Eldad Davidov
Eldad Davidov
Professor of Sociology, University of Cologne, Germany, and University of Zurich, Switzerland
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Refining the theory of basic individual values.
SH Schwartz, J Cieciuch, M Vecchione, E Davidov, R Fischer, C Beierlein, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 103 (4), 663, 2012
16952012
Bringing values back in: the adequacy of the European Social Survey to measure values in 20 countries
E Davidov, P Schmidt, SH Schwartz
Public Opinion Quarterly 72 (3), 420-445, 2008
8272008
Changing attitudes toward immigration in Europe, 2002–2007: A dynamic group conflict theory approach
B Meuleman, E Davidov, J Billiet
Social science research 38 (2), 352-365, 2009
5042009
Measurement equivalence in cross-national research
E Davidov, B Meuleman, J Cieciuch, P Schmidt, J Billiet
Annual review of sociology 40, 2014
4342014
Basic personal values and the meaning of left‐right political orientations in 20 countries
Y Piurko, SH Schwartz, E Davidov
Political Psychology 32 (4), 537-561, 2011
3722011
Values and support for immigration: A cross-country comparison
E Davidov, B Meuleman, J Billiet, P Schmidt
European Sociological Review 24 (5), 583-599, 2008
3032008
The syndrome of group‐focused enmity: The interrelation of prejudices tested with multiple cross‐sectional and panel data
A Zick, C Wolf, B Küpper, E Davidov, P Schmidt, W Heitmeyer
Journal of Social issues 64 (2), 363-383, 2008
2792008
A cross-country and cross-time comparison of the human values measurements with the second round of the European Social Survey
E Davidov
Survey Research Methods 2 (1), 33-46, 2008
2662008
Measurement equivalence of nationalism and constructive patriotism in the ISSP: 34 countries in a comparative perspective
E Davidov
Political Analysis, 64-82, 2009
2332009
Die Messung von Werten mit dem “Portraits Value Questionnaire”
P Schmidt, S Bamberg, E Davidov, J Herrmann, SH Schwartz
Zeitschrift für Sozialpsychologie 38 (4), 261-275, 2007
1882007
An SEM approach to continuous time modeling of panel data: Relating authoritarianism and anomia.
MC Voelkle, JHL Oud, E Davidov, P Schmidt
Psychological methods 17 (2), 176, 2012
1842012
Cross-cultural analysis: Methods and applications
E Davidov, P Schmidt, J Billiet, B Meuleman
Routledge, 2018
1802018
Immigrant integration policies and perceived group threat: A multilevel study of 27 Western and Eastern European countries
E Schlueter, B Meuleman, E Davidov
Social science research 42 (3), 670-682, 2013
1612013
Contextual sources of perceived group threat: Negative immigration-related news reports, immigrant group size and their interaction, Spain 1996–2007
E Schlueter, E Davidov
European Sociological Review 29 (2), 179-191, 2013
1542013
Explaining attitudes towards immigration policies in European countries: The role of human values
E Davidov, B Meuleman
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 38 (5), 757-775, 2012
1372012
Using a multilevel structural equation modeling approach to explain cross-cultural measurement noninvariance
E Davidov, H Dülmer, E Schlüter, P Schmidt, B Meuleman
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 43 (4), 558-575, 2012
1282012
Testing for measurement invariance with latent class analysis
M Kankaraš, G Moors, JK Vermunt
Cross-cultural analysis: Methods and applications, 359-384, 2010
1252010
Testing the stability of an acquiescence style factor behind two interrelated substantive variables in a panel design
JB Billiet, E Davidov
Sociological Methods & Research 36 (4), 542-562, 2008
1242008
What does a nation owe non-citizens? National attachments, perception of threat and attitudes towards granting citizenship rights in a comparative perspective
R Raijman, E Davidov, P Schmidt, O Hochman
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 49 (2-3), 195-220, 2008
1242008
Can we rate public support for democracy in a comparable way? Cross-national equivalence of democratic attitudes in the World Value Survey
G Ariely, E Davidov
Social Indicators Research 104 (2), 271-286, 2011
1182011
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