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07.12.10 1.  Survey Skills Programme - 1 seminar day - 0-3 field days  Working at Survey Organization - 10 (+0-3) days of placement on a survey related.

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2  Survey Skills Programme - 1 seminar day field days  Working at Survey Organization - 10 (+0-3) days of placement on a survey related task at ISER or another respectful organization 2

3 06-Jan-11LondonCrime British Crime Survey TNS- BMRB 26-Jan-11LondonLongitudinal English Longitudinal Study of Ageing NatCen 16-Feb-11London Housing Survey English Housing Survey ONS 3

4  Sarah Budd will work with Peter Lynn  Elaine Fowler will work with Jon Burton  Akshay Gupta will work with Noah Uhrig  Hsing-Wen Hsu will work with Gundi Knies  Sarah is working for 10+ weeks one day a week  Elaine Akshay and Hsingn-Wen are working 2+ weeks 4

5  Starting Tuesday, January 18 (10am) till April 19 (14 weeks).  Prof. Peter Lynn Variations in Interview Length The time at the start and end of the Understanding Society individual interview is recorded in the data. This can be used to derive interview length. The purpose is to understand the circumstances in which the length is too long and how this is associated with respondent characteristics. Relevant characteristics might include socio-demographic indicators (age, sex, education, etc) as well as behavioural and circumstantial measures (employment, parenthood, etc). 5

6  Starting March 28 (12pm) – till April 8 or April 13 (10-13 days)  Dr. Jon Burton ):  We have the questionnaire translated and get the comments made by the translators, their supervisors and the checkers. It would be a useful job to review these comments to see what questions are proving to be problematic in different languages - are there specific types of questions, types of language etc which are particularly ambiguous/difficult to translate. 6

7  Starting March 28 – till April 8 or April 13 (10-13 days)  Dr. Noah Uhrig  Describing the content of Innovation Panel (IP);  Creating a map of IP question modules  Helping with Innovation Panel documentation – e.g. noting differences between questions in different waves of IP’s.  Wave2 Year1 : looking for inconsistencies in the data – e.g. exploring missing values: which are inapplicable and which are really missing according to questionnaire…  Website (respondents website) – creating / editing content. Working on respondent report after reanalyze of year1 wave1 data. 7

8  Starting March 28 – till April 8 or April 13 (10-13 days)  Dr. Gundi Knies  Working on labels, derivation of variables, names of variables and their consistency across files  Looking for inconsistencies in relationship grid (Gundi will provide with Stata syntax example)  IP3 – comparing 9 item scale (self-completion) and a short version 4 item scale (main interview) on neighbourhood cohesion 8

9  Face-to-face panel  Annual interviews  40,000 households, around 100,000 people  Everyone in the household is interviewed  youth questionnaire  16+ adult questionnaire  16+ self-completion questionnaire 9

10  Old British Household Panel Survey (BHPS)  General population  Ethnic minority boost  General population ethnic minority boost comparison sample  Biomarkers  Innovation panel 10

11  BHPS  Innovation Panel (IP) – 2008  UKHLS –  Each wave lasts two years  But everyone is interviewed each year 11

12  Wellbeing  Life satisfaction  Employment  Ethnic background  Some questions are asked yearly, but other question blocks are biannually or have other rotating modules  Biomarkers are one time at the moment (with a possibility of repeating some measures later) 12

13  UKHLS: face-to-face  IP: face-to-face in wave 1; face-to-face + telephone in wave2; face-to-face in w3 and w4  UKHLS: potential of switching the mode 13

14  Attrition - Tracing movers - Identifying death - Nonresponse  Panel conditioning  Seem effects  Long-term effect of design features  Definition of a household 14

15  Sample member is followed  Temporary members are those who live with a sample member at any point of time – interviewed as long as they live with a sample member  Birth only to a mother is added as a sample member  At any point of time – represents the population 15

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20  UKHLS   IP  publications/working-paper/ publications/working-paper/  BHPS:  20


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