Catalogue

UK Data Service data catalogue record for:

Next Steps: Sweeps 1-7, 2004-2010: Secure Access

Title details

SN: 7104
Title: Next Steps: Sweeps 1-7, 2004-2010: Secure Access
Alternative title: First Longitudinal Study of Young People in England; LSYPE1
Persistent identifier: 10.5255/UKDA-SN-7104-3
Series: Next Steps (formerly the Longitudinal Study of Young People in England (LSYPE1)) [Next Steps, 2004- : Secure Access]
Depositor: University College London. UCL Institute of Education. Centre for Longitudinal Studies
Principal investigator(s): University College London. UCL Institute of Education. Centre for Longitudinal Studies
Data collector(s): NatCen Social Research
Sponsor(s): Economic and Social Research Council
Grant number: ES/L000164/1
Other acknowledgements: Prior to 2013, the study was sponsored by the Department for Education, the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and Department for Work and Pensions. The Principal Investigators of the study before 2013 were the Department for Education and NatCen Social Research, with fieldwork conducted by BMRB Social Research, GfK NOP and Ipsos MORI. From 2013 onwards, Next Steps has been funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. The Centre for Longitudinal Studies is responsible for the study and data collection at sweep 8 is conducted by NatCen Social Research.

Citation

The citation for this study is:

University College London. UCL Institute of Education. Centre for Longitudinal Studies. (2017). Next Steps: Sweeps 1-7, 2004-2010: Secure Access. [data collection]. 3rd Edition. UK Data Service. SN: 7104, http://doi.org/10.5255/UKDA-SN-7104-3

Select the text above to add data citation in your outputs.

Select citation format: 
XML citation formats:  CSL  EndNote

Subject Categories

Child development and child rearing - Social stratification and groupings
Family life and marriage - Social stratification and groupings
Higher and further - Education
Primary, pre-primary and secondary - Education
Social attitudes and behaviour - Society and culture
Youth - Social stratification and groupings

Abstract

Abstract copyright UK Data Service and data collection copyright owner.

Next Steps, previously known as the 'Longitudinal Study of Young People in England' (LSYPE1), follows the lives of around 16,000 people born in 1989-90 in England. There have been eight sweeps of the study so far, between 2004 and 2016.

The study began in 2004 and included young people in Year 9 who attended state and independent schools in England. Following the initial survey at age 13-14, the cohort members were interviewed every year until 2010, when they were aged 19-20, to map their journeys from compulsory schooling to university, training and, ultimately, entry into the labour market. The survey over the past seven sweeps (2004-2010) has thus mainly focused on the educational and early labour market experiences of young people, but also included diverse information on aspects of their lives including social participation and attitudes, risky-, crime- and anti-social behaviours, health and wellbeing, family formation, and aspirations for the future. The survey data has also been linked to the National Pupil Database (NPD) records, including cohort members' individual scores at Key Stage 2, 3 and 4.

Interviews for the first four sweeps were conducted face-to-face, and young people were interviewed along with their parents. At Sweeps 5 to 7, a mixed mode approach was introduced and respondents – the young person only - could complete the interview online, over the telephone, or face-to-face.

The first seven sweeps of the study (2004-2010) were funded and managed by the Department for Education (DfE). In 2013 the management of Next Steps was transferred to the Centre for Longitudinal Studies (CLS) at the UCL Institute of Education. Further information for the first seven sweeps may be found on the DfE iLSYPE webpage and in the documentation accompanying the data deposit.

In 2015 Next Steps was restarted, under the management of CLS, to find out how the lives of the cohort members have turned out at age 25. The eighth sweep of the study took place between August 2015 and September 2016 with the fieldwork carried out by NatCen Social Research. The Next Steps age 25 survey was aimed at increasing the understanding of the lives of the young adults growing up today, and in particular the transitions out of education and into early adult life. It maintained the strong focus on education, but the content was broadened to become a more multi-disciplinary research resource. Data was collected about cohort members' education and job training, employment and economic circumstances, housing and family life, physical and emotional health, and identity and participation. A wide range of administrative data linkage consents were collected covering health, education, economics and criminal behaviour. The collection of the data involved a sequential mixed-mode design. Participants were first invited to participate online, non-responders were then contacted by telephone and face-to-face interview afterwards.

