Family and working life 2003
( YAPS - Young Adult Panel Study )

SND- 0786eng

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Document Description

Title:

xml codebook for Family and working life 2003

Parallel Title:

xml-kodbok för Familj och arbetsliv 2003

Identification Number:

0786eng-002

Authoring Entity:

Swedish national data service

Producer:

Swedish national data service

Copyright:

Copyright (c) Swedish national data service 2010

Date of Production:

2010-08-25

Software used in Production:

Nesstar Publisher

Distributor:

Swedish national data service

Version:

Bibliographic Citation:

xml codebook for Family and working life 2003, 1st xml edition, Gothenburg 2010

Documentation Source

Title:

Family and working life 2003

Identification Number:

0786eng-002

Distributor:

Swedish national data service

Study Description

Title:

Family and working life 2003

Alternative Title:

YAPS - Young Adult Panel Study

Parallel Title:

Familj och arbetsliv 2003

Identification Number:

0786eng-002

Authoring Entity:

Bernhardt, Eva (Stockholm University, Centre for Gender Studies)

Producer:

Stockholm University, Centre for Gender Studies

Stockholm University, Swedish Institute for Social Research

Software used in Production:

Nesstar Publisher

Funding Agency/Sponsor:

Swedish Council for Social Research

Funding Agency/Sponsor:

Brown University

Funding Agency/Sponsor:

Swedish Research Council

Funding Agency/Sponsor:

Institute for Future Studies

Distributor:

Swedish National Data service

Date of Deposit:

Version:

Second SND edition

Study Scope

Keywords:

labour and employment , working conditions , job satisfaction , children , childbirth , child care , child rearing , marital status , ethnic identity , families , family life , residential mobility , working mothers , parental leave , parental role , household composition , domestic responsibilities , immigrants , women´s role , gender roles , living conditions , spouses , citizenship , national identity , religious practice , educational background , adults , marriage

Topic Classification:

working conditions , family life and marriage , gender and gender roles , minorities

Abstract:

The project 'Family and Working Life in Sweden' (YAPS) started in 1998. The aim of the project was to build up a longitudinal data base for studies of the mutual connection of values and demographic behaviour. The first wave was carried out in the spring of 1999. Based on a nationally representative sample, 3 408 individuals aged 22, 26 and 30 were asked to respond to a mail questionnaire that included questions about their plans, expectations and attitudes regarding family and working life. Factual information about their current situation and backgroung characteristics was also included. In addition to the main sample of young adults born in Sweden with two Swedish-born parents, there was a smaller sample of young adults born in Sweden with one or both parents born in Poland or in Turkey. Out of the 2 273 respondents in the 1999 survey, 78 per cent also participated in the second wave of the survey, which took place in May-June 2003. The second wave also include a new sample of 22 year old individuals with two Swedish-born parents. A third wave of the survey was carried out during the spring 2009. Except information collected through the questionnaires a number of background variables are collected from Statistic Sweden's register over the total population (RTB) and register of education.

Time Period:

--

Date of Collection:

--

Country:

Sweden

Geographic Unit(s):

Riksområde

Unit of Analysis:

Individuals

Universe:

Individuals born in Sweden 1968, 1972, 1976 and 1980.

Kind of Data:

Survey data, register data

Methodology and Processing

Time Method:

Panel study

Data Collector:

Statistics Sweden

Sampling Procedure:

Random sample

Mode of Data Collection:

Postal survey

Sources Statement

Response Rate:

78

Other Forms of Data Appraisal:

The respons rate for the 1999 survey was 67% for the sample with Swedish-born parents, 60% for respondents with Polish background and 49% for respondents withTurkish background. For the 2003 survey the response rate for respondents with Swedish-born parents was 72% - 78% for respondents who also participated in the 1999 survey and 60% for the new sample (born in 1980) - and 67% for the second-generation sample (69% for respondents with Polish background and 65% for respondents with Turkish background).

Class of the Study:

SND Class 2: Only checked. Not processed at SND

Data Access

Restrictions:

Access to the material granted for scientific and educational purpose; SND´s permission procedure.

