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British Household Panel Survey, Waves 1-18, 1991-2009: Secure Access, National Grid Reference (Easting, Northing, OSGRDIND)

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SN: 6340
Title: British Household Panel Survey, Waves 1-18, 1991-2009: Secure Access, National Grid Reference (Easting, Northing, OSGRDIND)
Alternative title: BHPS
Persistent identifier: 10.5255/UKDA-SN-6340-2
Series: British Household Panel Survey [British Household Panel Survey, 1991-: Secure Access]
Depositor: University of Essex. Institute for Social and Economic Research
Principal investigator(s): University of Essex. Institute for Social and Economic Research
Data collector(s): GfK NOP
Office for National Statistics
Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency
Sponsor(s): Economic and Social Research Council
Other acknowledgements: Over time, additional funding for the British Household Panel Survey (BHPS) has been provided by the Health Education Authority (HEA), Office for National Statistics (ONS) and Eurostat.

The Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER) is very grateful to the HEA for its help in carrying out the survey of 11-15 year old members of the BHPS sample included from Wave 4 onwards. The Northern Ireland sample, included from Wave 11, is jointly funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and various Northern Ireland government departments.

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University of Essex. Institute for Social and Economic Research. (2014). British Household Panel Survey, Waves 1-18, 1991-2009: Secure Access, National Grid Reference (Easting, Northing, OSGRDIND). [data collection]. 3rd Edition. UK Data Service. SN: 6340, http://doi.org/10.5255/UKDA-SN-6340-2

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Subject Categories

Consumer behaviour - Economics
General - Employment and labour
Income, property and investment - Economics
Social attitudes and behaviour - Society and culture
Social indicators and quality of life - Society and culture

Abstract

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The British Household Panel Survey (BHPS) ran for 18 waves, from 1991-2009, and was conducted by the ESRC UK Longitudinal Studies Centre (ULSC), together with the Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER) at the University of Essex. The ULSC, established in 1999, is a continuation of the research resource component of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change (MISOC), established in 1989. In addition to running panel studies, ISER undertakes a programme of research based on panel data, using Understanding Society (see below), the BHPS and other national panels to monitor and measure social change. The main objective of the BHPS was to further understanding of social and economic change at the individual and household level in Britain, and to identify, model and forecast such changes and their causes and consequences in relation to a range of socio-economic variables. It was designed as an annual survey of each adult member (aged 16 years and over) of a nationally representative sample of more than 5,000 households, making a total of approximately 10,000 individual interviews. The same individuals were re-interviewed in successive waves and, if they left their original households, all adult members of their new households were also interviewed. Children were interviewed once they reach the age of 16; there was also a special survey of household members aged 11-15 included in the BHPS from Wave 4 onwards (the British Youth Panel, or BYP). From Wave 9, two additional samples were added to the BHPS in Scotland and Wales, and at Wave 11 an additional sample from Northern Ireland (which formed the Northern Ireland Household Panel Study or NIHPS), was added to increase the sample to cover the whole of the United Kingdom. For Waves 7-11, the BHPS also provided data for the European Community Household Panel (ECHP). For details of sampling, methodology and changes to the survey over time, see Volume A of the documentation (Introduction, Technical Report and Appendices).

From Wave 19, the BHPS was subsumed into a new longitudinal study called Understanding Society, or the United Kingdom Household Longitudinal Study (UKHLS), conducted by ISER. The BHPS Wave 19 is part of Understanding Society Wave 2 (January 2010-March 2011). The BHPS fieldwork moved accordingly from September-April to January-March. This means that the gap between interviews 18 and 19 for the BHPS sample ranged between 16 and 30 months rather than the standard 12 months. From Wave 2, the BHPS sample is a permanent part of Understanding Society and interviews are conducted annually again. BHPS sample members have an identifier within the Understanding Society datasets, allowing BHPS users to match BHPS Wave 1-18 data to Understanding Society Wave 2 (and onwards) data. Further information and links to studies are available on the Understanding Society series webpage.

