28 Works

AUTNES Multi-Mode Panel Study 2017 (SUF edition)

Sylvia Kritzinger, Julian Aichholzer, Nico Büttner, Jakob-Moritz Eberl, Thomas M. Meyer, Carolina Plescia, Markus Wagner, Davide Morisi, Hajo Boomgaarden & Wolfgang C. Müller
Full edition for scientific use. The AUTNES Multi-Mode Panel Study 2017 is a three-wave panel that focuses on the Austrian National Parliamentary Election held on 15 October 2017. This survey is part of the Austrian National Election Study (AUTNES).

PUMA Survey 3.2. Insights in societal changes in Austria

PUMA
Full edition for scientific use. PUMA Surveys consist of separate modules designed and prepared by different principle investigators. This PUMA Survey consists of three modules. Fieldwork was conducted by Statistics Austria.

PUMA Survey 1. Insights in societal changes in Austria

PUMA
Full edition for scientific use. PUMA Surveys consist of separate modules designed and prepared by different principle investigators. This PUMA Survey consists of three modules. Fieldwork was conducted by Statistics Austria.

Tertiary Education Opportunities for Refugees: MORE - Experiences and Insights (OA edition)

Dimitri Prandner & Robert Moosbrugger
Reduced edition for public use. Full edition available for scientific use. Universities Austria organized the MORE-initiative to support refugees, if they aspire to study in Austria. After five semesters the initiative was evaluated. Part of this evaluation was a quantitative study by the University of Linz. This part of the evaluation asked present and past MORE Students, if they were satisfied with the program and if it helped them to reach their individual goals.

Replication Data for: International Nonresponse Trends across Countries and Years - An analysis of 36 years of Labour Force Survey data

Edith De Leeuw, Joop Hox & Annemieke Luiten
Household survey nonresponse is a matter of concern in many countries. In one of the first international trend analyses, de Leeuw and de Heer (2002) found that response rates declined over the years, and that countries differed in response rates and nonresponse trends. Their analyses cover longitudinal data on the Labour Force Survey from National Statistical Institutes for the period 1980 to 1997. We added a new data set, covering the period 1998 to 2015,...

ISSP-2012 Austria - Family and gender roles (with supplementary questions on leisure, social contact, and health issues) (SUF edition)

Franz Höllinger, Anja Eder & Sabine Haring-Mosbacher
Full edition for scientific use. The survey ISSP-2012 "Family and Gender Roles" was conducted in connection with a research project on family farms in Austria. The ISSP questionnaire examines attitudes and behavioral orientations on the following topics: partnership and marriage, alternative family forms, desire to have children and importance of children, non-family childcare, gender-specific division of work and gender roles in the family; Caring for old people in the family; Conflicts between family life and...

Replication Data for: Does name order still matter for candidates in a presidential primary poll in the US? Lack of response order effect in a web survey experiment

Liu Mingnan
During elections, political polls provide critical data for the support each candidate receives. For that reason, the measurement of questions asking about candidate support has been receiving some research attention. As the online survey is increasingly becoming a widely used tool for public opinion and election polls, evaluation of the measurement error associated with this survey mode is of importance. This study examines whether a candidate name order effect exists in presidential primary election surveys...

Replication Data for: Is satisficing responsible for response order effects in rating scale questions?

Florian Keusch & Ting Yan
Rating scales are used extensively in surveys. A rating scale can descend from the highest to the lowest point or from the positive to the negative pole. A rating scale can also start with the lowest point (or the negative pole) and ascend to the highest point (or the positive pole). Previous research has shown that the direction of the scale, i.e., the order of the response options, has an impact on responses, and that...

Social Survey Austria 2016

Johann Bacher, Martina Beham-Rabanser, Alfred Grausgruber, Max Haller, Franz Höllinger, Johanna Muckenhuber, Dimitri Prandner & Roland Verwiebe
This is open access data of the Austrian Social Survey 2016 and two modules of the ISSP. The Social Survey Austria (SSA) 2016 is a representative CAPI study that traces the changes in the attitudes, values and living conditions of the residential population of Austria. It is the fourth wave of a larger research project, that has been conducted since 1986.

