Life in Britain

Using Millennial Census data to understand poverty, inequality and place

Ben Wheeler, Mary Shaw, Richard Mitchell, and Daniel Dorling

Life in Britain
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Ben Wheeler, Mary Shaw, Richard Mitchell, and Daniel Dorling

Distributed for Policy Press at the University of Bristol

© 2005
Paper $55.00 ISBN: 9781861347732 Published September 2005 For sale in North and South America only
This lively, colourful and innovative pack has been designed specifically for use as a teaching aid and learning resource for students of geography, sociology, social policy and related social science disciplines. With new evidence about the nature of social and geographical divisions in British society, it is also an invaluable resource for policy makers and local authority professionals in areas such as planning, education, housing, poverty and social exclusion.The topics selected are central to themes covered both at undergraduate and A-level and focus on the differences between areas within the UK, highlighting the spatial inequalities and gaps in service provision that the census data have revealed.The pack contains a range of valuable learning materials, including:A summary sheet (A4, 2 pages)10 short reports (A4, 8 pages each):5 full colour A2 posters (photos, text and maps depicting life in contemporary Britain and focusing on housing, poverty, employment, education and health)A technical report (giving the background to the project and details of the analyses)
Summary sheet + 5 A3 posters + technical report + 10 reports: A place in the sun Changing rooms Doctors and nurses Home front Open all hours Sickness and health Sons and daughters Teachers The office Top gear
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