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Social Stratification in Eastern Europe After 1989 (general population, Slovak Republic)
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Identification Number: SASD 1993001
Author: Ivan Szelenyi, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), Donald J. Treiman, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA)
Date of collection: May 10, 1993 to May 31, 1993
Data collector: Methodic and Research Department of the Slovak Radio, Bratislava
Sampling procedure: Respondents were selected using a two-stage random sampling procedure.
Number of cases: Total 4959 cases, 4953 valid cases.

Abstract: Survey was directed at long-term changes in social stratification and mobility in Central and Eastern European Countries with special emphasis laid on the era after 1989. SSEE General Population Survey was conducted in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Russia and Slovakia in 1993 (national probability samples of approximately 5,000 respondents) and in Poland in 1994 (approx. 3,500 respondents). The issue of the survey were the careers of respondents (contemporary generation) as well as their parents and grandparents. It verified the dependency extent of the current social status of respondents on social status of their parents and grandparents as well as hypothesis of an intergenerational transfer through human and social potential. The following aspects of social structure were considered as the most important in the survey: household structure, social growth, educational development, career and self-employment, political participation, part-time economic activities, housework, income and property, living in settlements and regions, housing, material consumption, life style, social background and religion. Slovak national data file include complete data for all questions of the national questionnaire. TARKI is a depositor of integrated data file and documentation for all participed country. More information also at the web site of Czech archive of Social data SDA http://archiv.soc.cas.cz/SSEE

Citation: Social Stratification in Eastern Europe after 1989 (SSEE 1993)
Availability status: 0 - open to public for Slovak data set, integrated data file for all participed countries on http://archiv.soc.cas.cz/SSEE/

Related Publications:
  • Related to data file for Slovak Republic: 1.Bunčák Ján - Harmadyová Valentína: Transformation of Social Structure. Sociológia, 25(1993):389-401.
  • 2.Bunčák Ján - Harmadyová Valentína: The Transformation of the Social Structure. Pp. 36-52 in Slovakia: The Steps towards the European Community, Vol. 1, edited by L. Faltan. Bratislava: Slovak Academy of Sciences, Institute of Sociology 1993.
  • 3.Bunčák Ján - Harmadyová Valentína: Mobilitné dráhy v prvom desaťročí po druhej svetovej vojne. Pp. 180-185 in Od diktatúry k diktatúre, edited by M. Barnovský. Bratislava: Veda 1995.
  • 4.Machonin, Pavel: On Sociological Comparison of Czech and Slovak Societies.Sociológia 26(1994):38-43.
  • 5.Machonin, Pavel: Social Metamorphoses." Pp. 111-226 in Czechoslovakia 1918-1992. A Laboratory for Social Change, edited by J. Krejčí and Pavel Machonin. Houdmills, Basingstoke, and London: Macmillan Press; New York: St Martin's Press, 1996.
  • 6.Slomczynski, Kazimierz M. - Goldie, Shabad: Systemic Transformation and the Salience of Class Structure in East Central Europe. East European Politics and Societies 11(1997):1-26.
  • 7.Tuček, Milan: Progress of Meritocracy of Societies in the Czech and Slovak Republics.Sociológia 26(1994):381-93.
  • 8.van der Lippe, Tanja - Fodor, Éva: Changes in Gender Inequality in Six Eastern European Countries. Acta Sociologica, Vol. 41, No. 2-3, 131-149 (1998)
  • 9.Hanley, Eric - Treiman, Donald. J.: Did the Transformation to Post-Communism in Eastern Europe Restore Pre-Communist Property Relations? California Center for Population Research, 2003
  • Completed list of publications and articles for all participed countries see also:
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The complete documentation in DDI format can be found here.
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