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Dr Malcolm Brynin Graduate Director; Reader, University of Essex

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Curriculum vitae

Research Interests

  • labour-market and social effects of education and skills
  • the social impact of information and communication technologies
  • the family
  • social values
  • voting

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    Publications

    Displaying publications 61 - 69 of 69 in total

    1. The Wage Effect of Engagement with Computers at Home and at Work: does gender make a difference?

      Malcolm Brynin

    2. Overqualification in employment

      Malcolm Brynin

    3. Skill Relativities, Computers and Pay

      Malcolm Brynin

    4. New Theory and New Data for the Analysis of Partisan Identification: comparing Britain and Germany with evidence from the BHPS and the GSOEP

      Malcolm Brynin and Alan Zuckerman

    5. The interactive effect on employment of the education of spouses and partners: Norway, Britain and Germany

      Malcolm Brynin

      1. Education
      2. Labour Market
    6. The national press and party voting in the UK

      Kenneth Newton and Malcolm Brynin

      1. Media
      2. Elections. Electoral Behaviour
    7. Education, employment, and gender inequality amongst couples: a comparative analysis of British and German Household Panel data

      Malcolm Brynin and Jurgen Schupp

      1. Education
      2. Labour Market
    8. Young people and smoking

      Malcolm Brynin

      1. Households
      2. Health
      3. Social Behaviour
    9. Micro-social change in Britain: current and future research using the British Household Panel Study

      David Rose, Jacqueline Scott, Anthony F. Shorrocks, et al.


    Media

    Displaying media publications 46 - 60 of 112 in total

    1. Spring den første kærlighed over

    2. Forget your first love - or later relationships will suffer

    3. Forget your 1st love - or you're in for a life of disappintment

    4. Is it all that surprising that Tesco employees posted offensive remarks about customers on Facebook?

    5. Destructive side of 'first love'

    6. Why you should forget the first time you fell in love

    7. First love can ruin future relationships

    8. The curse of puppy love

    9. Euphoria of first love can damage future relationships

    10. Love 'em & leave 'em? Remembering first love may be detrimental to future relationships

    11. First love can ruin subsequent relationships

    12. Forgetting first romance, a must for a happy love life

    13. Forget your first love ASAP! Study finds those memories can wreck future relationships

    14. So, she was your first love. It's time you got over it, boys

    15. First love can hurt future romance


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