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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Abstract In the last years child poverty in Germany has become a political issue. However, child poverty rates are relatively high and even on the rise. Against this backdrop we will analyse the strategy of the federal government to fight child poverty in Germany.
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Metrics details. Compared to the majority population of a host country, migrants tend to have different health risks and health behaviour. We have hypothesised that these differences diminish with time passed since migration. We tested this hypothesis by examining smoking behaviour among Turkish migrants and their children born in Germany second-generation migrants , stratified by educational level and, for the first generation, length of residence. The Microcensus was the first to provide information that makes it possible to differentiate between first- and second-generation Turkish migrants. In total, 12, Turkish migrants and , native-born Germans were included in our study. We found the prevalence of smoking in second-generation male Turkish migrants to be lower than in the first-generation group: