Usage of the Northern Ireland Family Expenditure Survey
This page contains information from users who have downloaded the NI FES data and who have agreed to have their project information shared. You can opt to be included or to amend the details held for you by changing your project registration.
Mrs Thatcher's Criminological Legacy – Dr Stephen Farrall (University of Sheffield – School of Law). January 2008
The objective of this scoping project is to allow the applicants to assess the extent to which it would be possible to explore the social, economic and cultural impact of neo-conservative public policy on UK society, especially as these features relate to criminal justice policy. Since the 70s and 80s, the UK has invested in a number of on-going surveys. In addition to this, there are other, non-governmental surveys which exist which provide a basis for the assessment of the direction of changes in social attitudes and experiences over time. There are also a series of one-off surveys too. Taken collectively, what can these surveys tell us about the enduring impact on the UK's criminal justice system of the neo-conservative policies of the 1980s? A key objective of the scoping project is to think through ways of discerning the impact that politics have on the deep trends that drive social change.
Other surveys used: BSA GHS LFS SEH FRS BCS SCS FES NCDS.
Research on datasets for Northern Ireland – Ms Lee Williamson (University of Manchester – CCSR). 0000
Working to create a guide to datasets for Northern Ireland, where access to all the large-scale government surveys will be necessary.
Other surveys used: LFS NILFS FES NILTS.