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Arts & Culture Research Publications

Due to Scottish Government web publishing system changes in early 2012 this publication listing no longer generates automatically with more recent research reports. Further 2012 and 2013 social research reports have been manually added.

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09/08/2013

Healthy Attendance? The Impact of Cultural Engagement and Sports Participation on Health and Satisfaction with Life in Scotland

Data from the Scottish Household Survey 2011 has been used to statistically explore the relationship between taking part in cultural and sporting activities, attending cultural places and key quality of life measures in Scotland. This report presents the findings of the analysis of this relationship.

05/03/2012

We are Community Builders, Part of the Fabric": A Review of Community Radio – Research Findings

This report summarises research conducted by the Scottish Government into community radio provision in Scotland. It also looks at community radio in the UK and abroad.

05/03/2012

We are Community Builders, Part of  the Fabric": A Review of Community Radio

This Scottish Government report provides an overview of community radio in the UK and abroad. It also outlines findings from research into community radio provision in Scotland specifically.

 

Date Publication Description
   
06/01/2012 Digital Participation in Scotland: A Review of the Evidence This report provides the findings of a review of data sources on digital participation and a review of evidence on the barriers to participation.
06/01/2012 Digital Participation in Scotland: A Review of the Evidence - Research Findings This report provides the findings of a review of data sources on digital participation and a review of evidence on the barriers to participation.
18/08/2011 Attitudes Towards the Gaelic Language This report presents the findings of a survey designed to obtain the views of adults in Scotland towards Gaelic, its use and perceptions of its value as a language in Scotland today.
18/08/2011 Attitudes Towards the Gaelic Language - Research Findings This Research Findings presents the results of a survey designed to obtain the views of adults in Scotland towards Gaelic, its use and perceptions of its value as a language in Scotland today.
16/03/2011 Evaluation of Big Noise, Sistema Scotland The evaluation of the process and outcomes achieved to date by Big Noise Children’s Orchestra in the Raploch Estate in Stirling.
16/03/2011 Evaluation of Big Noise, Sistema Scotland - Research Findings The evaluation of the process and outcomes achieved to date by Big Noise Children’s Orchestra in the Raploch Estate in Stirling.
09/03/2011 Cultural Consumption in Scotland Analysis of SHS Culture Module data, exploring different 'types' of cultural consumers and the influences on such consumption.
17/12/2010 Child's play - The links between childhood encouragement to participate in and attend cultural activities and corresponding adult participation and attendance in arts and culture - Research Findings This analysis was undertaken in-house within the Scottish Government by using large scale data from the 2007/8 Scottish Household Survey Culture (and Sport) Module. It explores the role of childhood encouragement to participate in and attend cultural activities in promoting cultural participation and attendance in adult life.
17/12/2010 Child's play: The links between childhood encouragement and adult engagement in arts and culture. Evidence from the Scottish Household Survey Culture Module 2007/8 This analysis was undertaken in-house within the Scottish Government by using large scale data from the 2007/8 Scottish Household Survey Culture (and Sport) Module. It explores the role of childhood encouragement to participate in and attend cultural activities in promoting cultural participation and attendance in adult life.
01/02/2010 Public Attitudes to Broadcasting 2009 - Research Findings This Research Findings provides key findings from a survey on public attitudes to broadcasting in Scotland, which follows a previous survey carried out 18 months before. The Findings report on any changes in attitudes on broadcasting from the previous survey, views on a proposed new digital channel in Scotland, and views of the Scottish population towards radio broadcasting.