Keyword matches: sex

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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. 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 Sex Segregation and Part-time Work in Modern Britain. PhD Thesis submitted, London: SSRU, City University. 1998.

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).

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.

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.

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).

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.

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.

Fielding AJ. Gender, class and region in England and Wales - a longitudinal analysis. Ritsumeikan University Geographical Journal, Kyoto 1998; 10: 1-22.

Fielding AJ, Halford S. A longitudinal and regional analysis of gender-specific social and spatial mobilities in England and Wales, 1981-91. In: Boyle P, Halfacre K, editors. Migration and Gender. London: Routledge; 1998.

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.

Goldblatt P, Fox AJ, Leon D. Mortality of employed men and women. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 1991; 20 (3): 285-306. View abstract.

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.

Hakim C. Labour mobility and employment stability: rhetoric and reality on the sex differential in labour market behaviour. European Sociological Review 1996; 12 (1): 1-31. View abstract.

Hakim C. Labour Market and Employment Stability: Is There a Continuing Sex Differential in Labour Market Behaviour?. London: London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Sociology; 1995.

Huisman M, Kunst AE, Andersen O, Bopp M, Borgan J-K, Borrell C, Costa G, Deboosere P, Desplanques PG, Donkin A, Gadeyne S, Minder C, Regidor E, Spadea T, Valkonen T, Mackenbach JP. Socioeconomic inequalities in mortality among elderly people in 11 European populations. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2004; 58: 468-475. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

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. Professionalisation, feminisation, and sociospatial polarisation in London, 1971-1991. Environment and Planning A 1999; 31 (3): 491-506. View abstract.

Lyons M. Employment, feminisation and gentrification in London, 1981-93. Environment and Planning A 1996; 28 (2): 341-356. View abstract.

McCollum D. Migration, gender and place: Investigating gender dynamics in the context of contemporary migration flows to the South East of England. MSc dissertation. University of Dundee; 2006.

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).

Peach C, Byron M. Caribbean tenants in council housing: race, class and gender. New Community 1993; 19 (3): 407-423.

Platt L. The intergenerational social mobility of minority ethnic groups. Sociology 2005; 39 (3): 445-461. 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.

Robinson V. Race, gender and internal migration within England and Wales. Special LS issue of Environment and Planning A 1993; 25 (10): 1453-1465. View abstract.

Sacker A, Firth D, Fitzpatrick R, Lynch K, Bartley M. Comparing health inequality in men and women: prospective study of mortality 1986-96. British Medical Journal 2000; 320 (7245 (13 May)): 1303-1307. View abstract.

Scott A, Johnson B. Mortality rates by social class by age and sex: downloadable Excel file. 2007 Download this document (PDF).

Smallwood S, de Broe S. Sex ratio patterns in population estimates. Population Trends 2009; 137 (Autumn): 41-50. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).

Smith J, Harding S. Mortality of women and men using alternative social classifications. In: Drever F, Whitehead M, editors. Health Inequalities: decennial supplement, ONS Series DS no. 15. London: The Stationery Office; 1997. p. 168-182.

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.

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).