1,532 Works

Saulwick Age Poll, November 2002: Victorian Election 1

Irving Saulwick
A telephone poll of 1000 adult voting age residents of Victoria conducted on 1 November 2002, about the Victorian state election held on 30 November 2002. Topics covered include voting intentions, assessment of party leaders, preferred premier, change in well-being over last three years, assessment of parties' ability to handle various political issues and importance of the issues. Background variables are age, gender, postcode and location (Melbourne/other).

Saulwick AGB McNair Poll, 1, November 1994

Saulwick Research
Saulwick AGB McNair Poll, 1, November 1994

Mass media use in Australia, 1979

Colin A. Hughes & John S. Western
A broad survey of media use based on a national sample was considered essential to a better understanding of the mass media and their effect and operations in Australia. As information collected in a 1966 survey had become increasingly dated, it was considered important to repeat the national survey if more closely focussed works were going to ask why the patterns uncovered had established themselves. As well, sufficient change had taken place in media use...

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...

Supporting Vulnerable Households - Average House Prices 2000-2014

Richard Heaney, Paul Flatau, Kaylene Zaretzky, Kirsty Muir, Gill North, Libby Ward-Christie & Eileen Webb
This project examines how social impact investment may be used to expand housing options for vulnerable seniors, those with disabilities and homeless people and improve outcomes for homeless people through social enterprises. The four impact investment vehicles examined are mutual funds, social impact investments, private capital and loans.

National Survey of the Family and Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Workforces, Workers Survey, 2017

Natasha Cortis, Megan Blaxland, Jan Breckenridge & Kylie Valentine
The National Survey of the Family and Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Workforces, 2017 study involved two surveys, the design and interpretation of which was informed by stakeholder consultations. Two survey instruments were used: (1) a survey of service leaders, which was distributed for completion by a senior staff member responsible for workforce management or workforce development in their service; and (2) a survey of workers. This is the survey of workers, which captured experiences...

National Survey of the Family and Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Workforces, Service Leaders Survey, 2017

Natasha Cortis, Megan Blaxland, Jan Breckenridge & Kylie Valentine
The National Survey of the Family and Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Workforces, 2017 study involved two surveys, the design and interpretation of which was informed by stakeholder consultations. Two survey instruments were used: (1) a survey of service leaders, which was distributed for completion by a senior staff member responsible for workforce management or workforce development in their service; and (2) a survey of workers. This is the survey of service leaders, which captured...

Australian Election Study, 1987-2019 Trends

Sarah Cameron & Ian McAllister
The tables in this excel file can be used to produce graphs on Australian politics, without the need to conduct analyses separately on the Australian Election Study (AES) data files for individual years. The tables in this file match the charts contained in the report, Trends in Australian Political Opinion: Results from the Australian Election Study 1987-2019 (Cameron and McAllister 2019). The tables also break down these trends by gender, age group, education level, and...

ANZUS and Australia's Security: Australian Attitudes, October 1983

United States Information Service
Topics in this survey include: opinion of USSR and US; respondent's reading on 1983 nuclear arms control negotiation in Geneva; willingness of US and USSR to reach agreement on nuclear weapons reduction; amount of attention respondent pays to defence and security issues; ANZUS; support for variety of forms of defence co-operation; Australia's co-operation in ANZUS extend to Western Pacific and Indian Oceans; US or Australian benefits gained from ANZUS; ANZUS and risk of attack of...

Structural properties of groups, 1976-1978: File 77k

William A. Scott & Ruth Scott
This research is concerned with the development and validation of sociometric indices of the structural properties of groups. The 1976 study contained general questions about the group, its members, and the respondents' activities in relation to them. Sixteen questions were used to create interpersonal rating matrices from which sociometric measures of status differentiation, bias differentiation, status-bias concordance and differential mutuality were constructed. Scale analysis of 36 questions gave homogeneous and distinct scales of member heterogeneity,...

Overseas arrivals and departures, Australia, 1980 - 1994: unit record data: File b92

Department Of Immigration And Ethnic Affairs
Statistics of overseas arrivals in, and departures from, Australia are collected by means of the Incoming and Outgoing Passenger cards completed by all travellers. As well as being used for statistical purposes, the information collected is used by the Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs for administrative purposes. Data is made available on a quarterly basis from the first quarter of 1980, and relates to the number of movements in a specified time, rather than...

Drug use among Adelaide secondary students, 1974

Ken Rigby, Kathryn Quinn & Brian Costello
This survey was conceived as a pilot study to provide an indication of the current usage of various drugs by third and fifth year students at Adelaide High Schools. It was hoped that the information that was obtained could determine the extent of the drug problem in schools and suggest ways of tackling the problem. It was anticipated that a larger study could later be undertaken to monitor trends. Questions were designed to measure use...

