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Attitudes to Discrimination in Scotland

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ATTITUDES TO DISCRIMINATION IN SCOTLAND

REFERENCES

Bromley, C., Curtice, J., Hinds, K. and Park, A. (2003) Devolution - Scottish Answers to Scottish Questions?, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Bryman, A. and Cramer, D. (1997), Quantitative Data Analysis, London: Routledge.

Crompton, R., Brockmann, M. and Wiggins, R. (2003 forthcoming) 'Women's employment, gender roles and work-life balance', in A. Park, J. Curtice, K. Thomson, L. Jarvis, and C. Bromley (eds.), British Social Attitudes: the 20 th Report, London: Sage.

Evans, G. (2002) 'In search of tolerance', in A. Park, J. Curtice,, K. Thomson, L. Jarvis, and C. Bromley (eds.), British Social Attitudes: the 19 th Report, London: Sage.

General Register Office for Scotland (2003), Scotland's Census 2001 Edinburgh: Stationary Office

Kennedy, B. P., Kawachi, I., Lochner, K., Jones, C. P., and Prothrow-Smith, D. (1997) (Dis)respect and Black Mortality, Ethnic and Disease, 7, 207-14.

Park, A. (2002) 'Scotland's morals', in J. Curtice, D. McCrone, A. Park, and L. Paterson, New Scotland, New Society?, Edinburgh: Polygon.

System Three (2001), Scoping Study for a National Survey of Scotland's Minority Ethnic Populations, Edinburgh: Scottish Executive Central Research Unit. Available at http://www.scotland.gov.uk/cru/kd01/red/minethnic-00.asp.