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Leitfaden zur Erstellung einer Leistungsbeschreibung für die Ausschreibung von Interviewer-administrierten Befragungen

Jette Schröder, Michael Blohm, Bella Struminskaya, Klaus Pforr, Henning Silber & Michael Bosnjak
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Documentation of mail data collection

Sven Stadtmüller & Christoph Beuthner
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Documentation of online surveys

Ines Schaurer, Tanja Kunz & Tobias Heycke
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Sampling in Practice

Sabine Häder
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Stichproben in der Theorie

Siegfried Gabler & Sabine Häder
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Gewichtung

Siegfried Gabler, Jan-Philipp Kolb, Matthias Sand & Stefan Zins
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Stichproben in der Theorie

Siegfried Gabler & Sabine Häder
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Stichproben in der Praxis

Sabine Häder
SDM Survey Guidelines

The Squeaky Wheel Gets the Grease – Reference Point Variations in Game Theoretic Experimental Dictator Games

Dirk Betz, Marcel Oestreich & Claudia Biniossek

Ist das noch Dokumentarisch? Replik zu einer Variante Dokumentarischer Organisationsforschung im Beitrag von Martin Hunold \"Zur dokumentarischen Rekonstruktion von Organisationserziehung\"

Daniel Goldmann
Replik zu einer Variante Dokumentarischer Organisationsforschung im Beitrag von Martin Hunold "Zur dokumentarischen Rekonstruktion von Organisationserziehung" (https://doi.org/10.21241/ssoar.65683)

Dokumentarische Methode und digitale Artefakte - zur Rekonstruktion der Vermittlungsweisen von Apps

Denise Klinge
Jahrbuch Dokumentarische Methode. Heft 1/2019

Schengen and the Rosary: Catholic Religion and the Postcolonial Syndrome in Polish National Habitus

Marta Bucholc
The article discusses the formation of national habitus in Poland and its recent transformation in the postsocialist period from the perspective of Norbert Elias’s sociology of social processes. The starting point of the analysis is the action “Rosary to the Borders” (Różaniec do granic) of 2017: the article analyses the use of universal Catholic and nation-bound symbolic resources in this action referring to Elias’s symbol theory, in order to indicate the main characteristics of the...

State Formation, Habitus, and National Character: Elias, Bourdieu, Polanyi, and Gellner and the Case of Asylum Seekers in Ireland

Steven Loyal & Stephen Quilley
Synthesizing material derived from Norbert Elias, Pierre Bourdieu, Karl Polanyi, Max Weber, Benedict Anderson and Ernest Gellner, in Part I the concept of “national character” is delineated as a special case of “habitus” relating to the socio-spatial scale of the nation state. In relation to problems of state-formation, national character is shown to be a figurational and co-developmental function of the system of nation-states in which patterns of mutual identification and “imagined community” involve both...

Metadata Schema of the CESSDA EuroQuestionBank: Documentation and Publication of Survey Questions in a European Question Bank; Version 1.0

Esra Akdeniz & Wolfgang Zenk-Möltgen
Existing question data banks for social science survey research mainly operate at the national level. National question data banks serve their constituent research communities and only include questions from surveys that have been conducted within their own countries. This limits the pool of available questions to draw from, as well as possibilities for cross-national comparative research, an increasingly important aim of social science investigation. The CESSDA EuroQuestion-Bank (EQB) project implements a cross-national question bank with...

R Code for the Development and Validation of Measurement Instruments in the Social Sciences: Psychometric Analyses (Dimensionality, Reliability, Measurement Invariance)

Melanie Viola Partsch, Katharina Groskurth, Matthias Blümke & Isabelle Schmidt

Stata Code for the Development and Validation of Measurement Instruments in the Social Sciences: Psychometric Analyses (Dimensionality, Reliability, Measurement Invariance)

Katharina Groskurth, Thomas Knopf, Melanie Viola Partsch, Isabelle Schmidt & Matthias Blümke

ZIS Publication Guide (Version 2.1) - Guideline for Documenting Instruments in the Open Access Repository for Measurement Instruments (ZIS)

D. Nießen, K. Groskurth, M. Bluemke & Isabelle Schmidt

SHARE 9. Welle - Neue Items zu den Themen finanzielle Entscheidungsfindung, erfolgreiches Altern, Ess- und Schlafverhalten, langfristige Pflegeversicherung und Erwartungen an die Langzeitpflege

T. Lenzner, P. Hadler, D. Nießen, F. Quint, P. Steins & C. Neuert
Der Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (SHARE) ist eine interdisziplinäre und län-derübergreifende Forschungsinfrastruktur, die in regelmäßigen Abständen Daten zum Leben von über 140.000 Menschen über 50 Jahren (circa 380.000 Interviews) erhebt. Die Daten beziehen sich auf verschiedene Bereiche wie soziale und familiäre Netzwerke, Gesundheit und sozio-ökonomischer Status. SHARE umfasst 27 europäische Länder und Israel. Die 9. Welle von SHARE interessiert sich besonders für folgende neue Themenbereiche: finanzielle Entscheidungsfindung, erfolgreiches Altern, Essverhalten, langfristige...

Have Civilising Processes Changed Direction? Informalisation, Functional Democratisation, and Globalisation

Cas Wouters
With his concept “functional democratisation,” Norbert Elias articulates how a specific type of “social equalisation” is connected to expanding interdependency networks and long-term civilising processes. This article initially focuses on connections between functional democratisation and informalisation, throwing new light on the wider framework of the theory of civilisation and informalisation, as well as on these processes themselves. These insights are followed by a discussion into how functional democratisation and informalisation are interconnected with social differentiation...

It’s not easy to spot disinformation on Twitter

Sebastian Stier, David Schoch, Franziska Keller & JungHwan Yang
>Dr. Sebastian Stier and his co-authors Franziska Keller, David Schoch, and JungHwan Yang examine so called “astroturfing” campaigns which aim at misleading the public by giving a false impression that there is genuine grass-roots support or opposition for a particular group or policy. Those campaigns don’t solely rely on automated “bots” or bot accounts — humans, not programmers or AI, are behind the “troll farms”.

Demographic inference and corrections for non-representativeness when working with multilingual social media data

Fabian Flöck
Dr. Fabian Flöck introduces a new state of the art for inferring demographic attributes of social media profiles with deep learning in 32 languages. In his paper from last year he showed how to estimate the probabilities to be on Twitter for different socio-demographic strata in over 1000 regions in the EU. Read the blog post to learn more about the paper, the pretrained model or the Web demo.

Das Zielpersonen-Anschreiben in sozialwissenschaftlichen Befragungen

Sven Stadtmüller, Silke Martin & Anouk Zabal
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