5 Works

Our Lives, Social Futures and Life Pathways of Young People in Queensland: A Longitudinal Project, 2006-2013

Zlatko Skrbis, Mark Western, Bruce Tranter, David Hogan & Jonathan Smith
The Our Lives Project is a longitudinal study managed by the University of Queensland and Monash University. The project seeks to follow up respondents every two years and explores the attitudes and aspirations of young people in Queensland. The project was managed by the University of Queensland in Waves 1-3 (from 2006 to 2011) and Monash University in Wave 4 in 2013. The overall objectives of the project is to produce a clear picture of...

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 Survey of Social Attitudes, 2012

Betsy Blunsdon
The Australian Survey of Social Attitudes (AuSSA) is Australia’s main source of data for the scientific study of the social attitudes, beliefs and opinions of Australians, how they change over time, and how they compare with other societies. The survey is used to help researchers better understand how Australians think and feel about their lives. It produces important information about the changing views and attitudes of Australians as we move through the 21st century. Similar...

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

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...

ANU Poll 2016: Security and Terrorism

Jill Sheppard & Katja Theodorakis
This poll is the twenty-third in an ongoing series of polls being undertaken by the Social Research Centre for the ANU. Their purpose is to assess Australians’ opinions on important and topical issues, with an emphasis on international comparisons. These polls are typically conducted three times a year, or about every four months. Some questions appear in every poll in order to provide information about changes in opinion over time; the majority of questions appear...

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