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Abbott O. 2011 UK Census coverage assessment and adjustment methodology . Population Trends 2009; 137 (Autumn): 25-32. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Akinwale B, Lynch K, Wiggins R, Harding S, Bartley M, Blane D. Work, permanent sickness and mortality risk: a prospective cohort study of England and Wales, 1971-2006. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 2011; 65 (9): 786-792. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Armstrong B, Gleave S, Wilkinson P. The impact of migration on disease rates in areas with previous environmental exposures. Epidemiology 1996; 7 (4): S88.

Atkinson R. Professionalization and Displacement in Greater London. Area 2000; 32 (3): 287-295. View abstract.

Atkinson R. Measuring gentrification and displacement in Greater London. Urban Studies 2000; 37 (1): 149-165. View abstract.

Atkinson R. Gentrification and Displacement in London: an Empirical and Theoretical Analysis. Thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, London: University of Greenwich. 1997.

Avendano M, Huisman M, Kunst AE, Bopp M, Regidor E, Glickman M, Costa G, Spadea T, Deboosere P, Borrell C, Valkonen T, Gisser R, Borgan JK, Gadeyne S, Mackenbach JP. Socioeconomic status and ischaemic heart disease mortality in ten Western European populations during the 1990s. Heart 2006; 92 (4): 461-467. View abstract.

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.

Avendano M, Kunst AE, van Lenthe F, Bos V, Costa G, Valkonen T, Cardano M, Harding S, Borgan JK, Glickman M, Reid A, Mackenbach JP. Trends in socioeconomic disparities in stroke mortality in six European countries between 1981-1985 and 1991-1995. American Journal of Epidemiology 2005; 161 (1): 52-61. View abstract.

Axhausen KW. Car availability change in England and Wales 1971-1981 - first results from the OPCS Longitudinal Study. Transportation 1995; 22 (2): 151-164. View abstract. WWW (PDF).

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

Babb P, Hattersley L. An Examination of the Quality of OPCS Longitudinal Study Data for Use in Fertility Analysis. LS User Guide 10. 1992.

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 I. Does health-selective mobility account for socio-economic differences in health? Evidence from England and Wales, 1971 to 1991. Journal of Health and Social Behavior 1997; 38 (4): 376-386. 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.

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.

Berrington A, Hinde A, Robards J. Estimating fertility rates using the ONS Longitudinal Study - what difference does the inclusion of non-continually resident members make?. Population Trends 2011; 144: 33-47. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Berthoud R, Blekesaune M. Persistent employment disadvantage. Department for Work and Pensions; 2007 View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

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.

Bethune A, Filakti H, Harding S, MacDonald-Davies I. Fertility and infant mortality in the OPCS Longitudinal Study. Population Trends 1992; 68 (Summer 1992): View abstract.

Bethune A, Harding S, Scott A, Filakti N. Mortality of Longitudinal Study 1971 and 1981 Census cohorts. In: Drever F, editor. Occupational Health 10, Decennial Supplements Series DS No. 10. London: The Stationery Office; 1995.

Blackburn C, Spencer N, Read J. Children and parents with limiting long term illness and disability (LLTI/D) in the UK: to what extent does parental LLTI/D precede or following parenting a child with LLTI/D?. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 2011; 65 (suppl. 2): A30.

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 and Science Teaching: the Demographic Squeeze. Report to the DTI. mimeo. Centre for Longitudinal Studies; 2001

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. Fragmented life courses: the changing profile of Britain's ethnic populations. Population Trends 2000; 101 (Autumn): 4-10. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

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. 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, Glover J. Women's scientific employment and family formation: a longitudinal perspective. Gender, Work & Organization 2008; 15 (6): 579-599. View abstract.

Blackwell L, Akinwale B, Antonatos A, Haskey J. Opportunities for new research using the post-2001 ONS Longitudinal Study. Population Trends 2005; 121 (Autumn 2005): 8-16. View abstract. 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).

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, Jones S. Science teaching: the demographic squeeze. Labour Market Trends 2001; 109 (10): 485-494. 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).

Blanden J, Sturgis P, Buscha F, Urwin P. The effect of lifelong learning on intra-generational social mobility - evidence from longitudinal data in the UK. Project report to the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills. Ref DIUS RR 09 04 ; 2008

Blane D, Bartley M, Davey-Smith G, Filakti H, Bethune A, Harding S. Social patterning of medical mortality in youth and early adulthood. Social Science & Medicine 1994; 39 (3): 361-366. View abstract.

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.

