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Pct Births Medium/High Social Class, NI 2013

Creator:

Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA)

Subject Keywords: Early years; child health; maternal health
Set: Health Inequalities
Type: Data
Catalogue: Data
Indicator
Region: Antrim LGD
Ards LGD
Armagh LGD
Ballymena LGD
Ballymoney LGD
Banbridge LGD
Belfast LGD
Carrickfergus LGD
Castlereagh LGD
Coleraine LGD
Cookstown LGD
Craigavon LGD
Derry LGD
Down LGD
Dungannon LGD
Fermanagh LGD
Larne LGD
Limavady LGD
Lisburn LGD
Local Government District
Maherafelt LGD
Moyle LGD
Newry & Mourne LGD
Newtownabbey LGD
North Down LGD
Omagh LGD
Strabane LGD
Northern Ireland
Description:

Percentage of births recorded with high/medium social class (NS-SeC  I-IV).

Numerator: GRO 2013
Denominator: GRO 2013

 

Numerator definition: Number of resident births recorded with Medium/High Social Class

Denominator definition: Total number of resident births

Date data covers:
01/01/2013 to 31/12/2013

Indicator numerator:
Number of resident births recorded with Medium/High Social Class

Indicator denominator:
Total number of resident births

Cautionary notes:
The information is aggregated data from the GRO birth files, which are gathered when children are registered at the Registrar’s Office. The dataset is updated as registrations take place, however the complete year’s file is finalised in November. The data is then analysed and merged with the Pointer Address database and published in the Registrar General Report as well as being forwarded onto NINIS. The National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SeC) is principally based on the individual’s occupation and employment status and has been introduced in order to reflect a modern view of social classification. It was introduced from 2001 onwards. Further information can be obtained from the Office for National Statistics. The NS-SeC is determined according to a person’s occupation; for children of parents who are married to each other, according to the occupation of the father as stated at birth registration; for children of parents who are not married to each other but who jointly registered the birth, according to the occupation of the father; and for sole registrations, according to the occupation of the mother.

Pct Births Medium/High Social Class, NI 2013

Date:

22/06/2015

Rights: © NISRA
Suggested citation:

Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA). (2015) Pct Births Medium/High Social Class, NI 2013 [Online]. Available from: http://www.thehealthwell.info/node/876150 [Accessed: 18th October 2017].

  

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