HU OSA 300-6-2 East Europe Area and Opinion Research

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Reference code
HU OSA 300-6-2
Title
East Europe Area and Opinion Research
Date(s)
1962 - 1990
Description level
Series
Extent and medium (processed)
8 Archival box, 1.0 linear meters

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Scope and Content (Abstract)
The series contain statistical analyses of Radio Free Europe’s effectiveness in the target countries (Romania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Poland, and Hungary). They represent the result of multi-level questionnaires given to the refugees or visitors coming from the above countries by RFE researchers in collaboration with independent Western polling institutes. The reports are issued periodically and they include data about listening habits and preferences, listeners’ profiles, evolution and distribution of the mail inflow. Perceptions as well as subjective evaluations of RFE’s broadcasts are presented within different comparative frameworks, either locating RFE’s listernership among other Western radio stations or other type of media, or analyzing RFE’s appeal on an internal departmental basis. Although conducted under precarious circumstances, the sociological surveys have a considerable degree of relevance because of the method of Comparative and Continuous Sampling, originally developed in the 1970s by Henry O. Hart, Director of Radio Free Europe’s Audience and Public Opinion Research Department. (The computerized data were carefully analyzed for internal consistency between sampling points before being accepted for use in analysis. Chi-square tests were applied to sub-sets of the data being gathered in different areas, and if results did not show statistical consistency, the data would not be used in the analysis.) Thus, they offer not just situational empirical data, but information regarding listening trends and patterns. Of special interest might be the cross-surveys about the different audiences’ knowledge about the developments in the neighboring countries and on the international scene (the Sino-Soviet conflict, the invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968, the Solidarity movement in Poland) and the comments accounting for the unintended consequences in listening behavior.
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Languages
English
Call Number Description
Archival boxes #1
300-6-2:1/1
Public Opinion Poll Conducted in County Győr, Hungary [Reliability of Audience Research Surveys], 1962-07
300-6-2:1/2
The Impact and Effect of Regime Press and Radio Attacks Against RFE on Polish Respondents, 1962-09
300-6-2:1/3
Illustrations of Radio Free Europe's Effectiveness, 1962-10
300-6-2:1/4
The Radio Listening Habits of 487 Respondents from Romania, 1962-10
300-6-2:1/5
A Brief Report on the Fifth World Congress of Sociology with Special Emphasis on the Contributions of Sociologists from Poland, 1962-12
300-6-2:1/6
Listening Patterns and Attitudes Towards Western Radio Stations of 150 Hungarian Respondents (Forth Report), 1962-12
300-6-2:1/7
Some Key Attitudes of a Sample of Hungarian Respondents, 1963-01
300-6-2:1/8
An Interview with a Professor of Sociology from Poland, 1963-01
300-6-2:1/9
Effects of Television on Listening to Western Broadcasters in the Target Area A Preliminary Report, 1963-01
300-6-2:1/10
An Analysis of Witold Jarosinski's Speech before the Congress of Polish Students in the light of Relevant audience Research Findings, 1963-02
300-6-2:1/11
Listening Parterns of Hungarian and Romanian Refugees Living in the Paris Area Executive Report, 1963-03
300-6-2:1/12
The Element of "Personal Risk" Involved in Listening to RFE in Czechoslovakia as Against that in Hungary and Poland [An Illustrative Report], 1963-03
300-6-2:1/13
Sunday Listening Patterns of 477 Polish and 214 Hungarian Respondents, 1963-03
300-6-2:1/14
The Sino-Soviet Conflict in the Light of Audience Research Findings, 1963-05
300-6-2:1/15
The Image of RFE, VOA, and BBC as Seen by a Group of Polish Respondents, 1963-05
300-6-2:1/16
The Reliability and Influence of the major Western Broadcasters as Seen by a Group of Polish Respondents, 1963-06
300-6-2:1/17
The Future and Communism in Bulgaria (A Study Based on a Survey of 130 Bulgarian Refugees and Visitors to the West), 1963-06
300-6-2:1/18
Listening Patterns and Related Attitudes of Bulgarian Listeners to Western Broadcasts, 1963-08
300-6-2:1/19
Radio Listening Habits of 1.143 Hungarians with Special Emphasis on the Listening Patterns of Industrial Workers and Farmers, 1963-08
300-6-2:1/20
The Radio Listening Habits of 343 Respondents from Romania [Second Report], 1963-09
300-6-2:1/21
The Factor of Regularity in Listening Patterns [A Study Based on Interviews with 1302 Poles], 1963-09
