Codebook: Variables, universes, concepts, survey design and frequency distribution
The Danish Value Survey is the Danish contribution to a cross-national, comparative survey: The European Values Survey (EVS) which has been carried out in a number of European countries since 1981. The questionnaires have been standardised. The study provides insights into values and opinions of citizens all over Europe.
This is the fourth survey. In 1981 the first survey were carried out in 26 countries including Denmark (DDA-00829). The second survey conducted in 1990 included 40 countries (DDA-01523). The third study was conducted in 1999 (DDA- 05837). That makes this data material very extensive.
The value surveys examine a number of values but are primarily focused on:
This makes it possible to formulate hypotheses focused on a single subject as well as on general value systems.
Kind of data: Survey data
Time dimension: Cross-sectional (one time) study - partial replication,
Sampling procedure: Simple random sample
Action to minimize loos: NA
Mode of collection: Other
Test type: Structured questionnaire
Number of questions: 446
Data Collector: NA
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