From past to present

effect of lifecourse on mortality and social class differences in mortality in middle adulthood
Tiina Pensola

From past to present

effect of lifecourse on mortality and social class differences in mortality in middle adulthood
Tiina Pensola
Pehmeäkantinen
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Arvioitu toimituspäivä: 14.6.2022 - 30.6.2022
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Tuotetiedot

  • Näytä kaikki
    • Kustantaja / Valmistaja Väestöliitto
    • ISBN 9529605986
    • Tuotekoodi 9529605986
    • Alanimike effect of lifecourse on mortality, and social class differences in mortality in middle adulthood : yearbook of population research in Finland XXXIX 2003 supplement
    • Kirjoittajat Tiina Pensola
    • Sarja Yearbook of population research in Finland
    • Sarjanumero 39
    • Kieli Englanti
    • Tuoteryhmä Talous, yhteiskunta
    • Tuotepääryhmä Tietokirjat
    • Tuotelinja Kirjat
    • Sivumäärä 137
    • Kirjastoluokka 37.4
    • Paino (g) 405
    • Tuotemuoto Pehmeäkantinen

Tuotekuvaus

Contents Acknowledgements Abstract The list of original publications List of tables in the text List of figures in the text 1 Introduction 2 The definition of the central concepts in this study 2.1 Middle adulthood 2.2 Health and mortality in middle adulthood 2.3 Social class 2.3.1 Social class and mortality 2.3.2 The concept of social class and the manual class Occupational social class and gender 2.3.3 Other socio-economic dimensions and mortality 3 Explanations of social class differences in mortality 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Explanations based on causation 3.2.1 Materialist and structuralist explanations 3.2.2 Psycho-social explanations 3.2.3 Behavioral explanations 3.3 Explanations based on selection 3.3.1 Direct selection 3.3.2 Indirect selection 3.4 Summary 4 The lifecourse approach 4.1 Paths from the past to the present From early to current studies Pathways from early circumstances to adult disease and death Critical and sensitive periods 4.2 Biological pathways The latency model The extended biological pathway Genetic programming 4.3 Social pathways The pathway model The accumulation model 4.4 Biological and social pathways in the same framework 4.5 The lifecourse in a wider macro-social and historical con text 4.6 The lifecourse and mortality in young and middle adulthood Cardiovascular disease Suicide and alcohol-related causes 5. The lifecourse approach and mortality in young and middle adulthood 5.1 Living conditions in the parental home 5.1.1 Factors related to the parental home 5.1.2 Parental social class 5.1.3 Parental family type 5.1.4 Number of siblings 5.1.5 Cultural and macro-social factors 5.2 Youth paths 5.2.1 What are youth paths? 5.2.2 Educational path 5.2.3 Family formation: partnership and parenthood 5.2.4 Employment path 5.3 The effect of living conditions in the parental home and youth paths on social class differences in mortality 6 The aim of the thesis 7. Data, variables and methods 7.1 Data 7 Data, variables and methods 7.1 Data 7.2 Variables 7.2.1 Adult social class 7.2.2 Variables related to living conditions in the parental home 7.2.3 Variables related to youth paths 7.3 Mortality - causes of death 7.4 Statistical methods 8 Results 8.1 Social class differences in mortality in middle adulthood 8.2 Living conditions in the parental home 8.2.1 The association of living conditions in the parental home with adult social class 8.2.2 The association of the living conditions in the parental home with various causes of death 8.2.2.1 The age pattern of mortality by parental social class 8.2.2.2 The accumulative effect of social class on mortality in middle adulthood - social mobility from the parental class to the adult class 8.2.2.3 The association between living conditions in the parental home and mortality in middle adulthood 8.2.3 The effect of the living conditions in the parental home on social class differences in mortality 8.3 Youth paths 8.3.1 The association of youth paths with adult social class 8.3.2 The association of youth paths with various causes of death in middle adulthood 8.3.3 The effect of youth paths on social class differences in mortality 8.4. Summary of the empirical results Discussion and conclusions 9.1 The reliability of the variables and the limitations and the strengths of study design 9.1.1 The study design in register-based data 9.1.2 Shortcomings in the variables Family type Parental education, material conditions and social relationships in the parental home Health in childhood Mortality and health in adulthood 9.1.3 Strengths 9.2 The effect of the living conditions in the parental home 9.2.1 The patterning of mortality from childhood to adulthood 9.2.2 Social mobility 9.3 The effect of living conditions in the parental home on mortality and on social class differences in mortality 9.3.1 The association of the living conditions in the parental home with mortality in middle adulthood Parental social class Family type Number of siblings 9.3.2 The effect of living conditions in the parental home on social class differences in mortality in adulthood 9.4 The effect of youth paths on mortality and social class differences in mortality 9.4.1 Educational path 9.4.2 Family formation 9.4.3 Employment path 9.4.4 The combined effects of youth paths on social class differences in mortality 9.5 The effect of the lifecourse on mortality from specific causes 9.5.1 The effect of the parental home on social class differences from specific causes 9.5.2 Cardiovascular disease 9.5.3 Suicide 9.5.4 Alcohol-related causes 10 Conclusions 10.1 The lifecourse: latency, accumulation, or pathway? 10.1.1 The latency model 10.1.2 Accumulation 10.1.3 Pathway effects 10.2 Future research and possible policy implications 10.3 Conclusions References Original publications

