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The Digital Social Science Core Facility (DIGSSCORE) is an infrastructure for advanced social science data collection and multi-disciplinary research. DIGSSCORE takes advantage of changes in technology and research methodology, to integrate and combine survey studies and labatory research through the Norwegian Citizen Panel and the Citizen Lab.

Info on data, citing and conditions of use can be found here.


Are you a student at UiB interested in writing your thesis using DIGSSCORE data? Read more here.

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The first results from the pilot project Coordinated Online Panels are published

The pilot project KODEM_DEMO utilized the new national infrastructure KODEM for research on Norwegian democracy and governance. The first results have now been published in a special issue of Norsk statsvitenskapelig tidsskrift (The Norwegian Journal for Political Science).

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Available positions at DIGSSCORE

We have the pleasure of announcing two positions as research assistant at DIGSSCORE.

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The Territorial Cleavage: Unique or Overlapping with other Economic and Cultural Divides?

This Territorial Cleavage-workshop will be held at the University of Bergen 31 May - 1 June. The workshop is jointly organized by the Universities of Bergen and Zurich, and will bring scholars together to explore how the places where people live and interact with one another affect democratic...

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The DIGSSCORE facility is used for many research publications. This bibliography includes publications based on data from the DIGSSCORE facility from 2014 onward.
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Proposals to the Norwegian Citizen Panel

The Norwegian Citizen Panel welcomes proposals from all fields of research, for survey experiments or survey items. Applications can be sent to the "new ideas"-grant.