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Smoking cessation and gender differences – results from a Swedish sample

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Measuring Child-Rearing Values. A Research Note

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Fateful Well-Being:
Childhood and Youth Transitions Among Latvian Women in Finland

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Mobile Brains and the Question of ‘Deskilling’:
High-skilled South Asian migrants in Denmark

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Dreaming of Sweden as a Space of Well-Being: Lifestyle Migration Among Young Latvians and Romanians

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Religion and Cultural Integration

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’Healing Young Hearts’:
emotional and psychosocial dimensions of well-being among young–adult Spanish migrants in the London region

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Perspectives on daily cannabis use: Consumerism or a problem for treatment?

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Studying young recipients of alcohol marketing - Two research paradigms and their possible consolidation

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The Link Between the Transnational Behaviour and Integration of the Second Generation in European and American Cities

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