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Social and Cultural Developments in the Netherlands – COVID-19 panel survey

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Ramaekers, MSc M.J.M. (Radboud University); Savelkoul, dr. M.J. (Radboud University); Groenestijn, drs. P.W.J.N. van (Radboud University); Scheepers, prof. dr. P.L.H. (Radboud University); Verbakel, ELLEN (Radboud University) (): Social and Cultural Developments in the Netherlands – COVID-19 panel survey. DANS. https://doi.org/10.17026/dans-z93-whrh

2021 Ramaekers, MSc M.J.M. (Radboud University); Savelkoul, dr. M.J. (Radboud University); Groenestijn, drs. P.W.J.N. van (Radboud University); Scheepers, prof. dr. P.L.H. (Radboud University); Verbakel, ELLEN (Radboud University) 10.17026/dans-z93-whrh

This panel survey is a follow-up study on SOCON 2019 and SOCON 2020. The study can be used to ascertain changes in Dutch society possibly related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The data from the second wave were collected after the first lockdown in 2020 and cover themes that were already present in SOCON 2019 and SOCON 2020, such as attitudes towards Dutch society, social capital, politics and well-being. In addition, the second wave includes questions related to the pandemic and the lockdown, such as concerns about COVID-19 and attitudes and behaviour with regard to the government measures.

This panel survey is part of a long-standing research program, aimed at longitudinal research with a strong (a) substantial multi-disciplinary focus on religiosity, values, in-group solidarity and out-group derogation as well as a strong (b) methodological focus on high quality data, valid measurements and innovative data-collection designs.

DANS Data Guide 21 available (open access); dataset SOCON COVID-19 panel survey available as of April 2023 (restricted access).

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