1,343 Works

Can Self-affirmation Enhance Health Promotion?

Anna Good

Language, Performance and Region: Discourse and Sociocultural Identity in the wider western Midlands

Urszula Clark

Observations of surgical operations

Roger Kneebone, Jeff Bezemer, Terhi Korkiakangas & Sharon-Marie Weldon

Poverty and Inner Wellbeing: India and Zambia 2010-2014

Sarah White

Causality and responsibility judgments

David Lagnado

EASI Project Pilot Workshop Data

S.M. Richardson & N. Frost

The death of the Christian, female Generation A: social, religious, economic impacts. - RES-000-22-4584

Abigail Day

UK Omnibus 2012 (Poverty and Social Exclusion module)

David Gordon

Understanding Society Teaching Datasets.

Stephen McKay, Michael Adkins & Helen Williams

Brook-YLT Knowledge Exchange Data 2013

Dirk Schubotz

Lay and institutional knowledges of domestic violence law: Towards active citizenship in rural and urban Cambodia

Katherine Ann Brickell

The Grief Study

Mark McCann

Investigation of contrast effects in children with autism

Catherine Molesworth

Lone mothers, social security and dignity in South Africa

Michael Noble, Gemma Wright, Phakama Ntshongwana, David Neves, Helen Barnes & Ben Roberts

Interviews of incentives for sharing research data

Veerle Van Den Eynden & Libby Bishop

Linked spatial-attitudinal dataset for South Africa

David McLennan & Benjamin J. Roberts

Public perceptions of and confidence in the community justice court

Timothy Auburn, Gisella Hanley Santos, Jill Annison & Daniel Gilling

Income, Expenditure and Personal Well-Being, 2011-2012

This data can be used to analyse the relationship between personal well-being and household income and expenditure. It was the source for a recent ONS article looking at how income, the distribution of income across society, source of income and spending affect life satisfaction, a sense that the things we do in life are worthwhile, and levels of happiness and anxiety.

National Health Service National Staff Survey, 2013

Unofficial Movements and Trade Unionism in the Major Ports, 1945-1967

F. J. Lindop
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 second phase study was a general and comparative investigation of trade unionism in the ports of London, Liverpool, Birkenhead and Hull, from 1945-1967, with an emphasis on the development of workplace and unofficial organisation. Particular attention was given to obtaining full...

Annual Population Survey, October 2013 - September 2014

National Pupil Database, Key Stage 4, Tier 4, 2002-2013: Secure Access

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