Situation of Afro-Asian Students in the Federal Republic of Germany
Aich, Prodosh (Forschungsinstitut für Soziologie, Universität zu Köln)
Motives of foreign students for studies in Germany and evaluation ofacceptance in the Federal Republic. Topics: Differences between the image of Germany before arrival andcurrently; type and sources of information about the FRG; length ofstay; desired occupation; equal opportu...
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Male students, who in the winter semester
1959/60 had been studying for at least 2 semesters and come from the
following countries: Egypt, India, Indonesia, Iran and Jordan.
Interviewed as control group were students from Ghana, Nigeria and
The interviews were conducted in Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Heidelberg
Probability: Stratified; Sampling Procedure Comment: Stratified random sample
Motives of foreign students for studies in Germany and evaluation ofacceptance in the Federal Republic.
Topics: Differences between the image of Germany before arrival andcurrently; type and sources of information about the FRG; length ofstay; desired occupation; equal opportunities of choice of occupationwith studies in native country; intensity of contacts with studycolleagues and university personnel; organization of leisure time;letter contacts with home; difficulties in house-hunting; contacts withthe German population; discrimination experienced; attitude to theGerman population (semantic differential); assumed heterostereotype;re-orientation of demands; political, cultural and economic knowledgeabout the FRG; political attitude; financial situation; languageproficiency; media usage; social origins; time budget.
Demography: age (classified); citizenship; marital status; number ofchildren; age und number of siblings; religious denomination;religiousness, regional origins.
Interviewer rating: willingness of respondent to cooperate; presenceof other persons; language proficiency; external impression.
Survey unit: college students###
ZA0195 (Type: ZA-No.)
1 (Type: VerbundFDB)
Farbige unter Weißen.
Köln: Kiepenheuer & Witsch 1962