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11 December, 2006

UPTAP Progress Report 1.05.06- 31.10.06

UPTAP progress report inlcuding:

  • Programme development
  • Individual project progress reports
  • Training
  • Communication/dissemination strategy
  • Design and development of a web site
  • User Fellowships
  • Round 2 call and commissioning panel
  • Events: past and future
  • Publications and presentations

UPTAP Progress Report 1.05.06- 31.10.06 (MS Word.doc)

1 December, 2006

All Publications to date

Li, Y, and Heath, A. (2007). Period, life-cycle and generational effects on ethnic minority success in the labour market, forthcoming in KZfSS.

Li, Y (2007) Ethnic minority men in British Labour market (1972-2005), International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy.

Li, Y (2007) Employment status of first and second generation minority ethnic groups in Britain: a tale of 35 years, Britain Today.

Heath, A. and Li, Y. (2007) Measuring the size of the employer contribution to the ethnic minority employment gap, paper for National Employment Panel.

Ballas, D., Dorling, D. and Shaw, M. (2007) Societal inequality, health, and well-being, in Haworth, J. and Hart, G. (eds.) Well-being: Individual, Community, and Societal Perspectives, Palgrave, Basingstoke (publication date: April 2007).

Norman P (2006). Sociodemographic spatial change in the UK: data and computational issues and solutions. GIS Development special issue Demography & Census 10(12): 30-34

Simpson, R (2006) ‘Childbearing on Hold: A Literature Review’, Working Paper 1, CRFC, University of Edinburgh.

Simpson, R (2006) ‘Delayed Childbearing In Britain: The 1958 And 1970 Cohort Studies Compared, Working Paper 2, CRFC, University of Edinburgh.

Kauffman, E (2006) De-secularisation? Religiosity and fertility in Western Europe. Workign Paper, Birkbeck College, University of London.

Kaufmann, E. (2006) Breeding for God, cover story for Prospect magazine.

https://www.prospectmagazine.co.uk/magazine/breedingforgod

Guinea-Martin, D. and Elliott, J. (2006) Employment status and occupational segregation: using the ONS Longitudinal Study and the 1958 British Birth Cohort, Working Paper forthcoming in the series published by the Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, University of London.

Smith, S and Ratcliffe, A. (2006) Fertility and women’s education: a cohort analysis, CMPO Working Paper (CMPO 06/165), CMPO, University of Bristol.

All Presentations to date

Norman, P. (2006) The micro-geography of UK demographic change 1991-2001 Phase 2: Changing area deprivation, Presentation at the UPTAP Seminar, LGA, London, 28 November.

Smith, S. (2006) Understanding the effect of public policy on fertility, Presentation at the UPTAP Seminar, LGA, London, 28 November.

Hawkes, D. (2006) Comparing early maternal employment in the UK and US: evidence from the first sweeps of the UK Millennium Cohort Study and the US Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Presentation at the UPTAP Seminar, LGA, London, 28 November.

Ballas, D (2006) Exploring geographies of happiness in Britain and the implications for public policy, Presentation at the UPTAP Seminar, LGA, London, 28 November.

Li, Y. (2006) Labour market trajectories of minority ethnic groups in Britain: 1972-2005, Presentation at the UPTAP Seminar, LGA, London, 28 November.

Simpson, R. (2006) Changes over time in later childbearing and childlessness in Britain: the 1958 and 1970 cohorts compared, Presentation at the British Society of Population Studies Conference, Southampton, 18-21 September.

Norman, P. and Simpson, L. (2006) Sub-district population projections by ethnic group: problems and solutions, Presentation at the BSPS Conference, September.

Brewer, M. (2006) Understanding the effects of public policy on fertility, Presentation at the British Society for Population Studies Conference, University of Southampton, September.

Hansen, K. and Hawkes, D. (2006) The association between childcare and child outcomes, Presentation at the International Conference on Child Cohort Studies, Oxford, September.

