This dataset has been supplied by the project 'Understanding and Enhancing the Community Value of Traditional Retail Markets in UK cities' (ES/P010547/1) conducted by the University of Leeds, the Open University, the NMTF, and the New Economics Foundation.
This is the first dataset that provides the opportunity to investigate and analyse, both qualitatively and quantitatively, the community value of Traditional Retail Markets (TRM) in the UK. Interview, workshop, focus group transcripts, and survey data provide insights into how TRM stakeholders, experts, and users conceive the functions and values of the UK market sector. In particular, the dataset puts forward the perspective of TRM users, which have not been generally studied in such numbers.
The qualitative dataset includes transcripts of interviews, workshops, and focus groups about the community value of Traditional Retail Markets (TRM); the context and particularities of Bury Market, Grainger Market, and Queen’s Market; and the market users’ everyday life experiences of these three markets.
The quantitative dataset includes the responses of Bury Market, Grainger Market, and Queen’s Market users regarding the economic, social, and cultural value of these markets from a user perspective.
Supporting documentation for the qualitative data includes a Data listing, Information sheets, Consent forms, and Topic guides. Supporting documentation for the quantitative data includes Recruitment leaflets, Information sheets, Questionnaires, and Variables description.
For full details of the data available, including a list of data files, field level metadata for the surveys, quality and novelty analysis, and details of the research team, please see the data profile PDF below.
The data for this research have been provided by the Consumer Data Research Centre, an ESRC Data Investment.
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July 2018 to April 2020
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