The indispensable annual British Social Attitudes survey compiles, describes and comments on a range of current social attitudes. The series charts changes in British social values, with annual surveys carried out from a nationwide sample of around 3,500 people by the National Centre for Social Research's team of interviewers. The 18th Report summarizes and interprets data from the most recent survey, and makes comparisons with findings from previous years. `The Rolls Royce of opinion surveys' - The Times
- Chapter 1: Who Do We Think We are? The Decline of Traditional Social Identities
- Chapter 2: Quickening Death: The Euthanasia Debate
- Chapter 3: Are We all Working Too Hard? Women, Men, and Changing Attitudes to Employment
- Chapter 4: Who Should Pay for My Care – When I'm 64?
- Chapter 5: Agree to Disagree: Respect for Political Opponents
- Chapter 6: Proportional Representation and the Disappearing Voter
- Chapter 7: Civil Liberties and the Challenge of Terrorism
- Chapter 8: New Labour, New Unions?
- Chapter 9: Disabling Attitudes? Public Perspectives on Disabled People
- Chapter 10: Isolates or Socialites? The Social Ties of Internet Users