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Correlational findings

Study Lara (2018): study MX 2014

Public:
Intimates left behind after migration, Mexico, 2014
Survey name:
Unnamed study
Sample:
Respondents:
N = 39274
Non Response:
71
Assessment:
Interview: face-to-face
With a printed questionnaire

Correlate

Authors's Label
Migratory intensity
Our Classification
Distribution
Migratory intensity index 2010.
Very Low = -0.93, n = 11.779
Low= -0.55, n = 17.128
Medium= 0.13, n = 6.019
High = 0.99, n = 3.442
Very High = 2.40, n = 835
Related specification variables
Operationalization
Migratory intensity = Index of migratory intensity prepared by the Consejo Nacional de Poblacion (CONAPO) at the municipal level.

Observed Relation with Happiness

Happiness Measure Statistics Elaboration / Remarks O-SLW-c-sq-n-11-d Beta = -.12 p < .01 Women

Control variables: Social life, family life, Affective life, Standard of living, Health, Achievements, Perspective of future, Time to do what person likes, Security, Realized activity, Housing, Neighborhood, City and Country.

Beta statistically no significant if additionally controlled for the six geographic regions of the country, for the locality sizes and the poverty incidence in 2000

Beta remains statistically not significant if additionally controlled for age, age squared and schooling.
O-SLW-c-sq-n-11-d Beta = -.08 p < .01 Men.

Control variables: Social life, family life, Affective life, Standard of living, Health, Achievements, Perspective of future, Time to do what person likes, Security, Realized activity, Housing, Neighborhood, City and Country.

Beta = +.05(0.05)if additionally controlled for the six geographic regions of the country ,locality size and the poverty incidence in 2000.

Beta = +0.07(0.05)if additionally controlled for age, age squared and schooling.
O-SLW-c-sq-n-11-d b-iv = -.08 p < .05 Women

Control variables: Social life, family life, Affective life, Standard of living, Health, Achievements, Perspective of future, Time to do what person likes, Security, Realized activity, Housing, Neighborhood, City and Country.

B-iv statistically not significant if additionally controlled for the six geographic regions of the country, for the locality sizes and the poverty incidence in 2000

B-iv remains statistically not significant if additionally controlled for age, age squared and schooling.
O-SLW-c-sq-n-11-d b-iv = ns Men

Control variables: Social life, family life, Affective life, Standard of living, Health, Achievements, Perspective of future, Time to do what person likes, Security, Realized activity, Housing, Neighborhood, City and Country.

B-iv remains statistically no significant if additionally controlled for the six geographic regions of the country, for the locality sizes and the poverty incidence in 2000

B-iv = 0.08 (.05) if additionally controlled for age, age squared and schooling.
O-SLW-c-sq-n-11-d DM = - Migration Intensity   Mean Happiness

1.Very low               8.02
2.Low                    7.95
3.Medium                 7.85
4.High                   7.81
5.Very high              7.78
DIFFERENCE 5-1          -0.24
O-HP-u-sq-v-7-a DM = - Migration Intensity   Mean Happiness

1.Very low               6.17
2.Low                    6.13
3.Medium                 6.08
4.High                   6.05
5.Very high              6.08
DIFFERENCE 5-1          -0.09