WVS - World Values Survey 1990
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Identification Number: SASD 1990001
Author: Ronald Inglehart (Chairman of the WVS Executive Committee), Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MI 48106-1248, USA
Date of collection: 1. september 1990 to 30. september 1990
Data collector: AISA - Association for Independent Social Analysis (Prague)
Sampling procedure: Selection of respondents stratified by sex, age, education, region and size of community, within randomly selected sampling points.
Number of cases: 466
Abstract: WVS World Values Survey 1990 was conducted for the first time in Slovakia. It was conducted within common survey in ČSFR in 1990 and was coordinated by experts from Czech republic. The first wave of World Values Survey was carried out in 1981, but Czechoslovakia did not participate in it. The main goal is to analyze changes of values over time on global cross-cultural worldwide basis. To examined fields belongs: work, family, satisfaction with life, religion and morals, political attitudes, society, economics, aims of respondent, national identity. The second module was carried out in Slovak republic independently in 1998
Citation: WVS - World Values Survey 1990 / September 1990
Availability status: Slovak data set: 0 - open to public, integrated data set in english on www.worldvaluessurvey.org/
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