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Social Quality: A Vision for Europe
Introduction - who and what is the European Union for?, W. Beck , et al. Part 1 the social quality of Europe: assessing the concept on the politics and policy of social quality, G. Therborn aExpand
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Discrepancies between personal income and neighbourhood status: effects on physical and mental health
During their life course, older persons’ income level may become discrepant with the socio-economic status of their neighbourhood. This study examines whether and how such discrepancies affect olderExpand
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Residential mobility in older Dutch adults: Influence of late life events
In this study, we examined life course events of older Dutch adults in relation to three types of moves and the moving distance. Using the frameworks developed by Litwak and Longino (1987) and MulderExpand
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Associations between Safety from Crime, Cycling, and Obesity in a Dutch Elderly Population: Results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam
The objective of this cross-sectional study was to investigate differences in associations between crime rates, cycling, and weight status between people living in low and high socioeconomic statusExpand
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[The Longitudinal Ageing Study Amsterdam: a survey of 17 years of research into changes in daily functioning].
In this article, a report is provided of results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam (LASA). LASA is a study on determinants and consequences of changes in daily functioning. In this article,Expand
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Changes in physical functioning with ageing and over time
With increasing life expectancy, a major concern is whether the years gained are spent in good or in poor health. Disability has become the main indicator of health at older ages. Important questionsExpand
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