300-6-2:1/22
Young Romanians View RFE Programs [A Survey of 115 Romanians under 36 Years of Age], 1963-11
300-6-2:1/23
The Effects of Regular Exposure to Television on Radio Listening Habits and Program Preferences of 794 Polish Respondents, 1963-12
300-6-2:1/24
Charts and Tables of Listening Times to RFE, 1963-12
300-6-2:1/25
Trends in Romanian Listening Patterns, 1964-02
300-6-2:1/26
Hungarian Listening Patterns Prior to the Cessation of Jamming, 1964-04
300-6-2:1/27
The Crucial Events of the Post-War Era as Seen from Hungary, 1964-04
300-6-2:1/28
Romanian Listening Patterns Report II, 1964-06
300-6-2:1/29
Radio Listening Patterns and Program Preferences of Polish Listeners to RFE, 1964-08
300-6-2:1/30
Hungarian Listening Patterns Since the Cessation of Jamming [A Preliminary Report], 1964-09
300-6-2:1/31
The Audience of Western Broadcasters in Czechoslovakia (Limited Distribution), 1964-09
300-6-2:1/32
The Sino-Soviet Conflict [as seen by 4093 respondents from Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland and Rumania], 1964-10
300-6-2:1/33
The Desired Type of Hungarian Government [A Study of Political Hopes of 312 Respondents], 1964-10
300-6-2:1/34
RFE's Part in the Erosion of Communist Unity [In the Light of Audience Research Findings], 1964-11
300-6-2:1/35
Attitudes of Hungarian Respondents Concerning Personal Security in Different Soviet Bloc Countries, 1964-12
300-6-2:1/36
Bulgarian Listening Patterns 1963/1964, 1964-12
300-6-2:1/37
Hungarian Attitudes Towards Other Nations, 1964-12
300-6-2:1/38
Acceptance and Rejection of Communism in the Target Area, 1965-03
300-6-2:1/39
The Audience of Western Broadcasters in Czechoslovakia II, 1965-03
300-6-2:1/40
Anti-German Sentiments in Poland, 1965-05
300-6-2:1/41
The Race Issue in the United States as Seen from Poland and Hungary, 1965-06
300-6-2:1/42
America or Russia? [3200 East European Respondents select the Most Influential Country in the World], 1965-06
300-6-2:1/43
Hungarian Listening Patterns 1964-1965, 1965-08
300-6-2:1/44
Audience Mail January 1 - June 30, 1965 [Digest], 1965-09
300-6-2:1/45
Hungary Audience Mail in September and October 1965, 1965-11
300-6-2:1/46
Poland Audience Mail in October 1965, 1965-11
300-6-2:1/47
The Image of National Economic Independence [An Attitude Survey of 3,000 Est Europeans], 1965-12
300-6-2:1/48
Listening to Western Radio in Poland, 1965-12
300-6-2:1/49
Polish Press Survey No. 1952, 1965-12
Archival boxes #2
300-6-2:2/50
The Attitudes of Czechoslovak, Hungarian and Polish Respondents Towards Cooperation with the Government, 1966-01
300-6-2:2/51
Comparison of the Best Liked Programs of RFE and Radio Warsaw, 1966-01
300-6-2:2/52
Review of an Audience Survey Conducted Inside Poland in the Light of Audience Research Findings, 1966-02
300-6-2:2/53
Rumania: Audience Mail, 1 July - December 1965, 1966-02
300-6-2:2/54
Czechoslovakia: Audience Mail, 1 July - 31 December, 1966-02
300-6-2:2/55
Hungary: Audience Mail, 1 July - 31 December 1965, 1966-02
300-6-2:2/56
The Attitudes of Young Czechoslovaks Regarding War and Peace, 1966-02
300-6-2:2/57
The Program Preferences of Polish Listeners to RFE [Technical Report], 1966-02
300-6-2:2/58
Poland: Audience Mail, 1 July - 31 December 1965, 1966-03
300-6-2:2/59
Polish Respondents View the Allocation of National Resources, 1966-04
300-6-2:2/60
Audience Mail in 1965, 1966-04
300-6-2:2/61
Hungary: Audience Mail 1 January - 31 March 1966, 1966-05
300-6-2:2/62
Czechoslovakia: Audience Mail 1 January - 31 March 1966, 1966-05
300-6-2:2/63
Poland: Audience Mail 1 January - 31 March 1966, 1966-05
300-6-2:2/64
Pilot Survey on the Polish Bishop's Letter, 1966-05
300-6-2:2/65
Listening to Western Stations in Czechoslovakia III, 1966-06
300-6-2:2/66
Listeners' Attitudes to RFE's Use of Communist Terminology [A Pilot Study in Semantics], 1966-06
300-6-2:2/67
Trends in Romanian Attitudes to the Sino-Soviet Conflicts, 1966-06
300-6-2:2/68
Audience Research in Bulgaria, 1966-07
300-6-2:2/69
Bulgarian Listening Patterns 1964/1966, 1966-08
300-6-2:2/70
Hungarian Listening Patterns 1965/1966, 1966-08
300-6-2:2/71
Hungarians and the Mass Communication Media [A Study in Exposure], 1966-08
300-6-2:2/72
Differences Between Young People and the Older Generations in Romania [as perceived by 1203 Rumanian respondents], 1966-09
300-6-2:2/73
What is the Most Important Problem Facing Your Country Today? [A Comparative Survey of 3,498 Hungarian, Polish and Czechoslovak Respondents], 1967-01
300-6-2:2/74
The Self-Image of Czechoslovaks and their Image of Other Nations, 1967-02
300-6-2:2/75
Listening to Western Radio Stations in Czechoslovakia, 1967-02
300-6-2:2/76
The Image of RFE in Czechoslovakia, 1967-02
300-6-2:2/77
Mass Media Exposure in Czechoslovakia, 1967-02
300-6-2:2/78
