Using Web Probing to Elucidate Respondents' Understanding of 'Minorities' in Cross-Cultural Comparative Research
Braun, Michael; Behr, Dorothée; Meitinger, Katharina; Raiber, Klara; Repke, Lydia (2019)
Due to the growing significance of international studies, the need for tools to assess the equivalence of items is pressing. Web probing, which is implementing verbal probing techniques traditionally used in cognitive ...
Tadeusz Krauze (1934–2019)
Słomczyński, Kazimierz M. (2019)
Between fallacy and feasibility? Dealing with the risk of ecological fallacies in the quantitative study of protest mobilization and conflict
Demarest, Leila; Langer, Arnim; Meuleman, Bart (2019)
In recent years, the quantitative study of conflict has increasingly focused on small-scale and/or localized conflicts in the developing world. In this paper, we analyze and critically reflect upon a major methodological ...
Exploratory Fieldwork on Balconies as Threshold Spaces on the Juliusz Słowacki housing estate in Lublin
Otrishchenko, Natalia (2019)
The author reflects upon her experience of exploratory fieldwork conducted by an interdisciplinary group during the Urban Summer School. The research was conducted within an environment built according to the idea of "Open ...
Explaining the Policy Constraints of Anti-democratic Regimes by Means of Sequential OLS-Regressions
Mueller, Georg P. (2019)
One of the key problems of many sociological regression models is their modest explanatory power. This has not only to do with the insufficient development of the underlying theories but also with the free will of the ...