WVS-Australia team presents wave 7 findings and methodology at the 6th Biennial ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference in Sydney
WVS-Australia team (Jill Sheppard and Ian McAllister from the ANU school of Politics and International Relations, Anna Lethborg and Benjamin Phillips from the Social Research Center) presented wave 7 findings and methodology at the 6th Biennial ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference in Sydney on December 12-14, 2018. Presentation is available for downloading below.
The Australian component of the World Values Survey is referred to as the Australian Values Study or AVS. The Australian National University has been responsible for the AVS since 2005, with data collection carried out by the Social Research Centre. In 2018, 1,800 Australians were surveyed as a part of the WVS-7 global survey round.
The in-scope population for the 2018 AVS was adults (18 years of age or over) who are residents of private households in Australia. The sampling approach used address-based sampling with mail as the primary contact method. A sequential mixed-mode design was applied to data collection with participants self-completing via an online or paper-based survey.
The data collection period for the AVS was 3 April to 6 August 2018. The total achieved sample size was 1,813, equating to a response rate of 30.2%.
This research was undertaken by the Social Research Centre in accordance with the Privacy Act (1988) and the Australian Privacy Principles contained therein, the Privacy (Market and Social Research) Code 2014, the Australian Market and Social Research Society’s Code of Professional Practice, and ISO 20252 standards.
More information and full report text are available from HERE.
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