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Exploring the value of Understanding Society for neighbourhood effects analyses

Gundi Knies

Area EffectsGeographySurvey MethodologySurveys


Reliability and stability of the standard fear of crime indicator in a national panel over 14 years

Rainer Schnell, Marcel Noack

Area EffectsCrime And JusticePsychologySurvey MethodologySurveysSocial Psychology


Does repeated measurement improve income data quality?

Paul Fisher

EconomicsSurvey MethodologyIncome Dynamics


Measuring alcohol consumption: comparing the Health Survey for England and Understanding Society

Anne Conolly

Drug/Alcohol AbuseSurvey Methodology


Temporal stability, cross-validity, and external validity of risk preferences measures: experimental evidence from a UK representative sample

Matteo M. Galizzi, Sara R. Machado, Raffaele Miniaci

PsychologySurvey MethodologyHealthFinance


Sample attrition and physical health of immigrants in the UK -PhD thesis-

Dorothee Schneider

MigrationSurvey MethodologyHealth


Eliciting the level of health inequality aversion in England

Matthew Robson, Miqdad Asaria, Aki Tsuchiya, Shehzad Ali, Richard Cookson

Public OpinionEconomicsPovertyPublic PolicySurvey MethodologyHealth


Survey response behaviour and the dynamics of self-reported health and disability: an experimental analysis

Annette Jäckle, Stephen Pudney

DisabilitySurvey MethodologyHealth


Survey design, survey response behaviour and the dynamics of self-reported health and disability

Stephen Pudney, Annette Jäckle

DisabilitySurvey MethodologyHealth


Income reporting in the initial waves of panel surveys: evidence from the Understanding Society

Paul Fisher

Survey MethodologyIncome Dynamics


Towards device agnostic survey design: challenges and opportunities for Understanding Society

Tim Hanson, Peter Matthews, Alexander Wenz

Science And TechnologySurvey Methodology


Going online with a face-to-face household panel: effects of a mixed mode design on item and unit non-response

Annette Jäckle, Peter Lynn, Jonathan Burton

Information And Communication TechnologiesSurvey Methodology


Improving survey methods: lessons from recent research

Survey MethodologyResearch


The feasibility of conducting a Universal Credit panel survey

Heather Laurie, Nick Buck, Jonathan Burton, Violetta Parutis, Mark L. Bryan

Public PolicyWelfare BenefitsGovernmentSurvey MethodologyResearch


Can encouraging respondents to contact interviewers to make appointments reduce fieldwork effort? Evidence from a randomized experiment in the UK

Matt Brown, Lisa Calderwood

EconomicsSurvey MethodologySocial Psychology


Linking administrative records to surveys: differences in the correlates to consent decisions

Tarek Al Baghal, Gundi Knies, Jonathan Burton

EducationSurvey MethodologyHealth


Analysis of four studies in a comparative framework reveals: health linkage consent rates on British cohort studies higher than on UK household panel surveys

Gundi Knies, Jonathan Burton

Survey MethodologyHealth


Researching racism: reflections on different methodological approaches to recording people's experiences of racism

Bethan Harries, Laia Becares

Young PeopleSurvey MethodologyRace Relations


Collecting biomarkers using trained interviewers. Lessons learned from a pilot study

Stephanie L. McFall, Anne Conolly, Jonathan Burton

MedicineSurvey MethodologyHealthBiology


OP94 Bias in consent to health data linkage: evidence from a UK cross-sectional survey -conference paper abstract-

L. Patterson, S.M. Cruise, D. O’Reilly

Survey MethodologyHealth


Can encouraging respondents to contact interviewers to make appointments boost co-operation rates and save costs? Evidence from a randomised experiment in the UK

Matt Brown, Lisa Calderwood

EconomicsSurvey MethodologySocial Psychology


Developing youth engagement in the Millennium Cohort Study and Understanding Society: feedback from NCB young research advisors for the Centre of Longitudinal Studies and the University of Essex

Puja Joshi, Sarah-Jane Little, Joanna Lea, Emma Wallace

Young PeopleSurvey Methodology


MCS6 and Understanding Society participant engagement research: qualitative research report prepared for the Centre for Longitudinal Studies at the Institute of Education and the Institute for Social and Economic Research at the University of Essex

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Young PeopleSurvey Methodology


Innovative approaches to methodological challenges facing ageing cohort studies: policy briefing note

Tarani Chandola, Susan O'Shea

Older PeopleSurvey MethodologyResearch


Methodological considerations in the measurement of subjective well-being

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Survey MethodologyWell Being