Saulwick AGB McNair Poll, 27, May 1993

Saulwick Research
Saulwick AGB McNair Poll, 27, May 1993

Australian two-party preferred votes, 1949-1982: File v4

Colin A. Hughes
This data file brings together the 'two-party-preferred vote' figures for Commonwealth and State elections conducted in the period 1949-82. No figures are given for state elections in Tasmania because its proportional representation system is not readily amenable to this technique. For each electoral division or district, the record for a particular election contains the numbers of ALP and non-ALP votes and the corresponding percentages (to one decimal place).

Australian Gallup Polls, Survey 168, February 21, 1964

Roy Morgan
Themes-Names: Motor cars: inspection, pre-sale; inspection, regular / family allowances: rate / China: recognition of / living standards: living standards for family of four / immigration, Non-European: Immigration of Malays etc incl. O'Keefe case / national anthem / prisons and prisoners: part-time prison / schools: scholarships; state v. private / smoking: attitude to incl. Dangers: incidence of; type of / taxation: petrol / women: jury service. Background Variables: age/ sex/ economic classification / occupation of...

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...

Australian Gallup Polls, April 1977

McNair Anderson Associates
Australian Gallup Polls, April 1977

Victorian Supreme Court Trials 1890-1899

Mark Finnane
Trials on indictment at Victorian Supreme Court. Data accessed by the Prosecution Project from registers in the Public Record Office of Victoria. Includes name, offence, trial date and location, judge, verdict, sentence and some cases include links to reports published in colonial newspapers accessible in the Trove (nla.gov.au) database of digitised newspapers.

Victorian Supreme Court Trials 1880-1889

Mark Finnane
Trials on indictment at Victorian Supreme Court. Data accessed from registers in the Public Record Office of Victoria. Includes name, offence, trial date and location, judge, verdict, sentence and some cases include links to reports published in colonial newspapers accessible in the Trove (nla.gov.au) database of digitised newspapers.

Tasmanian Supreme Court 1850-1899

Mark Finnane
Trials on indictment at Tasmanian Supreme Court from 1850-1899. The data was sourced by the Prosecution Project principally from court registers and record books held at Tasmanian Archives and Heritage Office, and data collection was by Chris Leppard-Smith. Later curation of the records has included checking against Trove (https://trove.nla.gov.au/) database of digitised newspapers as well as some secondary sources. This dataset includes for most cases url links to the original records available online at TAHO.

Tasmanian Supreme Court 1824-1849

Mark Finnane
Trials on indictment at Tasmanian Supreme Court from 1824-1849. The data was sourced by the Prosecution Project principally from court registers and record books held at Tasmanian Archives and Heritage Office, and data collection was by Chris Leppard-Smith. Later curation of the records has included checking against Trove (https://trove.nla.gov.au/) database of digitised newspapers as well as some secondary sources. This dataset includes for most cases url links to the original records available online at TAHO.

Saulwick Poll, 15, August 1990

Irving Saulwick
Saulwick Poll, 15, August 1990

Structural properties of groups, 1976-1978: File 77b

William A. Scott & Ruth Scott
This research is concerned with the development and validation of sociometric indices of the structural properties of groups. The 1976 study contained general questions about the group, its members, and the respondents' activities in relation to them. Sixteen questions were used to create interpersonal rating matrices from which sociometric measures of status differentiation, bias differentiation, status-bias concordance and differential mutuality were constructed. Scale analysis of 36 questions gave homogeneous and distinct scales of member heterogeneity,...

Australian Gallup Polls, November, 1982

McNair Anderson Associates
Topics include: respondent's attitudes towards the role of women and the women's liberation movement; whether there should be wage restraint in the present economic recession; whether there should be a wage freeze, and, if so, for how long; whether inflation is a greater problem for Australia than unemployment; whether the respondent approves of Mr Fraser or Mr Hayden as Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition respectively; which groups are guilty of avoiding tax; and,...

Tasmanian visitor survey, 1978

Edwin Patterson
The primary objective of the study was to estimate the volume of visitor travel to Tasmania and to obtain information on certain aspects of tourist travel. Topics covered include: main purpose for travel; factor which prompted visitor to choose Tasmania; length of stay; nights spent in accommodation; main form of transport within the State; expenditure in Tasmania; number of previous visits; and, participation in selected activities. Background variables include age, sex, employment, income, postcode (Australian...

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