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Growing Up in 21st Century Britain Spatial Analysis of the MCS
103043, £5,886, Economic and Social Research Council This Fellowship provides a unique opportunity to explore in detail the potential geographical benefits of longitudinal data, specifically the UK Millennium Cohort Study (MCS), and develop spatially-based analyses of longitudinal data on a range of education-related issues and policies. It aims to: •Provide the opportunity and training to develop substantial and significant research expertise and methodological skills in the use and analysis of the UK Millennium Cohort Study (MCS) •Undertake new interdisciplinary analysis of the MCS in relation to the educational and social development of children growing up in the first decade of the 21st Century, particularly in relation to Wales •Develop new and innovative spatial approaches and tools in the analysis and visualisation of longitudinal data - the MCS provides a very important opportunity for: 1.‘home international’ comparisons between Wales, England, Scotland and Northern Ireland following major devolution of powers in 1999; 2. sub-regional comparisons within a single country; 3. using aggregated MCS data at relatively small geographical units it could also be used to consider more local variations in the emerging trends. •Promote, enhance and extend the capacity of other academics and non-academics to use the MCS, particularly in Wales.
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