Men's Life and Times Research
15 June 2005, ARK (a joint initiative between Queen's University Belfast
and the University of Ulster) will launch its latest report.
Man" reports on data from the 2004 Northern Ireland Life and
Times (NILT) Survey, which records the attitudes of the public in
Northern Ireland to key social issues. The Men's Life and Times module
is the only large-scale random sample survey conducted in Northern
Ireland of attitudes of both men and women to a range of men's issues.
and Times was first undertaken in 2000, and the report looks at changing
attitudes over the intervening four years.
policy areas explored within the report are:
can be downloaded from the ARK
website (www.ark.ac.uk/publications/updates) from Wednesday 15
June. The earlier report ("Men in the Miror" by Steve Biddulph)
presents results from the 2000 Men's Life and Times module.
and Times was part-funded by the Office of the First Minister and
Deputy First Minster. ARK is grateful to The Men's Project within
Parents Advice Centre for their advice on questionnaire content.
On 15 June
2005, ARK will also launch the website for the entire 2004 Life and
Times Survey - see www.ark.ac.uk/nilt/2004
contains tables of results for all questions within the survey, broken
down by sex, age-groups and religion. As well as Men's Life and Times,
the survey asks questions on:
also download the questionnaires, technical notes and the dataset
(in SPSS format).
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