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Lettuce be happy: a longitudinal UK study on the relationship between fruit and vegetable consumption and well-being

Neel Ocean, Peter Howley, Jonathan Ensor

Well BeingHealth


Ethnic minority voters in the UK 2015 general election: a breakthrough for the Conservative party?

Nicole S. Martin

PoliticsElections. Electoral BehaviourEthnic Groups


Gender gap in repartnering: the role of parental status and custodial arrangements

Alessandro Di Nallo

Family Formation And DissolutionChildbearing: FertilitySociology Of Households


Ethnic minorities at the 2017 British general election

Nicole Martin, Omar Khan

PoliticsElections. Electoral BehaviourDemographyGovernmentEthnic Groups


Charitable behaviour and political ideology: evidence for the UK

Sarah Brown, Karl Taylor

PoliticsTime UseElections. Electoral BehaviourEconomicsSocial CapitalFinanceSocial Behaviour


Extending working life - comparing Germany and the UK -PhD thesis abstract-

David Wright

Older PeopleLabour MarketLife Course Analysis


Information, expectations and transition to higher education: final report

Adeline Delavande, Laura Fumagalli

Information NetworksYoung PeopleSocial StratificationHigher Education


Intergenerational social mobility and allostatic load in Great Britain

Patrick Präg, Lindsay Richards

Well BeingHealthSocial StratificationSocial MobilityBiology


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


Household location in English cities

David Cuberes, Cristina Sechel, Jennifer Roberts

Area EffectsGeographyUrban EconomyHouseholdsIncome Dynamics


What's driving the decline of young people's wellbeing in the UK?

David Kingman


Are doctors getting the balance right? Treatment for depression in England, 1983 to 2017

John Simister

MedicineWell BeingHealthSurveys


The role of personality traits in pension decisions: findings and policy recommendations

Jiayi Balasuriya, Yu Yang

PensionsPsychologyHouseholdsPublic PolicyFinance


Low Pay Commission publishes research on the effects of the minimum wage on employment and automation

Silvia Avram, Susan Harkness


Education maintenance allowance made pupils ‘more likely to consider uni’

Adeline Delavande, Laura Fumagalli


Who got the Brexit blues? The effect of Brexit on subjective wellbeing in the UK

Nattavudh Powdthavee, Anke C. Plagnol, Paul Frijters, Andrew E. Clark

PoliticsPublic OpinionPsychologyElections. Electoral BehaviourWell Being


The authors reply

Amanda Hughes, Yanchun Bao, Melissa Smart, Tyler Gorrie-Stone, Eilis Hannon

HealthLife Course AnalysisSocial StratificationBiologyGenetics


Working mothers disproportionately more stressed, study claims

Tarani Chandola, Cara L. Booker, Meena Kumari, Michaela Benzeval


'Ring-fence training funds for older men': funding for men in low-paid roles – particularly older men – should be ring-fenced, says Social Mobility Commission

Daria Luchinskaya, Peter Dickinson


Social Mobility Commission report warns of ‘virtuous’ and ‘vicious’ cycle of adult learning

Daria Luchinskaya, Peter Dickinson


Adults skills gap - Report highlighting that well-paid, highly-trained workers keep learning as low-skilled workers miss out

Daria Luchinskaya, Peter Dickinson


Government must prioritise and invest in training for low-skilled workers, social mobility commission says

Daria Luchinskaya, Peter Dickinson


Adult training often only available for workers already highly skilled, says report

Daria Luchinskaya, Peter Dickinson


Full-time working mothers are 40% more stressed, study finds

Tarani Chandola, Cara L. Booker, Meena Kumari, Michaela Benzeval


Full-time working moms with two kids are highly stressed: study

Tarani Chandola, Cara L. Booker, Meena Kumari, Michaela Benzeval