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Aktuelle Gastwissenschaftler/innen 2017

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Time Visiting Researcher Research Topic Invited by / Funding
01.12.2016 - 31.05.2017 Prof. Antonio F. Alaminos Chica (Alicante University) ”The West-East Divide in Europe. Exploring Social Change and the Political Expectations of European Societies.” - supervised by EUROLAB External funding
02.05.2017 - 02.06.2017 Hiu-Tung-Vivian So (University of Southampton) ”Cross-National Comparisons on Environmental Behaviours using ISSP Environment” - supervised by EUROLAB External funding
08.05.2017 - 09.06.2017 Isabella Crespi (University of Macerata) ”Gender mainstreaming policies in Europe and Eurobarometer data.” - supervised by EUROLAB EUROLAB Grant
20.05.2017 - 20.06.2017 Trevor Allen (University of California) ”Far right strategy and support in the new economic crisis.” - supervised by EUROLAB EUROLAB Grant

Alle Gastwissenschaftler/innen 2017

Time Visiting Researcher Research Topic Invited by / Funding
01.05.2016 - 01.05.2017 Dr. Nataliya Reshetova (Universidad de Deusto) ”The Support for the Democratic Values in Ukraine since its Independence till nowadays” - supervised by EUROLAB DAAD-Leibniz
01.12.2016 - 31.05.2017 Prof. Antonio F. Alaminos Chica (Alicante University) ”The West-East Divide in Europe. Exploring Social Change and the Political Expectations of European Societies.” - supervised by EUROLAB External Funding
06.03. - 12.03. Prof. Tobias H. Stark (ERCOMER Universität Utrecht) ”Research on ego-centered social networks an on the replication of experimental results on a national and cross-national level.” - supervised by Henning Silber SDM
27.03. - 02.04. Prof. Jon Krosnick (Universität Stanford) ”Be engaged in research on the replication of experimental results on a national and cross-national level.” - supervised by Henning Silber President / SDM
03.04. - 07.04. Dr. Philip Habel (University of Glasgow) ”Public Support (or Opposition) for Affirmative Action Policies in Brazil” - supervised by EUROLAB EUROLAB Grant
03.04. - 28.04. Nicole Kapelle (Universität zu Köln) ”The Gendered Association between Union Dissolution and Savings” - supervised by EUROLAB External Funding
14.04. - 24.04. Paloma Alminos (Alicante University) ”Punitive Punishment and its Relationship with Populist Movements and Attitudes toward Foreign Refugees.” - supervised by EUROLAB External funding
18.04. - 06.05. Doug Gibler (University of Alabama) ”The Lingering Effects of State Development” - supervised by EUROLAB EUROLAB Grant
26.04. - 07.05. Prof. Dr. Tenko Raykov (Universität Michigan) ”Research within the framework of the optimal development and psychometric scales” - supervised by Natalja Menold SDM
02.05. - 08.05. Dr. Gema Garcia Albacete (Carlos III Universität, Spanien) ”Project work/research on Political Participation of Immigrant Youth” - supervised by Oshrat Hochman DBG
29.05. - 02.06. Prof. Pia Borlund (Universität Kopenhagen) ”Advance common research with our IIR focus group in the area of IIR evaluation” - supervised by Peter Mutschke President / SDM
08.06. - 13.06. Prof. Brady West (Universität Michigan) ”Engaged in meta-analysis on interviewer effects” - supervised by Jessica Wengrzik President / SDM
19.06. - 30.06. Prof. Dr. Mike Cheung (Universität Singapur) ”Research on meta-analysis together with the GESIS Survey Operations Team” - supervised Michael Bosnjak SDM
10.07. - 18.07. Prof. Dr. Seung-Eun Cha (Universität Suwon) ”Comparative research on parents ‘time use for child care” - supervised Georgios Papastefanou DBG
07.08. - 11.08. Gabriel Olaru (Universität Ulm / Pro Exam New York) ”Research on ant colony optimization” - supervised Daniel Danner SDM
04.11. - 12.11. Prof. Dr. Ali Carkoglu (Universität Koc, Istanbul) ”Exchange ideas with other scholars at GESIS and the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems” - supervised Stephen Quinlan DBG
06.11. - 10.11. Prof. Dr. David Kaplan (Universität Wisconsin) ”How social survey research can benefit from Bayesian approaches” - supervised Matthias Bluemke SDM
19.11. - 03.12. Prof. Michael Lewis-Beck (Universität Iowa) ”Exchange ideas with other scholars at GESIS and the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems Secretariat.” - supervised Stephen Quinlan DGB

Im Jahr 2016 betreute das EUROLAB 20 Gastwissenschafttler/innen. Eine vollständige Liste der Forscher/innen und ihrer Forschungsthemen in den letzten Jahren (2006 - 2016) finden Sie hier.


