Volunteering Applications and methodology Applied Social Psychology


Giving in the Netherlands Panel Study (GINPS)



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Giving in the Netherlands Panel Study (GINPS)

  • A sample of individuals fills out surveys on the web every other year since 2002

Development of generalized social trust (‘most people can be trusted’)

Source: GINPS

Bekkers, R. (2012). ‘Trust and Volunteering: Selection or Causation? Evidence From a 4 Year Panel Study’. Political Behaviour, 34: 225-247, DOI 10.1007/s11109-011-9165-x (open access)


Volunteering effects on values


Trust

Altruistic values

Social responsibility

Constant

3.125

3.460

3.727

Random effects

***.096

***.203

***.147

Fixed effects

-.034

**.058

.035

Hausman test

***22.72

***96.62

***30.30

Estimates on effects of volunteering (m=40%) from random and fixed effects regression models. Source: GINPS, 2002-2006 (n=4,754; 2,783). Bekkers, R. (2007). ‘Values and Volunteering. A Longitudinal Study of Reciprocal Influences in the Giving in the Netherlands Panel Study’. Paper presented at the 36th Arnova conference, Atlanta, 2007.



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