Using the ONS Longitudinal study for local demography: a case study of Hampshire

Stuchbury, R., Marshall, C. & Shelton, N. (2014) BSPS Annual Conference 2014, Univ of Winchester, 8 - 10 Sept 2014 [ONS LS]

Other information:
Abstract:

The ONS Longitudinal Study covers England and Wales: approximately 1% sample using four birthdates from 1971 onwards. The linked decennial census data is available for the whole household, not just sample member. The data includes vital registration data ("events"), including: birth of sample member, birth of children to sample member, widow(er)hood of sample member and cancer and death registrations. The poster will show data to answer a series of questions: Is there a strong association between housing tenure in childhood and housing tenure in young adulthood in Hampshire? Did the association changed between 1991 and 2011? Has the pattern of housing tenure in young adulthood in Hampshire changed between 1991 and 2011? Has the likelihood of attaining Householder (or joint Householder) status in young adulthood in Hampshire changed between 1991 and 2011? How does this vary by housing tenure? For more information about the ONS Longitudinal Study please see http://www.ucl.ac.uk/celsius

Available online: Link
Output from project: 0300411

QUICK DATA DICTIONARY SEARCH

Recent News

Upcoming Events

Latest Tweets