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Young People And The Media
12 April 2006
Ipsos MORI analysed local and national press for all mentions of children and young people during the week 1-7 August 2005. This project was designed to update similar research carried out in 2004 between 2-8 August. A mix of 17 tabloid, broadsheet and local papers carried a total of 684 "youth" — related articles (in 2004 there were 603). Newspapers studied were: The Sun, The Mirror, The Mail, The Express, The News of the World, The Telegraph, The Times, The Guardian, The Independent, The Evening Standard, The Manchester Evening News, The Glasgow Herald, The Yorkshire Evening Post, The Western Mail, The Birmingham Post, The Eastern Daily Press and The Belfast Telegraph.
Young People And Alcohol Advertising: A Study To Assess The Impact Of Regulatory Change
20 December 2005
This report contains findings from a benchmark wave of quantitative and qualitative research among young people across the UK in 2005 on behalf of Ofcom and the ASA. The study has been designed to assess the impact of regulatory changes in alcohol advertising rules aimed at reducing the appeal of some alcohol advertising to young people under the age of 18 years.
Public Knowledge Of And Attitudes Towards Social Work In Scotland
17 November 2005
In June 2004, Scottish Ministers initiated the first fundamental review of Social Work since the Social Work (Scotland) Act in 1968. The 21st Century Social Work Review, as it is known, was developed with the ultimate aim of improving the service and preparing it for the demands of 21st Century.
Public Concern About ASB And Support For ASBOs
10 June 2005
With renewed focus on restoring respect and the need to tackle anti-social behaviour post- election, a new survey by MORI Social Research Institute provides a gauge of public opinion towards the use of anti-social behaviour orders (ASBOs). The research, launched at a MORI conference on 9th June, with speeches from Nick Pearce, Director of IPPR and Louise Casey, Head of the Anti Social Behaviour Unit for the Home Office, shows:
Young People And Citizenship
15 November 2005
A recent MORI study for the Nestlé Social Research Programme found that fewer than half of young people aged 11-21 say that they would be 'very likely' to vote in the next election if they were old enough to vote (43%).
Crime And Young People
5 January 2005
Young people are more likely to say they have been the victim of a crime in the past 12 months than the rest of the British public, according to research from MORI. The survey, for The Sun, shows half (52%) of people aged 15-17 say they have been the victim of any crime in the past year, compared with two in five (40%) people aged 18-24 and less than a third (30%) of all people aged 16+.
Young People On Edinburgh
27 January 2005
Additional discounts for young people, more work experience and a greater say in decisions that will affect them are what young people in Scotland's capital want according to new research by MORI Scotland.
Connexions Card Evaluation 2002 - 2004
1 February 2005
MORI was responsible for the survey elements of the National Evaluation of the Connexions card, with York Consulting for DfES. The survey elements involved three waves of cross-sectional and longitudinal quantitative studies with young people aged 16-19 years, and three waves of cross-sectional studies with parents, learning providers and discount providers.
Parents 'Work Through School Holidays'
2 November 2004
Today's parents continue much of their daily lives during their children's school summer holidays, according to new research from MORI.
Reviewing 'Positive Futures'
23 February 2005
MORI is in its third year of evaluating and monitoring Positive Futures, which is a social inclusion initiative. The scheme aims to support some of the most at risk young people within England, by engaging them in sport and providing opportunities to access education, training and employment, and to develop key life skills.