Organizational Analysis

Resource Type
  • Bosi, Lorenzo
  • Cinalli, Manlio
  • Clua, Anna
  • Giugni, Marco
  • Grasso, Maria
  • Kousis, Maria
  • Lahusen, Christian
  • Milanese, Niccolò
  • Sinczuch, Marcin
  • Uba, Katrin
Publication Date
  • FORS - Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences
  • CESSDA Topics Classification:
    • Equality and inequality
    • Youth
  • Abstract

    The proposed project aims to study the relations between inequalities and young people's ways of doing politics as well as to advance scenarios for future democratic models and political systems in Europe that are more inclusive for young people. It has three main objectives: (1) To provide systematic evidence on the ways in which inequalities are lived by young people and (re)acted upon, exploring the coping mechanisms which are embedded in young people's ways of doing politics; these coping mechanisms are manifested in multiple forms, i.e. as either political (dis)engagement and contestation online and offline or as (trans-)national democratic innovation and experimentation; (2) To advance knowledge on the conditions and causes underpinning young people's ways of doing politics; this involves an examination of their norms, values, attitudes, and behaviors regarding democracy, power, politics, policymaking, social and political participation (online and offline) and the organization of economic, social and private life in order to identify ways to strengthen youth political participation and engagement with democratic life in Europe; (3) To suggest a number of different future scenarios for the development of democracy and political participation in Europe, putting particular emphasis on implementing new democratic models that are more inclusive for young people especially those with fewer opportunities.
Temporal Coverage
  • 01.02.2017 - 31.01.2020
Geographic Coverage
  • Switzerland (CH)
  • Germany (DE)
  • France (FR)
  • Italy (IT)
  • Spain (ES)
  • Sweden (SE)
  • United Kingdom (GB)
  • Poland (PL)
  • Greece (GR)
  • Europe
Sampled Universe
Youth-related and youth-led organization websites in the nine countries of the EURYKA project
Random sampling : The sampling process aimed at randomly selecting 500 websites of youth organizations per country. The mapping of youth organizations was organized into two stages: information -gathering on the country-specific organizational field and systematic data retrieval of the active organizations. In sum, two populations resulted: one of website URLs derived from hubs and one of Facebook pages. To build one uniform dataset available for statistical analysis, organizations identified via Facebook were later on only coded if they provided a link to a website outside Facebook. In the next step, coders randomized both lists (Facebook pages and websites) and drew a sample from both lists, initially 100 from each. After reviewing the first results, it was decided that for each country there will different sample sizes from both sources, in an attempt to be inclusive of the diversity of organizations in each country and representative for each country.
Time Dimension
  • Cross-section
Collection Mode
  • Content coding
No restriction

Update Metadata: 2021-01-12 | Issue Number: 1 | Registration Date: 2021-01-12