Search Results

1 - 7 of 7 items :

  • social network analysis x
  • Social Sciences x
  • Clinical Medicine x
Clear All
Population ageing and inter-generational relations in the MENA: what role for social policy?

North Africa . Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Islam, I. (2009). The Global Economic Crisis and Developing Countries: Transmission Channels, Fiscal and Policy Space and the Design of National Responses. Geneva: ILO, Employment Sector, Working Paper No. 36. Islam, R. (2004). The Nexus of Economic Growth, Employment and Poverty Reduction: An Empirical Analysis. Geneva: ILO. Karshenas, M. and Moghadam. V. (Eds) (2006). Social Policy in the Middle East and North Africa. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, and Geneva: UN Research Institute for Social

Open access
Barriers to linking research and policy: the case of long-term care in low and middle income countries

:// Sharif Ismail, Ruth Thorlby and Holly Holder (2014) Focus on: social care for older people. Reductions in adult social services for older people in England. London. The Health Foundation and the Nuffield Trust Kingdon, J. (1984). Agendas, alternatives, and public policies. Boston: Little, Brown. 240p. Kreager, P., & Schroder-Butterfill, E. (2015). Differential impacts of migration on the family networks of older

Open access
How demographic patterns and social policies shape interdependence among lives in the family realm

, welfare state regimes and gender stratification. Current Sociology, 44(2): 48–77. OECD (2015). Pensions at a Glance 2015: OECD and G20 Indicators. Paris: OECD Publishing. 375p. Orloff, A. S. (1993). Gender and the social rights of citizenship: The comparative analysis of gender relations and welfare states, American Sociological Review, 58(3): 303–28. Post, W., Van Imhoff, E., Dykstra, P. A., & Van Poppel, F. (1997). Verwantschaps-netwerken in Nederland: Verleden, heden en toekoms t [Kinship networks in the Netherlands: Past, present and future

Open access
Experiences of Young Motherhood and Youth in Mexico: Medical Discourses and the Definition of Women as ‘Too Young to Care’.

References Andión, X., Beltrán y Puga, A.L., Díaz de León, F., Escudero, M., García, I., García, M., Ramos, R., Rodríguez, B., Silva, I., Vera, M., & la Red de Abogadas y Abogados por la Defensa de la Reproducción Elegida [Network of Lawyers for the Defence of Reproductive Choice] (RADAR 4º) (2012). Omisión e indiferencia: Derechos reproductivos en México. [Omission and indifference: Reproductive rights in Mexico.] Grupo de Información en Reproducción Elegida (GIRE). Accessed 1 July 2015 at https

Open access
Changes in demand for children between 2003 and 2013 in Nigeria: Evidence from survey data

Change in the Philippines. Communication Research, 27, 723-763. Kincaid, D. L. 2000b. Social networks, ideation, and contraceptive behavior in Bangladesh: a longitudinal analysis. Social science & medicine, 50, 215-231. Kodzi, I. A., Casterline, J. B. and Aglobitse, P. 2010. The time dynamics of individual fertility preferences among rural Ghanaian women. Stud Fam Plann, 41, 45-54. Lamidi, E. O. 2015. State variations in women’s socioeconomic status and use of modern contraceptives in Nigeria. PLoS One, 10, e0135172. Maïga, A., Hounton

Open access
900 million and counting
Epidemiologic data for demographic and policy transitions

.E. (2011) ‘7 Billion and Counting’, Science, vol. 333, 29 July, 562-569. Borgman, C.L. (2015) Big Data, Little Data, No Data. Scholarship in the Networked World. Cambridge: MIT Press. Bosu, W.K. (2010) ‘Epidemic of hypertension in Ghana: a systematic review’, BMC Public Health, vol. 10, p. 418. Bromfield, S. & Muntner, P. (2014). ‘High blood pressure: The leading Global Burden of Disease risk factor and the need for worldwide prevention programs’, Current Hypertension Report, vol. 15, Jun

Open access
Family and fertility: does kin help influence women’s fertility, and how does this vary worldwide?

References Aassve, Arnstein, Elena Meroni, and Chiara Pronzato. 2012. “Grandparenting and Childbearing in the Extended Family.” European Journal of Population / Revue Européenne de Démographie 28 (4): 499–518. doi:10.1007/s10680-012-9273-2. Aubel, J, I Toure, and M Diagne. 2004. “Senegalese Grandmothers Promote Improved Maternal and Child Nutrition Practices: The Guardians of Tradition Are Not Averse to Change.” Social Science & Medicine 59 (5): 945–59. Balbo, Nicoletta, and Melinda Mills. 2011. “The Influence of the Family Network on the

Open access