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ASK 2017

Ask: Research and Methods

Electronic: ISSN 2544-0799

Print: ISSN 1234-9224 

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Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland

Mixed Methods in Value Research: An Analysis of the Validity of the Russian Version of the Schwartz Value Survey (SVS) Using Cognitive Interviews, Multidimensional Scaling (MDS), and Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA)

Authors: Maria Efremova, National Research University Higher School of Economics Moscow, Russian Federation; Tatiana Panyusheva, National Research University Higher School of Economics Moscow, Russian Federation; Peter Schmidt, University of Giessen and Humboldt Research Fellow of the Polish Foundation for Basic Research, Germany; Florian Zercher, University of Giessen, Germany

Electronic: ISSN 2544-0799 Print: ISSN 1234-9224 Vol. 26 (1, 2017): 3–30

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A Meta-analysis of Within-Household Selection Impact on Survey Outcome Rates, Demographic Representation and Sample Quality in the European Social Survey

Author: Piotr Jabkowski, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland

Electronic: ISSN 2544-0799 Print: ISSN 1234-9224 Vol. 26 (1, 2017): 31 – 60

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On the Use of Microsimulation for Investigating Ideological Dissent: Exemplary Analyses of the Values of the European Political Left

Author: Georg P. Mueller, University of Fribourg, Switzerland

Electronic: ISSN 2544-0799 Print: ISSN 1234-9224 Vol. 26 (1, 2017): 61 – 80

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Doing Fieldwork on Sensitive Topics: Navigating Memories of Intergroup Violence Committed by In-groups in Contemporary Poland

Author: Mateusz Magierowski, Jagiellonian University, Poland

Electronic: ISSN 2544-0799 Print: ISSN 1234-9224 Vol. 26 (1, 2017): 81 – 98

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