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Slovenian Public

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Code Science Field Subfield
5.03.00  Social sciences  Sociology   

Code Science Field
S210  Social sciences  Sociology 
S213  Social sciences  Social structures 
S214  Social sciences  Social changes, theory of social work 
S274  Social sciences  Research methodology in science 
S70   Social sciences  S70  
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Researchers (11)
no. Code Name and surname Research area Role Period No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  08081  PhD Ivan Bernik  Sociology  Researcher  2001 - 2003  351 
2.  03704  PhD Mitja Hafner Fink  Sociology  Researcher  2001 - 2003  398 
3.  19140  Ivana Kecman    Researcher  2001 - 2003  122 
4.  21298  PhD Matej Kovačič  Interdisciplinary research  Researcher  2001 - 2003  271 
5.  12527  PhD Slavko Kurdija  Sociology  Researcher  2001 - 2003  434 
6.  11258  PhD Brina Malnar  Sociology  Researcher  2001 - 2003  317 
7.  07136  PhD Vladimir Miheljak  Sociology  Researcher  2002 - 2003  1,217 
8.  10661  PhD Janez Štebe  Sociology  Researcher  2001 - 2003  373 
9.  02471  Sergio Švara  Sociology  Researcher  2001 - 2003  148 
10.  02469  PhD Niko Toš  Sociology  Head  2001 - 2003  1,051 
11.  11326  PhD Samo Uhan  Sociology  Researcher  2001 - 2003  445 
Organisations (1)
no. Code Research organisation City Registration number No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  0582  University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences  Ljubljana  1626957  40,021 
Abstract
1. Slovenian public opinion survey 1999/1 (SJM99/1). The survey included ‘Democracy in Eastern Europe’ questionnaire, which is an international project, coordinated by prof. dr. H. D. Klingemanna from Wissenschaftzentrum Berlin fuer Sozialforschung. 2. Slovenian public opinion survey 1999/2 (SJM99/2). The second spring survey included another international project, Euromodule – Quality of life. Euromodule survey was initiated by prof. dr. Wolfgang Zapf, WZB Berlin and is coordinated by international research team, to which a member is also program group Head. The preparartin of comparative cross-national analysis and report is under way. SJM99/2 survey also included the third empirical measurement (weave) of ‘Attitudes towards health and health system III’. 3. Slovenian public opinion survey 1999/3 (SJM99/3) – European Values Survey. This survey represents the third standardized measurement (weave) of value patterns of Slovenian population. 4. Slovenan public opinion survey 1999/4 (SJM99/4). This survey included regular longitudinal programme of the SJM project, with extended module on ‘Attitudes towards European Union’ 5. A special monography on religiosity in Slovenia was issued. It was published in German language. Published was also a collection of scientific papers “Images of Church and Religion in Slovenia of the 90ties” 6. The book ""Values in Transition II"" is a result of extensive empirical, analitical and archiving effort. The third volume, “Values in Transition III” is being prepared. 7. ""Modern Society and Values"". As a part of international cooperation within the ISSP project (International Social Survey Programme) and in cooperation with ZUMA, Mannheim, during the 1999 year activities were undertaken for a special publication about comparative study of value patterns in the modern world. More than 20 authors, ISSP partners from all over the world participated. Analitical and editorial effort resulted in “Modern Society and Values” book, which was recently published by FSS Scientific Library and ZUMA, Mannheim. One of the goals of Slovenian participants was to include in the book an extensive comparative analysis of Slovenian data, which was achieved satisfactory. Because of favourable reception of the first book, we are considering to initiate a wider analitical and editorial project, which would enhance analysis of small nations in the context of cross-national surveys. The project will be continued in the following years. In addition, members of the programme group and the project team intensively continued their methodological work related to Slovenian Public Opinion survey during the last year. They engaged in cooperation with under-graduate and post-graduate students and PhD students from social science field. They communicated results of their research work to professional and general public in various ways, made them a part of educational process and published them in professional and scientific publications, which may be observed from the attached bibliography.
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