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Evrobarometer Srednje in Vzhodne Evrope 1990-1997
Reif, Karlheinz (Author)

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Abstract
Raziskava Evrobarometer vzhodne in srednje Evrope se je začela leta 1990, ko je Evropska komisija pričela z nacionalnimi reprezentativnimi raziskavami v Bolgariji, Vzhodni Nemčiji, Poljski, Sovjetski Zvezi, na Češkem in Madžarskem. Raziskave so se izvajale vsako jesen do leta 1997 v 20 državah regije. Osrednja tema raziskav je posameznikov odnos do demokratičnih in ekonomskih reform, ki so se izvajale v njihovih državah. Raziskava CEEB se je podobno kot Eurobarometer fokusirala na javno podporo vstopu v EU in na druge zadeve, ki zadevajo Evropo kot celoto. Po prvi raziskavi se je število držav povečalo, kar je bil odraz takrat-aktualne politične razporeditve, odražalo pa se je tudi na realne možnosti pristopanja raziskovalcev. Od raziskave CEEB 5 (1994) nadalje, je terensko delo in združevanje podatkov GfK EUROPE Ad hoc Research skupaj z regionalnimi partnerji in na tem mestu zamenjal GALLUP UK.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:pričakovan razvoj ekonomske situacije, mnenje o lastni finančni situaciji, odnos do tržne ekonomije, pogostost političnih razpravljanj, mnenje o ekonomskih reformah, zadovoljstvo z demokracijo, človekove pravice, občutek evropejstva, odnos do evropske združitve, najpomembnejši viri informacij o eu, članstvo v eu, zaželen čas vstopa države v eu, članstvo v nato, ugodnosti eu odnosov, samoocena levo-desno, volilna pravica, volilna namera, voljena stranka, velikost gospodinjstva, dohodek, nacionalno ozadje, materinski jezik, regija, velikost skupnosti, datum intervjuja
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:2.20 - Complete Scientific Database or Corpus
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2004
Publisher:Fakulteta za družbene vede, Arhiv družboslovnih podatkov
Place:Ljubljana
UDC:316.6
COBISS.SI-ID:26869597 Link is opened in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Abstract:
The Central and Eastern Eurobarometer (CEEB) surveys were begun in 1990, when nationally representative surveys were undertaken on behalf of the European Commission in Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland, and the Soviet Union. The surveys, which explored individuals' attitudes toward democratic and economic reform, were carried out in the autumn of each year through 1997 in up to 20 countries of the region. An extension of the Eurobarometer series conducted semi-annually in the member nations of the European Union (EU), the Central and Eastern Eurobarometers also focused on public support for the EU and on other issues facing Europe as a whole. After the first wave of research, the number of countries was variably expanded to reflect then-current political alignments and realities of access for survey researchers. Starting with CEEB 5 (1994), the fieldwork and data integration were coordinated by GfK EUROPE Ad hoc Research together with regional partners, thereby replacing GALLUP UK.

Keywords:judgment on the general political and economic development of the country, expected development of the economic situation, judgment on one's own financial situation, attitude towards the market economy, frequency of political discussions, judgment on economic reforms, satisfaction with democracy, human rights, feeling as european, attitude towards european unification, most important source of information about the ec, eu membership, desired point in time for the country's joining the ec, nato membership, benefits of eu relationship, left-right self placement, right to vote, vote intention, party voted for, size of household, income, national background, native language, region, size of community, date of interview

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