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Sequencing, trajectories and patterns

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  • Ecker, K., de Luna, X. and Westerlund, O. (2022) Regional differences in initial labour market conditions and dynamics in lifetime income trajectories, Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, 13(3): 35279, doi: 10.1332/175795921X16427665823284.

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  • Hsu, C. (2022) Work and fertility in Taiwan: how do women’s and men’s career sequences associate with fertility outcomes?, Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, 13(3): 380411, doi: 10.1332/175795921X16379265590317.

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  • O’Connor, M., Guo, S., Letcher, P., Sanson, A., Goldfeld, S. and Olsson, C. (2022) Developmental relationships between socio-economic disadvantage and mental health across the first 30 years of life, Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, 13(3): 43253, doi: 10.1332/175795921X16459587898770.

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  • Thompson, E.J., Ploubidis, G.B., Richards, M. and Gaysina, D. (2022) Life course trajectories of affective symptoms and their early life predictors, Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, 13(3): 41231, doi: 10.1332/175795921X16487298020502.

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  • Watson, N. (2022) New generations of respondents: assessing the representativity of the HILDA Survey’s child sample, Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, 13(3): 46589, doi: 10.1332/175795921X16349086588358.

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