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Peer reviewed journal articles

Brown, P., RELISH consortium (member), Zhou, Y. (2019) Large-expert curated Database for Benchmarking Document Similarity Detection in Biomedical Literature Search, Database, Volume 2019, baz085

Mullan, K. and Chatzitheochari, S. (2019) "Changing Times Together? A Time Diary Analysis of Family Time in the Digital Age in the UK" Journal of Marriage and Family 81(4): 795-811

* Featured in The Independent/Daily Mail/The Sunday Times/ABC Australia/The Conversation/Quartz/L'ADN/Channel News Asia etc.

Chatzitheochari, S, and Platt, L. (2019) "Disability Differentials in Educational Attainment in England: Primary and Secondary Effects", British Journal of Sociology 70(2): 502-525

* Featured in the Guardian  Special Needs Jungle The Conversation * Policy Briefing

Chatzitheochari, S., Fisher, K., Gilbert, E., Calderwood, L., Huskinson, A., Cleary, A., and Gershuny, J. (2018) "Using New Technologies for Time Diary Data Collection: Instrument Design and Data Quality Findings from a Mixed-Mode Pilot Survey" Social Indicators Research, 137(1): 379-390

Chatzitheochari, S., Parsons, S., and Platt, L. (2016) 'Doubly Disadvantaged? Bullying Experiences Among Disabled Children and Young People in England', Sociology, 50(4): 695-713.

* Awarded the 2016 Lives Best Paper Award for Young Scholars

Fisher, K., Chatzitheochari, S., Gilbert, E., Calderwood, L. Fitzsimons, E., Cleary, A., Huskinson, T., and Gershuny, J (2015) A Mixed-mode Approach to Measuring Young People's Time Use in the Millennium Cohort Study electronic International Journal of Time Use Research 12(1): 174-180

Chatzitheochari, S., and Arber, S. (2012) ‘Gender, Class, and Time Poverty: A Time-use Analysis of British workers’ Free Time Resources’, British Journal of Sociology, 63(3): 451-471

Chatzitheochari, S., and Arber S. (2011) ‘Identifying the Third Agers: An Analysis of British Retirees’ Leisure Pursuits’ Sociological Research Online

Chatzitheochari, S., and Arber. S. (2009) ‘Lack of Sleep, Work, and the Long Hours Culture: Evidence from the UK Time Use Survey’, Work, Employment, and Society, 23(1): 30-48

* Featured in the Guardian

Book Chapters

Connelly, R, and Chatzitheochari, S (2014) ‘Physical Development‘ in Platt, L. (ed.) Millennium Cohort Age 11 Survey Findings. London: Centre for Longitudinal Studies

* Featured in The Conversation

Chatzitheochari, S., and Arber, S. (2011) ‘Time Use Studies: A Method for Exploring Everyday Life in the Third Age’. In D.C. Carr and K.Komp (eds), Gerontology in the Era of the Third Age: Implications and Next Steps. New York: Springer Publishing

Working papers

Chatzitheochari, S., Fisher, K., Gilbert, E., Calderwood, L., Huskinson, A., Cleary, A., and Gershuny, J. (2015) “Measuring Young People’s Time Use in the UK Millennium Cohort Study: A Mixed-Mode Time Diary Approach”. CLS Working Paper 2015/5

Chatzitheochari, S., Parsons, S. and Platt, L. (2014) “Bullying Experiences among Disabled Children and Young People in England: Evidence from two Longitudinal Studies” Working paper, 14-11. Department of Quantitative Social Science, Institute of Education, University of London, London, UK.

* Briefing * Featured in BCC news

Chatzitheochari, S. (2013) “Prevalence and Correlates of Sleep Problems at Age 50: Initial Results from the National Child Development Study”. CLS Working Paper 2013/2