Series: British Social Attitudes

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British Social Attitudes: The 1988-89 Report by Roger Jowell5, 1988-1989
British Social Attitudes the 9th Report/1992/93 (Social and Community Planning Research) by Roger Jowell9, 1992-1993
British social attitudes : the 11th report by Roger Jowell11, 1994-1995
British Social Attitudes: Focusing on Diversity (British Social Attitudes Survey series) by Roger Jowell17, 2000-2001
British Social Attitudes: Public Policy, Social Ties (British Social Attitudes Survey series) by Alison Park18, 2001-2002
British Social Attitudes: Continuity and Change over Two Decades (British Social Attitudes Survey series) by Alison Park20, 2003-2004
British social attitudes the 21st report : continuity and change over two decades by Alison Park21, 2004-2005
British Social Attitudes: The 26th Report (British Social Attitudes Survey series) by Alison Park26, 2009-2010

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