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|Title:||Risky behaviour and social activities|
|Publisher:||Department for Children, Schools and Families|
|Assignee:||Department for Children, Schools and Families|
|Andreas Cebulla and Wojtek Tomaszewski|
|Abstract:||The aim of the study was to explore whether risky behaviour is reinforced or counterbalanced by various types of social and individual activities and the impacts on educational outcomes at age 16. The analysis is based on four waves of the Longitudinal Study of Young People in England together with National Pupil Database data. The data did not allow identification of the type of ‘structured and supervised’ positive activities promoted by policy to reduce risky behaviour and therefore could not (and was not intended to) test the effectiveness of this policy focus.|
|Rights:||© National Centre for Social Research 2009|
|Appears in Collections:||South Australian Centre for Economic Studies publications|
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