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British Social Attitudes Survey, 2003

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SN: 5235
Title: British Social Attitudes Survey, 2003
Alternative title: BSA
Persistent identifier: 10.5255/UKDA-SN-5235-1
Series: British Social Attitudes Survey [British Social Attitudes Survey, 1983-]
Depositor: National Centre for Social Research
Principal investigator(s): National Centre for Social Research
Sponsor(s): Gatsby Charitable Foundation
Hera Trust
Economic and Social Research Council
Department of Health
Department for Work and Pensions
Department for Education and Skills
Department of Trade and Industry
Office of the Deputy Prime Minister
Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Nuffield Foundation
Leverhulme Trust
Department for Transport
Grant number: RES-000-22-0326; L219252018; RES-335-25-0010; L145251005
Other acknowledgements: P ; 2265
Social Statistics Laboratory at the University of Strathclyde for writing the SPSS setup file.

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National Centre for Social Research. (2005). British Social Attitudes Survey, 2003. [data collection]. UK Data Service. SN: 5235, http://doi.org/10.5255/UKDA-SN-5235-1

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Subject Categories

Social attitudes and behaviour - Society and culture
Social indicators and quality of life - Society and culture

Abstract

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Background
The British Social Attitudes (BSA) survey series began in 1983. The series is designed to produce annual measures of attitudinal movements which will complement large-scale government surveys such as the General Lifestyle Survey and the Labour Force Survey (held under GN 33090 and GN 33246 respectively), which deal largely with facts and behaviour patterns, as well as the data on party political attitudes produced by the polls. One of its main purposes is to allow the monitoring of patterns of continuity and change, and the examination of the relative rates at which attitudes, in respect of a range of social issues, change over time. Some questions are asked regularly, others less often. Funding for BSA comes a number of sources (including government departments, the Economic and Social Research Council and other research foundations), but final responsibility for the coverage and wording of the annual questionnaires rests with NatCen Social Research (formerly Social and Community Planning Research). The BSA has been conducted every year since 1983, except in 1988 and 1992 when core funding was devoted to the British Election Study (BES).

Further information about the series and links to publications may be found on the NatCen Social Research British Social Attitudes web page. In addition, a compilation of BSA data and documentation, including interactive descriptive statistics, is available via the BritSoCat web site, maintained by the Centre for Comparative European Survey Data.

International Social Survey Programme (ISSP)
The ISSP is run by a group of research organisations in different countries (currently 48 countries), each of which undertakes to field annually an agreed module of questions on a chosen topic area. Since 1985, an ISSP module has been included in one or more of the BSA self-completion questionnaires. Each module is chosen for repetition at intervals to allow comparisons both between countries and over time. See the ISSP catalogue record for further details, held under SN 7259.

Some of the questions from the 2003 survey, on Muslim people living in Scotland, also formed part of a further mixed methods study, the Scottish Minorities Survey, 2003-2004, which is held at the UKDA under SN 5344. As the data are not reproduced in the other study, users of 5344 are advised to order the 2003 BSA and the Scottish Social Attitudes Survey, 2003 (held under SN 5076).
Main Topics:
The BSA questionnaire normally comprises two parts, one administered face-to-face and one for self-completion (since 1985, one of the self-completion option questionnaires includes the ISSP module). Each year the interview questionnaire contains a number of 'core' questions, which are repeated in most years. In addition, a wide range of background and classificatory questions is included. The remainder of the questionnaire is devoted to a series of questions (modules) on a range of social, economic, political and moral issues - some asked regularly, others less often. Cross-indexes of those questions asked more than once appear in the reports.
In 2003, there were three versions of the questionnaire. Versions A and B were each asked of a quarter of the sample, and version C of half the sample. Modules may be asked on one, two or three versions of the questionnaire (thus giving different sample sizes).

The 2003 questionnaire covered: public spending and social welfare, internet and e-society, charitable giving, education policy, health care, politics and national identity, employment relations, transport policy, prejudice and morality, genomics and immigration. In addition, one module allows cross-national comparisons as part of the International Social Survey Programme. The 2003 ISSP module was on the topic of national identity and was fielded on the self-completion part of the questionnaire.

