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DZHW Scientists Survey 2016
Survey Period:
Mar 15, 2016 - May 8, 2016
Survey Data Type:
Quantitative Data
DOI:
10.21249/DZHW:scs2016:1.0.0
Published at:
Nov 1, 2018
Version:
1.0.0 (current)
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Question 8.25: Questionnaire of the DZHW Scientists Survey 2016 

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Question Number:
8.25
Question Text:
How many hours do you actually work per week on average? 
Question Type:
Open 
Topic:
Daily work routine and attitudes 

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How many hours do you actually work per week on average?
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Previous Questions in Questionnaire

Question 8.24: Questionnaire of the DZHW Scientists Survey 2016 
Question Type: Open 
What is your contracted weekly working time? 

Subsequent Questions in Questionnaire

Question 8.26: Questionnaire of the DZHW Scientists Survey 2016 
Question Type: Single Choice 
How many hours are you contracted to teach? 

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Quantitative Data, Standardised online survey 
Population: Full-time academic and artistic personnel at German universities, teacher training colleges, theological colleges, art and music colleges as well as medical schools. Without lecturers, without private lecturers and without non-scheduled professors. 
Sampling Procedure: Probability Sample 
Field Period: Mar 15, 2016 - May 8, 2016
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