Citation Requirement:

Publications based on SND collections should acknowledge those sources by means of bibliographic citations. To ensure that such source attributions are captured for social science bibliographic utilities, citations must appear in footnotes or in the reference section of publication.

Deposit Requirement:

Users of SND data are requested to send to SND bibliographic citations for, or copies of, each completed manuscript or thesis abstract.

Disclaimer:

The original collector of the data, SND, and the relevant funding agency bear no responsibility for uses of this collection or for interpretations or inferences based upon such uses. According to an agreement between the principal investigator and SND this study can be disseminated to and analyzed by researchers on condition that the usage is for research purpose. The code of ethics for humanities and social sciences research established in 1990 by the Swedish Council for Research in the Humanities and Social Science, and published in HSFR ethics, must be adhered to wherever applicable.

Other Study Description Materials

Related Materials

Title:

Codebook in Swedish

http://www.snd.gu.se/en/catalogue/file/839

Title:

Codebook in Swedish and English

http://www.snd.gu.se/en/catalogue/file/842

Title:

Questionnaire Poland

http://www.snd.gu.se/en/catalogue/file/1369

Title:

Questionnaire Turkey

http://www.snd.gu.se/en/catalogue/file/1370

Title:

Questionnaire Sweden old

http://www.snd.gu.se/en/catalogue/file/1371

Title:

Questionnaire Sweden new

http://www.snd.gu.se/en/catalogue/file/1372

Related Publications

Title:

Gender equality, parenthood attitudes, and first births in Sweden

Title:

Integrating the Second Generation: gender and Family Attitudes in Early Adulthood in Sweden

Title:

Immigration, Gender and Family Transitions to Adulthood in Sweden

Title:

Childhood family structure and routes out of the parental home in Sweden

Title:

Cohabitation and marriage among young adults in Sweden: Attitudes, expectations and Plans

Title:

Unga vuxnas syn på familj och arbete: rapport från en enkätundersökning

Title:

Unga vuxnas syn på familj och arbete: rapport från en enkätundersökning

File Description

File: se.gu.snd.ddi.0786-002eng.NSDstat

  • Number of cases: 2816

  • No. of variables per record: 439

  • Type of File: NSDstat 200501

Variable Description

Variable Groups

Background variables

Variables within Background variables

Cohabitation/marriage history

Variables within Cohabitation/marriage history

Child history

Variables within Child history

Attitudes on adulthood, gender roles, family and living conditions

Variables within Attitudes on adulthood, gender roles, family and living conditions

Parents and upbringing

Variables within Parents and upbringing

Cohabitation/marriages and children

Variables within Cohabitation/marriages and children

Employment and work

Variables within Employment and work

Attitudes on work, children, relations etc.

Variables within Attitudes on work, children, relations etc.

Present cohabitation/marriage

Variables within Present cohabitation/marriage

Question to respondents with one or both parents from Poland or Turkey

Variables within Question to respondents with one or both parents from Poland or Turkey

Variables


ID-number


ID-number

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-3547

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ; Min. 1 ; Max. 3547

Variable Format: numeric


Year of birth


Year of birth

Value

Label

Frequency

68.

1968

595

72.

1972

736

76.

1976

777

80.

1980

708

Range of Valid Data Values: 68-80

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Gender


Gender

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Man

1228

2.

Woman

1588

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Ethnic background


Ethnic background

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

Swedish

2469

1.

Polish

214

2.

Turkish

133

3.

Polish or Turkish

0

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-3

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Respondent also participated in the year 1999 study


Respondent also participated in the year 1999 study

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

No

727

1.

Yes

2089

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Age 2003


Age 2003

Value

Label

Frequency

22.

22 years

708

26.

26 years

777

30.

30 years

736

34.

34 years

595

Range of Valid Data Values: 22-34

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


H-region 2003


H-region 2003

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Stockholm/Södertälje

593

3.

Bigger cities

1016

4.

Mellanbygden

434

5.

Tätbygden

134

6.

Rural area

98

8.

Göteborg

319

9.

Malmö/Lund/Trelleborg

222

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-99

Range of Invalid Data Values: 99

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


National area 2003


National area 2003

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Stockholm

603

2.

Eastern Midsweden

486

3.

Smaland

234

4.

Southern Sweden

428

5.

