This monographic issue collects four theoretically driven, empirically founded research articles based on eight rounds of European Social Survey data. The articles address four topics that are key to current social debates: changes in social trust in European countries over time; changes in attitudes toward immigration; attitudes toward climate change in a European perspective and attitudes towards basic income and welfare legitimacy in Europe.

The European Social Survey : a Telescope for the Social Sciences / G.M. Dotti Sani, C. Vezzoni. - In: POLIS. - ISSN 1120-9488. - 33:2(2019 Aug), pp. 179-184. [10.1424/94244]

The European Social Survey : a Telescope for the Social Sciences

G.M. Dotti Sani
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C. Vezzoni
Co-primo
2019-08

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This monographic issue collects four theoretically driven, empirically founded research articles based on eight rounds of European Social Survey data. The articles address four topics that are key to current social debates: changes in social trust in European countries over time; changes in attitudes toward immigration; attitudes toward climate change in a European perspective and attitudes towards basic income and welfare legitimacy in Europe.
European Social Survey; Quality Benchmarks; Italy; Investment in Scientific Research; ERIC
Settore SPS/07 - Sociologia Generale
Settore SPS/09 - Sociologia dei Processi economici e del Lavoro
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