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It is well known that similar changes of migration pattern occurred during recent decades in most developed countries; core regions recorded a greatly decreased net in‐migration in the 1970s, but increased net in‐migration in the 1980s. Based on shift‐share analysis of the migration data of...
An intensive family planning intervention based on community health workers (CHWs) has been in place in the Matlab area of rural Bangladesh for over a decade. Despite the programme's relative success, considerable variations in the performances of CHWs remain a concern. The purpose of this paper...
The multiethnic nature of US society is a well‐documented and recognised phenomenon. However, how people of different ethnic groups have mixed together has not been clearly described, especially the geographical variations in different types of mixing. Using the household‐level data provided by...
Recent years have witnessed important changes in working and family lives in Britain. Key labour market developments include growth in higher‐level non‐manual occupations, of women in employment, and in flexible working practices. One outcome of these trends has been an increase in ‘two‐earner’...
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