Solicitors and the Wider Community, 1975-1976


Creators: Podmore, David
Keywords: Age, Businesses, Community Behaviour, Degrees, Employment History, Job Description, Membership, Mothers, Occupations, Partnerships (Business), Political Allegiance, Professional Associations, Roles, State Legal Aid, Universities, Associations, Career Development, Companies, Educational Background, Fathers, Law Education, Midlands, Occupational Choice, Parliamentary Candidates, Personnel, Political Interest, Qualifications, Socio-Economic Status, Subsidiary Employment, Voluntary Welfare Organisations, Attitudes, Clubs, Courts, Election Campaigns, Hours of Work, Local Government, Military Service, Occupational Status, Participation, Place of Birth, Political Participation, Residential Mobility, Solicitors, Telex
Divisions: College of Business and Social Sciences > School of Social Sciences and Humanities > Sociology and Policy
Data Publisher: UK Data Archive
Date Made Available: 1 January 1981
Collection period:
February 1975March 1976
Data Collection and Processing Methods: Simple random sample; One-stage stratified or systematic random sample. A simple random sample was used for business solicitors. A stratified random sample was drawn from the 1973 Law List for private practitioners.
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