Gostujoče predavanje prof. Annelies Blom iz Univerze v Mannheimu.


V petek, 5.6.2015, je bila gostja Katedre za družboslovno informatiko in metodologijo in Centra za družboslovno informatiko prof. dr. Annelies Blom, ki je vodja projekta German Internet Panel (GIP) (http://reforms.uni-mannheim.de/internet_panel/home/) na Univerzi v Mannheimu. V okviru projekta se zbirajo zanimivi družboslovni podatki, ki so na voljo širšemu krogu evropskih raziskovalcev. Hkrati pa je za metodologe zanimivo vprašanje vzpostavitve takega verjetnostnega spletnega panela, saj si takšne infrastrukture želimo v večini evropskih držav.

 

Prof. Blom je imela naslednje predavanje:
Setting up a probability-based online panel and opportunities of research: German Internet Panel This presentation looks into the processes and outcomes of setting up and maintaining a probability-based longitudinal online survey, which is recruited face-to-face and representative of both the online and the offline population aged 16–75 in Germany. This German Internet Panel (GIP) studies political and economic attitudes and reform preferences through bimonthly longitudinal online interviews of individuals. The results demonstrate that a carefully designed and implemented online panel can produce high quality data at lower marginal costs than existing panels that operate solely in a face-to-face mode. The empirical evidence presented look into the GIP, but also other similar panels in France and the Netherlands. Researchers will find opportunities for survey methodological and substantive research with these data.

 

O prof. Blom lahko več preberete tukaj:http://blom.sowi.uni-mannheim.de/english/.

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