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Myymäläsaatavuus

Tuotetiedot

  • Näytä kaikki
    • Kustantaja / Valmistaja Väestöliitto
    • ISBN 9529605986
    • Tuotekoodi 9529605986
    • Alanimike effect of lifecourse on mortality, and social class differences in mortality in middle adulthood : yearbook of population research in Finland XXXIX 2003 supplement
    • Kirjoittajat Tiina Pensola
    • Sarja Yearbook of population research in Finland
    • Sarjanumero 39
    • Kieli Englanti
    • Tuoteryhmä Talous, yhteiskunta
    • Tuotepääryhmä Tietokirjat
    • Tuotelinja Kirjat
    • Sivumäärä 137
    • Kirjastoluokka 37.4
    • Paino (g) 405
    • Tuotemuoto Pehmeäkantinen

Tuotekuvaus

Contents Acknowledgements Abstract The list of original publications List of tables in the text List of figures in the text 1 Introduction 2 The definition of the central concepts in this study 2.1 Middle adulthood 2.2 Health and mortality in middle adulthood 2.3 Social class 2.3.1 Social class and mortality 2.3.2 The concept of social class and the manual class Occupational social class and gender 2.3.3 Other socio-economic dimensions and mortality 3 Explanations of social class differences in mortality 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Explanations based on causation 3.2.1 Materialist and structuralist explanations 3.2.2 Psycho-social explanations 3.2.3 Behavioral explanations 3.3 Explanations based on selection 3.3.1 Direct selection 3.3.2 Indirect selection 3.4 Summary 4 The lifecourse approach 4.1 Paths from the past to the present From early to current studies Pathways from early circumstances to adult disease and death Critical and sensitive periods 4.2 Biological pathways The latency model The extended biological pathway Genetic programming 4.3 Social pathways The pathway model The accumulation model 4.4 Biological and social pathways in the same framework 4.5 The lifecourse in a wider macro-social and historical con text 4.6 The lifecourse and mortality in young and middle adulthood Cardiovascular disease Suicide and alcohol-related causes 5. The lifecourse approach and mortality in young and middle adulthood 5.1 Living conditions in the parental home 5.1.1 Factors related to the parental home 5.1.2 Parental social class 5.1.3 Parental family type 5.1.4 Number of siblings 5.1.5 Cultural and macro-social factors 5.2 Youth paths 5.2.1 What are youth paths? 5.2.2 Educational path 5.2.3 Family formation: partnership and parenthood 5.2.4 Employment path 5.3 The effect of living conditions in the parental home and youth paths on social class differences in mortality 6 The aim of the thesis 7. Data, variables and methods 7.1 Data 7 Data, variables and methods 7.1 Data 7.2 Variables 7.2.1 Adult social class 7.2.2 Variables related to living conditions in the parental home 7.2.3 Variables related to youth paths 7.3 Mortality - causes of death 7.4 Statistical methods 8 Results 8.1 Social class differences in mortality in middle adulthood 8.2 Living conditions in the parental home 8.2.1 The association of living conditions in the parental home with adult social class 8.2.2 The association of the living conditions in the parental home with various causes of death 8.2.2.1 The age pattern of mortality by parental social class 8.2.2.2 The accumulative effect of social class on mortality in middle adulthood - social mobility from the parental class to the adult class 8.2.2.3 The association between living conditions in the parental home and mortality in middle adulthood 8.2.3 The effect of the living conditions in the parental home on social class differences in mortality 8.3 Youth paths 8.3.1 The association of youth paths with adult social class 8.3.2 The association of youth paths with various causes of death in middle adulthood 8.3.3 The effect of youth paths on social class differences in mortality 8.4. Summary of the empirical results Discussion and conclusions 9.1 The reliability of the variables and the limitations and the strengths of study design 9.1.1 The study design in register-based data 9.1.2 Shortcomings in the variables Family type Parental education, material conditions and social relationships in the parental home Health in childhood Mortality and health in adulthood 9.1.3 Strengths 9.2 The effect of the living conditions in the parental home 9.2.1 The patterning of mortality from childhood to adulthood 9.2.2 Social mobility 9.3 The effect of living conditions in the parental home on mortality and on social class differences in mortality 9.3.1 The association of the living conditions in the parental home with mortality in middle adulthood Parental social class Family type Number of siblings 9.3.2 The effect of living conditions in the parental home on social class differences in mortality in adulthood 9.4 The effect of youth paths on mortality and social class differences in mortality 9.4.1 Educational path 9.4.2 Family formation 9.4.3 Employment path 9.4.4 The combined effects of youth paths on social class differences in mortality 9.5 The effect of the lifecourse on mortality from specific causes 9.5.1 The effect of the parental home on social class differences from specific causes 9.5.2 Cardiovascular disease 9.5.3 Suicide 9.5.4 Alcohol-related causes 10 Conclusions 10.1 The lifecourse: latency, accumulation, or pathway? 10.1.1 The latency model 10.1.2 Accumulation 10.1.3 Pathway effects 10.2 Future research and possible policy implications 10.3 Conclusions References Original publications

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