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ODiP: Data Management in the Welfare Conditionality Research Project

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Fleur Hughes spoke data management for the Welfare Conditionality research project at the first Open Data in Practice event at the University of York on 15 November 2018.

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ODiP: Data Management in the Welfare Conditionality Research Project

  1. 1. Data Management in the Welfare Conditionality Research Project Open Data in Practice 15 November 2018
  2. 2. Twin aims:  To consider the ethics and efficacy of welfare conditionality  Fieldwork with three sets of respondents: 1. Semi-structured interviews with 52 policy stakeholders 2. 27 focus groups with frontline welfare practitioners 3. Three rounds of repeat qualitative longitudinal interviews with a diverse sample of welfare recipients who are subject to welfare conditionality Funded by ESRC grant ES/K002163​/2 Welfare conditionality: sanctions, support and behaviour change (2013-2018) 2
  3. 3.  Exploring welfare conditionality across a range of policy domains and groups Recipients of social security benefits (unemployed people, lone parents, disabled people, Universal Credit), homeless people, social tenants, individuals/families subject to anti-social behaviour orders/family intervention projects, offenders and migrants  11 Locations in England and Scotland Bath, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, London, Manchester, Peterborough, Salford, Sheffield, Warrington Welfare conditionality: sanctions, support and behaviour change (2013-2018) 3
  4. 4. Challenge #1 Dataset size 4
  5. 5.  Standard qualitative project sample: 30  Large qualitative project sample: 60  Welfare Conditionality sample: 481  Total interviews: 1082 Dataset size 5
  6. 6. Solution #1 Planning and structure 6
  7. 7.  File structure  File naming protocol  Code number protocol  Key database of participants  Data validation in spreadsheets Planning and Structure 7
  8. 8. Challenge #2 Anonymisation 8
  9. 9.  Two stage process  Stage One: names replaced with descriptor Eg. [BROTHER NAME]  Stage Two: all identifying information replaced with descriptor Eg. [RESPONDENT SCHOOL NAME]  Stage Two required additional staffing Grade 6 post, 6 months @ FT Anonymisation 9
  10. 10. Solution #2 Budgeting 10
  11. 11.  Initial budget for archiving: £500  Actual amount spent on archiving: £20,835 Budgeting 11
  12. 12. Challenge #3 Archiving 12
  13. 13. Archiving 13
  14. 14. Archiving 14
  15. 15. Solution #3 Archive preparation from the start 15
  16. 16.  Checking the archive’s ingestion forms  Discussing the data set and file formats  Sending test data before formatting the final dataset  Building in time to review errors after sending Archive preparation from the start 16
  17. 17. www.welfareconditionality.ac.uk Project Manager: fleur.hughes@york.ac.uk

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