Measures of deprivation in Northern Ireland
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Published by Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency in Belfast .
Written in English


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Other titlesThe Northern Ireland Multiple Deprivation Measure.
StatementSocial Disadvantage Research Centre, University of Oxford.
SeriesNISRA occasional papers -- no.18, A National Statistics publication
ContributionsUniversity of Oxford. Social Disadvantage Research Centre., Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency.
The Physical Object
Paginationiii,192 p. :
Number of Pages192
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19680467M

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Northern Ireland Assembly Research Paper 02/02 23 January MEASURES OF DEPRIVATION: NOBLE V ROBSON This paper provides a brief outline of the Robson and Noble measures of deprivation and highlights the main differences between them. Library Research Papers are compiled for the benefit of Members of The Assembly and their personal Size: KB. (NISRA) to review deprivation measures in Northern Ireland. This report presents the domains and indicators for the new Northern Ireland Measures of Deprivation. It also sets out the methodology for combining the indicators into Domain Deprivation Measures and for combining the domains into an overall ward level Multiple Deprivation Measure (MDM).File Size: KB. In July the Department of Social Policy and Social Work at Oxford University was commissioned by the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency to review and update the 'Robson Measures' of Relative Deprivation. The new Northern Ireland Measures of Deprivation comprise seven ward level Domain Deprivation Measures; a ward level.   Dr David Marshall (Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency): The Northern Ireland multiple deprivation measure (NIMDM) is made up of 52 indicators across seven domains. In , we had only 43 indicators, so there have been .

The Northern Ireland Multiple Deprivation Measure (NIMDM ) comprises seven domains of deprivation, each developed to measure a distinct form or type of deprivation. The main output geography for the deprivation measures is the Super Output Area. The Northern Ireland Multiple Deprivation Measure report is available at https. The purpose of this paper is to bridge the gap between poverty and deprivation analysis by constructing a wider set of measures of economic inequality and by showing, with data for Northern Ireland, how they might be applied. The result is an analysis sensitive to intra-population heterogeneity. In the Northern Ireland executive, DCAL is one of the departments that have a responsibility to deliver the Programme for Government’s (–15) agenda to address poverty and social deprivation. Public libraries in Northern Ireland are sponsored by DCAL, which sets ‘strategic direction and policy’ for libraries (Osborn, ). The Northern Ireland Multiple Deprivation Measure (NIMDM ) contains seven domains of deprivation: • Income Deprivation • Employment Deprivation • Health Deprivation and Disability • Education, Skills and Training Deprivation • Proximity to Services Deprivation • Living Environment Deprivation • Crime and Disorder Indicators.