Keyword matches: economic activity

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Bethune A. Economic activity and mortality of the 1981 Census cohort in the OPCS Longitudinal Study. Population Trends 1996; (83): 37-42. 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, Lynch K, Jones S. Science teaching: the demographic squeeze. Labour Market Trends 2001; 109 (10): 485-494. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

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.

Dale A, Holdsworth C. Why don't minority ethnic women in Britain work part-time?. In: O'Reilly J, Fagan C, editors. Part-time Prospects: an International Comparison of Part-Time Work in Europe, North America and the Pacific Rim. London: Routledge; 1998. p. 77-95.

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.

Duncan S, Edwards R. Lone Mothers, Paid Work and Gendered Moral Rationalities. London: MacMillan; 1999. 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. 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).

Fox AJ. Preliminary Notes on Changes in Male Economic Activity Patterns. LS working paper 38. 1986.

Goldblatt P, Fox AJ, Leon D. Mortality of employed men and women. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 1991; 20 (3): 285-306. View abstract.

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. A sociological perspective on part-time work. In: Blossfield HP , Hakim C, editors. Between Equalization and Marginalization: Women Working Part-time in Europe and the USA. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 1997.

Hakim C. Labour mobility and employment stability: rhetoric and reality on the sex differential in labour market behaviour. European Sociological Review 1996; 12 (1): 1-31. View abstract.

Hakim C. Labour Market and Employment Stability: Is There a Continuing Sex Differential in Labour Market Behaviour?. London: London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Sociology; 1995.

Hamnett C, Randolph W. Labour and housing market change in London: a longitudinal analysis, 1971-1981. Urban Studies 1988; 25 (5): 380-398.

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.

Holdsworth C, Dale A. Ethnic differences in women's employment. Work Employment and Society 1997; 11 (3): 435-457. 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.

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.

Jarvis H. Negotiating gender divisions of labour: the role of household strategies in explaining residential mobility in Britain. Thesis submitted for PhD degree, London: London School of Economics (September 1997). 1997.

Lyons M. Chaos or complexity? Casualisation, feminisation and gentrification in London, 1971-1991. 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. 49-61. View abstract.

Pugh HS. Estimating the Extent of Homeworking. LS working paper 15. 1984.

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

Sacker A, Firth D, Fitzpatrick R, Lynch K, Bartley M. Comparing health inequality in men and women: prospective study of mortality 1986-96. British Medical Journal 2000; 320 (7245 (13 May)): 1303-1307. View abstract.

Ward C, Dale A. Geographical variation in female labour force participation: an application of multilevel modelling. Regional Studies 1992; 26 (3): 243-255. View abstract.