Multilevel Models in Family Research: Some Conceptual and Methodological IssuesJournal of Marriage and Family (2002)
Article introduces this journal's themes that are used to discuss issues surrounding analysis of multilevel data. It cites Butler's work on whether the effect of welfare benefits on premarital childbearing varies by context, Hoffman's work on the effect of context on adolescent drug use, and Simons' research on how the relationship between parenting and child conduct varies by context.
- Contextual effects,
- Multilevel models,
- Hierarchical linear models
Publication DateMay, 2002
Citation InformationJay Teachman and Kyle Crowder. "Multilevel Models in Family Research: Some Conceptual and Methodological Issues" Journal of Marriage and Family Vol. 64 Iss. 2 (2002)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jay_teachman/37/