German Social Survey (ALLBUS), 1994 (ICPSR 34863)
The German Social Survey monitors social trends in Germany. The central topics of this investigation focus on economics, the job market, education and professional fulfillment, social inequality and the welfare state, attitudes toward and contacts with foreigners living in Germany, political attitudes, the united Germany, the family, and altered gender roles. Basic demographic characteristics of respondents also were collected.
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Scope of Study
Subject Terms: economic conditions, education, families, foreign workers, gender roles, German reunification, job satisfaction, life satisfaction, occupations, political attitudes, public opinion, social attitudes, social inequality, socioeconomic status
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