All of the data files of these surveys were obtained from the Australian Social Science Data Archives (ASSDA) at the Australian National University: <http://assda.
What does SSDA stand for?
SSDA stands for Social Science Data Archives (Australian National University, now ASSDA)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of SSDA
We have 31 other meanings of SSDA in our Acronym Attic
- Systematic Sales Dialogue
- Systems Software Development
- Systems, Signals and Devices (International Conference)
- Sweetwater School District #1 (Rock Springs, WY)
- Saskatchewan Stock Dog Association (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada)
- Sector Skills Development Agency (Great Britain)
- Service Station Dealers Association
- Service Station Dealers of America
- Single-Stage Distributed Amplifier
- Small School Districts' Association (Sacramento, CA)
- Social Security Disability Act
- Social Service Departments Activity (UK)
- Solid-State Driver Amplifier
- Southland Sled Dog Association (Invercargill, New Zealand)
- Split Sole Dance Academy (India)
- Stack Sequential Decoding Algorithm
- Swedish Securities Dealers Association
- Synchronous Serial Data Adapter
- Service Station Dealers of America and Allied Trades (Lanham, MD)
- Structured Systems Analysis and Design Method
Samples in periodicals archive:
The data have been available from the Australian Social Science Data Archives since mid 2004, but the original researchers--together with a number of other colleagues--have now made the findings accessible to a broader audience by presenting them within the covers of Australian Social Attitudes: The First Report.
However, in 2003 a group of scholars centred at the Australian National University's Social Science Data Archives conducted a larger study of Australian attitudes to a range of social questions, drawing on a sample of over 4200 respondents (the AuSSA study).