|By Principal Investigator(s):|
|Links to publications can be found on the National Archives webarchive page for the Citizenship Survey. The Consultation outcome: the future of the citizenship survey statement can be viewed on the gov.uk website.|
Prime, D., Zimmeck, M. and Zurawan, A. (2002) Active communities: initial findings from the 2001 Home Office Citizenship Survey, London: Home Office. Retrieved December 20, 2012 from http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20110218135832/http://rds.homeoffice.gov.uk/rds/pdfs2/acuactcomm.pdf (webarchive link)
Farmer, C. (2005) 2003 Home Office Citizenship Survey: top-level findings from the children's and young people's survey, London: Home Office/DfES.
Department for Education (2011) Citizenship Survey young person module: technical report for pilot study, Research Report DFE-RR094A. retrieved December 20, 2012, from https://www.education.gov.uk/publications/standard/publicationDetail/Page1/DFE-RR094A
|Resulting from Secondary Analysis:|
|Platt, L. (2006) Assessing the impact of illness, caring and ethnicity on social activity, CASEPaper 108, Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion, London School of Economics.|
Maxwell, R. (2006) 'Muslims, South Asians, and the British mainstream: a national identity crisis?', West European Politics, 29(4), pp.736-56.
Kaufmann, E. (March 2007) A dying creed?: the demographic contradictions of liberal capitalism, ESRC UPTAP programme briefing paper. Also available at ESRC UPTAP programme .
A subset of Citizenship Survey, 2001 data has been used for the following textbook:
Tarling, R. (2008) Statistical modelling for social researchers: principles and practice, Oxford: Routledge. ISBN: 978-0-415-44840-6. The book's companion web site includes downloadable datasets and further information: retrieved 26 January, 2009, from http://www.routledge.com/textbooks/9780415448406/links.asp.
Experian/Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion (2010) Unlocking the potential of the BME population: final report, Northwest Regional Development Agency.
Vizard, P. (2010) Developing and agreeing a capability list in the British context: what can be learnt from social survey data on ‘rights’?, CASEpaper 142, Centre for the Analysis of Social Exclusion, LSE (http://sticerd.lse.ac.uk/case/).
Scourfield, J., Taylor, C., Moore, G. and Gilliat-Ray, S. (2012) 'The intergenerational transmission of Islam: evidence from the Citizenship Survey', Sociology, 46(1), pp.91-108.
The Institute of Alcohol Studies (IAS) has produced a 'Data Dictionary' covering summary information on UK-based survey series (including the Citizenship Survey) that include any data on alcohol use. Further information and links to the dictionary documents may be found on the IAS Data Dictionary - Table of Contents web page.