Blomgren J, Martikainen P, Grundy E, Koskinen S. Marital history 1971-91 and mortality 1991-2004 in England & Wales and Finland. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 2012; 66: 30-36. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Boisson E. An Investigation of the Use of HIV Prevalence Among Pregnant Women as an Indicator of Female Prevalence in the General Population of England and Wales. Thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy to the Faculty of Medicine, London: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (University of London), (November 1997). 1997.

Botting B, Rosato M, Wood R. Teenage mothers and the health of their children. Population Trends 1998; 93 (Autumn): 19-28. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Boyle P, Norman P. Migration and health. In: Brown T, McLafferty S, Moon G, editors. A Companion to Health and Medical Geography. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell; 2009.

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.

Boyle PJ, Norman P, Popham F. Social mobility: Evidence that it can widen health inequalities. Social Science & Medicine 2009; 68 (10): 1835-1842. View abstract.

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

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.

Britton M. Mortality and Geography: Decennial Supplement. London: HMSO; 1990.

Britton M. Mortality and Geography. Population Trends 1989; 56: 16-23. View abstract.

Brown A. Family circumstances of young children. Population Trends 1986; 43: 18-23.

Brown A, Fox AJ. Office of Population Censuses and Surveys' Longitudinal Study - 10 Years On. Population Trends 1984; 37: 20-22.

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).

Bruegel I. The restructuring of London's labour force: migration and shifting opportunities, 1971-1991. Area 2000; 32 (1): 79-90. View abstract.

Bruegel I. Who gets on the escalator? Migration, social mobility and gender in Britain. In: Boyle P, Halfacre K, editors. Migration and gender in the developed world. London: Routledge; 1999.

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.

Bryant L, Cheal B, Williams M. The Local Pool of Recruits: University Recruitment and the Demographic Characteristics of Cornwall, Devon, Somerset and Dorset (Internal Report). Plymouth: University of Plymouth: Faculty of Human Sciences; 1997

Brynin M, Longhi S, Martinez Perez A. The social significance of homogamy. Wivenhoe, Essex: Institute for Social and Economic Research Working Paper 2008-32, University of Essex; 2008 Download this document (PDF).

Brynin M, Longhi S, Martinez-Perez A. The social significance of homogamy. In: Brynin M, Ermisch J, editors. Changing Relationships. Routledge; 2009.

Buck M, Bryant L, Williams M. Housing and Households in Cornwall: a Pilot Study of Cornish Families. Plymouth: University of Plymouth; 1993.

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).

Champion T, Atkins D. Migration between metropolitan and non-metropolitan areas in England and Wales. 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. 1-15. View abstract.

Chandler J, Williams M, Maconachie M, Collett T, Dodgeon B. Living alone: its place in household formation and change. Sociological Research On Line 2004; 9 (3): View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Clarke L, Bradshaw J, Williams J. Family diversity and poverty and the mental wellbeing of young people. In: Ryan H , Bull J, editors. Changing Families, Changing Communities. London: Health Education Authority; 2000. p. 39-58.

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

Clarke L, Joshi H. Children's changing families and family resources. In: Jonsen A-M, McKee L, editors. Children and the Changing Family: Between Transformation and Negotiation. Falmer Press; 2003.

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. 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).

Clarke L, Joshi H, di Salvo P, Wright J. Stability and Instability in Children's Family Lives: Longitudinal Evidence from Two British Sources. London: Centre for Population Studies, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London; 1997.

Clarke L, Wright J. Cohabitation: Demographic Aspects of Cohabitants. London: Family Policy Studies Centre; 1997.

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

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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).

Coleman MP, Babb P, Sloggett A, Quinn M, De Stavola B. Socioeconomic inequalities in cancer survival in England and Wales. Cancer 2001; 91 (1S): 208-216. View abstract.

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).

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. A reply to Beryl Nicholson. In: Update - News from the LS User Group No 2. London: CLS, Institute of Education; 1992. p. 16.

Congdon P. The potential of the Longitudinal Study for migration studies. In: Update - News from the LS User Group No 1. London: CLS Institute of Education; 1992. p. 11-14.

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

Congdon P. Modeling migration flows between areas - an analysis for London using the Census and OPCS Longitudinal Study. Regional Studies 1989; 23 (2): 87-103.

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.

Coombes M. The LS and Travel-to-Work Areas. In: Update - News from the LS User Group No 12. London: CLS Institute of Education; 1995. p. 16-21. Download this document (PDF).

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).

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

Craig J. Some reflections on the history of the OPCS Longitudinal Study. Population Trends 1990; 61: 43-45. View abstract.

