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Developing multilevel models for realistically complex social science data

Professor Harvey Goldstein | Social Stats., Comp. & Methods | 01 October 2003

Multilevel modelling has become widely accepted as a tool for the analysis of complex hierarchical data in the social, health and other research areas. The methodological literature has expanded with many international statisticians contributing to b ...

Enhancing 'skills for life': adult basic skills and workplace learning

Professor Alison Wolf | Education | 01 September 2003

This research sought to examine whether adult participants in workplace learning programmes demonstrate substantive changes in measured basic skills and other life course variables. The project examined whether workplace basic skills programmes incre ...

Multilevel multiprocess models for partnership and childbearing event histories

Professor Fiona Steele | Social Stats., Comp. & Methods | 01 June 2003

The aim of the project was to develop a general framework for the analysis of correlated event histories. The research was motivated by a substantive research question, the link between partnership transitions and childbearing among british women. Of ...

Higher education and the uk socio-economic system

Dr Vincent Carpentier | Education | 01 May 2003

The broad aim of this research project is to explore the historical relationship between the development of higher education and the social and economic transformations of the uk in order to connect them to current debates about higher education poli ...

Mapping and evaluating shadow education

Professor Judith Ireson | Psychology | 01 May 2003

Many children and young people benefit from substantial support for learning out of school. While there is currently much interest and research on informal learning in the family, surprisingly little is known about the nature and extent of supplement ...

Learning online: e-learning and the domestic market

Professor David Buckingham | Education | 01 March 2002

In the last few years, the internet has come to play an increasingly important role in education, both at home and in schools. As the number of computers in schools has risen, computers have also been marketed to parents as an educational resource. L ...

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