Keyword matches: inequality

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Avendaño M, Kunst AE, Huisman M, van Lenthe F, Bopp M, Borrell C, Valkonen T, Regidor E, Costa G, Donkin A, Borgan J-K, Deboosere P, Gadeyne S, Spadea T, Andersen O, Mackenbach JP. Educational Level and Stroke Mortality: A Comparison of 10 European Populations During the 1990s. Stroke 2004; 35 (2): 432-437. View abstract.

Bartley M, Carpenter L, Dunnell K, Fitzpatrick R. Measuring inequalities in health: An analysis of mortality patterns using two social classifications. Sociology of Health & Illness 1996; 18 (4): 455-474. View abstract. WWW (PDF).

Bartley M, Plewis I. Accumulated labour market disadvantage and limiting long term illness: data from the 1971-1991 ONS Longitudinal Study. International Journal of Epidemiology 2002; 31: 336-341. View abstract.

Bartley M, Plewis IJ. Increasing social mobility: an effective policy to reduce health inequalities. Royal Statistical Society (Series A) 2007; 170 (2): 469-81. View abstract.

Bethune A. Unemployment and mortality. In: Drever F, Whitehead M, editors. Health Inequalities: decennial supplement, ONS Series DS no. 15. London: The Stationery Office; 1997. p. 156-167. Download this document (PDF).

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. 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, 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).

Blane D, Harding S, Rosato M. Does social mobility affect the size of the socioeconomic mortality differential: evidence from the Office for National Statistics Longitudinal Study. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (Series A) 1999; 162 (1): 59-70. View abstract.

Boyle P, Norman P, Rees P. Changing places: do changes in the relative deprivation of areas influence limiting long-term illness and mortality among non-migrant people living in non-deprived households?. Social Science & Medicine 2004; 58: 2459-2471. View abstract.

Breeze E. Health Inequalities Among Older People. Thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London. 2002.

Breeze E. Health inequalities persist into old age: results from the Longitudinal Study. In: Butler R, Jasmin C, editors. Longevity and Quality of Life. New York: Plenum; 2000. p. 171-179.

Breeze E, Sloggett A, Fletcher A. Socioeconomic status and transition in old age, in relation to limiting long-term illness measured at the 1991 Census: results from the UK Longitudinal Study. European Journal of Public Health 1999; 9: 265-270. View abstract.

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.

Brown A, Harding S, Bethune A, Rosato M. Incidence of Health of the Nation cancers by social class. Population Trends 1997; 90 (Winter): 40-47. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Brown J, Harding S, Bethune A, Rosato M. Longitudinal study of socio-economic differences in the incidence of stomach, colorectal and pancreatic cancers. Population Trends 1998; (94): 35-41. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

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

Connolly S, O'Reilly D, Rosato M. Increasing inequalities in health: is it an artefact caused by the selective movement of people?. Social Science and Medicine 2007; 64 (10): 2008 - 2015. View abstract.

Corbin T, Glickman M, Johnson B, White C. Social inequalities in adult male mortality by the National Statistics socio-economic classification, England and Wales, 2001-03. Health Statistics Quarterly 2007; 36 (4): 5-23. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Davey Smith G, Leon D, Shipley MJ, Rose G. Socio-economic differentials in cancer among men. International Journal of Epidemiology 1991; 20 (2): 339-45. View abstract.

Davey-Smith G, Shaw M, Mitchell R, Dorling D, Gordon D. Refereed letter: Inequalities in health continue to grow despite government's pledges. British Medical Journal 2000; 320: 582.

Donkin A, Goldblatt P, Lynch K. Inequalities in life expectancy by social class, 1972-1999. Health Statistics Quarterly 2002; 15 (Autumn): 5-15. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Ecob R. A multilevel modelling approach to examining effects of area of residence on health and functioning. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (Series A) 1996; 159 (1): 61-76.

Farthing A. Period Changes in the Mortality of Older People by Socio-demographic Characteristics. Report submitted in partial fulfillment for the award of Master of Science, Demography and Health, University of London. 2004.

Fitzpatrick J. Personal Deprivation and Mortality: Does the Relative Risk Vary According to the Level of Area Deprivation of an Individual's Place of Residence. MSc Medical Demography. London: London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London; 1996.

Fletcher A, Sloggett A, Breeze E. Socio-economic and demographic circumstances in middle aged and older people and subsequent health outcomes. In: Update- News from the LS User Group No 17. London: CLS, Institute of Education; 1997. p. 16-23. Download this document (PDF).

Fox AJ. Socio-economic differences in mortality and morbidity. Scandinavian Journal Social Medicine 1990; 18 (1): 1-8. View abstract.

