Attitudes and experiences of British Sikhs (3255)
Type of Data: Attitudes and experiences of British Sikhs (3255)
Faith Community: Sikhism
Geography: Great Britain
Sample Size: 662
Population: Self-identifying Sikhs
Keywords: Britishness, caste, culture, diet, disability, discrimination, employment, family issues, gender equality, Gurdwaras, health, heritage, history, household, identity, illness, languages, media, older people, political engagement, politics, racism, television, voting, well-being
Collection Method: Online interview
Collection Agency: British Sikh Report
BRIN ID: 3255
The sample was a self-selecting one, recruited by snowballing techniques, and may not be fully representative of the Sikh community in Britain. In particular, it was disproportionately male and with a somewhat lower median age than the norm. The questionnaire was only made available in English.
Posted by: Clive D. Field
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