4 edition of Questionnaire and code book of the comparative Scandinavian welfare survey in 1972 found in the catalog.
Questionnaire and code book of the comparative Scandinavian welfare survey in 1972
Helsingin yliopisto. Research Group for Comparative Sociology.
Captions in English and Finnish.
|Statement||Research Group for Comparative Sociology, University of Helsinki.|
|Series||Research reports - Research Group for Comparative Sociology, University of Helsinki ; nr. 14, Research reports (Helsingin yliopisto. Research Group for Comparative Sociology) ;, no. 14.|
|LC Classifications||HN29 .H44 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||69 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||78313437|
This book explores this notion by examining the meanings of gender that underpin policies in the Scandinavian welfare states, historically and today. The book focuses on three Scandinavian countries - Denmark, Norway and Sweden - and explores the policy . As a research method, a survey collects data from subjects who respond to a series of questions about behaviours and opinions, often in the form of a questionnaire. The survey is one of the most widely used positivist research methods. The standard survey format allows individuals a level of anonymity in which they can express personal ideas.
Scandinavian welfare state may not be universal, but the Scandinavian route to a modern democ-ratic welfare state does still offer some general lessons as to interrelationships between political, economic and social development. Stein Kuhnle is Professor of Comparative Politics, University of Bergen, Norway. Sven E. Olsson. Scandinavian exceptionalism in an era of penal excess: part I: the nature and roots of Scandinavian esceptionalism. British Journal of Criminology, 48 (2), – CrossRef Google Scholar.
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Allardt describes the basic principles underlying the indicator system originated in the Comparative Scandinavian Welfare Study of ; contrasts them with those conceived in the Swedish Level of Living Survey of ; and argues that the comparative model not only offers a more comprehensive set of indicators but also permits the introduction of new indicators and measures when society changes.
Part I of this book is devoted to the development of Scandanavian societies from agrarian societies to modern industrial economies and welfare states. Three of the chapters in Part II analyse particular welfare problems, those of inequality, poverty, and redistribution; the final essay deals with women's position in the welfare state.
The papers included in Part III present theory and methods. the welfare values have to be established by studying the subjective per-* The Comparative Scandinavian Study, conducted by the Research Group for Comparative Sociology at the University of Helsinki, is mainly based on an interview survey in Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden in the Spring of In support of an association between migration and physical health problems are the findings of a controlled analysis of the Scandinavian Survey (AUardt, ) linking frequent migration to health.
The anchoring vignette and subjective welfare questions were piloted and included in the Tajikistan Living Standards Survey (TLSS) (in Section 14), conducted between September and October As in the case of the Tanzania survey, the specific topics were relevant to the context, with questions on migration and poverty.
Experiences from the Comparative Scandinavian Welfare Study, with a Bibliography of the Project Article in European Journal of Political Research 9(1) - May with Reads. The Scandinavian welfare-state model is changing. This book presents these changes and an interpretation of why they have taken place.
All scholars interested in welfare-state analysis need this book with its new and refreshing analysis of this specific model. This book provides a compelling and. To code each item, SA is coded as 4, A is coded as 3, D is coded as 2, and SD is coded as 1.
REVERSE CODING ITEMS For this scale, items se1, se2, se5, se6, se8, and se9 should be reverse coded by subtracting 5 from each item and taking the absolute value (so a score of 4 becomes a 1, a score of 3 becomes a 2, a score of 2 becomes a 3, and a score.
The following chronological overview 1 of cross-national comparative survey projects focuses on sample surveys among individuals or (private) households framing total (adult) national populations.
Studies aiming at subpopulations or target groups are not considered, except selected prominent and particularly relevant studies based on large subpopulations such as working or elderly populations.
The easy way out is to attribute current high levels of welfare spending to North Sea gas revenues. There is no question that the Netherlands did move up the welfare league table during the s and s (see Kaim-Caudle, Peter R., Comparative Social Policy and.
This book provides a compelling and rigorous analysis, which by bringing scholars from different disciplines together, casts new light and insight into the Scandinavian model. It will stimulate discussion about the welfare state, and at the same time it will be of great value for all students in the field of welfare-state analysis.
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Get this from a library. The Scandinavian model: welfare states and welfare research. [Robert Erikson;] -- Part I of this book is devoted to the development of Scandanavian societies from agrarian societies to modern industrial economies and welfare states.
Three of the chapters in Part II analyse. Gender equality is often seen as a hallmark of the Nordic countries. This book explores this notion by examining the meanings of gender that underpin policies in the Scandinavian welfare states, historically and today. The book focuses on three Scandinavian countries - Denmark, Norway and Sweden - and explores the policy reforms that have occurred relating to family and care.
In a survey in July, Danes cited their welfare system as their society's proudest achievement. "There's certainly been a feeling of 'we told you so'," says Ketels.
9 “The congruence of Scandinavian social-democratic welfare policy,” one recent account would have its readers believe, “is explained by two critical factors. One was that the parties chose to abandon the ghetto model in favor of parliamentary majoritarianism.
They had to cultivate, and fabricate, unity among workers, peasants, and the rising white collar strata. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Downloadable. Following the traditional Scandinavian welfare state model, the Nordic/Scandinavian model has recently become popular as a basic concept for shaping future approaches to European social politics.
Challenging the Anglo-Saxon model(s) and the Continental model(s), the Nordic/Scandinavian model is regarded as a compromise between the two. The social success of Nordic countries is, as will be shown systematically throughout this book, rooted deeply in their history and was apparent long before the adaptation of large welfare states.
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Research group for comparative sociology University of Helsinki See all articles by this author. Search Google Scholar for this author. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.Examples of Scandinavian welfare state dualization include the following instances: (1) social welfare in Sweden; (2) fiscal welfare in Denmark; and (3) occupational welfare in Norway.
A model juxtaposing system-world logic, as seen in the labor movement, and life-world logic, as seen in social movements, differentiates between the resources of.A comprehensive yet accessible survey of political history, governmental institutions, policymaking, political parties, interest groups, political culture, and foreign relations is also included.
The comparative and interdisciplinary focus makes this a stimulating source of ideas for anyone interested in democracy and social justice in the.