Certain Key Attitudes and Economic Concerns in Czechoslovakia, 1967-02
300-6-2:2/79
Recent Changes in Economic and Political Conditions in Hungary and Poland [A Preliminary Report], 1967-04
300-6-2:2/80
The Desired Type of Hungarian Government ll., 1967-04
300-6-2:2/81
Listening to Western Radio in Hungary 1966/1967, 1967-07
300-6-2:2/82
East European Attitudes to the Vietnam Conflict [A Study in Radio Effectiveness], 1967-07
300-6-2:2/83
The Image of RFE in Hungary, 1967-07
300-6-2:2/84
The Arab-Israeli Conflict and Public Opinion in Eastern Europe, 1967-07
300-6-2:2/85
Radio Free Europe and its Audience [A Survey Based on Systematic Polling Conducted Between 1965 and 1967], 1967-08
300-6-2:2/86
Audience Mail in 1966, 1967-08
300-6-2:2/87
The Image of RFE in Poland, 1967-08
300-6-2:2/88
Central Europeans Look at RFE's Sponsorship, 1967-09
300-6-2:2/89
Quotes from Audience Mail January - June 1967, 1967-09
300-6-2:2/90
Audience Mail in Terms of Censorship and Seasonal Patter August 1966 - April 1967, 1967-09
300-6-2:2/91
Listening to Western Radio in Bulgaria, 1967-09
300-6-2:2/92
Central Europeans Look at RFE's Sponsorship, 1967-09
300-6-2:2/93
Listening to RFE on Short Wave and Medium Wave in Poland and Czechoslovakia [A Technical report], 1967-11
300-6-2:2/94
The Most Popular Western Stations in Poland, Hungary and Czechoslovakia, 1967-11
300-6-2:2/95
Who was the most Influenced East European Youth? (A Study Based on 2,597 interviews), 1967-12
300-6-2:2/96
Growth of Radio Television in East Central Europe [1960 - 1967], 1967-12
Archival boxes #3
300-6-2:3/97
Czech-Slovak Relations [A Preliminary Report], 1968-01
300-6-2:3/98
Attitudes of Czech and Slovak Listeners to RFE's European and American Coverage, 1968-01
300-6-2:3/99
Attitudes of Polish Listeners to RFE's European and American Coverage, 1968-01
300-6-2:3/100
The Impact of Industrialization on the Family Structure in Austria, Czechoslovakia and Hungary, 1968-02
300-6-2:3/101
Polish Radio Listening and Television Viewing Habits as Revealed by RFE Findings and the Findings of the Polish Radio Research Center, 1968-02
300-6-2:3/102
The Mail Flow and Changing Addresses [A Study of the Polish Broadcasting Department], 1968-02
300-6-2:3/103
Romanian Listening Patterns 1967, 1968-03
300-6-2:3/104
What Support is there for the Communist Party in Poland and Czechoslovakia?, 1968-03
300-6-2:3/105
Attitudes of RFE"s Hungarian Listeners to RFE's European and American Coverage, 1968-03
300-6-2:3/106
Audience Mail in 1967, 1968-03
300-6-2:3/107
Some Indices of Hungarian Attitudes to France, 1968-03
300-6-2:3/108
Identification with North or South Vietnam in Eastern Europe, 1968-04
300-6-2:3/109
RFE's Audience in Czechoslovakia [1963-1968], 1968-04
300-6-2:3/110
RFE Findings Compared with Those Obtained Inside Czechoslovakia, 1968-04
300-6-2:3/111
Interest of Poles in the Smaller East European Countries [A Study in Cross-Reporting], 1968-05
300-6-2:3/112
The New Economic Mechanism in Hungary - Promise or Threat?, 1968-05
300-6-2:3/113
Interest in Western European Countries Among Bulgarians, Czechs and Slovaks, Poles and Rumanians, 1968-06
300-6-2:3/114
Interest of Hungarians in the Smaller East European Countries [A Study in Cross-Reporting], 1968-06
300-6-2:3/115
Attitudes Toward the Reforms and RFE in Czechoslovakia [A Preliminary Study], 1968-07
300-6-2:3/116
Interest of Czechs and Slovaks in the Smaller East European Countries [A Study in Cross-Reporting], 1968-07
300-6-2:3/117
Popular Support of Dubcek and the Action Program in Czechoslovakia, 1968-08
300-6-2:3/118
Audience Mail Flow January 1 - June 30, 1968, 1968-09
300-6-2:3/119
RFE's Audience in Czechoslovakia After the Invasion [A Preliminary Report], 1968-09
300-6-2:3/120
Program Preferences of 155 Romanian RFE Listeners, 1968-09
300-6-2:3/121
The Height of Dubcek's Popularity, 1968-09
300-6-2:3/122
The Program Preferences of RFE's Polish Listeners [A Technical Report], 1968-10
300-6-2:3/123
Radio Free Europe's Listenership Trends 1962-1968, 1968-10
300-6-2:3/124
Listening to Western Radio in Poland, 1968-10
300-6-2:3/125
Listening to Western Radio in Hungary 1967/1968, 1968-11
300-6-2:3/126
Quotes from Audience Mail October 1968, 1968-11
300-6-2:3/127
The Crisis of Confidence Among Czechs and Slovaks, 1968-12
300-6-2:3/128
The Program Preferences of RFE's Hungarian Listeners [A Technical Report], 1968-12
300-6-2:3/129
Listening to Western Broadcasts in Czechoslovakia Before and After the Invasion, 1969-01
300-6-2:3/130
Attitudes to Interracial Marriage in Hungary and Poland, 1969-01
300-6-2:3/131
Quotes from Questionnaires November and December 1968, 1969-02
300-6-2:3/132
Party Preferences in Hypothetical Free Elections in Poland, Hungary and Czechoslovakia, 1969-03
300-6-2:3/133
Audience Mail in 1968, 1969-03
300-6-2:3/134
