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Political Ideology II (Representative Survey 1980)

Version
1.0.0
Resource Type
Dataset
Creator
  • Allerbeck, Klaus R. (Universität Frankfurt)
  • Kaase, Max (Universität Mannheim)
  • Klingemann, Hans-Dieter (Freie Universität Berlin)
Publication Date
1982
Contributor
  • ZUMA, Mannheim (Data Collector)
  • GETAS, Bremen (Data Collector)
Language
German
Classification
  • ZA:
    • Political Attitudes and Behavior
Description
  • Abstract

    Structures and determinants of political participation and political ideology. Topics: perception of over- or underprivileged groups; harm to interests and representation of interests through organizations; political interest; evaluation of the legitimacy of the current government and political system; self-classification on a left-right continuum; left-right understanding; postmaterialism index; issue orientation; readiness to vote for the Greens; value preferences; sympathy scale for social groups and organizations as well as for parties; willingness to join a party; attitude to the influence of the government on the economy and the influence of the church on questions of social and education policy; view on a union-organized co-determination of large concerns; approval of unconventional political protest; point in time, goals and initiative in participation in unconventional political activities; attitude to political force; attitude to government measures of repression; party identification; voting intent in the Federal Parliament election; subjective classification of social class; participation in conventional political activities; assessment of the personal power of political effect and degree of indirect representation of interests; readiness to react to the system; self-classification on a top-bottom scale; social origins; party preference of parents. Demography: sex; age; marital status; number of children; ages of children (classified); religious denomination; religiousness; frequency of church attendance; school education; occupational training; occupation; occupational position; employment; type of company; assessment of job security; supervisor funciton and span of control; memberships and activities in organizations; household composition; frequency of moving. Interviewer rating: interview situation and course of the interview; presence of third persons; frequency of interruptions; interest of respondent in interview; length of interview; willingness to cooperate; reliability of respondent; date of interview; age of interviewer; sex of interviewer; identification of interviewer.
Temporal Coverage
  • 1980-02 / 1980-03
Geographic Coverage
  • Germany (DE)
    FRG (without West Berlin)
Sampled Universe
Persons 16 years old and older.
Sampling
Multi-stage stratified random sample (ADM mastersample)
Collection Mode
  • Oral survey with standardized questionnaire
Data and File Information
  • Unit Type: Individual
    Number of Units: 2095
    Number of Variables: 345
Note
Political Ideology II is the systematic continuation of an international comparative study conducted from 1973 to 1976 in seven European countries (Austria, Netherlands, Great Britain, Finland, Italy, Switzerland and the Federal Republic of Germany) and the USA. The German part of the study Political Ideology I is documented under ZA Study No. 757, the international study under ZA Study No. 0765. Besides the Federal Republic the Netherlands and the USA are also involved in the continuation project. In all three countries a follow-up survey of the persons interviewed in 1973 to 1976 and a new cross-section survey were conducted (survey year: Netherlands 1979 and USA 1981). The current description (ZA Study No. 1191) is based on the cross-section survey (1980) in the Federal Republic; the follow-up survey (1980) is documented under ZA Study No. 1190. An integrated data set of the cross-section and follow-up surveys of the three countries still involved in the continuation project exists under ZA Study Nos. 1188 and 1189. In the Federal Republic in 1982 additional theme conversations were conducted with 100 persons selected according to theoretical criteria from the respondents of the follow-up survey in 1980.
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Alternative Identifiers
  • ZA1191 (Type: ZA-No.)
Publications
  • Allerbeck, Klaus R.; Kaase, Max; Klingemann, Hans D.: Politische Ideologie, politische Beteiligung und politische Sozialisation. In: Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 20, 1979, Teil I, S. 357-378; 21, 1980, Teil II, S. 88-96.
  • Barnes, Samuel H.; Kaase, Max et al.: Political Action: Mass Participation in Five Western Democracies. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage 1979.
  • Fuchs, Dieter: Die Aktionsformen der neuen sozialen Bewegungen. In: Falter, Jürgen W.; Fenner, Christian; Greven, Michael Th. (Hrsg.): Politische Willensbildung und Interessenvermittlung. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag 1984, S. 621-624.
  • Fuchs, Dieter: Dimensionen politischer Unterstützung. In: Klingemann, Hans D.; Kaase, Max (Hrsg.): Politische Psychologie. Politische Vierteljahresschrift, Sonderheft 12. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag 1981, S. 208-225.
  • Kaase, Max: Politische Beteiligung in den 80er Jahren: Strukturen und Idiosynkrasien. In: Falter, Jürgen W.; Fenner, Christian; Greven, Michael Th. (Hrsg.): Politische Willensbildung und Interessenvermittlung. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag 1984, S. 338-350.

Update Metadata: 2017-12-28 | Issue Number: 77 | Registration Date: 2010-07-22

Allerbeck, Klaus R.; Kaase, Max; Klingemann, Hans-Dieter (1982): Politische Ideologie II (Repräsentativumfrage 1980). Version: 1.0.0. GESIS Datenarchiv. Dataset. https://doi.org/10.4232/1.1191