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Understanding Society Working Paper Series 2011-01

Geographical identifiers in Understanding Society Version 1

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Publication date

09 Mar 2011

Abstract


A range of geographical identifiers are being made available for Understanding Society which allow researchers to merge external data at different geographical levels to individual’s responses. Examples of geographical identifiers at higher level include country and Government Office Region; at medium level Local Authority Districts and Travel to Work Areas; at lower level Lower Layer Super Output Areas. This paper provides a brief introduction to UK geography, gives an overview of the geo-codes available for use with Understanding Society and provides documentation of the variables.

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Geography and Survey Methodology

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