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Age Poll No. 12, February 1974

The Age
The Age Poll was first conducted in March 1971 by the Australian Sales Research Bureau Pty. Ltd. before switching to Irving Saulwick and Associates in April 1975. Conducted in February 1974 this 'Age Poll' is the twelfth in the Age Poll series. For this Age Poll, Federal electorates across all Australian States and the Australian Capital Territory were surveyed. Topics in this survey examine attitudes to important issues facing people in Australia, such as perceptions...

National Community Attitudes towards Violence Against Women Survey, 2009

The 2009 National Community Attitudes towards Violence Against Women Survey (NCAS) is the first national survey of community attitudes towards violence against women funded by the Australian Government and administered by VicHealth. The Australian Institute of Criminology and The Social Research Centre were key research partners. The survey establishes a contemporary baseline upon which to improve our understanding of factors leading to the formation of community attitudes on violence against women, and will help to...

The Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey, RESTRICTED RELEASE 16 (Waves 1-16)

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The Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey is a nationally representative longitudinal study of Australian households which commenced in 2001. Funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services (DSS), the HILDA Survey is managed by the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research at the University of Melbourne. The HILDA Survey provides longitudinal data on the lives of Australian residents. Its primary objective is to support research questions falling within...

Australian Gallup Polls, Survey 154, Dec. 1, 1961

Roy Morgan
Topics covered in this survey are minimum age for a driver's licence, means test for old age or invalid pensions, number of migrants to Australia, compulsory retiring age for Members of Parliament, one vs two houses in Federal Parliament, 40-hour week, decimal currency, church attendance and war between Russia and the West. Standard variables are vehicle and telephone ownership, religion, occupation, economic classification, vote intention, occupation, vote at last Federal election, age, sex, social class,...

New Zealand election survey, 1987

Jack Vowles, Charles Crothers, Peter Aimer & Alistair Gordon
This post-election near-national survey focussed on voting trends and decision-making in the 1987 New Zealand general election. Voters were questioned on: the importance to them of various issues such as inflation, unemployment, growth, defence, health and welfare, law and order, education; which party was most likely, as a government, to address these issues; opinions on existing policies, leaders of major parties and speed and direction of government actions; trends in respondent's financial status; party identification...

Graduate Destination Survey, 1995

Bruce Guthrie
The aim of the Graduate Careers Council of Australia's annual Graduate Destination Survey is to collect information about the activities of Australia's higher eduacation graduates, after the completion of their degree. The survey has been conducted annually since 1974. The target population for the survey is graduates who had completed requirements for higher education qualifications in the previous calendar year, including graduates residing overseas and international students. The survey variables can be broadly catagorised into...

Household and Family Formation in Nineteenth-Century Tasmania, 1838-1899: Births

Peter Gunn & Rebecca Kippen
The Household and Family Formation in Nineteenth-Century Tasmania study was begun in the early 1990s when the ARC funded the transcription of microfilmed Births, Deaths and Marriages registers held by the Archives Office of Tasmania. The resulting computer database contained 152,000 records for births (1838-1891), 93,000 records for deaths (1838-1899), and 51,000 records for marriages (1838-1899). In 2004, the ARC provided further funding for the transcription, cleaning and coding of the remainder of 40,000 records...

Household and Family Formation in Nineteenth-Century Tasmania, 1838-1899: Deaths

Peter Gunn & Rebecca Kippen
The Household and Family Formation in Nineteenth-Century Tasmania study was begun in the early 1990s when the ARC funded the transcription of microfilmed Births, Deaths and Marriages registers held by the Archives Office of Tasmania. The resulting computer database contained 152,000 records for births (1838-1891), 93,000 records for deaths (1838-1899), and 51,000 records for marriages (1838-1899). In 2004, the ARC provided further funding for the transcription, cleaning and coding of the remainder of 40,000 records...

Australian Candidate Study, 2007

Ian McAllister, Clive Bean & Rachel Gibson
The 2007 Australian Candidate Study is the eighth in a series of election studies on federal election candidates. In 2007, candidates from the following parties were surveyed - Australian Labor Party, Liberal Party of Australia, National Party of Australia, Australian Democrats, Australian Greens, Pauline Hanson's One Nation, Family First Party and Citizens Electoral Council of Australia. The study examined the prominent election issues, including attitudes to particular economic issues, and opinions on which are the...

