Titel: British Social Attitudes: The 22nd Report
Herausgegeben von Alison Park
Dezember 2005 - gebunden - 368 Seiten
'...the annual survey of British social attitudes - a document arguably more significant than the urban and rural white papers rolled together...'
'...a highly-respected annual study.'
'...an indispensable tool not just for governments, but also for modern citizens to understand their fellows, and themselves better.'
The Times Higher Education Supplement
The British Social Attitudes survey series is carried out by Britain's largest independent social research institute, the National Centre for Social Research. It provides an indispensable guide to current political and social issues in contemporary Britain.
This, the 22nd report, describes the results of the most recent nation-wide survey, including analysis of the following areas:
- Work-life balance
- The NHS
The most comprehensive review of changing British social values available, the British Social Attitudes survey report is an essential reading for anyone seeking a guide to the topical issues and debates of today or engaged in contemporary social and political research.
Give and Take - Tom Sefton
Attitudes to Redistribution
Work-Life Balance - Alice Bell and Caroline Bryson
Still a `Women's Issue'?
Home Sweet Home - Alun Humphrey and Catherine Bromley
Higher Education - Ted Wragg and Mark Johnson
A Class Act
Public Responses to NHS Reform - John Appleby and Arturo Alvarez-Rosete
Transport - Peter Jones, Georgina Christodoulou and David Whibley
Are Policymakers and the Public on the Same Track?
Planning for Retirement - Miranda Phillips and Ruth Hancock
Realism or Denial?
Leaders or Followers? - Geoffrey Evans and Sarah Butt
Parties and Public Opinion on the European Union
Are Trade Unionists Left-Wing Any More? - John Curtice and Ann Mair
Alison joined NatCen in 1991, after completing an M.Phil. in Sociology at Nuffield College, Oxford. Her core areas of research are social, political and moral attitudes and values. As Head of Society and Social Change, Alison manages the team responsible for the British Social Attitudes Survey series. These annual surveys focus on people's attitudes towards a wide range of issues, and the results form the basis of an annual book, published by Sage. Alison is closely involved with the International Social Survey Programme (ISSP), a cross-national study of social attitudes, and is the ESRC-funded UK Co-ordinator for the 2002 to 2012 rounds of the European Social Survey. She makes regular radio and television contributions concerning social trends, and was a member of the 2003 Fabian Society Commission on the Future of the Monarchy.