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British Social Attitudes
Public Policy, Social Ties - The 18th Report

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© 2002 | 366 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Published in Association with National Centre for Social Research

The indispensable annual British Social Attitudes survey compiles, describes and comments on a range of current social attitudes. The series charts changes in British social values, with annual surveys carried out from a nationwide sample of around 3,500 people by the National Centre for Social Research's team of interviewers. The 18th Report summarizes and interprets data from the most recent survey, and makes comparisons with findings from previous years.

`The Rolls Royce of opinion surveys' - The Times

John Hills
Poverty and Social Security
What Rights? Whose Responsibilities?  
Anne Barlow, Simon Duncan, Grace James and Alison Park
Just a Piece of Paper?
Marriage and Cohabitation  
Lynda Clarke and Katarina Thomson
Teenage Mums
Jo-Ann Mulligan and John Appleby
The NHS and Labour's Battle for Public Opinion
Nina Stratford, Theresa Marteau and Martin Bobrow
Genetic Research
Friend or Foe?  
Ian Christie and Lindsey Jarvis
How Green are our Values?
Jonathan Gardner and Andrew Oswald
Internet Use
The Digital Divide  
Michael Johnston and Roger Jowell
How Robust is British Civil Society?
Catherine Bromley, John Curtice and Ben Seyd
Political Engagement, Trust and Constitutional Reform
John Curtice and Ben Seyd
Is Devolution Strengthening or Weakening the UK?
Geoffrey Evans
The Conservatives and Europe
Waving or Drowning?  

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