Keyword matches: ethnicity

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Bennett C, Evans C, Fogelman K, Hoinville G. A Feasibility Study for a Survey of the Irish in London. London: CLS, Institute of Education; 1986.

Blackwell L. Fragmented life courses: the changing profile of Britain's ethnic populations. Population Trends 2000; 101 (Autumn): 4-10. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Blackwell L. Gender and and ethnicity at work: occupational segregation and disadvantage in the 1991 British Census. Sociology 2003; 37 (4): 713-731. View abstract.

Blackwell L, Guinea-Martin D. Occupational segregation by sex and ethnicity in England and Wales, 1991 to 2001. Labour Market Trends 2005; 113 (12): 501-516. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Collingwood Bakeo A, Clarke L. Risk factors for low birthweight based on birth registration and census information, England and Wales, 1981-2000. Health Statistics Quarterly 2006; 30 (2): 15-21. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Creeser R. The scope for using the 1991 Census questions on ethnicity and limiting long-term illness. In: Update - News from the LS User Group No 4. London: CLS Institute of Education; 1993. p. 2-8.

Dale A, Holdsworth C. Why don't minority ethnic women in Britain work part-time?. In: O'Reilly J, Fagan C, editors. Part-time Prospects: an International Comparison of Part-Time Work in Europe, North America and the Pacific Rim. London: Routledge; 1998. p. 77-95.

Davey-Smith G, Chaturvedi N, Harding S, Nazroo J, Williams R. Epidemiological approaches to ethnicity and health. In: Ethnicity and Health. London: King's Fund; 1998.

Fielding AJ. The Importance of Mobility and Regional Context in Shaping Individual Work Histories. In: Paper given to the Keizaichirigakkai meeting in Okayama City, Japan in January 2002. 2002. View abstract.

Fielding AJ. Immigrant workers and the class structure of England and Wales: a longitudinal analysis of the social mobility of Britain's 'black' and 'Asian' populations. In: Sato M, Fielding AJ, editors. The political economy of international labour migration in the post cold-war era. Tokyo: Dubunkan; 1998.

Hamnett C, Randolph W. Ethnic minorities in the London labour market: a longitudional analysis, 1971-81. New Community 1988; 14 (3): 333-346.

Hamnett C, Randolph W, Evans C. Racial minorities and industrial change. In: Cross M, editor. Migration, Employment and the New Urban Order, Comparative Ethnic and Race Relations Series. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 1985.

Harding S. Mortality of migrants from the Caribbean to England and Wales: effect of duration of residence. International Journal of Epidemiology 2004; 33 (2): 382-386. View abstract.

Harding S. Mortality of migrants from the Indian subcontinent to England and Wales: effect of duration of residence. Epidemiology 2003; 14 (3): 287-292. View abstract.

Harding S. The incidence of cancers among second generation Irish living in England and Wales. British Journal of Cancer 1998; 78 (7): 958-961. View abstract.

Harding S. The Health of the Irish in England and Wales. London: Federation of Irish Societies; 1998.

Harding S. Health of Ethnic Women in England and Wales. London: Health Education Authority; 1996.

Harding S, Allen EJ. Sources and uses of data on cancer among ethnic groups. British Journal of Cancer Supplement 1996; 29: S17-21. View abstract.

Harding S, Balarajan R. Longitudinal study of socio-economic differences in mortality among South Asian and West Indian migrants. Ethnicity & Health 2001; 6 (2): 121-128. View abstract.

Harding S, Balarajan R. Limiting long-term illness among Black Caribbeans, Black Africans, Indians, Pakistanis, Bangladeshis and Chinese born in the UK. Ethnicity & Health 2000; 5 (1): 41-46. View abstract.

Harding S, Balarajan R. Mortality in second generation Irish people living in England and Wales. British Medical Journal 1996; 313: 753-754.

Harding S, Balarajan R. Patterns of mortality in second generation Irish living in England and Wales: longitudinal study. British Medical Journal 1996; 312 (7043): 1389-1392.

Harding S, Dews H, Simpson L. The potential to identify South Asians using a computerised algorithm to classify names. Population Trends 1999; 97 (Autumn): 46-50. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Harding S, Maxwell R. Differences in mortality of migrants. In: Drever F, Whitehead M, editors. Health Inequalities: decennial supplement, ONS Series DS no. 15. London: The Stationery Office; 1997. p. 108-121. Download this document (PDF).

Harding S, Rosato M. Cancer incidence among first generation Scottish, Irish, West Indian and South Asian migrants living in England and Wales. Ethnicity and Health 1999; (1 / 2): 83-92. View abstract.

Harding S, Rosato MJ, Cruikshank JK. Lack of change in birthweights of infants by generational status among Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Black Caribbean, and Black African mothers in a British cohort study. International Journal of Epidemiology 2004; 33 (6): 1279-1285. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Hickman M, Walter B. Discrimination and the Irish Community: a Report for the Commission for Racial Equality. London: Commission for Racial Equality; 1997

Hickman MJ, Morgan S, Walter B. Second-Generation Irish People in Britain: a Demographic, Socio-economic and Health Profile. A Research Report for the DION Committee. London: Irish Studies Centre, University of North London; 2001.

