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Cambridge Centre for Business Research Computer Survey Dataset, 1990-1995

S. Athreye & D. Keeble
The computer industry, which includes the production of hardware, software and services, is one of the UK's most important 'high-technology' industries, employing 220,000 workers in 1995. Yet during the 1990s, UK computer firms have been facing intense competitive pressures and rapidly changing technology and market demand. Within this context, this project investigated the impact of changing technology, market demand and globalisation of production upon business organisation, performance and location in this important industry. The research...

National Readership Surveys, 1972 2nd Quarter

JICNARS
The National Readership Surveys are conducted quarterly either by the British Market Research Bureau or by Research Services Ltd. (1956 - 1959 Research Services Ltd; 1960 - 1967 British Market Research Bureau; 1968 - 1973 Research Services Ltd; 1974 - 1976 British Market Research Bureau; from 1977 onwards Research Services Ltd.). These surveys are designed principally to provide detailed information about the newspaper and magazine reading habits of the British people.<br> The sponsors are virtually...

Family Resources Survey, 2000-2001

Social Survey Division Office For National Statistics, Department Of Social Security, Department For Work And Pensions & National Centre For Social Research
The Family Resources Survey aims to: support the monitoring of the social security programme; support the costing and modelling of changes to national insurance contributions and social security benefits; provide better information for the forecasting of benefit expenditure.<br> For the third edition of the 2000-2001 survey, the new grossing regime, GROSS 3, has been included.<br> <br> <p>The Family Resources Survey (<abbr title="Family Resources Survey">FRS</abbr>) is a continuous household survey which collects information on a representative...

Labour Force Survey Household Dataset, 1990

Northern Ireland Statistics & Office Of Population Censuses
<b>Background</b><br> The <i>Labour Force Survey</i> (LFS) is a unique source of information using international definitions of employment and unemployment and economic inactivity, together with a wide range of related topics such as occupation, training, hours of work and personal characteristics of household members aged 16 years and over. It is used to inform social, economic and employment policy. The LFS was first conducted biennially from 1973-1983. Between 1984 and 1991 the survey was carried out...

Quarterly Labour Force Survey Household Dataset, March - May, 1993

Northern Ireland Statistics & Office Of Population Censuses
For the second edition, the depositor supplied a re-weighted version of the data file. The re-weighting has been done to bring LFS data in line with the population estimates from the 2001 Census. New weighting variables have been added to the data, some variables have been removed and others renamed - please see the study READ file for details. <b>Background</b><br> The <i>Labour Force Survey</i> (LFS) is a unique source of information using international definitions of...

Spatial Impact of City Shopping Schemes, 1976 and 1977 : Land Use Survey; Newcastle

R. Davies & D. Bennison
The aim of this project was to survey ground floor commercial land use in the central area of Newcastle.

National Readership Surveys, 1972 1st Quarter

JICNARS
The National Readership Surveys are conducted quarterly either by the British Market Research Bureau or by Research Services Ltd. (1956 - 1959 Research Services Ltd; 1960 - 1967 British Market Research Bureau; 1968 - 1973 Research Services Ltd; 1974 - 1976 British Market Research Bureau; from 1977 onwards Research Services Ltd.). These surveys are designed principally to provide detailed information about the newspaper and magazine reading habits of the British people.<br> The sponsors are virtually...

Quarterly Labour Force Survey Household Dataset, March - May, 1992

Northern Ireland Statistics & Office Of Population Censuses
For the second edition, the depositor supplied a re-weighted version of the data file. The re-weighting has been done to bring LFS data in line with the population estimates from the 2001 Census. New weighting variables have been added to the data, some variables have been removed and others renamed - please see the study READ file for details. <b>Background</b><br> The <i>Labour Force Survey</i> (LFS) is a unique source of information using international definitions of...

Patients and Their Doctors, 1964; Failure Schedules

A. Cartwright
The purpose of this study was: to collect data describing the main features of general practice - family, personal, domiciliary and front-line care; to obtain information about the role of the general practitioner as seen by both patients and doctors.<br> There are ten datasets making up this study:<br> &lt;i&gt;Main Patients&lt;/i&gt; SN:394<br> &lt;i&gt;General Practitioners&lt;/i&gt; SN:704<br> &lt;i&gt;Depression&lt;/i&gt; SN:705<br> &lt;i&gt;G.P. Consultation&lt;/i&gt; SN:706<br> &lt;i&gt;Out-Patients&lt;/i&gt; SN:707<br> &lt;i&gt;Children&lt;/i&gt; SN:708<br> &lt;i&gt;Mothers&lt;/i&gt; SN:709<br> &lt;i&gt;Old People&lt;/i&gt; SN:710<br> &lt;i&gt;Failure Schedules&lt;/i&gt; SN:835<br> &lt;i&gt;No National Health Service...

