The first part of TMA03, I have studied the 2 tables shown in the Assignment Booklet.
People of different gender and age answered questions about their relationship with their neighbours.
39% of the female participants over the age of 65 stated that they have a good relationship with their neighbours, compared to the equally 7% male and female between the age of 18-34 stated that they don’t have a good relationship with their neighbours. Those who know the names of all of their neighbours are 35% male and female are 65+ by age. Those who don’t know the names of all of their neighbours are 14% male and female equally between the age of 25-34. 36% of the male participants over the age of 65 thinks that their community is very friendly, compared to the 9% of males between the age of 25-34 who think their community is not very friendly. Those who speak to their neighbours a lot are the 30% of the 65 or overs. Those who rarely speak to their neighbours are 28% of males between 25-34 years. Individuals who know all of their neighbours are 28% male over 65 years. Participants who haven’t met all of their neighbours are 26% equally male and female between the age of 25-34. Those who never spend time with their neighbours are 23% female between age 18-24. People who spend a lot of time with their neighbours are female 65 years and over.
People who said they have a very good relationship with their neighbours are belong to social class AB 46% and they live in Wales & South West compared to 8% of social class in the South East who said they don’t have a very good relationship with their neighbours. Individuals who stated to know the names of all their neighbours are in social class AB and C2 at 38% and live in the Midlands, whereas those who do not know the names of all their neighbours are social class C1, and it is valid for 3 regions, South East, North England and Wales & South West. People who said they live in a very friendly...