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1981 Census: Aggregate Data; Great Britain

General Register Office (Scotland), Census Branch & Office Of Population Censuses
The aggregate data produced as outputs from censuses in Great Britain provide information on a wide range of demographic and socio-economic characteristics. They are predominantly a collection of aggregated or summary counts of the numbers of people or households resident in specific geographical areas possessing particular characteristics.<br> <br> Data can be accessed through <a href="http://casweb.ukdataservice.ac.uk/" title="Casweb">Casweb</a>.<br> <br> Citation: Office of Population Censuses and Surveys ; Registrar General for Scotland (2000): 1981 Census aggregate data (Edition:...

1971 Census: Aggregate Data; Great Britain

General Register Office (Scotland), Census Branch & Office Of Population Censuses
The aggregate data produced as outputs from censuses in Great Britain provide information on a wide range of demographic and socio-economic characteristics. They are predominantly a collection of aggregated or summary counts of the numbers of people or households resident in specific geographical areas possessing particular characteristics.<br> <br> Data can be accessed through <a href="http://casweb.ukdataservice.ac.uk/" title="Casweb">Casweb</a>.<br> <br> Citation: Registrar General for England and Wales ; General Register Office Scotland (2002): 1971 Census aggregate data (Edition:...

Directories Database, 1772-1787

P. J. Corfield & S. M. Kelly
This dataset is a study of urban occupations in Britain in the early Industrial Revolution, via analysis of entries in sixteen early urban directories.<br> Local town directories were produced in increasing numbers from the 1760s onwards. They were ad hoc works, generally providing listings of leading local inhabitants, with their names, addresses and occupations. <br> The sources used for this database were selected from all large urban centres with early listings. One directory (or relevant...

Institute for Fiscal Studies Households Below Average Income Dataset, 1961-1993

Zoe Oldfield
The purpose of this study, compiled by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), was to provide a consistent description of household incomes and characteristics between 1961-1991, enabling a comprehensive analysis of the trend in poverty, inequality and real living standards in the UK over the last thirty years. The study was extended in 2020 to include data from 1992 and 1993. The <i>Households Below Average Income</i> (HBAI) data are compiled from the <i>Family Expenditure Survey</i>...

Canadian Business and Public Policy Attitudes Survey, 1979-1980

University Of Windsor (Ontario, Canada), International Business Studies Research Unit & Elliott Research Corporation (Toronto)
To collect data on attitudes toward economic policy, business conditions, consumer buying intention, and the general business and economic climate. This survey is one of an annual series conducted by Elliott Research Corp. Ltd. (Toronto, Canada) with assistance from the International Business Research Unit of the University of Windsor.

OPCS Survey of Psychiatric Morbidity among Homeless People, 1994

Office Of Population Censuses
The purpose of the Homeless People Survey was to provide good baseline information about mental illness among homeless people in Great Britain. The survey aims were:<br> 1. To estimate the prevalence of psychiatric morbidity among homeless people aged 16-64 years<br> 2. To examine the varying use of services and receipt of care in relation to mental illness and housing circumstances<br> 3. To look at comorbidity between mental illness and physical illness, and relationships with lifestyle...

Survey of Diet among Children in Scotland, 2010

Food Standards Agency, ScotCen Social Research, University Of Hertfordshire & University Of Aberdeen
The <i>Survey of Diet Among Children in Scotland, 2010</i> survey continued the work of the <i>Survey of Sugar Intake among Children in Scotland, 2006</i> (held at the Archive under SN 6250), to monitor progress towards the Scottish Dietary Target for sugar intake in children. The 2010 survey also aimed to investigate the purchasing behaviours of children around the school day using a newly designed Food Purchasing Module (FPM). The survey was carried out by the...

London Survey, June 1972

Opinion Research Centre
To ascertain public attitudes to the various authorities who provide services within London.

Family Expenditure Survey, 1971

Department Of Employment
The <i>Family Expenditure Survey</i> (FES), which closed in 2001, was a continuous survey with an annual sample of around 10,000 households. They provided information on household and personal incomes, certain payments that recurred regularly (e.g. rent, gas and electricity bills, telephone accounts, insurances, season tickets and hire purchase payments), and maintained a detailed expenditure record for 14 consecutive days.<br> <br> The original purpose of the FES was to provide information on spending patterns for the...

