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Social Indicators Research

, Volume 121, Issue 3, pp 723–726 | Cite as

Erratum to: Welfare States and Social Support: An International Comparison

  • Livia García-Faroldi
Erratum

1 Erratum to: Soc Indic Res DOI 10.1007/s11205-014-0671-1

Two small corrections about the tables the author had suggested in the proofs have not been included.

First, in Table 5, the Word COUNTRIES is in capital letter, instead of in lower case letter, as it appears in Tables 3 and 4. Second, in Tables 3, 4 and 5 the words Individual variables are in the upper part of the table with the categories of the dependent variables, but they should be included below, in the first row with the independent variables.

The tables should read:
Table 3

Marginal effects of the probability of asking for domestic help among interviewees with a partner, both parents, or the mother living, and with close friends: multinomial logit model

 

Partner

Mother

Offspring

Individual variables

   

Sex (ref. woman)

0.088***

−.054***

−.034***

Age (ref. 35–44)

 18–24

   

 25–34

  

−.029***

 45–54

0.033***

−.054***

0.021***

 55–64

0.095***

−.112***

0.018**

65 and +

   

Education (ref. secondary)

 Primary

  

0.014**

 University

 

0.169**

−0.18***

Residence (ref. place of birth)

 Less than 5 years

   

 More than 5 years

  

0.011**

Habitat (ref. urban)

 Rural

   

Religious practice (ref. infrequent observance)

 Nonobservant

−.017*

0.024**

 

 Medium observance

   

 High observance

   

Network

 Visit/see sibling

   

 Visit/see father

 

0.002**

 

 Visit/see mother

−.034***

0.034***

 

 Size network of friends

   

Countries (ref. Spain)

 Great Britain

0.141***

−.087***

−.054**

 USA

0.069***

−.038***

−.031**

 Canada

0.109***

−.087***

−.021**

 New Zealand

0.170***

−.138***

−.032***

 Austria

0.043***

−.029**

−.014*

 West-Germany

0.044***

 

−.030***

 East-Germany

0.090***

−.078***

 

 France

0.075***

−.049***

−.025***

 Norway

0.165***

−.131***

−.034***

 Denmark

0.101***

−.061***

−.039***

 Finland

0.163***

−.132***

−.030***

 Italy

 

0.029***

 

Log likelihood

−1,215.0339

  

Likelihood ratio test

1,581.58***

  

Pseudo-R 2

0.394

  

No. observations

4,761

  

Sig. * p ≤ 0.1; ** p ≤ 0.05; *** p ≤ 0.01. Source: ISSP (2001)

Table 4

Marginal effects of the probability of asking for economic help among interviewees with a partner, both parents, or the mother living, and with close friends: multinomial logit model

 

Partner

Parents

Siblings

Individual variables

   

Sex (ref. woman)

−.171***

0.135***

0.037***

Age (ref. 35–44)

 18–24

−.170***

0.207***

−.038*

 25–34

−.064***

0.082***

 

 45–54

0.050**

−.065***

 

 55–64

0.205***

−.218***

 

 65 and +

0.524***

−.563***

 

Education (ref. secondary)

 Primary

   

 University

  

−.026**

Residence (ref. place of birth)

 Less than 5 years

  

0.027*

 More than 5 years

   

Habitat (ref. urban)

 Rural

   

Religious practice (ref. Infrequent observance)

 Nonobservant

   

 Medium observance

   

 High observance

   

Network

 Visit/see sibling

0.010*

−.028***

0.018***

 Visit/see father

−.013***

0.024***

−.011***

 Visit/see mother

−.035***

0.040***

 

 Size network of friends

0.001*

 

−.001**

Countries (ref. Spain)

   

 Great Britain

0.089*

  

 USA

−.114**

0.098**

 

 Canada

   

 New Zealand

   

 Austria

0.151***

−.097**

−.053*

 West-Germany

   

 East-Germany

−.121**

0.164***

 

 France

 

0.090**

−.041*

 Norway

0.122***

 

−.066***

 Denmark

  

−.069**

 Finland

0.184***

−.158***

 

 Italy

−.152***

0.117***

0.034*

Log likelihood

−2,155.596

  

Likelihood ratio test

730.74***

  

Pseudo-R2

0.145

  

No. observations

2,847

  

Sig. * p ≤ 0.1; ** p ≤ 0.05; *** p ≤ 0.01. Source: ISSP (2001)

Table 5

Marginal effects of the probability of asking for emotional help among interviewees with a partner, both parents, or the mother living, and with close friends: multinomial logit model

 

Partner

Mother

Close friend

Individual variables

   

Sex (ref. woman)

0.177***

−.060***

−.117***

Age (ref. 35–44)

   

 18–24

−.065***

0.038***

 

 25–34

 

0.016*

−.027*

 45–54

0.029*

  

 55–64

0.115***

−.055**

−.060**

 65 and +

0.352**

 

−.345**

Education (ref. secondary)

 Primary

   

 University

 

−.021***

 

Residence (ref. place of birth)

 Less than 5 years

0.061***

 

−.057***

 More than 5 years

   

Habitat (ref. urban)

 Rural

   

Religious practice (ref. infrequent observance)

 Nonobservant

−.073***

 

0.071***

 Medium observance

   

 High observance

0.049**

  

Network

 Visit/see sibling

   

 Visit/see father

 

0.005**

 

 Visit/see mother

−.024***

0.012***

0.012**

Size network of friends

0.002**

−.002***

 

Countries (ref. Spain)

   

 Great Britain

   

 USA

−.212***

−.044***

0.168***

 Canada

−.061*

−.039*

0.100***

 New Zealand

   

 Austria

   

 West-Germany

  

0.078**

 East-Germany

   

 France

−.141***

 

0.125***

 Norway

 

−.045**

 

 Denmark

 

−.043**

 

 Finland

 

−.047**

 

 Italy

−.264***

 

0.265***

Log likelihood

−2,762.6373

  

Likelihood ratio test

768.88***

  

Pseudo-R2

0.122

  

No. observations

4,344

  

Sig. * p ≤ 0.1; ** p ≤ 0.05; *** p ≤ 0.01. Source: ISSP (2001)

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Sociology, Faculty of CommunicationUniversity of MálagaMálagaSpain

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