Migration experience and premarital sexual initiation in urban Kenya: an event history analysis, Studies in Family Planning, 2012, 43(2):115-126.
What does EHA stand for?
EHA stands for Event History Analysis
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- Endurance Humanitarian Aid (UK)
- English Hockey Association
- Enhanced Harmogram Analysis
- Entente de Haute Alsace (French sports club)
- Enterprise-Hub Architecture
- Environmental Hero Award (NOAA)
- Environmental Hygiene Agency
- European Hematology Association
- European Hypersonics Association
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- Expect Higher Altitude
- Education of the Handicapped Act - Part B
- Edmonton Homebuilt Aircraft Association (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
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- English Harbour Arts Association (Canada)
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- Euskal Herriko Agintaritzaren Aldizkarian
- Every Hand An Adventure (bridge game bidding)
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28:1, pp 47-58, January 2006, USA Using event history analysis, this US study examines the relationship between reunification and re-entry rates for 33 Oklahoma counties with 100 or more reunifications occurring in 2002.
Using Wisconsin longitudinal administrative data, the authors performed event history analysis to examine the dynamic patterns of sanctioning and the patterns of benefits following a sanction.
Rohwer, Techniques of Event History Analysis (Hillsdale, N.
Methodology Event History Analysis This study employs a dynamic statistical methodology called event history analysis to examine property-liability and life insurer insolvencies.
Within sections on researching relationships and personal life, place, and change they consider such topics as using psychoanalytic methodology in psychosocial research on brothers, using biographical and longitudinal methods researching mothering, socio-technical methods to study human-technological dynamics in the city, innovative ways of mapping data about places, researching sexual histories, and the narrative potential of cohort data and event history analysis.
Event history analysis has rarely been used in child welfare.
Methodology and Measurement An event history analysis is used to examine the factors affecting the legislature's decision to adopt collaborative management programs.