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By Principal Investigator(s):
Users are advised to buy the following technical reports:

Woodland, S. and Collins, D. (2000) Study of Families with Children: technical report, London: National Centre for Social Research.

Marsh, A. et al (2001) Low-income families in Britain: work, welfare and social security in 1999, DSS Research Report No. 138, London: Corporate Document Services.

Woodland, S. and Woodward, C. (2002) Families and Children Study (FACS) 2000: Wave 2 technical report, London: National Centre for Social Research.

Woodland, S. et al (2003) Families and Children Study (FACS) 2001: Wave 3 technical report, London: National Centre for Social Research.

Phillips, M., Miers, A. and Scholes, S. (2003) Families and Children Study (FACS) 2002: Wave 4 technical report, London: National Centre for Social Research.

Lyon, N., Scholes, S. and Tait, C. (2005) Families and Children Study (FACS) 2003: Wave 5 technical report, London: National Centre for Social Research.

Lyon, N., Scholes, S. and Tait, C. (2006) Families and Children Study (FACS) 2004: Wave 6 technical report, London: National Centre for Social Research.

Lyon, N., Mangla, J., Tait, C. and Scholes, S. (2007) Families and Children Study (FACS) 2005: Wave 7 technical report, London: National Centre for Social Research.

Other publications by the Principal Investigators include:

Marsh, A. et al (2001) Low-income families in Britain: work, welfare and social security in 1999, DSS Research Report No. 138, London: Corporate Document Services.

McKay, S. (2002) Low/moderate-income families in Britain: work, Working Families' Tax Credit and childcare in 2000, DWP Research Report No. 161, London: Corporate Document Services.

Vegeris, S. and McKay, S. (2002) Low/moderate income-families in Britain: changes in living standards, DWP Research Report No. 164, London: Corporate Document Services.

Marsh, A. and Rowlingson, K. (2002) Low/moderate income-families in Britain: changes in 1999-2000, DWP Research Report No. 165, London: Corporate Document Services.

McKay, S. (2003) Working Families' Tax Credit 2001, DWP Research Report No. 180, Leeds: Corporate Document Services.

Marsh, A. and Perry, J. (2003) Family change 1999 to 2001, DWP Research Report No. 181, Leeds: Corporate Document Services.

Vegeris, S and Perry, J. (2003) Families and children 2001: living standards and the children, DWP Research Report No. 190, Leeds: Corporate Document Services.

Kasparova, D. et al. (2003) Families and Children 2001: work and childcare, DWP Research Report No. 191, Leeds: Corporate Document Services.

Willitts, M. and Swales, K. (2003) Characteristics of large families, IAD, Social Research Division in-house report, London: DWP.

Barnes, M. and Willitts, M., with Anderson, T. et al. (2004) Families and Children in Britain: findings from the 2002 Families and Children Study (FACS), DWP Research Report No. 206, Leeds: Corporate Document Services.

Kempson, E., Mckay, S. and Willitts, M. (2004) Characteristics of families in debt and the nature of indebtedness, DWP Research Report No. 211, Leeds: Corporate Document Services.

Evans, M., Harkness, S. and Ortiz, R. (2004) Lone parents cycling between work and benefits, DWP Research Report No. 217, Leeds: Corporate Document Services.

Berthoud, R., Bryan, M. and Bardasi, E. (2004) The dynamics of deprivation: the relationship between income and material deprivation over time, DWP Research Report No. 219, Leeds: Corporate Document Services.

Barnes, M., et al. (2005) Family life in Britain: findings from the 2003 Families and Children Study (FACS), DWP Research Report No. 249, Leeds: Corporate Document Services.

Willitts, M., et al. (2005) Children in Britain: findings from the 2003 Families and Children Study (FACS), DWP Research Report No. 250, Leeds: Corporate Document Services.

Meadows, P and Rogger, D. (2005) Low income homeowners in Britain: descriptive analysis, DWP Research Report No. 251, Leeds: Corporate Document Services.

Brewer, M. and Paull, G. (2005) Newborns and new schools: critical times in women's employment, DWP Research Report No. 308, Leeds: Corporate Document Services.

Lyon, N., Barnes, M. and Sweiry, D. (2006) Families with children in Britain: findings from the 2004 Families and Children Study (FACS), DWP Research Report No. 340, Leeds: Corporate Document Services.

Lacovou, M. and Berthoud, R. (2006) The economic position of large families, DWP Research Report No. 358, Leeds: Corporate Document Services.

Barnes, M., Lyon, N. and Conolly, A. (2006) The living standards of children in bad housing, Research Findings, National Centre for Social Research.

Berthoud, R. and Blekesaune, M. (2007) Persistent employment disadvantage, DWP Research Report No. 416, Leeds: Corporate Document Services.

The DWP web site also includes a FACS publications webpage.
 
Resulting from Secondary Analysis:
Emerson, E. et al. (2006) 'Socio-economic position, household composition, health status and indicators of the well-being of mothers of children with and without intellectual disability', Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 50(12), pp.862-873.

Emerson, E. and Hatton, C. (2007) 'The socio-economic circumstances of children at risk of disability in Britain', Disability and Society, 22(6), pp.563-80.

Morris, S. (2007) Child support awards in Britain: an analysis of data from the Families and Children Study, CASEpaper 119, STICERD, Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion, London School of Economics and Political Science.

Emerson, E., and Hatton, C. (2007) 'The contribution of socio-economic position to the health status of children and adolescents with intellectual disabilities in Britain: a replication', Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 51(11), pp.866-874.

Emerson, E., and Hatton, C. (2007) 'The socio-economic circumstances of children at risk of disability in Britain', Disability and Society, 22(6), pp.563-80.

Emerson, E., Shahtahmasebi, S., Berridge, D. and Lancaster, G. (2010) 'Factors associated with poverty transitions among families supporting a child with intellectual disability', Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability, 35, pp.224-234.

Shahtahmasebi, S., Emerson, E., Berridge, D. and Lancaster, G. (2010) 'A longitudinal analysis of poverty among families supporting a child a disability', International Journal of Disability and Human Development, 9, pp.65-75.


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