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19th Social Survey (2009)
Survey Period:
May 1, 2009 - Jul 31, 2009
Survey Data Type:
Quantitative Data
DOI:
10.21249/DZHW:ssy19:1.0.0
Published at:
Jun 25, 2017
Version:
1.0.0 (current)
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Data Package ssy19

19th Social Survey (2009) 

Details

Study Series:
Institution(s):
German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW)
Sponsored by:
Federal Ministry of Education and Research
Project Contributors:
Isserstedt, Wolfgang;
Middendorff, Elke;
Kandulla, Maren;
Borchert, Lars;
Leszczensky, Michael
Survey Design:
Cross-Section 
Survey Data Type:
Quantitative Data
Data Curation:
Hoffstätter, Ute;
Sarcletti, Andreas
DOI:
Version:
1.0.0 (published at Jun 25, 2017)

Data Package Description

The 19th Social Survey is part of a survey series regarding the economic and social situation of students conducted since 1951 by the German National Association for Student Affairs (DSW) as part of their social survey. The Social Survey is a cross-sectional study which is usually carried out every three years. Key components of the study include access to higher education, structural aspects of the course and progress of studies, the economic and social situation (financing of studies, living expenses, employment, housing conditions) as well as topics in the field of activity of the German National Association for Student Affairs and socio-demographic characteristics.  Due to the structural reform of the Bologna Process being well-advanced when the study was conducted, it comprises a significant proportion of students of the “new” courses of study. As another characteristic of the 19th Social Survey, 60 percent of the surveyed students were studying at a higher education institution charging general tuition fees.

Documents related to this Data Package

Data Package

Title Description Document Language File
19. Sozialerhebung. Daten- und Methodenbericht zur Studierendenbefragung 2009  Data and Methods Report on 19th Social Survey (2009)  German ssy19_MethodReport_de.pdf
19th Social Survey. Data and Methods Report on the Student Survey 2009  Data and Methods Report on 19th Social Survey (2009)  English ssy19_MethodReport_en.pdf
19th Social Survey (2009)  Study Overview  English ssy19_Overview_en.pdf

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Question 30.2: 19th Social Survey Questionnaire 
Question Type: Open 
If yes: How many children do you have? 
Question 30.3: 19th Social Survey Questionnaire 
Question Type: Open 
How old is your (youngest) child? 
Question 30.4: 19th Social Survey Questionnaire 
Question Type: Single Choice 
Does your (youngest) child usually live in your household? 
Question 31.1: 19th Social Survey Questionnaire 
Question Type: Single Choice 
Do you have siblings? 
Question 31.2: 19th Social Survey Questionnaire 
Question Type: Open 
If yes: How many of your siblings are still in education? 
Question 32: 19th Social Survey Questionnaire 
Question Type: Grid 
What is your nationality? 
Question 33.1: 19th Social Survey Questionnaire 
Question Type: Single Choice 
Have you changed your nationality? 
Question 33.2: 19th Social Survey Questionnaire 
Question Type: Open 
If yes: What nationality did you have before? 
Question 34: 19th Social Survey Questionnaire 
Question Type: Single Choice 
Is your father/mother 
Question 35: 19th Social Survey Questionnaire 
Question Type: Single Choice 
What is the highest educational qualification held by your parents? 
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