Students at Hessian Colleges on Questions of Politics
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AbstractPolitical participation and attitudes of Hessian students. Topics: typeand content of studies; degree sought; number of semesters; activitybefore start of studies; most important reasons for current studies;manner of financing studies; attitude to support for college studiesfrom public funds for selected fringe groups; extent of availablefinancial funds and proportion of student aid; rent costs; housingsituation; satisfaction with housing; satisfaction with studies; majorreasons for satisfaction or dissatisfaction; current personal burden;reasons for thoughts of interrupting course of study; the role of thesciences (scale); personal college political involvement; mostsympathetic and most unsympathetic college group; participation inactions on university reform; frequency of contact with selected groupsof persons within and outside of the college; assessment of personaloccupation and job market chances after conclusion of course ofstudies; expectations one´s own professional position in the year 2000;demands and ideal concepts regarding future professional life; timebudget for studies, work and political activities; proportion ofremaining leisure time; daily and weekly newspapers regularly read;importance of selected leisure activities; preference of values;interest in political events, university policy questions anddevelopments as well as European policies; political participation;most important reasons for political non-involvement; reasons forsooner positive or negative expectation of further political and socialdevelopment; self-assessment on a left-right continuum in comparison tothe majority as well as one´s fellow students; understanding of leftand right; degree of agreement of one´s own political stand withvarious political fundamental philosophies; attitude to politicalquestions and agreement with selected political goals (scale);designation of nations and ethnic groups for which one has particularsympathy or antipathy; perceived threats from political developmentsand changes of the environment; dissatisfaction with politics;referendums, citizen participation, party reform or increasedpresidential government as preferred solution for dealing with currentpolitical problems; attitude to selected social-political opinions(scale); attitude to a political leadership elite; attitude to selectedaspects of the democratically constituted political system (scale);reasons for sympathy with new parties; attitude to selected positionson questions of internal security (scale); sympathy scale for selectedpolitical groups, fringe groups and minorities (scale); attitude toGermany as immigration country (scale); psychologicalself-characterization; nationality; single-parent; social origins.
Update Metadata: 2023-02-01 | Issue Number: 97 | Registration Date: 2010-07-22