Western Sweden

576

6.

Northern Midsweden

213

7.

Mid Norrland

113

8.

Upper Norrland

163

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Occupation (SEI) (Q46a)


Occupation (SEI) (Q46a)

Value

Label

Frequency

11.

Unskilled employees in goods production

59

12.

Unskilled employees in service production

577

21.

Skilled employees in goods production

263

22.

Skilled employees in service production

188

33.

Assistant non-manual employees, lower level I

157

36.

Assistant non-manual employees, lower level II

244

46.

Intermediate non-manual employees

703

56.

Professionals and other higher non-manual employees

316

57.

Upper-level executives

40

60.

Self-employed professionals

2

75.

75

7

79.

Entrepeneurs

6

89.

Farmers

4

91.

91

2

92.

92

1

94.

94

1

99.

99

6

Sysmiss.

240

Range of Valid Data Values: 11-99

Summary Statistics: Valid 2576 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Occupation (SEI), father (Q20a)


Occupation (SEI), father (Q20a)

Value

Label

Frequency

11.

Unskilled employees in goods production

176

12.

Unskilled employees in service production

328

21.

Skilled employees in goods production

502

22.

Skilled employees in service production

33

33.

Assistant non-manual employees, lower level I

41

36.

Assistant non-manual employees, lower level II

207

46.

Intermediate non-manual employees

494

56.

Professionals and other higher non-manual employees

331

57.

Upper-level executives

68

60.

Self-employed professionals

22

75.

75

48

76.

Self-employed without employees

165

79.

Entrepeneurs

184

89.

Farmers

83

91.

91

1

92.

92

3

93.

93

7

95.

95

5

98.

98

1

99.

99

29

Sysmiss.

88

Range of Valid Data Values: 11-99

Summary Statistics: Valid 2728 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Influx code 2003


Influx code 2003

Value

Label

Frequency

10.

May

1556

15.

June

984

16.

July

276

Range of Valid Data Values: 10-16

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Respondent's income 2001 in thousands of SEK


Respondent's income 2001 in thousands of SEK

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-1319

Summary Statistics: Valid 2814 ; Min. 0 ; Max. 1319 ; Mean 152.869 ; StDev 114.732

Variable Format: numeric


Content of education (2003)


Content of education (2003)

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

Allmän utbildning

478

1.

Pedagogik och lärarutbildning

190

2.

Humaniora och konst

194

3.

Samhällsvetenskap, juridik, handel, administration

577

4.

Naturvetenskap, matematik och data

109

5.

Teknik och tillverkning

602

6.

Lant- och skogsbruk samt djursjukvård

52

7.

Hälso- och sjukvård samt social omsorg

386

8.

Tjänster

138

9.

Okänd

90

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Level of education 2003


Level of education 2003

Value

Label

Frequency

2.

Okänd

143

3.

Förgymnasial utbildning

492

4.

Gymnasial utbildning

926

5.

Högskoleutbildning <2år

612

6.

Högskoleutbildning >=2år

627

7.

Forskarutbildning

10

9.

Missing

6

Range of Valid Data Values: 2-7

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2810 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Home when growing up (Q8)


Home when growing up (Q8)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Stockholm/Gothenburg/Malmö: inner city

126

2.

Stockholm/Gothenburg/Malmö: suburb

576

3.

Small/medium size town or city

1542

4.

Rural area (Sweden)

518

5.

Abroad: big city

10

6.

Abroad: small or medium size town or city

2

7.

Rural area (abroad)

0

9.

Missing

42

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-7

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2774 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Family's economic situation growing up (Q9)


Family's economic situation growing up (Q9)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Mostly very good

580

2.

Mostly rather good

1718

3.

Mostly rather bad

382

4.

Don't know

90

9.

Missing

46

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2770 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Parents married (Q10)


Parents married (Q10)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

1807

2.

Not any more

689

3.

They never married

266

4.

Don't know

7

9.

Missing

47

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2769 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Parents lived together during R's upbringing (Q11)


Parents lived together during R's upbringing (Q11)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

2078

2.

No

710

9.

Missing

28

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2788 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Why not? (Q12)


Why not? (Q12)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

My parents divorced/moved apart

592

2.

