d.volatile: Data on the volatility of grassroots associations in Norway...

Description Usage Format Source

Description

This dataset is from Wollebaek (2010), who analyzes the causes of disbandings of grassroots associations in Norway.

Usage

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Format

The data frame contains 22 rows (cases) and the following 9 columns featuring Boolean factors taking values 1 and 0 only:

[ , 1] PG high population growth
[ , 2] RB high rurbanization (i.e. people moving to previously sparsely populated areas that are
not adjacent to a larger city)
[ , 3] EL high increase in education levels
[ , 4] SE high degree of secularization
[ , 5] CS existence of Christian strongholds
[ , 6] OD high organizational density
[ , 7] PC existence of polycephality (i.e. municipalities with multiple centers)
[ , 8] UP urban proximity
[ , 9] VO2 very high volatility of grassroots associations

Source

Wollebaek, Dag. 2010. “Volatility and Growth in Populations of Rural Associations.” Rural Sociology 75:144-166.


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