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1970 British Cohort Study: Twenty-Six-Year Follow-Up, 1996

Institute Of Education University Of London & J. Bynner
<i>The BCS70 Twenty-Six-Year Follow-up</i><br> The twenty-six-year follow-up is the fourth full national follow-up of the BCS70 cohort. This follow-up was designed to review and evaluate young adults' (26 year) health, education, social and family environment throughout Britain. The comprehensive nature of the data gathered in this longitudinal study enables study of the effects on the 26-year old's education, health and general progress, of perinatal problems, serious childhood illnesses and critical episodes in the family or...

1970 British Cohort Study: Twenty-Nine-Year Follow-Up, 1999-2000

Institute Of Education University Of London
The <i>1970 British Cohort Study: Twenty-Nine-Year Follow-up, 1999-2000</i> was conducted when respondents were aged 29-30. Fieldwork was conducted alongside the sixth wave of the <i>National Child Development Study</i> (NCDS6).<br> <br> SN 5558 supersedes the former combined NCDS6/BCS70 1999-2000 dataset, which was held under <i>SN 4396 National Child Development Study and 1970 British Cohort Study (BCS70) Follow-ups, 1999-2000</i>. The Centre for Longitudinal Studies updated several BCS70 studies in late 2006, and as part of this work...

U.S. zero-coupon bond yield data, 1991-2004

George Buckley

Demographic characteristics and projections of ethnic minority and religious groups

Sylvie Dubuc

Annual Population Survey: Well-Being, April 2011 - March 2015: Secure Access

Social Survey Division Office For National Statistics
The <i>Annual Population Survey</i> (APS) is a major survey series, which aims to provide data that can produce reliable estimates at local authority level. Key topics covered in the survey include education, employment, health and ethnicity. The APS comprises key variables from the <i>Labour Force Survey</i> (LFS) (held at the UK Data Archive under GN 33246), all of its associated LFS boosts and the APS boost. Thus, the APS combines results from five different sources:...

Household Survey for Evaluation of Livelihoods Project in Mindanao, 2015

S. Lombardini
The <I>Household Survey for Evaluation of Livelihoods Project in Mindanao, 2015</I> data were collected by Oxfam GB as part of the organisation’s Global Performance Framework. Under this framework, a small number of completed or mature projects are selected at random each year for an evaluation of their impact, known as an Effectiveness Review. This data was used to evaluate the impact of the 'Scaling up sustainable livelihoods in Mindanao' project, which took place in three...

The open economy and its enemies: Public Attitudes in East Asia and Eastern Europe

Jane Duckett & William Miller

Health Behaviour in School-aged Children Study in Scotland, 2014

J. Inchley
The 2014 <I>Health Behaviour in School-aged Children Study in Scotland</I> represents Scotland’s 7th HBSC survey since 1990 and is a cross-national research study conducted in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office for Europe.<br> <br> The study undertakes repeated cross-sectional self-report surveys of school-aged children in over 40 countries across Europe and North America every four years. As well as aiming to increase understanding of young people's health and well-being, the findings from...

National Child Development Study and 1970 British Cohort Study Educational Qualifications Histories, 1981-2009

E. Bukodi
The <i>National Child Development Study and 1970 British Cohort Study Educational Qualifications Histories, 1981-2009</i> provides a continuous and comprehensive account of National Child Development Study (NCDS) and 1970 British Cohort Study (BCS70) cohort members’ educational qualifications histories between the ages of 16 and 38. The two data-sets are fully harmonised, which facilitates cross-cohort comparison.<br> <br> The main objectives of the project from which this study has originated were twofold: (i) to examine the importance of...

ONS Opinions Survey, Census Religion Module, 2009: Secure Access

Social Survey Division Office For National Statistics
The <i>Opinions and Lifestyle Survey</i>, formerly known as <i>ONS Opinions Survey</i> or <i>Omnibus</i>, is a regular, multi-purpose survey which was carried out in eight months of the year until April 2005, from when it ran monthly. Following the ‘Fit for Future’ consultation carried out by ONS at the beginning of 2014, the decision was taken to revert to running the survey in eight months of the year, therefore, from April 2014 the survey will not...

