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Taking Part: the National Survey of Culture, Leisure and Sport, 2007-2008; Adult and Child Data: Special Licence Access

Media Department For Culture
<i>Taking Part, 2007-2008</i>, also known as Year 3 of the continuous survey, includes 25,720 interviews conducted with adults (aged 16 or over) and 885 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, 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, 2008-2009; Adult and Child Data: Special Licence Access

Media Department For Culture
<i>Taking Part, 2008-2009</i>, also known as Year 4 of the continuous survey, includes 14,452 interviews conducted with adults (aged 16 or over) and 2,622 child interviews (1,146 of these were conducted with children aged 11-15 and 1,476 of these were conducted with a relevant adult who provided information on a child aged 5-10).<br> <br> The survey used face-to-face computer assisted personal interviews, which took 45 minutes, on average, to complete. The sample for this survey...

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...

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...

Northern Ireland Police Recorded Injury Road Traffic Collision Data, 2011

Police Service Of Northern Ireland. Central Statistics Unit

Health and Lifestyle Survey: Seven-Year Follow-Up, 1991-1992

B. D. Cox
Following a number of feasibility studies and pilot surveys carried out in 1978, the first <i>Health and Lifestyle Survey</i> (HALS1) (held at the UKDA under SN 2218), funded by the Health Promotion Research Trust, was carried out in 1984-1985 on a random sample of the population of England, Scotland and Wales. A follow-up survey, HALS2, was conducted in 1991-1992. Ethical approval for the initial pilot studies was obtained locally, and ethical approval for the main...

National Child Measurement Programme, 2009-2010

Information Centre For Health And Social Care
For the second edition (January 2013) a revised version of the database was deposited, with new additional tables included. The documentation has been updated accordingly. The <i>National Child Measurement Programme</i> (NCMP) was first established in 2005. It is an annual programme which measures the height and weight of children in Reception and Year 6 within state maintained schools. Some independent and special schools also choose to participate.<br> <br> The measurement process is overseen by trained...

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

Ellis, J., University Of Sheffield, School Of Health And Related Research (SCHARR)
This is a qualitative data collection. These data were collected as part of a PhD project which explored the experiences of individuals living in a family where a member was dying or had a life-threatening illness. This was an ethnographic study which combined informal, in-depth interviews with nine families and participant observation on a hospice ward. Participant observations and the interviews from one family have not been archived due to consent restrictions; therefore the collection...

Annual Population Survey, July 2012 - June 2013

Office For National Statistics. Social Survey Division

Opinions and Lifestyle Survey, Public Perceptions of Tax Compliance Module, September 2011 - March 2012

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 from 1990 until April 2005, when it began to run 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 only; therefore from April 2014...

Living Costs and Food Survey, 2010: Unrestricted Access Teaching Dataset

Cathie Marsh Centre For Census University Of Manchester & Office For National Statistics
The <i>Living Costs and Food Survey, 2010: Unrestricted Access Teaching Dataset</i> is based on the <i>Living Costs and Food Survey, 2010</i> (LCF) (available from the UK Data Archive under SN 6945) and constitutes real data which are used by government, business and other organisations. The teaching dataset is a subset which has been subjected to certain simplifications and additions for the purpose of learning and teaching. <br> <br> The main differences are:<ul><li>the number of variables...

Opinions and Lifestyle Survey, June 2012

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 from 1990 until April 2005, when it began to run 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 only; therefore from April 2014...

Citizenship Survey, 2009-2011: Secure Access

Ipsos MORI & Department For Communities And Local Government
The <i>Citizenship Survey</i> (known in the field as the <i>Communities Study</i>) ran from 2001 to 2010-2011. It began as the 'Home Office Citizenship Survey' (HOCS) before the responsibility moved to the new Communities and Local Government department (DCLG) in May 2006. The survey provided an evidence base for the work of DCLG, principally on the issues of community cohesion, civic engagement, race and faith, and volunteering. The survey was used extensively for developing policy and...

Scottish Health Survey, 2008

Scottish Centre For Social Research University College London. Department Of Epidemiology And Public Health Medical Research Council. Social And Public Health Sciences Unit

Quarterly Labour Force Survey, April - June, 2013

Office For National Statistics. Social Survey Division Northern Ireland Statistics And Research Agency. Central Survey Unit

Scottish Social Attitudes Survey, 2011

ScotCen Social Research
The 2011 survey was the 12th wave in the series. The sample included a boost of addresses in remote and rural parts of Scotland. The <i>Scottish Social Attitudes</i> (SSA) survey was launched by ScotCen Social Research (formerly the Scottish Centre for Social Research) in 1999, following the advent of devolution. Based on annual rounds of interviews of between 1,200 to 1,500 people drawn using probability sampling (based on a stratified, clustered sample), it aims to...

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