Items where Division is "Faculty of Social and Human Sciences > Social Sciences > Social Statistics & Demography" and Year is 2009
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Adanu, Richard M.K., Seffah, Joseph D., Hill, Allan G., Darko, Rudolph, Duda, Rosemary B. and Anarfi, John K. (2009) Contraceptive use by women in Accra, Ghana: results from the 2003 Accra Women's Health Survey. African Journal of Reproductive Health, 13, (1), 123-133. (PMID:20687270).
Blanden, Jo, Buscha, Franz, Sturgis, Patrick and Urwin, Peter (2009) The effect of lifelong learning on intra-generational social mobility: evidence from longitudinal data in the United Kingdom. London, GB, Department for Innovation Universities and Skills
Clark, C. J., Hill, A., Jabbar, K. and Silverman, J. G. (2009) Violence during pregnancy in Jordan: its prevalence and associated risk and protective factors. Violence Against Women, 15, (6), 720-735. (doi:10.1177/1077801209332191).
Fotso, Jean-Christophe, Ezeh, Alex C and Essendi, Hildah (2009) Maternal health in resource-poor urban settings: how does women's autonomy influence the utilization of obstetric care services? Reproductive Health, 6, (9), 1-8. (doi:10.1186/1742-4755-6-9). (PMID:19531235).
Sage, Joanna (2009) The complexities of studentification and ties to gentrification. In, Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Las Vegas, US, 22 - 26 Mar 2009.
Sage, Joanna (2009) The complexities of studentification and ties to gentrification. In, Popfest , London, GB, 02 - 04 Jul 2009.
Sage, Joanna (2009) The complexities of studentification. In, International Conference on the Geographies of Education, Loughborough, GB, 08 - 09 Sep 2009.
Sage, Joanna (2009) The emerging internal migration of students. In, Remaking Migration Theory: Intersections and Cross-Fertilisations, Falmer, UK,
Stoler, Justin, Weeks, John R., Getis, Arthur and Hill, Allan G. (2009) Distance threshold for the effect of urban agriculture on elevated self-reported malaria prevalence in Accra, Ghana. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 80, (4), 547-554. (PMID:18298857).