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Gender Policies and Gender Inequalities in Health in Europe
The aim of this article is to explain the results of the SOPHIE project regarding the effect of gender policies on gender inequalities in health in Europe. We start with the results of a systematicExpand
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The influence of gender equality policies on gender inequalities in health in Europe.
Few studies have addressed the effect of gender policies on women's health and gender inequalities in health. This study aims to analyse the relationship between the orientation of public genderExpand
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Contemporary employment arrangements and mental well-being in men and women across Europe: a cross-sectional study
IntroductionThere is the tendency in occupational health research of approximating the `changed world of work´ with a sole focus on the intrinsic characteristics of the work task, encompassing theExpand
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Working Hours Mismatch, Macroeconomic Changes, and Mental Well-being in Europe
This study explores the association between involuntarily working less or more than the standard workweek and poor mental well-being, and whether this relationship is dependent upon (changing)Expand
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Neo-Marxian social class inequalities in the mental well-being of employed men and women: the role of European welfare regimes.
The relation between "neo-Marxian" social class (NMSC) and health in the working population has received considerable attention in public health research. However, less is known about theExpand
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Structural and intermediary determinants of social inequalities in the mental well-being of European workers: a relational approach
BackgroundThe objective of this study is to examine social inequalities in employee mental well-being, using relational social class indicators. Relational social class indicators are based onExpand
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New perspectives on occupational health and safety in immigrant populations: studying the intersection between immigrant background and gender
ABSTRACT Objectives. Few studies investigating health inequalities pay attention to the intersection between several social determinants of health. The purpose of this article is to examine theExpand
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Employment status and mortality in the context of high and low regional unemployment levels in Belgium (2001–2011): A test of the social norm hypothesis across educational levels
Because of compositional effects (more highly educated unemployed) and differences in the vulnerability towards the health consequences of unemployment (i.e. disappointment paradox hypothesis and/orExpand
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Do flexicurity policies protect workers from the adverse health consequences of temporary employment? A cross-national comparative analysis
Flexicurity policies comprise a relatively novel approach to the regulation of work and welfare that aims to combine labour market flexibility with social security. Advocates of this approach argueExpand
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Underemployment, overemployment and deterioration of mental health: the role of job rewards
ObjectivesWorking more (overemployment) or less (underemployment) than preferred has been associated with poor mental health in cross-sectional studies, but longitudinal evidence is scarce. WeExpand
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