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Taking Part: the National Survey of Culture, Leisure and Sport, 2017-2018; Adult and Child Data: Special Licence Access

Media Department For Culture
This study is subject to restrictive Special Licence (SL) access conditions as it contains additional detailed geographic variables (ACORN Group and ONS Urban Rural Classification). The End User Licence (EUL) version which is the same, but excludes these detailed variables, is available from the UK Data Service under SN 8442. Users are advised to first obtain the standard EUL version of the data to see if they are sufficient for their research requirements. The SL...

Taking Part: the National Survey of Culture, Leisure and Sport, 2016-2017; Adult and Child Data: Special Licence Access

Media Department For Culture
This study is subject to restrictive Special Licence (SL) access conditions as it contains additional detailed geographic variables (ACORN Group and ONS Urban Rural Classification). The End User Licence (EUL) version which is the same, but excludes these detailed variables, is available from the UK Data Service under SN 8378. Users are advised to first obtain the standard EUL version of the data to see if they are sufficient for their research requirements. The SL...

Taking Part: the National Survey of Culture, Leisure and Sport, 2011-2012; Adult and Child Data: Special Licence Access

Media Department For Culture
For <i>Taking Part, 2011-2012</i>, also known as Year 7 of the continuous survey, 9,188 adults and 771 children aged 11-15 were interviewed. Information was also collected from parents or guardians of 1,040 children aged 5-10. Interviews were conducted face-to-face in home by specially trained interviewers working on behalf of TNS BMRB using Computer Assisted Personal Interviewing (CAPI).<br> <br> This study is subject to restrictive Special Licence (SL) access conditions as it contains additional detailed geographic...

Taking Part: the National Survey of Culture, Leisure and Sport, 2005-2006; Adult and Child Data: Special Licence Access

Media Department For Culture
<i>Taking Part, 2005-2006</i>, also known as Year 1 of the continuous survey, includes 28,117 interviews conducted with adults (aged 16 or over) and 2,918 interviews conducted with children (aged 11-15).<br> <br> The survey used face-to-face computer assisted personal interviews, which take 45 minutes, on average, to complete. The sample for this survey has been randomly selected from the small-users postcode address file and only those from private households in England are included. No geographical restrictions...

Taking Part: the National Survey of Culture, Leisure and Sport, 2006-2007; Adult and Child Data: Special Licence Access

Media Department For Culture
<i>Taking Part, 2006-2007</i>, also known as Year 2 of the continuous survey, includes 24,174 interviews conducted with adults (aged 16 or over) and 2,454 interviews conducted with children (aged 11-15).<br> <br> The survey used face-to-face computer assisted personal interviews, which take 45 minutes, on average, to complete. The sample for this survey has been randomly selected from the small-users postcode address file and only those from private households in England are included. No geographical restrictions...

Taking Part: the National Survey of Culture, Leisure and Sport, 2009-2010; Adult and Child Data: Special Licence Access

Media Department For Culture
<b><u>Important note for users of the 2009-2010 child dataset</b></u><br> <br> The data provided covers both the Year 4 (2008-2009) and the Year 5 (2009-2010) child survey, due to the small number of children sampled in Year 5. There are two main ways to analyse Year 5 data:<ul><li>If you wish to analyse the Year 5 child data only (this data covers three quarters and 537 individuals), you will need to filter the data accordingly, using the...

Taking Part: the National Survey of Culture, Leisure and Sport, 2010-2011; Adult and Child Data: Special Licence Access

Media Department For Culture
For <i>Taking Part, 2010-2011</i>, also known as Year 6 of the continuous survey, 14,002 adults and 1,116 children aged 11-15 were interviewed. Information was also collected from parents or guardians of 1,590 children aged 5-10. Interviews were conducted face-to-face in home by specially trained interviewers working on behalf of TNS-BMRB using Computer Assisted Personal Interviewing (CAPI).<br> <br> Different questionnaires were used for fieldwork conducted in Quarters 1-3 to Quarter 4 of the 2010-2011 survey. In...

Taking Part: the National Survey of Culture, Leisure and Sport, 2012-2013; Adult and Child Data: Special Licence Access

Media Department For Culture
For <i>Taking Part, 2012-2013</i>, also known as Year 8 of the continuous survey, 9,838 adults and 801 children aged 11-15 were interviewed. Information was also collected from parents or guardians of 1,136 children aged 5-10. Interviews were conducted face-to-face in home by specially trained interviewers working on behalf of TNS BMRB using Computer Assisted Personal Interviewing (CAPI). From Year 8, a longitudinal element was included in the survey; see documentation for further details.<br> <br> This...

Taking Part: the National Survey of Culture, Leisure and Sport, 2014-2015; Adult and Child Data: Special Licence Access

Media Department For Culture
Main topics covered by the survey include: the arts, museums and galleries, libraries, archives, heritage, sport, World War I, the Olympics, volunteering, charitable giving and demographics. These topics appear in the main adult and child datasets, and in the adult longitudinal dataset. The Child Boost dataset only contains questions on sports participation. <br> <br> This study is subject to restrictive Special Licence (SL) access conditions as it contains additional detailed geographic variables (Local Authorities; ACORN...

