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DataHarmonization.org Redirects to The Ohio State University’s College of Arts and Sciences

We’ve moved our content, including the Newsletter, to https://www.asc.ohio-state.edu/dataharmonization/, the address you see now. The content is hosted by The Ohio State University’s College of Arts and Sciences.

New! Harmonization Newsletter Fall 2018

We present the latest and largest issue of Harmonization: Newsletter on Survey Data Harmonization in the Social Sciences. The Fall 2018 issue features new research. We begin with two articles on the meaning of survey items that do not refer

Harmonization Newsletter Summer 2018

  The Summer 2018 issue of Harmonization: Newsletter on Survey Data Harmonization in the Social Sciences is out now. This issue features items on a variety of topics. Tom W. Smith writes about how cross-national research programs can improve comparativeness

Harmonize or Control? The Use of Multilevel Analysis to Analyze Trust in Institutions in the World

by Claire Durand, Isabelle Valois and Luis Patricio Peña Ibarra, Department of Sociology, University of Montreal This article presents the current progress of a research project whose aim is to develop methods to analyze combined micro-data. The most recent papers

Harmonizing Corruption Items in Cross-national Surveys

by Ilona Wysmułek, Graduate School for Social Research, Polish Academy of Sciences Corruption, given its secretive nature, is a phenomenon that is hard to capture in the interview situation. In corruption research, surveys are among the major sources of our

Harmonizing Ethnic Minority Status in International Survey Projects

by Olena Oleksiyenko, Graduate School for Social Research, Polish Academy of Sciences This article focuses on issues of harmonizing information on ethnic minority status as part of a larger project on patterns of electoral and non-electoral political participation in post-soviet

Latest Issue of Harmonization Newsletter Out Now

The Harmonization Project team, in coordination with Cross-national Studies: Interdisciplinary Research and Training program (CONSIRT.osu.edu), has published the latest issue of Harmonization: Newsletter on Survey Data Harmonization in the Social Sciences. You can download and view the newsletter here. This issue

New Book! Democratic Values and Protest Behavior: Harmonization of Data

The Harmonization Project has released their first book: Democratic Values and Protest Behavior: Harmonization of Data from International Survey Projects by Kazimierz M. Słomczyński, Irina Tomescu-Dubrow, and J. Craig Jenkins with Marta Kołczyńska, Przemek Powałko, Ilona Wysmułek, Olena Oleksiyanko, Marcin W.

Survey Weights as Indicators of Data Quality

“Survey Weights as Indicators of Data Quality” by Marta Kolczynska, Marcin W. Zielinski, and Przemek Powalko appears in Harmonization newsletter (Summer 2016, v2 n1)  In the last decades, more and more scholars are using weights as a procedure for correction of

Quality of Survey Data: How to Estimate It and Why It Matters

A new article in Harmonization: Newsletter on Survey Data Harmonization in the Social Sciences by Melanie Revilla, Willem Saris and the Survey Quality Predictor (SQP) team There is no measurement without error. However, the size of the error can vary depending

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