Ecological Fallacy and Ecological Inference
Both Seligson’s argumentation and Inglehart’s later response to his critic seems plausible, but the main issue where their thoughts differ is what kind of level of analysis is used.: macro-level vs. micro level and aggregation of data. Seligson with his critique has also brought back question: what does political culture mean and how can we measure it.
Furthermore, this week’s reading put forward the issue of individualistic vs. ecological (inference) or cross-level fallacy. Ecological fallacy is a common problem because it is easier to obtain aggregate data than data on individuals (therefore there are disadvantages of using Eurobarometer or World Value Survey etc.). …
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