Keyword matches: living arrangements

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Breeze E, Sloggett A, Fletcher A. Socioeconomic and demographic predictors of mortality and institutional residence among middle aged and older people: results from the Longitudinal Study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 1999; 53: 765-774. View abstract.

Chandler J, Williams M, Maconachie M, Collett T, Dodgeon B. Living alone: its place in household formation and change. Sociological Research On Line 2004; 9 (3): View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Donkin A. Does living alone damage men's health? Reports on an analysis of the relationship between living alone and risk of death or limiting long-term illness for men who were present in the Office for National Statistics Longitudinal Study (LS) in both 1971 and 1981. Health Statistics Quarterly 2001; 11 (Autumn 2001): 11-16. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Glaser K, Grundy E. Migration and household change in the population aged 65 and over, 1971-1991. International Journal of Population Geography 1998; 4: 323-339. View abstract.

Glaser K, Grundy E, Lynch K. Transitions to supported environments in England and Wales among elderly widowed and divorced women: the changing balance between co-residence with family and institutional care. Journal of Women and Aging 2003; 15 (2/3): 107-126. View abstract.

Glaser K, Grundy E, Lynch K. Household transitions: coding independent and supported households among older persons. In: Update - News from the LS User Group 18. London: SSRU, The City University; 1997. p. 5-9. Download this document (PDF).

Grundy E. Co-residence of mid-life children with their elderly parents in England and Wales: changes between 1981 and 1991. Population Studies A 2000; 54 (2): 193-206. View abstract.

Grundy E. Elderly people in complex and non-private institutional households: changes in England and Wales 1971-1991 and intergenerational resource transfers and pressures on those in late middle age. In: Annex B in House of Commons Health Committee, Long-term Care: Future Provision and Funding, Minutes of Evidence, 7 December 1995. London: HMSO; 1995.

Grundy E. Moves into supported private households among elderly people in England and Wales. Special LS issue of Environment and Planning A 1993; 25 (10): 1467-1479. View abstract.

Grundy E. Living arrangements and social support in later life. In: Warnes AM, editor. Human Ageing and Later Life: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. London: Edward Arnold; 1989. p. 96-106.

Grundy E. Longitudinal perspectives on the living arrangements of the elderly. In: Jefferys M, editor. Growing Old in the Twentieth Century. London: Routledge; 1989.

Grundy E. Household change and migration among the elderly in England and Wales. Espace, Populations, Sociétés 1987; 1: 109-123.

Grundy E, Glaser K. Gender, migration and household change in elderly age groups. In: Boyle P, Halfacre K, editors. Migration and Gender in the Developed World. London: Routledge; 1999. p. 280-293.

Grundy E, Glaser K. Trends in, and transitions to, institutional residence among older people in England and Wales, 1971-1991. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 1997; 51: 531-540. View abstract.

Grundy E, Harrop A. Co-residence between adult children and their elderly parents in England and Wales. Journal of Social Policy 1992; 21: 325-348. View abstract.

Grundy E, Jitlal M. Socio-demographic variations in moves to institutional care 1991-2001. Age and Ageing 2007; 36 (4): 424-430. View abstract.

Grundy E, Mayer D, Young H, Sloggett A. Living arrangements and place of death of older people with cancer in England and Wales: a record linkage study. British Journal of Cancer 2004; 91: 907-912. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Hall R, Hill C, Ogden P. Migration and household change with particular reference to one-person households. 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. 62-73. View abstract.

Hall R, Ogden P. One Person Households in England and Wales and France. Oxford: Dept of Social Sciences and Law, Oxford Brookes University; 1997.

Hall R, Ogden P, Hill C. The pattern and structure of one-person households in England and Wales and France. International Journal of Population Geography 1997; 3 (2): 161-181.

Harrop A, Grundy E. Geographic variations in moves into institutions among the elderly in England and Wales. Urban Studies 1991; 28 (1): 83-104.

Haskey J. One-person households in Great Britain: living alone in the middle years. Population Trends 1988; 50: 23-31.

Millar J. The Socio-economic Situation of Single Women in the UK. Brussels: European Commission U/1368/91-EN; 1991.

Millar J, Kiernan K. The Socio-Economic Situation of Single Women in the UK. Bath: 1990.

Moser K, Goldblatt P. Mortality of Women in Private and Non-Private Households Using Data from the OPCS Longitudinal Study. LS working paper 14. 1984.

Ogden PE, Hall R. La mobilité des personnes seules en France et Grand-Bretagne. Economie et Statistique 1998; 6/7 (316-317): 77-95.

Penhale B. Living arrangements of young people in England and Wales. In: Proceedings of a CEPR Conference, Beyond National Statistics, INSEE, Paris, No. 8. 1991. p. 79.

Penhale B. Living Arrangements of Young Adults in France and England. LS working paper 68. 1990.

Ware L, Maconachie M, Williams M, Chandler J, Dodgeon B. Gender Life Course Transitions from the Nuclear Family in England and Wales 1981-2001. Sociological Research Online 2007; 12 (4): Download this document (PDF).

Williams M, Ware L, Maconachie M, Chandler J, Dodgeon B. Using longitudinal data to examine living alone in England and Wales: 1971 to 2001. In: Edwards R, editor. Researching Family, Community and Social Change Across Generations: Concepts and Methodologies 2007/2008. Abingdon: Routledge; 2006.

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.