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Professor Paul Boyle | Human Geography | 01 January 1994
Application abstract: local level planning and resource allocation
requires detailed up-to-date population estimates for small areas. An
important element of these estimates are migration flows, but the only
source of de ...
Professor Paul Boyle | Human Geography | 01 April 2007
There is much interest amongst arts funding organisations in understanding arts attendance and how this varies between social groups. These issues have been examined previously through the commissioning of large-scale surveys, which provide valuable ...
Professor Paul Boyle | Human Geography | 31 March 2000
The census special migration statistics (sms) and special workplace statistics (sws) provide researchers with a rich source of migration and journey to work information at the local level. However, this data has not been fully exploited for two reaso ...
Professor Paul Boyle | Human Geography | 01 March 1998
A comparative analysis of the effects of migration on partnered womens employment characteristics in the gb and usa using integrated individual-level data. It examines whether: partnered women are less likely to be employed after moving; disproportio ...
Professor Paul Boyle | Human Geography | 01 September 2008
The scottish longitudinal study (sls) is a large sample of
anonymous individuals linked through time for whom census, vital events, cancer
and hospital admissions information are collected. It incorporates data from
the 1991, 2001 and, eventually, th ...
Professor Paul Boyle | Human Geography | 01 August 2008
Orian brook is an uptap fellow working on 'demographic indicators of cultural consumption' which has involved exploring attendance at a variety of arts venues, mainly in london. The analysis is based on large databases gleaned from ticket purchases, ...
Professor Paul Boyle | Human Geography | 01 July 2005
The longitudinal studies centre – scotland (lscs) is an inter-disciplinary centre, the main task of which is the establishment, maintenance and support of the scottish longitudinal study (sls). this is a large scale linkage study based on a 5. ...
Professor Paul Boyle | Human Geography | 01 June 2006
The past few decades have seen significant changes in household arrangements in much of the developed world. fewer and later marriages, rising rates of cohabitation, divorce and lone parenthood, and later childbirth characterise what some call ...
Professor Paul Boyle | Human Geography | 04 April 2011
Whether households and families can escape poverty neighbourhoods is a fundamental question of social equity. To the extent that some families become "locked in" to particular neighborhoods may emphasise the downward spiral of some localities with th ...
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