Design, Methods, and Sample Characteristics of the Bielefeld Study on Xenosophia and Religion

Klein C, Streib H (2018)
In: Xenosophia and Religion. Biographical and Statistical Paths for a Culture of Welcome. Streib H, Klein C (Eds); Cham: Springer International Publishing: 107-152.

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Streib, Heinz; Klein, Constantin
Abstract / Bemerkung
In this chapter, design, research methods, and sample of the Bielefeld Study on Xenosophia and Religion in Germany are introduced. After a brief over-view of the guiding research questions, the research instruments are described: the standardized scales and items, which were included in our questionnaire that was used to survey 1,534 participants; a series of three Single-category Implicit Asso-ciation Tests (SC-IATs), which have been used in a subsample of n = 272 partici-pants; the Faith Development Interview (FDI), which has been administered to a subsample of n = 27 participants. Then, the procedure of sampling and the sample characteristics are described. For selecting interviewees for the qualitative part of the study, the quantitative data have been split at the medians of centrality of religiosity and the value axis openness to change vs. conservation, and the participants have been assigned to the four resulting quadrant groups. These quadrant groups are described with respect to differences in demographics and in their profiles of quantitative measures, and the further algorithm of interviewee selection is deline-ated. The chapter ends with an outlook on the following analyses.
Erscheinungsjahr
2018
Buchtitel
Xenosophia and Religion. Biographical and Statistical Paths for a Culture of Welcome
Seite(n)
107-152
ISBN
9783319745633
eISBN
9783319745640
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2930241

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Klein C, Streib H. Design, Methods, and Sample Characteristics of the Bielefeld Study on Xenosophia and Religion. In: Streib H, Klein C, eds. Xenosophia and Religion. Biographical and Statistical Paths for a Culture of Welcome. Cham: Springer International Publishing; 2018: 107-152.
Klein, C., & Streib, H. (2018). Design, Methods, and Sample Characteristics of the Bielefeld Study on Xenosophia and Religion. In H. Streib & C. Klein (Eds.), Xenosophia and Religion. Biographical and Statistical Paths for a Culture of Welcome (pp. 107-152). Cham: Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-74564-0_4
Klein, C., and Streib, H. (2018). “Design, Methods, and Sample Characteristics of the Bielefeld Study on Xenosophia and Religion” in Xenosophia and Religion. Biographical and Statistical Paths for a Culture of Welcome, Streib, H., and Klein, C. eds. (Cham: Springer International Publishing), 107-152.
Klein, C., & Streib, H., 2018. Design, Methods, and Sample Characteristics of the Bielefeld Study on Xenosophia and Religion. In H. Streib & C. Klein, eds. Xenosophia and Religion. Biographical and Statistical Paths for a Culture of Welcome. Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 107-152.
C. Klein and H. Streib, “Design, Methods, and Sample Characteristics of the Bielefeld Study on Xenosophia and Religion”, Xenosophia and Religion. Biographical and Statistical Paths for a Culture of Welcome, H. Streib and C. Klein, eds., Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2018, pp.107-152.
Klein, C., Streib, H.: Design, Methods, and Sample Characteristics of the Bielefeld Study on Xenosophia and Religion. In: Streib, H. and Klein, C. (eds.) Xenosophia and Religion. Biographical and Statistical Paths for a Culture of Welcome. p. 107-152. Springer International Publishing, Cham (2018).
Klein, Constantin, and Streib, Heinz. “Design, Methods, and Sample Characteristics of the Bielefeld Study on Xenosophia and Religion”. Xenosophia and Religion. Biographical and Statistical Paths for a Culture of Welcome. Ed. Heinz Streib and Constantin Klein. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2018. 107-152.

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