This project was undertaken to examine the nature of problems that consumers experienced when buying items and services.
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ONS commissioned this feasibility study to understand whether and how a survey on child abuse could be run in future.
Assessing the effectiveness of front-of-pack labelling on food using an experimental design.
Survey research and qualitative depth interviews to explore the effects of the pandemic on people aged 50-70.
An evaluation of the pilot programme ‘Placing an advisory teacher in children’s social care’
Qualitative scoping work to inform the development of the third wave of the Youth Obesity Policy Survey
This study is the third in a series of repeat qualitative studies with 11-19-year olds across the UK conducted by ScotCen.
Looking at how social and political attitudes have evolved during the course of the pandemic.
Any change in mode, or modes, involves complex trade-offs regarding representation, measurement, time and cost which we can help to navigate.
We were commissioned by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) to evaluate Action Access.
This secondary analysis project investigates the perceptions of the harms and benefits of e-cigarettes, and how they differ amongst adults in England.