Holdsworth C, Dale A. Ethnic differences in women's employment. Work Employment and Society 1997; 11 (3): 435-457. View abstract.

Holdsworth C, Dale A. Ethnic Variations in the Impact of Childbirth on Women's Employment and Occupational Attainment. Manchester: Faculty of Economic and Social Studies, University of Manchester; 1997.

Holdsworth C, Dale A. Issues in the analysis of ethnicity in the 1991 British Census: evidence from microdata. Ethnic and Racial Studies 1997; 20 (1): 160-181.

Luton Borough Council. Ethnicity in Luton. Luton: Luton Borough Council; 1997.

Maxwell R, Harding S. Mortality of migrants from outside England and Wales by marital status. Population Trends 1998; 91: 15-22. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Morgan T. The Spanish Migrant Community in the United Kingdom. Cambridge: Anglia Polytechnic University; 2004 March 2004.

Muttarak R. Does interethnic union promote occupational mobility of ethnic minorities in Britain?. Chapter of DPhil thesis. University of Oxford; 2007.

Peach C. London and New York: contrasts in British and American models of segregation (with comment by Nathan Glazer). International Journal of Population Geography 1999; 5 (5): 319-351. View abstract.

Peach C. Social geography. Progress in Human Geography 1999; 23 (2): 282-288.

Peach C. Les groupes ethniques au rencensement britannique de 1991. Revue Européenne des Migrations Internationales 1999; 15 (1): 13-37.

Peach C. Trends in the levels of Caribbean segregation, Great Britain 1961-1991. In: Chamberlain M, editor. Caribbean Migration: Globalised Identities. London: Routledge; 1998. p. 203-216.

Peach C. Pluralist and assimilationist models of ethnic settlement in London 1991. Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 1997; 88 (2): 120-134. View abstract.

Peach C. Ethnic group data collection. In: Dale A, editor. Looking Towards the 2001 Census, OPCS Occasional Paper No. 46. 1996. p. 39-44.

Peach C. The meaning of segregation. Planning Practice and Research 1996; 11 (2): 137-150.

Peach C. Good segregation, bad segregation. Planning Perspectives 1996; 11: 1-20.

Peach C. Does Britain have ghettos?. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 1996; 21 (1): 216-235. View abstract.

Peach C. Estimating the growth of the Bangladeshi population of Great Britain. New Community 1990; 16 (4): 481-491.

Peach C, Byron M. Council house sales, residualization and Afro-Caribbean tenants. Journal of Social Policy 1994; 23 (3): 363-383. View abstract.

Peach C, Byron M. Caribbean tenants in council housing: race, class and gender. New Community 1993; 19 (3): 407-423.

Peach C, Rogers A, Chance J, Daley P. Immigration and ethnicity. In: Halsey AH, editor. British Social Trends 1900-2000. Basingstoke: MacMillan; 2000. p. 128-75.

Peach C, Rossiter D. Level and nature of spatial concentration and segregation of minority ethnic population in Great Britain, 1991. In: Ratcliffe P, editor. Social Geography and Ethnicity in Britain: Geographical Spread, Spatial Concentration and Internal Migration. London: HMSO; 1996. p. 111-134.

Peach Ceri, editor. Ethnicity in the 1991 Census, Volume 2: the Ethnic Minority Populations of Great Britain. London: HMSO; 1996.

Peloe A, Rees P. Estimating ethnic change in London, 1981-1991, using a variety of census data. International Journal of Population Geography 1999; 5 (3): 179-194. View abstract.

Peloe A, Rees P, Philips D. The Spatial Dynamics of Britain's Ethnic Communities: Estimating the Changing Ethnic Geography of London, 1981-1991. Leeds: University of Leeds; 1998. View abstract.

Platt L. Making education count: the effects of ethnicity and qualifications on intergenerational social class mobility. Sociological Review 2007; 55 (3): 485-508. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Platt L. Understanding ethnic group differences in Britain: the role of family background and education in shaping social class outcomes. In: Delorenzi S, editor. Going Places: Neighbourhood, Ethnicity and Social Mobility. London: IPPR; 2006. p. 72-90.

Platt L. Migration and Social Mobility: The Life Chances of Britain's Minority Ethnic Communities. Bristol: The Policy Press; 2005. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Platt L. New destinations? Assessing the post-migration social mobility of minority ethnic groups in England and Wales. Social Policy and Administration 2005; 39 (6): 697-721. View abstract.

Platt L. Researching the role of the family capital in the social mobility of migrant ethnic minorities. Presented to the Conference on Social Capital: 'Whither Social Capital? Past, Present and Future', hosted by Families and Social Capital ESRC Research Group, South Bank University, London, 7 April. 2005; View abstract.

