Tag Archives: attitude change

As you were: How the pandemic failed to change what we think key workers should earn

This is a guest post by the former co-editor of Inequalities Rob de Vries (in collaboration with me and Tina Haux), which was originally posted on the LSE Social Policy blog. At the height of the first UK lockdown, one … Continue reading

Posted in Blog posts | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Does diversity help students learn about inequality?

Amidst all of the studies of public attitudes, there are relatively few studies that look at how we learn about inequality – yet if we know how people learn about inequality, then we have ideas about how people’s attitudes can be … Continue reading

Posted in Articles | Tagged , | 1 Comment

Benefits: Fact and Fiction

As part of the International Year of Statistics (by the way, it’s also the International Year of Water Cooperation, and the International Year of Quinoa, so good quinoa recipes in the comments please), Ipsos Mori recently conducted a survey looking … Continue reading

Posted in Blog posts | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments