Keyword matches: family

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Brassett-Grundy A. Researching Households and Families Using the ONS Longitudinal Study. LS User Guide 20.. 2003. Download this document (PDF).

Brown A. Family circumstances of young children. Population Trends 1986; 43: 18-23.

Clarke L, Bradshaw J, Williams J. Family diversity and poverty and the mental wellbeing of young people. In: Ryan H , Bull J, editors. Changing Families, Changing Communities. London: Health Education Authority; 2000. p. 39-58.

Clarke L, Jensen A-M. Cohabitation in Britain and Norway: a childhood perspective. In: Jensen A-M, editor. Children's Families. Falmer Press; 2000.

Clarke L, Joshi H. Children's changing families and family resources. In: Jonsen A-M, McKee L, editors. Children and the Changing Family: Between Transformation and Negotiation. Falmer Press; 2003.

Clarke L, Joshi H. Accessions and abdications: men and women as family markers in linked data for England and Wales. In: Zaba B , Blacker J, editors. Brass Tacks: Essays in Medical Demography. London: Athlone Press; 2001. p. 207-230.

Clarke L, Joshi H. Children's experience of changing family lives. In: Update - News from the LS User Group No 16. London: CLS Institute of Education; 1997. p. 6-10. Download this document (PDF).

Clarke L, Joshi H, Di Salvo P. Children's family change: reports and records of mothers, fathers and children compared. Population Trends 2000; 102 (Winter): 24-33. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Clarke L, Joshi H, di Salvo P, Wright J. Stability and Instability in Children's Family Lives: Longitudinal Evidence from Two British Sources. London: Centre for Population Studies, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London; 1997.

Davies H, Joshi H, Peronaci R. Dual and Zero Earner Couples in Britain: Longitudinal Evidence in Polarization and Persistence. London: Birkbeck College, University of London; 1998.

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. Household and family change in mid and later life in England and Wales. In: McRae S, editor. Changing Britain: Families and Households in the 1990s. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 1999. p. 201-228.

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, 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, Murphy M. Marital status and family support for the oldest-old in Great Britain. In: Robine J-M, Crimmins EM, Horiuchi S, Yi Z, editors. Human Longevity, Individual Life Duration and the Growth of the Oldest-Old Population. Springer; 2006. p. 415-436.

Harrop A, Plewis I. A comparison of family structures in 1981: evidence from the General Household Survey and the OPCS Longitudinal Study. In: Update - News from the LS User Group No 4. London: CLS Institute of Education; 1993. p. 11-16.

Holmans AE. Divorce, Remarriage and Housing: the Effects of Divorce, Remarriage, Separation and the Formation of the New Couple Households on the number of Separate Households and Housing Demand and Conditions. London: Department of the Environment, Transport and Regions; 2000.

Mercer A. Support from a Spouse and Survival Differentials Among Parents by Family Circumstances and Employment. London: Centre for Population Studies, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine; 1991.

Mercer A, Goldblatt P, Pugh H. Family and Demographic Circumstances and Mortality Among Married Women of Working Ages. LS working paper 65. 1989.

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.

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. 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, 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.

Roberts S. What Makes Children Resilient or Vulnerable in the Face of Family Disruption?. MSc Medical Demography. London: London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London; 1999.

Sullivan R, Edwards P, Sloggett A, Marshall C. Families bereaved by road traffic crashes: linkage of mortality records with 1971-2001 censuses. Injury Prevention 2009; 15 (6): 364-368. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Wall R. Comparer ménages et familles au niveau Européen: problèmes et perspectives. Population 1996; 51 (1 (January / Februar): 93-116. View abstract.

Wall R. Intergenerational relationships past and present. In: Walker A, editor. The New Generational Contact. London: UCL Press; 1996.

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).