Macro-Economic Role of Military Expenditure in OECD Countries, 1953-1973

R. P. Smith
A consistent set of economic time series for 12 variables and 14 OECD countries for the years 1953-1973 were assembled to test various hypotheses about the macroeconomic role of military expenditure.

Quarterly Labour Force Survey, April - June, 2001

Social Survey Division Office For National Statistics & Northern Ireland Statistics
For the second edition (July 2008), a new version of the data file, reweighted to the latest (2007-2008) population estimates, was deposited. See documentation for further details of reweighting. The data file includes new weighting variables pwt07 and piwt07.<br> <br> <p><strong>Background</strong><br>The&nbsp;<em>Labour Force Survey</em>&nbsp;(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...

Allied Dunbar National Fitness Survey, 1990

Activity And Health Research Limited
This large scale survey focuses on the measurement of physical activity patterns and fitness levels of a random sample of the adult population of England. The information has provided a database from which the levels of physical activity and fitness amongst the population can be better understood. In particular, it shows the relationship between fitness, health and wellbeing.

Financial Expectations, November 1978

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.

Local Authority Housing Policy and Practice, 1973; Stafford Council House Analysis

P. Niner
A series of surveys were carried out to provide factual and detailed information on the performance of 6 local authorities in council house allocation, improvement grants, council mortgages and council house sales. The information was intended to support inter-authority comparisons, and to check on variability of policy and practice. The emphasis was on the extent to which housing need was being met and housing opportunities created.

Essex Members of Friends of the Earth, 1979

M. J. A. Greenway
The purpose of this study was to collect data about the social backgrounds of the members of an envvironmental pressure group, for use in a B.A. (Sociology) dissertation.<br>

Super Profile Group National Classification of 1981 Census Enumeration Districts; LI.INDEX

S. Openshaw
Classification of small area 1981 census enumeration district data into clusters for purposes of data description and analysis.

Youth Cohort Study of England and Wales, 1994-1996; Cohort Seven, Sweep One and Two

G. Courtenay
<i>Sweep One</i><br> The questionnaire for Sweep One included the following information:<ul><li>attitude towards school in years 10 and 11</li><li> year 10 and 11 (4th and 5th year) subjects and exams</li><li>education and career advice</li><li>activities in the past year (unemployment, youth training (YT), employment, education)</li><li>training</li><li> training credits, and part-time courses and employment</li><li>qualifications</li><li> family, plans and views on the future</li><li>classificatory variables include gender, school type, region and ethnicity</li></ul><i>Sweep Two</i><br> The questionnaire for Sweep Two included the following information:<ul><li>activities since...

Cornwall Census Returns, 1851

M. McCormick
This study contains a complete transcript of the Cornwall returns of the census of 1851.

Quarterly Labour Force Survey Household Dataset, January - March, 2017

Social Survey Division Office For National 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...

Quarterly Labour Force Survey, July - September, 2005

Northern Ireland Statistics & Social Office For National Statistics
For the third edition (November 2014) an updated version of the data file was deposited, weighted to 2014 population figures (based on Census 2011). The new weighting variables are PIWT14 (income weight) and PWT14 (person weight). Also, non-responders are no longer included in the data due to a change in ONS database systems, so the number of cases is now reduced.<br> <br> <br> <p><strong>Background</strong><br>The&nbsp;<em>Labour Force Survey</em>&nbsp;(LFS) is a unique source of information using international definitions...

Fulton Commission Investigation into the Civil Service, 1967

A. H. Halsey & I. M. Crewe
To provide a sociological portrait of the Civil Service and to integrate other enquiries submitted to the Fulton Committee into particular aspects of recruitment into the Civil Service.

Scottish Tourism and Recreation Survey, 1973; Cordon Survey

Countryside Commission For Scotland, Scottish Tourist Board, Forestry Commission & Scottish Arts Council
The aim of this survey is to discover recreational and tourist activity of Scottish residents

Self Catering Accommodation in Scotland, 1985

Scottish Tourist Board
The aim of this study was to collect information about self-catering accommodation in Scotland. Data is collected a year in advance, so estimates of prices and details of facilities are subject to change and may be inaccurate.

Study of Family Size and Family Spacing, 1973

A. Cartwright & J. Moffett
The purpose of this survey was to collect data about parents' intentions about family size and family spacing, the factors that are related to these intentions and influences on their achievement or failure to achieve their intentions.

Financial Expectations; 30 March-12 April 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.

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