Keyword matches: occupation

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Blackwell L. Women's work in official statistics and the 1980 reclassification of occupations. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (Series A) 2001; 164 (2): 307-325. View abstract.

Blackwell L. Occupational sex segregation and part-time work in modern Britain. Gender, Work and Organisation 2001; 8 (2): 146-163. View abstract.

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. Occupational segregation and disadvantage in women’s working lives. In: Update – News from the LS User Group No 25. London: CLS Institute of Education; 2000. p. 6-14. Download this document (PDF).

Blackwell L. Occupational Sex Segregation and Part-time Work in Modern Britain. PhD Thesis submitted, London: SSRU, City University. 1998.

Blackwell L. Women, occupations and the 1980 reclassification. In: Update: News from the LS User Group No 13. London: CLS Institute of Education; 1996. p. 12-20. Download this document (PDF).

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).

Blackwell L, Lynch K, Jones S. Science teaching: the demographic squeeze. Labour Market Trends 2001; 109 (10): 485-494. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Bruegel I. The restructuring of London's labour force: migration and shifting opportunities, 1971-1991. Area 2000; 32 (1): 79-90. View abstract.

Brueghel I. The trailing wife: a declining breed? Career formation, geographical mobility and household conflict in Britain 1979-89. In: Crompton R, Gallie D, Purcell K, editors. Corporate Restructuring and Labour Markets. London: Routledge; 1996. p. 235-258.

Claussen B. Mortality in Oslo by inequalities in occupational class. Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen 2002; 122 (19): 1867-9. View abstract.

Dolin P. A descriptive study of occupation and bladder cancer in England and Wales. British Journal of Cancer 1992; 65 (3): 476-478.

Dolin P, Cook-Mozaffari P. Occupation and bladder cancer: a death-certificate study. British Journal of Cancer 1992; 66 (3): 568-579.

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.

Fieldhouse E, Hollywood E. Life after mining: hidden unemployment and changing patterns of economic activity amongst miners in England and Wales, 1981-1991. Work Employment and Society 1999; 13 (3): 483-502. View abstract.

Fieldhouse E, Hollywood E. Life After Mining: Hidden Unemployment and Changing Patterns of Economic Activity Amongst Miners in England and Wales, 1981-1991. In: Update - News from the LS User Group No 19. London: CLS, Institute of Education; 1998. Download this document (PDF).

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.

Findlay A (Dundee) et al. Upward and onward: a study of Scots out migration from a global city. In: International Population Geographies Conference. 15 – 16 June; Liverpool: 2006. View abstract.

Findlay A, Mason C, Harrison R, Houston D, McCollum D. Getting off the escalator? A study of Scots out-migration from a global city region. Environment and Planning A 2008; 40 (9): 2169-2185. View abstract.

Fox AJ. Social Class and Occupational Mobility. London: HMSO; 1985.

Fox AJ. Social class and occupational mobility shortly before men become fathers. LS working paper 4. 1984.

Fox AJ. 1971-1977 Longitudinal Study: Social Class and Occupational Mortality. LS Series No 2. 1982;

Fox AJ, Adelstein A. Occupational mortality: work or way of life?. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 1978; 32 (2):

Fraser P, Chilvers C, Day M, Goldblatt P. Further results from a census based mortality study of fertiliser manufacturers. British Journal of Industrial Medicine 1989; 46: 38-42.

Goldblatt P, Fox AJ. Mortality of Men by Occupation. LS working paper 59. 1988. Download this document (PDF).

Hakim C. Social Change and Innovation in the Labour Market: Evidence from the Census SARs on Occupational Segregation and Labour Mobility, Part-Time Work and Student Jobs, Homework and Self-Employment. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 1998. View abstract.

Hakim C. Theoretical and Measurement Issues in the Analysis of Occupational Segregation. In: Beckmann P, editor. Gender specific occupational segregation: Beiträge zur Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung 188 (Monographs on Employment Research). Nürnberg: Institut fur Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung; 1996. p. 67-88. View abstract.

Hakim C. A century of change in occupational segregation 1891-1991. Journal of Historical Sociology 1994; 7 (December): 435-454. View abstract.

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.

Harrington JM, Goldblatt P. Census based mortality study of pharmaceutical workers. British Journal of Industrial Medicine 1986; 43: 206-211.

Harrop A, Joshi H. Death and the Saleswoman: an Investigation of Mortality and Occupational Immobility of Women in the Longitudinal Study of England and Wales. LS working paper 73. 1994. Download this document (PDF).

Hoggart K, Hiscock C. Occupational structures in service-class households: comparisons of rural, suburban, and inner-city residential environments. Environment and Planning A 2005; 37: 63-80. View abstract.

Hollywood E. Mining, migration and immobility: towards an understanding of the relationship between migration and occupation. International Journal of Population Geography 2002; 8: 297-314. View abstract.

Hollywood E. Immobility as part of the migration process: the changing geography of miners in England and Wales. 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. 85-93. View abstract.

Kunst AE, Mackenbach JP. International variation in the size of mortality differences associated with occupational status. International Journal of Epidemiology 1994; 23 (4): 742-50. View abstract.

Leon DA, Goldblatt P, Fox AJ. Social class and mortality in occupational cohorts (letter to the editor). American Journal of Industrial Medicine 1992; 22: 141-142.

Mitchell R, Gleave S, Bartley M, Wiggins R, Joshi H. Do attitude and area influence health?. Health and Place 2000; 6 (2): 67-79. View abstract.

Moser K, Goldblatt P. Occupational mortality of women aged 15-59 years at death in England and Wales. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 1991; 45 (2): 117-24. View abstract.

Moser K, Goldblatt P. Mortality of Women in the OPCS Longitudinal Study: Differentials by Own Occupation and Household and Housing Characteristics. LS working paper 26. 1985. Download this document (PDF).

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

O'Brien J, Feist A. Employment in the Arts and Cultural Industries: an Analysis of the Labour Force Survey and Other Sources. London: Arts Council of England; 1997 Report No.: 9.

Pugh H. Making the Best of a Bad Job: Homeworking in the Secretarial / Clerical Industry. PhD Thesis, London: City University (July 1989). 1989.

Roberts H. The social classification of women. EOC Research Bulletin 1986; 10 (Autumn): 47-70.

Roberts H, Barker R. What are people doing when they grade women's work?. British Journal of Sociology 1989; 40 (1): 130-146.

Roberts H, Barker R. A Social Classification Scheme for Women. LS working paper 51. 1987.