Cultural Access and Participation survey

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A Cultural Access and Participation Survey or a CAP survey is a standardized survey to measure the access of people and households to various cultural forms, services and goods, and their consumption of market-oriented and participation in non-market oriented music goods, services and practices.

CEEMID uses Cultural Access and Participation surveys to understand concert and recorded music use habits, demography, devices and licensing. The Cultural Access and Participation Surveys have evolved from quantitative sociology and media research over more than 40 years on the basis of the ICET-model of cultural participation. They have been adopted in the Netherlands for digital cultural participation forms in the early 2000s and were endorsed by the ESSnet-Culture working group for use within the European Union.

Methodology[edit]

The methodological guidelines can be found in the report of the 'Task Force on Cultural Practices And Social Aspects Of Culture' in the ESSnet-Culture Technical Report[1] (in general: pp. 236-242, survey methodology and harmonization pp. 242-255, recommendations: pp. 273-274; including an extensive annex on pp. 397-417)

CEEMID CAP surveys[edit]

CEEMID was involved in the creation of the following surveys. CEEMID created software code to process and integrate into panel the follow surveys’ raw data by TNS-Kantar, Focus and Hendal.

  • Slovakia CAP 2020: the CAP survey is designed to measure the licensed and not licensed use of music and audiovisual works, and to estimate the consumer benefit of home copying and the value transfer to media platforms. The fieldwork is being postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Hungary CAP 2019: the CAP survey is designed to measure the licensed and not licensed use of music and audiovisual works, and to estimate the consumer benefit of home copying and the value transfer to media platforms. It was carried out by TNS-Kantar, which also makes the Hungarian Eurobarometer.
  • Hungary CAP 2018: the CAP survey is designed to measure the licensed and not licensed use of music and audiovisual works, and to estimate the consumer benefit of home copying and the value transfer to media platforms. It was carried out by TNS-Kantar, which also makes the Hungarian Eurobarometer.
  • Croatia CAP 2017: This was our only CAPI CAP survey administered on the phone. It was used for the Private Copying in Croatia Report.
  • Hungary CAP 2017: the CAP survey is designed to measure the licensed and not licensed use of music and audiovisual works, and to estimate the consumer benefit of home copying and the value transfer to media platforms. It was carried out by TNS-Kantar, which also makes the Hungarian Eurobarometer.
  • Hungary CAP 2015: the CAP survey is designed to measure the licensed and not licensed use of music and audiovisual works, and to estimate the consumer benefit of home copying and the value transfer to media platforms. It was carried out by TNS-Kantar, which also makes the Hungarian Eurobarometer.
  • Hungary CAP 2014: this was a non-representative but large online pilot survey.

European CAP[edit]

CEEMID created R language software code to read and integrate into panel the following data sources.

  • European CAP 2018:
  • European CAP 2013: Includes the EU27 + United Kingdom + Turkish Cypriot community. This survey was carried out by TNS Opinion & Social network in the then 27 Member States of the European Union and in Croatia between 26 April and 14 May 2013. Some 26,563 respondents from different social and demographic groups were interviewed faceto-face at home in their mother tongue.
  • European CAP 2007: Includes the EU27 + United Kingdom but not Croatia, Romania and Bulgaria, conducted within Eurobarometer European Cultural Values (2007)


Not yet processed[edit]

  • European CAP 2015: Within the EU-SILC Module 2015 On Social/Cultural Participation And Material Deprivation.
  • European CAP 2006: Within the EU-SILC Module 2006 On Social Participation.
  • New Europeans and Culture (2003). All later EU member states of the EU27, except for Croatia, but including Turkey.
  • Europeans’ Participation in Cultural Activities (2001)

CAP panels[edit]

With more than 70,000 live interviews, our cap panel presents unique opportunities to understand timewise changes in Europe and test many hypotheses. In Hungary, we can combine 6 surveys which allow to understand the aging of various audience cohorts. Given that we can compare Hungary with many countries, we can delineate country-specific and general trends.

  1. ESSnet Culture (2012): ESSnet Culture Final Report European Statistical System Network on Culture. Final Report.