The Australian Survey of Social Attitudes is the official survey for Australia in the International Social Survey Program. The ISSP has over 40 member countries and its data sets are used by social scientists and policymakers throughout the world for comparative investigations and studies of individual member countries.
The program of modules for the next few years is available from the ISSP.
AuSSA supplies the Australian data for these modules. AuSSA 2003 included the ISSP National Identity module in Version B of the questionnaire, and AuSSA 2005 included the ISSP's Citizenship and Work Orientations modules. 2007 included the Role of Government and Leisure Time and Sports modules. In 2009 AuSSA included the Religion and Social Inequality modules and in 2011 the Environment III and Health modules.
In 2012 AuSSA will include the Family, Work and Gender Roles IV module.
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For more information about the ISSP, please visit their website www.issp.org.