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Food prices, calamities put 7.45 million Filipinos at risk of becoming poor

The online version of the Philippines' leading business newspaper features virtually all the stories and statistical data available in the print edition.

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Article cites data from the European Social Survey (ESS) which receives funding from the ESRC

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Chasing the sun? It’s not all happiness

Chasing the sun? It’s not all happiness | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it

A sample of more than 300 migrants from Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, the Netherlands, France and Britain who resettled in Mediterranean countries found that they were slightly less satisfied with life than a much larger sample of 56 000 people living in northern countries

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Dr David Bartram of the University of Leicester analysed data

from the European Social Survey (ESS), which is part-funded by ESRC as the UK participant in the programme. 

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Five unspoken truths getting in the way of gender equality - mUmBRELLA

Five unspoken truths getting in the way of gender equality - mUmBRELLA | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it
In light of today's Communications Council findings less than a third of creatives are female Nitsa Lotus examines why more women are not working in these
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Article discusses findings from the European Social Survey, which received funding from the ESRC.

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Only Bulgaria beats Britain for TV addicts

Only Bulgaria beats Britain for TV addicts | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it
Just 13 per cent of Germans watch TV for more than three hours a day, compared with 43 per cent in Bulgaria and 32 per cent in the UK, the European Social Survey says.
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The European Social Survey (ESS) is an academically-driven social survey designed to study the changing values, attitudes, attributes and behaviour patterns within contemporary Europe. It was established in 2001, covering over 30 nations and has been funded through the European Commission's 5th, 6th and 7th Framework Programmes, the European Science Foundation and national funding bodies in each country (the ESRC in the UK).

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