MOVE: Mapping mobility - pathways, institutions and structural effects of youth mobility Datasets

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This database presents the results of the MOVE Project Survey (Work Package 4) that has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 649263. The consortium of MOVE comprises nine partners in six countries: Luxembourg, Germany, Hungary, Norway, Romania, and Spain. The central aim of MOVE is to provide evidence-based knowledge on mobility of young people in Europe as a prerequisite to improve mobility conditions, and to identify fostering and hindering factors of “beneficial” mobility. This aim is pursued using a multilevel interdisciplinary research approach, aiming at a comprehensive and systematic analysis of the mobility of young people in Europe. Objectives of the Survey: –To find out about the role and value of information and support services for young people and their decision making process to go abroad. –To explore the role of transnational networks for support and as a potential “pull factor” for mobility. –To examine the agency of young people with mobility experience and without it. –To study the formation of social capital and the dimensions of social inequality of mobile young people and their effects on future perspectives as well as the reproduction of social inequalities. –To carry out research on the formation of identity by those mobile young people compared to non- mobile ones. –To examine the career-plans of young people and their personal attachments related to their commitments in their home country (e.g. sending money home, supporting the family, etc.) –To gain insights into the (re)production of social inequality concerning mobility and non- mobility.

Young people between 18 and 29 years of age. Nationals from one of the participating countries or those who obtained the secondary school certificate/diploma in any of the six participating countries

Combined online panel and snowball survey. The Online Panel Survey Design and Field Research. Universe: Mobile and non-mobile young people between 18 and 29 years of age, nationals of at least one of the consortium partner, or those who obtained the secondary school certificate/diploma in any of the six participating countries. Sample error: n=1,000 interviews, +/- 3.2%; n=750 interviews +/- 3.7% confidence inter- val 95%. Quality standards: ISOMAR, ISO, AENOR, IQNet. Sample size: 5,769 questionnaires. Languages: The online survey was available in, French, German, Hungarian, Norwegian (Nynorsk and Bokm˚al), Luxembourgish, German for Luxembourg, Romanian and Spanish. Fieldwork dates: 23rd of November 2016 to 30th of January 2017, accounting for 8 weeks. Pre-test: The questionnaire was submitted to a pre-test, and amendments were introduced to improve the final results. The Online Snowball Survey The online survey panel was complemented with a snowball sampling, self-selected, online survey targeting only young people involved, in the past or currently, in a mobility process (n=3,207). Furthermore, as presented in D.4.4, snowball sampling (Goodman 1961), is the most efficient way to obtain respondents through referrals amongst people sharing the same features, which includes hidden populations amongst migrants. Design and Field Research The questionnaire design process followed the same work flow as the online panel survey questionnaire, using the same set of questions, except those related to the non-mobile questions which were deleted. The survey design and field research were unfolded as follows: Universe: people living abroad or people with mobility experience between 18 and 29 years of age. Nationals from one of the participating countries or those who obtained the secondary school certificate/diploma in any of the six participating countries. Methodology: non-probabilistic snowball Sample size: n=3,207. Languages: French, German, Hungarian, Norwegian (Nynorsk and Bokm˚al), Luxembourgish, German for Luxembourg, Romanian and Spanish. Duration: 15 to 25 minutes. Fieldwork dates: 7th of December 2016, reaching peak activity from 19th of December 2016 to 31st of January 2017, and finished on 5th of February 2017. Sample per country: A questionnaire was assigned to a consortium country whenever the respondent was a national, had obtained his/her secondary school certificate or had carried out the last year of studies before dropping out in the said country.

CASI (Computerunterstützte Selbstbefragung) - Interaktiver Selbstausfüller

Interactive self-administered questionnaire: CASI (Computer Assisted Self- Interview)

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DOI https://doi.org/10.7802/1636
Metadata Access https://www.da-ra.de/oaip/oai?verb=GetRecord&metadataPrefix=oai_dc&identifier=oai:oai.da-ra.de:633825
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Creator Navarrete Moreno, Lorenzo
Publisher GESIS Data Archive
Contributor Lorenzo Rodríguez, Javier; Díaz-Chorne, Laura; Suárez-Lledó, Víctor; Fernández-Araiz, Víctor; Díaz-Catalán, Celia
Publication Year 2018
Rights CC BY-NC-SA 4.0; Download; Embargo (maximal 1 Jahr); Embargo (maximal 1 year)
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Contact GESIS Data Archive
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Resource Type Dataset
Format application/x-spss-sav; application/vnd.ms-excel; application/pdf; application/x-rlang-transport
Discipline Empirical Social Research