The age 25 survey sample design comprised contacting all cohort members who had ever taken part in any of the previous sweeps of the study (except those who had given a clear refusal or are ineligible). Further information for Sweep 8 of Next Steps may be found on the CLS website.

Secure Access datasets:
Secure Access versions of Next Steps have more restrictive access conditions than versions available under the standard End User Licence (see 'Access' section below).

Secure Access versions of the Next Steps include:
  • sensitive variables, such as specialist school type and pupil level achievement data, and National Pupil Database (NPD) linked variables are available under SN 7104. These are currently for sweeps 1-7.
  • detailed geographic indicators for Sweep 1 and Sweep 8 (2001 Census Boundaries) are available under SN 8189 and geographic indicators for Sweep 8 (2011 Census Boundaries) are available under SN 8190. The Sweep 1 geography file was previously held under SN 7104.
When researchers are approved/accredited to access the Secure Access version of Next Steps, the End User Licence version of the study (SN 5545) will be automatically provided alongside.

For the third edition (June 2017), sweeps 1-7 were redeposited with changed serial numbers. The change has been made to improve the security of the data and increase safeguards on the confidentiality of cohort members; see the study document 'Notification of Change of Serial Numbers'. There are currently no Secure Access sensitive variables available for Sweep 8. However Sweep 8 geographic indicators are available under SNs 8189 and 8190.

Main Topics:
Questionnaires for Sweeps 1 to 4 gathered information on:
  • the young person's family background
  • parental socio-economic status
  • personal characteristics
  • attitudes, experiences and behaviours
  • attainment in education
  • parental employment
  • income and family environment as well as local deprivation
  • the school(s) the young person attends/has attended
  • the young person's post-16 plans
The questionnaire for Sweeps 5, 6 and 7 consisted of two modules:
  • Household Information Module: included questions on the young person's household situation and details of any persons living with them
  • Young Person Module: topics included demographics, attitudes to local area, activity history and current activity, jobs and training, qualifications being studied, higher education, attitudes to work and debt, childcare and caring responsibilities, young people Not in Education Employment or Training (NEET), Apprenticeships, information, advice and guidance, risk behaviours, relationships and sexuality, and own children.
The additional 'Monthly Main Activity' dataset takes responses to the Activity History section of the questionnaire at Sweeps Four to Seven and synthesises this information into variables that represent a monthly time series running from September 2006 (two months after the respondents completed compulsory education) until May 2010 (the first month of interviews for Sweep Seven). For each of the 45 months in this period, this file contains the respondent's derived 'main' activity which is classified as one of Education, Employment, Apprenticeship/Training or Unemployed/Inactive (NEET).

In order to deal with the large number of variables in the study, the dataset has been split into more manageable subsets based on the type of respondent being examined and the source of the information. More information on the composition of each sweep of the study and how to link data from different sweeps together can be found in the User Guide.

The Secure Access version of the study includes sensitive variables covering the following topics:

Family background:
  • Sweep 1: qualifications of parents
  • Sweep 2: social security benefits and pensions, qualifications of parents
  • Sweep 3: young person in care
  • Sweep 4: qualifications of parents, ethnic group of parents, other languages spoken in household
  • Sweep 5: household size and housing tenure/type for young person, parents' age and employment
History:
  • Sweep 4: young persons' birth history and residence in the UK
Young person:
  • Sweep 1: ethnic group, disabilities
  • Sweep 2: disabilities
  • Sweep 3: sources of income
  • Sweep 4: special education needs, ethnic group, behaviour, child care arrangements for young person and young person's children, studies and qualifications, educational grant applications
  • Sweep 5: fields of study, qualifications, career aspirations, difficulties finding job, occupation, benefits claimed, child care arrangements
  • Sweep 6: fields of study, qualifications, reasons for not going to university, wages/income, benefits claimed, health problems, contraception used, sexuality, child bearing, child care arrangements
  • Sweep 7: applying for higher education, studies and qualifications, training, apprenticeships, gap years, careers advice, starting to work, employment, wages, unemployment, difficulties finding job, health problems, sexual behaviour, living with parents, recreational drug use, bullying, child care arrangements, benefits claimed