International Students' Spending in Australia, 2004

Mark Western
On behalf of Australian Education International (AEI), the University of Queensland Social Research Centre (UQSRC) undertook a survey of the spending patterns of international students in Australia. The aim was to survey students in four key educational sectors (higher education, vocational education, secondary school and English language intensive courses for overseas students) so as to develop a comprehensive understanding of their expenditure on goods and services whilst in Australia. Primarily, key variables measured patterns of...

Quality of Life Survey of South East Queensland Residents

Robert J. Stimson & John S. Western
The Quality of Life survey was conducted amongst households in the Brisbane and South East Queensland region to collect subjective comments about urban quality of life issues. The study was also carried out for the purposes of garnering information about the context of spatial behaviour. Key variables include measures assessing satisfaction with the quality of life in the region (in regard to climate, lifestyle etc); and Likert scales for statements pertaining to various social, political...

Australian Election Campaign Television News Coverage 2001 Ch 9 Brisbane 6pm DAYS

David Denemark, Clive Bean & Ian Ward
The aim of the project was to explore television news coverage of Australian election campaigns and measured the amount of television coverage of politican parties, leaders and election issues. National bulletins were collected and local news in Brisbane and Perth during the 2001 federal election campaign. This study was also conducted in 1998. This study measures coverage of 12 election issues as defined in the Australian Election Study (ADA No. 1001) as were 12 other...

Growing Up in Australia: Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC) Release 7.2 (Waves 1-7)

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Growing Up in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC) is a major study following the development of approximately 10,000 young people and their families from all parts of Australia. It is conducted in partnership between the Department of Social Services, the Australian Institute of Family Studies and the Australian Bureau of Statistics with advice provided by a consortium of leading researchers. The study began in 2003 with a representative sample of children (who...

Australian Election Campaign Television News Coverage 2007 Ch 2 Brisbane 7 pm weighted seconds.

William Bowe
The 2007 election campaign TV news coverage files extend previous sets of TV news coverage data gathered by David Denemark (1998) and by David Denemark, Clive Bean ((Queensland Univ of Technology) and Ian Ward (Univ of Queensland), 2001). The aim of the project was to explore television news coverage of Australian election campaigns and measured the amount of television coverage of political parties, leaders and election issues. National bulletins were collected and local news in...

Australian Election Campaign Television News Coverage 2007 Ch 10 Brisbane 6 pm weighted days.

William Bowe
The 2007 election campaign TV news coverage files extend previous sets of TV news coverage data gathered by David Denemark (1998) and by David Denemark, Clive Bean ((Queensland Univ of Technology) and Ian Ward (Univ of Queensland), 2001). The aim of the project was to explore television news coverage of Australian election campaigns and measured the amount of television coverage of political parties, leaders and election issues. National bulletins were collected and local news in...

Survey of Religious Sisters, Queensland, 1983

Theresa Boyle & Naomi Turner
One of the major aims of this study was to update statistical data relating to religious sisters in Queensland. The last survey was undertaken in 1976, with the results being published in the draft report of the 'National Statistical Survey of Religious Personnel: Australia - 1976'. The updated study is to show the main statistical trends among religious sisters in Queensland by contrasting statistics of 1983 with those of 1976 by gathering opinions of the...

Saulwick Age Poll, March 2000: Women

Irving Saulwick
A national telephone poll of 800 women conducted in March 2000. Topics covered include most import political issue, work-life balance, personal fulfilment, and voting intention at next federal election. Background variables are postcode and age.

Lowy Institute Poll, 2017

Alexandra Oliver
The 2017 Poll is the thirteenth annual Poll by the Lowy Institute in Australia on public opinion and foreign policy. The 2017 Lowy Institute Poll reports the results of the annual nationally representative telephone opinion survey, conducted between 1 and 21 March 2017 with a sample size of 1200 Australian adults 18 years and older. The Poll has incorporated a broad range of questions about some of Australia's most important relationships, including those with the...