PUMA Survey 2. Insights in societal changes in Austria

PUMA
Full edition for scientific use. PUMA Surveys consist of separate modules designed and prepared by different principle investigators. This PUMA Survey consists of two modules. Fieldwork was conducted by Statistics Austria.

Tertiary Education Opportunities for Refugees: MORE - Experiences and Insights (SUF edition)

Dimitri Prandner & Robert Moosbrugger
Full edition for scientific use. Universities Austria organized the MORE-initiative to support refugees, if they aspire to study in Austria. After five semesters the initiative was evaluated. Part of this evaluation was a quantitative study by the University of Linz. This part of the evaluation asked present and past MORE Students, if they were satisfied with the program and if it helped them to reach their individual goals.

ORF 'Sommergespräche': Strategies, Images and Issues in Political TV Interviews 1981-2016 (OA edition)

Andreas Riedl
Full edition for public use. Although political TV interviews can reveal a lot about the changing relationship between journalism and politics in media-centered democracies, respective knowledge in Austria is limited – especially during non-election times. Against this background, this project aims to generate insights about interviews' political agendas, actors’ specific conversation strategies and the staging of politics in a long-term comparison by an analysis of the format ORF "Sommergespräche" ("Summer Talks"), broadcast since 1981 by...

Replication Data for: On the Apparent Paradox of Belonging to the Middle Strata of Society. A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of the Austrian‘s Subjective Social Position from 1993 to 2016

Anja Eder, Markus Hadler & Markus Schweighart
The data is Austrian survey data from the Social Survey Austria and the International Social Survey Programme. By means of the data the determinants of the Austrian's subjective position, such as their educational degree or individual and household income, can be analyzed in time-comparison from 1993 to 2016.

Microcensus 2003 3rd quarter: Labour Force Survey, Extended Housing Survey

Statistics Austria
The Mikrozensus special survey from September 2003 consisted of two parts: (1) „standard-questions“ of the “extended housing survey” (A-sheet), (2) labour force survey (B-sheet). Since 1983 labour force surveys (LFS) are conducted annually in all European Union (EU) member states. The LFS serve as a basis for internationally compatible (in terms of definition and survey method) data on employment and unemployment for the European Commission. In Austria the LFS is conducted fully annually. The chosen...

PUMA Survey 4.2. Insights in societal changes in Austria

PUMA
Full edition for scientific use. PUMA Surveys consist of separate modules designed and prepared by different principle investigators. This PUMA Survey consists of two modules. Fieldwork was conducted by MARKETAGENT.

Replication Data for: Questions of Quality - Is Data Quality Still Tied to Survey Mode?

Dimitri Prandner & Andreas Röser
The increasing popularity of online surveys in the social sciences led to an ongoing discussion about mode effects in survey research. The following article tests if commonly discussed mode-effects (e.g. sample differences, data quality; item-non response, social desirability and open-ended question) can indeed be reproduced in a non-experimental mixed-mode study. Using data from two non-full-probabilityrandom samples, collected via an online and face-to-face survey concerning itself with opinions on migration and refugees, most assumptions found in...

Epistemological beliefs

Leopold Hamminger
Full edition for scientific use. Personal beliefs (subjective theories) of knowledge and knowledge acquisition, using standardized questionnare (28 items, 5-point Likert scale). Partial replication study of Mokwinski (2010): Development of epistemological beliefs in selected vocational areas in dual professional education. Munich/Mering: Rainer Hampp.

AUTNES Comparative Study of Electoral Systems Post-Election Survey 2017 (AUTNES Edition)

Julian Aichholzer, Sylvia Kritzinger, Markus Wagner, Nicolai Berk, Hajo Boomgaarden & Wolfgang C. Müller
This is Open Access data based on the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems (CSES) Module 5 and focuses on the Austrian National Parliamentary Election held on 15 October 2017. This survey is part of the Austrian National Election Study (AUTNES).

PUMA Survey 4.1. Insights in societal changes in Austria

PUMA
Full edition for scientific use. PUMA Surveys consist of separate modules designed and prepared by different principle investigators. Fieldwork was conducted by Statistics Austria. This PUMA Survey consists of three modules: MODULE 1 "Family Background and the Intrahousehold Distribution of Resources - Explaining Gender Differences in Education", MODULE 2 "Voting Systems and Democratic Satisfaction - An Experimental Study", MODUL 3 "Skala zur Messung autoritärer Einstellungen in Österreich".

Audience Study on New Music Festivals as Agorai–Their Formation and Impact on Warsaw Autumn, Festival d’Automne in Paris, and Wien Modern Since 1980 (SUF edition)

Katarzyna Grebosz-Haring, Simone Heilgendorff, Luis Velasco-Pufleau & Monika Żyła
Full edition for scientific use. This data set offers access to research data gathered in a broad-reaching comparative survey of contemporary (art) music audiences carried out between September and November 2014 in the context of the research project, “New Music Festivals as Agorai – Their Formation and Impact on Warsaw Autumn, Festival d´Automne in Paris, and Wien Modern since 1980.” With over 1500 structured questionnaires returned at 14 events across five different genres (corresponding to...

AUTNES Comparative Study of Electoral Systems Post-Election Survey 2017 (CSES Edition)

Julian Aichholzer, Sylvia Kritzinger, Markus Wagner, Nicolai Berk, Hajo Boomgaarden & Wolfgang C. Müller
This is Open Access data based on the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems (CSES) Module 5 and focuses on the Austrian National Parliamentary Election held on 15 October 2017. This survey is part of the Austrian National Election Study (AUTNES). You can find the CSES cross country data set and the english questionnaire for module 5 on the CSES Website.

Replication Data for: Who is even studying journalism to become a journalist?

Dimitri Prandner & Robert Moosbrugger
The paper addresses the question why people are entering training programs which disseminate knowledge necessary for becoming part of the journalistic profession and how these motives go along with the intention to become a member of the profession. Therefore it draws on data collected among students in journalism related programs in Austria in 2015 (n=352) and tests the linkage between socioeconomic background of the students, their motives for entering a program and how these affect...

Editing EU-SILC UDB Longitudinal Data for Differential Mortality Analyses. SAS code and documentation.

Tobias Göllner & Johannes Klotz
This SAS code extracts data from EU-SILC User Database (UDB) longitudinal files and edits it such that a file is produced that can be further used for differential mortality analyses. Information from the original D, R, H and P files is merged per person and possibly pooled over several longitudinal data releases. Vital status information is extracted from target variables DB110 and RB110, and time at risk between the first interview and either death or...

Replication Data for: "Digital Mobility“ and Data Quality. Consequences of nonresponses as situational behaviour of survey participants when using a smartphone anywhere.

Daniela Wetzelhütter
A paper and pencil questionnaire is usually filled out at the place of receipt. For a household survey, this is quite often the residential address of respondents. When employment conditions are examined, the survey is often carried out at the workplace. If aspects of education are evaluated, a survey is normally done at the educational institution. Most recently, the same applied to an online questionnaire, which was usually completed at the place of receipt (location...

AUTNES Comparative Study of Electoral Systems Post-Election Survey 2017 (SUF edition)

Julian Aichholzer, Sylvia Kritzinger, Markus Wagner, Nicolai Berk, Hajo Boomgaarden & Wolfgang C. Müller
Full edition for scientific use. The survey is based on the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems (CSES) Module 5 and focuses on the Austrian National Parliamentary Election held on 15 October 2017. This survey is part of the Austrian National Election Study (AUTNES).

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