Standard Measures
The questionnaires contain three scales developed by researchers involved in the British Social Attitudes survey series and the British Election Study (BES) series. These are: 'libertarian/authoritarian'; 'left/right'; and 'welfarist'.

Coverage, universe, methodology

Dates of fieldwork: June 2003 - September 2003 - A small number of interviews were conducted during October and November 2003.
Country: Great Britain
Spatial units: Government Office Regions
Local Authority Districts
Standard Statistical Regions
Westminster Parliamentary Constituencies
Observation units: Individuals
Kind of data: Numeric data
Alpha/numeric data
Individual (micro) level
Universe: National
Adults
Adults (18 and over) living in private households in Great Britain (excluding the 'crofting counties' north of the Caledonian Canal).

Time dimensions: Repeated cross-sectional study
The BSA survey is conducted annually.
Sampling procedures: Multi-stage stratified random sample
See documentation for each BSA year for full details.
Number of units: 8,246 (target, of which 7,493 were in scope), 4,432 (obtained).
Method of data collection: Face-to-face interview; Self-completion
The interview is conducted by Computer-Assisted Personal Interviewing (CAPI).
Weighting: Weighting variable used: WTFACTOR. See documentation for details.

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ABSENTEEISMADULTSAGE
AIDAIR TRANSPORTAPPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT
APPOINTMENTSATTITUDESBICYCLES
BRITISH POLITICAL PARTIESBUSESBUSINESSES
CARE OF DEPENDANTSCARE OF THE ELDERLYCAREER DEVELOPMENT
CARSCENSORSHIPCENTRAL GOVERNMENT
CHILD BENEFITSCHILD CARECHILD DAY CARE
CHILDRENCLASS SIZECOMPUTERS
CONSERVATIVE PARTY (GREAT BRITAIN)CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGECOOKING
COST OF LIVINGCREDITDEATH PENALTY
DEBTSDECENTRALIZED GOVERNMENTDECISION MAKING
DEFENCEDEMOCRACYDENTISTS
DIGITAL GAMESDISABLED PERSONSDIVORCE
DONATIONS TO CHARITYDRIVINGECONOMIC ACTIVITY
ECONOMIC CONDITIONSEDUCATIONEDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATORS
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUNDEDUCATIONAL EXPENDITUREEDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
EDUCATIONAL TESTSEMPLOYEESEMPLOYERS
EMPLOYMENT HISTORYEMPLOYMENTENGLAND
ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATIONEQUAL OPPORTUNITYEQUALITY BEFORE THE LAW
ETHNIC GROUPSEUROPEAN UNIONEXAMINATIONS
FAITH SCHOOLSFAMILIESFAMILY ROLES
FATHERSFINANCIAL RESOURCESFRAUD
FREEDOM OF SPEECHFULL-TIME EMPLOYMENTGENDER
GENE THERAPYGENERAL PRACTITIONERSGENETIC SCREENING
GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOODGOVERNMENT POLICYGREAT BRITAIN
GREAT BRITAINHAPPINESSHEALTH SERVICES
HEALTHHIGHER EDUCATIONHOME OWNERSHIP
HOMELESSNESSHOSPITAL OUTPATIENT SERVICESHOSPITAL SERVICES
HOURS OF WORKHOUSEHOLD BUDGETSHOUSEHOLDS
HOUSING TENUREHOUSINGHUMAN GENETICS
IMMIGRATIONINCOME DISTRIBUTIONINCOME
INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENTINDUSTRIESINFIDELITY
INFORMATION SOURCESINTEREST (FINANCE)INTEREST GROUPS