Coverage, universe, methodology

Time period: March 2004 - October 2010
Dates of fieldwork: Sweep 1: 30 March - 19 October 2004. Sweep 2: 18 April - 18 September 2005. Sweep 3: 21 April - 28 September 2006. Sweep 4: 12 June - 14 October 2007. Sweep 5: 3 June - 28 October 2008. Sweep 6: 12 May - 14 October 2009. Sweep 7: 18 May - 12 October 2010.
Country: England
Spatial units: Government Office Regions
Observation units: Individuals
Families/households
Kind of data: Numeric data
Individual (micro) level
Universe: National
The study population consists of young people who were in Year 9 in English state and independent schools and pupil referral units in February 2004. Cohort members were born between 1st September 1989 and 31st August 1990.
Time dimensions: Longitudinal/panel/cohort
Data from Sweeps 1 to 7 are included at present.
Sampling procedures: Multi-stage stratified random sample
See documentation for further details.
Number of units: 15,770 households were included at Sweep 1. At Sweep 4, 352 ethnic boost interviews were added, taking the total number of cohort members who had taken part to 16,122.
Method of data collection: Face-to-face interview; Telephone interview; Self-completion
Web-based survey
Weighting: Weighting used. See documentation for details.

Thesaurus search on keywords

View keywords... Hide keywords...
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTACCOUNTING
ADVANCED LEVEL EXAMINATIONSADVANCED LEVEL EXAMINATIONSADVANCED SUPPLEMENTARY LEVEL EXAMINATIONS
ADVANCED SUPPLEMENTARY LEVEL EXAMINATIONSAGEAGE
ALCOHOLISMAPPRENTICESHIPASPIRATION
ATTENDANCEATTENDANCEBIRTH CONTROL METHODS
BIRTH WEIGHTBONUS PAYMENTSBULLYING
BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION COUNCIL AWARDSCAREERS GUIDANCECARERS' BENEFITS
CERTIFICATE OF SECONDARY EDUCATIONCERTIFICATE OF SIXTH YEAR STUDIESCHILD BEHAVIOUR
CHILD CARECHILD DAY CARECHILDBIRTH
CHILDREN IN CARECHILDRENCHILDREN
CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON INSTITUTE AWARDSCLASSROOM ASSISTANTSCOMPREHENSIVE SCHOOLS
COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOLSCOMPUTER SCIENCE EDUCATIONCOOKING SKILLS
DEATH ALLOWANCESDEGREESDEGREES
DISABILITIESDRIVING LICENCESDRUG ABUSE
ECONOMIC ACTIVITYEDUCATIONAL ADMISSIONEDUCATIONAL ATTENDANCE
EDUCATIONAL ATTENDANCEEDUCATIONAL CERTIFICATESEDUCATIONAL CERTIFICATES
EDUCATIONAL COURSESEDUCATIONAL COURSESEDUCATIONAL FEES
EDUCATIONAL FEESEDUCATIONAL GRANTSEDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONSEDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIESEDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
EDUCATIONAL STANDARDSEDUCATIONAL STANDARDSEDUCATIONAL STATUS
EDUCATIONAL STATUSEDUCATIONAL TESTSEDUCATIONAL TESTS
EMPLOYEESEMPLOYMENTENGLAND
ENGLANDENGLISH (LANGUAGE)ENGLISH (LANGUAGE)
ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATIONENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATIONETHNIC GROUPS
ETHNIC GROUPSEXAMINATIONSEXAMINATIONS
FAMILY BENEFITSFIELDS OF STUDYFURTHER EDUCATION
