Webinar: Investigating religion in the UK - what data can I use?
Where: University of Essex, Wivenhoe Park, Colchester, Essex, CO4 3SQ - View Map
This free webinar, jointly organised by Understanding Society, CeLSIUS, the SLS-DSU is designed for anyone who would like to know more about sources of survey data available for investigating religion in the UK.
Dr Yassine Khoudja, Goethe University Frankfurt, will talk about the data on religion that is available via Understanding Society and will briefly cover other useful data sources such as survey data for exploring religion in the UK.
This will be followed by talks about the decennial censuses which have included optional questions on religion since 2001 (and for a longer period in Northern Ireland). Dr Aly Sizer, UCL, and Dr Lee Williamson, University of Edinburgh, will present on the ONS Longitudinal Study and the Scottish Longitudinal Study respectively, explaining:
- what questions were asked, and what data they have produced
- how researchers can use and access the data
- how religion changes over time for individuals, and other areas that researchers have studied
The webinar will consist of 45 minutes of presentations and 15 minutes for questions.
The webinar is suitable for both new and experienced researchers but please note that the census data discussed in the second part of the webinar are accessed via a safe room and are only available to researchers based in the UK.
If you have any queries or require further information about this event, please contact Dr Aly Sizer.
Other webinars in the series
This webinar is one of a series of webinars about data available for research: “ESRC data resources: Discovering data and how to use them”. Each webinar focuses on a different research topic: