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10 Sep 2014

Ronald Inglehart wins 2014 Dinerman Award
from World Association for Public Opinion Research (WAPOR)

Ronald Inglehart has won the 2014 Helen Dinerman Award of the World Association for Public Opinion Research (WAPOR). This award is presented annually to individuals who have made "significant contributions to survey research methodology". Prior recipients include Philip Converse, Robert Groves, Louis Guttman, Sir Roger Jowell, Elihu Katz, Juan Linz, Seymour Martin Lipset, Robert K. Merton, Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann, Sidney Verba, Sir Robert Worcester, and Daniel Yankelovich.

Ronald Inglehart has won the 2014 Helen Dinerman Award of the World Association for Public Opinion Research (WAPOR). This award is presented annually to individuals who have made "significant contributions to survey research methodology". Prior recipients include Philip Converse, Robert Groves, Louis Guttman, Sir Roger Jowell, Elihu Katz, Juan Linz, Seymour Martin Lipset, Robert K. Merton, Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann, Sidney Verba, Sir Robert Worcester, and Daniel Yankelovich.

The World Association for Public Opinion Research (WAPOR) is an international professional association of researchers from more than 60 countries. The association has presented the 2014 Dinerman Award to Inglehart at WAPOR’s annual conference in Nice on September 4-6, 2014. Inglehart is a professor of political science and a research scientist at the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research. He is also scientific advisor to the Laboratory for Comparative Social Research at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow and St Petersburg, and founding president of the World Values Survey.

Past recipients of Dinerman Award:

  • 1981    Jan Stapel, The Netherlands
  • 1982    Stanley L. Payne, USA
  • 1983    Herbert Hyman, USA
  • 1984    Mark Abrams, UK
  • 1985    Norman M. Bradburn, USA
  • 1986    Jean A. Stoetzel, France
  • 1987    Percy H. Tannenbaum, USA
  • 1988    Louis Guttman, Israel (Posthumous)
  • 1989    W. Philips Davison, USA
  • 1990    Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann, West Germany
  • 1991    Elihu Katz, Israel
  • 1992    Philip K. Hastings, USA
  • 1993    Juan J. Linz, USA
  • 1994    Hélène Riffault, France
  • 1995    Daniel Yankelovich, USA
  • 1996    Robert Worcester, UK
  • 1997    Seymour Martin Lipset, USA
  • 1998    Friedrich W. Tennstädt, Germany
  • 1999    Hans L. Zetterberg, Sweden
  • 2000    Robert K. Merton, USA
  • 2001    Mahar Mangahas, Philippines
  • 2002    Roger Tourangeau, USA

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