Quotes from Audience Mail January and February 1969, 1969-03
300-6-2:3/135
Romanian Listening Patterns 1968/69, 1969-03
300-6-2:3/136
Listening to RFE Programs in Czechoslovakia Before and After August 21st, 1969-04
300-6-2:3/137
Listening to Western Radio in Hungary in 1968, 1969-04
300-6-2:3/138
Listening to Western radio in Poland 1968, 1969-04
300-6-2:3/139
Job-Satisfaction and Career Aspirations in "People's" Poland (Includes comparable Danish, Austrian and West German survey results), 1969-05
300-6-2:3/140
Some Preliminary Results from Czechoslovakia, 1969-05
300-6-2:3/141
Interest of Poles in Other East European Countries [A Trend Study in Cross-Reporting], 1969-06
300-6-2:3/142
Future Radio Free Europe Listenership Trends in the Light of Past Findings [1964-1972], 1969-07
300-6-2:3/143
Audience Mail: January - June 1969 The Effect of New Addresses, 1969-08
300-6-2:3/144
Program Preferences of a Preliminary Sample of Rumanian RFE Listeners, 1969-09
300-6-2:3/145
Hungarian Assess Their Personal Living Standards (A Study in Validation), 1969-10
300-6-2:3/146
Interest of Romanians in other East European Countries , 1969-10
300-6-2:3/147
Interest of Hungarians in Other East European Countries [A Trend Study in Cross-Reporting], 1969-10
300-6-2:3/148
Audience Mail July - October 1969, 1969-11
300-6-2:3/149
Listening to RFE in Czechoslovakia in 1969 [A Preliminary Report], 1969-12
300-6-2:3/150
Bulgarian Attitudes to: 1. RFE's European and American Coverage. 2. Todor Zhivkov. 3. Soviet Influence in Bulgaria, 1969-12
300-6-2:3/151
Czechoslovakia 1969: The Crisis of Confidence, 1969-12
Archival boxes #4
300-6-2:4/152
The Exposure to the Domestic Radio and television in Eastern Europe, 1971-09
300-6-2:4/153
RFE's Political Position as Seen and/or Desired by Czechoslovak, Hungarian and Polish Listeners , 1978-10
300-6-2:4/154
Youth Revolt and Socialist Values, 1978-11
300-6-2:4/155
RFE's Political Position as Seen and/or Desired by Bulgarian Listeners, 1978-11
300-6-2:4/156
East European Youth and Various Value Systems [An Attempt at an Overview in think piece form], 1978-12
300-6-2:4/157
The Program Preferences of RFE's Polish Listeners , 1979-01
300-6-2:4/158
The Program Preferences of RFE's Hungarian Listeners , 1979-01
300-6-2:4/159
The Program Preferences of RFE's Rumanian Listeners , 1979-02
300-6-2:4/160
The Program Preferences of RFE's Czech and Slovak Listeners , 1979-02
300-6-2:4/161
Jamming as a Factor in not Listening to RFE [Czechoslovakia, Poland, Bulgaria], 1979-03
300-6-2:4/162
The Program Preferences of RFE's Bulgarian Listeners, 1979-03
300-6-2:4/163
The Political Self-Assessment of Czechoslovak, Hungarian and Polish Respondents in Relation to West European Self-Assessments, Hypothetical Party Preferences, 1979-04
300-6-2:4/164
Church Attendance and the Publicly Perceived Political Role of the Catholic Church in Poland [An Attempt to Validate earlier findings], 1979-05
300-6-2:4/165
RFE Reception Conditions in East Europe, 1979-05
300-6-2:4/166
Three Measurement of east European Attitudes to the Helsinki Conference 1973-1978, 1979-07
300-6-2:4/167
Listening to Western Radio in East Europe, 1979-08
300-6-2:4/168
Exposure to and Evaluation of radio Free Europe's Coverage of Human Rights Initiatives in East Europe, 1979-08
300-6-2:4/169
Time for Leisure and Time for Listening to the Radio in Poland, 1979-08
300-6-2:4/170
Time for Leisure and Time for Listening to the Radio in Hungary, 1979-09
300-6-2:4/171
The Differential Impact of News as Broadcast by Communist Radio Stations and by Radio Free Europe [An Overview of 10 Years of research Findings], 1979-09
300-6-2:4/172
The Age Factor in Respondents' Evaluations of their own and Radio Free Europe's Political Position, 1979-09
300-6-2:4/173
RFE Listening Patterns in Czechoslovakia, 1979-11
300-6-2:4/174
The Image of Radio Free Europe Among Listeners and Non-Listeners, 1979-11
300-6-2:4/175
RFE's Image Among Listeners and Non-Listeners from Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Bulgaria, 1979-11
300-6-2:4/176
Time for Leisure and Time for Listening to the Radio in Bulgaria, 1979-12
300-6-2:4/177
Communication and Social Welfare in East Europe, 1979-12
300-6-2:4/178
Time for Leisure and Time for Listening to the Radio in Czechoslovakia, 1979-12
300-6-2:4/179
Hungarian Listeners Assess the Completeness of RFE's Hungarian Coverage, 1980-01
300-6-2:4/180
RFE Listening Patterns in Bulgaria, 1980-01
300-6-2:4/181
RFE Listening Patterns in Hungary, 1980-01
300-6-2:4/182
RFE Listening Patterns in Romania , 1980-02
300-6-2:4/183
Time for Leisure and Time for Listening to the Radio in Romania, 1980-02
300-6-2:4/184
RFE Listening Patterns in Poland, 1980-03
300-6-2:4/185
Hungarian Listeners Exposure to and Evaluation of RFE Programs, 1980-03
300-6-2:4/186