Fox AJ. Socio-demographic mortality differentials: new longitudinal perspectives. Revue d'Epidemiologie et de Santé Publique 1987; 35 (1): 20-27.

Fox AJ, Goldblatt P. Have inequalities in health widened?. In: Socio-economic Differential Mortality in Industrialised Societies No. 5. UN Population Division, WHO, CICRED; 1988.

Fox AJ, Goldblatt P. Have Inequalities in Health Widened?: Mortality Differences in the 1970s and Early 1980s. LS working paper 47. 1986.

Fox AJ, Goldblatt P, Jones DR. Social class mortality differentials: artefact, selection or life circumstances?. In: Wilkinson RG, editor. Class and Health: Research and Longitudinal Data. London: Tavistock Publications; 1986. p. 34-49.

Fox AJ, Goldblatt P, Jones DR. Social class mortality differentials: artefact, selection or life circumstances?. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 1985; 39 (1): 1-8. View abstract.

Fox AJ, Leon DA. Disadvantage and mortality: new evidence from the OPCS Longitudinal Study. 1988.

Fox AJ, Leon DA. Mortality and Deprivation: Evidence from the OPCS Longitudinal Study. Edited proceedings of the Eugenics Society Symposium "The Political Economy of Health and Welfare", ed W M Keynes. LS working paper 33. 1985.

Fox AJ, Moser K, Jones DR, Goldblatt P. Socio-demographic differentials in mortality 1971-81. Population Trends 1985; 40: 10-16.

Fox AJ, Moser K, Jones DR, Goldblatt P. Socio-demographic differentials in mortality 1971-81. Proceedings of the Conference of the American Statistical Association, August 13-16. 1984.

Gleave S, Bartley M, Wiggins RD. Limiting Long Term Illness: a Question of Where You Live or Who You Are? A Multi-Level Analysis of the 1971-1991 ONS Longitudinal Study. LS working paper 77. 1998. Download this document (PDF).

Gleave S, Wiggins RD, Joshi H, Lynch K. Identifying area effects: a comparison of single and multilevel models. In: Boyle P, Curtis S, Gatrell A, Graham E, Moore E, editors. The Geography of Health Inequalities in the Developed World. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Press; 2002.

Goldblatt P. Social class mortality differences. In: Mascie-Taylor NM, editor. The Biology of Social Class. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 1990.

Goldblatt P. Mortality by social class, 1971-85. Population Trends 1989; 56: 6-15. View abstract.

Goldblatt P. Mortality and Social Classification. In: SCPR Survey Methods Newsletter. 1988. p. 8.

Goldblatt P. Longitudinal Analysis of Social Class Differences in Mortality. In: Reek J van, Veys D, editors. Proceedings of the European Association for Population Studies Workshop on Mortality Registers. Maastricht, November 1996: 1988.

Haberman S, Bloomfield DSF. Social class differences in mortality in Great Britain around 1981. Journal of the Institute of Actuaries 1988; 115: 495-517.

Harding S. Social class differences in mortality of men: recent evidence from the OPCS Longitudinal Study. Office of Population Censuses and Surveys. Population Trends 1995; (80): 31-7. View abstract.

Harding S, Balarajan R. Longitudinal study of socio-economic differences in mortality among South Asian and West Indian migrants. Ethnicity & Health 2001; 6 (2): 121-128. View abstract.

Harding S, Bethune A, Maxwell R, Brown J. Mortality trends using the Longitudinal Study. In: Drever F, Whitehead M, editors. Health Inequalities: decennial supplement, ONS Series DS No. 15. London: The Stationery Office; 1997. p. 143-155. Download this document (PDF).

Harding S, Brown J, Rosato M, Hattersley L. Socio-economic differentials in health: illustrations from the Office for National Statistics Longitudinal Study. Health Statistics Quarterly 1999; 1 (Spring 1999): 5-15. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Harding S, Maxwell R. Differences in mortality of migrants. In: Drever F, Whitehead M, editors. Health Inequalities: decennial supplement, ONS Series DS no. 15. London: The Stationery Office; 1997. p. 108-121. Download this document (PDF).

Hattersley L. Trends in life expectancy by social class - an update. Health Statistics Quarterly 1999; 2 (Summer): 16-24. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Hickman M, Walter B. Discrimination and the Irish Community: a Report for the Commission for Racial Equality. London: Commission for Racial Equality; 1997

Holt G. Mortality Differentials Among Women by Parity and Age at First Birth. MSc Medical Demography. London: London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London; 1997.

