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Coal and Community: A Comparative Study of Three Mining Communities after the Strike, 1984-1988

P. King, D. Waddington & C. Critcher
This study is available via the UK Data Service <a href="http://discover.ukdataservice.ac.uk/QualiBank/">Qualibank</a>, an online tool for browsing, searching and citing the content of selected qualitative data collections held at the UK Data Service.<br> <br> This is a comparative study carried out by Critcher and colleagues of three mining communities in Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire following the miners' strike of 1984-1985. The three mining communities were selected for their comparability in terms of size, demographic structure and...

Cases Involving Challenges to EU Merger Decisions

Michael Harker, Morten Hviid & Kathryn Wright

Identities in Transition: a Longitudinal Study of Immigrant Children, 2004-2006

C. Watters, R. Brown & A. Rutland
A multidisciplinary and multi-method longitudinal study that investigates how the immigration process impacts on young children’s identities, and the consequence for their well-being and social acceptance. The study specifically focussed on British Asian and White English children aged 6-8 and 9-11 years, who were 1st generation immigrants (N=40), 2nd generation immigrants (N =178 ) and white English (N =180 ). This research aimed to further our understanding of social developmental processes involved in the acculturation...

Women in the Russian Penal System: the role of distance in the theory and practice of imprisonment in Russia

Judith Pallot

Acute Trusts: Adult Inpatients Survey, 2014

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The <i>Inpatients Survey, 2014</i> covered issues that affect the quality of care that patients receive and were identified by patients as important to them. Topics include: admission; the hospital and ward; relationships with healthcare professionals; care and treatment; pain; operations and procedures; and discharge.<br> <br> The National Patient Survey Programme is one of the largest patient survey programmes in the world. It provides an opportunity to monitor experiences of health and provides data to assist...

Workplace Employee Relations Survey, 2011

Innovation Department For Business, & Conciliation Advisory
The <i>Workplace Employment Relations Study, 2011</i> (also known as WERS6) is the sixth in a series of national surveys of employment relations at the workplace level. Earlier surveys were conducted in 1980, 1984, 1990, 1998 and 2004 (the series was originally known as the Workplace Industrial Relations Survey, or WIRS). The aim of each survey in the WERS series has been to provide large-scale, statistically reliable evidence about a broad range of employment relations and...

UK-IRC Survey of Business and Professional Service Firms, 2014

Centre For Business Research University Of Cambridge & Manchester Business School University Of Manchester
This is a survey of business and professional service firms. The aim was to understand variety amongst professional and business service firms, in terms of how they compete, how they innovate, how they manage knowledge, etc. Firms active in the following sectors were surveyed: advertising agencies; architecture practices; design and creative agencies; engineering and building consultancy; IT services and software consultancy; market research. <br> <br> A total of 4500 firms were sent the survey by...

Care planning and the role of the independent reviewing officer

Jonathan Dickens

Smoking, Drinking and Drug Use among Young People, 2013

The <i>Survey of Smoking, Drinking and Drug Use among Young People in England in 2013</i> is the latest in a series of surveys that measures the prevalence of smoking cigarettes, drinking alcohol and illicit drug use among 11 to 15 year olds in England. The survey collects detailed prevalence data as well as associated contextual information, including relevant attitudes, beliefs and knowledge. As well as a core set of questions that are included every year,...

Within-Household Inequalities and Public Policy

Holly Sutherland, Fran Bennett & Susan Himmelweit

Quarterly Labour Force Survey, January - March, 2014: Special Licence Access

Annual Population Survey, July 2013 - June 2014: Special Licence Access

Identity, Performance and Social Action: Community Theatre Among Refugees

Nira Yuval-Davis

Learning in and For Interagency Working: Multiagency Work in Northern Ireland

Tony Gallagher

Intersecting Identities: Women's Spaces of Sociality in Postcolonial London

Susan Jackson

The effects of distracting stimuli on binding in working memory

Richard Allen

What were they thinking? The cognition of women who sexually abuse children

Theresa Gannon

The spacing effect in cued-memory tasks: Semantic priming re-examined

Stephen Edward Avons

Identifying the origin of false memories: A comparison of DRM and categorised lists.

Stephen Dewhurst

Perceptual Causality and its Relation to Animacy/Agency in Development

Anne Schlottmann

Pictures of Young Caring

Jo Aldridge

Measurement and Interference of Visual-Spatial Memory

Rebecca Bull

A Psychological Study of Goal Directed and Undirected Problem Solving

Magda Osman

Effects of Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioural Anti-Racism Advertisements

Gregory Maio

An Exploration of Emotional Health Interventions in English Secondary Schools

Judi Kidger

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