Research and analysis

Families with children in Britain: Findings from the 2008 Families and Children Study (FACS) (RR656)

Report presents descriptive findings, and is divided into a number of chapters, each of which looks at distinct features of family life.

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Families with children in Britain: Findings from the 2008 Families andChildren Study (FACS) (RR656): report

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Families with children in Britain: Findings from the 2008 Families andChildren Study (FACS) (RR656): summary

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By Natalie Maplethorpe, Jenny Chanfreau, Dan Philo and Clare Tait

The 2008 Families and Children Study (FACS) is the tenth in a series of annual surveys, which investigate the circumstances of British families with dependent children. This report presents descriptive findings, and is divided into a number of chapters, each of which looks at distinct features of family life.

The first part of the report focuses on the circumstances, lives and conditions of families, and topics covered include: family characteristics, health, education, work, income, benefits and tax credits, social capital and material deprivation. The second part of the report focuses on the circumstances, conditions and lives of children, and topics covered include: child characteristics, health, schooling, children’s activities, and childcare.