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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 2168 in total

  1. A big lottery win might not just change your finances – it could also affect your politics

    Nattavudh Powdthavee and Andrew J. Oswald

  2. Broadband access reduced UK cinema visits and civic engagement

    Andrea Geraci, Mattia Nardotto, Tommaso Reggiani, et al.

  3. Women aren't a monolith – and the white women supporting Kavanaugh prove it

     Man Yee Kan and Anthony Heath

  4. It pays to be pessimistic, shows new research into entrepreneurs

    Christopher Dawson, David de Meza, Andrew Henley, et al.

  5. Dragons' Den encouraging 'wishful thinkers' to set up businesses doomed to fail, says study

    Christopher Dawson, David de Meza, Andrew Henley, et al.

  6. Why optimism and entrepreneurship are not always a good mix for business

    Christopher Dawson, David de Meza, Andrew Henley, et al.

  7. Entrepreneurs are far too optimistic about success, say researchers

    Christopher Dawson, David de Meza, Andrew Henley, et al.

  8. Would a bigger house make you happier?

    Chris Foye

  9. Difficult childhood experiences could make us age prematurely – new research

    Amanda Hughes

  10. The puzzle of Britain’s unhappy girls

  11. Fifth of 14-year-old girls in UK 'have self-harmed'

  12. Nearly a quarter of 14-year-old girls in UK 'self-harming', charity reports

  13. More than a fifth of 14-year-old girls in UK have self-harmed — report

  14. 'Nearly a quarter' of girls aged 14 self-harm

  15. Nearly a quarter of girls aged 14 (22%) said they had self-harmed in just a year according to a new report by The Children’s Society

  16. Brexit is direct result of austerity and cuts like bedroom tax, research suggests - Politics live

    Thiemo Fetzer

  17. Tory austerity and welfare cuts like bedroom tax directly caused Brexit, new study finds

    Thiemo Fetzer

  18. Had austerity not happened, Leave support could have been up to 10% lower

    Thiemo Fetzer

  19. Nearly 8 million people providing care for family members without pay

    Kathryn Petrie and James Kirkup

  20. One in seven adults give up their time to look after relatives, says report

    Kathryn Petrie and James Kirkup

  21. Size of UK’s army of unpaid carers swells to 7.6 million

    Kathryn Petrie and James Kirkup

  22. Women juggle career and elderly relatives

    Kathryn Petrie and James Kirkup

  23. One in seven adults give up their time to look after relatives, says report

    Kathryn Petrie and James Kirkup

  24. Young mothers are shocked by this aspect of parenthood

    Ilyana Kuziemko, Jessica Pan, Jenny Shen, et al.

  25. Happy workers more likely to volunteer in their free time

    Daniela Lup and E. Booth Jonathan

  26. Government is failing new fathers who want to stay at home, say MPs and campaigners

    Nicole Gicheva and Nigel Keohane

  27. Government fails Father’s Day test by dodging gender pay gap reform

    Wendy Olson, Vanessa Gash, Sook Kim, et al.

  28. Government fails Father’s Day test by dodging gender pay gap reform

    Rebecca Goldman and Adrienne Burgess

  29. Why being a parent can widen the gender pay gap to 20%

    Nicole Gicheva and Nigel Keohane

  30. Working mothers earn 20% less than fathers

    Nicole Gicheva and Nigel Keohane


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