Publikationen 2015 - 1997

Die Besucher des EUROLABS veröffentlichten bisher mehr als 110 Bücher, Artikel und Tagungsunterlagen basierend auf der Forschung, die sie während ihres Aufenthaltes bei EUROLAB durchgeführt haben. Eine vollständige Auflistung der auf das EUROLAB bezogenen Publikationen finden Sie in den untenstehenden Listen.

EUROLAB Publikationen 2015 - 2011


  • Cieciuch, J., E. Davidov, D.L. Oberski, and R. Algesheimer. 2015. Testing for Measurement Invariance by Detecting Local Misspecification and an Illustration across Online and Paper-and-Pencil Samples. European Political Science 14, no. 4 (December 1): 521–538.
  • Freire, A. 2015. Left–right Ideology as a Dimension of Identification and of Competition*. Journal of Political Ideologies 20, no. 1 (January 2): 43–68.
  • Gheorghita, A. 2015. Voter Characteristics and Leader Effects in a Post-Communist Context: The Case of the 2012 Legislative Elections in Romania. Romanian Journal of Political Science 15, no. 1 (June 22): 52.
  • Gherghina, S., and H.-K. Tseng. 2016. Voting Home or Abroad? Comparing Migrants’ Electoral Participation in Countries of Origin and of Residence. Nationalities Papers 44, no. 3: 456–472.
  • Kuntz, A., E. Davidov, S.H. Schwartz, and P. Schmidt. 2015. Human Values, Legal Regulation, and Approval of Homosexuality in Europe: A Cross-Country Comparison. European Journal of Social Psychology 45, no. 1 (February 1): 120–134.
  • Rughiniș, C., and B. Humă. 2015. Who Theorizes Age? The “socio-Demographic Variables” device and Age-Period-Cohort Analysis in the Rhetoric of Survey Research. Journal of Aging Studies 35 (December): 144–159.
  • Zamfir, A.M., M.M. Maer-Matei, C. Mocanu, and E.O. Lungu. 2015. Migration Skill Proficiency and Employment Status: Evidence from PIAAC. HOLISTICA Journal of  Business and  Public Administration 6, no. 2: 73–80.
  • Zamfir, A.M., and M.M.M. Matei. 2015. The Correspondence between Skills Use and Earnings – a Gendered Approach. ICERI2015 Proceedings: 1584–1591.


  • Bogdan Voicu, Marian Vasile. 2014. Do “Cultures of Life Satisfaction” Travel? A Cross-European Study of Immigrants, Current Sociology 62(1): 81-99.
  • Davidov, E., B. Meuleman, J. Cieciuch, P. Schmidt, and J. Billiet. 2014. Measurement Equivalence in Cross-National Research. Annual Review of Sociology 40, no. 1: 55–75.
  • Fritz, M., and M. Koch. 2014a. Potentials for a socially equitable and ecologically sustainable society. Ökologisches Wirtschaften - Fachzeitschrift 29, no. 3 (September 1): 38–41.
  • ———. 2014b. Potentials for Prosperity without Growth: Ecological Sustainability, Social Inclusion and the Quality of Life in 38 Countries. Ecological Economics 108 (December): 191–199.
  • Häuberer, J. 2014. Social Capital in Voluntary Associations. European Societies 16, no. 4 (August 8): 570–593.
  • Himmelroos, S., and H.S. Christensen. 2014. Deliberation and Opinion Change: Evidence from a Deliberative Mini-Public in Finland. Scandinavian Political Studies 37, no. 1: 41–60.
  • Koch, M., and M. Fritz. 2014. Building the Eco-Social State: Do Welfare Regimes Matter? Journal of Social Policy 43, no. 4 (October): 679–703.
  • Rughiniş, C., and R. Rughiniş. 2014. Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained. Profiles of Online Activity, Cyber-Crime Exposure, and Security Measures of End-Users in European Union. Computers & Security 43 (June): 111–125.
  • Rusu, H., and A. Gheorghiță. 2014. Transnational Solidarity and Public Support for the EU Enlargement. Sociológia (Sociology) 46, no. 3.
  • Sabatini, F., and F. Sarracino. 2014. Will Facebook Save or Destroy Social Capital? An Empirical Investigation into the Effect of Online Interactions on Trust and Networks. GESIS-Working Papers 2014/30. Mannheim.
  • Voicu, B., and M. Vasile. 2014. Do ‘cultures of Life Satisfaction’ Travel? Current Sociology 62, no. 1 (January 1): 81–99.