INTERNETINTERPERSONAL CONFLICTISLAM
JOB CREATIONJOB HUNTINGJOB SATISFACTION
LABOUR PARTY (GREAT BRITAIN)LABOUR RELATIONSLANDLORDS
LAW ENFORCEMENTLEGISLATURELOANS
LOCAL GOVERNMENTLOWER HOUSEMANAGEMENT OPERATIONS
MANAGERSMARITAL STATUSMARRIAGE
MEDICAL CAREMEDICAL INSURANCEMEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT
MENTAL HEALTH ATTITUDESMONARCHYMONEY
MORAL VALUESMOTHERSMOTOR VEHICLES
MUSICNATIONAL ECONOMYNATIONAL IDENTITY
NATIONAL PRIDENEWSNEWSPAPER READERSHIP
NEWSPAPERSNORTHERN IRELANDNURSES
OCCUPATIONAL PENSIONSONE-PARENT FAMILIESONLINE SHOPPING
PARENT RESPONSIBILITYPARENT-SCHOOL RELATIONSHIPPART-TIME EMPLOYMENT
PEDESTRIANSPHYSICIANSPOLICE SERVICES
POLITICAL ALLEGIANCEPOLITICAL ATTITUDESPOLITICAL CORRUPTION
POLITICAL INTERESTPOLITICAL OPPOSITIONPOLITICAL PARTICIPATION
POLITICAL SYSTEMSPOLITICIANSPOVERTY
PREMARITAL SEXPRE-PRIMARY EDUCATIONPRICES
PRIMARY EDUCATIONPRIMARY SCHOOLSPRISON SENTENCES
PRISON SYSTEMPRIVATE EDUCATIONPRIVATE HEALTH SERVICES
PRIVATE PERSONAL PENSIONSPRIVATE SECTORPROMOTION (JOB)
PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATIONPUBLIC ENTERPRISESPUBLIC EXPENDITURE
PUBLIC TRANSPORTQUALIFICATIONSQUALITY OF LIFE
RACIAL DISCRIMINATIONRACIAL PREJUDICERAILWAY TRANSPORT
REGIONAL ECONOMYREGIONAL GOVERNMENTRELIGIOUS AFFILIATION
RELIGIOUS ATTENDANCERELIGIOUS CONFLICTREMOTE BANKING
RENTED ACCOMMODATIONRETIREMENTRIGHT TO INFORMATION
ROAD TAXROAD TOLL CHARGESROAD TRAFFIC
ROADSRURAL AREASSAME-SEX RELATIONSHIPS
SAVINGSSCHOOL DISCIPLINESCHOOL-LEAVING AGE
SCHOOLTEACHERSSCOTLANDSECONDARY EDUCATION
SECONDARY SCHOOLSSELECTIVE SCHOOLSSELF-EMPLOYED
SELF-GOVERNMENTSINGLE EUROPEAN CURRENCYSOCIAL ATTITUDES
SOCIAL CLASSSOCIAL HOUSINGSOCIAL INTERACTION
SOCIAL ISSUESSOCIAL NETWORKSSOCIAL PROTEST
SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITSSOCIAL WELFARE EXPENDITURESOCIAL WELFARE PHILOSOPHY
SPOUSE'S ECONOMIC ACTIVITYSPOUSE'S EMPLOYMENTSPOUSE'S OCCUPATION
SPOUSESSTANDARD OF LIVINGSTATE HEALTH SERVICES
STATE RESPONSIBILITYSTATE RETIREMENT PENSIONSSTUDENT LOANS
SUPERVISORY STATUSTAX RELIEFTAXATION
TELEPHONE HELP LINESTEMPORARY HOUSINGTERTIARY EDUCATION
TIMETRADE UNION MEMBERSHIPTRADE UNIONS
TRANSITION FROM SCHOOL TO WORKTRANSPORTTRUST
UNDERAGE SEXUNEARNED INCOMEUNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS
UNIVERSITIESUPPER HOUSEURBAN AREAS
VOCATIONAL EDUCATIONVOTING BEHAVIOURVOTING
WAGESWOMEN'S ROLEWORK ATTITUDE
WORKING CONDITIONSWORKING MOTHERSWORKING WOMEN

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First edition: 14 September 2005
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Documentation

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Publications

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Links to publications may be found on the NatCen Social Research British Social Attitudes web page.

Social and Community Planning Research (1983-1988) British Social Attitudes technical report, London: SCPR, annual.

Social and Community Planning Research (1989-1995) British Social Attitudes and Northern Ireland Social Attitudes: technical report, London: SCPR.

