Keyword matches: marital

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Babb P., Bethune A. Trends in births outside marriage. Population Trends 1995; (81): 17-22. View abstract. WWW (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.

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

Collingwood Bakeo A, Clarke L. Risk factors for low birthweight based on birth registration and census information, England and Wales, 1981-2000. Health Statistics Quarterly 2006; 30 (2): 15-21. 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).

Grundy E. Women's Migration: Marriage, Fertility and Divorce. LS Series No 4. 1989;

Grundy E. Divorce, widowhood, remarriage and geographic mobility among women. Journal of Biosocial Science 1985; 17 (4): 415-435.

Grundy E, Fox AJ. Migration during early married life. European Journal of Population 1985; 1: 237-263.

Grundy E, Fox AJ. Changes of address in the early years of marriage. Population Trends 1984; 38: 25-30.

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.

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.

Holmans AE. Housing demand and need generated by divorce. In: Symon P, editor. Housing and Divorce. Glasgow: Glasgow University, Centre for Housing Research; 1990.

Holmans AE, Nandy S, Brown A. Household formation and dissolution and housing tenure: a longitudinal perspective. In: Social Trends. 1987. p. 20-28.

Jones DR, Goldblatt P. Cause of death in widow(er)s and spouses. Journal of Biosocial Science 1987; 19 (1): 107-121.

Maxwell R, Harding S. Mortality of migrants from outside England and Wales by marital status. Population Trends 1998; 91: 15-22. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

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.

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.

Murphy M, Goldblatt P, Thornton-Jones H, Silcocks P. Survival among women with cancer of the uterine cervix: influence of marital status and social class. J Epidemiol Community Health 1990; 44 (4): 293-6. View abstract.

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

Ni Bhrolchain M. Age difference asymmetry and a two-sex perspective. European Journal of Population 1992; 8 (1): 23-45. View abstract.

Ni Bhrolchain M. Age Difference Asymmetry and a Two-Sex Perspective. LS working paper 70. 1990. Download this document (PDF).

Ni Bhrolchain M. Changing partners: a longitudinal study of remarriage. Population Trends 1988; 53: 27-34.

Peach C. London and New York: contrasts in British and American models of segregation (with comment by Nathan Glazer). International Journal of Population Geography 1999; 5 (5): 319-351. View abstract.

Peach C. Pluralist and assimilationist models of ethnic settlement in London 1991. Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 1997; 88 (2): 120-134. View abstract.

Rendall MS, Joshi H, Oh J, Verropoulou G. Comparing the childrearing lifetimes of Britain's 'divorce-revolution' men and women. European Journal of Population / Revue Europeenne de Demographie 2001; 17 (4): 365-388. View abstract.

Scott B. Some Preliminary Notes on Status Incongruity and Mortality. LS working paper 35. 1985.

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

Wilson B, Stuchbury R. Do partnerships last? Comparing marriage and cohabitation using longitudinal census data. Population Trends 2010; 139 (Spring): 37-63. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Young H, Grundy E. Longitudinal perspectives on caregiving, employment history and marital status in midlife in England and Wales. Health and Social Care in the Community 2008; 16 (4): 388-399. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).