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The Scottish Household Survey is used extensively for a number of research purposes. This page provides an overview of the main uses we are aware of.
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Social Focus Reports
Exploring Dimensions of Social Capital in Scotland October 2012 The purpose of this report is to explore whether different groups in society experience different levels of social capital. Does where you live affect the strength of your social networks? Are older or younger people more likely to benefit from having strong links with other people in their community? And are people who are already socio-economically disadvantaged further disadvantaged by having lower levels of social capital and therefore fewer resources to draw upon?
Providing short analysis of particular areas of research interest, produced between 1999 and 2002.
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