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  • ICPSR
    search for data ICPSR advances and expands social and behavioral research acting as a global leader in data stewardship and providing rich data resources and responsive educational opportunities for present and future generations Find Analyze Data Discover data relevant to your research Membership in ICPSR Learn about the benefits of joining ICPSR Deposit Data Share your research with the social science community ICPSR Summer Program Take part in the premier

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  • Announcements
    http doi org 10 3886 ICPSR34389 v1 34772 Seattle Household Travel Survey Wave 1 1989 http doi org 10 3886 ICPSR34772 v1 34905 Longitudinal Survey Data of Households in Ouro Preto do Oeste Rondonia Brazil 1996 2009 http doi org 10 3886 ICPSR34905 v1 34914 Seattle Household Travel Survey Wave 7 1997 http doi org 10 3886 ICPSR34914 v1 35178 Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior July 1998 http doi org 10 3886 ICPSR35178 v1 35179 Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior August 1998 http doi org 10 3886 ICPSR35179 v1 35182 Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior November 1998 http doi org 10 3886 ICPSR35182 v1 35204 Eurobarometer 80 1 Europe 2020 the Financial and Economic Crisis European Citizenship and Information on EU Political Matters November 2013 http doi org 10 3886 ICPSR35204 v1 35222 Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior February 1999 http doi org 10 3886 ICPSR35222 v1 35225 Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior May 1999 http doi org 10 3886 ICPSR35225 v1 35227 Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior July 1999 http doi org 10 3886 ICPSR35227 v1 35229 Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior September 1999 http doi org 10 3886 ICPSR35229 v1 35231 Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior November 1999 http doi org 10 3886 ICPSR35231 v1 35264 Maricopa Regional Household Travel Survey 2002 http doi org 10 3886 ICPSR35264 v1 35265 St Louis Household Travel Survey 2002 http doi org 10 3886 ICPSR35265 v1 35266 Seattle Household Travel Survey Wave 3 1992 http doi org 10 3886 ICPSR35266 v1 35268 Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior February 2000 http doi org 10 3886 ICPSR35268 v1 35298 Self punishment and Pain Sensitivity 2013 St Catharines ON Canada http doi org 10 3886 ICPSR35298 v1 Updates 2364 Current Population Survey October 1996 School

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  • Announcements
    of Science and Technology Policy OSTP published a memo directing Federal agencies with an annual R D budget over 100 million to develop a public access plan for disseminating the results of their research including digital data Now nearly two years since the memo was published this session provides an update on Federal agencies public access plans including the impact on ICPSR member institutions Q A with Measures of Effective Teaching Longitudinal Database MET LDB Staff The Measures of Effective Teaching Longitudinal Database MET LDB has been available to the research community for almost a year now and we invite current and potential users to log in for a review of the project and available data and then stick around for Q A with the ICPSR staff who manage data file processing and access for secondary analysis This is a great opportunity to get your questions answered about this complex dataset specifically on file organization and structure and data access policies and procedures Data data everywhere and not a number to teach Sifting through the many megabytes of data with which we are bombarded each day takes practice This Webinar will focus on teaching students how to evaluate the data with which they come in contact think Joel Best s books We will also present a variety of sources for numbers that can be used in teaching and examples of their use Because working with numerical evidence is as much or more a mindset as it is a set of mathematical skills the content should be especially helpful for faculty who might otherwise consider themselves non quantitative Making Research Methods Fun or at Least Tolerable Can social research and fun really go together We all know the value of social research and why learning methods is important but students are typically not as easily convinced Learn how to use ICPSR s collection of data and tools to make your research methods course more engaging We will demonstrate how a variety of concepts including some of the less exciting ones like operationalization and sampling can be taught using real data and or the tools built to support those data Public Access Data Sharing at ICPSR Update on the State of openICPSR In February 2014 ICPSR launched public data sharing service known as openICPSR openICPSR is a research data sharing service for the social and behavioral sciences that allows the public to access research data at no charge The service is designed to meet evolving federal agency data sharing and preservation requirements This session will reflect upon the first several months of the service provide updates on features in development for the service and provide a peek into Institutional openICPSR a data sharing service developed for institutions and journals who desire a branded public data sharing institutional service fully hosted by ICPSR Learning Objectives 1 Learn about current status and future of openICPSR deposits and usage during the beta period and plans for the future 2 Hear about the results of research

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  • Announcements
    contemporary metadata schemas for research data with a focus on what information about the data production process is required for metadata inclusion She is a graduate research assistant with the Center for Informatics Research in Science and Scholarship at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science Her research focuses on enhancing metadata for data reuse across multiple disciplines through the analysis of scientific practices and communication Rebekah Cummings a recent MLIS graduate of the University of California Los Angeles won the second place prize for her paper Much Ado About Data Intellectual Property Issues Surrounding Academic Research Data The paper frames the complex issues surrounding intellectual property and data curation including the unique nature of data the motivations behind open data sharing and the legal landscape that undergirds current data practices The paper also demonstrates how librarians can use the four factors of fair use purpose nature of the work amount used and effect on the market when assessing risk in data reuse While at UCLA Cummings worked as a graduate student researcher on Dr Christine Borgman s research team and interned at the UCLA Social Science Data Archive She was named the 2013 UCLA Chancellor s Marshall and

