ESS 5 - European Social Survey 2010, Sweden

This study is part of the collection ESS - European Social Survey

Creator/Principal investigator(s):

Mikael Hjerm - Umeå University, Department of Sociology

Ingemar Johansson Sevä - Umeå University, Department of Sociology

Description:

This survey is the Swedish part of the 2010 'European Social Survey ' (ESS), and is focusing on family, work and well-being as well as justice. The survey also includes data on media and social trust, politics, subjective well-being, household characteristics and socio-demographics as well as human values as part of the core module of ESS.

Purpose:

The European Social Survey (the ESS) is an academically-driven social survey designed to chart and explain the interaction between Europe's changing institutions and the attitudes, beliefs and behaviour patterns of its diverse populations.

Subject area:

media, employment, unemployment, employee training, working conditions, political behaviour and attitudes, elections, social and occupational mobility, gender and gender roles, family life and marriage, social behaviour and attitudes, religion and values (CESSDA Topic Classification)
Social Sciences, Sociology, Political Science (The Swedish standard of fields of research 2011)

Responsible department/unit:

Umeå University, Department of Sociology

Creator/Principal investigator(s):

Mikael Hjerm - Umeå University, Department of Sociology

Ingemar Johansson Sevä - Umeå University, Department of Sociology

Identifiers:

SND-ID: SND 0924

Alternative title:

ESS5

Description:

This survey is the Swedish part of the 2010 'European Social Survey ' (ESS), and is focusing on family, work and well-being as well as justice. The survey also includes data on media and social trust, politics, subjective well-being, household characteristics and socio-demographics as well as human values as part of the core module of ESS.

Purpose:

The European Social Survey (the ESS) is an academically-driven social survey designed to chart and explain the interaction between Europe's changing institutions and the attitudes, beliefs and behaviour patterns of its diverse populations.

Language:

English

Swedish

Time period(s) investigated:

2010-09-27 — 2011-03-01

Instrument:

ESS 5 Main Questionnaire Sweden (Structured questionnaire)

Geographic spread:

Geographic location: Sweden

Lowest geographic unit:

National area (NUTS2)

Highest geographic unit:

Country

Unit of analysis:

Population:

Individuals aged 15 years or older

Sampling procedure:

Probability: Simple random

Funding:

Swedish Council for Working Life and Social Research — Ref. 2009-1949

Swedish Research Council — Ref. 825-2009-6074

Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Foundation — Ref. Iln09-0483:1- E

Subject area:

media, employment, unemployment, employee training, working conditions, political behaviour and attitudes, elections, social and occupational mobility, gender and gender roles, family life and marriage, social behaviour and attitudes, religion and values (CESSDA Topic Classification)
Social Sciences, Sociology, Political Science (The Swedish standard of fields of research 2011)

ESS 5 - European Social Survey 2010, Sweden

Suggested citation:

Mikael Hjerm, Ingemar Johansson Sevä. Umeå University, Department of Sociology (2014). ESS 5 - European Social Survey 2010, Sweden. Swedish National Data Service. Version 1.0. https://doi.org/10.5878/002220

Creator/Principal investigator(s):

Mikael Hjerm - Umeå University, Department of Sociology

Ingemar Johansson Sevä - Umeå University, Department of Sociology

Data format / data structure:

Numeric

Data collection:

Mode of collection: Face-to-face interview: CAPI/CAMI

Time period(s) for data collection: 2010-09-27 — 2011-03-01

Data collector: Statistics Sweden

Sample size: 3000

Number of responses: 1497

Non response size: 1503

Source of the data: Population group

Time period(s) investigated:

2010-09-27 — 2011-03-01

Variables:

425

Number of individuals/objects:

1497

Response rate/participation rate:

50,99

Published: 2014-10-03
Last updated: 2020-08-27