Keyword matches: fertility

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Babb P., Bethune A. Trends in births outside marriage. Population Trends 1995; (81): 17-22. View abstract.

Babb P, Hattersley L. An Examination of the Quality of OPCS Longitudinal Study Data for Use in Fertility Analysis. LS User Guide 10. 1992.

Bethune A, Filakti H, Harding S, MacDonald-Davies I. Fertility and infant mortality in the OPCS Longitudinal Study. Population Trends 1992; 68 (Summer 1992): View abstract.

Boisson E. An Investigation of the Use of HIV Prevalence Among Pregnant Women as an Indicator of Female Prevalence in the General Population of England and Wales. Thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy to the Faculty of Medicine, London: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (University of London), (November 1997). 1997.

Botting B, Rosato M, Wood R. Teenage mothers and the health of their children. Population Trends 1998; 93 (Autumn): 19-28. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Buxton J, Clarke L, Grundy E, Marshall C. The long shadow of childhood: associations between parental social class and own social class, educational attainment and timing of first birth; results from the ONS Longitudinal Study. Population Trends 2005; 121 (Autumn 2005): 17-26. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Creeser R. A Guide to the Fertility and Infant Mortality Datastream. LS User Guide 9. 1992.

Di Salvo P. Intergenerational Patterns of Teenage Fertility in England and Wales. MSc Medical Demography. London: London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London; 1992.

Doblhammer G. Reproductive history and mortality later in life: A comparative study of England and Wales and Austria. Population Studies 2000; 54 (2): 169-176. View abstract.

Ekert-Jaffe O, Joshi H, Lynch K, Mougin P, Rendall M. Fertility, timing of births and socio-economic status in France and Britain: social policies and occupational polarization. Population 2002; 57 (3): 485-518.

Grundy E. Women's Migration: Marriage, Fertility and Divorce. LS Series No 4. 1989;

Grundy E. Migration and fertility behaviour in England and Wales: a record linkage study. Journal of Biosocial Science 1986; 18 (4): 403-423.

Grundy E, Tomassini C. Fatherhood history and later life health and mortality in England and Wales: a broad linkage study. Social Biology 2006; 53 (appeared in 2009 (3-4): 189-205. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Grundy E, Tomassini C. Fertility history and health in later life: a record linkage study in England and Wales. Social Science & Medicine 2005; 61: 217-228. 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.

Holt G. Mortality Differentials Among Women by Parity and Age at First Birth. MSc Medical Demography. London: London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London; 1997.

Kaufmann E. Sacralisation by stealth: the demography of de-secularisation. In: Stillwell J, Norman P, Thomas C, Surridge P, editors. Spatial and Social Disparities. Volume 2 in series: Understanding Population Trends and Processes. Springer; 2010.

Kaufmann E, Skirbekk V. 'Go forth and multiply': the politics of religious demography. In: Goldstone J, Kaufmann E, Duffy Toft M, editors. Political Demography: Identity, Conflict and Institutions. Boulder, Colorado, USA: Paradigm Press; 2011.

Leon DA. A prospective study of the independent effects of parity and age at first birth on breast cancer incidence in England and Wales. International Journal of Cancer 1989; 43: 986-991. View abstract.

Ni Bhrolchain M. The timing of childbearing in developed societies. In: Dunbar R, editor. Reproductive Decisions: Political and Social Aspects. London: MacMillan; 1995.

Ni Bhrolchain M. Period parity progression ratios and birth intervals in England and Wales, 1941-1971: a synthetic life table analysis. Population Studies 1987; 41: 103-125.

Ni Bhrolchain M. Parity Progression Ratios and Birth Intervals in England and Wales, 1941-1971: a Synthetic Life Table Analysis. London: Centre for Population Studies, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London; 1985.

Ni Bhrolchain M, Mturi A. Time-trends in family formation: work in progress. In: Changing Britain - Newsletter of the ESRC Population and Household Change Programme. April. 1997. p. 8-9.

Penhale B. Households, Families and Fertility. LS User Guide 1. 1990.

Penhale B. Associations Between Unemployment and Fertility Among Young Women in the Early 1980s. LS working paper 60. 1987.

Rendall M. How important are inter-generational cycles of teenage motherhood in England and Wales? A comparison with France. Population Trends 2003; 111 (Spring): 27-37. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Rendall M, Smallwood S. Higher qualifications, first birth timing, and further childbearing in England and Wales. Population Trends 2003; 111 (Spring): 18-26. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Rendall MS, Joshi H, Oh J, Verropoulou G. Comparing the childrearing lifetimes of Britain's 'divorce-revolution' men and women. European Journal of Population / Revue Europeenne de Demographie 2001; 17 (4): 365-388. View abstract.

Rosato M. Teenage Fertility in England and Wales: Trends in Socio-economic Circumstances Between the 1971 and 1981 Censuses. LS working paper 78. 1999. Download this document (PDF).

Rosato M. Teenage Fertility in England and Wales: Trends in Socio-economic Circumstances Between the 1971 and 1981 Censuses. MSc Medical Demography. London: London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London; 1997.

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).

Swift C. Teenage motherhood in England and Wales: Characteristics of First and Second Births to Teenagers, 1981-95. MSc Medical Demography. London: London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London; 1998.

Werner B. Spacing of births to women born 1935-1959: evidence from the OPCS Longitudinal Study. Population Trends 1988; 52: 20-25.

Werner B. Birth intervals: results from the OPCS Longitudinal Study 1972-84. Population Trends 1988; 51: 25-29.

Werner B. Some examples of fertility analysis from the Office of Population Censuses and Surveys' Longitudinal Study. Population Trends 1984; 35: 5-10.

Young H. Breast Cancer Survival in England and Wales: the Influence of Socio-Economic Status, Social Support and Parity. Report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the Master of Science degree in Medical Demography, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London. 2002. View abstract.