By Manfred Niessen
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The varying methods applied in the studies have, of course, their strengths and weaknesses. Desk-research rates rather low in comparability, when data with various qualities from many sources have to be used. The experiences of Mitter (1976) and Adamski and Hayrynen (1978) for instance are self-evident. Moreover, also the use of existing census data or selected statistics from various official sources (such as OECD, UNESCO, EEC) cannot be easily compared as was shown by Colton (1979) and by the contradictions noted by Peschar (1978, pp.
In general, in view of the samples it is clear that one has to be careful to present generalisations in terms of 20 similarities and differences between countries. Scheuch (1968) stresses the necessity to take into account not only the representativeness but also the scope of the samples which have to be defined according to theoretical aspects. The already mentioned debate between Treiman (1977b) and Burawoy (1977) demonstrates the importance of explicitly considering this aspect. 4. Conclusions As we pointed out in the Introduction, there are several reasons why to undertake comparative empirical research on education.
Rather, descriptions of various aspects are given for each country separately, whereby the respective relationships between the countries remain unclear. Moreover, because of the unsystematic information base, the described and discussed aspects are not identical for all countries: we have different parts of the picture per country. The role of the secondary school in the socialisation of girls, especially its contribution to inequality of educational chances, is also the topic of the study by Thomas and Albrecht-Heide (1978) which has been undertaken for the Commission of the European Community (EEC) to compare its member states.
Comparative Research on Education. Overview, Strategy and Applications in Eastern and Western Europe by Manfred Niessen