Neil Dymond-Green explores how data in the UK Data Service collection has been feeding into a UK Parliament committee inquiry into children in poverty.
Data Impact blog
Category: Young People
To coincide with the new MCS time use diary and accelerometer data release, Centre for Longitudinal Studies Survey Manager, Dr Emily Gilbert discusses how the use of new technology has enabled us to gain new insights into the lives of the millennial generation.
Kristine Briones, Research Assistant at Young Lives discusses the new release of “constructed files” of all four of rounds of data which features about 200 variables selected from the Young Lives household and child surveys.
Anne Solon, data manager for Young Lives, whose role involves working with Young Lives research partners to coordinate the complete survey cycle and coordinating the processes of survey design, piloting, training of field staff, data collection, data entry and data management, discusses the challenge of tracking in a longitudinal study of children.