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Quarterly Labour Force Survey, July - September, 2011: Special Licence Access

Multiple Exclusion Homelessness across the United Kingdom, 2010

N. Pleace, S. Johnsen, S. Fitzpatrick & D. Quilgars
<i>Multiple Exclusion Homelessness across the United Kingdom, 2010</i> provides a statistically robust account of the nature and patterns of multiple exclusion homelessness (MEH) across the United Kingdom (UK). People have experienced MEH if they have been 'homeless' (including experience of temporary/unsuitable accommodation as well as sleeping rough) and have also experienced one or more of the following other domains of 'deep social exclusion': 'institutional care' (prison, local authority care, mental health hospitals or wards); 'substance...

Labour Force Survey Annual Eurostat Dataset, 2005

Northern Ireland Statistics & Social Office For National Statistics
The <i>Labour Force Survey Annual Eurostat Datasets</i> form the UK component of the <i>European Union Labour Force Survey</i> (EU LFS), and consist of a subset of core variables from the UK Quarterly Labour Force Survey (held at the UK Data Archive under GN 33246), alongside primary and secondary derived variables computed by Eurostat from the core variables supplied. The data comprise seasonal or calendar quarters, depending on the date, and are not directly comparable with...

Branded Consumption and Social Identification: Young People and Alcohol Study, 2006-2007

C. Griffin
This qualitative dataset examines young people's relationship with alcohol and drinking practices.<br> <br> The study investigated the meanings that young people associate with drinking and how contemporary forms of alcohol marketing operate to constitute alcohol brands as discursive resources that young people can draw on.<br> <br> The project examined: (a) the role that branding and marketing practices play in shaping young adults' identity practices around alcohol and the meanings that they associate with alcohol consumption;...

Labour Force Survey Ad Hoc Module Eurostat Dataset, 2002

Northern Ireland Statistics & Social Office For National Statistics
The <i>Labour Force Survey Ad Hoc Eurostat Datasets</i> form the UK component of the <i>European Union Labour Force Survey</i> (EU LFS), and consist of a subset of core variables from the UK Quarterly Labour Force Survey (held at the UK Data Archive under GN 33246), alongside primary and secondary derived variables computed by Eurostat from the core variables supplied. The data comprise seasonal or calendar quarters, depending on the date, and are not directly comparable...

Labour Force Survey Ad Hoc Module Eurostat Dataset, 2003

Northern Ireland Statistics & Social Office For National Statistics
The <i>Labour Force Survey Ad Hoc Eurostat Datasets</i> form the UK component of the <i>European Union Labour Force Survey</i> (EU LFS), and consist of a subset of core variables from the UK Quarterly Labour Force Survey (held at the UK Data Archive under GN 33246), alongside primary and secondary derived variables computed by Eurostat from the core variables supplied. The data comprise seasonal or calendar quarters, depending on the date, and are not directly comparable...

Labour Force Survey Ad Hoc Module Eurostat Dataset, 2004

Northern Ireland Statistics & Social Office For National Statistics
The <i>Labour Force Survey Ad Hoc Eurostat Datasets</i> form the UK component of the <i>European Union Labour Force Survey</i> (EU LFS), and consist of a subset of core variables from the UK Quarterly Labour Force Survey (held at the UK Data Archive under GN 33246), alongside primary and secondary derived variables computed by Eurostat from the core variables supplied. The data comprise seasonal or calendar quarters, depending on the date, and are not directly comparable...

Labour Force Survey Ad Hoc Module Eurostat Dataset, 2006

Social Office For National Statistics & Northern Ireland Statistics
The <i>Labour Force Survey Ad Hoc Eurostat Datasets</i> form the UK component of the <i>European Union Labour Force Survey</i> (EU LFS), and consist of a subset of core variables from the UK Quarterly Labour Force Survey (held at the UK Data Archive under GN 33246), alongside primary and secondary derived variables computed by Eurostat from the core variables supplied. The data comprise seasonal or calendar quarters, depending on the date, and are not directly comparable...

Young Life and Times Survey, 2008

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...

Bristol 'Particular' Accounts and Port Books of the Sixteenth Century, 1503-1601

E. Jones
Transcription and translation of thirteen Exchequer 'particular' accounts and port books of sixteenth century Bristol written originally in Latin. These customs accounts cover eleven complete accounting years, running from Michaelmas (29 September) to Michaelmas. The years covered are: 1503/4, 1516/7, 1525/6, 1541/2, 1542/3, 1545/6, 1550/1, 1563/4, 1575/6, 1594/5 and 1600/1. The original documents are all in The National Archives in London. They were transcribed as part of the ESRC-funded project: 'Ireland-Bristol trade in the sixteenth...

Polish and Lithuanian Workers: Opportunities and Challenges for Trade Unions, 2004-2006

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This research project, conducted jointly by the Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS) at the University of Oxford, and the Trades Union Congress (TUC), surveyed Polish and Lithuanian nationals working in the UK who had requested TUC leaflets on employment rights and the role of trades unions. The survey explored the kinds of difficulties experienced by Polish and Lithuanian workers in the UK labour market, and their potential for joining trades unions. More specifically,...

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

European Quality of Life Survey, 2007

Carried out every four years, the <i>European Quality of Life Survey</i> (EQLS) examines both the objective circumstances of European citizens' lives and how they feel about those circumstances and their lives in general. It collects data on a range of issues, such as employment, income, education, housing, family, health and work-life balance. It also looks at subjective topics, such as people's levels of happiness, life satisfaction, and perceived quality of society. By running the survey...

