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British social attitudes cumulative sourcebook
|Statement||compiled by Lindsay Brook ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Brook, Lindsay., Social and Communiaty Planning Research (Great Britain)|
|LC Classifications||HN400.P8 B73 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
|LC Control Number||91028562|
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Get this from a library. British social attitudes cumulative sourcebook: the first six surveys. [Lindsay Brook; Social and Community Planning Research (Great Britain);] -- Compilation of data available on British social attitudes from to Topics covered include government, party politics, defence, education, housing, morality, AIDS, diet, business, women's.
the ESRC Data Archive. An annual book is published, presenting the findings of the latest survey and looking at trends over time.l 2. InNovemberthe fust British Social Attitudes Cumulative Sourcebook (part-funded by Shell UK Ltd.) was published.
The Sourcebook brings together responses to all theFile Size: 8MB. and are noted in the Cumulative Sourcebook (see below).
This is currently being updated 3 The exception is a module on home carers, fielded on the NISA survey only in Some of the findings have also been reported in 4 The 7th, 8 th, 9th and 13th British Social Attitudes ReportsFile Size: KB. This study investigated British women's attitudes to surrogacy using components of the theory of planned behaviour (TPB).
British Social Attitudes: Cumulative Sourcebook—The First Six Surveys, The Psychologist Book of Abstracts, Cited by: cumulative Sourcebook, sponsored by Shell UK Ltd, of British Social ' Attitudes findings. It will be both a companion volume to the annual BSA 1.
Report, and a 'stand-alone' reference book with trend data on well over a i thousand attitudinal items. The first Sourcebook will now be published (by. Background. Despite the fact that three to four times more men than women commit suicide (19 vs.
per ,; ONS, ), men do not seek psychological help as much as women do (Addis & Mahalik, ; Kung, Pearson, & Liu, ).Some authors suggest that this might be because the types of treatment on offer are less appealing to men than women because, for example, many psychological Cited by: British Social Attitudes Survey () This survey is conducted by the National Centre for Social Research.
The annual reports analyze the results by topic and provide a summary of changing attitudes, as well as additional references.
The most recent reports are online; earlier in print. The data and documentation are available from : Steven Knowlton. British social attitudes cumulative sourcebook: the first six surveys / Lindsay Brook et al., comp. Social & Community Planning Research, Print only: Van Pelt Library.
social change. The first documents short-term change in the social attitudes of British adults, the second is a vast sourcebook of statistics relating to long-term trends in British society, and the third is an introductory textbook which aims at a comprehensive and coherent summary of these patterns of social change.
The British Social. This study investigated British women's attitudes to surrogacy using components of the theory of planned behaviour (TPB). Lewis J. British Social Attitudes: Cumulative. Sourcebook—The First. Whistleblowing on health, welfare and safety: The UK experience British Social Attitudes: Cumulative Sourcebook: The First Six Surveys 31 Jowell R, Witherspoon S, Brook L, editors.
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