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Dr Haridhan Goswami
Dr Haridhan Goswami
Reader in Quantitative Sociology, Department of Sociology, Manchester Metropolitan University
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Social relationships and children’s subjective well-being
H Goswami
Social Indicators Research 107 (3), 575-588, 2012
2552012
Understanding children's well-being: A national survey of young people's well-being
G Rees, J Bradshaw, H Goswami, A Keung
The Children's society, 2010
2462010
Children's subjective well-being: International comparative perspectives
J Bradshaw, A Keung, G Rees, H Goswami
Children and youth services review 33 (4), 548-556, 2011
2442011
Developing an index of children's subjective well-being in England
G Rees, H Goswami, J Bradshaw
Children's Society, 2010
2002010
The good childhood report 2013
G Rees, H Goswami, L Pople
1332013
Children’s subjective well-being: Socio-demographic characteristics and personality
H Goswami
Child Indicators Research 7 (1), 119-140, 2014
722014
Safeguarding young people: responding to young people 11 to 17 who are maltreated
G Rees, S Gorin, A Jobe, M Stein, R Medford, H Goswami
The Children's Society, 2010
592010
Understanding children’s well-being: links between family economic factors and children’s subjective well-being: initial findings from wave 2 and wave 3 quarterly surveys
G Rees, L Pople, H Goswami
The Children’s Society, London, 2011
432011
The subjective well-being of children
J Bradshaw, G Rees, A Keung, H Goswami
Child well-being: understanding children’s lives. London: Jessica Kingsley …, 2010
322010
The current evidence base and future needs in improving children’s well-being across Europe: Is there a case for a comparative longitudinal survey?
H Goswami, C Fox, G Pollock
Child Indicators Research 9 (2), 371-388, 2016
192016
Measuring youth well-being: How a pan-European longitudinal survey can improve policy
G Pollock, J Ozan, H Goswami, G Rees, A Stasulane
Springer International Publishing, 2018
142018
Links between family economic factors and children’s subjective well-being: Initial findings from wave 2 and wave 3 quarterly surveys
G Rees, L Pople, H Goswami
London: The Children’s Society, 2011
112011
Who Cares? Social mobility and the ‘class ceiling’in nursing
H Snee, H Goswami
Sociological Research Online 26 (3), 562-580, 2021
62021
Rural runaways: rurality and its implications for services to children and young people who run away
M Franks, H Goswami
Children & society 24 (2), 123-135, 2010
52010
Notions of Well-Being, the State of Child Well-Being Research and the MYWeB Project
G Pollock, J Ozan, H Goswami
Measuring Youth Well-being, 1-13, 2018
42018
Correlates of mental health and psychological well-being of the European youth: Evidence from the European quality of life survey
H Goswami, G Pollock
Perspectives on Youth 3, 63-81, 2016
42016
Challenges in conducting a new longitudinal study on children and young people well-being in the European Union
J Ozan, G Pollock, H Goswami, P Lynn
Measuring youth well-being, 111-130, 2018
32018
The children's society
G Rees, J Bradshaw, H Goswami, A Keung
Journal of Poverty & Social Justice 18 (2), 197-199, 2010
32010
Explaining variations in the subjective wellbeing of children—macro and micro approaches
J Bradshaw, A Keung, G Rees, H Goswami
Paper for the Social Policy Association Conference, 2009
32009
Socio-demographic factors and participation of the European youth: A multilevel analysis
H Goswami
Przegląd Socjologiczny 1 (LXIV (64)), 137-156, 2015
22015
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