McGrath, K. and Waterton, J. (1986) British Social Attitudes: 1983-1986 panel survey technical report, London: SCPR.

Brook, L. et al. (compilers) (1992) British Social Attitudes cumulative sourcebook: the first six surveys, Aldershot: Gower. ISBN 0566058294.

Social and Community Planning Research (1996) British Social Attitudes, Young People's Social Attitudes and Northern Ireland Social Attitudes: technical report, London: SCPR.

Social and Community Planning Research (1997) British Social Attitudes and Northern Ireland Social Attitudes: 1995 surveys: technical report, London: SCPR.

Lilley, S. et al. (1998) British Social Attitudes and Northern Ireland Social Attitudes: 1996 surveys: technical report, London: SCPR.

Bromley, C. et al. (1999) British Social Attitudes 1997 survey: technical report, London: National Centre for Social Research.

Thomson, K. et al. (2001) British Social Attitudes 1999 survey: technical report, London: National Centre for Social Research.

Jowell, R. and Airey, C. (eds.) (1984) British Social Attitudes: the 1984 report, Aldershot: Gower. ISBN 0566007371.

Jowell, R. and Witherspoon, S. (eds.) (1985) British Social Attitudes: the 1985 report, Aldershot: Gower. ISBN 0566007517.

Jowell, R. Witherspoon, S. and Brook, L. (eds.) (1986) British Social Attitudes: the 1986 report, Aldershot: Gower. ISBN 0566007525.

Jowell, R. Witherspoon, S. and Brook, L. (eds.) (1987) British Social Attitudes: the 1987 report, Aldershot: Gower. ISBN 0566007533.

Jowell, R., Witherspoon, S. and Brook, L. (eds.) (1988) British Social Attitudes: the 5th report, Aldershot: Dartmouth Publishing. ISBN 0566057719.

Jowell, R., Witherspoon, S. and Brook, L. (eds.) (1990) British Social Attitudes: the 7th report, Aldershot: Dartmouth Publishing. ISBN 0566058405.

Jowell, R., Brook, L. and Taylor, B. (eds.) (1991) British Social Attitudes: the 8th report, Aldershot: Dartmouth Publishing. ISBN 1855212587.

Jowell, R. et al. (eds.) (1994) British Social Attitudes: the 11th report, Aldershot: Dartmouth Publishing. ISBN 1855216124.

Jowell, R. et al. (eds.) (1995) British Social Attitudes: the 12th report, Aldershot: Dartmouth Publishing.

Jowell, R. et al. (eds.) (1996) British Social Attitudes: the 13th report, Aldershot: Dartmouth Publishing. ISBN 1855216078.

Jowell, R. et al. (eds.) (1997) British Social Attitudes: the 14th report: the end of conservative values, Aldershot: Ashgate.

Jowell, R. et al. (eds.) (1998) British - and European - Social Attitudes: the 15th report - how Britain differs, Aldershot: Ashgate.

Jowell, R. et al. (eds.) (1999) British Social Attitudes: the 16th report: who shares New Labour values?, Aldershot: Ashgate.

Jowell, R. et al. (eds.) (2000) British Social Attitudes: the 17th report - focusing on diversity, London: Sage.

Park, A. et al. (eds.) British Social Attitudes: the 18th report: public policy, social ties, London: Sage.

Brook, L. (1998) 'What drives support for higher public spending' in P.F. Taylor-Gooby (ed) Choice and Public Policy, London: Macmillan.

Bryson, C. and Jarvis, L. (2000) Trends in attitudes to health care 1983-1998: report based on results from the British Social Attitudes surveys, London: National Centre for Social Research. ISBN 0904607550.

Park, A. et al. (eds.) (2004) British Social Attitudes: the 21st report, London: Sage.

Park, A. et al. (eds.) (2005) British Social Attitudes: the 23rd report, London: Sage.

Park, A. et al. (eds.) (2007) British Social Attitudes: the 24th report, London: Sage.

Park, A. et al. (eds.) (2009) British Social Attitudes: the 25th report, London: Sage.

