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OPCS Omnibus Survey, February 1994

Office Of Population Censuses
The <i>Opinions and Lifestyle Survey</i> (formerly known as the ONS Opinions Survey or Omnibus) is a regular, multi-purpose survey which was carried out in eight months of the year until April 2005. From this point it has run monthly. It started operating commercially in 1990 and was set up originally to meet the needs of government departments for a survey that used short and simple sets of questions, had greater statistical reliability than private sector...

OPCS Omnibus Survey, January 1994

Office Of Population Censuses
The <i>Opinions and Lifestyle Survey</i> (formerly known as the ONS Opinions Survey or Omnibus) is a regular, multi-purpose survey which was carried out in eight months of the year until April 2005. From this point it has run monthly. It started operating commercially in 1990 and was set up originally to meet the needs of government departments for a survey that used short and simple sets of questions, had greater statistical reliability than private sector...

OPCS Omnibus Survey, December 1993

Office Of Population Censuses
The <i>Opinions and Lifestyle Survey</i> (formerly known as the ONS Opinions Survey or Omnibus) is a regular, multi-purpose survey which was carried out in eight months of the year until April 2005. From this point it has run monthly. It started operating commercially in 1990 and was set up originally to meet the needs of government departments for a survey that used short and simple sets of questions, had greater statistical reliability than private sector...

OPCS Omnibus Survey, November 1993

Office Of Population Censuses
The <i>Opinions and Lifestyle Survey</i> (formerly known as the ONS Opinions Survey or Omnibus) is a regular, multi-purpose survey which was carried out in eight months of the year until April 2005. From this point it has run monthly. It started operating commercially in 1990 and was set up originally to meet the needs of government departments for a survey that used short and simple sets of questions, had greater statistical reliability than private sector...

OPCS Omnibus Survey, October 1993

Office Of Population Censuses
The <i>Opinions and Lifestyle Survey</i> (formerly known as the ONS Opinions Survey or Omnibus) is a regular, multi-purpose survey which was carried out in eight months of the year until April 2005. From this point it has run monthly. It started operating commercially in 1990 and was set up originally to meet the needs of government departments for a survey that used short and simple sets of questions, had greater statistical reliability than private sector...

OPCS Omnibus Survey, September 1993

Office Of Population Censuses
The <i>Opinions and Lifestyle Survey</i> (formerly known as the ONS Opinions Survey or Omnibus) is a regular, multi-purpose survey which was carried out in eight months of the year until April 2005. From this point it has run monthly. It started operating commercially in 1990 and was set up originally to meet the needs of government departments for a survey that used short and simple sets of questions, had greater statistical reliability than private sector...

OPCS Omnibus Survey, July 1993

Office Of Population Censuses
The <i>Opinions and Lifestyle Survey</i> (formerly known as the ONS Opinions Survey or Omnibus) is a regular, multi-purpose survey which was carried out in eight months of the year until April 2005. From this point it has run monthly. It started operating commercially in 1990 and was set up originally to meet the needs of government departments for a survey that used short and simple sets of questions, had greater statistical reliability than private sector...

OPCS Omnibus Survey, June 1993

Office Of Population Censuses
The <i>Opinions and Lifestyle Survey</i> (formerly known as the ONS Opinions Survey or Omnibus) is a regular, multi-purpose survey which was carried out in eight months of the year until April 2005. From this point it has run monthly. It started operating commercially in 1990 and was set up originally to meet the needs of government departments for a survey that used short and simple sets of questions, had greater statistical reliability than private sector...

OPCS Omnibus Survey, May 1993

Office Of Population Censuses
The <i>Opinions and Lifestyle Survey</i> (formerly known as the ONS Opinions Survey or Omnibus) is a regular, multi-purpose survey which was carried out in eight months of the year until April 2005. From this point it has run monthly. It started operating commercially in 1990 and was set up originally to meet the needs of government departments for a survey that used short and simple sets of questions, had greater statistical reliability than private sector...

OPCS Omnibus Survey, April 1993

Office Of Population Censuses
The <i>Opinions and Lifestyle Survey</i> (formerly known as the ONS Opinions Survey or Omnibus) is a regular, multi-purpose survey which was carried out in eight months of the year until April 2005. From this point it has run monthly. It started operating commercially in 1990 and was set up originally to meet the needs of government departments for a survey that used short and simple sets of questions, had greater statistical reliability than private sector...

OPCS Omnibus Survey, March 1993

Office Of Population Censuses
The <i>Opinions and Lifestyle Survey</i> (formerly known as the ONS Opinions Survey or Omnibus) is a regular, multi-purpose survey which was carried out in eight months of the year until April 2005. From this point it has run monthly. It started operating commercially in 1990 and was set up originally to meet the needs of government departments for a survey that used short and simple sets of questions, had greater statistical reliability than private sector...

OPCS Omnibus Survey, February 1993

Office Of Population Censuses
The <i>Opinions and Lifestyle Survey</i> (formerly known as the ONS Opinions Survey or Omnibus) is a regular, multi-purpose survey which was carried out in eight months of the year until April 2005. From this point it has run monthly. It started operating commercially in 1990 and was set up originally to meet the needs of government departments for a survey that used short and simple sets of questions, had greater statistical reliability than private sector...