Talking Robots: a Critical Examination of Strategies for Public Engagement with Robotic Technologies, 2007-2008

C. Wilkinson, K. Bultitude & E. Dawson
Robotics encompasses a broad range of academic disciplines including engineering, biology, neuroscience, psychology and artificial intelligence. It is a significant area of emerging science, and one where views regarding fact and fiction are particularly confused. <i>Talking Robots</i> aimed to investigate existing public attitudes to robotic technologies and their potential social impacts, alongside an examination of engagement strategies and their effectiveness, using robotics engagement events as examples. <br> <br> The project utilised the Walking with Robots...

Data for Undergraduate Political Science Courses: British Election Study, 2005

K. Adeney & S. Carey
The <i>Data for Undergraduate Political Science Courses</i> datasets have been derived from three major public opinion studies: <i>Eurobarometer 64.2: the European Constitution, Globalization, Energy Resources, and Agricultural Policy, October - November, 2005</i> (held at the UKDA under SN 5505); <i>British Election Study, 2005</i> (BES) (held under SNs 5494-5496); and the <i>British Social Attitudes Survey, 2005</i> (BSA) (held under SN 5618), for the purpose of teaching data analysis to undergraduates in political science. The datasets have...

Intergroup Contact and the Construction of Racial Inequality and Injustice in Post-Apartheid South Africa, 2006-2007

K. Durrheim & J. Dixon
Two surveys were conducted in post-apartheid South Africa to explore, among other factors, attitudes towards race-targeted policies, perceptions of racial justice and discrimination, and racial prejudice. The surveys also examined people's experiences of inter-racial contact in terms of both its frequency and its quality and were designed to explore the relationship between such contact and various kinds of political attitudes. Survey One sampled black, coloured, Indian and white South Africans. Survey Two sampled white and...

Student Income and Expenditure Survey, 2007-2008

, & Universities Department For Innovation
The <i>Student Income and Expenditure Survey, 2007-2008</i> (SIES) was designed to collect detailed information on income and expenditure of Higher Education students and investigated issues such as student debt or hardship. The survey covered both full-time and part-time students at higher education institutions (HEI) and further education colleges (FEC), including the Open University (OU), participating in undergraduate courses during the 2007-2008 academic year. Undergraduate courses included first degree and Higher National Diplomas/Certificates (HNDs/HNCs), or in...

Quarterly Labour Force Survey, July - September, 2009

Labour Force Survey Five-Quarter Longitudinal Dataset, July 2008 - September 2009

Living in Wales: Household Survey; 2004 and 2005 Combined Data Files

Statistical Directorate Welsh Assembly Government
To enable analysis of the data at lower geographical levels than Wales, data files for a number of years have been combined. This has only been possible where the same questions have been asked in all the relevant years. <br> <br> Before analysing the 2004 and 2005 combined LIW data, users are recommended to download the documentation that accompanies the individual year datasets for 2004 and 2005, from:<ul><li><a href="http://www.data-archive.ac.uk/findingData/snDescription.asp?sn=6129#doc" title="SN 6129 Living in Wales: Household...

Living in Wales: Household Survey; 2004, 2005 and 2006 Combined Data Files

Statistical Directorate Welsh Assembly Government
To enable analysis of the data at lower geographical levels than Wales, data files for a number of years have been combined. This has only been possible where the same questions have been asked in all the relevant years. <br> <br> Before analysing the 2004, 2005 and 2006 combined LIW data, users are recommended to download the documentation that accompanies the individual year datasets for 2004, 2005 and 2006, from:<ul><li><a href="http://www.data-archive.ac.uk/findingData/snDescription.asp?sn=6129#doc" title="SN 6129 Living in...

Syntax to Create Household Derived Variables from the 2001 Census Controlled Access Microdata Sample

O. Duke-Williams
This dataset comprises syntax, to run in SPSS software, on the <i>Census 2001 Household Controlled Access Microdata Sample (CAMS) Sample of Anonymised Records</i>. The CAMS data are not included here, and prospective users will need to negotiate access to CAMS separately; further information may be found on the Office for National Statistics' <a href="http://www.statistics.gov.uk/Census2001/sar_cams.asp" title="Applying to use the controlled access microdata sample (CAMS)">Applying to use the controlled access microdata sample (CAMS)</a> web page. <br> <br>...

Childcare and Early Years Provision: Parents' Survey, 2008

Schools Department For Children &
The <i>Childcare and Early Years Provision: Parents’ Survey, 2008</i> is the most recent survey in this series and provides up-to-date information to assess some important policy initiatives introduced since the last survey. The main aim of the 2008 survey was to gather up-to-date, robust and comprehensive information on parents’ use of, need for and attitudes towards childcare and early years provision. The survey also aimed to continue the time series data on issues covered in...

Scottish Crime and Justice Survey, 2008-2009

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<i>SCJS 2008-2009</i>:<br> The sample design for the SCJS 2008-2009 differed from those of the preceding SCVS and SCS surveys in a number of important respects. Firstly, its planned annual sample size of 16,000 interviews was considerably larger than before (for example the 2006 SCVS had a sample size of 5,000). Secondly, the required design had to obtain the equivalent of at least 1,000 simple random sample interviews in each Police Force Area (PFA). Lastly, whereas...

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