The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health: 1946-51 cohort Core Data Release, Survey 1 data, 1996

, Annette J. Dobson, Lois Bryson, Julie Byles, Gail Williams, Margot Schofield & Lenore Manderson
The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health (ALSWH) is a longitudinal population-based survey, first funded in 1995, which examines the health of over 57,000 Australian women. The project was designed to explore factors that influence health among women who are broadly representative of the entire Australian population. ALSWH goes beyond a narrow perspective that equates women's health with reproductive and sexual health, and takes a comprehensive view of all aspects of health throughout women's lifespan....

The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health: 1946-51 cohort Core Data Release, Participant Status, Surveys, Surveys 1-8, 2016

, Annette Dobson, Lois Bryson, Julie Byles, Wendy Brown, Christina Lee, Deborah Loxton, Jayne Lucke, Nancy Pachana, Leigh Tooth, David Sibbritt & Gita Mishra
This study consists of information from all eight surveys of the 1946-51 cohort. ALSWH began collecting information from them when they were mid-age women, selected to examine menopausal transitions and the social and personal changes of middle age. In survey 8 they were between 65 and 70 years old. This particular dataset is participant data. It has information for each participant from Survey 1 to Survey 8 of the 1946-1951 Cohort.

The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health: 1973-78 cohort Core Data Release, Survey 7 data, 2015

, Julie Byles, Gita Mishra, Deborah Loxton & Leigh Tooth
The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health (ALSWH) is a longitudinal population-based survey, first funded in 1995, which examines the health of over 57,000 Australian women. The project was designed to explore factors that influence health among women who are broadly representative of the entire Australian population. ALSWH goes beyond a narrow perspective that equates women's health with reproductive and sexual health, and takes a comprehensive view of all aspects of health throughout women's lifespan....

The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health: 1946-51 cohort Core Data Release, Survey 3 data, 2001

, Annette Dobson, Wendy Brown, Lois Bryson, Julie Byles, Christina Lee, Gita Mishra, Margot Schofield, Justin Kenardy, Penny Warner Smith & Anne Young
The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health (ALSWH) is a longitudinal population-based survey, first funded in 1995, which examines the health of over 57,000 Australian women. The project was designed to explore factors that influence health among women who are broadly representative of the entire Australian population. ALSWH goes beyond a narrow perspective that equates women's health with reproductive and sexual health, and takes a comprehensive view of all aspects of health throughout women's lifespan....

The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health: 1946-51 cohort Core Data Release, Survey 5 data, 2007

, Annette Dobson, Wendy Brown, Lois Bryson, Julie Byles, Christina Lee, Deborah Loxton, Penny Warner Smith, Anne Young, Jayne Lucke & Leigh Tooth
The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health (ALSWH) is a longitudinal population-based survey, first funded in 1995, which examines the health of over 57,000 Australian women. The project was designed to explore factors that influence health among women who are broadly representative of the entire Australian population. ALSWH goes beyond a narrow perspective that equates women's health with reproductive and sexual health, and takes a comprehensive view of all aspects of health throughout women's lifespan....

The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health: 1921-26 cohort Core Data Release, Survey 5 data, 2008

, Annette Dobson, Wendy J Brown, Lois Bryson, Julie Byles, Christina Lee, Deborah Loxton, Penny Warner Smith, Anne Young, Jayne Lucke & Leigh Tooth
The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health (ALSWH) is a longitudinal population-based survey, first funded in 1995, which examines the health of over 57,000 Australian women. The project was designed to explore factors that influence health among women who are broadly representative of the entire Australian population. ALSWH goes beyond a narrow perspective that equates women's health with reproductive and sexual health, and takes a comprehensive view of all aspects of health throughout women's lifespan....

The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health: 1921-26 cohort Core Data Release, Survey 6 data, 2011

, Annette Dobson, Wendy Brown, Julie Byles, Christina Lee, Deborah Loxton, Jayne Lucke, Leigh Tooth, Gita Mishra, David Sibbritt & Nancy Pachana
The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health (ALSWH) is a longitudinal population-based survey, first funded in 1995, which examines the health of over 57,000 Australian women. The project was designed to explore factors that influence health among women who are broadly representative of the entire Australian population. ALSWH goes beyond a narrow perspective that equates women's health with reproductive and sexual health, and takes a comprehensive view of all aspects of health throughout women's lifespan....

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