OPCS Omnibus Survey, January 1993

Office Of Population Censuses
The <i>Opinions and Lifestyle Survey</i> (formerly known as the ONS Opinions Survey or Omnibus) is a regular, multi-purpose survey which was carried out in eight months of the year until April 2005. From this point it has run monthly. It started operating commercially in 1990 and was set up originally to meet the needs of government departments for a survey that used short and simple sets of questions, had greater statistical reliability than private sector...

OPCS Omnibus Survey, December 1992

Office Of Population Censuses
The <i>Opinions and Lifestyle Survey</i> (formerly known as the ONS Opinions Survey or Omnibus) is a regular, multi-purpose survey which was carried out in eight months of the year until April 2005. From this point it has run monthly. It started operating commercially in 1990 and was set up originally to meet the needs of government departments for a survey that used short and simple sets of questions, had greater statistical reliability than private sector...

OPCS Omnibus Survey, November 1992

Office Of Population Censuses
The <i>Opinions and Lifestyle Survey</i> (formerly known as the ONS Opinions Survey or Omnibus) is a regular, multi-purpose survey which was carried out in eight months of the year until April 2005. From this point it has run monthly. It started operating commercially in 1990 and was set up originally to meet the needs of government departments for a survey that used short and simple sets of questions, had greater statistical reliability than private sector...

OPCS Omnibus Survey, October 1992

Office Of Population Censuses
The <i>Opinions and Lifestyle Survey</i> (formerly known as the ONS Opinions Survey or Omnibus) is a regular, multi-purpose survey which was carried out in eight months of the year until April 2005. From this point it has run monthly. It started operating commercially in 1990 and was set up originally to meet the needs of government departments for a survey that used short and simple sets of questions, had greater statistical reliability than private sector...

Mathematical Women in the British Isles, 1878-1940

A. E. L. Davis
The aim of this study was to supply some facts about the position and role of women in British mathematics in the period 1800-1940: their access to mathematical training and to career structures within mathematics, and the nature of their involvement with particular emphasis on bibliographical contributions. It is intended to provide a far broader basis for analysis than has previously been available.

Citizenship and Social Movements in Comparative Perspective, 1945-1990

T. Landman & J. W. Foweraker
This dataset is designed to accompany the book, Foweraker, Joe and Landman, Todd (1997) &lt;i&gt;Citizenship, Rights and Social Movements : a Comparative and Statistical Analysis&lt;/i&gt; Oxford: Oxford University Press, which investigates the relationship between the individual political and civil rights of citizenship and social movement activity in the authoritarian cases of military Brazil (1964-1990), Pinochet's Chile (1973-1990), the one-party dominant regime of Mexico (1963-1990), and Franco's Spain (1958-1983). Through construction of a comparative and parsimonious...

Survey of Single Homeless People, 1991

Centre For Housing Policy University Of York
This study was undertaken to establish: the characteristics of single homeless people; the reasons why single people become and remain homeless; the accommodation and support needs and preferences of single homeless people.

OPCS Survey of Psychiatric Morbidity among Homeless People, 1994

Office Of Population Censuses
The purpose of the Homeless People Survey was to provide good baseline information about mental illness among homeless people in Great Britain. The survey aims were:<br> 1. To estimate the prevalence of psychiatric morbidity among homeless people aged 16-64 years<br> 2. To examine the varying use of services and receipt of care in relation to mental illness and housing circumstances<br> 3. To look at comorbidity between mental illness and physical illness, and relationships with lifestyle...

PPRU Surveys of Disability, 1989-1990

Policy Planning And Research Unit (Northern Ireland), Social Policy Branch
The surveys were commissioned to provide information about disability for use in planning policies and services.<br> The aims of the surveys were to:<br> estimate the prevalence of disability among adults and children in Northern Ireland;<br> assess the circumstances under which people with disabilities live;<br> provide figures which could be compared with figures produced by OPCS from the surveys of disability in Great Britain.<br> Standard Measures<br> Measurement of disability and definitions of disability used followed those...

Health Survey for England, 1994

Joint Health Surveys Unit Of Social And Community Planning Research And University College London
For the fifth edition (August 2017), a new version of the individual data file was deposited. A Government Office Region variable has been added, and some previous health authority and socio-economic variables removed.<br /><br /> The <I>Health Survey for England</I> is a series of surveys designed to monitor trends in the nation's health. It is commissioned by the Information Centre and carried out by the Joint Health Surveys Unit of the National Centre for Social...

Country or County of Birth of the Inhabitants of Scotland, 1861-1911; By County of Residence, Gender and in Two Age Bands

J. Brock
The purpose of this study was to measure emigration and migration from Scotland between 1861 and 1911.

Organisational Context and the Process of Strategy Development, 1994-1995

G. Johnson & A. Bailey
The overall objective of this research was to develop a clearer and more realistic understanding of the complexity of the relationship between the strategy development process and organisational context. It sought to: explore differences and similarities in the processes of strategy development within and between organisations and industry sectors; relate particular configurations of strategy development process to organisational contextual variables based on industry, organisation, managerial level, level of involvement and performance.<br> Data were collected through...

Public Opinion and Local Citizenship, 1994-1995

W. L. Miller & M. B. Dickson
The Public Opinion and Local Citizenship survey is a study of attitudes towards the objectives, structures and basis of local governance. The aims of this study were to examine public and informed practitioner opinion on conceptions of the purposes of local governance and actual performance of different institutions; to examine attitudes towards recent, current and proposed changes in local governance and also the more general rules and principles that underlie these values; to test critical...

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