FURTHER EDUCATIONGAP YEARGENDER
GENDERGENERAL CERTIFICATE OF SECONDARY EDUCATIONGENERAL CERTIFICATE OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
GENERAL NATIONAL VOCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONGENERAL NATIONAL VOCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONHAIRDRESSING AND BEAUTY SERVICES EDUCATION
HEALTH EDUCATIONHIGHER EDUCATIONHIGHER EDUCATION
HIGHER NATIONAL CERTIFICATE/DIPLOMAHIGHER NATIONAL CERTIFICATE/DIPLOMAHOURS OF WORK
HOUSEHOLDSHOUSING BENEFITSHOUSING TENURE
HOUSINGILL HEALTHINCOME
INCOME-RELATED BENEFITSINDUSTRIESINFANTS
JOB HUNTINGJOB SEEKER'S ALLOWANCEKEY SKILLS
LANGUAGES USED AT HOMELITERACY AND NUMERACY EDUCATIONLOCAL TAX BENEFITS
MANAGEMENT TRAININGMARITAL STATUSMATERNITY BENEFITS
MATERNITY PAYMATHEMATICS EDUCATIONMATHEMATICS EDUCATION
MEDICAL CAREMENTAL DISORDERSMISCARRIAGE
NATIONAL VOCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONNATIONAL VOCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONNURSING EDUCATION
OCCUPATIONAL QUALIFICATIONSOCCUPATIONAL QUALIFICATIONSOCCUPATIONAL TRAINING
OCCUPATIONAL TRAININGOCCUPATIONSOLD AGE BENEFITS
ORDINARY LEVEL EXAMINATIONSORDINARY LEVEL EXAMINATIONSORDINARY NATIONAL CERTIFICATE/DIPLOMA
PENSIONSPLACE OF BIRTHPLACE OF BIRTH
PLACE OF RESIDENCEPREGNANCYPRE-PRIMARY EDUCATION
PRE-PRIMARY EDUCATIONPRIVATE EDUCATIONPRIVATE EDUCATION
PRIVATE SCHOOLSPRIVATE SCHOOLSQUALIFICATIONS
QUALIFICATIONSREADING (ACTIVITY)READING (ACTIVITY)
RENTED ACCOMMODATIONRENTSSCHOOL DISCIPLINE
SCHOOL DISCIPLINESCHOOL-LEAVING GUIDANCESCHOOL-LEAVING GUIDANCE
SCHOOLSSCHOOLSSCHOOLTEACHERS
SCHOOLTEACHERSSCIENCE EDUCATIONSCIENCE EDUCATION
SCOTTISH CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATIONSECONDARY EDUCATIONSECONDARY EDUCATION
SECONDARY SCHOOL LEAVINGSECONDARY SCHOOL LEAVINGSELECTIVE SCHOOLS
SELECTIVE SCHOOLSSEXUAL BEHAVIOURSEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES
SICK PAYSICKNESS AND DISABILITY BENEFITSSOCIAL FUND
SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITSSPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATIONSPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION
SPORTSPORTSPORTS FACILITIES
SPORTS FACILITIESSPOUSE'S ECONOMIC ACTIVITYSTATE RETIREMENT PENSIONS
STATE SCHOOLSSTATE SCHOOLSSTUDENT LOANS
STUDENT LOANSSTUDENTSSTUDENTS
STUDYSTUDYSURVIVORS' BENEFITS
TEACHER QUALIFICATIONSTERTIARY EDUCATION (SECOND STAGE)TRANSITION FROM SCHOOL TO WORK
TRANSITION FROM SCHOOL TO WORKUNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITSUNEMPLOYMENT
UNIVERSITY COURSESUNIVERSITY COURSESUPPER SECONDARY EDUCATION
UPPER SECONDARY EDUCATIONVOCATIONAL EDUCATION CERTIFICATESVOCATIONAL EDUCATION
VOCATIONAL EDUCATIONWAGESYOUTH TRAINING CERTIFICATE
YOUTHYOUTH

Administrative and access information

Date of release:
First edition: 26 October 2012
Latest edition: 28 June 2017 (3rd Edition)
Copyright: Copyright Centre for Longitudinal Studies
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.

