Isabelle Fiedler

Isabelle Fiedler

Research area Educational Careers and Graduate Employment
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Isabelle Fiedler has been working as a researcher at the German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW) in the Educational Careers and Graduate Employment research area since June 2018. She is employed in the National Educational Panel Study (NEPS) project, where she previously worked as a student assistant. From 2012 to 2015 she studied social sciences (B.A.) and in 2018 she graduated with a master’s degree in educational sciences (M.A.) at Leibniz University Hanover.

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National Educational Panel: From Higher Education to the Labour Market
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Gender Differences in the Academic Self-Concept Among Students in Germany: Does the Field of Study Matter?

Fiedler, I., Buchholz, S., & Schaeper, H. (2019, November).
Gender Differences in the Academic Self-Concept Among Students in Germany: Does the Field of Study Matter? Vortrag auf der 4th International NEPS Conference, LIfBi Bamberg.

Survey Attitude Scale (SAS): Are Measurements Comparable Among Different Samples of Students from German Higher Education Institutions?

Fiedler, I., Schwabe, U., Sudheimer, S., Kastirke, N., & Fehring, G. (2019, September).
Survey Attitude Scale (SAS): Are Measurements Comparable Among Different Samples of Students from German Higher Education Institutions? Vortrag auf dem "Brownbag"-Treffen des Forschungsclusters "Empirische Methoden der Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung" am DZHW, Hannover.

Survey Attitude Scale (SAS): Are Measurements Comparable Among Different Samples of Students from German Higher Education Institutions?

Fiedler, I., Schwabe, U., Sudheimer, S., Kastirke, N. & Fehring, G. (2019, Juni).
Survey Attitude Scale (SAS): Are Measurements Comparable Among Different Samples of Students from German Higher Education Institutions? Vortrag auf dem Workshop "Survey Attitude Scale (SAS) und Survey Evaluation (SE) in Online Surveys"; DZHW, Hannover.

Survey Attitude Scale (SAS) und Survey Evaluation (SE) in Online Surveys.

Schwabe, U., Kastirke, N., Sudheimer, S., & Fiedler, I. (2019, Juni).
Survey Attitude Scale (SAS) und Survey Evaluation (SE) in Online Surveys. Workshop, DZHW, Hannover, 27. und 28. Juni 2019.

Survey Attitude Scale (SAS): Are Measurements Comparable Among Different Samples of Students from German Higher Education Institutions?

Fiedler, I., Schwabe, U., Sudheimer, S., Kastirke, N., & Fehring, G. (2019, März).
Survey Attitude Scale (SAS): Are Measurements Comparable Among Different Samples of Students from German Higher Education Institutions? Poster präsentiert auf der 21. General Online Research Conference (GOR19), Köln.
Abstract

Besides others, general attitudes towards surveys are part of respondent's motivation for survey participation. There is empirical evidence that these attitudes do predict participant's willingness to perform supportively during (online) surveys (de Leeuw et al. 2017; Jungermann/Stocké 2017; Stocké 2006). Hence, the Survey Attitude Scale (SAS) as proposed by de Leeuw et al. (2010) differentiates between three dimensions: (i) survey enjoyment, (ii) survey value, and (iii) survey burden. Referring to de Leeuw et al. 2017, we investigate into the question whether the SAS measurements can be compared across different online survey samples of students from German Higher Education Institutions (HEI).