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Feb 6, 2012

An overview of the Growing Up in Scotland (GUS) study, which captures a picture of what life is like for children in Scotland, and the different pathways that children take as they grow up. The study tracks several groups of children through their lives collecting demographic and socio-economic data, as well as that from 1-1 interviews with parents with the aim of generating a view of the whole child.

This talk was originally published as video Growing up in Scotland (GUS) : a study following the lives of Scotland's children.

For further information about the research design, data collection and data content, including accessing the dataset itself and it's supporting documentation, please visit the 'using GUS data' page or visit the GUS data page on the Economic and Social Data Service website.

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