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Mapping the Terrain Data Repository

``Mapping the Terrain`` Study Data - 2018-2019

The annual report 2018-2019 provides an analysis and a discussion of the results of the “Mapping the Terrain” study which included over 25,000 participants from fifteen countries. It explored how secondary school and university students, parents, teachers, and administrators view values such as empathy, forgiveness, moral reasoning, and community-mindedness. The report was presented on November 19, 2019 at the American University in partnership with the School of Education’s International Training and Education Program (ITEP). This report and others after will generate a discussion on the implications for advancing education in Muslim societies.

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This site provides scholars, authors, and researchers with access to collected data sets and accompanying documents.  The data set is open and free to the public. All requests from publishers and or authors to use materials published by the IIIT empirical research division (that accompany the data sets) must be submitted in writing to aemsresearch@iiit.org.

Once permission is granted in writing from the IIIT empirical research division for a specific use, it must be acknowledged that permission was expressly granted by the IIIT, United States Office in Herndon, Virginia  and “Mapping the Terrain” study’s writing team(s) must be cited as the original source and copyright holder, along with the title and year of publication followed by the words “Reprinted with permission.”

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Mapping the Terrain Report 2018-2019

AEMS 2018-2019 – Data file – 2020.01.03.sav

AEMS 2018-2019 – Data file – 2020.01.03.csv

AEMS 2018-2019 – Technical manual

AEMS 2018-2019 – Survey – University student

AEMS 2018-2019 – Survey – Teacher

AEMS 2018-2019 – Survey – School student

AEMS 2018-2019 – Survey – Parent

AEMS 2018-2019 – Survey – Administrator

AEMS 2018-2019 – Codebook

AEMS 2018-2019 data is also available at the following repositories.

  1. Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR)
  2. Harvard Dataverse