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Analysis of survey data on health perception knowledge & behaviour

Prof Klein | Sociology | 01 September 1988

Aims and methods (as at end of award) : the overall aim was to investigate the implications of evidence about consumer health perceptions and knowledge for the use and organisation of health services. This was done by the secondary analysis of survey ...

The marginalization and exclusion of older workers

Mr Casey | Sociology | 01 July 1988

Since the mid-1970s the proportion of older men leaving the labour market before the normal retirement age has increased sharply. Similarly, whilst until then the activity rates of older women had been climbing, thereafter they have levelled off. At ...

Social background of indonesian elites

Dr Palmier | 01 November 1987

Indonesia is one of the largest and most rapidly developing of the new states, of considerable economic and strategic significance to the rest of the world. The importance of the study of elites, as a way of assessing political attitudes and change, ...

Trends in inequalities and death in european countries

Prof Illsley | 01 June 1987

Many reports, and particularly the black report and the more recent health education council "the health divide" have used the relationship between occupational class and death rates over time to demonstrate that inequalities in health between socio- ...

Scel towns'time budget data collection

01 April 1987

Aims and methods (as at end of award) : the grant enabled the collection of time budget materials through a leave behind & postal return self-completion diary. The sample was that of the scel household questionnaire. Progress chasers in each scel tow ...

Management competency and competitive performance

Prof Mangham | 02 February 1987

The aims of this research are to discover what are the attributes, qualities and skills of senior managers (the competencies) that contribute to the establishment and maintenance of high performing systems. Underlying the work is the belief that beyo ...

Univariate forecasting methods

Dr Chris Chatfield | 01 January 1987

Forecasting is very important in a variety of fields, including economics, business and marketing. There is a rich variety of different forecasting procedures, and it is now generally accepted that no one method is "best" in every situation, but rath ...

A comparative analysis of the accountability of prison systems

Prof Morgan | 01 November 1986

In recent years it has been widely suggested that our prisons are in a `state of crisis, a situation made worse by inadequate means for monitoring what the prisons are doing, and a lack of formal safeguards against bad practices. Several prison refor ...

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