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John Curtice, Scottish Centre for Social Research Anne Ellaway, MRC Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, Glasgow University Chris Robertson, Health Protection Scotland and Strathclyde University George Morris, Health Protection Scotland Gwen Allardice, Health Protection Scotland and Strathclyde University Ruth Robertson, Health Protection Scotland Scottish Executive Social Research 2005
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARYCHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTIONCHAPTER TWO: THE INCIDENCE OF INCIVILITIESAsking about incivilities Incidence of commonplace incivilities Co-occurrence Less commonplace incivilities Potential incivilities Incidence of incivilities and happiness with area Conclusion CHAPTER THREE: WHO EXPERIENCES INCIVILITY?Social variation in commonplace incivilities Social variation in aggregated incivilities Social variation in the incidence of less commonplace incivilities Social variation in worry about potential incivilities Conclusion Appendix to Chapter Three CHAPTER FOUR: ARE ENVIRONMENTAL INCIVILITIES IMPORTANT FOR HEALTH?Psychosocial health and the local environment Multivariate analysis Conclusions CHAPTER FIVE: INCIVILITIES AND COMMUNITY COHESIONIncivilities and social trust Incivilities and fatalism about local neighbourhood Incivilities and fear of crime Multivariate analysis Conclusion CHAPTER SIX: CONCLUSIONAn index of local environmental quality ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSREFERENCESANNEX 1: TECHNICAL DETAILS OF THE SURVEYBackground to the survey Sample design, fieldwork and response Analysis variables Analysis techniques References ANNEX TWO: SURVEY QUESTIONS AND RESPONSESFace to face survey Self-completion supplement
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