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EVS - European Values Study 1991
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Identification Number: SASD 1991001
Author: Řehák, Ján - responsible for Slovak part of the Study
Date of collection: August 26, 1991 to September 8, 1991
Data collector: Slovak Radio
Sampling procedure: Sample: First two regions were covered by interviewers network of the Czech Radio Reseacg Unit and the latter by the fieldwork of Slovak Radio. The further stratification was done with the proportionate sample sizes - for regions within three countries of CSFR - for size town/village within districts - for sex and age within a selected place The first was achieved by apriori given sample size, the second by a selection from size ordered places within chosen counties and the third by the systematic sampling with random starts from the lists of habitants of the chosen places who were ordered by sex and age The sample was designed as two-stage cluster sampling: 1st step: the counties (districtis) were selected within all regions, proportionately by their size 2nd step: the parts of towns or villages were selected from the chosen counties, proportionately to their size. Universe: Both sexes, Missin
Number of cases: 1136

Abstract: The survey was a part of 2 nd wave of European Values Study EVS. In 1991 it was a first time using of EVS in Slovakia. In international comparative survey was focusing on the questions of work, meaning of life, family, religion and current social problems - divorce, suicide, abortion and so on. More on survey at http://zacat.gesis.org/webview/index.jsp

Citation: EVS 1991
Availability status: Slovak data set: 0 - open to public, integrated data set in english on http://zacat.gesis.org/webview/index.jsp.

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