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DDI2.5 XML CODEBOOK RECORD FOR STUDY NUMBER 9125 Participation Survey, 2022–2023

Authors: Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport;

DDI2.5 XML CODEBOOK RECORD FOR STUDY NUMBER 9125 Participation Survey, 2022–2023

Abstract

Abstract copyright UK Data Service and data collection copyright owner.The Participation Survey is a continuous push-to-web survey of adults aged 16 and over in England. It serves as a successor to the Taking Part survey, which ran for 16 years as a continuous face to face survey. Paper surveys are available for those not digitally engaged. Fieldwork started in October 2021 and it is envisaged that the survey will be a key evidence source for Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and its sectors by providing statistically representative national estimates of adult engagement with the DCMS sectors. The survey’s main objectives are to: Provide a central, reliable evidence source that can be used to analyse cultural, digital, and sporting engagement, providing a clear picture of why people do or do not engage. Provide data at a county level to meet user needs, including providing evidence for the levelling up agenda. Underpin further research on driving engagement and the value and benefits of engagement.Further information on the survey can be found on the gov.uk Participation Survey webpage. Three versions of the Participation Survey 2022-2023 are available:An open access version (SN 9126). This version is freely available to download and does not require UK Data Service registration. This safeguarded dataset (SN 9125), which includes some additional detail. It is only available to registered UKDS users who have agreed to abide by the conditions of the End User Licence. A Secure Access version containing all years (SN 9014), which contains further detailed information. Access to this version is very restricted and requires UKDS registration, completion of an extensive application form, approval from the depositor, and successful completion of a Safe Researcher Training course before access can be granted. Users are advised to first download the safeguarded version (SN 9125) to check whether it includes sufficient detail for their research, before considering making an application for the Secure Access version.Details of all variables available for the version concerned can be found in the UKDS Data Dictionary - see the Documentation section. Main Topics:The Participation Survey collects data on engagement in: the arts libraries heritage museums and galleries tourism major cultural events major sporting events sport gambling digital sectors The survey includes information on frequency of participation, reasons for participating, barriers to participation and attitudes to the sectors. Information is also gathered on demographics (e.g. age, education), and related areas including wellbeing, loneliness, and use of digital technology. Multi-stage stratified random sample Self-administered questionnaire: Web-based (CAWI) Self-administered questionnaire: Paper

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CULTURAL GOODS, SYMPTOMS, INFORMATION, Economics, SPORT SPECTATORSHIP, MUSEUMS, ONLINE SERVICES, ECONOMIC ACTIVITY, COMPUTER LITERACY, PERFORMING ARTS, SPORT, MUSIC, HISTORIC BUILDINGS, INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY, HANDICRAFTS, PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES, 2022 2023, CULTURAL ACTIVITIES, ARCHAEOLOGY, SMARTPHONES, RADIO LISTENING, BROADBAND, HOUSING TENURE, LEISURE TIME ACTIVITIES, GAMBLING, TELEVISION VIEWING, England, PARKS, Social behaviour and attitudes, HOUSEHOLDS, COVID 19, WALKING, VOLUNTARY WORK, tourism and sport, Social and Behavioural Sciences, VISITS TO RECREATIONAL FACILITIES, ARTS, READING ACTIVITY, ETHNIC GROUPS, CULTURAL EVENTS, COMPUTER SECURITY, Ancient Cultures, PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL BEING, VISUAL ARTS, Humanities, AGE, INTERNET ACCESS, Leisure, DANCE, HOUSING, Society and culture, Fine Arts, Music, Theatre and Media Studies, WRITING COMPOSITION, LIBRARIES, ARTISTIC ACTIVITIES, WELL BEING HEALTH, SPORTS FACILITIES, INTERNET USE, GENDER, LONELINESS, DIGITAL GAMES

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