North East Scotland Energy Monitoring Project, 2010-2012

T. Craig & I. Dent
The total amount of energy consumed by households over a given period of time is a function of socio-physical factors and occupant behaviour. The North East Scotland energy monitoring project (NESEMP) examined the relationship between different types of energy feedback and psycho-social measures including individual environmental attitudes, household characteristics, and everyday behaviours. As part of this project, several hundred households were monitored, with the electricity usage recorded every five minutes using CurrentCost monitors. <br> <br>...

Essex Index to British Journals on Politics and Sociology, 1950-1973; Computer Index

K.I. MacDonald

Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey, 2006: Politics and Community Relations Teaching Dataset

P. Devine
The <I>Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey, 2006: Politics and Good Relations Teaching Dataset</I> is part of a suite of teaching and learning resources created by ARK, and complements a Higher Education Academy (HEA) strategic project focusing on teaching research methods. The project <a href="https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/disciplines/Soc_Sci/TRM_ProjectReports_2012-13-1" title="Northern Ireland by Numbers" target="_blank">"Northern Ireland by Numbers"</a> involved the creation of new teaching datasets from two major surveys focusing on Northern Ireland, with accompanying 'student-friendly' documentation. Specifically, two teaching...

Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey, 2014: Dementia Teaching Dataset

P. Devine
The <I>Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey, 2014: Dementia Teaching Dataset</I> is part of a suite of teaching and learning resources created by ARK, and complements a Higher Education Academy (HEA) strategic project focusing on teaching research methods. The project <a href="https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/disciplines/Soc_Sci/TRM_ProjectReports_2012-13-1" title="Northern Ireland by Numbers" target="_blank">"Northern Ireland by Numbers"</a> involved the creation of new teaching datasets from two major surveys focusing on Northern Ireland, with accompanying 'student-friendly' documentation. Specifically, two teaching datasets were created...

Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey, 2014: Attitudes to Older People, Ageing and Ageism Teaching Dataset

P. Devine
The <I>Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey, 2014: Attitudes to Older People, Ageing and Ageism Teaching Dataset</I> is part of a suite of teaching and learning resources created by ARK, and complements a Higher Education Academy (HEA) strategic project focusing on teaching research methods. The project <a href="https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/disciplines/Soc_Sci/TRM_ProjectReports_2012-13-1" title="Northern Ireland by Numbers" target="_blank">"Northern Ireland by Numbers"</a> involved the creation of new teaching datasets from two major surveys focusing on Northern Ireland, with accompanying 'student-friendly' documentation....

Renewable Heat Premium Payment Scheme: Heat Pump Monitoring: Cleaned Data, 2013-2015

R. Department Of Energy Lowe

Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprise Finance Monitor, 2011-2017

Annual Population Survey, 2004-2016: Secure Access

Millennium Cohort Study: Fourth Survey, 2008

Institute Of Education University Of London
<i>MCS4:</i><br> The objectives of MCS4 were the same as MCS3, namely:<ul><li>to continue tracking the child's physical, cognitive and behavioural development </li><li>to chart continuity and change in the child's family circumstances and physical environment up to age seven</li><li>to record the child's transition to primary school and their experience of the first years at school</li><li>to track the child's previous experience of early education and day-care, along with current out-of-school care arrangements</li><li>record the progress of the child's older...

English Housing Survey, 2014: Housing Stock Data: Special Licence Access

The <i>English Housing Survey, 2014: Housing Stock Data: Special Licence Access</i> is available for all cases where a physical survey has been completed. For occupied cases the data comprises information from the household interview and from the physical survey. For vacant properties only, data from the physical survey are provided. The Special Licence version includes raw interview and physical datasets and derived data, whereas the EUL version (SN 8010) only includes derived variables. Users are...

English Housing Survey, 2014: Housing Stock Data

Annual Population Survey, January - December, 2016

Climate policy and political parties

Neil Carter, Robert Ladrech, Conor Little & Vasiliki Tsagkroni

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