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Mednarodna splošna družboslovna anketa (ISSP) : stališča o delu II
Toš, Niko (Author)

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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. Tokratna raziskava, druga v seriji, ''stališča o delu'' prinaša podatke iz naslenjih držav: Bangladeša, Bolgarije, Kanade, Cipra, Češke, Danske, Francije, Nemčije, Velike Britanije, Madžarske, Izraela, Italije, Japonske, Nizozemske, Nove Zelandije, Norveške, Filipinov, Poljske, Portugalske, Rusije, Slovenije, Španije, Švedske; Švice in Združenih držav Amerike. Tokratni modul se, tako kot 1989, osredotoča na splošna stališča do dela in prostega časa, organizacije in vsebine dela. Povpraševali smo po preferencah do dela in prostega časa, vrednotenju dela na sploh, pomenu dejavnikov kot se denimo varnost zaposlitve, visok dohodek, možnosti napredovanja, interes do dela, neodvisnost in odnos do sodelavcev. Drugi sklop vprašanj je bil namenjen dejavnikom, ki opredeljujejo višino plače dveh delavcev, ki opravljata enako delo, učinkom uvajanja novih tehnologij (računalniki, roboti) na proizvodnjo, stališčem do samozaposlitve, velikosti delovne organizacije, zaposlitvi v javnem oziroma zasebnem sektorji in zaposlitvi za polni oziroma polovični delovni čas. Prav tako pa smo respondente spraševali kako težko bi našli sebi primerno delo, o odnosu do dela, ki ga trenutno opravljajo in kako ocenjujejo delovne pogoje, v katerih delajo (ali jih delo izmuči, ali je njihovo delo stresno, nevarno, delovni čas, delovno mesto, ali so zaposleni za nedoločen čas, v kolikšni meri pri svojem delu izkoriščajo lastne sposobnosti in kako se te pridobili). Dodatna vprašanja pa se nanašajo na odnose med managerji in zaposlenimi ter med zaposlenimi, na zadovoljstvo respondentov z delom, na odnos do podjetja, na absentizem v zadnjih šestih mesecih in na verjetnost, da bi si ti poiskali novo delovno mesto v roku enega leta. Poseben sklop vprašanj pa je bil namenjen respondentom, ki so trenutno nezaposleni. Demografske spremenljivke pa vključujejo starost, spol, izobrazbo, zakonski stan, osebni dohodek in dohodek gospodinjstva, zaposlenost, velikost in sestavo gospodinjstva, poklic, religijo in obiskovanje vesrkih obredov, razred, članstvo v sindikatu, političe preference, volilno obnašanje respondentov in etično pripadnost

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:poraba prostega časa, trditve o delu, varnost zaposlitve, ocena vidikov zaposlitve, uvajanje novih tehnologij, nagrajevanje, samozaposlovanje, delovni čas, delo kot vrednota, značilnosti respondentove zaposlitve, pogoji dela, oddaljenost delovnega mesta, pridobivanje izobrazbe in delovnih veščin, odnosi med managerji ni zaposlenimi, odnosi med zaposlenimi, pripadnost podjetju, odsotnost z dela, strah pred izgubo zaposlitve, iskanje zaposlitve, viri preživljanja, brezposelnost, demografska vprašanja
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
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:26857053 Link is opened in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:work orientations II
Abstract:
The International Social 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. This survey is the second in a series exploring the "work orientations" topic. The first survey on this topic was conducted in 1989. Participating countries in the present survey include Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Canada, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, the Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States. As in 1989, the module focused on the areas of general attitudes toward work and leisure, work organization, and work content. Opinions were elicited on issues such as respondent preferences for more work or more leisure time, the value of work in general, and how important factors such as job security, high income, opportunities for advancement, job interest, independence, and value to others were to the respondent. Other questions focused on what factors should determine how to pay two people doing the same kind of work, the effects the introduction of new technologies (computers, robots, etc.) would have on the workplace, attitudes about self-employment, size of the workplace, public vs. private sector employment, and full-time vs. part-time work. Respondents were also asked how easy or difficult it would be to find an acceptable job, how they felt about their present job, and how they viewed their working conditions (e.g., if they came home exhausted from work, amount of stress and possible danger on the job, working hours, place of work, whether their status was temporary or permanent, how their present job made use of their skills, and how they acquired these skills). Additional questions elicited information on relations in the workplace between management and employees and between workmates, how satisfied respondents were with their job, how they felt about their organization, how many days they had been absent (excluding vacation) from work in the last six months, how likely it was that they would try to find a new job within the next twelve months, and how much they worried about the possibility of losing their job. A special group of questions focused on respondents who were not currently employed. 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, size of community, region, and ethnicity.

Keywords:leisure time, statements about work, job security, work content assessment, introduction of new technology, pay, selfemployment, working hours, value of work, working conditions, remoteness of place of work, acquirement of education and working skills, relations between managers and workers, relations among workers, affiliation to company, absentism, fear of loosing a job, looking for job, sources of living, unemployment, demographic questions

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