Identification with the East and the West in the RFE Broadcasting Area, 1980-03
300-6-2:4/187
Bulgarian Listeners Exposure to Evaluation of RFE Programs, 1980-04
300-6-2:4/188
Romanian Listeners Exposure to Evaluation of RFE Programs, 1980-04
300-6-2:4/189
Polish Listeners Exposure to and Evaluation of RFE Programs, 1980-04
300-6-2:4/190
Czechoslovak Listeners Exposure to and Evaluation of RFE Programs, 1980-05
300-6-2:4/191
Assessment of the Information Value and the Radiophonic Rating of a Number of Western Radio Stations and the Domestic Radio, 1980-05
300-6-2:4/192
The "Secondary Audience" of RFE [Non-Listeners who Hear About RFE Broadcasts from Others], 1980-06
300-6-2:4/193
Programming Suggestions of 118 Regular RFE Listeners from Czechoslovakia, 1980-06
300-6-2:4/194
The Image of RFE, VOA, BBC and the Home Radio Among Czechs/Slovaks [A Non-Verbal Inquiry Based on the Image Apperception Test], 1980-07
300-6-2:4/195
The Flow of Information During the Polish Crisis of August to November 1980, 1980-08
300-6-2:4/196
The Image of RFE, VOA, BBC and the Home Radio Among Romanians [A Non-Verbal Inquiry Based on the Image Apperception Test], 1980-08
300-6-2:4/197
The Image of RFE, VOA, BBC and the Home Radio Among Hungarians [A Non-Verbal Inquiry Based on the Image Apperception Test], 1980-08
300-6-2:4/198
The Image of RFE, VOA, BBC and the Home Radio Among Bulgarians [A Non-Verbal Inquiry Based on the Image Apperception Test, 1980-09
300-6-2:4/199
RFE Programming Elements Polish Listeners Might Do Without, 1980-10
300-6-2:4/200
The "Inside Poland Poll" of Early November, 1980 [Partial Validation of Our "External" Findings], 1980-11
300-6-2:4/201
Western Radio Stations in Yermak Background Report 14-80, 1980-12
300-6-2:4/202
Political Information and Analysis from Soviet Defense Intellectuals, 1980-12
Archival boxes #5
300-6-2:5/203
Listening to Western Broadcasts During the Polish Events of August to November 1980, 1981-01
300-6-2:5/204
Listening to Western Radio in East Europe, 1979 to 1980, 1981-01
300-6-2:5/205
The Performance of Western and Domestic radio During the Polish Crisis [August-November 1980], 1981-03
300-6-2:5/206
The Overlap of Western Radio Audience in East Europe [1979-1980] A Technical Report, 1981-05
300-6-2:5/207
Public Opinion and Solidarity, 1981-06
300-6-2:5/208
The East European Echo of the Bombing of RFE/RL in Munich, 1981-07
300-6-2:5/209
Poles and Czechs/Slovaks Assess the Quality of the Domestic Media, 1981-07
300-6-2:5/210
The east European Echo of the Bombing of RFE/RL in Munich, 1981-07
300-6-2:5/211
Party Preferences in Hypothetical Free Elections in Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Poland, 1981-08
300-6-2:5/212
Listeners Evaluate RFE, BBC and Deutschland Funk/Deutsche Welle [A Comparative Image Study], 1981-09
300-6-2:5/213
Listeners Assess RFE's Influence on Themselves, on Public Opinion and on the Government of their Country [Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland], 1981-10
300-6-2:5/214
Program Preferences of RFE's Female Audience in Eastern Europe, 1981-10
300-6-2:5/215
East European Opinion on the Sino-Soviet Conflict in 1979/80, 1981-11
300-6-2:5/216
Trends in Hypothetical Party Preferences among Respondents from Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Poland, 1981-11
300-6-2:5/217
Eastern Socialism - Western Democracy and the Functioning of the Two Systems [Czechoslovak, Hungarian and Polish Results], 1981-11
300-6-2:5/218
Comparison of Internal Hungarian and External Research Findings on: a. Religious Orientation/Practice b. Decision-making in the Family, 1981-12
300-6-2:5/219
Polish Attitudes Towards Solidarity Prior to the Military Takeover, 1981-12
300-6-2:5/220
Czechoslovak, Hungarian and Polish Attitudes Towards a "Serious Conflict" Between the United States and the Soviet Union, 1981-12
300-6-2:5/221
Political Preferences of Poles Before the Military Takeover, 1981-12
300-6-2:5/222
Party Preferences of Romanian Respondents in Hypothetical Free Elections in Their Country, 1982-01
300-6-2:5/223
Czechoslovak, Hungarian and Polish Attitudes Towards the Communist Party Leader and Towards the President of the United States [Effectiveness and Validation], 1982-02
300-6-2:5/224
Perceptions of and Attitudes toward, Bias in RFE Broadcasts, 1982-03
300-6-2:5/225
Attitudes to the United States and the Soviet Union in West and east Europe [Validation and Effectiveness], 1982-03
300-6-2:5/226
Two Measurements of RFE's "Uniqueness" in the Eyes of Its Audience, 1982-06
300-6-2:5/227
Listening to Western Radio in East Europe 1981/Early 1982, 1982-06
300-6-2:5/228
The Program Preferences of Czech/Slovak RFE Listeners Related to Some Quantifiable Factors, 1982-07
300-6-2:5/229
The Program Preferences of Bulgarian RFE Listeners Related to Some Quantifiable Factors, 1982-07
