TITLE

Participação associativa dos investigadores científicos em Portugal

AUTHOR(S)
Junqueira, Luís; Delicado, Ana; Rego, Raquel; Conceição, Cristina Palma
PUB. DATE
January 2014
SOURCE
Sociologia (08723419);jan-jun2014, Vol. 27, p67
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Association membership in Portugal is generally low, despite the high number of associations. This article examines the practices and motivations for belonging to associations in a particular group, researchers. Based on a questionnaire survey on their participation in national and international or foreign scientific associations, issues such as memberships, motivations profiles and engagement in the associations' life are explored. Variations by sociodemographic characteristics are also analysed.
ACCESSION #
97115760

 

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