  • Chiru, M., and S. Gherghina. 2012. Does the Confidence in the EU Spill Over to the National Level? A Longitudinal Analysis of Political Trust in Central Europe. Perspectives on European Politics and Society 13, no. 2 (June 1): 226–245.
  • Rughinis, C. 2012. Masurarea Sociologică: Teorii Și Practici Ale Cuantificării. Bucuresti: Polirom.
  • Vlas, N., and S. Gherghina. 2012. Where Does Religion Meet Democracy? A Comparative Analysis of Attitudes in Europe. International Political Science Review 33, no. 3 (June 1): 336–351.


  • Ančić, B. 2011a. What Do We Want from Religion? Religiosity and Social Expectations in Central and Eastern Europe. Religion and Society: 151–168.
  • ———. 2011b. What Do We Want from Religion?: Religiosity and Social Expectations in Central and Eastern Europe. In Spaces and Borders: Current Research on Religion in Central and Eastern Europe, ed. A. Máté-Tóth and C. Rughinis, 151–168. Berlin: De Gruyter.
  • Cebotari, V. 2011. Confronting Religion with National Pride Values: Comparative Evidence from Eastern and Western Europe. In Spaces and Borders: Current Research on Religion in Central and Eastern Europe, ed. A. Máté-Tóth and C. Rughinis, 169–189. Berlin: De Gruyter.
  • Garzia, D. 2011. Changing Parties, Changing Partisans : The Personalization of Partisan Attachments in Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands. GESIS-Working Papers 2011/12. Bonn.
  • Havasi, V. 2013. Financial Situation and Its Consequences on the Quality of Life in the EU Countries. Social Indicators Research 113, no. 1 (August 1): 17–35.
  • ———. Connections between Financial Status and Attitudes towards Poverty in the EU Countries. Szellem És Tudomány 2011, no. 2–3: 131–157.
  • Máté-Tóth, András, and Cosima Rughinis̨, eds. 2011. Spaces and Borders: Current Research on Religion in Central and Eastern Europe. Religion and Society 51. Berlin: De Gruyter.
  • Radu, B.M. 2011. Religious Determinants of Democratic Values. In Spaces and Borders, Current Research on Religion in Central and Eastern Europe, ed. A. Máté-Tóth and C. Rughinis, 221–234. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter.
  • Rughiniş, C. 2011a. A Lucky Answer to a Fair Question: Conceptual, Methodological, and Moral Implications of Including Items on Human Evolution in Scientific Literacy Surveys. Science Communication 33, no. 4: 501–532.
  • Rughinis, C. 2011. Political Secularity of Religious People in European Countries. In Spaces and Borders Current Research on Religion in Central and Eastern Europe, 235–249. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter.
  • Rughiniş, C. 2011b. Quantitative Tales of Ethnic Differentiation: Measuring and Using Roma/Gypsy Ethnicity in Statistical Analyses. Ethnic and Racial Studies 34, no. 4: 594–619.

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EUROLAB Publikationen 2010 - 2005


  • Cebotari, V. 2010. Feelings of National Pride in Europe: Comparative Evidence Between Ethnic Minority and and Majority Groups. In Conflicting Demands in Ethnically Diverse Societies: Ethnopolitical Contention and Identity Values in Europe, 139–174. Dissertation. Maastricht, the Netherlands: Boekenplan.
  • Gherghina, S. 2010. Supporting the EU With(Out) Political Knowledge: Empirical Evidence from a New Joiner. Romanian Journal of European Affairs 10, no. 4 (December 17).
  • Lup, O. 2010. The Role of Political Discussion in Developing Democracies: Evidence from Hungary. Political Discussion in Modern Democracies: A Comparative Perspective.
  • Odella, F. 2010. Exploring the Realm of Privacy: The Institutional Process of the European Personal Data Privacy Directive. International Journal of Technology, Knowledge & Society 6, no. 6 (November): 203–218.
  • Rughiniş, C., R. Toader, and others. 2010. Education and Scientific Knowledge in European Societies. Exploring Measurement Issues in General Population Surveys. Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai-Sociologiano. 1: 175–202.
  • Voicu, M., B. Voicu, and A. Constantin. 2010. Valori Sociale Ale Tranziţiei Post-Comuniste. Lumen.


  • Vlas, N., and S. Gherghina. 2009. Convergence or Replacement? Attitudes towards Political and Religious Institutions in Contemporary Romania. Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 8, no. 24: 70.
  • Yanakiev, Y. 2009. Public Perceptions of Terrorist Threat and Muslim Communities in Europe. In Proceedings of HEMUS International Conference 2008, 515–522. Plovdiv, Bulgaria: “St. George Pobedonosets” Publishing House.



  • Bogdan, V., and V. Mălina. 2007. Social Capital and Attitudes towards Welfare State across Europe. In . Glasgow.
  • Voicu, B., and M. Voicu. 2007. Valori Ale Românilor: 1993-2006: O Perspectivă Sociologică. Editura Institutul European, Iaşi.
  • Yanakiev, Y. 2007. Public Perceptions of Terrorist Threat in Europe. In . Brussels.


  • Blasius, J., and J.C. Gower. 2005. Multivariate Prediction with Nonlinear Principal Components Analysis: Application. Quality and Quantity 39, no. 4 (August): 373–390.
  • Thomassen, J. 2005. The European Voter: A Comparative Study of Modern Democracies. Comparative Politics. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press.

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EUROLAB Publikationen 2004 - 2000


  • Bartkowski, J., and A. Jasinska-Kania. 2004. Voluntary Organizations and the Development of Civil Society. European Values at the Turn of the Millennium: 109–38.
  • Gower, J.C., and G.B. Dijksterhuis. 2004. Procrustes Problems. 30. Oxford University Press on Demand.
  • Grönlund, K. 2004. Cyber Citizens: Mapping Internet Access and Digital Divides in Western Europe. Electronic Voting and Democracy: A Comparative Analysis: 20–38.
  • Lubbers, M. 2004. The Social Fabric of the Classroom: Peer Relations in Secondary Education. GION.


  • Carey, S., and M. Lebo. 2003. Election Cyclesand the Retrospective Voter. In . Marburg.
  • Castillo, A.M.J. 2003. El Cambio de Actitudes Hacia El Estado En Europa Y Estados Unidos. Un Extudio Comparative. Universidad de Granada.
  • Yanakiev, Y. 2003. Public Opinion and Security. In Prospects of Sociology in Bulgaria, ed. N. Genov, 106–122. Regional and Global Development. Sofia.


  • Billiet, J., B. Cambré, and J. Welkenhuysen-Gybels. 2002. Equivalence of Measurement Instruments for Attitude Variables in Comparative Surveys, Taking Method Effects into Account: The Case of Ethnocentrism. Developments in Social Science Methodology 18: 53–72.
  • Broughton, D. 2002. Chapter 6: Participation and Voting. In Developments in European Politics II, ed. P.M. Heywood, E. Jones, and M. Rhodes. Palgrave. https//
  • Curci, A. 2002. I Was There. Studies on Flashbulb. Italy: University of Bari.
  • De Miguel Pascual, R.D. 2002. La Difusión de Internet Y El Cambio Social Dirigido. Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
  • Jasinska-Kania, A., and J. Bartkowski. 2002. Organizacje Dobrowolne a Rozwój Spoleczenstwa Obywatelskiego (Voluntary Organizations and Development of Civil Society). In Polacy Wsród Europejczyków (Poles Among the Europeans), ed. A. Jasinska-Kania and M. Marody. Warszawa: Wyd. Naukowe “Scholar.”
  • Recio Menendez, M., and M.V. Roman Gonzales. 2002. The European Consumer’s Perception of Biotechnology: Implications for Marketing. In Full Papers, Proceedings of the 2002 AMS Multicultural Marketing Conference. Vol. 4b. Valencia, Spain: Academy of marketing science.
  • Rivera, P., and A. Satorra. 2002. Analysing Group Differences: A Comparison of SEM Approaches. Latent Variable and Latent Structure Models: 85–104.
  • Stefanescu, P., and S. Stefanescu. 2002a. Comparing GINI Index with Three Other Concentration Measures. Economic Computation and Economic Cybernetics Studies and Research. Journal Sponsored by the Ministry of Education and Research 36, no. 1–4: 173–184.
  • ———. 2002b. Indicatori Pentru Masurarea Fenomenului de Concentrare. In Studii Şi Cercetã de Calcul Economic Şi Ciberneticã Economicã. Economic Computation and Economic Cybernetics Studies and Research. Journal Sponsored by the Ministry of Education and Research 36, no. 4: 91–102.
  • Yanakiev, Y. 2002a. Assessment of the Prospects for Establishment of Social Science Data Archive in Bulgaria. In Social Science Data Archives in Eastern Europe: Results, Potentials and Prospects for Archival Development, ed. B. Hausstein and Paul de Guchteneire. Berlin, Cologne, Paris: Verger Verlag.
  • ———. 2002b. Lecture Series: European Public Opinion and the Development of the Common European Security and Defence Policy: A Comparative Analysis of Public Attitudes in Western and Eastern Europe (1990 - 2000) presented at the UNESCO/ISSC International Summer School, Organized by Regional and Global Development Research Centre (REGLO), Sofia.