300-6-2:5/230
Unbroken Support for Solidarity by the Polish Population [Internal Validation of RFE Results], 1982-07
300-6-2:5/231
The Program Preferences of Romanian RFE Listeners Related to Some Quantifiable Factors, 1982-07
300-6-2:5/232
The Program Preferences of Polish RFE Listeners Related to Some Quantifiable Factors, 1982-08
300-6-2:5/233
The Program Preferences of Hungarian RFE Listeners Related to Some Quantifiable Factors, 1982-09
300-6-2:5/234
RFE's Role as Perceived by Its Listeners in East Europe, 1982-09
300-6-2:5/235
Czechoslovak, Hungarian and Polish Listeners Assess RFE's Political Orientation, 1982-10
300-6-2:5/236
The RFE Listeners in Bulgaria Demographic Structure and Listening Frequency, 1982-12
300-6-2:5/237
The RFE Listeners in Romania Demographic Structure and Listening Frequency, 1982-12
300-6-2:5/238
The RFE Listeners in Poland Demographic Structure and Listening Frequency, 1982-12
300-6-2:5/239
The RFE Listeners in Hungary Demographic Structure and Listening Frequency, 1982-12
300-6-2:5/240
The RFE Listeners in Czechoslovakia Demographic Structure and Listening Frequency, 1982-12
300-6-2:5/241
East Europeans Assess the Official East Bloc Line on Peaceful Coexistence, 1982-12
300-6-2:5/242
Political Orientation and RFE Listenership Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, 1983-01
300-6-2:5/243
A Clear-Cut Instance of Manipulation of Internal Polish Opinion Research Results, 1983-02
300-6-2:5/244
Attitudes to Open Opposition by Dissidents in Pre-Martial-Law Poland, 1983-03
300-6-2:5/245
Romanian Attitudes Towards Acts of Open Opposition by Dissidents, 1983-03
300-6-2:5/246
Czech/Slovak Attitudes Toward Acts of Open Opposition by Dissidents, 1983-04
300-6-2:5/247
Czech/Slovak Listeners Discuss Four Aspects of RFE: What RFE Should Avoid, How RFE Could Gain More Listeners, How RFE Differs from Other Western Stations, What is Missing in the RFE Schedule, 1983-04
300-6-2:5/248
A Clear Case of Falsification and Manipulation of Internal Czechoslovak Poll Results, 1983-05
300-6-2:5/249
Hungarian Attitudes Toward Acts of Open Opposition by Dissidents, 1983-05
300-6-2:5/250
Highlights of East European Attitudes Toward Acts of Open Opposition by Dissidents [International Communications Aspects], 1983-06
300-6-2:5/251
Comparison of Internal Polish and RFE Audience and Opinion Research Findings on Attitudes to Martial Law, Listening to Western Broadcasts [Validation of Method], 1983-06
300-6-2:5/252
Hungarian Listeners Discuss Four Aspects of RFE: what RFE should Avoid , How RFE Could Gain More Listeners, How RFE Differs from Other Western Stations, What is Missing in RFE Schedule, 1983-07
Archival boxes #6
300-6-2:6/253
The "Age" of Radio Free Europe [Method Validation], 1983-08
300-6-2:6/254
Listening to Western Radio in East Europe 1982/Early 1983, 1983-09
300-6-2:6/255
Main Areas of RFE Listeners' Interest in the United States, 1983-10
300-6-2:6/256
The Tables Turned: If East Europeans Could Vote, 1983-11
300-6-2:6/257
Listeners Assess the Political Tenor of RFE Commentaries [Czechoslovak, Hungarian, Polish and Romanian Results], 1983-11
300-6-2:6/258
The RFE Listeners in Hungary: Demographic Structure and Listening Frequency, 1983-12
300-6-2:6/259
The RFE Listeners in Poland: Demographic Structure and Listening Frequency, 1983-12
300-6-2:6/260
The RFE Listeners in Romania: Demographic Structure and Listening Frequency, 1983-12
300-6-2:6/261
Attitude Toward Radio Free Europe in Belgium, France and Germany, 1984-01
300-6-2:6/262
The Confluence of Communications Flow in Closed Systems, 1984-01
300-6-2:6/263
Exposure and Attitudes to RFE's Coverage of the Hungarian Dissident Movement, 1984-02
300-6-2:6/264
East European Perceptions of Propaganda in Western Broadcasts, 1984-02
300-6-2:6/265
East European Views About the Appropriate us Reaction to the Polish Crisis (Polish, Czechoslovak, Hungarian and Romanian Results), 1984-03
300-6-2:6/266
Polish Attitudes to Martial Law (A Study in Effectiveness), 1984-03
300-6-2:6/267
The East European Echo of the Downing of the South Korean Airliner [Communications Aspects of, and Personal Reactions to, the Event], 1984-04
300-6-2:6/268
Unity or Diversity in the Reactions of the Western Alliance to the Polish Crisis? [Polish, Czechoslovak, Hungarian and Romanian Views on whether the European Community should take the same measures as the United States], 1984-05
300-6-2:6/269
A Study in Western Radio Effectiveness Romanian, Czechoslovak and Hungarian Attitudes to Martial Law in Poland, 1984-06
300-6-2:6/270
Listening to Western Radio in Bulgaria, 1984-07
300-6-2:6/271
Listening to Western Radio in Slovakia, 1984-07
300-6-2:6/272
Listening to Western radio in Hungary, 1984-07
300-6-2:6/273
Listening to Western Radio in Poland, 1984-07
