Discover the online-tool ONBound Harmonization Wizard
The ONBound project (funded by DFG) seeks to increase the understanding of how national and religious identities are intertwined, or exclude each other, in the modern world. On this purpose, they browsed a vast array of existing individual level and contextual data and built a database that offers the opportunity for scientific research to explore these issues.
ONBound offers researchers the opportunity to create customized datasets from a database containing approximately 1500 variables taken from 280 survey waves of international survey programs as well as approx. 4500 variables of country-level data. Among this, data from the EVS offers an invaluable contribution.
The online-tool ONBound Harmonization Wizard (https://onbound.gesis.org/wizard) enables users to select the desired topic areas and countries.
The project team involves Dr. Insa Bechert, Dr. Markus Quandt, Antonia May, Katharina Werhan, Dr. Brigitte Mathiak, Matthäus Zloch (GESIS); Prof. Annette Schnabel, Kathrin Behrens (both Heinrich-Heine-University in Düsseldorf,
Germany); and international collaborations with Dr. Ferruccio Biolcati-Rinaldi and Dr. Cristiano Vezzoni (both University of Milan, Italy), Prof. Dr. Mikael Hjerm (University of Umea, Sweden).