Joshi, H. and Ward, K. (2006) Mother’s employment and mental health in the first year of a child’s life: a contrast between two maternity leave regimes, Presentation at the International Conference on Child Cohort Studies, Oxford, September.

Crosby, D. and Hawkes, D. (2006) Comparing early maternal employment in the UK and US: evidence from the first sweeps of the UK Millennium Cohort Study and the US Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Presentation at the International Conference on Child Cohort Studies, Oxford, September.

Guinea-Martin, D.(2006) Segregation change: longitudinal evidence from the ONS Longitudinal Study and the National Child Development Study, Presentation at the Cambridge Social Stratification Research Seminar, Clare College, Cambridge University, September.

Ballas, D. and Dorling, D. (2006) Investigating the geography of happiness and income and wealth inequalities, Presentation at the 46th Congress of the European Regional Science Association, Volos, Greece, 30 August - 3 September.

Norman, P. (2006) The micro-geography of UK demographic change 1991-2001, Presentation at the UPTAP session RGS-IBG Annual Conference, London, 30 August – 1 September.

Guinea-Martin, D. (2006) Gender and ethnicity in employment: continuity and change in patterns of occupational segregation and disadvantage between 1991 and 2001, Presentation at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference, The Royal Geographical Society, London, 30 August-1 September.

Simpson, R. (2006) Delayed childbearing and childlessness in Britain: the 1958 and 1970 cohorts compared, Presentation at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference, London, 30 August - 1 September.

Coast, E. (2006) Currently cohabiting: relationship attitudes, intentions and behaviour, Presentation at UPTAP session at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference, The Royal Geographical Society with IBG, London, 30 August - 1 September.

Young, H. and Grundy, E. (2006) Old, sick and alone? Living arrangements, health and well being amongst older people, Presentation at UPTAP session at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference, The Royal Geographical Society with IBG, London, 30 August – 1 September.

Boyle, P., Graham, E., Gayle, V. and Zohoor, A. (2006) Does being a step-parent influence your health? Presentation at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference, 30 August-1 September.

Karlsen, S. (2006) The influence of citizenship, institutional trust and racism on feeling ‘at home’ among Muslim groups in Europe, Presentation at the RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2006 The Royal Geographical Society with IBG, London, 30 August-1 September.

Li, Y. (2206) Labour market positions of the BMEs in Britain, 1972-2004, Presentation at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference, The Royal Geographical Society, London, 30 August-1 September.

Ballas, D. and Dorling, D. (2006) Social justice and well-being: exploring the relationship between income and wealth inequalities and happiness at different geographical scales, Presentation at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference, 30 August-1 September.

Kaufmann, E.P. (2006) The end of secularisation in the West, Presentation at the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia, August 31.

Ballas, D., Dorling, D. and Shaw, M (2006) Societal inequality, health, and well-being, Presentation at the 36th Regional Science Association International (British and Irish Section) Conference, Jersey, 16-18 August.

Cheng, S-L. (2006) A comparison of time on leisure activities in relation to education between the UK and the Netherlands: evidence from time use surveys, Presentation at the International Conference on Comparative Social Sciences, Sophia University, Tokyo, 15-16 July.

Norman, P. (2006) Vital statistics: an invaluable resource for health, Presentation at the Health Surveys User Meeting, July.

Young, H. and Grundy, E. (2006) Living arrangements, health and wellbeing amongst older people: a European perspective, Presentation at the European Population Conference, Liverpool, 21-24 June.

Kaufmann, E.P. (2006) The end of secularisation in the West, Presentation at the European Population Conference, Liverpool, 21-24 June.

Ballas, D. (2006) Building a simulation model of happiness and well-being in Britain, Presentation at the 3rd International Population Geographies conference, University of Liverpool, 19-21 June.

Simpson, L. and Norman, P. (2006) How small a population can be usefully projected? Presentation at the EAPS Conference, Liverpool, June.

