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The International Social Survey Programme. A new approach to macro-sociological comparative research.


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Comparing temporal changes in ex-communist and never-communist countries - Peter Robert. Data from 30 Nations - S. What should be the responsibility of government - Attitudinal convergence or divergence? The role of modernization and political institutions - Jonas Edlund. Facts and artifacts in cross-national research.


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Religion, society and the state. Decline of persistence of religion? Reflexive Methodology Mats Alvesson. Real World Research Colin Robson. Social Science Concepts Gary Goertz. Action Research Jean McNiff. Presenting Your Findings Penny M.

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The International Social Survey Programme 1984-2009 : Charting the Globe

Qualitative Networks Elisa Bellotti. Methods of Criminological Research Victor R. Researching Race and Racism John Solomos. Social Impact Assessment Henk A. The International Social Survey Programme. A new approach to macro-sociological comparative research. History, organisation and members, working principles and outcomes. A historical-sociological account - Tom W.

A breakthrough in comparative social research. Social and political attitudes: Class-related inequalities and the role of government.

The International Social Survey Programme 1984-2009: Charting the Globe

Introduction - Roger Jowell. Economic Development Reduces Tolerance for Inequality: Views about a just wage compensation. Comparing temporal changes in ex-communist and never-communist countries - Peter Robert. Macro-inequalities and micro-justice - Michel Forse.

Data from 30 Nations - S. What should be the responsibility of government - Attitudinal convergence or divergence? The role of modernization and political institutions - Jonas Edlund. Facts and artifacts in cross-national research. The Failure of a Dream? He is one of the founders of the International Social Survey Programme, and chaired it for the first six years.

Smith is an internationally recognized expert in survey research specializing in the study of social change and survey methodology. Co-founder and former Secretary General of the International Social Survey Program, he has won numerous awards and prizes for his work. The International Social Survey Programme has played a pioneering role in creating and sustaining methodologically-sophisticated mass attitude