On October 26, 2015 (13.00-15.30) international seminar “Measuring Europeans’ Attitudes with the European Social Survey” will be held at the Institute of Public Policy and Administration of Kaunas University of Technology (room 213). Two prominent scientists will be presenting lectures in the seminar: Ineke Stoop (PhD) expert of the international survey methodology, Deputy director of methodology of the ESS and Senior researcher at the Netherlands Institute for Social Research (SCP) and Eric Harrison (PhD) expert of research on social stratification and subjective societal wellbeing, Deputy director of the ESS and Senior research fellow at the Centre for Comparative Social Surveys, City University London. The seminar will be broadcast via the Internet to the remote auditorium at the Vilnius University.
Ineke Stoop will speak about international longitudinal social surveys, standards of their implementation and methodological advances in this field. Eric Harrison will present trends and methodological challenges of ever more popular research on subjective social wellbeing. Both scientists will ground their presentations on good practice examples from the European Social Survey, which has won the EC Descartes prize for “radical innovations in cross-national surveys” in 2005.
Programme of the seminar can be found here.
Workshop is organised as part of the activities of Lithuanian membership in the European
Research Infrastructure Consortium “European Social Survey” and is funded by the Research