  • Bara, J. 2001. Tracking Estimates of Public Opinion and Party Policy in Britain and the USA. In Estimating the Policy Positions of Political Actors, ed. M. Laver, 217–236. Routledge.
  • Berglund, S., and Aarebrot. 2001. Challenges to Democracy: Eastern Europe Ten Years After the Collapse of Communism. Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Budge, I. 2001a. Mapping Policy Preferences: Estimates for Parties, Electors, and Governments, 1945-1998. Oxford University Press.
  • ———. 2001b. Validating Party Policy Placements. British Journal of Political Science 31, no. 1 (January): 179–223.
  • Coenders, M.T.A. 2001. Nationalistic Attitudes and Ethnic Exclusionism in a Comparative Perspective. An Empirical Study of Attitudes Toward the Country and Ethnic Immigrants in 22 Countries. Katolieke Universiteit Nijmegen.
  • Ekman, J. 2001. National Identity in Divided and Unified Germany : Continuity and Change. Örebro Studies in Political Science 3.
  • Evans, J. 2001. Les Bases Sociales et Psychologiques Du Passage Gauche-Extrême Droite: Exception Française Ou Mutation Européenne? In Les Croisés de La Société Fermée: l’Europe Des Extrêmes Droites, ed. P. Perrineau and S. Berglund, 73–101. Editions de l’Aube.
  • Halman, L.C.J.M. 2001. The European Values Study: A Third Wave. Sourcebook of the 1999/2000 European Values Study Surveys. EVS, WORC, Tilburg University.
  • Meulders, M., P. De Boeck, I. Van Mechelen, A. Gelman, and E. Maris. 2001. Bayesian Inference with Probability Matrix Decomposition Models. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 26, no. 2: 153–179.
  • Skiftesvik, E. 2001. Consolidating Democracies? A Comparative Analysis of Attitudes towards Democracy in Poland and Romania 1991-1997. Department of Comparative Politics, University of Bergen.
  • Tentschert, U., C. Thiele, and M. Till. 2001. Verkehrsmobilitaet Und Zeitbudget. Ein Vergleich Der Oesterreichischen Zeitbudgeterhebung 1992 Und Der Oesterreichischen KONTIV Studie 1995, Bundesverkehrswegeplan, Arbeitspaket A3-H/Z. FORSCHUNGSARBEITEN AUS DEM VERKEHRSWESENno. 118. van Wijnen, P. 2001. Policy Voting in Advanced Industrial Democracies. The Case of the Netherlands 1971-1998. the Netherlands: University of Twente.


  • Aarebrot, Frank, and Terje Knutsen, eds. 2000. Politics and Citizenship on the Eastern Baltic Seaboard: The Structuring of Democratic Politics from North-West Russia to Poland. Kristiansand: Høyskoleforlaget.
  • Beenstock, M., and M. Peleg. 2000. Regional Economic Effects of Immigration: Israel in the 1990’s. In . Shenzhen, China.
  • Broughton, D. 2000. The First Six Länder Elections of 1999: Initial Electoral Consequences and Political Fallout of the Neue Mitte in Action. German Politics 9, no. 2. World.
  • Budge, I. 2000. Expert Judgements of Party Policy Positions: Uses and Limitations in Political Research. European Journal of Political Research 37, no. 1: 103–113.
  • Evans, J.A. 2000. Contrasting Attitudinal Bases to Euroscepticism amongst the French Electorate. Electoral Studies 19, no. 4: 539–561.
  • Hayes, B.C. 2000. Religious Independents within Western Industrialized Nations: A Socio-Demographic Profile. Sociology of Religion 61, no. 2: 191–207.
  • Longford, N.T. 2000. Multiple Imputation in an International Database of Social Science Surveys. ZA-Information/Zentralarchiv Für Empirische Sozialforschungno. 46: 72–95.

