The purpose of WBL discussion papers is to stimulate debate about preliminary findings and conceptual ideas and methods. Any views expressed in these papers are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Centre for Research on the Wider Benefits of Learning or the views of our funders.
WBL research in a more final form is published in the Wider Benefits of Learning Research Reports.
WBL discussion papers published to date:
- 08-04: Research Report Compendium: Young people, their social networks and school support: exploratory analyses of friendships, well-being and multi-agency working in two secondary schools
- 08-03: Use of ICT by young people in England
- 08-02: Youths' career aspirations and socio-economic outcomes in adulthood: a literature review
- 07-07: Young people health risk taking: A brief review of evidence on attitudes, at-risk populations and successful interventions
- 07-06: Leisure contexts in adolescence and their associations with adult outcomes: a more complete picture (2007)
- 07-05: The role of youth clubs in integrated provision for young people
- 07-04: Predictors and Pathways of Progression to Level 2 Qualifications: A Review of the Literature.
- 07-03: The prevalence of multiple deprivation for children in the UK: Analysis of the Millennium Cohort and Longitudinal Survey of Young People in England (Report for HMT, version 1.4)
- 07-02: Predicting adult life outcomes from earlier signals: modelling pathways through childhood (Report for HMT) version1.3 Appendix tables)
- 07-01: Predicting adult life outcomes from earlier signals: identifying those at Risk (Report for the PMSU, version 2.2).
- 04-01: Capitals and capabilities