ESS Topline Results

Das internationale ESS-Team hat Broschüren erarbeitet, die einige der wichtigsten ESS-Themen anschaulich darstellen. Die Broschüren sind in englischer Sprache gehalten und können hier kostenlos heruntergeladen werden. Unten stehend finden Sie:

Weitere ESS Findings stehen auf der internationalen Webseite des European Social Surveys zum Download zur Verfügung. >> Zur internationalen Webseite

 

Deutsche Broschüre mit ausgewählten Ergebnissen des Gesundheitmoduls aus Welle 7 (2014)

Gesundheit in Europa - Soziale Unterschiede und deren Bestimmungsfaktoren: Ergebnisse der 7. Runde des European Social Survey

http://www.europeansocialsurvey.org/docs/findings/ESS_TL6_Health_final_DE.pdf

        "Der Ergebnisreport Gesundheit in Europa - Soziale Unterschiede und deren Bestimmungsfaktoren beschreibt die Ergebnisse erster Analysen der Daten aus dem letzten ESS-Wechselmodul, insbesondere wie sich die selbstberichtete Gesundheit zwischen den Ländern Europas unterscheidet. Der Bericht befasst sich auch mit den sozialen Bestimmungsfaktoren von Gesundheit und fokussiert dabei auf das Gesundheitsverhalten der Befragten (Alkoholkonsum, Rauchen, Bewegung), aber auch die sonstigen Lebensumstände, wie berufliche Gegebenheiten und die Wohnsituation zu Hause. Diese Faktoren sind wichtig, um bestehende Bildungsunterschiede in der gemessen Gesundheit der Befragten zu erklären, innerhalb der einzelnen Länder, aber auch zwischen den Ländern Europas."

 

Broschüre mit ausgewählten Ergebnissen des Migrationsmoduls aus Welle 7 (2014)

Attitudes towards Immigration and their Antecedents: Topline Results from Round 7 of the European Social Survey

http://www.europeansocialsurvey.org/docs/findings/ESS7_toplines_issue_7_immigration.pdf

        "The module of questions asked in round 7 of the ESS addresses important debates about sources of the public’s perceptions of, and attitudes towards, immigration. As well as documenting overall levels of support, or opposition, the module enables us to explore attitudes towards different sorts of migrants, the criteria for accepting or excluding different sorts of migrants, the extent of contact with members of migrant communities, the perceived costs and benefits of migration, and the main drivers of these attitudes. This report Attitudes towards Immigration and their Antecedents provides topline findings on some of these questions, specifically: the overall levels of support, or lack of support, for immigration; the differences between European countries in their attitudes to immigration; the extent to which European publics differentiate between different types of migrant; the perceived costs and benefits of immigration, and the extent of polarisation within European countries."

 

Broschüre mit ausgewählten Ergebnissen des Gesundheitmoduls aus Welle 7 (2014)

Social Inequalities in Health and their Determinants: Topline Results from Round 7 of the European Social Survey

http://www.europeansocialsurvey.org/docs/findings/ESS7_toplines_issue_6_health.pdf

        "This booklet Social Inequalities in Health and their Determinants describes the topline findings from our preliminary analysis of these data, including an exploration of how different health outcomes and major determinants of health vary across Europe. We also include an examination of how different social determinants of health, specifically those related to behavioural, occupational and living conditions, contribute to explaining educational inequalities in poor self-rated health. This examination provides an indication of the type of in-depth analyses which can be undertaken with these new data and some early insights into the type of factors important in explaining educational inequalities in poor self-rated health in Europe."

 

Persönliches und soziales Wohlbefinden in Europa

Measuring and reporting on Europeans’ Wellbeing: Findings from the European Social Surves

http://www.europeansocialsurvey.org/docs/findings/ESS1-6_measuring_and_reporting_on_europeans_wellbeing.pdf

        "This booklet Measuring and reporting on Europeans’ Wellbeing presents findings on Europeans’ wellbeing using data from the first six rounds of the ESS. We aim to showcase the scope that ESS data provide for exploring the definition, distribution and drivers of subjective wellbeing across Europe and to encourage others to make full use of ESS data in advancing society’s understanding of these important issues."

 

Europeans' Personal and Social Wellbeing: Topline Results from Round 6 of the European Social Survey

http://www.europeansocialsurvey.org/docs/findings/ESS6_toplines_issue_5_personal_and_social_wellbeing.pdf

        "This booklet Europeans' Personal and Social Wellbeing describes the topline findings from our preliminary analysis of these data, including an exploration of the multidimensional nature of wellbeing; discussion of how scores on the different wellbeing dimensions vary across Europe; and an examination of the relationship between income and wellbeing."

 

Broschüre mit ausgewählten Ergebnissen des Demokratiemoduls aus Welle 6 (2012)

Europeans' Understandings and Evaluations of Democracy: Topline Results from Round 6 Of the European Social Survey

http://www.europeansocialsurvey.org/permalink/800ea36f-3a8d-11e4-95d4-005056b8065f.pdf

        "This report Europeans' Understandings and Evaluations of Democracy presents key findings for the participating countries. These include countries from four different geographical areas (regions): seven Western European countries: Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Switzerland and the UK; five Northern European countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden; four Southern European countries: Cyprus, Italy, Portugal and Spain, plus neighbouring Israel; and twelve Central and Eastern European countries: Albania, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia, Kosovo, Russia and Ukraine. These countries vary considerably in terms of democratic performance, and also with respect to the degree to which the economic crisis has hit them. This allows us to investigate when and why democratic support might be put under stress."

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Pre-announcement: Call for Question Design Teams

ESS ERIC is pleased to pre-announce the call for multi-national teams of researchers to submit applications for modules of questions to be fielded as part of Round 10 of the European Social Survey (ESS). The call for Round 10 QDTs will open by mid-October 2017.

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