Mother and/or father died

58

3.

They never lived together

35

4.

Other

22

9.

Missing/does not apply

2109

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 707 ;

Variable Format: numeric


R:s age when parents got divorced/moved apart (Q13)


R:s age when parents got divorced/moved apart (Q13)

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

0

6

1.

1

39

2.

2

57

3.

3

47

4.

4

41

5.

5

47

6.

6

55

7.

7

47

8.

8

40

9.

9

37

10.

10

48

11.

11

33

12.

12

48

13.

13

46

14.

14

34

15.

15

28

16.

16

7

17.

17

6

18.

18

2

19.

19

3

20.

20

1

21.

21

2

22.

22

2

23.

23

2

24.

24

4

25.

25

2

26.

26

1

29.

29

1

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-29

Summary Statistics: Valid 686 ; Mean 8.131 ; StDev 4.994

Variable Format: numeric


R then lived with (Q14)


R then lived with (Q14)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Mainly with mother

414

2.

Mainly with father

77

3.

Mainly with mother and stepfather

148

4.

Mainly with father and stepmother

22

5.

Equally with my mother and father

48

6.

With neither of my parents

23

9.

Missing/does not apply

2084

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 732 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Siblings (Q15a)


Siblings (Q15a)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

No

164

2.

Yes

2547

9.

Missing

105

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2711 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Number of full siblings (Q15b)


Number of full siblings (Q15b)

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

0

276

1.

1

1242

2.

2

736

3.

3

234

4.

4

79

5.

5

18

6.

6

16

7.

7

8

8.

8

4

9.

9

2

11.

11

1

Sysmiss.

200

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-11

Summary Statistics: Valid 2616 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Number of half siblings (Q15b)


Number of half siblings (Q15b)

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

0

1437

1.

1

271

2.

2

156

3.

3

79

4.

4

40

5.

5

17

6.

6

9

7.

7

8

9.

9

2

11.

11

1

99.

Missing

1

Sysmiss.

795

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-11

Range of Invalid Data Values: 99

Summary Statistics: Valid 2020 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Number of "step"- or fostersiblings (Q15b)


Number of "step"- or fostersiblings (Q15b)

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

0

1620

1.

1

89

2.

2

72

3.

3

39

4.

4

16

5.

5

5

6.

6

2

7.

7

1

8.

8

1

9.

9

1

Sysmiss.

970

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1846 ;

Variable Format: numeric


R has moved away from parental home (Q16)


R has moved away from parental home (Q16)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

2264

2.

No

186

9.

Missing

366

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2450 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Age when R moved away from parental home (Q16)


Age when R moved away from parental home (Q16)

Value

Label

Frequency

10.

10

1

12.

12

2

14.

14

8

15.

15

41

16.

16

183

17.

17

174

18.

18

466

19.

19

632

20.

20

517

21.

21

294

22.

22

166

23.

23

64

24.

24

18

25.

25

19

26.

26

9

27.

27

4

Sysmiss.

218

Range of Valid Data Values: 10-27

Summary Statistics: Valid 2598 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Day when father immigrated


Day when father immigrated

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1

5

2.

2

2

3.

3

4

4.

4

5

5.

5

5

6.

6

10

7.

7

6

8.

8

7

9.

9

8

10.

10

5

11.

11

8

12.

12

8

13.

13

6

14.

14

8

15.

15

10

16.

16

6

17.

17

12

18.

18

8

19.

19

5

20.

20

3

21.

21

8

22.

22

4

23.

23

8

24.

24

6

25.

25

6

26.

26

6

27.

27

6

28.

28

13

29.

29

3

30.

30

1

31.

31

7

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-31

Summary Statistics: Valid 199 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Day when mother immigrated


Day when mother immigrated

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

0

1

1.

1

11

2.

2

7

3.

3

5

4.

4

8

5.

5

7

6.

6

8

7.

7

7

8.

8

8

9.

9

10

10.

10

4

11.

11

14

12.

12

8

13.

13

9

14.

14

5

15.

15

10

16.

16

12

17.

17

10

18.

18

10

19.

19

5

20.

20

11

21.

21

7

22.

22

7

23.

23

13

24.

