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Confounding and collinearity in regression analysis: a cautionary tale and an alternative procedure, illustrated by studies of British voting behaviour

Manley 0 1 0 School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol , Bristol BS8 1SS , UK 1 & Ron Johnston Many ecological- and individual-level analyses of voting behaviour use multiple regressions with

Coming together in a rightward direction: post-1980s changing attitudes to the British welfare state

Major changes in the British welfare state were initiated during the 1980s in response to the 1970s’ stagflation, rapid globalisation and the government’s inability to ensure full employment: the relatively unrestricted payment of unemployment benefits was replaced by a jobseekers’ allowance with applicants obliged to seek work actively and, if required, undergo training. Public...

School, Neighbourhood, and University: The Geographies of Educational Performance and Progression in England

There has been a vast amount of discussion in both the media and academic literature about the effect of increased tuition fees on access to higher education in England, especially in relation to efforts to implement widening participation programmes. During this debate, the geography of access to higher education has taken a back seat despite growing calls to use contextual data...