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Attendance of Archive Centres

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Barauskas, S.


Intended purpose and/or audience:

Informing internal MLA Partnership staff

This document examines the attendance of archives in 2006-2007. Attendance is defined as a physical visit to an archive centre by an individual within the last 12 months.

Structure of the Document
* Section 2 will explore the frequency of attendance. The frequency of visits is reported by the respondent.
* Section 3 will break up the attendance data by various categories including:
- age band
- gender
- disability
- ethnicity
- religion
- socio-economic group
- income
- tenure
- household structure
- qualifications
- ACORN category
- government office region
* Section 4 will point out the main barriers and levers.
* Section 5 will provide an account of other engagement this covers online access.

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Barauskas, S.

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