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British Household Panel Survey, Waves 1-18, 1991-2009: Secure Access, National Grid Reference (Easting, Northing, OSGRDIND)

Institute For Social University Of Essex

Pioneers of Qualitative Research, 1996-2012

P. University Of Essex. UK Data Archive. ESDS Qualidata Thompson

British Household Panel Survey, Waves 1-18, 1991-2009: Special Licence Access, Local Education Authorities

Institute For Social University Of Essex
This dataset contains Local Education Authorities (LEA) geographic variables for each wave of the BHPS and a household identification serial number for file matching to the main BHPS data. This dataset is subject to restrictive access conditions, different to those for the main BHPS: see Information box on the right or Access section below.<br> <br> For the fourth edition (January 2014) revised geographic data files for each wave have been deposited. The documentation has also...

British Household Panel Survey, Waves 1-18, 1991-2009: Special Licence Access, Primary Care Trusts

Institute For Social University Of Essex
This dataset contains Primary Care Trusts (PCT) geographic variables for each wave of the BHPS and a household identification serial number for file matching to the main BHPS data. This dataset is subject to restrictive access conditions, different to those for the main BHPS: see Information box on the right or Access section below.<br> <br> For the fourth edition (January 2014) revised geographic data files for each wave have been deposited. The documentation has also...

British Social Attitudes Survey, 2011

<b>Background</b><br> The <i>British Social Attitudes</i> (BSA) survey series began in 1983. The series is designed to produce annual measures of attitudinal movements which will complement large-scale government surveys such as the <i>General Lifestyle Survey</i> and the <i>Labour Force Survey</i>, which deal largely with facts and behaviour patterns, as well as the data on party political attitudes produced by the polls. One of the BSA's main purposes is to allow the monitoring of patterns of continuity...

Business Structure Database, 1997-2013: Secure Access

Evaluation of National Reassurance Policing Programme, 2003-2006

Crime Home Office
This data collection consists of the telephone survey responses from all three waves of the National Reassurance Policing Programme (NRPP) evaluation. The NRPP preceded the national roll-out of neighbourhood policing and sought to improve public confidence in policing. It involved local communities in identifying priority crime and disorder issues in their neighbourhood which they then tackled together with the police and other public services and partners. The NRPP ran trials of reassurance policing in 16...

Understanding Society: Waves 1-3, 2009-2012: Special Licence Access, Rural-Urban Indicators

Retirement Through Redundancy, 1984-1985

B. Bytheway
This is a qualitative data collection. This follow-up study is loosely linked to the study <i>Redundancy in Steel : Labour Market Behaviour, Domestic Organisation and Local Networks, 1981-1982</i> (SN 1637), which looked at the effects of the 1980 redundancy programme of the British Steel Corporation on the local economy of Port Talbot.<br> <br> Those interviewed in <i>Redundancy in Steel</i> (SN 1637) were offered a redundancy package which differed according to the age of the worker....

Coventry and Liverpool Lives Oral History Collection, c.1945-1970

S. Todd & H. Young
This is a qualitative data collection. The Coventry and Liverpool Lives oral history project collected 58 oral history interviews with 21 men and women who have lived and worked in these cities since approximately 1945. The project aimed to explore how working-class men and women narrate their life histories and how social memory impacts on life stories told. By using the life history method of research change and continuity in the way people identify themselves...

Labour Force Survey Five-Quarter Longitudinal Dataset, January 2013 - March 2014

Opinions and Lifestyle Survey, November 2013

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...

Workplace Employee Relations Survey, 2004; Cross-Section Survey, 2004 and Panel Survey, 1998-2004, Wave 2

Department Of Trade, J. Forth, & Conciliation Advisory
The <i>Workplace Employment Relations Survey, 2004</i> (also known as the <i>Workplace Employment Relations Survey</i>, WERS 2004, or WERS5) was a national survey of people at work. The survey was jointly sponsored by the then Department of Trade and Industry, ACAS, the ESRC and the PSI. (In June 2007, DTI became the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR) and then in June 2009, merged with the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills to become...

Understanding Society: Waves 1-3, 2009-2012: Special Licence Access, Travel to Work Areas

Understanding Society: Waves 1-3, 2009-2012: Special Licence Access, Acorn Type 2013

Attitudes to Pensions Survey, 2012

The <i>Attitudes to Pensions Survey, 2012</i> is the third survey in the series. Although the survey retains key questions from the previous surveys in the series, the sample definition and questionnaire are two key areas of change in the 2012 survey. <br> <br> For the 2012 survey, the upper age limit for participation in the survey of 69, in place in the two previous surveys, was removed so that anyone aged 18 or over was...

Labour Force Survey Two-Quarter Longitudinal Dataset, October 2012 - March 2013

Workplace Employment Relations Survey: 1998-2011: Secure Access

Innovation Department For Business

Farm Business Survey, 2009-2010: Special Licence Access

& Food Department For Environment
For the third edition (February 2014), an updated database and accompanying documentation were deposited. The typology used to determine the FBS farm type classification has been revised from 2009. The change in typology has had an effect on the distribution of farms by farm type and income averages. Further details are available in the documentation.<br> <br> The <i>Farm Business Survey</i> (FBS) is conducted annually to collect business information from c.2,400 farms in England and Wales....

Understanding Society: Waves 2-3 Nurse Health Assessment, 2010-2012

Annual Business Survey, 2009-2012: Secure Access

Millennium Cohort Study: Fifth Survey, 2012

Welsh Health Survey, 2009

The <i>Welsh Health Survey</i> (WHS) collects information about the health of people living in Wales, the way they use health services, and the factors that can affect their health. The current WHS series was commissioned by the Welsh Assembly Government (WAG), and carried out in both 2003-2004 and 2004-2005 by a consortium comprising the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen), Beaufort Research Limited, and the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at University College London....

National Polling of Adults and Young People, 2013

In 2013, UK-registered charity Future First embarked on an Open Society Foundations and Global Citizen Foundation-sponsored research project designed to investigate: (1) the current state of careers services in schools around the world; and (2) the potential to use local social capital (former students of state schools) to support young people’s transitions from school to work. All research took place between 1st April and 1st November 2013 and national polling of adults and young people...

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