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Family, Gender, and Educational Attainment in Britain: A Longitudinal Study*
INTRODUCTIONThe odds are stacked in favour of some young people and against others when it comes to educational attainment in Britain. For example, some youth are more advantaged than others becauseExpand
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Generational Changes in Attitudes to Abortion: A Cross-National Comparison
In this paper the author examines generational changes in men and women's attitudes to abortion across nations and time. First, he uses time-series data from British Social Attitudes and the GeneralExpand
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Children as Respondents: Methods for Improving Data Quality
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  • Political Science
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The Separation of Work and the Family
Recent trends indicate substantial changes in the labour-force status of women in Western industrialized societies. Many studies indicate that shifts in sex-role attitudes have apparently accompaniedExpand
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The pitfalls and promises of climate adaptation planning
Abstract Global climate-change adaptation modelling from sources such as the United Nations Development Programme has emerged over the past few years to guide decision-making. In 2007/2008,Expand
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Women and Employment
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Work–Family Conflict and Well-being in Northern Europe
Work–family confl ict is a crucial issue for quality of life. Moreover, public interest in work–family balance policies has expanded signifi cantly in recent years. From the policymaker’s perspectiveExpand
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Delivery of Low-Volume Road in Pilbara Region of Western Australia by Alliance Contracting
Alliance contracting differs from other forms of contracting for delivery of road projects: the emphasis is on risk sharing rather than risk transfer. The owner, contractor, and designer form aExpand
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