Ill health in the family

Ill health in the family: the intersection of employment and caring across households from four ethnic groups sets out to enhance understanding of the relationship with the labour market for those living with long- term illness and their family members. The article explores the role of family caring responsibilities and ethnicity in shaping patterns of employment participation … More Ill health in the family

Long-term ill health, poverty and ethnicity

Long-term ill health, poverty and ethnicity presents findings from a detailed new investigation into the experiences of individuals living with long-term ill-health and their families. New in-depth qualitative material is combined with secondary analyses of national datasets to examine the ways in which long-term ill-health impacts upon different dimensions of poverty. The book explores the links between long-term … More Long-term ill health, poverty and ethnicity

Social participation: illness, caring and ethnicity

Social participation: how does it vary with illness, caring and ethnic group? is an ISER Working Paper. The paper uses the British Home Office Citizenship Survey 2001 for England and Wales to explore the impact on four aspects of lack of social engagement of long-term illness, caring for someone with such an illness, and ethnicity. Download … More Social participation: illness, caring and ethnicity