Sociaal-culturele ontwikkelingen in Nederland, 1985 - SOCON'85~Religion in Dutch Society, 1985 - SOCON 1985
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Communicatie in Organisaties
Key wordsSociology; consumption; religion; values and beliefs; work; education; family life; welfare; ethnocentrisme; politics; ecology; health; conservatism; trade unions; 1985; 1986; Netherlands
Social relevance of religion in the Netherlands. Occupation and kind of work / in which organization or company / how many days work / organizational role in work / r member of a church / special function in church / is r active member of groups in church / r church member before / church attendance / r following church services on radio or tv / marrying in church / religious opinions about baptizing and death / meaning of life / urbanization / reading newspapers / membership of clubs / r organizational role in clubs / meaning of work / preference for work and leisure time / r preference for employment or self-employment / influence of science / how is r spending money / saving behaviour / opinion about income differences and government influence / opinion about social security / opinion about raising children, education and schools / r's education / r's reasons for learning / opinions about marrying, living together, family and relations / opinions about roles, emancipation and abortion / opinion about suicide and euthanasia / questions for help when r is ill / opinion about the life in municipalities / opinions about friends / opinions about politics / membership of politic parties and trade unions / opinions about trade unions and freedom / membership of radio and television organizations / time r is watching tv / nationality r and r's parents / use of tobacco and alcohol / worries about getting work and the situation in a few years / financial troubles / opinion about government and politics / voting behaviour / status and income / financial situation / opinion about economics and politics / opinions about foreign workers / confidence and satisfaction in government / opinions about environment. Background variables: basic characteristics/ place of birth/ residence/ household characteristics/ characteristics of parental family/household/ occupation/employment/ income/capital assets/ education/ social class/ politics/ religion/ readership, mass media, and 'cultural' exposure/ organizational membership. The data- and documentation files of this dataset can be downloaded via the option Data Files.