Session:Tuesday 8th July AM (10.00 - 12.45)
Title:Using Secondary Analysis to Research Individual Behaviour
Convenor: Dr Rachel Aldred (University of Westminster)

Abstract Details

This session beings together the work of projects funded under the ESRC Secondary Data Analysis initiative, exploring a range of methodological innvovations and challenges. Five presentations will cover different ways in which projects have used existing data (both qualitative and quantitative) to better understand individual behaviour, including potential for behaviour change.

Presentation downloads

Susan Banducci Advancing Understanding in News Information, Political Knowledge and Media Systems Research
Genevieve Knight On the job training and accounting for endogeneity using BHPS longitudinal data

The level of the session is: Accessible

Presentation details

There will be a coffee break from 10.45 - 11.15

Presentation 1
Start time: 10:00
Presentation title:Using data from Understanding Society to analyse pro-environmental behaviour
Author: Professor Peter Lynn (University of Essex)
Presentation 2
Start time: 10:25
Presentation title:Using secondary analysis of qualitative data to model cycle commuting
Authors: Dr James Woodcock (University of Cambridge)
Dr Rachel Aldred (University of Westminster)
Presentation 3
Start time: 11:15
Presentation title:Using advanced statistical techniques to track developmental trajectories of risky driving behaviour
Authors: Dr Damien Poulter (University of Greenwich)
Dr Gabriela Roman (University of Greenwich)
Presentation 4
Start time: 11:40
Presentation title:On the job training and accounting for endogeneity using BHPS longitudinal data
Authors: Dr Genevieve Knight (Policy Studies Institute, University of Westminster)
Dr Michael White (Policy Studies Institute, University of Westminster)
Presentation 5
Start time: 12:05
Presentation title:Advancing understanding in news information, political knowledge and media systems research
Author: Professor Susan Banducci (Exeter University)