Politics and Values

General Information

Politics and Values
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This questionnaire is part of the LISS Core Study, a longitudinal survey delivering a broad range of social core information about the panel members. The survey focuses on politics and values.
Longitudinal Type
Longitudinal Study
Changes regarding to the previous wave are specified in the Introduction of the codebook.

List of concepts:

Government policy satisfaction, Political interest, Trust in institutions, External Political Efficacy, Internal Political Efficacy, Voting behaviour, Vote intention, Civic political participation, Sympathy for political parties, Sympathy for politicians, Party membership, Left-right self-rating, Political position issues, Political goals

Beliefs about maternal employment, Gender role attitudes, Attitude towards foreigners, Marriage attitudes, Family solidarity, Norm of having children, Work ethic, Conservatism, Economical conservatism
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National attachment—Cohesive, divisive, or both? A reconsideration of the national identity argument through the lens of social identity theory In G. Gustavsson & D. Miller (Eds.), Liberal nationalism and its critics (pp. 59-77); Gustavsson, G.
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The stability of immigration attitudes: Evidence and implications The Journal of Politics, 83(4), 1478-1494; Kustov, A., et al.
The populist appeal: Personality and anti-establishment communication The Journal of Politics, 83(2), 589-601; Bakker, B. N., et al.
Value shift: Immigration attitudes and the sociocultural divide British Journal of Political Science, 52(1), 1-20; Lancaster, C. M.
Politiek & Participatie University of Groningen; Brouwer, B.
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A multicultural Europe? Sociocultural conflict in a globalized era University of North Carolina; Lancaster, C. M.
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