Hiranthi Jayaweera
Hiranthi Jayaweera
Research Affiliate, School of Anthropology & Center on Migration, Policy and Society, Oxford
Verified email at compas.ox.ac.uk
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Immigration, faith and cohesion: Evidence from local areas with significant Muslim populations
H Jayaweera, T Choudhury
Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2008
1102008
Health status, health behaviour and healthcare use among migrants in the UK: evidence from mothers in the Millennium Cohort Study
H Jayaweera, MA Quigley
Social science & medicine 71 (5), 1002-1010, 2010
962010
Health of migrants in the UK: what do we know
H Jayaweera
The migration observatory, University of Oxford, 2011
782011
Health and access to health care of migrants in the UK
H Jayaweera
Race Equality Foundation, 2010
452010
Migrant workers and vulnerable employment: a review of existing data
H Jayaweera, B Anderson
Centre on Migration, Policy and Society, 2008
452008
An evidence base on migration and integration in London
B Gidley, H Jayaweera
Centre on Migration, Policy and Society, University of Oxford, 2010
322010
A local study of childbearing Bangladeshi women in the UK
H Jayaweera, L D’Souza, J Garcia
Midwifery 21 (1), 84-95, 2005
312005
Marriage migration and integration
K Charsley, M Bolognani, E Ersanilli, S Spencer
Springer Nature, 2020
282020
The impact of restrictions and entitlements on the integration of family migrants
C Oliver, H Jayaweera
Final report of the IMPACIM project, COMPAS, University of Oxford, 2013
272013
Racial disadvantage and ethnic identity: The experiences of Afro‐Caribbean women in a British city
H Jayaweera
New Community 19 (3), 383-406, 1993
201993
Migrant workers and vulnerable employment: A review of existing data. Report for TUC Commission on Vulnerable Employment
H Jayaweera, B Anderson
Oxford: COMPASS, 2008
152008
Socioeconomic origins of parents and child poverty
J Bradshaw, E Mayhew, H Jayaweera, H Joshi, K Ward
Children of the Twenty-first Century: from birth to nine months, 71-107, 2005
142005
Demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of ethnic minority mothers in England: The millennium cohort study
H Jayaweera, CA Hockley, ME Redshaw, MA Quigley
National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit,(Available from) Oxford http://www. cls …, 2007
132007
Pregnancy and childbirth
H Jayaweera, H Joshi, A Macfarlane, D Hawkes, N Butler
132005
The contribution of gestational age, area deprivation and mother’s country of birth to ethnic variations in infant mortality in England and Wales: A national cohort study using …
Y Li, MA Quigley, N Dattani, R Gray, H Jayaweera, JJ Kurinczuk, ...
PLoS One 13 (4), e0195146, 2018
122018
Millennium Cohort Study First Survey Demographic and socio-economic characteristics of ethnic minority mothers in England
H Jayaweera, CA Hockley, ME Redshaw, MA Quigley
University of Oxford, 2007
122007
Migration, integration, and transnational involvement: Muslim family migrants in urban areas in Britain
H Jayaweera
Routledge, 2013
102013
Migration, ethnicity and mental health: evidence from mothers participating in the Millennium Cohort Study
L Moore, H Jayaweera, M Redshaw, M Quigley
Public health 171, 66-75, 2019
82019
Childrens origins
M Bartley, L Claderwood, H Jayaweera, I Plewis, K Ward
Children of the 21st Century: From Birth to Nine Months, 25-70, 2005
82005
Mapping the conditions of stay and the rationale for entitlements and restrictions for family migrants in the United Kingdom
H Jayaweera, C Oliver
University of Oxford: COMPAS, UK, 2013
72013
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20