urbanicity

urbanicity

(ŭr″bă-nis′ĭt-ē)
The qualities that characterize a geographic area as a city. Characteristics include population density, industrialization, communication media, health care, educational infrastructure, social networks, and concentration of technology and services.
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There were no significant relationships between the likelihood of married and cohabitating women having HIV and their sociodemographic characteristics such as education, age, age differences between husband and wife, age at first sex, religion, urbanicity, and wealth.
Differential associations of urbanicity and income with physical activity in adults in urbanizing China: findings from the population-based China Health and Nutrition Survey 1991-2009.
We also confirm that we obtain similar results when we control for student characteristics measured at or before the PSAT/NMSQT, including sex, parental education, family income level, whether a student took the PSAT/NMSQT in 10th grade and his or her previous score, indicators for ethnic background (for example, Mexican, Cuban), and controls for the type of high school attended, including affiliation (public or private), urbanicity (that is, city, suburban, rural), size, and concentration of Hispanic students.
Race/ethnicity, parents' educational level, household income, parents' home language, and urbanicity were significantly related to children's academic performance in both models (see Table 1 for Model 2 results).
The 13 campuses in the Missouri public university system vary in terms of selectivity, urbanicity, and curricular focus.
adult population overall and by various sociodemographic characteristics, including sex, age, race/ethnicity, education level, marital status, current employment status, nativity, health insurance coverage type (reported separately for adults aged <65 years and [greater than or equal to] 65 years), poverty status (calculated using NHIS imputed income files), urbanicity, and region of residence.
Association of Household and Community Socioeconomic Position and Urbanicity with Underweight and Overweight among Women in Pakistan.
The data are also weighted to match national demographics of urbanicity, size of enrollment and census region.
Level 2 demographic variables included urbanicity (i.
Our) results were consistent for all air pollutants assessed, across countries, using different cut-offs of autistic traits, examining autistic traits as continuous variables, and after adjusting for several socioeconomic status variables and urbanicity," the study stated.
2) Patients were drawn from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health, which is a representative sample of United States schools from 1994 to 1995 with respect to region, urbanicity, school size, school type, and ethnicity.