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The Social Cohesion Survey forms part of the Scanlon Foundation Social Cohesion Research Program (SCRP) which commenced in 2007 under the direction of the Monash Institute for the Study of Global Movements (MISGM) and the Australian Multicultural Foundation (AMF). A key element of the SCRP was the conduct of the landmark Australian Social Cohesion Surveys in 2007, 2009, and then annually since 2010.

The aims of this survey are:
- to look at the Australian community’s attitudes towards various aspects of social cohesion;
- to assess changes in these attitudes over time.
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Feb 14, 2019
Markus, Andrew; Smith, Bruce, 2019, "Australian Social Cohesion Survey, 2017", doi:10.26193/PPZHMC, ADA Dataverse, V1
Scanlon Foundation national surveys provide a series of detailed surveys on social cohesion, immigration and population issues. The surveys provide a reference point to understand pattern and extent of change, of the views held within the mainstream and within minorities. This 20...
Dec 7, 2018
Smith, Bruce, 2018, "Australian Social Cohesion Survey, 2007", doi:10.26193/P2VUWC, ADA Dataverse, V1
The Social Cohesion Survey is a series of detailed surveys on social cohesion, immigration and population issues. A prime objective of the surveys is to further understanding of the social impact of Australia's increasingly diverse immigration program. The series of surveys forms...
Dec 7, 2018
Markus, Andrew; Smith, Bruce, 2018, "Australian Social Cohesion Survey, 2009", doi:10.26193/RURGZV, ADA Dataverse, V1
The Social Cohesion Survey is a series of detailed surveys on social cohesion, immigration and population issues. A prime objective of the surveys is to further understanding of the social impact of Australia's increasingly diverse immigration program. The series of surveys forms...
Dec 7, 2018
Markus, Andrew; Smith, Bruce, 2018, "Australian Social Cohesion Survey, 2010", doi:10.26193/TAANRK, ADA Dataverse, V1
The Social Cohesion Survey is a series of detailed surveys on social cohesion, immigration and population issues. A prime objective of the surveys is to further understanding of the social impact of Australia's increasingly diverse immigration program. The series of surveys forms...
Nov 26, 2018
Markus, Andrew; Smith, Bruce, 2018, "Australian Social Cohesion Survey 2011", doi:10.26193/PUIVYD, ADA Dataverse, V1
The Social Cohesion Survey forms part of the Scanlon Foundation Social Cohesion Research Program (SCRP) which commenced in 2007 under the direction of the Monash Institute for the Study of Global Movements (MISGM) and the Australian Multicultural Foundation (AMF). A key element o...
Jul 10, 2018
Markus, Andrew; Smith, Bruce, 2018, "Australian Social Cohesion Survey, 2016", doi:10.4225/87/FYRCUZ, ADA Dataverse, V1
The 2016 National Survey involved 1,500 adults (aged 18 years and over), stratified by State/Territory and capital city / non-capital city. This report discusses the methodology of the National survey only. A dual-frame sample methodology was used involving two separate sample fr...
Jul 10, 2018
Markus, Andrew; Smith, Bruce, 2018, "Australian Social Cohesion Survey, 2015", doi:10.4225/87/5K8KD7, ADA Dataverse, V1
The 2015 Social Cohesion Survey involved a National Survey of 1,501 adults (aged 18 years and over), stratified by State/Territory and capital city / non-capital city. A dual-frame sample methodology was used in 2015 involving two separate sample frames; one drawn from randomly g...
Jul 10, 2018
Markus, Andrew; Smith, Bruce, 2018, "Australian Social Cohesion Survey, 2014", doi:10.4225/87/1WAQES, ADA Dataverse, V1
The 2014 Social Cohesion Survey involved a National Survey of 1,526 adults (aged 18 years and over), stratified by State/Territory and capital city/non-capital city. This included a "boost" of 26 interviews with people aged 25 to 34 years to ensure a statistically reliable sample...
Jul 10, 2018
Markus, Andrew; Smith, Bruce, 2018, "Australian Social Cohesion Survey, 2013", doi:10.4225/87/0A2AYD, ADA Dataverse, V1
The 2013 National survey was the first Social Cohesion Survey using a dual-frame sample methodology comprising both randomly generated (RDD) landline telephone numbers and randomly generated mobile phone numbers. The survey randomly sampled 1,200 respondents, using a combination...
Jul 10, 2018
Markus, Andrew; Smith, Bruce, 2018, "Australian Social Cohesion Survey, 2012", doi:10.4225/87/VVSQGR, ADA Dataverse, V1
As in previous years, the 2012 survey used a geographically stratified random sampling approach. A minimum of 200 interviews was undertaken in each Australian state / territory (i.e. 1,600 interviews out of the overall total of 2,000). The remaining 400 interviews were allocated...
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