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International Social Survey Programme (ISSP) 1996 Role of Government III

Opisowy tytuł zbioru danychInternational Social Survey Programme (ISSP) 1996 Role of Government III
Pełna nazwa instytucji przekazującej daneInstitute for Social Studies at the Warsaw University authorized by the Zentralarchiv für Empirische Sozialforschung at the University of Cologne, Germany
Osoba prowadząca badaniesee codebook
Osoba/osoby kontaktowesee codebook
Język zbioru danychEN
Język dokumentacjiEN

Cel w jakim badanie zostało przeprowadzone

The International Social Survey Program (ISSP) is a continuing, annual program of crossnational collaboration. It brings together pre-existing, social science projects and coordinates research goals, thereby adding a crossnational perspective to the individual, national studies.

ISSP evolved from a bilateral collaboration between the Allgemeinen Bevolkerungsumfragen der Socialwissenschaften (ALLBUS) of the Zentrum für Umfragen, Methoden, und Analysen (ZUMA) in Mannheim, Germany and the General Social Survey (GSS) of the National Opinion Research Center (NORC), University of Chicago. Both the ALLBUS and the GSS are replicating, time series studies. The ALLBUS has been conducted biennially since 1980 and the GSS nearly annually since 1972. In 1982 ZUMA and the NORC devoted a small segment of the ALLBUS and GSS to a common set of questions on job values, important areas of life, abortion, and feminism. (A merged data set is available from the Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), University of Michigan.) Again in 1984 collaboration was carried out, this time on class differences, equality, and the welfare state.

Meanwhile, in late 1983 Social and Community Planning Research (SCPR), London, which was starting a social indicators series called the British Social Attitudes Survey (BSA) similar to the ALLBUS and GSS, secured funds from the Nuffield Foundation to hold meetings to further international collaboration. Representatives from ZUMA, NORC, SCPR, and the Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University organized ISSP in 1984 and agreed to 1) jointly develop topical modules dealing with important areas of social science, 2) field the modules as a fifteen-minute supplement to the regular national surveys (or a special survey if necessary), 3) include an extensive common core of background variables, and 4) make the data available to the social science community as soon as possible.

Each research organization funds all of its own costs. There are no central funds. The merging of the data into a crossnational data set is performed by the Zentralarchiv für Empirische Sozialforschung, University of Cologne in collaboration with the Analisis Sociologicos, Economicos y Politicos in Spain.

Since 1984, ISSP has grown to 38 nations, the founding four--Germany, the United States, Great Britain, and Australia-- plus Austria, Italy, Ireland, Hungary, the Netherlands, Israel, Norway, the Philippines, New Zealand, Russia, Japan, Bulgaria, Canada, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Poland, Sweden, Spain, Cyprus, France, Portugal, Slovakia, Latvia, Chile, Bangladesh, Denmark, and South Africa. In addition, East Germany was added to the German sample upon reunification.

The annual topics for ISSP are developed over several years by a sub-committee and pretested in various countries. The annual plenary meeting of ISSP then adopts the final questionnaire. The ISSP researchers especially concentrate on developing the questions that are 1) meaningful and relevant to all countries and 2) can be expressed in an equivalent manner in all relevant languages. The questionnaire is originally drafted in British English and then translated to other languages using standard back translation procedures.

ISSP marks several new departures in the area of crossnational research. First, the collaboration between organizations is not special or intermittent, but routine and continual. Second, while necessarily more circumscribed than collaboration dedicated solely to crossnational research on a single topic, ISSP makes crossnational research a basic part of the national research agenda of each participating country. Third, by combining a cross time with a crossnational perspective, two powerful research designs are being used to study societal processes.

Poruszana problematyka badawcza

The module on the role of government covered attitudes towards a) civil liberties, b) education and parenting, c) welfare and social equality, and d) the economy.

Jednostka badania


Dobór próby

Typ zastosowanej w badaniu próby

see codebook

Obszar geograficzny, na którym zrealizowano badanie

Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Latvia, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United States
Dolna granica wieku osób badanych
Górna granica wieku osób badanych

Metoda zbierania danych

see codebook

Liczebność próby założonej i zrealizowanej

liczebność próby założonej
liczebność próby zrealizowanej

Zastępowanie respondentów

see codebook

Waga poststratyfikacyjna

zbiór zawiera wagę poststratyfikacyjną

Czynniki brane pod uwagę przy konstrukcji wagi poststratyfikacyjnej

see codebook

Opis sposobu konstrukcji wagi

see codebook

Ograniczenia reprezentatywności próby zrealizowanej, wynikające zarówno ze sposobu doboru próby/repondenta, jak i powstałe wskutek terenowej realizacji badania

see codebook

Pełny opis sposobu doboru próby

Dołączona do badania dokumentacja zawiera pełny opis sposobu doboru próby

Faza terenowa realizacji badania

Daty, w jakich badanie zostało przeprowadzone

Rozpoczęcie badania--1996
Zakończenie badania--1996

Inny termin

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Kontrola zrealizowanych wywiadów pod względem poprawności ich realizacji przez koordynatora

Wywiady były kontrolowane przez koordynatora w około NA %

Pozostałe informacje na temat badania

Wzór cytowania danych przekazywanych do archiwum

The data utilized in this (publication) were documented and made available by the ZENTRALARCHIV FUER EMPIRISCHE SOZIALFORSCHUNG, KOELN. The data for the 'ISSP' were collected by independent institutions in each country (see: principal investigators in the study-description-schemes for each participating country). Neither the original collectors nor the ZENTRALARCHIV bear any responsibility for the analyses or interpretation presented here.

In order to provide funding agencies with essential information about the use of archival resources, and to facilitate the exchange of information about research activities based on the ZENTRALARCHIVE's holdings, each user is expected to send two copies of each completed manuscript to the ZENTRALARCHIV.

Ogólnodostępne publikacje odwołujące się do danych przekazywanych do archiwum

Dystrybucja danych

Ograniczenia dystrybucji zbioru

Freely avaiable.

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