Availability: UK Data Service
Contact: Get in touch

Documentation

Title File Name Size (KB)
UK Data Archive Data Dictionary (all files) 7104_codebook.xls 2244
User Guide 7104lsype_user_guide_wave_1_to_wave_7.pdf 1583
Notification of Change of Serial Numbers 7104notification_of_change_of_serial_numbers_next_steps_may2017.pdf 165
Removing NPD data information 7104removing_data_where_respondents_dropped_out.pdf 373
Wave 5 documentation 7104wave_five_documentation.pdf 2670
Wave 4 documentation 7104wave_four_documentation.pdf 2145
Wave 1 documentation 7104wave_one_documentation.pdf 1410
Wave 7 documentation 7104wave_seven_documentation.pdf 2401
Wave 6 documentation 7104wave_six_documentation.pdf 2009
Wave 3 documentation 7104wave_three_documentation.pdf 2191
Wave 2 documentation 7104wave_two_documentation.pdf 4195
Study information and citation UKDA_Study_7104_Information.htm 6
READ File read7104.htm 11

Publications

View publications... Hide publications...

By principal investigator(s):
Lasher, S., and Baker, C. (2015) Bullying: evidence from the longitudinal study of young people in England 2, wave 2, Research Brief, Department for Education. Retrieved December 7, 2015 from https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/476311/Bullying_evidence_from_the_longitudinal_study_of_young_people_in_England_2__wave_2_brief.pdf

Baker, C., et al. (2014) Longitudinal study of young people in England: cohort 2, wave 1, Research Report, Department for Education. Retrieved December 7, 2015 from https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/374649/RR388_-_Longitudinal_study_of_young_people_in_England_cohort_2__wave_1.pdf

Department for Education (2011) Youth Cohort Study and Longitudinal Study of Young People in England: the activities and experiences of 19 year olds: England 2010, Sheffield: Department for Education. Retrieved December 20, 2011 from http://www.education.gov.uk/rsgateway/DB/SBU/b001014/index.shtml

Department for Education (2011) Understanding vulnerable young people: analysis from the Longitudinal Study of Young People in England, Sheffield: Department for Education. Retrieved December 20, 2011 from https://www.education.gov.uk/publications/RSG/AllRsgPublications/Page1/DFE-RR118

Department for Education (2010) Young people and community cohesion: analysis from the Longitudinal Study of Young People in England (LSYPE) – Brief, Sheffield: Department for Education. Retrieved December 20, 2011 from https://www.education.gov.uk/publications/standard/publicationDetail/Page1/DFE-RB033

Department for Education (2010) Youth Cohort Study and Longitudinal Study of Young People in England: the activities and experiences of 18 year olds: England 2009, Sheffield: Department for Education. Retrieved December 20, 2011 from http://www.education.gov.uk/rsgateway/DB/SBU/b000937/index.shtml

Department for Education (2010) Young people's alcohol consumption and its relationship to other outcomes and behaviour, Sheffield: Department for Education. Retrieved December 20, 2011 from https://www.education.gov.uk/publications/RSG/Alcoholdrugssubstancemisuse/Page1/DFE-RR005

Department for Children, Schools and Families (2009) Disengagement from Education among 14-16 year olds, Sheffield: Department for Education. Retrieved December 20, 2011 from https://www.education.gov.uk/publications/RSG/NEET/Page2/DCSF-RR178

Department for Children, Schools and Families (2009) The characteristics of bullying victims in schools, Sheffield: Department for Education. Retrieved December 20, 2011 from https://www.education.gov.uk/publications/RSG/publicationDetail/Page1/DCSF-RBX-09-14

Department for Children, Schools and Families (2009) Youth Cohort Study and Longitudinal Study of Young People in England: the activities and experiences of 17 year olds: England 2008, Sheffield: Department for Education. Retrieved December 20, 2011 from http://www.education.gov.uk/rsgateway/DB/SBU/b000850/index.shtml

Department for Children, Schools and Families (2009) Drivers and barriers to educational success - evidence from the Longitudinal Study of Young People in England, Sheffield: Department for Education. Retrieved December 20, 2011 from https://www.education.gov.uk/publications/standard/publicationDetail/Page1/DCSF-RR102

