Briefings and impact

Our briefings and impact library includes summaries of our research findings as well as reports highlighting the impact of our cohort studies.

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Infographics

Next Steps – Experiences of physical bullying among sexual minority youths in England

This infographic illustrates how lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) young adults are more likely to be physically bullied and socially excluded between the ages of 14 to 16 compared to their heterosexual peers. The graphic uses data from Next Steps and was produced as part of the CLS activities for 2015 Anti-Bullying Week. On 9 November 2015, CLS partnered with the Anti-Bullying Alliance to deliver a seminar for anti-bullying charities and local government workers on the long-term effects of bullying.

 


Date published: 9 November 2015
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Briefing papers

Next Steps Age 20 findings – Bullying among lesbian, gay and bisexual young people in England

This briefing paper uses data from Next Steps to examine sexual minority groups’ experiences of bullying. It explores the relationship between sexual identities and bullying, including how frequently lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people are bullied, the types of bullying they experience, and how this relates to their life satisfaction.


Date published: 9 November 2015
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Podcasts

MCS Age 11 initial findings podcast – An introduction to the Millennium Cohort Study – with Emla Fitzsimons

In this series of podcasts, listen to the authors discuss their initial findings from the MCS at age 11.


Date published: 1 September 2015
Podcasts

MCS Age 11 initial findings podcast – Family structure at age 11 – with Heather Joshi

In this series of podcasts, listen to the authors discuss their initial findings from the MCS at age 11.


Date published: 1 September 2015
Podcasts

MCS Age 11 initial findings podcast – Growing up in the new century – with Kate Smith

In this series of podcasts, listen to the authors discuss their initial findings from the MCS at age 11.


Date published: 1 September 2015
Podcasts

MCS Age 11 initial findings podcast – School life at age 11 – with Kirstine Hansen

In this series of podcasts, listen to the authors discuss their initial findings from the MCS at age 11.


Date published: 1 September 2015
Podcasts

MCS Age 11 initial findings podcast – Children’s cognitive development – with Matt Brown

In this series of podcasts, listen to the authors discuss their initial findings from the MCS at age 11.


Date published: 1 September 2015
Podcasts

MCS Age 11 initial findings podcast – Children’s physical development – with Roxanne Connelly

In this series of podcasts, listen to the authors discuss their initial findings from the MCS at age 11.


Date published: 1 September 2015
Podcasts

MCS Age 11 initial findings podcast – Experiences of child poverty – with Lucinda Platt

In this series of podcasts, listen to the authors discuss their initial findings from the MCS at age 11.


Date published: 1 September 2015
Briefing papers

Moving home in the early years: Family and child outcomes in the UK and US

This briefing provides a first look at findings comparing the experience of moving home for children under five in two longitudinal studies, one the UK Millennium Cohort Study (MCS) and the other the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study (FFS) from US cities, in the early 2000s.

The research set out to explore how moving home in two contrasting housing policy regimes was associated with the development of pre-school children.


Date published: 1 May 2015
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Moving home in the early years: Family and child outcomes in the UK and US – Appendix

This document is the appendix to Moving home in the early years: Family and child outcomes in the UK and US.

This briefing paper provides a first look at findings comparing the experience of moving home for children under five in two longitudinal studies, one the UK Millennium Cohort Study (MCS) and the other the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study (FFS) from US cities, in the early 2000s.

The research set out to explore how moving home in two contrasting housing policy regimes was associated with the development of pre-school children.


Date published: 1 May 2015
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Impact case studies

Impact case study: Reading for pleasure

A 2013 research paper by two academics at the Centre for Longitudinal Studies on the beneficial effects of reading for pleasure in childhood has attracted a remarkable amount of interest from schools, libraries and literacy organisations around the world. This case study shows how the findings have been used to help protect library services, to persuade children of all ages to spend more time reading, and to encourage parents to support schools’ home reading initiatives.

It uses data from the age 10 and 16 sweeps of the 1970 British Cohort Study.


Date published: 5 March 2015
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