postmater: Environmental problems and Cancer

Description Usage Format Source References

Description

The postmater data frame has 13 rows and 8 columns. The raw data refers to a political and social survey across Europe that is conducted twice a year.

Usage

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Format

This data frame contains the following columns:

country

A factor with levels: F France; B Belgium; NL Netherlands; D Germany; I Italy; L Luxembourg. DK Denmark. IRL Ireland. GB Great Britain. NIRL Northern Ireland. GR Greece. E Spain. P Portugal.

m..

The absolute frequencies of materialist factor in the respect country. The degree of ranking of this index is ++.

m.

The absolute frequencies of materialist factor in the respect country. The degree of ranking of this index is +.

m

The absolute frequencies of materialist factor in the respect country. The degree of ranking of this index is below of the "m.".

m_pm

The absolute frequencies of materialist/post-materialist factor in the respect country. The degree of ranking of this index is below of the "m".

pm

The absolute frequencies of post-materialist factor in the respect country. The degree of ranking of this index is below of the "m_pm".

pm.

The absolute frequencies of post-materialist factor in the respect country. The degree of ranking of this index is below of the "pm".

pm..

The absolute frequencies of post-materialist factor in the respect country. The degree of ranking of this index is below of the "pm.".

Source

Reif, K., and Melich, A. (1990). Euro-Barometer 29: Environmental problems and Cancer, March-April 1988. Ann Arbor: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research.

References

van der Ark, A. L. 1999. Contributions to Latent Budget Analysis, a tool for the analysis of compositional data. Ph.D. Thesis University of Utrecht.


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