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. The relationship of the LS to other British longitudinal and cohort studies. In: Update - News from the LS User Group No 9. London: CLS Institute of Education; 1994. p. 2-8.

Creeser R. The 1991 Census data: the scope of the LS for using the 1991 Census question on central heating. In: Update - News from the LS User Group No 7. London: CLS Institute of Education; 1994. p. 2-4.

Creeser R. The scope for using the 1991 Census questions on ethnicity and limiting long-term illness. In: Update - News from the LS User Group No 4. London: CLS Institute of Education; 1993. p. 2-8.

Creeser R. A Guide to the Fertility and Infant Mortality Datastream. LS User Guide 9. 1992.

Creeser R. An Introduction to the Area Based Variables in the LS. LS User Guide 7. 1991.

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.

Creeser R, Gleave S. Migration within England and Wales using the ONS Longitudinal Study. LS Series No 9. 2000. View abstract.

Cribier F, Kych A. A comparison of retirement migration from Paris and London. Environment and Planning A 1993; 25 (10): 1399-1420. View abstract.

Cribier F, Kych A. Les Migrations de Retraite au Départ de Paris et de Londres. A Report by the Equipe de Géographie Sociale et Gérontologie, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique - Université de Paris 7. 1991

Curtis S, Southall H, Congdon P, Dodgeon B. Area effects on health variation over the life-course: analysis of the longitudinal study sample in England using new data on area of residence in childhood. Social Science & Medicine 2004; 58 (1): 57-74. View abstract.

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

Dale A. Commentary. Special LS issue of Environment and Planning A 1993; 25 (10): 1383-1385.

Dale A. The OPCS Longitudinal Study. In: Dale A, Marsh C, editors. The 1991 Census User's Guide. London: HMSO; 1993.

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Dale A, Creeser R, Dodgeon B, Gleave S, Filakti H. An Introduction to the OPCS Longitudinal Study. Environment and Planning A 1993; 25 (10): 1387-1398. View abstract.

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.

Dale A, Williams M. Overcrowding as an indicator of housing deprivation in the LS. In: LS Newsletter. London: OPCS; 1993. p. 3-6.

Dale A, Williams M, Dodgeon B. Housing Deprivation and Social Change. LS Series No. 8.. 1996; Order from TSO:

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, Chaturvedi N, Harding S, Nazroo J, Williams R. Epidemiological approaches to ethnicity and health. In: Ethnicity and Health. London: King's Fund; 1998.

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Dini E. Older workers’ withdrawal from the labour market 1991 to 2007: impact of socio-demographic characteristics, health and household circumstances. Population Trends 2010; 142 (Winter): 52-77. Download this document (PDF).

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).

Doblhammer G. Reproductive history and mortality later in life: A comparative study of England and Wales and Austria. Population Studies 2000; 54 (2): 169-176. View abstract.

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Dolin P, Cook-Mozaffari P. Occupation and bladder cancer: a death-certificate study. British Journal of Cancer 1992; 66 (3): 568-579.

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).

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).

Donkin A, Hattersley L. Using the Longitudinal Study Cancer Data for Research. LS User Guide 19. 2001.

Dorling D. Death to Britain: How Local Mortality Rates Have Changed: 1950s-1990s. Report to the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. York: 1997 View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Downing A. The Effects of Total Water Hardness, Smoke Particles and Sulphur Dioxide Levels on Mortality in Urban Areas in England and Wales Using the OPCS Longitudinal Study. Report submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the MSc in Medical Demography, London: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.. 1993.

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

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Ecob R, Jones K. Mortality variations in England and Wales between types of place: An analysis of the ONS Longitudinal study. Social Science & Medicine 1998; 47 (12): 2055-2066. View abstract.

Egerton M, Savage M. Age stratification and class formation: a longitudinal study of the social mobility of young men and women 1971-1991. Work, Employment and Society 2000; 14 (1): 23-49. View abstract.

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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).

Fielding AJ. The Importance of Mobility and Regional Context in Shaping Individual Work Histories. In: Paper given to the Keizaichirigakkai meeting in Okayama City, Japan in January 2002. 2002. View abstract.

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Fielding AJ, Halford S. Geographies of opportunity: a regional analysis of gender-specific social and spatial mobilities in England and Wales 1971-81. Special LS issue of Environment and Planning A 1993; 25 (10): 1421-1440. View abstract.

Filakti H, Fox J. Differences in mortality by housing tenure and by car access from the OPCS Longitudinal Study. Population Trends 1995; (81): 27-30. View abstract.

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