Risks in Coping with Life by Young People in Large Urban Monostructures 1993/1994
- Nickel, Hildegard M.
- Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Fachbereich Sozialwissenschaften, Institut für Soziologie
- Kuehnel, W. (Data Collector)
- Matuschek, I., Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin,Fachbereich Sozialwissenschaften, Institut fuer Soziologie (Data Collector)
- Education, School Systems
CESSDA Topic Classification:
- Mass political behaviour, attitudes/opinion
AbstractLife situation of young people in family, school and work as well as ideas about politics, culture, crime and violence. Topics: relation between classmates; violations of rules by other schoolchildren (scale) and attitude to this; frequency of punishment by those responsible for child-raising; appropriate reactions by the legal system to violations of the law by young people (scale); frequency of personal oppositional behavior regarding parents (scale); experiences as a victim in personal surroundings (scale); relationship of younger and older (scale); attitude to parents, military service; government and freedom of speech (scale); personal characteristics such as open-mindedness, curiosity, conformism; knowledge of self-defense (scale); carrying a weapon; going out of the way of uncertain situations; acts of violence in school in the last 12 months; interest in politics (scale); interest in television broadcasts (scale); frequency of reading a newspaper; value concepts regarding: work, occupation, partnership, family; attitude to foreigners; foreign friends; reasons for acts of violence (scale); character of one's own residential environment; assessment of Berlin; duration of residence in Berlin; desire to live somewhere else; places for leisure time and frequency of visits; conduct with difficulties (scale); personal acts of violence in the last 12 months; preferred type of music; attitude to various youth groups; leisure activity; participation in serious disputes; reason for these disputes; occurrence of violence in school, leisure time and family; most serious act of violence experienced oneself; most serious act of violence against others; position within the leisure group currently and desired; persons of the leisure group who are of importance for respondent; characterization of these persons; evaluation of behavior in the group/clique; number of friends; importance of a uniform opinion in the group; negative behavior of schoolchildren and teachers (scale); observing acts of violence in public transportation, company, disco, family, school, restaurants and on the street; social differences in society (scale); school conclusion desired; number of siblings; fears for the future (scale); available income per month and relation to income of friends; one's own financial situation and that of parents; occupational situation of parents; hypothetical and actual person to confide in; just treatment; party preference; family situation; specific characteristics of girls or boys; perceived threat regarding a possible act of violence at night in one's own residential area; frequency of violating school rules; favorite films; personal blows of fate and getting over them; daily values.
1993-12 / 1994-01
German Democratic Republic (1949-1990) (DDDE)Berlin (East)
Number of Units: 1178
Number of Variables: 641
- ZA6581 (Type: ZA-No.)
Kühnel, W.; Matuschek, I.: Gruppenprozesse und Devianz. Risiken jugendlicher Lebensbewältigung in großstädtischen Monostrukturen. Juventa 1995.
Update Metadata: 2020-10-21 | Issue Number: 88 | Registration Date: 2012-06-15