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  • Research data . 2022
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    GfK Austria;
    Publisher: AUSSDA

    Topic: Vienna politics

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    Authors: 
    GfK;
    Publisher: AUSSDA

    Thema: Volkshochschulen

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    GfK Austria;
    Publisher: AUSSDA

    Thema: Wirtschaftspolitischer Kompetenzmonitor

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    Authors: 
    Sozialwissenschaftliche Studiengesellschaft;
    Publisher: AUSSDA

    No abstract available

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    Authors: 
    Müller, Wolfgang C.; Bodlos, Anita; Dolezal, Martin; Eder, Nikolaus; Ennser-Jedenastik, Laurenz; Gahn, Christina; Graf, Elisabeth; Haselmayer, Martin; Haudum, Teresa; Huber, Lena Maria; +5 more
    Publisher: AUSSDA

    Full edition for scientific use. The AUTNES coding of party press releases covers all press releases that were issued by parties gaining at least two percent of the votes in the national elections 2002, 2006, 2008, 2013 and 2017. The coding procedure applies the AUTNES relational approach of recording subjects, predicates, and objects to press releases. The subject is the person or party that features as the sender of the message in the title of the press release. There are two types of objects: issues and object actors. Issues are recorded by coders selecting from the AUTNES issue coding scheme the one issue that fits the content of the press release’s title best. The issue predicate numerically records whether the subject’s position towards the issue is one of support, rejection, or conveys a neutral/ambivalent stance. This procedure (coding of predicate and issue) is repeated for the subtitle of the press release. Up to three object actors are recorded from the information in the title of the press release, each with their name (if an individual is present) and organisational affiliation, as well as the evaluation by the subject actor (positive, negative or neutral). In addition to the basic subject–predicate–object structure we code four more variables for specific years: character traits for all object actors, party records for all subject and object actors, justifications for issue statements, and the incident that triggered the press release. Variables: party authoring the press release; sender (the three-letter APA channel through which the press release was sent); keywords of the press release; title; subtitle; text; name of first and second subject actor; organisational affiliation of these subject actors; reference to subject actor’s record; issue of title and subtitle; issue predicate of title and subtitle (position towards the coded issue of title and subtitle); reference of title and subtitle to policy at the EU level; justification of issue; up to three object actors: name and organisational affiliation; object actor predicates (the relation between the subject and each object actor as support, criticism/rejection, or neutral); reference to object actor’s record; reference to object actor’s attributes; trigger variables: arena in which the press release was triggered; name and organisational affiliation of the individual who triggered the press release; bipartisan press release (press release was issued in by politicians from two different parties). Additionally coded was: ID of individual press releases; coder-ID.

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    Authors: 
    Statistics Austria;
    Publisher: AUSSDA

    A work group of the Council of Europe has developed a program for the evaluation the populations’ knowledge of foreign languages. It was recommended by the Council of Europe to the EU member states. It allows internationally comparable surveys on this topic over the next years. In Austria this survey is conducted as a Mikrozensus special survey in December 1974.

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    Authors: 
    Sozialwissenschaftliche Studiengesellschaft;
    Publisher: AUSSDA

    No abstract available

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Statistics Austria;
    Publisher: AUSSDA

    The Mikrozensus special survey from September 2002 consisted of two parts: -> „standard-questions“ of the “extended housing survey” (A-sheet)) -> care-service – housekeeping – childcare (B-sheet) Prior to the questions on sheet B there are two questions from the labour force survey program (duration of job seeking, limited duration of employment), an extension of the standard program. Since June 2000, they have to be asked quarterly for the EU and the Office for Statistics “EUROSTAT”. The field “care-service – housekeeping – childcare” had already been the topic of several Mikrozensus special survey (1969, 1977, 1983 and 1995). The comparison of this survey with those from the previous years shows changes in the behaviour of the partners concerning housekeeping and childcare and how much this change is the result of the increasing employment of women outside the household. Adequate institutional childcare which allows women to accommodate childcare and employment has been of public interest for the last years. An important aspect is the question of to what extent care and education is transferred from the family to public institutions. Another element of the survey is the question on the care of care-dependent relatives or friends, which is given special attention due to the ageing population.

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    Authors: 
    Sozialwissenschaftliche Studiengesellschaft;
    Publisher: AUSSDA

    No abstract available

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    Authors: 
    Sozialwissenschaftliche Studiengesellschaft;
    Publisher: AUSSDA

    No abstract available

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