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Slovensko javno mnenje 1992/1 : mednarodna raziskava vrednot
Toš, Niko (Author)

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Abstract
Vsebina raziskave je proceduralno ekvivalentna ponovitev mednarodne raziskave vrednot, ki predstavlja prvi del vprašalnika. Dodan je samo blok vprašanj na temo alkoholizma, sledi pa mednarodno prirejena demografija. Zajeta so razna področja vrednot in stališč do sodobnih družbenih problemov, kot so religiozne in moralne vrednote, glede vloge žensk, ekologije, neenakost, vzgoje otroki ipd. Več vprašanj je namenjenih tudi politični aktivnosti, pogledom na družbo, ter stopnji integracije posameznika v družbo merjeno skozi sodelovanje v združenjih in društvih, raven zaupanja v družbi in podobno. Zabeležena je družbena distanca do različnih marginalnih skupin, raven zadovoljstva v življenju in odnos do dela.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:hierarhija vrednot, okoljske vrednote, članstvo v prostovoljnih organizacijah, prostovoljno delo, etnična distanca, zdravje in počutje, odnos do neenakosti, odnos do dela in nagrajevanja, odnos do zaposlenosti žensk, smisel življenja, moralne vrednote, religioznost, odnos do vloge cerkve v družbi, odnos do boga, družinske vrednote, odnos do otrok, delitev vlog v družini, vzgoja, splav, politična aktivnost in politična kultura, upravljanje podjetij, socialna vloga države, hierarhija družbenih ciljev, zaupanje institucijam, odnos do družbenih gibanj, pojmovanje zakonitosti, prostorska identiteta, osebnostne lastnosti, strankarske simpatije, ocena učinkov pitja alkoholnih pijač, pivske navade, odnos do pijanosti
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:2.20 - Complete Scientific Database or Corpus
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2000
Publisher:Fakulteta za družbene vede, Arhiv družboslovnih podatkov
Place:Ljubljana
UDC:316.653(497.4)
COBISS.SI-ID:26912093 This link opens in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:world values survey 1990-93
Abstract:
The World Values Surveys are designed to enable crossnational comparison of basic values and norms in a widevariety of areas and to monitor changes in values and attitudes of mass publics in societies around the world. This data collection is designed to enable crossnational comparison of values and norms in a wide variety of areas and to monitor changes in values and attitudes of mass publics in 45 societies around the world. Broad topics covered are work, the meaning and purpose of life, family life, and contemporary social issues. Respondents were asked to rate the importance of work, family, friends, leisure time, politics, and religion in their lives. They were also asked how satisfied they were with their present lives, whether they tended to persuade others close to them, whether they discussed political matters, and how they viewed society. Questions relating to work included what aspects were important to them in a job, the pride they took in their work, their satisfaction with the present job, and their views on owner/state/employee management of business. Respondents were asked about the groups and associations they belonged to and which ones they worked for voluntarily, the level of trust they had in most people, the groups they would not want as neighbours, their general state of health, and whether they felt they had free choice and control over their lives. A wide range of items was included on the meaning and purpose of life, such as respondents' views on the value of scientific advances, the demarcation of good and evil, and religious behaviour and beliefs. Respondents were queried about whether they shared the same attitudes toward religion, morality, politics, and sexual mores with their partner and parents, their views on marriage and divorce, qualities important for a child to learn, whether a child needs both parents to grow up happy, views on mothers working outside the home, views on abortion, and whether marriage is an outdated institution. Questions regarding political issues probed for respondents' opinions of various forms of political action and the likelihood of their taking an action, the most important aims for their countries, confidence in various civil and governmental institutions, and whether they felt divorce, abortion, suicide, cheating on taxes, lying, and other such actions were ever justified. Additional information was gathered on family income, number of people residing in the home, size of locality, home ownership, region of residence, occupation of the head of household, and the respondent's age, sex, occupation, education, religion, religiosity, political party and union membership, and left-right political self-placement.

Keywords:hierarchy of values, ecological consciousness, voluntary organizations membership, ethnic distance, health and well-being, attitudes toward inequality, work and income, working women, sense of life, moral belief, religiosity, role of church in society, relation toward god, family values, child rearing, role share in family, abortion, political efficacy, corporate management, social welfare-state, common aims in society, trust in institutions, social movements, law, territorial identity, party affiliation, consequences of alcoholism, drinking habits, attitudes toward drunkenness

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