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Attitudes and values of young people (2197)

Type of Data: Attitudes and values of young people (2197)

Faith Community: General, Alternative

Date: 1979, January-1980, October

Geography: Local survey. London

Sample Size: 1085 aged 16-25 and 2074 aged 26-39 (overall 57% response)

Population: Adults aged 16-39 (men and women) who joined or renewed their membership of London Central YMCA

Keywords: Abortion, afterlife, Bible, Church, church attendance, churchgoing, clergy, contraception, counselling, drugs, drunkenness, euthanasia, God, homosexuality, horoscopes, importance of religion, intelligent life on other planets, Jesus Christ, law, leisure

Collection Method: Self-completion questionnaire

Collection Agency: London Central YMCA

Sponsor: Leverhulme Trust

Survey Instrument: Francis, Youth in Transit, pp. 167-86 and Francis, Experience of Adulthood, pp. 199-218

Published Source:

  • Leslie John Francis, Youth in Transit: A Profile of 16-25 Year Olds, Aldershot: Gower, 1982
  • Leslie John Francis, Experience of Adulthood: A Profile of 26-39 Year Olds, Aldershot: Gower, 1982
  • Leslie John Francis, Young and Unemployed, [Tunbridge Wells]:

    BRIN ID: 2197


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