Meta-analysis on asylum seekers and refugee attitudes
19.04.2017, by Sibylle Classen in call for papers
Call for published, unpublished, or nearly published data, including student data and published data sets
Deadline: May 19, 2017
We are conducting a meta-analysis on attitudes towards asylum seekers and refugees. We are seeking data from studies which have examined any individual differences (or other correlates) that are related to or predict attitudes towards these groups.
To be included, studies must include
- Any measure of attitudes towards asylum seekers and/or refugees
- Correlations with any individual differences (e.g., demographic factors, ideological variables, personality traits, etc.).
We are seeking published, unpublished, or nearly published data, including student data and published data sets which measured (but did not report) the variables in question.
If you have data that might be relevant, please contact us by May 19, 2017 on:
Misha Cowling and Joel Anderson (Australian Catholic University)
(Please note: we recently made a local [i.e., Australian] call for unpublished data, and we are extending this to a global base – if you recently were contacted about this, our apologies for the multiple contact).