Social Sciences: Social Statistics & Demography

Juliet Stone

MSc, PhD

Primary position:
Research Fellow

Background

The University of Southampton

Juliet is a Research Fellow with the ESRC Centre for Population Change (CPC). She joined CPC in 2009 and has worked on a variety of projects including work on leaving and returning home in young adulthood in the UK and transitions to living alone in later life. More recently, she has been involved with work examining women’s economic activity over the life course as a predictor of health in later life and a project examining the role of economic uncertainty in predicting the fertility behaviour of men and women.

Prior to joining CPC, Juliet completed her doctoral research in Social Medicine at Imperial College, London, where she investigated the measurement of life-course socioeconomic position and its relationship with health outcomes. She also holds an MSC in Social Research Methods with Statistics from City University, London and a BA in Media Studies from the University of Sussex.

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Publications

The University of Southampton's electronic library (e-prints)

Article

Stone, Juliet, Berrington, Ann and Falkingham, Jane (2014) Gender, turning points, and boomerangs: returning home in young adulthood in Great Britain. Demography, 51, (1), 257-276. (doi:10.1007/s13524-013-0247-8).
Stone, Juliet, Evandrou, Maria and Falkingham, Jane (2013) The transition to living alone and psychological distress in later life. Age and Ageing, 42, (3), 366-372. (doi:10.1093/ageing/aft006).
Stone, Juliet, Berrington, Ann and Falkingham, Jane (2011) The changing determinants of UK young adults’ living arrangements. Demographic Research, 25, (20), 629-666. (doi:10.4054/DemRes.2011.25.20).
Stone, J., Berrington, A. and Falkingham, Jane (2011) Uncertainty and exploration: living arrangements when becoming an adult in the UK. Pre-print (Submitted).
Berrington, Ann, Stone, Juliet and Falkingham, Jane (2009) The changing living arrangements of young adults in the UK. Population Trends, 138, (1), Winter Issue, 27-37. (doi:10.1057/pt.2009.45). (PMID:20120249).
Stone, Juliet, Netuveli, Gopalakrishnan and Blane, David (2008) Modelling socioeconomic trajectories: an optimal matching approach. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 28, (5/6), 217-230. (doi:10.1108/01443330810881268).
Blane, D., Netuveli, G. and Stone, J. (2007) The development of life course epidemiology. Revue d'Epidemiologie et de Sante Publique, 55, (1), 31-38. (doi:10.1016/j.respe.2006.12.004).

Book Section

Berrington, Ann M. and Stone, Juliet (2014) Young adults' transitions to residential independence in Britain: the role of social and housing policy. In, Antonucci, Lorenzo, Hamilton, Myra and Roberts, Steven (eds.) Young People and Social Policy in Europe: Dealing with Risk, Inequality and Precarity in Times of Crisis. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan. (In Press).

Monograph

Berrington, Ann and Stone, Juliet (2013) Outlining a future research agenda for studies of young adults’ transitions to residential independence. Southampton, GB, ESRC Centre for Population Change, 25pp. (ESRC Centre for Population Change Working Paper Series 38).
Berrington, Ann, Stone, Juliet and Falkingham, Jane (2013) The impact of parental characteristics and contextual effects on returns to the parental home in Britain. Southampton, GB, ESRC Centre for Population Change, 25pp. (ESRC Centre for Population Change Working Paper Series 29).
Stone, Juliet, Berrington, Ann and Falkingham, Jane , McGowan, Teresa (ed.) (2012) The changing living arrangements of young adults in the UK. Southampton, GB, ESRC Centre for Population Change, 4pp. (ESRC Centre for Population Change Briefing Papers 7).
Berrington, Ann, Stone, Juliet and Falkingham, Jane (2010) How far have transitions to adulthood changed in the last decade? Evidence from the United Kingdom Labour Force Survey. , UK, ESRC Centre for Population Change (ESRC Centre for Population Change Working Paper, 5).
 

Research

Research Interests

Research Interests:
Juliet’s research interests include family and household dynamics;  life course research; longitudinal research methods; and social epidemiology.

Research projects within the Centre for Population Change include: Economic uncertainty and fertility in the UK; Educational differentials in fertility; Transitions to living alone in later life; Economic activity trajectories and women’s health; Residential mobility trajectories across the life course; Leaving and returning home in young adulthood.

Contact

Dr Juliet Stone
Social Statistics & Demography
Social Sciences
University of Southampton
Southampton
SO17 1BJ
United Kingdom

Room Number: 58/2043

Telephone: (023) 8059 3071
Email: J.Stone@soton.ac.uk