Interview with farm adviser Ronan

"‘From Knowledge to Invention: exploring user innovation in Irish agriculture’ was a doctoral research project conducted at The Open University (UK) from 2012-2016 with funding from the Teagasc Walsh Fellowship Scheme. The study explored the processes and motivators of contempora

Agricultural innovation Rural development Problem solving Innovation behaviour

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Interview with farmer-inventor Brendan

"‘From Knowledge to Invention: exploring user innovation in Irish agriculture’ was a successful doctoral research project conducted at The Open University (UK) from 2012-2016 with funding from the Teagasc Walsh Fellowship Scheme. The study explored the processes and motivators of

Agricultural innovation Agriculture Ancillary farm enterprises Innovation behaviour

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Interview with farmer-inventor Alan

"‘From Knowledge to Invention: exploring user innovation in Irish agriculture’ was a successful doctoral research project conducted at The Open University (UK) from 2012-2016 with funding from Teagasc’s Walsh Fellowship Scheme. The study explored the processes and motivators of f

Agricultural innovation Agriculture Problem solving Organic farming

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Growing Up in Ireland (9 Years Old) Full Dataset

Growing Up in Ireland (GUI) is the national longitudinal study of children in Ireland, launched in 2006. The first phase of the study extends over seven years and follows the progress of two groups of children: 9 year olds and 9 months old. A total of 120 families from the nine-y

Parent and child relationship Children Health Identity http://id.loc.gov/authorities/childrensSubjects/sj98004244 http://id.loc.gov/authorities/childrensSubjects/sj98004244 Parent-child relationship Parental role Decision making http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85036199 Families http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85047009 Neighborhoods http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85090662 Life satisfaction Aspirations Leisure time activities Peer-group relationship

Interviews (data Collection)

Growing Up in Ireland (9 Months Old) Full Dataset

Growing Up in Ireland (GUI) is the national longitudinal study of children in Ireland, launched in 2006. The first phase of the study extends over seven years and follows the progress of two groups of children: 9 year olds and 9 months old. A total of 120 families from the nine-y

Perception of Baby Baby's routine and habits Perception of baby Parent and child relationship Service Utilization Transitioning to Parenthood Perception of being a parent Decision making and Social Support Community and Neighbourhood Work/Life Balance Childcare Current and Future concerns Aspirations for Baby Twin

Interviews (data Collection)

Growing Up in Ireland (9 Years Old) Time Capsule for Helen, Child043Helen

Growing Up in Ireland (GUI) is the national longitudinal study of children in Ireland, launched in 2006. The first phase of the study extends over seven years and follows the progress of two groups of children: 9 year olds and 9 months old. A total of 120 families from the nine-y

Children Health Personal identity Parent-child relationship Parental role Decision-making Families Neighbourhoods Life satisfaction Aspirations Leisure time activities Peer-group relationship

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Growing Up in Ireland (9 Years Old) Interview with Eoin, Child047Eoin

Growing Up in Ireland (GUI) is the national longitudinal study of children in Ireland, launched in 2006. The first phase of the study extends over seven years and follows the progress of two groups of children: 9 year olds and 9 months old. A total of 120 families from the nine-y

Children Health Personal identity Parent-child relationship Parental role Decision-making Families Neighbourhoods Life satisfaction Aspirations Leisure time activities Peer-group relationship

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Growing Up in Ireland (9 Years Old) Time Capsule for Nick, Child064Nick

Growing Up in Ireland (GUI) is the national longitudinal study of children in Ireland, launched in 2006. The first phase of the study extends over seven years and follows the progress of two groups of children: 9 year olds and 9 months old. A total of 120 families from the nine-y

Children Health Personal identity Parent-child relationship Parental role Decision-making Families Neighbourhoods Life satisfaction Aspirations Leisure time activities Peer-group relationship.

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Growing Up in Ireland (9 Years Old) Interview with Christine, Child024Christine

Growing Up in Ireland (GUI) is the national longitudinal study of children in Ireland, launched in 2006. The first phase of the study extends over seven years and follows the progress of two groups of children: 9 year olds and 9 months old. A total of 120 families from the nine-y

Children Health Personal identity Parent-child relationship Parental role Decision-making Families Neighbourhoods Life satisfaction Aspirations Leisure time activities Peer-group relationship Twin

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Growing Up in Ireland (9 Years Old) Interview with the father of Debbie, Child016Debbie

Growing Up in Ireland (GUI) is the national longitudinal study of children in Ireland, launched in 2006. The first phase of the study extends over seven years and follows the progress of two groups of children: 9 year olds and 9 months old. A total of 120 families from the nine-y

Children Health Personal identity Parent-child relationship Parental role Decision-making Families Neighbourhoods Life satisfaction Aspirations Leisure time activities Peer-group relationship

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Growing Up in Ireland (9 Years Old) Field Note for Paul, Child096Paul

Growing Up in Ireland (GUI) is the national longitudinal study of children in Ireland, launched in 2006. The first phase of the study extends over seven years and follows the progress of two groups of children: 9 year olds and 9 months old. A total of 120 families from the nine-y

Children Health Personal identity Parent-child relationship Parental role Decision-making Families Neighbourhoods Life satisfaction Aspirations Leisure time activities Peer-group relationship

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Growing Up in Ireland (9 Years Old) Time Capsule for Daniel, Child 010Daniel

Growing Up in Ireland (GUI) is the national longitudinal study of children in Ireland, launched in 2006. The first phase of the study extends over seven years and follows the progress of two groups of children: 9 year olds and 9 months old. A total of 120 families from the nine-y

Children Health Personal identity Parent-child relationship Parental role Decision-making Families Neighbourhoods Life satisfaction Aspirations Leisure time activities Peer-group relationship

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