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How natural disasters can affect environmental concerns, risk aversion, and even politics: evidence from Fukushima and three European countries

Jan Goebel, Christian Krekel, Tim Tiefenbach, Nicolas R. Ziebarth

PoliticsEnvironmental SociologyScience And TechnologyEconomics


'White flight' or positive contact?: Local diversity and attitudes to immigration in Britain

Eric Kaufmann, Gareth Harris

PoliticsArea EffectsElections. Electoral BehaviourMigrationEthnic GroupsSocial AttitudesRace Relations


Cleaner nudges? Policy labels and investment decision-making

Ian Lange, Mirko Moro, Mohammad Mahbubur Rahman

Environmental SociologyOlder PeoplePsychologyScience And TechnologyHouseholdsWelfare BenefitsSocial Behaviour


Are people who participate in cultural activities more satisfied with life?

Jennifer L. Brown, Ronald MacDonald, Richard Mitchell

Time UseWell BeingHealthSportArts


Creaming and parking in quasi-marketised welfare-to-work schemes: designed out of or designed in to the UK Work Programme?

Eleanor Carter, Adam Whitworth

Labour MarketUnemploymentPublic PolicyWelfare Benefits


Does welfare conditionality reduce democratic participation?

Sara Watson

PoliticsCitizenshipLabour MarketWelfare Benefits


Further analysis to value the health and educational benefits of sport and culture

Daniel Fujiwara, Laura Kudrna, Tom Cornwall, Kate Laffan, Paul Dolan

EducationEconomicsPublic PolicyGovernmentWell BeingHealthSportArtsHigher Education


The feasibility of conducting a Universal Credit panel survey

Heather Laurie, Nick Buck, Jonathan Burton, Violetta Parutis, Mark L. Bryan

Public PolicyWelfare BenefitsGovernmentSurvey MethodologyResearch


Media use, sports participation, and well-being in adolescence: cross-sectional findings from the UK Household Longitudinal Study

Cara L. Booker, Alexandra J. Skew, Yvonne J. Kelly, Amanda Sacker

Information And Communication TechnologiesYoung PeopleWell BeingHealthSport