24

9

25.

25

16

26.

26

6

27.

27

5

28.

28

8

29.

29

4

30.

30

7

31.

31

6

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-31

Summary Statistics: Valid 258 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Month when father immigrated


Month when father immigrated

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

12

2.

February

16

3.

March

14

4.

April

18

5.

May

18

6.

June

9

7.

July

12

8.

August

21

9.

September

18

10.

October

17

11.

November

22

12.

December

22

Sysmiss.

2617

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Summary Statistics: Valid 199 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Month when mother immigrated


Month when mother immigrated

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

0

1

1.

January

22

2.

February

19

3.

March

23

4.

April

13

5.

May

19

6.

June

18

7.

July

16

8.

August

31

9.

September

30

10.

October

18

11.

November

25

12.

December

23

Sysmiss.

2558

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-12

Summary Statistics: Valid 258 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Year when father immigrated


Year when father immigrated

Value

Label

Frequency

1947.

1947

1

1948.

1948

2

1949.

1949

1

1950.

1950

3

1951.

1951

1

1958.

1958

2

1960.

1960

3

1962.

1962

2

1963.

1963

3

1964.

1964

2

1965.

1965

9

1966.

1966

19

1967.

1967

16

1968.

1968

7

1969.

1969

18

1970.

1970

20

1971.

1971

10

1972.

1972

9

1973.

1973

12

1974.

1974

5

1975.

1975

10

1976.

1976

23

1977.

1977

4

1978.

1978

3

1979.

1979

1

1981.

1981

1

1983.

1983

1

1984.

1984

1

1986.

1986

3

1987.

1987

1

1990.

1990

1

1995.

1995

3

1997.

1997

1

1998.

1998

1

Range of Valid Data Values: 1947-1998

Summary Statistics: Valid 199 ; Min. 1947 ; Max. 1998 ; Mean 1970.578 ; StDev 7.849

Variable Format: numeric


Year when mother immigrated


Year when mother immigrated

Value

Label

Frequency

1947.

1947

2

1948.

1948

1

1949.

1949

1

1950.

1950

1

1951.

1951

1

1952.

1952

1

1953.

1953

1

1955.

1955

2

1957.

1957

3

1962.

1962

4

1963.

1963

5

1965.

1965

5

1966.

1966

3

1967.

1967

6

1968.

1968

12

1969.

1969

18

1970.

1970

34

1971.

1971

36

1972.

1972

28

1973.

1973

13

1974.

1974

19

1975.

1975

14

1976.

1976

32

1977.

1977

6

1978.

1978

2

1982.

1982

1

1984.

1984

1

1985.

1985

1

1990.

1990

1

1991.

1991

1

1995.

1995

2

1999.

1999

1

Range of Valid Data Values: 1947-1999

Summary Statistics: Valid 258 ; Min. 1947 ; Max. 1999 ; Mean 1971.132 ; StDev 6.473

Variable Format: numeric


Father's birth country


Father's birth country

Value

Label

Frequency

BULGARIEN.

Bulgaria

2

DANMARK.

Denmark

1

FINLAND.

Finland

3

FRANKRIKE.

France

3

GREKLAND.

Greece

1

ISLAND.

Iceland

1

JUGOSLAVIE.

Yugoslavia

2

LIBANON.

Lebanon

1

LITAUEN.

Lithuania

1

NORGE.

Norway

1

POLEN.

Poland

88

SLOVENIEN.

Slovenia

1

SOVJETUNIO.

Soviet Union

5

SPANIEN.

Spain

1

SVERIGE.

Sweden

2569

TURKIET.

Turkey

123

TYSKLAND.

Germany

1

ÖSTERRIKE.

Austria

1

Summary Statistics: Valid 2805 ;

Variable Format: character


Mother's birth country


Mother's birth country

Value

Label

Frequency

DANMARK.

Denmark

1

FINLAND.

Finland

4

FRANKRIKE.

France

1

JUGOSLAVIE.

Yugoslavia

2

LIBANON.

Lebanon

1

NORGE.

Norway

1

PALESTINA.

Palestine

1

POLEN.

Poland

163

SOVJETUNIO.

Soviet Union

2

SVERIGE.

