Last chance to register for Understanding Society Research Conference 2013

Does sunshine really make you happy? Are we working too hard, acting too girly, or finding it difficult to form relationships? Why do we move to unhealthy places and how does our mental health affect our wages?

These are among the many papers analysing longitudinal data from Understanding Society and other studies to be presented at the forthcoming Understanding Society Research Conference 2013 on 24-26 July at the University of Essex. The Conference is free and registration will close on 21 June.

Key note speakers include Prof. Dr. Maarten van Ham, OTB Research Institute for the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
on Analysing individual residential mobility and neighbourhood biographies.and Dr Ann Berrington University of Southampton on Changing dynamics of young adults’ household transitions: what can we learn from BHPS and Understanding Society?


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