Senhu Wang
Senhu Wang
Assistant Professor of Sociology, National University of Singapore
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Prevalence and predictors of general psychiatric disorders and loneliness during COVID-19 in the United Kingdom
LZ Li, S Wang
Psychiatry Research 291, 113267, 2020
A shorter working week for everyone: how much paid work is needed for mental health and well-being?
D Kamerāde, S Wang, B Burchell, SU Balderson, A Coutts
Social Science & Medicine 241, 112353, 2019
A second wave? What do people mean by COVID waves?–a working definition of epidemic waves
SX Zhang, F Arroyo Marioli, R Gao, S Wang
Risk Management and Healthcare Policy, 3775-3782, 2021
Arts, mental distress, mental health functioning & life satisfaction: fixed-effects analyses of a nationally-representative panel study
S Wang, HW Mak, D Fancourt
BMC Public Health 20 (208), 2020
Meta-analytic evidence of depression and anxiety in Eastern Europe during the COVID-19 pandemic
SX Zhang, SO Miller, W Xu, A Yin, BZ Chen, A Delios, RK Dong, RZ Chen, ...
European journal of psychotraumatology 13 (1), 2000132, 2022
The role of gender role attitudes and immigrant generation in ethnic minority women’s labor force participation in Britain
S Wang
Sex Roles 80 (3), 234-245, 2019
Can Active Labour Market Programmes emulate the mental health benefits of regular paid employment? Longitudinal evidence from the United Kingdom
S Wang, A Coutts, B Burchell, D Kamerāde, U Balderson
Work, Employment and Society 35 (3), 545–565, 2021
What matters more for employees' mental health: job quality or job quantity?
S Wang, D Kamerāde, B Brendan, A Coutts, U Balderson
Cambridge Journal of Economics 46 (2), 251-274, 2022
Do Work-Family Initiatives Improve Employee Mental Health? Longitudinal Evidence from a Nationally Representative Cohort
LZ Li, S Wang
Journal of Affective Disorders 297, 407-414, 2022
An exploration of the multiple motivations for spending less time at work
U Balderson, B Burchell, D Kamerāde, S Wang, A Coutts
Time & Society 30 (1), 55-77, 2021
Exploring ethnic and generational differences in gender role attitudes among immigrant populations in Britain: the role of neighborhood ethnic composition
S Wang, R Coulter
International Migration Review 53 (4), 1121-1147, 2019
The Impact of Reduced Working Hours and Furlough Policies on Workers’ Mental Health at the Onset of COVID-19 Pandemic: A Longitudinal Study
S Wang, D Kamerāde, I Bessa, B Burchell, J Gifford, M Green, J Rubery
Journal of Social Policy, 1-25, 2022
Cut hours, not people: no work, furlough, short hours and mental health during COVID-19 pandemic in the UK
B Burchell, S Wang, D Kamerāde, I Bessa, J Rubery
Early evidence on the mental health of Ukrainian civilian and professional combatants during the Russian invasion
I Pavlova, L Graf-Vlachy, P Petrytsa, S Wang, SX Zhang
European Psychiatry 65 (1), e79, 2022
Participation in civil society organizations and ethnic minorities’ interethnic friendships in Britain
S Wang, L Morav
British Journal of Sociology 72 (3), 808-828, 2021
Social capital and psychological well-being of Chinese immigrants in Japan
S Gong, P Xu, S Wang
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18 (2), 547, 2021
Migration and health in China: Linking sending and host societies
S Wang, Y Hu
Population, Space and Place 25 (6), e2231, 2019
Exploring generational differences of British ethnic minorities in smoking behavior, frequency of alcohol consumption, and dietary style
S Wang, S Li
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16 (12), 2241, 2019
Revisiting the “parallel lives” thesis: Neighbourhood attachment and residential integration of ethnic minorities in England
S Wang, M Ramsden
Population, Space and Place 24 (8), e2156, 2018
Demand-side consequences of unemployment and horizontal skill mismatches across national contexts: An employer-based factorial survey experiment
LP Shi, S Wang
Social Science Research 104, 102668, 2022
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