Scottish Social Survey Network

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:

Discussion blog

(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]  




Next meetings:


Seminar 9: Thursday 28th January 2010, University of Stirling, 3-5pm

Talk 1:

Religiosity of Turks in Europe

Ayse Guveli

Department of Sociology, University of Essex


Talk 2:

Researching national identities among minorities in Scotland and the UK:

Promise and problems?

Ross Bond

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...


Recent meetings:



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

Talk slides: ppt / pdf

Talk 2:

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

Talk slides: ppt / pdf




Selected Links





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