Keyword matches: methodology

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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).

Bennett C, Evans C, Fogelman K, Hoinville G. A Feasibility Study for a Survey of the Irish in London. London: CLS, Institute of Education; 1986.

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. 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, Johnson B. Review of methods for estimating life expectancy by social class using the ONS Longitudinal Study. Health Statistics Quarterly 2007; 35: 28-36. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Blackwell L, Lynch K, Smith J, Goldblatt P. Longitudinal Study 1971-2001: Completeness of Census Linkage. LS Series no. 10. London: Office for National Statistics; 2003. Download this document (PDF).

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

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, 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).

Cleave N, Brown PJ, Payne CD. Evaluation of methods for ecological inference. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (Series A) 1995; 158 (1): 55-72. View abstract.

Clemens T, Boyle P, Popham F. Unemployment, mortality and the problem of health-related selection: evidence from the Scottish and England and Wales (ONS) Longitudinal Studies. Health Statistics Quarterly 2009; 43 (Autumn): 7-13. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Congdon P. Microgate and aggregate perspectives on life table heterogeneity - an empirical investigation of area mortality. Social Science Research 1995; 24 (2): 136-166. View abstract.

Congdon P. Approaches to modelling over-dispersion in the analysis of migration. Special LS issue of Environment and Planning A 1993; 25 (10): 1481-1510. View abstract.

Congdon P. Aspects of general linear modelling of migration. The Statistician 1992; 41: 133-153.

Craig J. The Consistency of Statements of Age in Census and at Death Registration. LS working paper 76. 1996. Download this document (PDF).

Creeser R. Facilitating comparability in international comparative research. In: Update - News from the LS User Group No 11. London: CLS Institute of Education; 1995. p. 6-11. Download this document (PDF).

Creeser R. Analysis Issues in the LS. LS User Guide 12. 1994.

Creeser R, Dodgeon B, Joshi H, Smith J. The ONS Longitudinal Study: linked Census and event data to 2001. In: Rees P, Martin D, Williamson P, editors. The Census Data System. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons Ltd; 2002. p. 221-229.

Dale A. Developments in census taking in the last 25 years. Population Trends 2000; 100 (Summer): 40-6. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Devis T, Mill I. A Comparison of Migration Data From the National Health Service Central Register and the 1981 Census. In: OPCS Occasional Paper. 1986.

Dini E, Goldring S. Estimating the changing population of the 'oldest old'. Population Trends 2008; 132 (2): 8-16. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

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).

Fitzpatrick R, Bartley M, Dodgeon B, Firth D, Lynch K. Social variations in health: relationship of mortality to the interim revised social classification. In: Rose D, O'Reilly K, editors. Constructing Classes: Towards a New Social Classification for the UK. Swindon: ESRC/ONS; 1997. p. 93-97.

Fox AJ, Jones DR, Goldblatt P. Approaches to studying the effect of socio-economic circumstances on geographic differences in mortality in England and Wales. British Medical Bulletin 1984; 40: 309-314.

Fox AJ, Jones DR, Leon D. From Official Health Statistics to Interactive Epidemiology Data. LS working paper 7. 1983.

Glaser K, Grundy E, Lynch K. Household transitions: coding independent and supported households among older persons. In: Update - News from the LS User Group 18. London: SSRU, The City University; 1997. p. 5-9. Download this document (PDF).

Gleave S, Creeser R, Dodgeon B. Using SPSSX Statistical Procedures with the LS. LS User Guide 11. 1993.

Gleave S, Joshi H, Wiggins RD, Lynch K. Identifying Area Effects: a Comparison of Single and Multi-level Models. LS working paper 79. London: Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, University of London; 2000. Download this document (PDF).

Goldblatt P. Mortality Differences at Working Ages: the Use of Generalised Linear Models to Compare Measures. LS working paper 53. 1987.

Goldblatt P, Fox J. Household mortality from the OPCS Longitudinal Study. Population Trends 1978; 14: 20-27. View abstract.

Grundy E, Stuchbury R, Young h. Households and families: Implications of changing census definitions for analyses using the ONS Longitudinal Study. Population Trends 2010; 139 (Spring): 64-69. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

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.

Harding S, Dews H, Simpson L. The potential to identify South Asians using a computerised algorithm to classify names. Population Trends 1999; 97 (Autumn): 46-50. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Hickman M. Census ethnic identities and second-generation identities: a study of the Irish in England and Wales. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 2011; 37 (1): 79-97. View abstract.

Holdsworth C, Dale A. Issues in the analysis of ethnicity in the 1991 British Census: evidence from microdata. Ethnic and Racial Studies 1997; 20 (1): 160-181.

Hutton S. Quasi-cohorts and their validation in a study of progress to independence. In: Dale A, editor. Maximising the Temporal Dimension in Survey Data. Manchester: Cathie Marsh Centre for Census and Survey Research, University of Manchester; 1997.

Jones DR. An Investigation of Alternative Methods of Calculating Person-Years-At-Risk in the OPCS LS. LS working paper 27. 1985.

Jones DR. Introductory Notes on Regression Models in the Analysis of Mortality Data in the OPCS LS. LS working paper 24. 1985.

