Publication - Research and analysis

Public Acceptability of Data Sharing Between the Public, Private and Third Sectors for Research Purposes

Published: 4 Oct 2013
Part of:
Research
ISBN:
9781782569534

Report of a deliberative research project on the public's attitudes towards data sharing. It focuses particularly on a) the public's opinion about data sharing with the private and third sector; b) the acceptability of different methods for sharing benefits gained from the use of their data; and c) the appeal of different methods for empowering citizens in decision making about the use of their data.

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Contents
Public Acceptability of Data Sharing Between the Public, Private and Third Sectors for Research Purposes
APPENDIX A: PROFILE OF WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS

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APPENDIX A: PROFILE OF WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS

Table1: General public workshops

Location
Criteria Oban Aberdeen Galashiels Glasgow Total
Total attended 25 25 27 28 105
Gender
Men 15 12 11 14 52
Women 10 13 16 14 53
Age
18-34 years old 8 11 10 9 28
35-49 years old 6 7 10 9 32
50 years and over 11 7 7 10 35
Working status
Working 13 16 18 20 67
Not working 12 9 9 8 38
Socio-economic status
Social grades A/B 7 3 4 4 18
Social grades C1/C2 6 11 13 12 42
Social grades D/E 11 11 10 11 43
Religion
Religious identification 24 15 23 23 85
No religious identification 1 10 4 5 20
Disability
Disability 6 9 9 12 36
No disability 19 16 18 16 69
Minority equality groups
Minority ethnic communities 7 7 7 5 26
LGBT people 4 7 5 6 22
Pregnant/child < 1 yr old 1 2 5 5 13

Where numbers do not sum, this is because some participants chose not to provide some information on recruitment

Table 2: LGBT workshop

Criteria Total
Total attended 12
Gender
Men 6
Women 6
Age
18-34 years old 5
35-49 years old 5
50 years and over 2
Working status
Working 9
Not working 3
Socio-economic status
Social grades A/B 6
Social grades C1/C2 7
Social grades D/E 1

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