chapter  6
INTEREST GROUPS, QUALITY AND SOME CASE EXAMPLES FROM EMPLOYERS AND PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTIONS
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For this final substantive chapter, a somewhat different approach is to be followed. So far this section has been all about discussing the nature and implications of large-scale (given the size of the relevant populations) surveys. It has, therefore, been based on the quantitative and generalisable. My focus here differs from that in relation to subject matter, and in relation to methodological style.