Huisman M, Kunst AE, Andersen O, Bopp M, Borgan J-K, Borrell C, Costa G, Deboosere P, Desplanques PG, Donkin A, Gadeyne S, Minder C, Regidor E, Spadea T, Valkonen T, Mackenbach JP. Socioeconomic inequalities in mortality among elderly people in 11 European populations. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2004; 58: 468-475. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Huisman M, Kunst AE, Bopp M, Borgan BK, Borrell C, Costa C, Deboosere P, Gadeyne S, Glickman M, Marinacci C, Minder C, Regidor E, Valkonen T, Mackenbach JP. Educational inequalities in cause-specific mortality in middle-aged and older men and women in eight western European populations. Lancet 2005; 365 (9458): 493-500. View abstract.

Jarvis H. Housing mobility as a function of household structure: towards a deeper explanation of housing-related disadvantage. Housing Studies 1999; 14 (4): 491-505. View abstract.

Jones D, Goldblatt P. Social and Environmental Epidemiology in the Inner Cities: some leads from the OPCS Longitudinal Study. The Statistician 1991; 39: 247-257.

Joshi H, Wiggins RD, Bartley M, Mitchell R, Gleave S, Lynch K. Putting health inequalities on the map: does where you live matter, and why?. In: Graham E, editor. Understanding Health Inequalities. 2000. p. 143-155.

Kogevinas M. Social Inequalities and Cancers. In: Heller T, Bailey L, Patterson S, editors. Preventing Cancers. Milton Keynes: The Open University Press; 1992. p. 5-17.

Kogevinas M, Goldblatt P, Pugh H. Socio-economic Status and Breast Cancer in England and Wales: Time Trends in Incidence, Survival and Mortality. LS working paper 63. 1989.

Kogevinas M, Marmot MG, Fox AJ, Goldblatt P. Socio-economic differences in cancer survival. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 1991; 45: 216-219. View abstract.

Kunst AE, Cavalaars AEJM, Groenhof F, Geurts JJM, Mackenbach JP, EU Working Group on Socio-economic Inequalities in Health. Socio-economic Inequalities in Morbidity and Mortality in Europe: a Comparative Study. Rotterdam: Erasmus University; 1996.

Kunst AE, Groenhof F, Andersen O, Borgan JK, Costa G, Desplanques G, Filakti H, Giraldes M, Faggiano F, Harding S, et al. Occupational class and ischemic heart disease mortality in the United States and 11 European countries. American Journal of Public Health 1999; 89 (1): 47-53. View abstract.

Kunst AE, Groenhof F, Mackenbach JP, EU Working Group on Socio-economic Inequalities in Health. Occupational class and cause-specific mortality in middle-aged men in 11 European countries: comparison of population-based studies. British Medical Journal 1998; 316 (30 May 1998): 1636-1642. View abstract.

Kunst AE, Groenhof F, Mackenbach JP, EU Working Group on Socio-economic Inequalities in Health. Mortality by occupational class among men 30-64 years in 11 European countries. Social Science and Medicine 1998; 46 (11): 1459-76. 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.

Kunst AE, Mackenbach JP. The size of mortality differences associated with educational level in nine industrialised countries. American Journal of Public Health 1994; 84 (6): 932-937. View abstract.

Leclerc A, Lert F. La mortalité des travailleurs non qualifiés dans differs pays d'Europe. Review Epidemiologie et Santé Publique 1989; 37: 233-244.

Leclerc A, Lert F, Fabien C. Differential mortality: some comparisons between England and Wales, Finland and France, based on inequality measures. International Journal of Epidemiology 1990; 19 (4): 1001-1010. View abstract.

Leon D. Socio-economic Differentials in Cancer. A Review Paper Written for the International Agency for Research in Cancer. LS working paper 31. 1985.

Leon D, Wilkinson RG. Inequalities in prognosis: socio-economic differences in cancer and heart diseases survival. In: Fox J, editor. Health Inequalities in European Countries. Proceedings of the European Science Foundation Workshops, held in London 1984-86, Aldershot. Gower Press; 1989. p. 280-300.

Leon DA, Wilkinson R. Socio-economic Differences in Cancer and Heart Disease. LS working paper 32. In Health Inequalities in European Countries, Proceedings of ESF/ESRC workshops. Gower Press 1988, ed A J Fox. 1988.

Mackenbach JP, Huisman M, Andersen O et al. Inequalities in lung cancer mortality by the educational level in 10 European populations. European Journal of Cancer 2004; 40 (1): 126-135. View abstract.

