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Mednarodna splošna družboslovna anketa (ISSP) : vloga države III
Toš, Niko (Avtor)

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Izvleček
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. Tokratna raziskava, tretja v seriji, ''vloga države'' prinaša podatke iz naslenjih držav: Avstralije, Bolgarije, Kanade, Cipra, Češke, Francije, Nemčije, Velike Britanije, Madžarske, Irske, Izraela, Italije, Japonske, Latvije, Nove Zelandije, Norveške, Filipinov, Poljske, Rusije, Slovenije, Španije, Švedske, Švice in Združenih držav Amerike. Prvi sklop vprašanj obsega mnenja respondentov glede funkcij vlade; kaj vlada sme in česa ne sme početi. Respondenti so izražzali svoje (ne)strinjanje z različnimi segmenti ekonomske politike in sicer: nadzor mezd in cen, programi zaposlovanja, vključno z programi javnih del, pomoč privatnemu sektorju, skrajšanje delovnega tedna, kakor tudi z konzervativnimi ukrepi zmanjšanje državne porabe in gospodarske zakonodaje. V nadaljevanju so respondenti odgovarjali na vprašanja ali naj vlada nameni več sredstev za varovanje okolja, zdravstveno varstvo, policijo in varovanje zakonitosti, izobraževanje, obrambo, kulturo in umetnost, pokojnine, nadomestila za brezposelnost, in socialno skrbstvo. Nekaj vprašanj je bilo namenjeno tudi stališčem respodnentov glede demokracije, politične moči in socilnih protestov, odnosa do pravne države, posebej kadar je ta v opreki z osebnim prepričanjem, protivladnih protestov, pravice do demonstracij skupin, ki zagovarjajo revolucionarne metode in konflikta med osebno varnostjo in zasebnostjo. Naslednji sklop vprašanj pa zajema vlogo volitev v demokratičnih sistemih. Mednje spadajo dileme ali volilci razumejo politična vprašanja, ali imajo posamezne institucije (sindikati, vlada, gospodarstvo) preveč vpliva na izzide volitev, ali politiki resnično poskušajo izpolniti svoje obljube, ali državni uslužbenci delajo za javni interes, ali posamezne panoge (elektogospodarstvo, bolnice, banke) bolje poslujejo če so vodene s strani zasebnega sektorja oziroma vlade in ali ima vlada legitimno pravico do redistribucije bogastva preko davkov ali kako drugače. Demografska vprašanja pa vključujejo starost, spol, izobrazbo, zakonski stan, osebni dohodek in dohodek gospodinjstva, zaposlenost, velikost in sestava gospodinjstva, poklic, religijo in obiskovanje verskih obredov, razred, članstvo v sindikatu, politične preference, volilno obnašanje respondentov in etična pripadnost.

Jezik:Slovenski jezik
Ključne besede:vlada, nadzor mezd in cen, zaposlovanje, javna dela, državna poraba, gospodarska zakonodaja, varovanje okolja, zdravstveno varstvo, policija in varovanje zakonitosti, izobraževanje, obramba, kultura in umetnost, pokojnine, nadomestila za brezposelnost, socialno skrbstvo, demokracija, politična moč, protivladni protesti, podpora javnim protestom, pravna država, človekove pravice, sodniške zmote, volitve, razumevanje političnih vprašanj, vpliv na izzide volitev, ocena moči sindikatov, vlade in gospodarstvenikov, ukrepi vlade za izboljšanje gospodarskega položaja, redistribucija bogastva, demografska vprašanja
Vrsta gradiva:Delo ni kategorizirano (r6)
Tipologija:2.20 - Zaključena znanstvena zbirka podatkov ali korpus
Organizacija:FDV - Fakulteta za družbene vede
Leto izida:2002
Založnik:Fakulteta za družbene vede, Arhiv družboslovnih podatkov
Kraj:Ljubljana
UDK:321
COBISS.SI-ID:26856797 Povezava se odpre v novem oknu
Število ogledov:446
Število prenosov:155
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Sekundarni jezik

Jezik:Angleški jezik
Naslov:role of government III
Izvleček:
The International Social Survey Program (ISSP) is an ongoing program of cross-national collaboration. Formed in 1983, the group develops topical modules dealing with important areas of social science as supplements to regular national surveys. This survey is the third in a series exploring the ''role of government'' topic. Participating countries in the 1996 survey include Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Latvia, New Zealand, Norway, the Philippines, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United States. Citizens' opinions were elicited on the function of their national governments and on what governments should and should not be doing. Respondents were asked whether they approved of economic policies such as wage and price controls, job creation programs, including public work projects, support for ailing private industries, and the forced reduction in the industrial work week, as well as conservative measures, such as reductions in government spending and business regulations. Government spending was another topic, with respondents questioned as to their support for greater spending on the environment, health care, police and law enforcement, education, military and defense, culture and the arts, old age pensions, unemployment benefits, and housing for the poor. A number of questions dealt with respondents' attitudes regarding democracy, political power, and protest. Respondents were asked for their views on the rule of law when it is in conflict with private conscience, various forms of anti-government protest (public meetings, protest marches and demonstrations, nationwide strikes), whether the right to protest should be afforded to those who advocate the overthrow of the government by revolution, and the conflict between security needs and privacy rights. Other questions focused on the role of elections in democracies, including whether voters understand political issues, whether elections force governments to confront pressing political issues, whether certain institutions (unions, government, business and industry) have too much power in affecting election results, whether politicians really try to keep their election promises, whether civil servants can be trusted to work in the public's interest, and whether various industries (power companies, hospitals, banks) are better off being run by the private sector or by the government. Opinions were also elicited as to whether government had a legitimate role in the redistribution of wealth in the country, by tax policy or otherwise. Demographic variables include age, sex, education, marital status, personal and family income, employment status, household size and composition, occupation, religion and church attendance, social class, union membership, political party, voting history, and ethnicity.

Ključne besede:government, price and wage control, employment, public works, government expenditure, economic legislation, protection of environment, health service, policing and law enforcement, education, defense, culture and the arts, old age pensions, unemployment benefits, housing for the poor, democracy, political power, antigoverment protests, support for public protests, rule of law, human rights, miscarrige of justice, elections, understanding political issues, affecting election results, power of trade unions, power of government, power of companies, government intervention in economy, redistribution of wealth, demographic questions

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