Children in the family

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Children in the family

Children in the family are defined as all individuals residing in the same household who can be shown to have some type of filiation, regardless of their family relationship with the reference person or their marital status. As stated in the census questionnaire they reside in the household with their father and/or mother, but could, in turn, be cohabiting or not, in matrimony or as a couple, or even with or without their own child or children in the same household.

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