Wirtschaftliche und soziale Lage der Studierenden heute
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Leszczensky, M. (2012). Wirtschaftliche und soziale Lage der Studierenden heute. In H.-U. Erichsen, D. Schäferbarthold, H. Staschen & E. J. Zöllner (Hrsg.), Lebensraum Hochschule: Grundfragen einer sozial definierten Bildungspolitik. Festschrift für Prof. Dr. Albert von Mutius aus Anlass des 70. Geburtstags (S. 359–381). W. Reckinger GmbH & Co. KG.
Survey Period: May 1, 2009 - Jul 31, 2009 Survey Data Type: Quantitative Data
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-section... moreal 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. less
Survey Period: May 28, 2006 - Sep 15, 2006 Survey Data Type: Quantitative Data
The 18th Social Survey is part of the series of studies on the economic and social condition of student life in Germany, which exists since 1951. It is a cross-sectional survey that is usually conducted every three years. The core of the Social Survey incl... moreudes questions on access to higher education, structural characteristics of studies and the course of studies, the social and economic situation (financing of studies, cost of living, gainful employment, housing situation), topics relating to the fields of activity of the Studentenwerke as well as socio-demographic characteristics. The data from the 18th Social Survey provide a snapshot within the process of the Bologna reforms, which, for the students, was primarily associated with the introduction of a tiered study structure. At the same time, the legal conditions for the reintroduction of general tuition fees had been created in seven federal states ("Bundesländer"). A supplementary questionnaire for students with children was used to examine their particular life and study situation and, for the first time since 1991, to present it in a special report. less