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Article

Buck, N and McFall, SL (2012) 'Understanding Society: design overview.' Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, 3 (1). 5 - 17. ISSN 1757-9597

Buck, N (2001) 'Identifying neighbourhood effects on social exclusion.' Urban Studies, 38 (12). creators - Buck=3ANick=3A=3A. ISSN 0042-0980

Buck, N and Scott, J (1993) 'She's leaving home: but why? an analysis of young people leaving the parental home.' Journal of Marriage and the Family, 55 (4). 863 - 874. ISSN 0022-2445

Book Section

Buck, N and Rabe, B (2011) 'Local environments.' In: McFall, SL and Garrington, C, (eds.) Understanding Society: early findings from the first wave of the UK's household longitudinal study. ISER, 99 - 108. ISBN 9781858711584

Buck, N and Rabe, B (2011) 'Local environments.' In: McFall, S and Garrington, C, (eds.) Understanding Society: early findings from the first wave of the UK's household longitudinal study. Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex, 99 - 108. ISBN 9781858711584

Buck, N (2005) 'Social cohesion in cities.' In: Buck, N and Gordon, I and Harding, A and Turok, I, (eds.) Changing Cities: Rethinking Urban Competitiveness, Cohesion and Governance. Palgrave MacMillan, 44 - 61.

Buck, N (2004) 'Complex Data Sets.' In: Lewis-Beck, M and Bryman, A and Liao, T, (eds.) Encyclopedia of Research Methods for the Social Sciences. SAGE Publications Inc. ISBN 0761923632

Gordon, I and Buck, N (2004) 'Does Spatial Concentration of Disadvantage Contribute to Social Exclusion?' In: Boddy, M and Parkinson, M, (eds.) City Matters: competitiveness, cohesion and urban governance. Policy Press, 237 - 253. ISBN 9781861344458

Nicoletti, C and Buck, N (2004) 'Explaining interviewee contact and co-operation in the British and German Household Panels.' In: Ehling, M and Rendtel, U, (eds.) Harmonisation of Panel Surveys and Data Quality. Statistisches Bundesamt, 143 - 167. ISBN 3824607263

Buck, N (2004) 'Item non-response in the ECHP.' In: Ehling, M and Rendtel, U, (eds.) Harmonisation of Panel Surveys and Data Quality. Statistisches Bundesamt, 188 - 210. ISBN 3824607263

Buck, N and Gordon, I (2003) 'Turbulence and Sedimentation in the London Labour Market.' In: Bridge, G and Watson, S, (eds.) A Companion to the City. Wiley-Blackwell, 181 - 191. ISBN 978-0-631-23578-1

Buck, N (2000) 'Housing, location and residential mobility.' In: Berthoud, R and Gershuny, J, (eds.) Seven Years in the Lives of British Families: Evidence on the Dynamics of Social Change from the British Household Panel Survey. Policy Press, 133 - 160. ISBN 9781861342003

Buck, N (2000) 'Political values: a family matter?' In: Berthoud, R and Gershuny, J, (eds.) Seven Years in the Lives of British Families: Evidence on the Dynamics of Social Change from the British Household Panel Survey. Policy Press, 193 - 214. ISBN 9781861342003

Buck, N (2000) 'Using Panel Surveys to Study Migration and Residential Mobility.' In: Rose, D, (ed.) Researching Social and Economic Change. Examples of Panel Data Analyses . Routledge, 250 - 272. ISBN 978-1-85728-547-5

Buck, N (2000) 'A measure of changing health.' In: Berthoud, R and Gershuny, J, (eds.) Seven Years in the Lives of British Families: Evidence on the Dynamics of Social Change from the British Household Panel Survey. Policy Press, 161 - 192. ISBN 9781861342003

Book

Buck, N and Gordon, I and Harding, A and Turok, I (2005) Changing Cities: rethinking competitiveness, cohesion and governance. Palgrave Publishers Limited. ISBN 1403906793

Buck, N and Gordon, I and Hall, P and Harloe, M and Kleinman, M (2002) Working capital: life and labour in contemporary London. Routledge. ISBN 9780415279321

Other

Fumagalli, L and Knies, G and Buck, N (2017) Understanding Society, The UK Household Longitudinal Study, Harmonised British Household Panel Survey (BHPS) User Guide. ISER University of Essex, Colchester.

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