The deadline for comments on the content of Understanding Society’s youth questionnaire and related questions asked of young adults is fast approaching.
A new report shows how our social networks can benefit our health and wellbeing, and may also affect how likely we are to experience poverty.
With recent Labour Market Statistics showing that unemployment is decreasing rapidly; Catherine Davie uses Understanding Society data to question what impact this has on poverty?
Occurring every two years, the Understanding Society Scientific Conference presents a rare chance for people from different disciplines to meet and share their research.
Households in regions characterised by strong neighbourhood ties are less likely to report being in arrears
The team at Understanding Society will be delivering a programme of specialist training in the days leading up to the Scientific Conference 2015.
In the lead-up to Understanding Society’s Scientific Conference 2015, the plenary speakers have published their abstracts.
Changing how you commute to work can have a significant impact on your health, say researchers who used data from the British Household Panel Study.
New research that uses data from Understanding Society shows that Muslim women are around 70% more likely to be looking unsuccessfully for work.
Make the most of your time at the Understanding Society Scientific Conference by checking out the hub of activities that will be taking place this year.
The team behind Understanding Society has created a new online training course which introduces users to the British Household Panel Study (BHPS) using Stata.