Keyword matches: parents

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Buxton J, Clarke L, Grundy E, Marshall C. The long shadow of childhood: associations between parental social class and own social class, educational attainment and timing of first birth; results from the ONS Longitudinal Study. Population Trends 2005; 121 (Autumn 2005): 17-26. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

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).

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

Fox AJ. Social class and occupational mobility shortly before men become fathers. LS working paper 4. 1984.

Grundy E, Tomassini C. Fertility history and health in later life: a record linkage study in England and Wales. Social Science & Medicine 2005; 61: 217-228. View abstract.

Karlsen S. The Healthy Mother Effect: How Far Does It Go?. MSc Medical Demography. London: London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London; 1996.

Leon DA, Macran S. Infant Mortality and Maternal Circumstances in Childhood: the OPCS Longitudinal Study of England and Wales, 1971-87. LS working paper 75. 1995. Download this document (PDF).

McDowall M, Goldblatt P, Fox J. Employment during pregnancy and infant mortality. Population Trends 1981; 26: 12-15. View abstract.

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.

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.

Smallwood S. Characteristics of sole registered births and the mothers who register them. Population Trends 2004; 117 (Autumn): 20-26. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Tomassini C, Grundy E, Skytthe A, Christensen K. Twins and their health cost: consequences of multiple births on parental health and mortality in Denmark and England and Wales. Twin Research and Human Genetics 2006; 9 (3): 444-449. View abstract.

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

Weatherall R, Joshi H, Macran S. Double burden or double blessing - employment, motherhood and mortality in the Longitudinal-Study of England and Wales. Social Science & Medicine 1994; 38 (2): 285-297. View abstract.