#OccupySurvey

 

Research team: Manuel Castells (director), Mireia Fernández-Ardèvol (coordinator), Arnau Monterde, Javier Toret, Eunate Serrano, Daniel Blanche, Àlex Penina, Antonio Calleja, with the collaboration of Datanalysis15M.

Project: The Cultural and Social Dimensions of the Economic Crisis 2008-2014. Financial Cultures, Human Suffering, and Social Protests. A Comparative Study of Networked Social Movements in Spain and US (2011-2014).

Funds: This project is possible thanks to the half of the 2013 Sociology Award to Manuel Castells awarded by the International Balzan Prize Foundation.

One of the central elements of our research processes is the willingness to make the data collected in the #OccupySurvey available to all interested persons. All documents are licensed under a Creative Commons license under the BY (Attribution) and SA (ShareAlike) license, so that whenever the data is used it is not only said where they come from but the derivative works are licensed under the same License and thus prevent the privatization of its future uses.

The dictionary of variables, the questionnaire, and the technical sheet have already incorporated the stamps of Creative Commons under the license type BY (Attribution) and SA (ShareAlike). The other two documents are licensed under the same license cc-by-sa.

For questions, you can contact us through our contact form.

To cite the database:

Networks, Movements, and Technopolitics. (2017). #OccupySurvey [Data file]. Barcelona, Spain: IN3, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Retrieved from http://tecnopolitica.net/OccupySurvey_data

Separately, each document can be cited as follows:

Networks, Movements, and Technopolitics. (2017). #OccupySurvey [Dictionary of variables]. Barcelona, Spain: IN3, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Retrieved from http://tecnoppolitica.net/OccupySurvey_data

Networks, Movements, and Technopolitics. (2017). #OccupySurvey [Questionnaire]. Barcelona, Spain: IN3, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Retrieved from http://tecnoppolitica.net/OccupySurvey_data

Networks, Movements, and Technopolitics. (2017). #OccupySurvey [Technical Information]. Barcelona, Spain: IN3, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Retrieved from http://tecnoppolitica.net/OccupySurvey_data