KOSOVO YOUTH STUDY FORWARD LOOKING, GROUNDED IN TRADITION ( SURVEY 2012)

Short description:
This study aims to discover and set-forth the perceptions, aspirations, attitudes and expectations of the youth in Kosovo. It taps different life dimensions of this age group in order to provide a snapshot of the vision and world-view of a new generation. The research is comprised of two components: quantitative and qualitative. The quantitative component is a representative survey of Kosovo youth between the ages of 16-27 years old and consists of 1000 respondents selected at random through a carefully designed sampling methodology. A booster of 80 K-Serb youth was added in order to have a statistically significant subgroup for analysis. The booster sample was weighted when national level analysis was conducted; in this way the K-Serb youth would not be over-represented in national results. Instead, no weights were used when comparison by ethnicity was made; two sub-groups of size 900 respondents for young Kosovo Albanians and 130 respondents for young Kosovo Serbs were compared. Meanwhile, the qualitative component of the study aims to provide in-depth analysis on the youth issues explored.
Additional information:
Supported by:
  • Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Pristina Office
  • IDRA (Institute for Development, Research and Alternatives)
Year of publication:
2012
Country(ies) relevant for your entry:
Kosovo
Language:
English
Document:
Author:
  • Auron Pasha
  • Kreshnik Xhangolli
  • Jona Dundo
  • Besmir Gjokuta
  • Zana Tahiri
  • Odeta Lena