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Does participation in voluntary organizations protect against risky alcohol and tobacco use? Findings from the UK panel data

Maria K. Pavlova, Matthias Lühr, Maike Luhmann

Drug/Alcohol AbuseSocial NetworksSocial CapitalHealthLife Course AnalysisSocial Behaviour


Social media’s enduring effect on adolescent life satisfaction

Amy Orben, Tobias Dienlin, Andrew K. Przybylski

Information And Communication TechnologiesSocial NetworksPsychologyTime UseYoung PeopleWell BeingHealth


Parental responses to information about school quality: evidence from linked survey and administrative data

Ellen Greaves, Iftikhar Hussain, Birgitta Rabe, Imran Rasul

EducationChild DevelopmentHouseholdsEconomicsPublic Policy


Universal family background effects on education across and within societies

Michael Grätz, Kieron J. Barclay, Øyvind N. Wiborg, Torkild H. Lyngstad, Aleksi Karhula

Social GroupsEducationChild DevelopmentHouseholdsSocietiesSocial Mobility


The educational aspirations and psychological well-being of adopted young people in the UK

Andrew Brown, Cerith S. Waters, Katherine H. Shelton

PsychologyYoung PeopleEducationChild DevelopmentLabour MarketWell BeingLife Course AnalysisSociology Of Households


Proportion of children living with at least one parent reporting emotional distress. Details, methodology and supporting information

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Lone ParentsYoung PeopleChild DevelopmentUnemploymentWell BeingHealthSociology Of HouseholdsSocial Psychology


Data tables: children living with parents in emotional distress, 2019 update

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Statistical AnalysisLone ParentsYoung PeopleChild DevelopmentUnemploymentWell BeingHealthSociology Of HouseholdsSocial Psychology


Statistical commentary: children living with parents in emotional distress, 2019 update

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Statistical AnalysisLone ParentsYoung PeopleChild DevelopmentUnemploymentWell BeingHealthSociology Of HouseholdsSocial Psychology


Linking Twitter and survey data: the impact of survey mode and demographics on consent rates across three UK studies

Tarek Al Baghal, Luke Sloan, Curtis Jessop, Matthew L. Williams, Pete Burnap

Information And Communication TechnologiesSocial NetworksDemographySurvey Methodology


Social network engagement and subjective well-being: a life-course perspective

Daniel Wheatley, Sarah L. Buglass

Information And Communication TechnologiesSocial NetworksPsychologyTime UseDemographyWell BeingLife Course AnalysisSocial Behaviour


Unravelling the ‘immigrant health paradox’: ethnic maintenance, discrimination, and health behaviours of the foreign born and their children in England

Renee Reichl Luthra, Alita Nandi, Michaela Benzeval

Drug/Alcohol AbuseSocial GroupsSocial NetworksMigrationEthnic GroupsHealthSocial BehaviourRace Relations


Written evidence submitted by Understanding Society, the UK Household Longitudinal Study (UKHLS), Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex (EYI0055)

Young PeopleChild DevelopmentPublic PolicyLife Course Analysis


Linking the family context of migration during childhood to the well‐being of young adults: evidence from the UK and France

Tatiana Eremenko, Rachel Bennett

PsychologyMigrationYoung PeopleChild DevelopmentWell BeingHealthLife Course Analysis


Ethnicity and grandparental child care in the United Kingdom

Valeria Bordone, Maria Evandrou, Athina Vlachantoni

Older PeopleYoung PeopleChild DevelopmentHouseholdsEthnic GroupsCaregiving


Common genetic variants contribute to risk of rare severe neurodevelopmental disorders

Mari E. K. Niemi, Hilary C. Martin, Daniel L. Rice, Giuseppe Gallone, Scott Gordon

MedicineChild DevelopmentHealthBiologyGenetics


Female employment and child inequality

Susan Harkness

Lone ParentsChild DevelopmentLabour MarketHouseholdsPovertyIncome DynamicsWages And Earnings


Factors affecting children’s mental health over time

Larissa Pople, Neera Sharma

Social NetworksPsychologyYoung PeopleChild DevelopmentWell BeingHealthLife Course AnalysisSociology Of Households


Do ethnic networks influence circular migration? Evidence from the UK

Majlinda Joxhe

Social GroupsSocial NetworksGeographyMigrationLabour MarketEthnic Groups


Seeking assistance in later life: how do older people evaluate their need for assistance?

Krysia Canvin, Catherine A. MacLeod, Gill Windle, Amanda Sacker

Older PeopleArea EffectsSocial NetworksGeographyWell BeingHealthSocial PolicyCaregiving


Understanding variations in children’s subjective well-being: a longitudinal analysis -PhD thesis-

Gwyther Rees

PsychologyYoung PeopleChild DevelopmentWell BeingHealthLife Course Analysis


Common genetic variants contribute to risk of rare severe neurodevelopmental disorders

Mari E. K. Niemi, Hilary C. Martin, Daniel L. Rice, Giuseppe Gallone, Scott Gordon

MedicineChild DevelopmentHealthBiologyGenetics


Forecasting child poverty in Scotland: a report for the Scottish Government

Howard Reed, Graham Stark

Young PeopleChild DevelopmentHouseholdsPovertyPublic PolicyIncome DynamicsFinanceSocial Policy


Children’s well-being and social relationships, UK: 2018

Edward Pyle, Charlotte Hassell

PsychologySocial ChangeYoung PeopleChild DevelopmentWell BeingSocial PolicySociology Of Households


Crumbling futures: why vulnerable 16 and 17 year olds need more support as they move into adulthood

Iryna Pona, Alexandra Turner

Social NetworksPsychologyYoung PeopleWell BeingLife Course Analysis


Every child, every chance: the Tackling Child Poverty Delivery Plan 2018-22

Young PeopleChild DevelopmentHouseholdsPovertyPublic PolicyGovernment