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Gleave S, Joshi H, Wiggins RD, Lynch K. Identifying Area Effects: a Comparison of Single and Multi-level Models. LS working paper 79. London: Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, University of London; 2000. Download this document (PDF).
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Jessop EG. Deprivation and mortality in non-metropolitan areas of England and Wales. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 1996; 50: 524-526. View abstract.
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Jones DR. LS Mortality 1971-81 in Regional Heart Study Areas. Some Preliminary Notes on the Relationship with Region and Water Hardness. LS working paper 8. 1984.
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