Political Culture in Central and Eastern Europe (PCE 2000)
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Identification Number: SASD 2000001
Author: Author of the project in Slovak Republic: PhDr. Ľuba Žaloudková, Institute for Sociology of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Klemensova 19, 813 04 Bratislava, Slovakia, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date of collection: September 12, 2000 to September 25, 2000
Data collector: GfK Slovakia, The fieldwork was coordinated by INRA/Ipsos Germany, Mölln
Sampling procedure: National multi-stage stratified random sample: households: random route; and selection of respondent according to the nearest birthday. Number of respondents: 1094. Number of sample points 142
Number of cases: 1094
Abstract: Project was focused at analysis of pattern of political orientations of the masses in Central and Eastern Europe in comparation with three member states of the European Union. Attitudes and values of the citizens were analysed regarding their implications on individual habits and behaviour, as well as the interaction between individual coping strategies and collective behaviour. The project included 11 European nations. Three, where the transformation from an authoritarian to a democratic system was successful (Germany, Greece and Spain), five, where the transition process was advanced (Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovenia, Estonia), three, where the transition process was on a good course (Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia), and two, where the transition process was still in the initial phase (Albania, Russia). Germany was a special case in this design, since West Germany represented the case of a successful transformation towards a consolidated liberal democracy and East Germany was still a case of transformation. The widely cited idiom of "die Mauer in den Köpfen" (a wall in the heads) shows that inspite of the institutional unification it still can be spoken of two Germanys as far as the mental map is concerned. The research project was organised as a "most different design", which allowed to compare systematic differences of the countries
Citation: Political Culture in Central and Eastern Europe (PCE 2000)
Availability status: 0 - open to public (data set from Slovakia)
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