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Individual and local area factors associated with self-reported wellbeing, perceived social cohesion and sense of attachment to one’s community : analysis of the Understanding Society Survey.

Curtis, Sarah and Congdon, Peter and Atkinson, Sarah and Corcoran, Rhiannon and MaGuire, Rosie and Peasgood, Tessa (2019) 'Individual and local area factors associated with self-reported wellbeing, perceived social cohesion and sense of attachment to one’s community : analysis of the Understanding Society Survey.', Project Report. What Works Centre for Wellbeing.

Abstract

The findings reported here are from an analysis of data from the Understanding Society Survey (USS) which follows a large sample of people from across Britain over time. This study was undertaken to examine questions likely to be especially relevant for those working in the field of public health intelligence, using small area statistics to identify localities where interventions may particularly need to be targeted in order to reduce inequalities in wellbeing across England.

Item Type:Monograph (Project Report)
Additional Information:This report is based on research carried out as part of the What Works for Wellbeing: Communities project, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.
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Publisher Web site:https://whatworkswellbeing.org/our-work/community/
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Date deposited:14 June 2019
Date of first online publication:31 January 2019
Date first made open access:23 September 2019

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