Department for Children, Schools and Families (2009) A strategy for handling missing data in the Longitudinal Study of Young People in England (LSYPE), Sheffield: Department for Education. Retrieved December 20, 2011 from https://www.education.gov.uk/publications/standard/publicationDetail/Page1/DCSF-RW086

Department for Children, Schools and Families (2008) Youth Cohort Study and Longitudinal Study of Young People in England: the activities and experiences of 16 year olds: England 2007, Sheffield: Department for Education. Retrieved December 20, 2011 from http://www.education.gov.uk/rsgateway/DB/SBU/b000795/index.shtml

Department for Children, Schools and Families (2008) Minority ethnic pupils in the Longitudinal Study of Young People in England: extension report on performance in public examinations at age 16, Sheffield: Department for Education. Retrieved December 20, 2011 from https://www.education.gov.uk/publications/standard/publicationDetail/Page1/DCSF-RR029

Department for Children, Schools and Families (2007) Minority ethnic pupils in the Longitudinal Study of Young People in England (LSYPE), Sheffield: Department for Education. Retrieved December 20, 2011 from https://www.education.gov.uk/publications/standard/publicationDetail/Page1/DCSF-RR002

Resulting from secondary analysis:
Hagger-Johnson, G., Bewick, B.M., Conner, M., O'Connor, D., and Shickle, D. (2012) 'School-related conscientiousness, alcohol drinking, and cigarette smoking in a representative sample of english school pupils', British Journal of Health Psychology, 17(3), pp.644-65.

Hagger-Johnson, G., Bell, S., Britton, A., Cable, N., Conner, M., O'Connor, D.B., Shickle, D., Shelton, N., and Bewick, B. M. (2013) 'Cigarette smoking and alcohol drinking in a representative sample of English school pupils: cross-sectional and longitudinal associations', Preventive Medicine, 56(5), pp.304-08. Crawford, C., Dearden, L. and Greaves, E. (2013) The impact of age within academic year on adult outcomes, IFS Working Papers, W13/07, May. London: Institute for Fiscal Studies. doi: 10.1920/wp.ifs.2013.1307. Retrieved August 19, 2013 from http://www.ifs.org.uk/wps/wp201307.pdf

Hagger-Johnson, G., Taibjee, R., Semlyen, J., Fitchie, I., Fish, J., Meads, C. and Varney, J. (2013) 'Sexual orientation identity in relation to smoking history and alcohol use at age 18/19: cross-sectional associations from the Longitudinal Study of Young People in England (LSYPE)', BMJ Open, 3(8), doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2013-002810

Benton, T. (2013) 'Examining the impact of tiered examinations on the aspirations of young people', Paper presented at the British Educational Research Association Conference, Brighton, September 2013.

Benton. T. (2014) 'Examining the impact of entry level qualifications on educational aspirations', Educational Research, 53(6), pp.259-276. Retrieved January 8, 2015, from http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00131881.2014.934552 Bernardi, F. and Grätz, M. (2015) 'Making up for an unlucky month of birth in school: causal evidence on the compensatory advantage of family background in England', Sociological Science, 2, pp.235-251.

Bowe, A. G. (2015)'Exploring social and psycho-social factors that might help explain the Afro-Caribbean boy underachievement in England', International Journal of Educational Development, 42, pp.73-84.

Bowe, A. G. (2015) 'Risky behavior among Black Caribbean and Black African adolescents in England: how do they compare?', Ethnicity and Health, published online 9 June 2015. doi:10.1080/13557858.2015.1041458

Stockfelt, S. (2017) 'Ethnic variation in higher education participation amongst males in the UK: the mediating effects of attitudes and prior attainment', Studies in Higher Education, published online 21 February 2017. doi:10.1080/03075079.2017.1290061

Syntax/Code

No previously uploaded files

  (login required)

Upload syntax/code file


7104
Next Steps: Sweeps 1-7, 2004-2010: Secure Access

I agree to the terms and conditions *

Confirm new syntax/code file version


A previous version of syntax file "" has already been uploaded and approved.

If you continue with this upload, the previous version of the syntax file will be overwritten with this new version.

This new version of the syntax file will be subject to the UK Data Service approval process before it becomes available for download.

Do you want to continue?

    


Back to top