Platt L. Mobility and missing data: what difference does non-response make to observed patterns of intergenerational class mobility by ethnic group? Working Paper 2005-10 of the Institute of Economic and Social Research, University of Essex, Colchester. 2005. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Platt L. The intergenerational social mobility of minority ethnic groups. Sociology 2005; 39 (3): 445-461. View abstract.

Platt L. The Intergenerational Social Mobility of Minority Ethnic Groups. Working Paper 2003-24 of the Institute of Economic and Social Research, University of Essex, Colchester. 2003. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Platt L, Simpson L, Akinwale B. Stability and change in ethnic groups in England and Wales. Population Trends 2005; 121 (Autumn 2005): 35-46. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Platt L, Thompson P. Researching the role of family background in the social mobility of migrant ethnic minorities. In: Edwards R J, Franklin J, Holland J, editors. Assessing Social Capital: Concept, Policy and Practice. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press; 2006.

Popham F, Boyle P. Is there a 'Scottish effect' for mortality? Prospective observational study of census linkage studies. Journal of Public Health, published online 14 April 2011 2011; View abstract.

Raftery J, Jones DR, Rosato M. The mortality of first and second generation Irish immigrants in the UK. Social Science and Medicine 1990; 31 (5): 577-84. View abstract.

Robinson V. Inter-generational differences in ethnic settlement patterns in Britain. In: Ratcliffe P, editor. Social Geography and Ethnicity in Britain. Ethnicity in the 1991 Census, Vol. 3. London: HMSO; 1996. p. 175-201.

Robinson V. The Indians: onward and upward. In: Peach C, editor. The Ethnic Minority Populations of Great Britain. Ethnicity in the 1991 Census, Vol. 2. London: HMSO; 1996. p. 95-121.

Robinson V. Marching into the middle classes? The long term resettlement of East African Asians in the UK. Journal of Refugee Studies 1993; 6 (3): 230-248.

Robinson V. Race, gender and internal migration within England and Wales. Special LS issue of Environment and Planning A 1993; 25 (10): 1453-1465. View abstract.

Robinson V. The use of the LS for the study of minorities. In: Update - News from the LS User Group No 2. London: CLS Institute of Education; 1992. p. 16-20.

Robinson V. Move on Up: the mobility of Britain's Afro-Caribbean and Asian populations. In: Stillwell J, Rees P, Boden P, editors. Migration Patterns and Processes: Population Redistribution in the United Kingdom, Vol. 2. London: Belhaven Press; 1992. p. 271-291.

Robinson V. Goodbye yellow brick road: the spatial mobility and immobility of Britain's ethnic population 1971-81. New Community 1991; 17 (3): 313-330.

Robinson V. Boom and gloom: the success and failure of South Asians in Britain. In: Clarke C, Peach C, Vertovec S, editors. South Asia Overseas - Migration and Ethnicity. 1990. p. 269.

Robinson V. Roots to mobility: the social mobility of Britain's black population, 1971-87. Ethnic and Racial Studies 1990; 13 (2): 274-286.

Ronalds G. Study of the relationship between ethnic ancestry and birth weight in babies born to Indian and white parents in England and Wales. Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the Master of Science degree in Epidemiology, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London.. 2003. View abstract.

Storkey M. Using the LS to investigate the changing fertility of different ethnic groups over time. In: Update - News from the LS User Group No 23. 1999. p. 3-4. Download this document (PDF).

Stott D. A Demographic Analysis of Ethnic Differentials in Limiting Long-term Illness Reporting: 1991 Census of Great Britain. MSc Demography. London: London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London; 1994.

Stuart A. The Measurement of Ethnicity. LS User Guide 2. 1990.

Stuart A. The Social and Geographical Mobility of South Asians and Caribbeans in Middle Age and Later Working Life. LS working paper 61. 1989.

Valeny R. Staying put, yet moving up? Longitudinal analysis of the social and spatial mobility of Ugandan Asian refugees in Britain. In: Creeser R, Gleave S, editors. Migration Within England and Wales Using the Longitudinal Study, ONS Series LS, No. 9. London: The Stationery Office; 2000. p. 74-84. View abstract.

Walter B. Outsiders Inside: Whiteness, Place and Irish Women. London: Routledge; 2000. View abstract.

Walter B. Irish Women in London: the Ealing Dimension. London Borough of Ealing; 1989.

Walter B. Irish Women in London. London Strategic Policy Unit; 1988.

Ward C, Dale A. Geographical variation in female labour force participation: an application of multilevel modelling. Regional Studies 1992; 26 (3): 243-255. View abstract.

Webster J. Using the OPCS Longitudinal Study to Classify Ethnic Origin. LS working paper 41. 1986.

Williams R, Ecob R. Regional mortality and the Irish in Britain: findings from the ONS longitudinal study. Sociology of Health & Illness 1999; 21 (3): 344-367. View abstract.

Young H, Grundy E, Kalogirou S. Who cares? Geographical variation in informal caregiving in England and Wales: evidence from the 2001 Census. Population Trends 2005; 120 (Summer 2005): View abstract. Download this document (PDF).