Taking Part: the National Survey of Culture, Leisure and Sport, 2015-2016; Adult and Child Data: Special Licence Access

Media Department For Culture
This study is subject to restrictive Special Licence (SL) access conditions as it contains additional detailed geographic variables (Local Authorities; ACORN Group; ACORN Category; ONS Urban Rural Classification). The End User Licence (EUL) version which is the same, but excludes these detailed variables, is available from the UK Data Service under SN 8070. Users are advised to first obtain the standard EUL version of the data to see if they are sufficient for their research...

ONS Omnibus Survey, April 2001

Social Survey Division Office For National Statistics
The <i>Opinions and Lifestyle Survey</i> (formerly known as the ONS Opinions Survey or Omnibus) is a regular, multi-purpose survey which was carried out in eight months of the year until April 2005. From this point it has run monthly. It started operating commercially in 1990 and was set up originally to meet the needs of government departments for a survey that used short and simple sets of questions, had greater statistical reliability than private sector...

Surveying Employment Practices of Multinationals in Comparative Context: Integrating and Differentiating National Systems, 2006-2010

P. M. Marginson, P. Edwards, A. Ferner, T. Edwards & O. Tregaskis
This study was based on a representative sample of multinational companies (MNCs) operating in the UK, both UK- and foreign-owned. It aimed to provide a picture of employment practice within MNCs, focusing on the four key areas of performance management and reward systems, organisational learning, employee representation, and employee involvement and communication. It aimed to test hypotheses concerning the association between a company's employment practices and such organisational factors as structure, degree of internationalisation, nationality...

MORI General Election Data, 1992 : Polls for the Times, March - April, 1992

B. Gosschalk & R. M. Worcester
To provide Election Campaign information.

ONS Omnibus Survey, August 2006

Social Office For National Statistics
The <i>Opinions and Lifestyle Survey</i> (formerly known as the ONS Opinions Survey or Omnibus) is a regular, multi-purpose survey which was carried out in eight months of the year until April 2005. From this point it has run monthly. It started operating commercially in 1990 and was set up originally to meet the needs of government departments for a survey that used short and simple sets of questions, had greater statistical reliability than private sector...

Quarterly Labour Force Survey Household Dataset, April - June, 2009

Social Survey Division Office For National Statistics
For the fourth edition (November 2014) an updated version of the data file was deposited, weighted to 2014 population figures (based on Census 2011). The new weighting variable is PHHWT14 (household weight).<br> <br> <br> <b>Background</b><br> The <i>Labour Force Survey</i> (LFS) is a unique source of information using international definitions of employment and unemployment and economic inactivity, together with a wide range of related topics such as occupation, training, hours of work and personal characteristics of...

Family Practices during Life-Threatening Illness: Exploring the Everyday, 2007-2008

J. Ellis

Growth of Firms, 1948-1971

Z. A. Sibertson
The growth of firms has been a central issue in writings on the theory of the firm, but little empirical work has been done on the subject. Much of the work in economics has been primarily statistical, and has not been concerned with sociological aspects, even though the theoretical literature has stressed the importance of managerial motivation. Moreover, most empirical work, in both economies and management, has been static in nature, or has been concerned...

Electors' Attitudes towards Local Government : a Survey of a Glasgow Constituency

I. Budge
To ascertain and analyse distinctively Scottish aspects of political behaviour, with information on political participation and knowledge.

Young Life and Times Survey, 2012

D. Schubotz
The <i>Young Life and Times Survey</i> (YLT) originally began as a companion survey to the <I>Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey</I> series (available at the UK Data Archive under GN 33235). From 1998-2000, YLT surveyed young people aged 12-17 living in the households of adults interviewed for NILT. Subsequently, YLT underwent evaluation in 2001 and was relaunched in 2003 (see SN 4826), independent of the adult NILT and using a completely different methodology. From this...

Annual Population Survey, October 2008 - September 2009

Office For National Statistics. Social Survey Division

Financial Expectations, March 1976

British Market Research Bureau
These are a series of surveys containing questions asked of a monthly representative sample of 1000 adults about their financial well-being and expectations by the British Market Research Bureau.

Work-Life Balance Study, 2000: Employees' and Employers' Surveys

Institute For Employment Research University Of Warwick
In 2000, the Government launched the Work-Life Balance Campaign, targeting employers to promote the benefits of flexible working for all employees. Although this campaign was not specifically aimed at parents or carers, the legislation restricted rights to apply for changes in the hours, timing or place of work to those employees with caring responsibilities. <br> <br> The then Department for Education and Employment (later the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR) and now...

Test Dataset: a Comparative Test, December 2009; Subtitle

Northern Ireland Statistics

Financial Expectations; 3-9 August 1972

British Market Research Bureau
These are a series of surveys containing questions asked of a monthly representative sample of 1000 adults about their financial well-being and expectations by the British Market Research Bureau.

Quarterly Labour Force Survey, 1992-2018: Secure Access

Social Survey Division Office For National Statistics & Northern Ireland Statistics
<b>Background</b><br> The <i>Labour Force Survey</i> (LFS) is a unique source of information using international definitions of employment and unemployment and economic inactivity, together with a wide range of related topics such as occupation, training, hours of work and personal characteristics of household members aged 16 years and over. It is used to inform social, economic and employment policy. The LFS was first conducted biennially from 1973-1983. Between 1984 and 1991 the survey was carried out...

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