Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual
and Transgender (LGBT) Issues
issues were asked in 2012, 2013 and 2018.
Other relevant questions were asked within the Religious
Observance and Community Relations
Relevant questions were asked of 16 year olds within the Identity
module of the Young Life and Times survey.
- The Missing T: Baselining Attitudes Towards Transgender People in Northern Ireland, by Gail Neill and Siobhán McAlister (Research Update 128), uses data from the 2018 Life and Times Survey. 'Attitudes to Transgender People in Northern Ireland: The Importance of Survey Data
' is an article based on this Research Update was published on the QPol blog.
- On 14 June 2019, Gail Neil and Siobhán McAlister presented the seminar The Missing T: Baselining Attitudes Towards Transgender People in Northern Ireland'. A video of this seminar is available online.
- In 2018, Paula Devine and Gemma Carney worked with the BBC Rewind team on the video 'Queering the Family', which matched ARK survey data with BBC archive material.
- LGB equality and public attitudes, by Nicola Carr, Paula Devine, Siobhán McAlister, and Gail Neill (Research Update 106) is based on data from the 2013 Life and Times Survey.
the Family: Attitudes towards Lesbian and Gay Relationships
and Families in Northern Ireland, by Siobhán McAlister,
Nicola Carr and Gail Neill (Research Update 89) is based on
data from the 2012 Life and Times Survey.
report on attitudes to LGBT issues (ARK Occasional Paper),
by Paula Devine, is based on data from the 2012 Life and Times
- The Policy Brief Moving towards a Sexual Orientation Strategy for Northern Ireland, by Ann Marie Gray, Goretti Horgan and Amanda Leighton, draws on published research evidence and the discussion at a Roundtable event organised by ARK in July 2013.
towards Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual People
in Northern Ireland, by Neil Jarman (Research Update 66)
is based on data from the 2005-2008 Life and Times Surveys.
- The Online
Research Bank contains a bibliography and summaries of policy-related
research in Northern Ireland. One of the search terms for groups
is 'lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender'.