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Stockholm University

The Swedish Contextual Database provides a large number of longitudinal and regional macro-level indicators primarily assembled to facilitate research on the effects of contextual factors on family and fertility behavior...

  • Gerda Neyer
  • Johan Dahlberg
Published: 2018-07-11
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Umeå University

In 1981 a longitudinal study began that includes all pupils who attended or should have attended the last year of compulsory school in the municipality of Luleå. The population consists of 1083 pupils (506 girls and 577 ...

  • Anne Hammarström
Published: 2017-05-05

Umeå University

This survey is the Swedish part of the 2010 'European Social Survey ' (ESS), and is focusing on family, work and well-being as well as justice. The survey also includes data on media and social trust, politics, subjectiv...

  • Mikael Hjerm, Umeå University, Department of Sociology
  • Ingemar Johansson Sevä, Umeå University, Department of Sociology
Published: 2014-10-03
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Stockholm University

The Stockholm Birth Cohort Study (SBC) was created in 2004/2005 by a probability matching of two anonymized longitudinal datasets; The Stockholm Metropolitan study and The Swedish Work and Mortality Database (WMD). The f...

  • Ylva B. Almquist, Stockholm University, Centre for Health Equity Studies
Published: 2014-09-08

Region Skåne

A sample was drawn from the population registry among persons aged 18-18 years and living in Region Scania in 30th June 2004. The sample was stratified after geographic areas where each municipality stated a selection gr...

  • Mathias Grahn, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Juan Merlo, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Anna Friberg, Region Skåne, Centrum för folkhälsa och miljö
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Published: 2013-09-06

Region Skåne

A sample was drawn from the population registry among persons aged 18-18 years and living in Region Scania in 30th June 2004. The sample was stratified after geographic areas where each municipality stated a selection gr...

  • Maria Rosvall, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Per-Olof Östergren, University hospital MAS, Region Skane, Social medicine unit
  • Farhad Ali Khan, University hospital MAS, Region Skane, Social medicine unit
  • +1
Published: 2013-09-06

Region Skåne

A random sample was chosen from the population registry among persons aged 18-80 year living in Scania the 4th of November in 1999. The sample was stratified in 60 geographic areas. In total 13715 persons answered the q...

  • Juan Merlo, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Maria Rosvall, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Per-Olof Östergren, University hospital MAS, Region Skane, Social medicine unit
  • +3
Published: 2013-09-06

University of Gothenburg

Since 1986 the SOM-institute has been carrying out an annual nation-wide survey - the National SOM - in order to identify the Swedish public's habits and attitudes on the topics of society, politics and media. National S...

  • University of Gothenburg, SOM Institute
Published: 2011-04-01
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Arbetslivsinstitutet

A flexible income and fixed expenses : Economic stress among on call-employees The aim of the study was to investigate the economic situation of temporary employees. The study group consisted of 778 on call employees.The...

  • Gunnar Aronsson, Stockholm University, Department of Psychology
  • Sara Göransson, Stockholm University, Department of Psychology
Published: 2007-01-01
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Arbetslivsinstitutet

The purpose of the survey was to obtain current knowledge about the work situation, as well as deepened understanding for important conditions, for different occupational groups with academic background. A questionnaire ...

  • Annika Härenstam, University of Gothenburg, Institutionen för sociologi och arbetsvetenskap
  • Gunnar Aronsson, Stockholm University, Department of Psychology
  • Eva Bejerot, National Institute for Working Life, Work Organisation and Health in Human Services
Published: 2006-01-01
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