300-6-2:6/274
Listening to Western Radio in Romania, 1984-07
300-6-2:6/275
Program Preferences of RFE's Hungarian Listeners, 1984-08
300-6-2:6/276
Program Preferences of RFE's Romanian Listeners, 1984-08
300-6-2:6/277
Listening to Western Radio in East Europe 1983/Early 1984, 1984-09
300-6-2:6/278
Program Preferences of RFE's Polish Listeners, 1984-10
300-6-2:6/279
Program Preferences of RFE's Bulgarian Listeners, 1984-10
300-6-2:6/280
The Desired RFE Stand Toward the East European Regimes, 1984-11
300-6-2:6/281
Who Bears Responsibility for World Tensions? [East European, West European and US Results Compared], 1984-12
300-6-2:6/282
East European Perceptions of Change and Its Direction [Life Conditions Today as Against Twenty Years Ago], 1984-12
300-6-2:6/283
Czechoslovak, Hungarian and Polish Attitudes Toward a "Serious Conflict" Between the Soviet Union and the United States, 1985-01
300-6-2:6/284
Czechoslovak Listeners Judge Four Aspects of Radio Free Europe: Reliability, Sense of Responsibility, Programming Techniques, Tenor, 1985-02
300-6-2:6/285
RFE Polish Service: Listeners Assess radio Free Europe, 1985-02
300-6-2:6/286
Czechoslovak Listeners "Grade" RFE, VOA, Radio Luxembourg and the Regime Radio, 1985-03
300-6-2:6/287
Romanian Attitudes Toward a "Serious Conflict" Between the United States and the Soviet Union, 1985-04
300-6-2:6/288
Romanian Listeners "Grade" RFE, VOA, Radio Luxemburg and the Regime Radio, 1985-04
300-6-2:6/289
RFE's Tasks as Perceived by Its Listeners [Czechoslovak, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian and Bulgarian Results], 1985-05
300-6-2:6/290
RFE Romanian Service: Listeners Assess radio Free Europe, 1985-06
300-6-2:6/291
RFE Hungarian Service: Listeners Assess Radio Free Europe, 1985-06
300-6-2:6/292
Bulgarian Listeners Assess radio Free Europe: Reliability, Responsibility, Programming Techniques, Tenor, 1985-06
300-6-2:6/293
Listening to Western Radio in East Europe 1984/Early 1985, 1985-07
300-6-2:6/294
Polish Listeners "Grade" RFE, VOA, Radio Luxembourg and the Regime Radio, 1985-07
300-6-2:6/295
Religious Beliefs and Practices in East Europe, 1985-08
300-6-2:6/296
Listening to Regime Radio in Czechoslovakia, 1985-09
300-6-2:6/297
Czechoslovak, Hungarian and Polish Expectations Concerning Domestic Developments, 1985-10
300-6-2:6/298
Program Preferences of RFE's Romanian Listeners, 1985-11
300-6-2:6/299
Romanian Expectations Concerning Developments, 1985-12
Archival boxes #7
300-6-2:7/300
Program Preferences of RFE's Polish Listeners, 1986-03
300-6-2:7/301
RFE Listening Times in Poland, 1986-03
300-6-2:7/302
Listening to Western Radio in East Europe 1985/Early 1986, 1986-04
300-6-2:7/303
The Political Self-Assessment of Polish Respondents in Terms of List-Right Continuum, 1986-04
300-6-2:7/304
Reasons for not Listening to Radio Free Europe in Czechoslovakia, 1986-05
300-6-2:7/305
Program Preferences of RFE's Hungarian Listeners, 1986-05
300-6-2:7/306
Executive Summary Second Quarter 1986, 1986-06
300-6-2:7/307
Program Preferences of RFE's Czechoslovak Listeners, 1986-06
300-6-2:7/308
The Political Self-Assessment of Hungarian Respondents in Terms of A Left-Right Continuum, 1986-06
300-6-2:7/309
The Political Self-Assessment of Romanian Respondents in Terms of A Left-Right Continuum, 1986-07
300-6-2:7/310
The Political Self-Assessment of Czechoslovak Respondents in Terms of A Left-Right Continuum, 1986-07
300-6-2:7/311
The Political Self-Assessment of Bulgarian Respondents in Terms of A Left-Right Continuum, 1986-08
300-6-2:7/312
Reasons for not Listening to Radio Free Europe in Poland, 1986-10
300-6-2:7/313
Reasons for not Listening to Radio Free Europe in Romania, 1986-10
300-6-2:7/314
Reasons for not Listening to Radio Free Europe in Hungary, 1986-10
300-6-2:7/315
The Political Self-Assessment of East European Respondents in Terms of a Left-Right Continuum, 1986-12
300-6-2:7/316
East European and Chernobyl Events: Awareness, Primary Sources of Information and Attitudes towards Soviet and Home Media Handling of Information, 1986-12
300-6-2:7/317
RFE Turning in Success Rates in Poland, 1986-12
300-6-2:7/318
Executive Summary Third Quarter 1986, 1986-12
300-6-2:7/319
Support for the Communist Party and Political and Religious Self-Assessment in Czechoslovakia: A Validation Study, 1987-02
300-6-2:7/320
RFE Turning in Success Rates in Czechoslovakia, 1987-03
300-6-2:7/321
RFE's Political Position as Perceived and Desired by Czechoslovak Listeners, 1987-03
300-6-2:7/322
Political Legitimacy in Eastern Europe - a Comparative Study, 1987-03
300-6-2:7/323
RFE Tuning in Success Rates in Romania, 1987-04
300-6-2:7/324
RFE Tuning in Success Rates in Hungary, 1987-04
300-6-2:7/325
RFE's Influences on Individual and Public Opinion in Czechoslovakia, 1987-04
