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European Social Survey, Switzerland - 2014

Version
1.1.0
Resource Type
Dataset
Creator
  • Ernst Staehli, Michèle
  • Joye, Dominique
  • Nisple, Karin
  • Ochsner, Michael
  • Pollien, Alexandre
  • Sapin, Marlène
  • van den Hende, Anthe
Publication Date
2019-04-03
Publisher
  • FORS - Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences
Classification
  • CESSDA Topics Classification:
    • Migration
    • Social change
    • HEALTH
Description
  • Abstract

    The ESS survey (European Social Survey, http://www.europeansocialsurvey.org) emerged from the need to obtain comparative data in Europe on a number of issues of political science, sociology, social psychology, mass communication or economics. The ESS is a study introduced in 2002 and replicated every two years. This is the seventh edition of the study in Switzerland. The ESS provides indicators on the practices and representations of the Swiss population, making it possible to compare them with European countries and to observe the evolution over time. The 2014 edition focuses on 'Attitudes towards immigration' and 'Social inequalities in health'.
Temporal Coverage
  • every 2 years since 2002 Round 7 (2014): 29.08.2014 - 20.02.2015
Geographic Coverage
  • Switzerland (CH)
  • whole Switzerland
Sampled Universe
Target population: All individuals aged 15 and above who reside in Switzerland
Sampling
Random sampling : Random sampling in one stage: The ESS is declared a survey of national importance and funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation. Hence, a sample of individuals can be drawn randomly from the sampling register of the Swiss Federal Statistical Office, according to Art. 13c, para. 2, lett. d, order of 30th June 1993 regarding the implementation of federal statistical surveys.
Time Dimension
  • Time series
Collection Mode
  • Face-to-face interview (CAPI, CAMI, PAPI, etc.)
Note
E: Be aware that the downloadable file is a highly anonymized version. If you notice (after the download) that this data file is not sufficient for your purpose, you can ask for the complete anonymized data file by sending an e-mail to dataservice@fors.unil.ch. This version is available with prior agreement of authors only. When asking for this file, you will need to argue why the highly anonymized version is not sufficient for your intended use. D: Wir möchten Sie darauf hinweisen, dass es sich bei diesem Datensatz um stark anonymisierte Daten handelt. Falls Sie nach dem Download bemerken sollten, dass diese Version Ihren Analysevorhaben nicht genügt, können Sie per E-Mail an dataservice@fors.unil.ch die kompletten Daten in anonymisierter Form anfordern. Diese sind ausschliesslich nach Zustimmung der Autoren erhältlich. Um diese kompletteren Daten anzufragen, werden Sie gebeten zu begründen, weshalb die stark anonymisierten Daten für Ihr Vorhaben nicht genügen. F : Nous attirons l’attention des chercheurs sur le fait qu’il s'agit d'une version hautement anonymisée des données de cette étude. Si, après téléchargement, celle-ci ne devait pas suffire à vos besoins, vous pouvez faire une demande par e-mail à dataservice@fors.unil.ch pour la version anonymisée complète, disponible uniquement avec accord préalable des auteurs. Vous devrez alors exposer pourquoi la version hautement anonymisée ne suffit pas pour réaliser votre projet.
Availability
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Update Metadata: 2019-04-03 | Issue Number: 1 | Registration Date: 2019-04-03

Ernst Staehli, Michèle; Joye, Dominique; Nisple, Karin; Ochsner, Michael; Pollien, Alexandre et. al. (2019): European Social Survey, Switzerland - 2014. Version: 1.1.0. FORS - Swiss Center for Expertise in Social Research. Dataset. https://doi.org/10.23662/FORS-DS-684-2