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Making Sense of Society Blog

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Sexism and Social Media Sarah Castell, Director 19 August 2013 Yes, UK women think society is sexist, and that social media is the natural place to talk about it writes Sarah Castell, Head of Qualitative Methods, in The Huffington Post Sexism and Social Media
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Public spending and the NHS: what do the public think? Dan Wellings, Research Director 3 December 2012 Research Director, Dan Wellings, explores the findings of an Ipsos MORI poll looking at public attitudes towards NHS funding. Public spending and the NHS: what do the public think?
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GP revalidation and public trust Dan Wellings, Research Director 11 October 2012 Revalidation publicity might undermine trust in GPs, Kings Fund and Ipsos MORI warn in their latest article for GP magazine GP revalidation and public trust
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Using access to information to push up standards Dan Wellings, Research Director 29 May 2012 Big Society blog: The Department of Health’s new information strategy aims to use information and new technologies to push up standards of care and improve outcomes for patients - but will it work? Using access to information to push up standards
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Ipsos MORI's work for 'Your Square Mile' Jerry Latter, Research Manager 5 January 2012 Last year, Ipsos MORI helped Your Square Mile, a not-for-profit organisation, to help communities across the UK to empower their residents to make positive changes to their local area Ipsos MORI's work for 'Your Square Mile'
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Why nobody wants to admit they're part of the 1 per cent Sarah Castell, Director 14 November 2011 Following our research for the High Pay Commission, Sarah Castell writes in the New Statesman how a culture of secrecy over executive pay is holding back attempts to tackle inequality. Why nobody wants to admit they're part of the 1 per cent
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Will public opinion eventually turn to support free schools? Gideon Skinner, Head of Political Research 12 September 2011 The first batch of the Government’s flagship free schools are opening their doors for the first time this month and it is clear that their success or failure will be a key benchmark for the Government’s education policy. Will public opinion eventually turn to support free schools?
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Royal Weddings and the Big Society Sarah Castell, Director 6 May 2011 Is Ipsos MORI's Royal Wedding data good news for the Big Society? Royal Weddings and the Big Society
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Big Society and the Co-operative Council John Kennedy, Associate Director 15 February 2011 Friday, 28 January 2011 saw the official launch of Lambeth Council's initiative "Co-operative Council" - a new way of power sharing between citizens and the state. Big Society and the Co-operative Council
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