Studies Concurrent with Employment (Panel: 2nd Wave 1983)
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AbstractAttitude to studies of those interested in studies. Topics: specific questions were particularly persued with therespondents depending on type of employment: 1. Employees: employment in large concern; area of business; companysize; occupational activity; work experiences; working conditions(scale); occupational satisfaction; work satisfaction and jobsatisfaction (scales); aspects of occupational biography; occupationalperspectives; change of occupation or change of job; fear ofunemployment; possibilities for further education; arrangement ofpossibilities for further education in the company; personalparticipation in possibilities for further education; employer measureto release one for studies concurrent with employment; information tosuperiors about taking up studies concurrent with employment andassumed attitude of superior to these studies. 2. Self-employed: area of business; number of colleagues; occupationalactivity; work experiences; working conditions (scale); occupationalsatisfaction; work satisfaction and satisfaction with job (scales);aspects of occupational biography; occupational fears for livelihood;planned changes of occupational position and change of occupation;importance of personal measures for further education. 3. Housewives: size of household; full-time or part-time employment offamily members; occupied by raising children; care for and lookingafter close persons; sole responsibility for provision of household;help with housework; type and extent of activity outside of home;feeling of being asked too much; satisfaction with personal situationin life; earlier full-time employment; reasons for giving upemployment; interest in resumption of employment; desired extent ofemployment. The following questions were posed to all respondents: participationof persons from the circle of friends and acquaintances in measures forfurther education; influence of other persons on one´s own attitude tostudies concurrent with employment; personal learning habits; judgementon selected basic conditions for promotion of one´s own motivation andpreferred learning method (scales); achievement orientation (scale);field of specialization of interest in studies and desired direction ofstudies; studies motivation (scale); interest in degree; desired formof degree (university for applied science or university); preferredduration of studies; financing costs of studies and possible sources offinancing; spatial closeness to college facilities; distance asobstacle; presence in residence of a place to work undisturbed; maximumweekly time to study; preferred study days and time budget for study;assumed restrition of selected activities through taking up studies(scale); use of vacation weeks for study; reasons for possiblyinterrupting course of study and assessment of personal endurance;reading habits; use of ´normal´ and scientific libraries. Demography: sex; month of birth; year of birth; marital status; numberof children; ages of children (classified); religious denomination;school education; vocational training; current and last occupationalposition; employment; household income; size of household; type of lastschool attended; year of highest school degree; year of last trainingcompleted; current or earlier employment in the civil service;unemployment and earlier employment; living together with a firmpartner; school education of partner; current or last occupationalposition of partner; school education and current or last occupationalposition of father or mother; number of employed persons in household. Interviewer rating: presence of third persons during interview;influence of the course of the interview by other persons; reliabilityand willingness of respondent to cooperate; length of interview; dateof interview; age of interviewer and sex of interviewer.
Update Metadata: 2023-02-01 | Issue Number: 98 | Registration Date: 2010-07-22