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EUROLAB Publikationen 1999 - 1997


  • van der Ark, L.A. 1999. Contributions to Latent Budget Analysis; A Tool for the Analysis of Compositional Data. DSWO Press.
  • Coenders, M., and P. Scheepers. 1999. Een internationale vergelijking van de dimensies, samenhang en mate van nationalisme en etnisch exclusionisme (An international comparison of the dimensions, interrelations, and degree of nationalism and ethnic exclusionism). In Beeldvorming en interculturele communicatie. Sociaalwetenschappelijke en sociolinguïstische studies, ed. W. Shadid and P. Van Koningsveld, 15–40. Tilburg, The Netherlands: Tilburg University Press.
  • Evans, J.A. 1999. Re-Linking Political Values and Euroscepticism: A Multivariate Comparison of France and Norway. In ESRI Working Paper. University of Salford.
  • Joakim, E. 1999. German History and Nation-Building in the GDR (1971–1990). Örebro: Samhällsvetenskapliga Institutionen.
  • Vermehren, C. 1999. Bourdieu and Media Studies. In Pierre Bourdieu: Language, Culture and Education. Theory into Practice, ed. M. Grenfeldt and M. Kelly, 187–197. New York: Peter Lang.
  • Wijnen, P. van. 1999. The Role of Policy Preferences in the Dutch National Election of 1998. Acta Politica: AP 34, no. 2/3: 200–235.


  • Billiet, J.B., and M.J. McClendon. 1998. On the Identification of Acquiescence in Balanced Sets of Items Using Structural Models. Advances in Methodology, Data Analysis, and Statistics. Metodološki Zvezki 14: 129–150.
  • Blasius, J., and W.H. Van Schnuur. 1998. A Comparison of Correspondence Analysis and Nonmetric Item Response Models. In . Leuven, Belgium.
  • Coenders, M., and P. Scheepers. 1998. Support for Ethnic Discrimination in the Netherlands 1979-1993: Effects of Period, Cohort, and Individual Characteristics. European Sociological Review: 405–422.
  • EVANS, J. 1998. Electoral Deviancy as Normality: Modelling Left-Wing Voter Defection to the Extreme Right in France. Florence, Italy: Department of Political and Social Sciences, European University Institute.
  • GOITISOLO, B., and A. ZARRAGA. 1998. Application of the Incomplete Disjunctive Tables Study to the C.A.V. Living Conditions Survey. In Analyses Multidimensionnelles Des Donnes, ed. K. Fernández-Aguirre and A. Morineau, 301–313.
  • Hayes, B.C., and I. McAllister. 1998. The Northern Ireland Agreement: An Explication of a Political Milestone. ZA-Information/Zentralarchiv Für Empirische Sozialforschungno. 43: 167–180.
  • Lubbers, M.J. 1998. Structuren van Samenhang Tussen Dimensies van Sociaal Kapitaal’ (Structures of Association between Dimensions of Social Capital). M.A. Thesis, Department of Sociology, University of Groningen.
  • Van Schuur, W.H. 1998. From Mokken to MUDFOLD and Back. In In Search of Structure. Essays in Social Science and Methodology, ed. M. Fennema, C. Van derEijk, and H. Schijf, 45–62. Amsterdam, the Netherlands: Spinhuis.
  • Verde, R., and S. Balbi. 1998. Structuring Questionnaires as Symbolic Objects: A New Tool for Improving Data Quality. In Convegno Internazionale: NTTS’98-Sorrento.


  • Kreutz, H., and M. Till. 1997. Die Sozioökonomische Lage Der Studierenden Und Die Differenziellen Auswirkungen von Reformen Und Sparmaßnahmen. Report of the Institute for Applied Sociology. Vienna, Austria.
  • Vermehren, C. 1997. Cultural Capital: The Cultural Economy of U.S. Advertising. In Undressing the Ad, ed. K.T. Frith, 54:197–224. Counterpoint. New York: Peter Lang.

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