The International Social Survey Programme (ISSP) is a continuous programme of cross-national collaboration running annual surveys on topics important for social sciences. The programme started in 1984 with four founding members (Germany, Great Britain, Australia, and the United States) – and has now grown to about 50 member countries from all over the world. The International Social Survey Programme started in 1996 in France. The topic of the survey changes every year (module I, module II, module III...), and comes back periodically for comparisons.
|Topics||Module - I||Module - II||Module - III||Module - IV||Module - V|
|Role of Government||1985||1990||1996||2006||2016|
|Family and Changing Gender Roles||1988||1994||2002||2012|
|Leisure Time & Sports||2007|
Last update : July 22, 2022