- A split
panel with 1000 young people, between the ages of 10 and 25, are included
in the study. Related to the total population in this age-group, they
are a representative sample of students, workers, unemployed and persons
on parental leave.
- In addition
a panel of 104 in-depth face-to-face interviews were performed at
home environment yearly between 1995-2000. Furthermore the respondents
were interviewed by means of the World Values Survey questionnaire.
Nineties Report is led by associate professor Bi Puranen. The study
has been supported by The Council of Working Life, The National Health
Institute, Vattenfall and Vägverket and conducted at The Institute
for Futures Studies in Sweden.
young people were given special training in interview techniques and
they performed all the initial interviews.
model were used in pilot studies of young people in other places such
as Venezuela(Bonair), Borneo (Malaysia), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia),
Singapore, Hong Kong and at Ireland.
panel continues under the label of Global Generation as a parallel
to a new panel which starts at the year 2000. Results are continuously
presented at this web-site.