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Parenthood and Later Life Health: An International Life Course Analysis of Parents and Childless Adults Aged 50 and Older

Huybregts, Aroonsri Mongkolchati, Robert Ntozini, David Osrin, Dominique Roberfroid, James Tielsch, Anjana Vaidya, Robert E. Black, Joanne Katz, and Child Health Epidemiology Reference Group (CHERG) Small-for-Gestational Age Preterm Birth Working Group. 2013. The Associations of Parity and Maternal Age With Small-for-Gestational Age, Preterm, and Neonatal and Infant Mortality: A Meta-Analysis. BMC Public Health 13(3): 5. Kroll, Lars Eric, Stephan Mueters, Petra Rattay, and Thomas Lampert. 2016. Employment, Family and Health in Men of Working Age in Germany Results

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How to assess quality of life. Theoretical and methodological research aspects in cross-border regions

References Andráško, I., 2005: Dve dimenzie kvality života v kontexte percepcií obyvateľov miest a vidieckych obcí (Two dimensions of life quality as perceived by rural and urban populations - in Slovak). In: Vaishar, A. and Ira, V. editors, Geografická organizace Česka a Slovenska v současném období, Brno (Ústav geoniky AV ČR), pp. 6-13. Andráško, I., 2006a: Percepcia kvality života v mestských štvrtiach Bratislavy (The perception of the quality of life in Bratislava city Wards - in Slovak). In: Geografická revue, Vol. 2, No 2

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The impact of economic crisis on regional disparities and the allocation of economic branches in Greek regions

]} \\ \end{align}$$ A: the variable, i: the branch of economic activity, r: the spatial unit (region or prefecture), n: the country, t: the last year of the period of analysis, and o: the first year of the period of analysis. In this framework, through the implementation of the above methods we explore the spatial allocation of economic branches among the 13 NUTS II regions ( Fig. 1 ) in two separate time periods – the pre-crisis period (2000–2007) and the crisis period (2008–2014). Fig. 1 The Greek NUTS II Regions The variable used is the

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The Academic Mobility Regime: Analysing Perceptions of Students and Academic Staff

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The Weight of Social Position: the Unequal Health Trajectories of Children With a Diagnosis of Overweight or Obesity

Journal of Epidemiology 35(1): 55–60. Corbeau, Jean-Pierre. 2005. Évolutions des modes de vie et des trajectoires sociales d’obésité chez les jeunes enfants. Enfances et Psy 27 : 17–23. Delavari, Maryam, Anders Sonderlund, Boyd Swinburn, David Mellor et Andre Renzaho. 2013. Acculturation and Obesity Among Migrant Populations in High Income Countries: a Systematic Review. BMC Public Health 13: 458. Eckersley, Richard. 2015. Beyond Inequality: Acknowledging the Complexity of Social Determinants of Health. Social Science & Medicine 147: 121

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The Always Embedded State: Six Types of State-Society Interaction

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Prenatal Googling: Online Information Seeking by Israeli Women During Pregnancy

, 7(5): 497-510. Neelapala, P., Duvvi, S. K., Kumar, G., & Kumar, B. N. (2008) Do gynecology outpatients use the internet to seek health information? A questionnaire survey. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice , 14 (2): 300-3004. Newhagen, J.E., & Rafaeli, S. (1996) Why communication researchers should study the internet: A dialogue. Journal of Communication , 46 : 4-13. Nwagwu, W. E. (2007). The Internet as a source of reproductive health information among adolescent girls in an urban city in Nigeria. BMC Public Health, 7

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Turnout Decline in Romanian National Elections: Is it that Big?

). Explorarea Europei prin migraţii pentru muncă: 1990-2006 [Exploring Europe through work migrations: 1990-2006], Locuirea temporară în străinătate. Migraţia economică a românilor: 1990-2006 [Temporary residence abroad. The economic migration of Romanians 1990-2006]. București: Fundaţia pentru o Societate Deschisă, pp. 13-39. Sandu, D. (2010). Lumile sociale ale migraţiei româneşti în străinătate [Social Worlds of Romanian Migration Abroad]. Iaşi: Polirom. Steiner, N.D. (2010). Economic globalization and voter turnout in established democracies. Electoral

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Interrogating spaces of and for the dead as ‘alternative space’: cemeteries, corpses and sites of Dark Tourism.

Land: Now and the Future. Crayford: Shaw and Sons. Durbach, N. (2014) ‘”Skinless Wonders”: Bodyworlds and the Victorian freak show’. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences , 69(1): 38-67. Farmaki, A. (2013) ‘Dark Tourism revisited: A supply/demand conceptualisation’. International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research , 7(3): 281-292. Foltyn, J.L. (2008) ‘The corpse in contemporary culture: identifying, transacting, and recoding the dead body in the twenty-first century’. Mortality , 13: 99-104. Foucault, M

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Legitimising Strategies in the Field of Independent Cultural Production: the Case of Reissue Record Labels in the USA

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