Parties' Immigration and Integration Positions Data Set (PImPo)
- Lehmann, Pola (WZB Berlin Social Science Center)
- Zobel, Malisa Zora (European University Viadrina)
- Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB)
- content analysis
- political program
- party politics
- comparative political science
The Parties' Immigration and Integration Positions Data Set (PImPo) includes data on parties' immigration and integration positions and saliency in 14 countries (Australia, Austria, Canada, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Switzerland, USA) between 1998 and 2013 based on crowd coding of parties' election manifestos. The data set entails variables on immigration and integration positions and saliency for each party in one election.
PImPo also gives data on the quasi-sentence level. Variables here include information on the topic of the quasi-sentence (immigration, integration, or none of both), the direction (supportive, sceptical, neutral), as well as information on agreement levels between crowd coders for each quasi-sentence. To make full use of this quasi-sentence level data, the original verbatim of each sentence can be added through a simple merge with the Manifesto Corpus (Lehmann, Pola / Matthieß, Theres / Merz, Nicolas / Regel, Sven / Werner, Annika (2015): Manifesto Corpus. Version: 20150708174629. Berlin: WZB Berlin Social Science Center.).
For detailed information on the dataset and its generation, please see Pola Lehmann, Malisa Zobel (2018): Positions and Saliency of Immigration in Party Manifestos. A Novel Data Set using Crowd Coding. European Journal for Political Research. Online First
1998 / 2013
Lehmann, Pola; Zobel, Malisa: Positions and Saliency of Immigration in Party Manifestos. A Novel Data Set using Crowd Coding. In: European Journal of Political Research2018, Volume Online Firsrt
- ID: 10.1111/1475-6765.12266 (DOI)
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