The Scottish Social Survey Network provides a forum for demonstrating methods and applications of social survey research analysis in Scotland. The network co-ordinates a programme of Master Classes and Seminars relating to the analysis of social surveys (flyer).
Site structure: (including links to materials / slides from previous meetings) (version 1, 20/9/2007)
[SSSN Seminar: 28th January 2010, Stirling]
[SSSN Master Class: 25th March 2010, Stirling]
[SSSN Seminar: 25th March 2010, Stirling]
Seminar 9: Thursday 28th January 2010, University of Stirling, 3-5pm
Religiosity of Turks in Europe
Department of Sociology, University of Essex
Researching national identities among minorities in Scotland and the UK:
Promise and problems?
School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh
Those attending this research seminar might also be interested in a preceding 'Expert Workshop' on the topic of 'Data on Ethnicity in Social Survey Research', which is being run by the DAMES research node - see its workshop pages.
Other meetings of the network are yet to be confirmed but provisional plans are in place for:
Further details will be added soon...
Master Class 6: Missing data and multiple imputation
1000-1700hrs, Thursday 19th November 2009
Master Class 6
Missing data and Multiple Imputation
Dr James Carpenter, Reader in Medical and Social Statistics, London School of Hygene and Tropical Medicine
Further details on the Master Class
Seminar 8: Analysis of fertility and family formation
3-5pm, Friday 27th November 2009
Talk 1 :
Multilevel event history modelling of birth intervals
Prof. Fiona Steele , Centre for Multilevel Modelling, University of Bristol
The relationship between fertility and migration in Africa
Ligaya Batten, Centre for Population Studies, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and African Population and Health Research Center, Nairobi, Kenya
Scottish Social Survey Network
The network will organise a series of Master classes and seminars over the course of 2007-2010.
The master classes will be led by international experts in the field of social survey data analysis. Venues for the master classes will move around Scotland.
We actively encourage researchers within the network to volunteer to present their work at meetings. Seminars will ordinarily run for two hours and feature two related papers – usually, one applied substantive paper, and one with a methodological focus in a related field. Seminars will ordinarily be held on Thursdays (3-5pm). Usual dates for the seminars will be January, May, September and December each year, though there is some flexibility.
- ESRC Researcher Development Initiative
- ESRC National Centre for Research Methods
- Longitudinal Data Analysis for Social Science Researchers
- Practical Exemplars in the Analysis of Surveys (PEAS)
- Longitudinal Studies Centre Scotland (LSCS)
- Applied Quantitative Methods Network in Scotland (AQMEN)
- Data: UK Data Archive / Edinburgh Data Library / CASCOT / ONS Data Guides / ESDS
- Software: SPSS / Stata / R / QV
- Meetings - travel within Scotland: [Traveline Scotland / Multimap]
- Proceedings of seminar: The UK National Strategy for Data Resources and its Implications for Scotland
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