06205: Children 0-17 years, by type of siblings living at home and the child's age 2001 - 2018
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Latest update
2018-06-21
Contact
Anders Falnes-Dalheim, Statistics Norway
+47 945 06 885
anf@ssb.no

Unit
Children:
persons
Reference time
Children:
31.12.
Source
Statistics Norway
Database
External PROD
Footnotes

Footnotes

A child is defined as any person with no partner and no child who has de jure place of usual residence int he dwelling/household of at least one of the parents. A child is either biological or adopted. A foster is not considered a child. Siblings living at home comprises biological-, half-, and step-siblings. Biological siblings are offsprings having both parents in common. Half-siblings are offsprings having only one parent in common. Step-siblings are offsprings having no parents in common, but one of their parents are living together as married or cohabiting couples. Persons living in the same private household as their parents are regarded as living at home. A person does not have to be considered a child in the houshold to be regarded as a sibling.

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