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New research suggests that during the financial crash (2008-2013) more people became self-employed through choice rather than necessity.
Obesity is associated with poor mental health in middle age only, according to the latest research which uses Understanding Society data.
A new report from the Social Market Foundation (SMF) reveals the changing nature of inheritance in the UK.
The first ever nationally representative study of how housework is organised by couples across different ethnic groups in Britain shares results.
Registration is now open for this workshop that will help researchers better understand lifecourse theories for health inequalities.
Researchers have found that volunteering does have a positive impact on our health and wellbeing.
A new study has used two waves of Understanding Society data to look at how the financial fragility of workers is impacting the UK’s productivity.
A new project will help policy makers and healthcare providers to understand how ethnic minorities experience harassment and its impact on their lives by making use of Understanding Society data.
Does divorce affect children’s school results? This is just one area of research that can be explored with the new linked data from Understanding Society
Understanding Society is offering postgraduate funding in two subject areas; Health Research and Survey Methodology.