British Social Attitudes is a report series produced by the British National Centre for Social Research, an independent social research organization. In chapters on different key topics, the report describes and analyzes the results of the British Social Attitudes survey, comparing the current year’s results with those of previous years.
The report covers topics on politics and social attitudes, providing interesting reading for those interested in Britain in a general sense. People intrested in attitudes to religion and values/attitudes delimited by religious belief will also find interesting results in these reports, as will those interested in social attitudes related to the technology (such as the internet).
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