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10th Anniversary Collection 

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Longitudinal and Life Course Studies we have made a selection of the most popular recent articles and our latest issue free to access until 30 November.

Social inequalities in educational attainment: The changing impact of parents' social class, social status, education and family income, England 1986 and 2010
Nicola Pensiero and Ingrid Schoon

An introduction to the Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth (LSAY)
John Moore and Ronnie Semo

Longitudinal surveys unique opportunities and unique methodological challenges
Peter Lynn, Mick Couper and Nicole Watson

The Russian panel study 'Trajectories in Education and Careers'
Valeriya Malik

Overweight and obesity in childhood and adolescence: findings from the UK Millennium Cohort Study, up to age 14
Benedetta Pongiglione and Emla Fitzsimons

Reconstructing the mixed mechanisms of health: the role of bio- and sociomarkers
Virginia Ghiara and Federica Russo

The long-term effects of time use during high school on positive development
Jasper Tjaden et al.

Causality in life course research: the potential use of natural experiments for causal inference
Ross Macmillan and Carmel Hannan

How have womens employment patterns during young adulthood changed in Chile? A cohort study
Ignacio  Madero-Cabib, Rosario Undurraga and Cristián Valenzuela

Young people and the Great Recession: Variations in the school-to-work transition in Europe and the United States
Ingrid  Schoon and John Bynner

Volume 11 Issue 3

A tribute to Harvey Goldstein
Heather Joshi

Estimating reliability statistics and measurement error variances using instrumental variables with longitudinal data
Harvey Goldstein et al.

 

Are ‘healthy cohorts’ real-world relevant? Comparing the National Child Development Study (NCDS) with the ONS Longitudinal Study (LS)

Gemma Archer et al.

 

Nutritional lifestyle patterns and cancer: confounding effect of social determinants across the life course in women from the 1958 British birth cohort study

Marion Carayol et al.

 

Life-course social class is associated with later-life diabetes prevalence in women: evidence from the Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing

Siobhan Leahy et al.

 

Young British adults’ homeownership circumstances and the role of intergenerational transfers

Ellie Suh

 

The Aguascalientes Longitudinal Study of Child Development: baseline and first results

Alfonso Miranda et al.

If You enjoyed these articles you might also be interested in our free sample issue and the Living in a COVID-19 economy collection, featuring the special issue The Impact of the Great Recession on Younger Workers. This collection is available to read for free until 31 October.