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Mednarodna splošna družboslovna anketa (ISSP)
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Abstract
Mednarodna družboslovna anketa (ISSP) je kontinuiran program mednarodnega sodleovanja. Skupina, osnovana leta 1983, razvija različne raziskovalne module, ki se dotikajo pomembnih družbenih vprašanj in katerih namen je dopolniti nacionalne ankete. Modul ''stališča o delu'' vsebuje podatke iz naslednjih držav: Avstrije, Velike Britanije, Madžarske, Irske, Izraela, Italije, Norveške, Severne Irske, Nizozemske, Združenih držav Amerike in Zvezne republike Nemčije. Vprašanja se dotikajo treh glavnih sklopov: (1.) splošna stališča do dela in prostega časa (delovni in prosti čas, delovna etika in predanost delu, pomen dela za občutek samospoštovanja in občutek odtujenosti zaradi nezaposlenosti), (2.) organiziranost dela (stališča glede samozaposlevanja, delo v javnem oziroma zasebnem sektorju, delo za polni oziroma polovični delovni čas, "job sharing", razdelitev dobička, delo v velikih oziroma malih podjetjih in stališča glede napredovanja), (3.) zadovoljstvo z delom, kolektivni intesesi delavcev in dopolnilno delo (značilnosti oziroma kvalitete dela, sindikatov, delodajalcev, managerjev, kolektivnih interesov in informiranosti o razpoložljivih dopolnilnem delu, vključno z razlogom zakaj je to potrebno).

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:stališča o delu, odnos do prostega časa, delovna etika, predanost delu, odtujenost, samozaposlovanje, delo v javnem sektorju, delo v zasebnem sektorju, delo za polni delovni čas, delo za polovični delovni čas, "job sharing", razdelitev dobička, velika podjetja, mala podjetja, zadovoljstvo z delom, sindikati, kolektivni interesi delavcev, managerji, dopolnilno delo, demografska vprašanja
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Tipology:2.20 - Complete Scientific Database or Corpus
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2002
Publisher:Fakulteta za družbene vede, Arhiv družboslovnih podatkov
Place:Ljubljana
UDC:331
COBISS.SI-ID:26854237 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Abstract:
The International Social Science Survey Program (ISSP) is an ongoing program of crossnational collaboration. Formed in 1983, the group develops topical modules dealing with important areas of social science as supplements to regular national surveys. The ''Work Orientations'' module includes data from Austria, Great Britain, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Norway, Northern Ireland, the Netherlands, United States, and West Germany. The module covers three main topics: (1) general attitudes to work and leisure (e.g., work vs. leisure time, the work ethic and commitment to work, the role of work in creating feelings of personal worth, and the alienating effects of not having work), (2) work organization (e.g., attitudes about self-employment, public vs. private sector work, full-time vs. part-time, job sharing, profit sharing, large vs. small workplaces, and attitudes toward getting ahead), and (3) work content, including collective interests and second jobs (e.g., characteristics or qualities of work, unions, employers, and managers, collective interests organized around work, and information about second jobs including reasons why second jobs were held).

Keywords:attitudes towards work, attitudes towards leisure time, working ethics, commitment to work, alienation, selfemployment, public sector, private sector, full-time job, part-time job, job sharing, distribution og profit, large business, small business, job satisfaction, trade union, interests of labourers, managers, supplemental work, demographic questions

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