International Social Survey Program: Role of Government, 1985-1986 (ICPSR 34854)

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International Social Survey Program (ISSP)

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This study is designed to supplement regular, national, social science surveys in the following countries: West Germany, Great Britain, United States, Italy, Austria, and Australia. The data report citizens' opinions on the functions of their national governments and on what governments should and should not be doing. Included are respondents' attitudes towards civil liberties e.g., measures against extremism, power of police), the family (intervention in parenting, welfare provision), inequality (the role of government in correcting inequalities of race, sex, class, income, and education), and economic intervention (measures to prevent unemployment, intervention in industrial disputes). Demographic data on respondents are also provided.

International Social Survey Program (ISSP). International Social Survey Program: Role of Government, 1985-1986. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 2013-08-14. https://doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR34854.v1

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1985 -- 1986

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2013-08-14

2013-08-14