Mackenbach JP, Kunst AE, Cavelaars JM, Groenhof F, Geurts JJM. Socioeconomic inequalities in morbidity and mortality in western Europe. The EU Working Group on Socioeconomic Inequalities in Health.. Lancet 1997; 349: 1655-1659. View abstract.

Mackenbach JP, Vandemheen H, Stronks K. A prospective cohort study investigating the explanation of socioeconomic inequalities in health in the Netherlands. Social Science & Medicine 1994; 38 (2): 299-308. View abstract. WWW (PDF).

Mitchell R, Gleave S, Lynch K, Joshi H, Wiggins RD, Bartley M . Health: who you are or where you live?. In: ESRC Health Variations Programme Newsletter, Issue 2. 1998. p. 4-5 and 14.

Moser K, Pugh H, Goldblatt P. Inequalities in women's health: mortality among married women according to social circumstances, employment characteristics and life-cycle stage. Genus 1990; XLVI: 71-84.

Moser K, Pugh H, Goldblatt P. Inequalities in Women's Health: Developing an Alternative Approach. LS working paper 54. A shorter version published in British Medical Journal, April 30 1988, 296 (6631): 1221-1224. 1987.

Moser K, Pugh H, P Goldblatt. Inequalities in women's health: developing an alternative approach. British Medical Journal 1988; 296 (6631): 1221-1224.

Norman P, Boyle P, Rees P. Selective migration, health and deprivation: a longitudinal analysis. Social Science & Medicine 2005; 60 (12): 2755-2771. View abstract.

Platt L. Mobility and missing data: what difference does non-response make to observed patterns of intergenerational class mobility by ethnic group? Working Paper 2005-10 of the Institute of Economic and Social Research, University of Essex, Colchester. 2005. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Platt L. The intergenerational social mobility of minority ethnic groups. Sociology 2005; 39 (3): 445-461. View abstract.

Pocock SJ, Shaper AG, Cook DG, Philips AN, Walker M. Social class differences in ischaemic heart disease in British men. The Lancet 1987; (25 July): 197-201.

Reid A, Harding S. Trends in deprivation and mortality using the Longitudinal Study. Health Statistics Quarterly 2000; 05 (Spring): View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

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.

Sassi F. Health inequalities: a persistent problem. In: Hills J, Sefton T, Stewart K, editors. Towards a More Equal Society? Poverty, Inequality and Policy since 1997. Bristol: The Policy Press; 2009.

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Shaw M, Dorling D, Gordon G, Davey-Smith G. Putting time, person and place together: the temporal, social and spatial accumulation of health inequality. Critical Public Health 2001; 11 (4): 289-304. View abstract.

Shaw M, Dorling D, Gordon G, Davey-Smith G. The Widening Gap: Health Inequalities and Policy in Britain. Bristol: University of Bristol, The Policy Press; 1999. View abstract.

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Sloggett A, Joshi H. Higher mortality in deprived areas: community or personal disadvantage?. British Medical Journal 1994; 309: 1470-1474. View abstract.

Smith J, Harding S. Mortality of women and men using alternative social classifications. In: Drever F, Whitehead M, editors. Health Inequalities: decennial supplement, ONS Series DS no. 15. London: The Stationery Office; 1997. p. 168-182.

Spencer N, Blackburn C, Read J. Does social disadvantage precede or follow the onset of childhood limiting long term illness/disability? . Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 2011; 65: A32-A33.

Valkonen T. Adult mortality and level of education: a comparison of six countries. In: Fox J, editor. Health Inequalities in European Countries - Proceedings of European Science Foundation Workshops held in London 1984-86. Aldershot: Gower Press; 1989. p. 142-162.

Valkonen T. Social inequality in the face of death. In: Proceedings of European Population Conference. Central Statistical Office of Finland, Helsinki; 1987. p. 201-261.

White C, Edgar G, Siegler V. Social inequalities in male mortality for selected causes of death by the National Statistics Socio-Economic Classification, England and Wales, 2001-03. Health Statistics Quarterly 2008; 38 (2): 19-32. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

White C, van Galen F, Huang Chow Y. Trends in social class differences in mortality by cause, 1986 to 2000. Health Statistics Quarterly 2003; 20 (4): 25-37. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Wiggins RD, Joshi H, Bartley M, Gleave S, Lynch K, Cullis A. Place and personal circumstances in a multilevel account of women's long-term illness. Social Science and Medicine, Special issue: Social and Economic Patterning of Health Among Women 2002; 54 (5): 827-838. View abstract.

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Young H, Grundy E, O'Reilly D, Boyle P. Self-rated health and mortality in the UK: results from the first comparative analysis of the England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland Longitudinal Studies. Population Trends 2010; 139 (Spring): 11-36. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).