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Ask: Research and Methods. Volume 24, Issue 1 (2015)

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  1. Back Matter (Volume 24, Issue 1, 2015)

  2. Harmonization: Newsletter on Survey Data Harmonization in the Social Sciences

    Welcome! / Joshua Kjerulf Dubrow and Irina Tomescu-Dubrow. p.50 -- A Brief History of Survey Data Harmonization Projects / Joshua Kjerulf Dubrow. p.51 -- The Cross-National Equivalent File (CNEF): Harmonized Panel Survey Data in Eight Countries / Dean Lillard. p.55 -- The Harmonization Project: Democratic Values and Protest Behavior in 22 International Survey Projects / Irina Tomescu-Dubrow and Kazimierz M. Slomczynski. p.57 -- Working with Data in the Harmonization Project / Przemek Powałko. p.62 -- Survey Data Recycling: Toward a Formalized Approach to Ex-Post Harmonization of International Projects / Kazimierz M. Slomczynski and Irina Tomescu-Dubrow. p.64 -- The Importance of Data...

  3. Three Qualitative Studies of Cultural and Temporal Adaption of Africans at Home and Abroad

    Bakalarska, Malwina
    This research note describes three qualitative projects that I conducted on the topic of cultural and temporal adaptation in Nigeria and of Nigerians living abroad. The first was a pilot study that laid the groundwork for two subsequent studies conducted in Nigeria, and of Nigerians living in Asia. The process of academic discovery is too-often presented as pristine; that is, as unblemished by learning experiences. However, the process of research is often marked by trial and error, where both positive and negative experiences build toward scientific discovery and academic insight. The purpose of this research note is to explain, in...

  4. Changes in Social Structure, Class, and Stratification: The Polish Panel Survey (POLPAN)

    Słomczyński, Kazimierz M.; Tomescu-Dubrow, Irina; Dubrow, Joshua Kjerulf
    We present an overview of the intellectual foundations and some major research questions and topics of the Polish Panel Survey (POLPAN). Carried out since 1988 in 5-year intervals, with the latest in 2013, POLPAN is the longest continuously run panel survey on changes in social structure, class and stratification in Central and Eastern Europe. The 2018 round is in planning. POLPAN is strongly anchored in recent theoretical innovations surrounding analyses of social structure and its change, as well as in the most up-to-date survey methodology. As such, POLPAN has major substantive and methodological contributions. Substantively, POLPAN constitutes a breakthrough that...

  5. Social Stratification and Eating

    Domański, Henryk; Karpiński, Zbigniew; Przybysz, Dariusz; Straczuk, Justyna
    Patterns of eating, as an element of lifestyle and consumption, constitute a major research area in the social and health sciences. The study of eating patterns focus on what people eat, whether they eat alone or in company, where they eat, how often, and under what circumstances. For decades, research on eating within sociology had been somewhat neglected, but in recent years there has been an explosion of interest in this topic. In Poland, however, social scientific inquiry into practical, social, and cultural aspects of food has been minimal. Using data from a nation-wide survey carried out in 2013 and...

  6. Front Matter (Volume 24, Issue 1, 2015)

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