738: Reconstituted families with children aged under 18 and their members by type of family, number and age of children and county, 31 december 2011Last updated

11.10.2013

Notes

Family is defined in narrower terms as a family nucleus (see the definition of “Family (family nucleus)”). The table includes family nuclei in private households and their members (i.e. family members).

Reconstituted family - a family consisting of a married or cohabiting couple with one or more children, where at least one child is a non-common child. The table includes 28 same-sex cohabiting couples.

Second-youngest child, third-youngest child - the order of children starting from the youngest child in the family.

If there are twins, triplets etc. in the family, one of them is considered the second-youngest, one the third-youngest etc., so that all children would be included in the table.

Definitions and MethodologyDefinitions and Methodologyhttp://pub.stat.ee/px-web.2001/I_Databas/Population_census/PHC2011/05Families/PC_01.htm