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Motherhood, employment, and the dynamics of women’s attitudes towards traditional gender-role views

Muzhi Zhou

PsychologyLabour MarketChildbearing: FertilityLife Course AnalysisSocial AttitudesSociology Of HouseholdsCaregiving


Mortgage equity withdrawal, risk preferences and financial capability

Vivien Burrows

HouseholdsSavings And AssetsDebt: IndebtednessFinanceHousing Market


Does ethnic concentration influence gender role views? A study across first and second generation ethnic groups in England and Wales

Carolina Zuccotti

Area EffectsSocial NetworksPsychologyDemographyMigrationEthnic GroupsSocietiesSocial AttitudesSociologySocial Behaviour


Saving behaviour, expectations and financial hardship

Karl Taylor

PensionsSavings And AssetsFinance


Melancholy politics: Brexit as a consequence of weakening mainstream party attachment in the United Kingdom

Gary Pollock

PoliticsPsychologySocial Attitudes


The effect of changing financial incentives on repartnering

Hayley Fisher

Young PeopleHouseholdsFamily Formation And DissolutionIncome DynamicsSavings And AssetsLife Course AnalysisFinance


Does education improve financial outcomes? Quasi-experimental evidence from Britain

Daniel Gray, Alberto Montagnoli, Mirko Moro

EducationSavings And AssetsHousehold EconomicsDebt: IndebtednessFinance


The role of the internet in shaping young adults’ attitude, travel choices, and sustainable lifestyles: a longitudinal perspective

Guoqiang Wu, Jinhyun Hong, Piyushimita Vonu Thakuriah

Environmental SociologyInformation And Communication TechnologiesPsychologyYoung PeopleSocial AttitudesTravelSocial Behaviour


Working hours, work identity and subjective wellbeing

Alita Nandi, Mark L. Bryan

Sociology Of LabourLabour MarketLabour EconomicsWell BeingSocial Psychology