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We maintain a database of publications which use BHPS data (journal articles, book chapters, books, conference papers/proceedings, official publications, working papers, dissertations) and it is important that we keep it up to date.

If you have any recent publications which use the BHPS, and which are not already included in the database, please contact the publications@understandingsociety.ac.uk.

Displaying Publications 1 - 30 of 33 in total

  1. The good childhood report 2014

    Larissa Pople, Phil Raws, Dorothea Mueller, et al.

    1. Young People
    2. Well Being
  2. Teens unhappiest as well-being of country’s children in decline

    Gwyther Rees, Haridhan Goswami, Larissa Pople, et al.

  3. Children's happiness in on the decline, report says

    Gwyther Rees, Haridhan Goswami, Larissa Pople, et al.

  4. The good childhood report 2013

    Gwyther Rees, Haridhan Goswami, Larissa Pople, et al.

    1. Young People
    2. Well Being
  5. Children's subjective wellbeing: international comparative perspectives

    Jonathan Bradshaw, Antonia Keung, Gwyther Rees, et al.

    1. Child Development
    2. Well Being
  6. Rahasia Kebahagiaan Anak

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  7. Talking to your dad - a stress-buster!

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  8. Pakistan: talk to your father to be happy

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  9. Children who talk to fathers happier - research

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  10. The secret of happiness - speak to you father

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  11. Kids who talk to dad are happier

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  12. Kids who talk to dad are happier

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  13. Chatting with Dad, the key to happiness: half of teens surveyed 'hardly ever' speak to fathers about important issues

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  14. Chatting with dad regularly is the key to happiness

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  15. Chatting with dad regularly is the key to happiness

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  16. UK kids who talk to dad are happier

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  17. Study: only 13% of young people comfortable talking to dads

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  18. Chatting with dad regularly is the key to happiness

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  19. Chatting with dad regularly is the key to happiness

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  20. Chatting with dad regularly is the key to happiness

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  21. Chatting with dad regularly is the key to happiness

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  22. Chatting with dad regularly is the key to happiness

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  23. Chatting with dad regularly is the key to happiness

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  24. Dads, the stress-busters

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  25. Speak to your father to strike the chord of happiness

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  26. Kids who talk to dad are happier

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  27. Kids who talk to dad are happier

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  28. Kids who talk to dad are happier

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  29. Kids who talk to dad are happier

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  30. Trends in child subjective well-being in the United Kingdom

    Jonathan Bradshaw and Antonia Keung

    1. Young People
    2. Well Being
    3. Social Policy

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