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ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods

Centre for Social Research and Methods
 

Latest ANUpoll

ANUpoll is a quarterly survey of Australian public opinion.

May 2017 - Attitudes to housing affordability

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The ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods (CSRM) was established in 2015. The CSRM’s research focuses on:

  • The development of social research methods
  • Analysis of social issues and policy
  • Training in social science methods
  • Providing access to social scientific data

The Australian Data Archive (ADA), based within CSRM, provides access to the largest Australian collection of surveys and social scientific data.

Units within CSRM include the Modelling Team, the Criminology Program and the Centre for Gambling Research (CGR).

The CSRM is responsible for the ANU’s Bachelor of Criminology and the Master of Social Research. CSRM is also responsible for the social science components of the Master of Applied Data Analytics and offers executive training in research methods and policy analysis.

The CSRM is a joint initiative between the Social Research Centre (SRC), an ANU Enterprise business, and The Australian National University (ANU).

Artwork depicted on this website is a visualisation of 2016 ANUpoll responses composed by the Data Visualisation Design Team, ANU School of Art and Design.

 

Updated: 28 July 2017/ Responsible Officer:  Director, RSSS / Page Contact:  Web Publisher