Park, A. et al. (eds.) (2010) British Social Attitudes: the 26th report, London: Sage.

Park, A. et al. (eds.) (2010) British Social Attitudes: the 27th report, London: Sage.

Park, A., Clery, E , Curtice, J., Phillips, M and Utting, D. (eds.) (2011) British Social Attitudes: the 28th report, London: Sage. Retrieved February 16th, 2011 from http://www.natcen.ac.uk/study/british-social-attitudes-28th-report

Park, A., Clery, E., Curtice, J., Phillips, M. and Utting, D. (eds.) (2012) British Social Attitudes: the 29th Report, London: NatCen Social Research. Retrieved March 11th, 2013 from http://www.natcen.ac.uk/bsa29

Park, A., Bryson, C., Clery, E., Curtice, J. and Phillips, M. (eds.) (2013) British Social Attitudes: the 30th Report, London: NatCen Social Research, ISBN 978-1-907236-28-0. Retrieved April 2nd, 2014 from http://bsa-30.natcen.ac.uk/

Park, A., Curtice, J. and Bryson, C. (eds.) (2014) British Social Attitudes: the 31st Report, London: NatCen Social Research. Retrieved from http://bsa-31.natcen.ac.uk/

Park, A., Curtice, J. and Bryson, C. (eds.) (2015) British Social Attitudes: the 32nd Report, London: NatCen Social Research. Retrieved from http://bsa.natcen.ac.uk/

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Taylor-Gooby, P. (1988) `The future of the British welfare state: public attitudes, citizenship and social policy under the Conservative governments of the 1980s', European Sociological Review, 4(1), pp.1-19.

Taylor-Gooby, P. (1989) `The politics of welfare privatization: the British experience', International Journal of Health Services, 19(2), pp.209-220.

Sabucedo, J. M. and Cramer, D. (1990) `Sociological and psychological predictors of voting in Great Britain', The Journal of Social Psychology, 131(5), pp.647-654.

Blanchflower, D.G. and Oswald, A.J. (1991) What makes an entrepreneur?, Applied Economics Discussion Paper Series No. 125, October.

Blanchflower, D.G. and Oswald, A.J. (1992) Does access to capital help make an entrepreneur?, NBER Working Paper No. 3252 (rev. version), July.

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Blanchflower, D.G. and Freeman, R.B. (1992) `Unionism in the United States and other advanced OECD countries', Industrial Relations 31 (1), pp. 56-79.

Blanchflower, D.G. and Oswald, A.J. (1989) `International patterns of work' IN R. Jowell and S. Witherspoon (eds.) British social attitudes: international comparisons, Gower Press.

Blanchflower, D.G. and Freeman, R.B. (1993) Did the Thatcher reforms change British labour performance?, NBER Working Paper Series No. 4384, June.

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Bartholomew, D.J., de Menezes, L.M. and Tzamourani, P. Latent variable models: an empirical study, paper presented at IPN Symposium - Applications of Latent Trait and Latent Class Models in the Social Sciences - Akademie Sankelmark, Germany, May 1994.

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Askham, J., Hancock, R. and Hills, J. (1995) Opinions on pensions: older people's attitudes to incomes, taxes and benefits, London: Age Concern Institute of Gerontology, King's College London, September.

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Doling, J. and Ford, J. (1996) `The new homeownership : the impact of the labour market developments on attitudes toward owning your own home', Environment and Planning A vol. 28, pp. 157-72.

Besley, T., Hall, J., and Preston, I. (1996) The demand for private health insurance: do waiting lists matter? Working Paper No. W96/7, May, London: Institute for Fiscal Studies.

Shapiro, R. et al.(1996) Public opinion toward unemployment, work and well-being (report prepared for the International Labour Office), Columbia University, USA.

Besley, T., Hall, J. and Preston, I. (1996) Private health insurance and the state of the NHS, IFS Commentary No. 52, Institute for Fiscal Studies. ISBN 1-873357-52-4.

Jarvis, C. et al. (1996) Getting around after 60: a profile of Britain's older population, Age Concern Institute of Gerontology, King's College London: HMSO. ISBN 0-11-321966-0.

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