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In this article drinkmg stories among young adults in Finland and Spain are compared. The study is based on qualitative interviews with students attending commercial colleges. The analysis of the drinking stories gives an insight into the interviewees' personal experiences of drinking and...
Employed women report fewer health problems than non-employed women. The social causation explanation argues that these inequalities arise because employment statuses differ as to their consequences for health, while the health-related mobility explanation claims that differences emerge because...
In this article the relationship between the economic situation and public support for the welfare state is investigated. Two hypotheses are presented: (1) serious economic crises reduce the support for welfare, and (2) once the crisis is over, support will gradually return to its pre-crisis...
This essay focuses on two main approaches to understanding 'the population problem' in developing countries: the demand and the supply approach to family planning. While fertility is declining in most regions of the world, having a large number of children is still common in many African...
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