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06239: Children 0-17 years, by number of parents in the family and the parents' cohabitation (C) 2001 - 2022

Espen Andersen, Statistics Norway
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Kåre Vassenden, Statistics Norway
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2022-06-28 08:00
Children living with both parents, married:
persons
Children living with both parents, cohabitant:
persons
Children living with only mother:
persons
Children living with mother and step-parent:
persons
Children living with only father:
persons
Children living with father and step-parent:
persons
Children living with both parents, married:
31.12.
Children living with both parents, cohabitant:
31.12.
Children living with only mother:
31.12.
Children living with mother and step-parent:
31.12.
Children living with only father:
31.12.
Children living with father and step-parent:
31.12.
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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. Biologiske foreldre og adoptivforeldre Included 11 adopted children who lives with registered partners in 2008. Married or cohabiting. The figure include also 199 children in 2008 where mother has contracted registered partnership. Married or cohabiting. The figure include also 13 children in 2008 where father has contracted registered partnership. See list over changes in regional classifications (in Norwegian).

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21 Svalbard

Svalbard is not defined as a county in the legal sense, but in official statistics Svalbard is treated in the same way as the other counties in Norway.