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  • ICPSR Web Site
    including descriptions of the variables You can search for multiple keywords income health china Use quotes to look for a phrase I e words in that precise order income distribution All studies are described using terms from the ICPSR Subject Thesaurus these terms will appear as Subject filters on the left side of the results page I m looking for datasets that contain specific variables Our search indexes the full documentation for datasets including descriptions labels and survey questions for more than 4 million variables You can search for studies that have combinations of variables Separate variables concepts by commas read newspapers political party volunteer access to water drug use probation education diet body mass difficulty walking I m looking for datasets that answer a particular research question Our search indexes the full documentation for datasets including descriptions of the variables and the search engine recognizes natural language Asking a question can sometimes return what you are looking for Do children of Asian immigrants speak English in the home more often than children of Latino immigrants Does health insurance change the use of medical services You can also search for multiple keywords income health china Use quotes to look for a phrase I e words in that precise order income distribution I m looking for a specific dataset I know the title and or principal investigator Enter a title or name in the search box Using quotes searches for an exact match World Values Survey Jon D Miller Afrobarometer More Search Options Browse by topic Browse by series Browse by geography Browse by investigator Browse international data View all studies View all studies for which online analysis is available View all replication datasets more info View all studies that have learning guides Restricted Data ICPSR ensures respondent confidentiality within public

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  • ICPSR Web Site
    including descriptions of the variables You can search for multiple keywords income health china Use quotes to look for a phrase I e words in that precise order income distribution All studies are described using terms from the ICPSR Subject Thesaurus these terms will appear as Subject filters on the left side of the results page I m looking for datasets that contain specific variables Our search indexes the full documentation for datasets including descriptions labels and survey questions for more than 4 million variables You can search for studies that have combinations of variables Separate variables concepts by commas read newspapers political party volunteer access to water drug use probation education diet body mass difficulty walking I m looking for datasets that answer a particular research question Our search indexes the full documentation for datasets including descriptions of the variables and the search engine recognizes natural language Asking a question can sometimes return what you are looking for Do children of Asian immigrants speak English in the home more often than children of Latino immigrants Does health insurance change the use of medical services You can also search for multiple keywords income health china Use quotes to look for a phrase I e words in that precise order income distribution I m looking for a specific dataset I know the title and or principal investigator Enter a title or name in the search box Using quotes searches for an exact match World Values Survey Jon D Miller Afrobarometer More Search Options Browse by topic Browse by series Browse by geography Browse by investigator Browse international data View all studies View all studies for which online analysis is available View all replication datasets more info View all studies that have learning guides Restricted Data ICPSR ensures respondent confidentiality within public

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  • Deposit Data
    refer to ICPSR s Guide to Social Science Data Preparation and Archiving 5th Edition or contact us directly deposit icpsr umich edu Data File ICPSR encourages depositors to submit data files as SAS SPSS or Stata files ASCII files are also acceptable as long as they are accompanied with setup files Datasets in other formats are accepted as well Each variable in the data collection should have a set of exhaustive mutually exclusive codes Variable labels and value labels should clearly describe the information or question recorded in that variable Missing data codes should be defined Identifying information should be removed from the data to protect confidentiality Documentation Documentation files are integral to interpreting a data collection and should thoroughly explain the data collection Examples of documentation files include codebooks data collection instruments summary statistics project summaries and bibliographies of publications pertaining to the data Documentation can be submitted as Microsoft Word ASCII and DDI XML files among other formats Documentation that has the question text integrated with variable information is preferred Description Every new or revised ICPSR study includes a study description which provides summary information about the data collection Study descriptions are valuable resources to data users and include both general information such as study title and summary as well as more detailed information about the study design and methodology Much of the information used by ICPSR data archivists to create the study description comes from the ICPSR data deposit form An MS Word file is provided to help you prepare and compile study description information before depositing your data What If I Need to Deposit Data Related to a Publication ICPSR accepts replication datasets for researchers who need to publish their raw data in relation to a journal article so that other researchers can replicate the findings

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  • ICPSR Summer Program
    the Summer Program s outstanding strengths is its supportive and unique social environment It facilitates participants exchange of ideas approaches and techniques to develop theories and analyses of social science topics It also advances professional networking When the 2014 schedule is finalized it will list over 90 beginning and advanced courses at our primary location in Ann Arbor and several off site institutions They will build upon our foundational core of quantitative methods and substantive topics in a variety of workshops classes and special Blalock lectures We appreciate your interest in the ICPSR Summer Program and I hope to see you as a participant this summer John A Garcia Interim Director Questions Feel free to contact the ICPSR Summer Program directly Program Announcements ICPSR Announces New Summer Program Director ICPSR is pleased to announce that Saundra Schneider will join ICPSR as the next Director of the Summer Program starting in August 2014 Schneider succeeds Interim Director John Garcia who has served in that position since January 2014 Schneider is a long time Summer Program instructor and has been teaching Regression Analysis I one of the mainstay courses in the Program since 1990 She is Professor of Political Science at Michigan State University Her main research areas are public policy and state politics with particular emphases on social welfare governmental response to disasters spending priorities across program areas and public opinion toward federalism more EITM Certification for Program Scholars Participants in the four week sessions of the 2014 ICPSR Summer Program can receive certification in formal modeling and statistical analysis for subsequent participation in the Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models EITM program Details are available on the EITM website Congratulations to the 2014 ICPSR Scholarship Recipients We hope you ll join us in congratulating this year s ICPSR Scholarship Recipients You

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