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Pople, Larissa; Rees, Gwyther; Main, Gillian; Bradshaw, Jonathan Richard (2015)
Publisher: The Children's Society
Languages: English
Types: Book
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This is the fourth annual Good Childhood Report. It is based on The Children's Society's ongoing research on children's subjective well-being, undertaken in collaboration with the University of York, which is the most extensive programme of national research on children's subjective well-being globally. The purpose of this series of reports is to provide the best available up-to-date information about the perspectives of children in the UK on their lives and well-being.
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    • Source: British Household Panel and then (from 2009) Understanding Society/ BHPS youth survey, combined sample. Aged 11-15. Scope UK. Sample size: varies over time but in Understanding Society Wave C over 3700. Source: Understanding Society survey, children aged 10 to 15, weighted (but conidence intervals do not take account of design efect)
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