Secure Access BHPS Dataset:
The British Household Panel Survey, Waves 1-18, 1991-2009: Secure Access, National Grid Reference (Easting, Northing, OSGRDIND) dataset contains British National Grid postcode grid references (at 1m resolution) for each household surveyed, derived from the ONS National Statistics Postcode Directory (NSPD). Grid references are presented in terms of Eastings and Northings, which are distances in metres (east and north, respectively) from the origin (0,0), which lies to the west of the Scilly Isles. Each grid reference is given a positional quality indicator to denote the accuracy of the grid reference. In the majority of cases, the assigned grid reference relates to the building of the matched address closest to the postcode mean. The grid references provided for Northern Ireland postcodes use the Irish National Grid system that covers all of Ireland and is independent of the British National Grid. No grid references are provided for postcodes in the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.
In the Secure Access version of BHPS 1991-2009, the _hhsamp, _hhresp and _indresp files include all variables in the End User Licence version (seventh edition, July 2010), plus the 3 variables relating to the National Grid Reference for each household: Easting, Northing and positional quality indicator (OSGRDIND). All other BHPS files are the same as in the End User Licence version (SN 5151). The Secure Access version of the dataset has more restrictive access conditions than other BHPS studies - see 'Access' section below. Further details are available on the British Household Panel Survey: Secure Access datasets web page.

For the third edition (January 2014) the National Grid References (Easting, Northing, OSGRDIND) have been revised and are now based on the November 2013 version of the NSPD.

Main Topics:
The questionnaire package consists of the following elements:
  • a household coversheet
  • a household composition form comprising a complete listing of all household members, together with some brief summary data of their gender, date of birth, marital and employment status and their relationship to the household reference person
  • a short household questionnaire containing questions about the accommodation and tenure and some household-level measures of consumption
  • an individual schedule asked of every adult member of the household (aged 16 or over), covering: neighbourhood; individual demographics; residential mobility; health and caring; current employment and earnings; employment changes over the past year; lifetime childbirth, marital and relationship history (Wave 2 for the main sample, supplemented for new entrants from Wave 8 onwards); employment status history (Wave 2 only); values and opinions; household finances and organisation
  • a self-completion questionnaire including subjective or attitudinal questions particularly vulnerable to the influence of other people's presence during completion, or potentially sensitive questions requiring additional privacy. It also contains attitudinal items and questions on social support
  • a proxy schedule: the questionnaire is a much shortened version of the individual questionnaire, collecting some demographic, health, and employment details, as well as a summary income measure
  • a telephone questionnaire, developed from the proxy schedule, for use when all other efforts to achieve a face-to-face interview have failed
  • from Wave 4 to Wave 11, the youth questionnaire (aged 11-16 years) was administered using a 'Walkman' personal cassette tape player and a blank self-completion answer grid, as some of the questions cover sensitive issues. From Wave 12 onwards, a normal self-completion script has been used
Standard Measures:
General Health Questionnaire (GHQ);
Activities of Daily Living (ADL) schedule;
Short Form 36 Health Measure (SF36);
The Big Five Personality Traits measure.

Coverage, universe, methodology

Dates of fieldwork: Wave 1 - 3 September 1991 to 30 January 1992
Wave 2 - 5 September 1992 to 30 April 1993
Wave 3 - 5 September 1993 to 30 April 1994
Wave 4 - 3 September 1994 to 9 May 1995
Wave 5 - 4 September 1995 to 30 April 1996
Wave 6 - 29 August 1996 to 17 April 1997
Wave 7 - 29 August 1997 to 8 May 1998
Wave 8 - 1 September 1998 to 8 May 1999
Wave 9 - 1 September 1999 to 30 April 2000
Wave 10 - 1 September 2000 to 31 May 2001
Wave 11 - 1 September 2001 to 25 May 2002
Wave 12 - 1 September 2002 to 30 April 2003
Wave 13 - 1 September 2003 to 10 May 2004
Wave 14 - 1 September 2004 to 11 May 2005
Wave 15 - September 2005 to May 2006
Wave 16 - 1 September 2006 to 3 April 2007
Wave 17 - 1 September 2007 to April 2008
Wave 18 - 1 September 2008 to 9 April 2009
Country: United Kingdom
Spatial units: British National Grid
Counties (Metropolitan)
Countries
Government Office Regions
Greater London
Irish National Grid
Regions
Observation units: Individuals
Families/households
Kind of data: Numeric data
Individual (micro) level
Universe: National
Young people
Households
Adults
Households in the United Kingdom and individual household members
Time dimensions: Longitudinal/panel/cohort
Sampling procedures: Two-stage stratified systematic sample: see documentation for details
Method of data collection: Face-to-face interview; Telephone interview; Self-completion
At Wave 9, the survey moved from pen and paper to a Computer Assisted Personal Interview (CAPI) mode of collection.
Weighting: Weighting used. See documentation for details (Volume A)

