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  • The impact of educational habitus on subjective health and substance use and the moderating effect of gender : findings from a nationally representative study of Slovenian youth
    Kirbiš, Andrej, 1982-
    The main purpose of our research was to examine the relationship among various indicators of educational habitus, subjective health and substance use and the moderating role of gender. The results ... indicated that 1) over one third of bivariate correlation coefficients between habitus and health outcome measures were statistically significant; 2) the most consistent correlate of subjective health was satisfaction with the Slovenian educational system, while school adjustment most consistently correlated with substance use; 3) when controlling for several socioeconomic and parenting confounders in multivariate analyses, only in two out of twelve examined cases did habitus predictors remain significant (only for substance use); 4) gender moderated the impact of two indicators of educational habitus on overall substance use, but not on overall subjective health.
    Type of material - article, component part ; adult, serious
    Publish date - 2020
    Language - english
    COBISS.SI-ID - 45987587