Mapping Mobility: Pathways, Institutions and Structural Effects of Youth Mobility. Descriptive Analysis Report

Navarrete Moreno, Lorenzo, et al., (2017) Mapping Mobility: Pathways, Institutions and Structural Effects of Youth Mobility. Descriptive Analysis Report 4.5. [online] Madrid: Ilustre Colegio Nacional de Doctores y Licenciados en Ciencias Polıticas y Sociologıa

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Lorenzo Navarrete

Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM)

Celia Díaz-Catalán

Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM); Colegio de Licenciados en Ciencias Políticas y Sociología

Laura Díaz Chorne

Ilustre Colegio Nacional de Doctores y Licenciados en Ciencias Políticas y Sociología; Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM)

Víctor Fernández Araiz

Independent

Javier Lorenzo-Rodriguez

Charles III University of Madrid

Elisabet Pallarés Cardona

Independent

Víctor Suárez-Lledó

Independent

Date Written: April 30, 2017

Abstract

The study of migrations has been traditionally challenging methodologically speaking. Several scholars have pointed out a gap between qualitative and quantitative methods, suggesting drawing from more than one paradigm of associated methodology". Building up on previous results from MOVE Work Package 2 Sampling and secondary analyses of macro data of youth mobility in Europe and the partner countries" and Work Package 3 qualitative interviews\Cases studies", the aim of the MOVE Survey (Work Package 4) was to obtain and analyse quantitative data from 6,350 (n=5,750 panel 600 snowball) European young people (GA No.649263).

Within Work Package 4 Online Survey and under the lead of Partner no.7 Ilustre Colegio Nacional de Doctores y Licenciados en Ciencias Políticas y Sociología, two datasets were obtained. The first one (MOVE-SD1-2017) was built via an online panel survey subcontracted on the basis of best value for money from GfK (Art.13 AMGA) after two open calls (published on the 4th of January and on the 11th of March 2016). The second one (MOVE-SD2-2017) was gathered through a snowball sampling self-selected online survey, distributed to a dataset of 5,485 contact points, aiming exclusively at young people (aged 18-29), who had enjoyed a mobility experience. The surveys were conducted to explore young people's mindsets, experiences and motivations regarding mobility, and barriers or reasons that make non-mobile young participants stay in their country.

This report briefly describes the methodology used for surveys, the panel and the snowball, for a better understanding of the results, including the composition of both samples. The next section shows the most important findings coming up, which highlights the descriptive data results presented in the following sections. Subsequently, the following sections present a selection of the most interesting outcomes of the survey, structured by the main topics of the project, segmented by a set of variables of interest. Finally, a list of tables, figures, and a set of annexes (the questionnaires of the panel and snowball) are also included.

Keywords: MOVE, mobility, Europe, Intra-European mobility, youth, transnationality, migration, social networks, agency, public opinion, survey, panel, snowball, dataset

Suggested Citation

Navarrete, Lorenzo and Díaz-Catalán, Celia and Díaz Chorne, Laura and Fernández Araiz, Víctor and Lorenzo-Rodriguez, Javier and Pallarés Cardona, Elisabet and Suárez-Lledó, Víctor, Mapping Mobility: Pathways, Institutions and Structural Effects of Youth Mobility. Descriptive Analysis Report (April 30, 2017). Navarrete Moreno, Lorenzo, et al., (2017) Mapping Mobility: Pathways, Institutions and Structural Effects of Youth Mobility. Descriptive Analysis Report 4.5. [online] Madrid: Ilustre Colegio Nacional de Doctores y Licenciados en Ciencias Polıticas y Sociologıa, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3082964

Lorenzo Navarrete

Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM) ( email )

Carretera de Humera s/n
Madrid, Madrid 28223
Spain

Celia Díaz-Catalán (Contact Author)

Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM) ( email )

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Spain

Colegio de Licenciados en Ciencias Políticas y Sociología ( email )

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Laura Díaz Chorne

Ilustre Colegio Nacional de Doctores y Licenciados en Ciencias Políticas y Sociología ( email )

Ferraz 100
Madrid, Madrid 28008
Spain

Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM) ( email )

Carretera de Humera s/n
Madrid, Madrid 28223
Spain

Javier Lorenzo-Rodriguez

Charles III University of Madrid ( email )

CL. de Madrid 126
Madrid, 28903
Spain

Víctor Suárez-Lledó

Independent ( email )

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