Sweden

2543

SYRIEN.

Syria

3

TJECKOSLOV.

Czechoslovakia

2

TURKIET.

Turkey

82

UNGERN.

Hungary

2

Summary Statistics: Valid 2808 ;

Variable Format: character


Marital status 2003


Marital status 2003

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Unmarried

2183

2.

Married

575

4.

Divorced

57

5.

Widow/widower

1

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Partner relationship 2003


Partner relationship 2003

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

No partner

648

1.

Live-apart

410

2.

Cohabitant

1181

3.

Married

570

9.

Unknown

7

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-3

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2809 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Number of partner relationships/marriages (2003)


Number of partner relationships/marriages (2003)

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

0

675

1.

1

1467

2.

2

517

3.

3

131

4.

4

24

9.

Unknown

2

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2814 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Length of partner relationship/marriage at the time of survey (2003/08)


Length of partner relationship/marriage at the time of survey (2003/08)

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-226

Summary Statistics: Valid 1641 ; Min. 1 ; Max. 226 ; Mean 72.857 ; StDev 50.605

Variable Format: numeric


Partner's birth year, information from 2003 (Q70a)


Partner's birth month, information from 2003 (Q70a)

Value

Label

Frequency

1935.

1935

1

1943.

1943

1

1944.

1944

1

1948.

1948

2

1950.

1950

1

1951.

1951

1

1952.

1952

2

1953.

1953

2

1955.

1955

3

1956.

1956

5

1957.

1957

3

1958.

1958

8

1959.

1959

6

1960.

1960

10

1961.

1961

9

1962.

1962

17

1963.

1963

29

1964.

1964

48

1965.

1965

63

1966.

1966

64

1967.

1967

79

1968.

1968

108

1969.

1969

93

1970.

1970

122

1971.

1971

138

1972.

1972

142

1973.

1973

128

1974.

1974

108

1975.

1975

99

1976.

1976

115

1977.

1977

92

1978.

1978

82

1979.

1979

64

1980.

1980

86

1981.

1981

58

1982.

1982

30

1983.

1983

19

1984.

1984

7

1986.

1986

1

1987.

1987

1

9999.

9999

3

Sysmiss.

965

Range of Valid Data Values: 1935-9999

Summary Statistics: Valid 1851 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Partner's birth month, information from 2003 (Q70b)


Partner's birth year, information from 2003 (Q70b)

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

1

1.

January

166

2.

February

149

3.

March

168

4.

April

181

5.

May

194

6.

June

130

7.

July

148

8.

August

137

9.

September

164

10.

October

135

11.

November

131

12.

December

139

Sysmiss.

973

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-12

Summary Statistics: Valid 1843 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Year when relationship became steady, information from 2003 (Q68a)


Year when relationship became steady, information from 2003 (Q68a)

Value

Label

Frequency

1976.

1976

1

1981.

1981

2

1982.

1982

2

1983.

1983

5

1984.

1984

11

1985.

1985

9

1986.

1986

25

1987.

1987

27

1988.

1988

44

1989.

1989

48

1990.

1990

69

1991.

1991

61

1992.

1992

85

1993.

1993

86

1994.

1994

100

1995.

1995

131

1996.

1996

122

1997.

1997

121

1998.

1998

175

1999.

1999

165

2000.

2000

184

2001.

2001

192

2002.

2002

155

2003.

2003

26

9999.

9999

3

Range of Valid Data Values: 1976-9999

Summary Statistics: Valid 1849 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Month when relationship became steady, information from 2003 (Q68b)


Monthwhen relationship became steady, information from 2003 (Q68b)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

194

2.

February

123

3.

March

131

4.

April

200

5.

May

149

6.

June

157

7.

July

206

8.

August

120

9.

September

139

10.

October

191

11.

November

116

12.

December

117

Sysmiss.

973

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Summary Statistics: Valid 1843 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Same partner as four years ago, information from 2003 (Q66)


Same partner as four years ago, information from 2003 (Q66)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

1108

2.

No

434

8.

Not asked

708

9.

Missing/not applicable

566

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1542 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Year when R moved together with partner, 1st relationship


Year when R moved together with partner, 1st relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1981.

