Keyword matches: household

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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.

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

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

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, 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).

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

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

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

Glaser K, Grundy E. Migration and household change in the population aged 65 and over, 1971-1991. International Journal of Population Geography 1998; 4: 323-339. View abstract.

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).

Grundy E. Co-residence of mid-life children with their elderly parents in England and Wales: changes between 1981 and 1991. Population Studies A 2000; 54 (2): 193-206. View abstract.

Grundy E. Household and family change in mid and later life in England and Wales. In: McRae S, editor. Changing Britain: Families and Households in the 1990s. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 1999. p. 201-228.

Grundy E. Household circumstances and transitions. In: Warnes A, editor. Homes and Travel: Local Life in the Third Age. London: Carnegie Trust; 1992. p. 20-33.

Grundy E. The household dimension in migration research. In: Champion T, Fielding T, editors. Migration Processes and Patterns, Vol. 1. Research Progress and Prospects. London: Belhaven Press; 1992. p. 165-174.

Grundy E. Demographic change, household evolution and housing need. In: Stillwell J, Scholten HJ, editors. Contemporary Research in Population Geography: a Comparison of the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers; 1989. p. 149-158.

Grundy E. Household change and migration among the elderly in England and Wales. Espace, Populations, Sociétés 1987; 1: 109-123.

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

Grundy E, Glaser K. Gender, migration and household change in elderly age groups. In: Boyle P, Halfacre K, editors. Migration and Gender in the Developed World. London: Routledge; 1999. p. 280-293.

Grundy E, Glaser K. Trends in, and transitions to, institutional residence among older people in England and Wales, 1971-1991. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 1997; 51: 531-540. View abstract.

Grundy E, Mayer D, Young H, Sloggett A. Living arrangements and place of death of older people with cancer in England and Wales: a record linkage study. British Journal of Cancer 2004; 91: 907-912. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Hall R, Hill C, Ogden P. Migration and household change with particular reference to one-person households. 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. 62-73. View abstract.

Hall R, Ogden P. One Person Households in England and Wales and France. Oxford: Dept of Social Sciences and Law, Oxford Brookes University; 1997.

Hall R, Ogden P, Hill C. The pattern and structure of one-person households in England and Wales and France. International Journal of Population Geography 1997; 3 (2): 161-181.

Harrop A, Plewis I. A comparison of family structures in 1981: evidence from the General Household Survey and the OPCS Longitudinal Study. In: Update - News from the LS User Group No 4. London: CLS Institute of Education; 1993. p. 11-16.

Haskey J. One-person households in Great Britain: living alone in the middle years. Population Trends 1988; 50: 23-31.

Hirst M, Corden A. Change in living arrangements following death of a partner in England and Wales, 1971 to 2001. Population Trends 2010; 141 (Autumn): 130-150. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Hirst M, Corden A. Trends and Changes in Household and Personal Circumstances on Death of a Partner in England and Wales, 1971 to 2001. York: Social Policy Research Unit, University of York; 2010 View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Hoggart K. Home occupancy and rural housing problems in England. Town Planning Review 1997; 68 (4): 495-515.

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

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.

Jarvis H. Identifying the relative mobility prospects of a variety of household employment structures, 1981-1991. Environment and Planning A 1999; 31 (6): 1031-1046. View abstract.

Jarvis H. Housing, labour markets and household structure: questioning the role of secondary data analysis in sustaining the polarization debate. Regional Studies 1997; 31 (5): 521-531. View abstract.

Jarvis H. Negotiating gender divisions of labour: the role of household strategies in explaining residential mobility in Britain. Thesis submitted for PhD degree, London: London School of Economics (September 1997). 1997.

Lyons M. Gentrification, socioeconomic change and the geography of displacement. Journal of Urban Affairs 1996; 18 (1): 39-62. View abstract.

Mendes da Camara M. Socio-Demographic Factors in Elderly Suicide in England & Wales 1991-2000. Report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the Master of Science degree in Medical Demography, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London. 2002. View abstract.

Moser K, Goldblatt P. Mortality of Women in the OPCS Longitudinal Study: Differentials by Own Occupation and Household and Housing Characteristics. LS working paper 26. 1985. Download this document (PDF).

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 change with special reference to the OPCS 1% Longitudinal Study. In: Keilman N, Kuijsten A, Vosser A, editors. Modelling Household Formation and Dissolution. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 1988.

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.

Penhale B. Households, Families and Fertility. LS User Guide 1. 1990.

Platt L. Ten-year transitions in children’s experience of living in a workless household: variations by ethnic group. Population Trends 2010; 139 (Spring): 70-90. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Savage M, Barlow J, Dickens P, Fielding T. Property, Bureaucracy and Culture: Middle-class Formation in Contemporary Britain. Chapter 7: Social Mobility and Household Formation. London: Routledge; 1992. Download this document (PDF).

Simpson L. Appendix 3: household headship rates: trends 1991-2011. In: Household Forecasts of Bradford District, 1996: Documentation. Bradford: Metropolitan District Council, Research Section; 1997.

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

Wall R. Historical development of the household in Europe. In: Imhoff E van, Kuijsten A, Hooimeiger P, Wissen L van, editors. Household demography and household modelling. New York: Plenum; 1995. p. 19-52.

Wall R. Elderly persons and members of their households in England and Wales from pre-industrial times to the present day. In: Kertzer DI, Laslett P, editors. Aging in the Past: Demography, Society and Old Age. University of California: University of California Press; 1995. p. 81- 106.

Wall R, Penhale B. Relationships within households in 1981, a cross-sectional use of the Longitudinal Study. Population Trends 1989; 55: 22-26.

Wall, R. English and French Households in Historical Perspective. LS working paper 67. Also in INSEE (Institut National de la Statistique et des Etudes Economiques) February 1991, No 8, Paris. 1990.

Ware L, Maconachie M, Williams M, Chandler J, Dodgeon B. Gender Life Course Transitions from the Nuclear Family in England and Wales 1981-2001. Sociological Research Online 2007; 12 (4): Download this document (PDF).

Williams M, Ware L, Maconachie M, Chandler J, Dodgeon B. Using longitudinal data to examine living alone in England and Wales: 1971 to 2001. In: Edwards R, editor. Researching Family, Community and Social Change Across Generations: Concepts and Methodologies 2007/2008. Abingdon: Routledge; 2006.

Wright J, Lynch K. Using the LS for intra-household analyses. In: Update - News from the LS User Group No 12. London: CLS Institute of Education; 1995. p. 12-16. Download this document (PDF).