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Multiple health behaviours among mothers and partners in England: clustering, social patterning and intra-couple concordance

Hilary Graham, Jayne Hutchinson, Catherine Law, Lucinda Platt, Heather Wardle

Drug/Alcohol AbuseSocial GroupsDemographyFamily Formation And DissolutionHealthSocial BehaviourSociology Of Households


Privatizing participation? The impact of private welfare provision on democratic accountability

Jane Gingrich, Sara Watson

PoliticsDisabilityPublic OpinionPsychologyElections. Electoral BehaviourLabour MarketWelfare BenefitsSocieties


Assortative mating on educational attainment leads to genetic spousal resemblance for causal alleles

David Hugh-Jones, Karin J. H. Verweij, Beate St. Pourcain, Abdel Abdellaoui

Science And TechnologyEducationFamily Formation And DissolutionSocial StratificationBiologyGenetics


My house or our home? Transitions into sole home ownership in British couples

Philipp Lersch, Sergi Vidal

Law And LegislationHouseholdsFamily Formation And DissolutionSavings And AssetsHousing Market


Partnership patterns and homeownership: a cross-country comparison of Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom

Michael J. Thomas, Clara H. Mulder

Social StructureSocial ChangeFamily Formation And DissolutionWelfare BenefitsHousing Market


Housing need outcomes in England through changing times: demographic, market and policy drivers of change

Glen Bramley

Area EffectsRegional EconomicsDemographyLabour MarketEconomicsPovertyPublic PolicyFamily Formation And DissolutionHousing Market


Who are non-resident fathers?: A British socio-demographic profile

Eloise Poole, Svetlana Speight, Margaret O'Brien, Sara Connolly, Matthew Aldrich

DemographyYoung PeopleFamily Formation And DissolutionSociology Of Households


‘It’s The Sun wot won it’: evidence of media influence on political attitudes and voting from a UK quasi-natural experiment

Aaron Reeves, Martin McKee, David Stuckler

PoliticsMediaElections. Electoral BehaviourSociologySocial Psychology