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Umfragen der Jugendforschung in der frühen Bundesrepublik als Quellen für die zeithistorische Forschung : methodische Überlegungen zu ihrer historisch-kontextuellen Sekundäranalyse

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Janssen, Philip Jost

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Abstract Based on the fact, that secondary evaluations of sources from social sciences are of high relevance for contemporary historians, it seems to be very productive to refer to the conclusions, that were drawn – and to check them again; to take those primary interpretations, (e.g. the analysis of surveys) as historic sources themselves, potentially including ideological infiltrations or methodological inaccuracies and to compare them with own results. The article presents that procedure by outlining the exemplary project "Youth and leisure time in early FRG" and characterizes, referring to specific questions, the most important surveys of that time.
Keywords survey; adolescent; Federal Republic of Germany; data; research; youth research; secondary analysis; reactivity effect; old federal states
Classification Social History, Historical Social Research
Method development of methods; historical
Document language German
Publication Year 2002
Page/Pages p. 253-265
Journal Historical Social Research, 27 (2002) 2/3
ISSN 0172-6404
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works