Once they become grans they end up looking after little ones all over again, according to the Social Issues Research Centre.
What does SIRC stand for?
SIRC stands for Social Issues Research Centre (Oxford, UK)
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We have 93 other meanings of SIRC in our Acronym Attic
- Software Industry Research Board
- Source Instructions Reused By Others
- Safety Input Review Committee
- School Improvement Resource Center
- Seafarers International Research Centre
- Secure Internet Relay Chat
- Security Intelligence Review Committee (Canada)
- Sensory Integration Resource Center
- Shuttle Imaging Radar-C
- Snow and Ice Research Center (National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention; Japan)
- Solicitors Introduction and Referral Code (UK)
- Sport Information Resource Centre
- Staten Island Railroad Corporation
- Styrene Information and Research Center (Arlington, VA)
- Sydney ITeC Repair Centre (Australia)
- Securities Industry Research Centre of Asia-Pacific (Australian and New Zealand universities)
- Securities Industry Root Certificate Authority (Securities Industry Association)
- Silicone Impregnated Reusable Ceramic Ablator (Ames Research Center; US NASA)
- Study of Inherited Risk of Coronary Atherosclerosis (University of Pennsylvania)
- Scottish Instrumentation and Resource Centre for Advanced Mass Spectrometry (University of Edinburgh; Edinburgh, Scotland, UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
More than 2,000 adults were asked about their views on life in a survey carried out by the Social Issues Research Centre (SIRC).
A further 35 per cent were still living at home or receiving cash from their parents to help meet their rent, according to the statistics released by money experts The Children's Mutual and independent watchdog the Social Issues Research Centre (SIRC).
Peter Marsh, Co-Director of the Social Issues Research Centre (SIRC), said: "This has been one of the most extensive pieces of research done on European football fans in recent years.
The Social Issues Research Centre found 25 per cent felt they "belonged" to Liverpool.
The study of 2200 adults by the Social Issues Research Centre for the AA found most felt they had more in common with people they work with than members of their extended family.
A Social Issues Research Centre study found 63 per cent of men and 52 per cent of women said sporting success had an impact on their approach to work.