Explaining global citizenship

Single Wave Study

General Information

Explaining global citizenship
Project Number
The goal of this project was to test a recently developed measuring instrument examining public engagement with global development: the Aid Attitude Tracker (AAT).
Longitudinal Type
Single Wave Study
Begin date
End date
Lau Schulpen (Radboud University); Simon Kuijpers (Radboud University)
© 2022 Centerdata
Funding Organization

Datasets and documentation

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Codebook in English
Codebook in Dutch

Data Files

English SPSS file
English STATA file
English CSV file


Variable name Variable Label Variable Type
nomem_encrNumber of the household member encryptedpreloaded
td21a_mYear and month of the field work periodconstructed
td21a001Read, watched or listened to a news article about it (offline and online)directly measured
td21a002Discussed it with friends, family, or others around medirectly measured
td21a003Shared/forwarded an article or information about it (offline and online)directly measured
td21a004Interacted with a community focused on the issue (e.g. join, follow, like/fan/friend, subscribed to a newsletter (online and offline))directly measured
td21a005Written on a blog, or commented on an article onlinedirectly measured
td21a006Used your voice to impact the issue (e.g. via social media, signing a petition, etc.)directly measured
td21a007Used online tools (such as Twitter, or Facebook) to share your opinions on the issuedirectly measured
td21a008Donated money to an organisation focused on the issuedirectly measured
td21a009Fundraised by asking for donations from others for a cause I am involved in (such as charity)directly measured
td21a010Volunteered within the Netherlands for an organisation focused on the issuedirectly measured
td21a011Volunteered abroad for an organisation focused on the issuedirectly measured
td21a012Purchased products/services or boycotted products/services related to the issuedirectly measured
td21a013Voted specifically on the issuedirectly measured
td21a014Organised or helped to start/started a community focused on the issue (online or offline)directly measured
td21a015Organised or helped to set up an organisation on the issue directly measured
td21a016Contacted a Member of Parliament or other elected official in person or by phone call or letter about the issuedirectly measured
td21a017Contacted a Member of Parliament or other elected official online by clicking a petition or using Twitter, Facebook or other social mediadirectly measured
td21a018Participated in a march, rally, sit in, or other large and organized event on the issuedirectly measured
td21a019Was it difficult to answer the questions?directly measured
td21a020Were the questions sufficiently clear?directly measured
td21a021Did the questionnaire get you thinking about things?directly measured
td21a022Was it an interesting subject?directly measured
td21a023Did you enjoy answering the questions?directly measured
td21a024Starting date questionnaireconstructed
td21a025Starting time questionnaireconstructed
td21a026End date questionnaireconstructed
td21a027End time questionnaireconstructed
td21a028Duration in secondsderived


Questionnaire: Explaining global citizenship

The questionnaire was administered in Dutch

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Response Information

Response Overview
Selected number of household members: 2,679 (100.0%)
Non-response: 385 (14.4%)
Response: 2,294 (85.6%)
Complete: 2,292 (85.6%)
Incomplete: 2 (0.1%)
Collection Events
01-03-2021 to 30-03-2021
A random sample of all LISS panel members aged 16 years and older.
Collection Mode
internet survey
Fieldwork Note
A reminder was sent twice to non-respondents