Family Expenditure Survey, 2000-2001

Office For National Statistics
The <i>Family Expenditure Survey</i> (FES), which closed in 2001, was a continuous survey with an annual sample of around 10,000 households. They provided information on household and personal incomes, certain payments that recurred regularly (e.g. rent, gas and electricity bills, telephone accounts, insurances, season tickets and hire purchase payments), and maintained a detailed expenditure record for 14 consecutive days.<br> <br> The original purpose of the FES was to provide information on spending patterns for the...

Econometric Analysis of Recorded Offences in England & Wales, 1961, 1966, 1971

N. Stern & R. A. Carr-Hill
To examine various theories of the generation of a number of recorded offences (including deterrence, theft opportunities and police recording practices), the proportion `solved' and the number of policemen.

Time Series Data on U.S. Presidents' Popularity, 1945-1974

Kernell, S., University Of California (San Diego), Department Of Political Science
To analyse time-series data (compiled from the American Institute of Public Opinion) on approval of the President's performance and relate popularity to such national conditions as the economy, war, and scandal, to the changes.

Patients and Their Doctors, 1964; No National Health Service Doctor

A. Cartwright
The purpose of this study was: to collect data describing the main features of general practice - family, personal, domiciliary and front-line care; to obtain information about the role of the general practitioner as seen by both patients and doctors.<br> There are ten datasets making up this study:<br> &lt;i&gt;Main Patients&lt;/i&gt; SN:394<br> &lt;i&gt;General Practitioners&lt;/i&gt; SN:704<br> &lt;i&gt;Depression&lt;/i&gt; SN:705<br> &lt;i&gt;G.P. Consultation&lt;/i&gt; SN:706<br> &lt;i&gt;Out-Patients&lt;/i&gt; SN:707<br> &lt;i&gt;Children&lt;/i&gt; SN:708<br> &lt;i&gt;Mothers&lt;/i&gt; SN:709<br> &lt;i&gt;Old People&lt;/i&gt; SN:710<br> &lt;i&gt;Failure Schedules&lt;/i&gt; SN:835<br> &lt;i&gt;No National Health Service...

National Opinion Polls Merged Political Surveys, 1963-1966

D. Butler
These data comprise a collection of information on standard questions asked in all surveys dated 18th October 1963 to 9th December 1966.

Northern Ireland Social Mobility Survey, 1996

R. Breen
The aims and objectives of this project were :<br> to examine the relationship between, one the one hand, social mobility and on the other, political preferences, attitudes and behaviour within the context of Northern Ireland, a society which is deeply divided on politico-religious backgrounds. In particular, the aim was to determine the degree to which those who are socially mobile display patterns of political preferences, attitudes or behaviour (in specific areas) which are distinctively different...

Workplace Industrial Relations, 1973

Office Of Population Censuses
The purpose of this survey was to monitor the effects, at workplace level, of changes in legislation in the industrial relations field; also the changes which may have taken place in the structure and procedure of employing organisations and trade unions.

School Characteristics and Educational Achievement : the Plowden Follow-Up Study, 1967-1968

National Foundation For Educational Research
The purpose of this study was to collect follow-up data on the children included in the national sample interviewed in the 1964 survey of primary school children for the Plowden Central Advisory Council for Education in England and Wales, using questionnaires to gather information on school characteristics, teachers' assessments and educational achievement for each child.

Ethnic Residential Choice, 1974-1975

Social And Community Planning Research
The aims of this survey were:<br> to collect data on housing among members of four ethnic minority groups, Africans, Indians, Pakistanis and West Indians, and among samples of the white majority group;<br> to identify reactions to moving house either within or outside their immediate residential areas, with a view to establishing the importance of ethnic composition in choice of area.

ONS Omnibus Survey, March 1997

Social Survey Division Office For National Statistics
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...

Adolescent Culture and the Mass Media, 1973-1974

G. Murdock
The aim of this survey was to establish the extent to which involvement in `pop culture' is age-specific and to examine the social class and sex differentials in adolescent and adult involvement. Families were located with teenage children in three contrasted areas of a large midland city (a middle class area, a traditional working class area and a council estate).<br>

ONS Omnibus Survey, Urban Regeneration Module, March - May, 1997

Social Survey Division Office For National Statistics
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...

ONS Omnibus Survey, Drinking Module, February and March, 1997

Social Survey Division Office For National Statistics
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...

Longitudinal Study of Child Development in an Inner London Area, 1974-1975

S. N. Wolkind
The purpose of this study was to look at the development of a sample of Tower Hamlets families and their first born children from the time of early pregnancy to school age. (These data cover the period of pregnancy only).<br>

ONS Omnibus Survey, February 1997

Social Survey Division Office For National Statistics
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...

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