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Surveys to Ethnic and Migrant Minorities across Europe: Identifying Knowledge Strengths and Gaps Using Survey Metadata

Abstract : This report, the second in the series of reports produced by COST Action 16111 Ethmigsurveydata, presents the results from the analysis of the survey metadata compiled through the Ethnic and Migrant Minorities (EMM) Survey Registry launched by the COST Action and with the support of the H2020 project Social Sciences and Humanities Open Cloud (SSHOC). The current version of the report focuses on six countries for which the metadata is complete and controlled for quality: Croatia, Norway, Switzerland, Romania, Germany and Turkey. The report begins with an introduction about the survey metadata compilation undertaken by Ethmigsurveydata, followed by a detailed overview of the methodological approaches used to develop the EMM Survey Registry. The report is then structured into five additional sections that present the findings for the EMM surveys in these six countries in relation to their geographical and target group coverage, the definition and measurement of EMMs, the topics covered by the surveys, their technical characteristics, and their accessibility and reusability. The final section offers conclusions and recommendations for funders, data producers and data analysis.
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Laura Morales, Ami Katherine Saji, Dimitri Prandner, Johannes Bergh, Anikó Bernat, et al.. Surveys to Ethnic and Migrant Minorities across Europe: Identifying Knowledge Strengths and Gaps Using Survey Metadata. [Research Report] Centre d'études européennes et de politique comparée. 2020, pp.75. ⟨hal-03123373⟩

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