Young Life and Times Survey 2014

Index to Results 2014

 

Clicking on a module title below will bring you to a list of all the questions asked on that topic in 2014. You can link to tables of results for each question.
NEW Users can now view the results for each question in the form of pie charts and bar charts.

Background
Identity
Family
Shared_Education
Integrated_Education
Social_Capital
Community_Relations
Cross_Community_Contact
Minority_Ethnic_Groups
Autism
Rights_in_Education
Relationship and Sexuality_Education (RSE)
Homophobic and Transphobic Bullying
CRED

 

Publications

 

Young people's rights and their sense of belonging (Research Update102) by Dirk Schubotz

Young people’s experiences of integration and segregation in Northern Ireland (Research Update 99) by Helena Stockinger

Children's and young people's awareness, knowledge and attitudes towards autism in Northern Ireland (Research Update 96), by Karola Dillenburger, Lynne McKerr and Julie-Ann Jordan

Relationship and Sexuality Education (RSE) and Homophobic and Transphobic Name Calling. Evidence from the 2014 YLT survey by Dirk Schubotz

Community Relations, Equality and Diversity Education (CRED). Findings from the 2014 YLT survey by Dirk Schubotz

The Integrated Education Fund's (IEF) (2015) 'Young People' s Voices Report' reports YLT data on mixing and integration

A leaflet providing a summary of results from the 2014 survey is available in PDF format (818kb).

The technical information is available in PDF format.

 

Citation

All work that uses or refers to the 2014 Young Life and Times Survey should acknowledge it using the following bibliographic citation:
ARK. Young Life and Times Survey, 2014 [computer file]. ARK www.ark.ac.uk/ylt [distributor], May 2015.

 

Part-funded by Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister (OFMDFMNI), The Department of Education (DE), The Office of the Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People (NICCY), the Integrated Education Fund (IEF), and the Centre for Behaviour Analysis at Queen's University Belfast.

 


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