Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey 1998

Module: Rights of the Child


This page lists the questions asked within the Rights of the Child module in 1998. Clicking on the short variable name printed before every question will bring you to the tables of results for that question. Publications and further information on Rights of the Child can be found on the Rights of the Child Resources page.

Some of these questions were also asked in the Young Life and Times Survey.

TEENVIEW: These days schools encourage teenagers to express their views?

TEENFAIR: Most employers treat young people fairly?

TEEN2CLS: Teenagers are always treated like second class citizens in shops and cafes?

POLTEEN1: None of our politicians are bothered about the problems facing young people in Northern Ireland today?

POLTEEN2: There should be a way to give young people a voice in politics in Northern Ireland?

POLTEEN3: Young people are just not interested in politics in Northern Ireland?

HEARDUNC: Have you ever heard of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child?

SHDMORV: Should young people in Northern Ireland today have more opportunity to express their views?

MORVNOW: Do you think that young people in Northern Ireland today have more opportunity to express their views than young people 20 years ago?

DRGNTBAD: The drug problem in Northern Ireland isn't nearly as bad as some people make out?

DRGAVAIL: It's not hard to get hold of drugs in most schools if you really want to?

TEENEDRG: The best people to educate teenagers about drugs are other young people themselves?

MOREFAC: Do you think there should be more facilities for young people in your area?

PICKFAC: If you could pick just one facility for teenagers, what would it be?

OPSCHSUM: Would you like to see schools opened up during the summer, so that their facilities can be used all year round?

 

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