Jones DR. Some Notes on the Effects of Level of Aggregation on Analysis of Mortality in the OPCS LS by Area. LS working paper 20. 1984.

King S, Brown A. Processing the OPCS Longitudinal Study. In: Statistical Software Newsletter, August 1988. 1988.

Marsh C, Dale A, Skinner C. Safe data versus safe settings: access to microdata from the British Census. International Statistical Review 1994; 62 (1): 35-53. View abstract.

Marsh C, Skinner C, Arber S, Penhale B, Openshaw S, Hobcraft J, Lievesley D, Walford N. The case for samples of anonymised records from the 1991 Census. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (Series A) 1991; 154 (2): 305-340. View abstract.

Marshall CE, Buxton J. Geography and geographical analysis using the ONS Longitudinal Study. In: International Population Geographies Conference. 15 – 16 June; Liverpool: 2006. View abstract.

Mitchell P, Martin D, Foody GM. Unmixing aggregate data: estimating the social composition of enumeration districts. Environment and Planning A 1998; 30 (11): 1929-1941. View abstract.

Murphy M. Household modeling and forecasting - dynamic approaches with use of linked Census data. Environment and Planning A 1991; 23 (6): 885-902.

Murphy M, Sullivan O, Brown A. Sources of Data for Modelling Household Change with Special Reference to the OPCS 1% Longitudinal Study. In: EAPS/NIDI Workshop on Modelling Household Formation and Dissolution. 12-14 December 1984; Voorburg: 1984.

Norman P. Direct effects of selective migration on health rates: an analysis based on the ONS Longitudinal Study 1971-1991. In: Estimating Small Area Populations for Use in Medical Studies: Accounting for Migration. Thesis submitted to the University of Leeds on 27 September 2002 in accordance with the requirements of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Faculty of Geography. 2002. View abstract.

O'Reilly D, Rosato M, Connolly S. Unlinked vital events in census-based longitudinal studies can bias subsequent analysis. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2008; 61 (4): 380-385. View abstract.

Peach C. Ethnic group data collection. In: Dale A, editor. Looking Towards the 2001 Census, OPCS Occasional Paper No. 46. 1996. p. 39-44.

Peloe A, Rees P, Philips D. The Spatial Dynamics of Britain's Ethnic Communities: Estimating the Changing Ethnic Geography of London, 1981-1991. Leeds: University of Leeds; 1998. 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).

Pugh H, Moser K. Measuring women's mortality difference. In: Roberts H, editor. Women's Health Counts. London: Routledge; 1990.

Rees P. What do you want from the 2001 Census? Results of an ESRC/JISC survey of user views. Environment and Planning A 1998; 30 (10): 1775-1796. View abstract.

Rees P. The 2001 Census, What Do We Really, Really Want? Working Paper 98 / 7. Leeds: School of Geography, University of Leeds, Leeds; 1998 May 1998. Download this document (PDF).

Rosato M. Recent development of software to analyse longitudinal studies: examples from the Office for National Statistics Longitudinal Study. In: Proceedings of Statistics Canada Symposium 98, Longitudinal Analysis for Complex Surveys. May 1998; Ottawa: 1998.

Sergeant JC, Firth D. Relative index of inequality: definition, estimation and inference. Biostatistics 2006; 7 (2): 213-224. View abstract.

Shrewry MC. Modelling Socio-economic Change: an Application of Generalised Linear Models to Changes in the Circumstances of Individuals Between 1971 and 1981. LS working paper 48. 1987.

Simpson L, editor. A One Number Census: Proceedings of a Research Workshop. Manchester: CCSR, University of Manchester; 1998.

Smallwood S, Lynch K. An analysis of patient register data in the Longitudinal Study – what does it tell us about the quality of the data?. Population Trends 2010; 141 (Autumn): 151-169. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Storkey M. Using the LS to investigate the changing fertility of different ethnic groups over time. In: Update - News from the LS User Group No 23. 1999. p. 3-4. Download this document (PDF).

Stuart A. The Measurement of Ethnicity. LS User Guide 2. 1990.

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

Ward C, Dale A. Analysing Categorical Data in the OPCS Longitudinal Study Using GLIM. LS User Guide 5. Social Statistics Research Unit, City University; 1991.

Weatherall R. A Comparison of Mortality Measures in the OPCS Longitudinal Study. LS User Guide 8. London: Social Statistics Research Unit, City University; 1992.

Weatherall R. The use of TAU for medical analysis. In: Update - News from the LS User Group No 1. London: CLS Institute of Education; 1992. p. 9-11.

Weatherall RD. Mortality in the Longitudinal Study: a Pragmatic Approach. MSc Dissertation. London: London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London; 1991.

Webster J. Using the OPCS Longitudinal Study to Classify Ethnic Origin. LS working paper 41. 1986.

Wright J. User Guide to Producing Tables in SAS with Proc Tabulate. LS User Guide 14. 1996.

Wright J. Identifying the same individual at different time points. In: Update - News from the LS User Group No 13. London: CLS Institute of Education; 1996. p. 8-11. Download this document (PDF).