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INDUSTRIESINFLATIONINFORMATION SOURCES
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OLD PEOPLE'S CLUBSONE-PARENT FAMILIESORGANIZATIONS
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PARENTAL ROLEPARENTAL SUPERVISIONPARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIP
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PARTNERSHIPS (PERSONAL)PART-TIME EMPLOYMENTPATIENTS
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POLICE SERVICESPOLICE-STUDENT RELATIONSHIPPOLITICAL ALLEGIANCE
POLITICAL ATTITUDESPOLITICAL INTERESTPOLITICAL REPRESENTATION
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WORKING MOTHERSWORKING WOMENWORKPLACE
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Administrative and access information

Date of release:
First edition: 11 December 2009
Latest edition: 16 January 2014 (3rd Edition)
Copyright: Copyright Institute for Social and Economic Research
Access conditions: Registration is required and standard conditions of use apply. The depositor will be informed about usage. Controlled data requirements and conditions also apply. Further information is available from Access to the Secure Lab. In addition, the Service is required to request explicit permission from the data owner prior to providing the researcher with access to the data.
Available to UK HE/FE applicants only.

Please note:
Since these data are more sensitive and/or pose a higher risk of disclosure than data made available under the standard End User Licence or under a Special Licence, they are not available for download but may be accessed through Secure Access. Access requires accreditation as an ESRC Accredited Researcher, completion of face-to-face training, and agreement to the Secure Access User Agreement and the Licence Compliance Policy. This is to ensure that the guarantee of confidentiality given to survey respondents is protected. Applications are screened by the UK Data Archive and the individual or institution having ownership of the data (or their designated authority), and access is only granted to those researchers requiring data for statistical research purposes and who can justify their need for the data. Users who obtain access to these data are also required to read and follow the Microdata Handling and Security: Guide to Good Practice.

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Documentation

Title File Name Size (KB)
UK Data Archive Data Dictionary 6340allfiles_ukda_data_dictionary_3rd_edn.pdf 12680
User documentation for National Grid References 6340a_userguide_ngr.pdf 469
BHPS Geographical Lookup Tables 6340bhps_geographical_lookup_tables.pdf 209
Questionnaires - BHPS Wave 1 6340questionnairesw1.pdf 1516
Questionnaires - BHPS Wave 10 6340questionnairesw10.pdf 1735
Questionnaires - BHPS Wave 11 6340questionnairesw11.pdf 1526
Questionnaires - BHPS Wave 12 6340questionnairesw12.pdf 2335
Questionnaires - BHPS Wave 13 6340questionnairesw13.pdf 2287
Questionnaires - BHPS Wave 14 6340questionnairesw14.pdf 3879
Questionnaires - BHPS Wave 15 6340questionnairesw15.pdf 4366
Questionnaires - BHPS Wave 16 6340questionnairesw16.pdf 2906
Questionnaires - BHPS Wave 17 6340questionnairesw17.pdf 2979
Questionnaires - BHPS Wave 18 6340questionnairesw18.pdf 14607
Questionnaires - BHPS Wave 2 6340questionnairesw2.pdf 1274
Questionnaires - BHPS Wave 3 6340questionnairesw3.pdf 3345
Questionnaires - BHPS Wave 4 6340questionnairesw4.pdf 2467
Questionnaires - BHPS Wave 5 6340questionnairesw5.pdf 2378
Questionnaires - BHPS Wave 6 6340questionnairesw6.pdf 1616
Questionnaires - BHPS Wave 7 6340questionnairesw7.pdf 1551
Questionnaires - BHPS Wave 8 6340questionnairesw8.pdf 1101
Questionnaires - BHPS Wave 9 6340questionnairesw9.pdf 2086
User Guide Volume A: Introduction, Technical Report and Appendices 6340userguide_vola.pdf 9511
Study information and citation UKDA_Study_6340_Information.htm 6
READ File read6340.htm 13

Publications

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By principal investigator(s):
Buck, N. (1990) 'The British Household Panel Study' ESRC Data Archive Bulletin, 46, September.

Buck, N. et al. (eds.) (1994) Changing households: the British Household Panel Survey 1990-1992, Colchester: ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, University of Essex.

ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change (1991) British Household Panel Study questionnaire mainstage wave one, Technical Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Technical Paper 1. Colchester: University of Essex.

ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change (1991) British Household Panel Study interviewer instructions mainstage wave one, Technical Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Technical Paper 2. Colchester: University of Essex.

ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change (1991) British Household Panel Study technical report mainstage wave one, Technical Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Technical Paper 3. Colchester: University of Essex.

ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change (1992) British Household Panel Study questionnaire mainstage wave two, Technical Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Technical Paper 4. Colchester: University of Essex.

Taylor, M.F., Prentice, E. (with J. Brice) (1992) British Household Panel Study wave one: outline of the BHPS documentation system, Technical Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Technical Paper 5. Colchester: University of Essex.

