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Willingness to use mobile technologies for data collection in a probability household panel

Alexander Wenz, Annette Jäckle, Mick P. Couper

Information And Communication TechnologiesSurvey Methodology


People's feelings about their finances were a key predictor of whether they would vote Brexit

Federica Liberini, Andrew J. Oswald, Eugenio Proto, Michela Redoano


Poor sleep associated with higher risk of chronic pain

Esther F. Afolalu


Culture, sport and wellbeing: findings from the Understanding Society youth survey

Jane Lakey, Neil Smith, Anni Oskala, Sally McManus

PsychologyYoung PeopleWell BeingHealthSportArtsLife Course Analysis


A Genome-Wide Association Study of Dupuytren disease reveals 17 additional variants implicated in fibrosis

Michael Ng, Dipti Thakkar, Lorraine Southam, Paul Werker, Roel Ophoff

MedicineHealthBiologyGenetics


The implications of alternative allocation criteria in adaptive design for panel surveys

Olena Kaminska, Peter Lynn


Woman’s Hour report: the best places in Britain for women

Allison Dunatchik, Javiera Cartagena-Farias, Julia Griggs, Elena Mylona

Area EffectsGeographyLiving StandardsWell BeingSocieties


Using prior wave information and paradata: can they help to predict response outcomes and call sequence length in a longitudinal study?

Gabriele B. Durrant, Olga Maslovskaya, Peter W.F. Smith


Evaluation of the health impact of an urban regeneration policy: Neighbourhood Renewal in Northern Ireland

Gretta Mohan, Alberto Longo, Frank Kee

Area EffectsRegional EconomicsPovertyPublic PolicyWell BeingHealth


Novel blood pressure locus and gene discovery using Genome-Wide Association Study and expression data sets from blood and the kidney

Louise Wain, Ahmad Vaez, Rick Jansen, Roby Joehanes, Peter J. van der Most

Science And TechnologyHealthBiologyGenetics


Mixing modes and measurement methods in longitudinal studies

Annette Jäckle, Alessandra Gaia, Michaela Benzeval

Information And Communication TechnologiesScience And TechnologyEconomicsSurvey MethodologySurveys


Was Brexit caused by the unhappy and the old?

Federica Liberini, Andrew J. Oswald, Eugenio Proto, Michela Redoano

PoliticsPublic OpinionPsychologyDemographyFinanceInternational Economic Relations


The effect of demographic and lifestyle factors on mode of travel in school-aged children in the UK: a cross-sectional study from Understanding Society

Sahar Fadl, Omer Kheir

Young PeopleEducationHealthSportTravel


Income, welfare, housing and the transition to higher order births in the UK

Juliet Stone, Ann Berrington

HouseholdsChildbearing: FertilityWelfare BenefitsIncome DynamicsSocial StratificationSocial PolicyHousing Market


Epidemiology of sarcopenia: determinants throughout the lifecourse

S. C. Shaw, E. M. Dennison, C. Cooper

Older PeopleMedicineHealthLife Course AnalysisBiology


Where is the best place to be a woman in Britain?

Allison Dunatchik, Javiera Cartagena-Farias, Julia Griggs, Elena Mylona


Worst place in the UK for women to live revealed by study

Allison Dunatchik, Javiera Cartagena-Farias, Julia Griggs, Elena Mylona


East Dunbartonshire voted best place in UK to live if you're a woman

Allison Dunatchik, Javiera Cartagena-Farias, Julia Griggs, Elena Mylona


Best place to be a woman: the results

Allison Dunatchik, Javiera Cartagena-Farias, Julia Griggs, Elena Mylona


Theft and assault among children's biggest fears, says charity

Larissa Pople, Gwyther Rees


One in three teenage girls lives in fear of being stalked by a stranger, shock research reveals

Larissa Pople, Gwyther Rees


Study shows millions of children in the UK are worried about crime

Larissa Pople, Gwyther Rees


The stress of low-paid work is making our country sick

Tarani Chandola, Nan Zhang


Flexible working is the solution to limited career choices for women and closing the gender pay gap

Heejung Chung, Mariska van der Horst


Workplace flexibility may boost women’s careers post childbirth

Heejung Chung, Mariska van der Horst