Joshi, H. and Verropoulou, G. (2006) Does mothers’ employment conflict with child development? Multilevel analysis of British mothers born in 1958, Presentation at the European Population Conference, Liverpool, June.

Hansen, K., Hawkes, D. and Joshi, H. (2006) Grandparent involvement in child care, Presentation ato the European Population Conference, Liverpool, June.

Norman, P., Boyle, P. and Brown, M. (2006) Which influences the self-reporting of health, country of birth or country of residence? (British analysis using individual-level data), Presentation at the International Population Geography Conference, Liverpool, June.

Kaufmann, E.P. (2006) Libertarian hawks or cultural communitarians? Neoconservatism and the legacy of the New York intellectuals, Presentation at the Birkbeck College, 24-25 May.

Cheng, S-L. (2006) The impact of educational qualifications on trends in leisure activities, Presentation at UPTAP Inaugural Conference, Leeds, 31 March.

Karlsen, S., and Nazroo, J. (2006) Being a Muslim in Europe: attitudes and experiences, Presentation at UPTAP Inaugural Conference, Leeds, 31 March.

Li, Y. (2206) Socio-economic position and political support of the BMEs in Britain, 1971-2004, Presentation at UPTAP Inaugural Conference, Leeds, 31 March.

Guinea-Martin, D.(2006) Trends in gender and ethnic occupational segregation in England and Wales: longitudinal evidence, Presentation at UPTAP Inaugural Conference, Leeds, 31 March.

Kaufmann, E.P. (2006) A dying creed? The demographic contradictions of liberal capitalism, Presentation at UPTAP Inaugural Conference, Leeds, 31 March.

Surridge, P. (2006) The making of social values: social attitudes and social change, Presentation at UPTAP Inaugural Conference, Leeds, 31 March.

Sturgis, P., Allum, N, and Patulny, R (2006) Social and political trust: a longitudinal and comparative perspective, Presentation at UPTAP Inaugural Conference, Leeds, 31 March.

Duke-Williams, O. (2006) Links between internal migration, commuting and inter-household relationships, Presentation at UPTAP Inaugural Conference, Leeds, 31 March.

Thomas, C. (2006) How does employment affect cardiovascular risk? A life-course approach in the 1958 cohort, Presentation at UPTAP Inaugural Conference, Leeds, 30 March.

Young, H. and Grundy, E. (2006) Living arrangements, health and well-being: a European perspective, Presentation at UPTAP Inaugural Conference, Leeds, 30 March.

Norman, P. (2006) The micro-geography of UK demographic change 1991-2001, Presentation at UPTAP Inaugural Conference, Leeds, 30 March.

Vickers, D. (2006) The Changing Residential Patterns of the UK, 1991-2001, Presentation at UPTAP Inaugural Conference, Leeds, 30 March.

Smith,S., Brewer, M., Ratcliffe, A. (2006) Understanding the effect of public policy on fertility; secondary data analysis (SRG), Presentation at UPTAP Inaugural Conference, Leeds, 30 March.

Hansen, K., Hawkes, D. and Joshi, H. (2006) Motherhood and Child Outcomes: the Consequences of the Timing of Motherhood and Mothers’ Employment on Child Outcomes (LRG), Presentation at UPTAP Inaugural Conference, Leeds, 30 March.

Simpson, R. (2006), Delayed childbearing and childlessness in Britain: the 1958 and 1970 cohorts compared, Presentation at UPTAP Inaugural Conference, Leeds, 30 March.

Smith, A. (2006) Intergenerational Contributions to Childcare Across Europe, Presentation at UPTAP Inaugural Conference, Leeds, 30 March.

Ballas, D. (2006) Exploring geographies of happiness and well-being in Britain, Presentation at UPTAP Inaugural Conference, Leeds, 30 March.

Boyle, P., Graham, E., Gayle, V. and Zohoor, A. (2006) Does stepparenting influence mental health? Presentation at UPTAP Inaugural Conference, Leeds, 30 March