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British Social Attitudes

British Social Attitudes
Focusing on Diversity - The 17th Report

17th Edition
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March 2001 | 368 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
`I've always enjoyed reading the British Social Attitudes survey, which shows what the British people really think, as opposed to what journalists and politicians like to pretend they think' - John Pilger

Britain is a well-documented nation. We know a lot about the characteristics of our society - who we are and what we do. We know much less about what we think and feel about our world and ourselves.

The indispensable annual British Social Attitudes survey fills this gap. It compiles, describes and comments on a range of current social attitudes. The information is derived from interviews carried out by the National Centre for Social Research's own interviewers among a nationwide sample of around 3,500 people each year. The series seeks to chart changes in British social values over a period of time in relation to other changes in society, and is core-funded by the Gatsby Charitable Foundation. A full report is published each year.

The 17th Report summarizes and interprets data from the most recent survey, as well as making comparisons with findings from previous years. The data are publicly available through the ESRC Data Archive at the University of Essex.

Alison Park
The Generation Game
Caroline Bryson and Bill New
Health Care Rationing
A Cut too Far?

Geoffrey Evans
The Working Class and New Labour
A Parting of the Ways?

Annette Hill and Katarina Thomson
Sex and the Media
A Shifting Landscape

Kerstin Hinds and Lindsey Jarvis
The Gender Gap
Nan Dirk De Graaf and Ariana Need
Losing Faith
Is Britain Alone?

Peter A Kemp
Images of Council Housing
John Curtice and Anthony Heath
Is the English Lion about to Roar?
National Identity After Devolution

Nina Statford and Ian Christie
Town and Country Life
Michael Adler, Catherine Bromley and Michael Rosie
Begging as a Challenge to the Welfare State

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