British Household Panel Study questionnaire mainstage wave three, (1994) Technical Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Technical Paper 6. Colchester: University of Essex.

British Household Panel Study technical report mainstage wave two, (1994) Technical Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Technical Paper 7. Colchester: University of Essex.

Hildreth, A.K.G. and Tremlett, N. (1994) Panel study of manufacturing establishments: first stage, Technical Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Technical Paper 8. Colchester: University of Essex.

British Household Panel Study questionnaire mainstage wave four, (1994) Technical Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Technical Paper 9. Colchester: University of Essex.

British Household Panel Study technical report mainstage three, (1995) Technical Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Technical Paper 10. Colchester: University of Essex.

British Household Panel Study questionnaire mainstage wave five, (1995) Technical Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Technical Paper 11. Colchester: University of Essex.

British Household Panel Study questionnaire mainstage wave six, (1996) Technical Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Technical Paper 12. Colchester: University of Essex.

Halpin, B. (1997) Unified BHPS work-life histories: combining multiple sources into a user-friendly format, Technical Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Technical Paper 13, Colchester: University of Essex.

Rose, D. et al, (1991) Micro-social change in Britain: an outline of the role and objectives of the British Household Panel Study, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Working Paper 1. Colchester: University of Essex.

Rose, D., Buck, N. and Corti, L. (1991) Design issues in the British Household Panel Study, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Working Paper 2. Colchester: University of Essex.

Coxon, A.P.M. (ed.) (1991) Sample design issues in a panel survey: the case of the British Household Panel Study, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Working Paper 3. Colchester: University of Essex.

Kemp, G. (1991) The use of panel data in econometric analysis: a survey, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Working Paper 4. Colchester: University of Essex.

Laurie, H. (1991) Methodological issues in the study of household allocative systems, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Working Paper 5. Colchester: University of Essex.

Rose, D. and Laurie, H. (1991) Household allocative systems, gender and class analysis, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Working Paper 6. Colchester: University of Essex.

Laurie, H. and Sullivan, O. (1991) Combining qualitative and quantitative data in the longitudinal study of household allocations, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Working Paper 7. Colchester: University of Essex.

Scott, J. and Corti, J. (1991) Gender differences in living arrangements, employment and stress: a comparison of Britain and the USA, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Working Paper 8. Colchester: University of Essex.

Scott, J. and Duncombe, J. (1991) A cross-national comparison of gender-role attitudes: is the working mother selfish?, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Working Paper 9. Colchester: University of Essex.

Scott, J. et al. (1991) Visions of the future: a computer content analysis of open ended survey data, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Working Paper 10. Colchester: University of Essex.

Dex, S. (1991) The reliability of recall data: a literature review, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Working Paper 11. Colchester: University of Essex.

Shorrocks, A.F. (1992) Spell incidence, spell duration and the measurement of unemployment, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Working Paper 12. Colchester: University of Essex.

Corti, L. and Clissold, K.M, (1992) Response contamination by third parties in a household interview survey, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Working Paper 13. Colchester: University of Essex.

Dex, S. and Laurie, H. (1992) Comparative analysis using large scale national data sources of women's employment, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Working Paper 14. Colchester: University of Essex.

Alwin, D.F. and Scott, J. (1992) Rooms, relatives and relationships: household density and mental health, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change. Working Paper 15. Colchester: University of Essex.

Buck, N. and Scott, J. (1992) She's leaving home: but why? An analysis of young people leaving the parental home, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Working Paper 16. Colchester: University of Essex.

Buck, N. (1992) Social polarisation in Britain and Germany: the impacts of household and labour market change, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Working Paper 17. Colchester: University of Essex.

Scott, J. and Zac, L. (1992) Generations, collective memory and events in Europe, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Working Paper 18. Colchester: University of Essex.

Buck, N. and Scott, J. (1992) Modelling household dissolution: an event history analysis of young people leaving home, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Working Paper 19. Colchester: University of Essex.

Shorrocks, A.F. (1992) On the Hart measure of income mobility, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Working Paper 20. Colchester: University of Essex.

Rose, D. et al, (1992) Micro-social change in Britain: current and future research using the British Household Panel Survey, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Working Paper 21. Colchester: University of Essex.

Clark, A. (1992) Job satisfaction and gender: why are women so happy at work?, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-social Change, Working Paper 22. Colchester: University of Essex.

Campanelli, P.C. and Corti, L. (1993) Methodological issues in the design of the British Household Panel Study, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-social Change, Working Paper 23. Colchester: University of Essex.

Dex, S. (1993) Labour mobility in a household perspective, Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-social Change, Working Paper 24. Colchester: University of Essex.

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