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Title: Religion in Dutch Society, 1990 - SOCON'90      
dateReleased:
02-28-2012
downloadURL: http://hdl.handle.net/1902.5/P1100
ID:
hdl:1902.5/P1100
description:
Social relevance of Christian religion in the Netherlands Importance of career, money, social security / importance, of children, marriage, family life / importance of equality and democracy / hedonism / importance of autonomy, being independent, self-determinative / the existence of God, the meaning of life, suffering, death, good and evil / importance of the Christian faith to r., religious orthodoxy, particularism, r.'s attitude to his religious group, church, importance of church membership, church membership of people around r. / role of the media with respect to religion / attitude to trade-unions, class differences and government intervention, restriction of civil liberties, abortion, euthanasia / view on women / commitment to local community and parish / relative importance of (inter-)national versus local issues / norm conformism / attitude to the unification of Europe / work ethic: work as a duty, working systematically, achievement oriented, most important aspects of a job / characteristics of r.'s job / commitment to work / protestant ethic with respect to work / attitudes towards material consumption, consumption of human relationships: exert oneself for relationships / responsibility of society for individuals and the reverse / hedonism, fengality and rationalism with respect to consumption / honesty in financial affairs / protestant ethic and consumption / acceptance of women having jobs, consequences for children and marriage / sex-role stereotypes, distribution of household work / duty of children to provide for their parents / acceptance of alternative relationships / desirability of marriage / commitment and freedom in intimate relationships / ideas about the relationship between younger and older people, stereotypes / appreciation of the natural environment, i mprovement of old neighbourhoods, commitment to the protection of nature, optimism for the future / experience with environmental pollution / willingness to make efforts for the environment / authoritarianism / anomy / threat of competition by minorities / attitude towards Surinamese, Turks, Spaniards, Jews and Dutch / acceptance of people from these groups as neighbours, son- or daughter-in-law, classmate, experiences / anti-semitism / explanation of the social gap between the Dutch and ethnic minorities / importance of various political issues, satisfaction with democracy / postmaterialism, political interest and efficacy / confidence in politics, consequences of politics for daily life / political participation / cultural lifestyle of r. and r.'s parents, material lifestyle. Background variables: basic characteristics/ residence/ housing situation/ household characteristics/ occupation/employment/ income/capital assets/ education/ social class/ politics/ religion/ consumption of durables/ readership, mass media, and 'cultural' exposure/ organizational membership
description:
Eisinga, R.; Felling, A.; Peters, J.; Scheepers, P.L.H.; Schreuder, O., 2012, "Religion in Dutch Society, 1990 - SOCON'90"
name:
Eisinga, R.
Felling, A.
Peters, J.
Scheepers, P.L.H.
Schreuder, O.
homePage: http://www.harvard.edu/
name:
Harvard University
ID:
SCR:011273
abbreviation:
DataVerse
homePage: http://thedata.org/
name:
Dataverse Network Project
ID:
SCR:001997