Religion in Dutch Society 2005

Documentation of a National Survey on Religious and Secular Attitudes and Behaviour

Edited by R. Eisinga, et al.

Religion in Dutch Society 2005

Edited by R. Eisinga, et al.

Distributed for Amsterdam University Press

245 pages | 8 x 11 1/2 | © 2014
Paper $63.50 ISBN: 9789085550792 Published July 2014 For sale only in the United States, its dependencies, the Philippines, and Canada
This data guide exhaustively documents the results of a 2005 survey of religious and secular attitudes and behavior in the Netherlands. The data files and additional documentation can be downloaded from EASY, the online archiving system of the Institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS).  DANS promotes sustained access to digital research results and encourages scientific researchers to systematically archive and reuse data.


1    Introduction                                                            

1.1 Background of the SOCON 2011-2012 survey         

1.2 Themes and participants                                         

1.3 Questionnaires                                                        

1.4 Sampling method                                                    

1.5 Fieldwork and data processing                                 

1.6 Response rate                                                          

1.7 Representativeness of the sample                             

2    Documentation of the variables                               

2.1 Guide to the codebook                                            

2.2 Variables description list                                           

2.3 Documentation of the variables                                



Appendix 1: the face-to-face questionnaire                      

Appendix 2: the drop-off questionnaire                           

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