Mothers encouragement for participation in Higher Education. The response variable is
mums a three level factor
which can be used in a multinomial Logistic model or mumsB a two level factor suitable for binary logistic model.
A data frame with 871 observations on the following 7 variables.
mothers encouragement: factor with levels
1 is for strong encouragement,
2 is for some encouragement and
3 for no encouragement/discouragement
social class: a factor with levels
2 is C2,
3 is D and
4 is E
age of the participants: a factor with levels
1 is 16-18,
2 is 19-20 and
3 is 20-30
a factor with levels
1 is male and
2 is female
ethnicity of the participants: a factor with levels
1 is white,
2 is black,
3 is asian and
4 is other
qualifications of the participants: a factor with levels,
1 is greater or equal to 2 A levels,
2 is HND or more than 5 GCSE's,
3 is less than 5 GSCSE's ar none above and
4 no formal qualification
mothers encouragement: a factor with levels,
0 is no encouragement or some encouragement
1 is for strong encouragement
The data were collected as part of the Social Class and widening Participation in Higher Education Project based at the University of North London (now London Metropolitan University) and supported by the University's Development and Diversity Fund over the period 1998-2000.
Professor Robert Gilchrist director of STORM at London Metropolitan
Collier T., Gilchrist R. and Phillips D. (2003), Who Plans to Go to University? Statistical Modelling of potential Working-Class Participants, Education Research and Evaluation, Vol 9, No 3, pp 239-263.
1 2 3 4 5
Add the following code to your website.
For more information on customizing the embed code, read Embedding Snippets.