300-6-2:7/326
RFE's Political Position as Perceived and Desired by Hungarian Listeners, 1987-05
300-6-2:7/327
RFE's Political Position as Perceived and Desired by Bulgarian Listeners, 1987-05
300-6-2:7/328
RFE's Political Position as Perceived and Desired by Polish Listeners, 1987-05
300-6-2:7/329
RFE's Political Position as Perceived and Desired by Romanian Listeners, 1987-05
300-6-2:7/330
Listening to Western Radio in East Europe, 1987-06
300-6-2:7/331
Program Preferences of RFE's Polish Listeners, 1987-07
300-6-2:7/332
Program Preferences of RFE's Romanian Listeners Survey Period June 1986 - February 1987, 1987-09
300-6-2:7/333
Romanian Interviewees Assess RFE's Reliability, Responsibility, Programming Technologies and Tone Survey Period: June 1986 - February 1987, 1987-10
300-6-2:7/334
Executive Summary Second Quarter 1987, 1987-10
300-6-2:7/335
RFE's Telephone Answering Service: Czechoslovakia Survey Period: June 1986 - February 1987, 1987-11
300-6-2:7/336
Program Preferences of RFE's Czechoslovak Listeners Survey Period: June 1986 - February 1987, 1987-11
300-6-2:7/337
RFE Telephone Answering Service: Hungary Survey Period: June 1986 - February 1987, 1987-11
300-6-2:7/338
Program Preferences of RFE's Hungarian Listeners Survey Period June 1986 - February 1987, 1987-12
300-6-2:7/339
Polish Interviewees Assess RFE's Reliability, responsibility, Programming Techniques and Tone Survey Period: June 1986 - February 1987, 1987-12
300-6-2:7/340
Executive Summary Fourth Quarter 1987, 1988-01
300-6-2:7/341
Hungarian Interviewees Assess RFE's Reliability, Responsibility, Programming Techniques and Tone Survey Period: June 1986 - February 1987, 1988-02
300-6-2:7/342
Executive Summary east European Audience and Opinion Research First Quarter 1988, 1988-05
300-6-2:7/343
RFE Polish Department's Rendezvous at 1610 A Focus Group Study among young Poles, February/March 1988, 1988-04
300-6-2:7/344
East European Perceptions of Gorbachev and the Soviet reforms Survey Period: November 1987 - April 1988, 1988-07
300-6-2:7/345
The Impact of the Cessation of Polish Jamming, 1st January 1988 Survey Period: march/April 1988, 1988-08
300-6-2:7/346
An Evaluation of the Romanian BD's Reliability, Responsibility, Programming Techniques and Tone Survey Period: June 1987 - April 1988, 1988-08
300-6-2:7/347
Leadership Succession in Eastern Europe: The View from Below Survey Period: June 1987 - April 1988, 1988-10
300-6-2:7/348
Listening to Western Radio in East Europe 1987, 1988-11
Archival boxes #8
300-6-2:8/349
The Issue of the Hungarian Minority in Transylvania, 1988-11
300-6-2:8/350
RFE Listening Times in East Europe 1987/88, 1989-01
300-6-2:8/351
Executive Summary East European Audience and Opinion Research Fourth Quarter 1988, 1988-02
300-6-2:8/352
Listening to Western Radio in East Europe - 1988 [Preliminary Report], 1989-04
300-6-2:8/353
Executive Summary East European Audience and Opinion Research First Quarter 1989, 1989-05
300-6-2:8/354
Listening to Western Radio in East Europe 1988, 1989-07
300-6-2:8/355
Listener Satisfaction with RFE, VOA, BBC and DW/DLF, 1989-07
300-6-2:8/356
The Impact of the Cessation of Jamming on Listening to RFE's Bulgarian BD Preliminary Report, 1989-08
300-6-2:8/357
The Impact of the Cessation of Jamming on Listening to RFE's Czechoslovak BD Preliminary Report, 1989-08
300-6-2:8/358
Executive Summary East European Audience and Opinion Research Second Quarter 1989, 1989-08
300-6-2:8/359
RFE Hungarian Broadcasting Department's Youth Program, 'Zene, Szo'. A Focus Group Study Among Young Hungarians September/October, 1988, 1989-08
300-6-2:8/360
The Impact of the Cessation of Jamming on Listening to RFE's Czechoslovak BD Preliminary Report, 1989-08
300-6-2:8/361
Young Hungarian Assess Western and Domestic Media's News Programming A Focus Group Study Among Young Hungarians September/October, 1988, 1989-08
300-6-2:8/362
EEAOR Visitor Survey, 1989 Extracts from Interviews, March - June 1989, 1989-09
300-6-2:8/363
Reception and Waveband Usage in Eastern Europe, 1988, 1989-10
300-6-2:8/364
The Romanian BD's Programming, 1988, 1989-11
300-6-2:8/365
The Polish BD's Programming, 1988, 1989-11
300-6-2:8/366
The Hungarian BD's Programming, 1988, 1989-11
300-6-2:8/367
The Bulgarian BD's Programming, 1988, 1989-11
300-6-2:8/368
The Czechoslovak BD's Programming, 1988, 1989-11
300-6-2:8/369
Hungarian Media Perceptions and the Role of RFE, 1989-12
300-6-2:8/370
Czechoslovak Radio`s Audience Research Findings, 1989-12
300-6-2:8/371
RFE Czechoslovak Broadcasting Department's Magazine Program, "Panorama" A Focus Group Study Among Czechoslovaks August 1989, 1989-12
300-6-2:8/372
EEAOR Visitor Survey, 1989 Extracts from Interviews, July - December 1989, 1990-04
300-6-2:8/373
Listener Satisfaction with RFE, VOA, BBC and DW/DLF, 1990-05