1981

1

1983.

1983

3

1984.

1984

7

1985.

1985

12

1986.

1986

30

1987.

1987

55

1988.

1988

63

1989.

1989

94

1990.

1990

116

1991.

1991

152

1992.

1992

125

1993.

1993

105

1994.

1994

126

1995.

1995

123

1996.

1996

161

1997.

1997

132

1998.

1998

156

1999.

1999

148

2000.

2000

147

2001.

2001

140

2002.

2002

110

2003.

2003

37

9999.

9999

96

Sysmiss.

677

Range of Valid Data Values: 1981-9999

Summary Statistics: Valid 2139 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Month when R moved together with partner, 1st relationship


Month when R moved together with partner, 1st relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

201

2.

February

106

3.

March

109

4.

April

230

5.

May

139

6.

June

204

7.

July

189

8.

August

235

9.

September

153

10.

October

260

11.

November

83

12.

December

101

99.

Missing

129

Sysmiss.

677

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Range of Invalid Data Values: 99

Summary Statistics: Valid 2010 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Year if marriage, 1st relationship


Year if marriage, 1st relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1987.

1987

2

1988.

1988

4

1989.

1989

9

1990.

1990

15

1991.

1991

21

1992.

1992

25

1993.

1993

18

1994.

1994

30

1995.

1995

38

1996.

1996

44

1997.

1997

37

1998.

1998

49

1999.

1999

42

2000.

2000

53

2001.

2001

34

2002.

2002

50

2003.

2003

10

9999.

Missing

3

Sysmiss.

2332

Range of Valid Data Values: 1987-2003

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9999

Summary Statistics: Valid 481 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Month if marriage, 1st relationship


Month if marriage, 1st relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

20

2.

February

12

3.

March

10

4.

April

15

5.

May

52

6.

June

96

7.

July

94

8.

August

97

9.

September

37

10.

October

20

11.

November

11

12.

December

16

99.

Missing

4

Sysmiss.

2332

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Range of Invalid Data Values: 99

Summary Statistics: Valid 480 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Year when R split with partner, 1st relationship


Year when R split with partner, 1st relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1982.

1982

1

1984.

1984

1

1987.

1987

8

1988.

1988

9

1989.

1989

29

1990.

1990

29

1991.

1991

44

1992.

1992

53

1993.

1993

43

1994.

1994

65

1995.

1995

61

1996.

1996

68

1997.

1997

92

1998.

1998

67

1999.

1999

54

2000.

2000

66

2001.

2001

80

2002.

2002

81

2003.

2003

28

9999.

9999

66

Sysmiss.

1871

Range of Valid Data Values: 1982-9999

Summary Statistics: Valid 945 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Month when R split with partner, 1st relationship


Month when R split with partner, 1st relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

96

2.

February

48

3.

March

52

4.

April

120

5.

May

78

6.

June

64

7.

July

112

8.

August

62

9.

September

55

10.

October

94

11.

November

36

12.

December

46

99.

Missing

82

Sysmiss.

1871

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Range of Invalid Data Values: 99

Summary Statistics: Valid 863 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Year when R moved together with partner, 2nd relationship


Year when R moved together with partner, 2nd relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1987.

1987

2

1988.

1988

3

1989.

1989

7

1990.

1990

11

1991.

1991

23

1992.

1992

20

1993.

1993

33

1994.

1994

45

1995.

1995

48

1996.

1996

54

1997.

1997

50

1998.

1998

58

1999.

1999

61

2000.

2000

68

2001.

2001

59

2002.

2002

71

2003.

2003

25

9999.

Missing

35

Sysmiss.

2143

Range of Valid Data Values: 1987-1999

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9999

Summary Statistics: Valid 638 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Month when R moved together with partner, 2nd relationship


Month when R moved together with partner, 2nd relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

75

2.

February

46

3.

March

35

4.

April

83

5.

May

46

6.

June

50

7.

July

57

8.

August

47

9.

September

56

10.

October

66

11.

November

28

12.

December

41

99.

Missing

43

Sysmiss.

2143

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Range of Invalid Data Values: 99

Summary Statistics: Valid 630 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Year if marriage, 2nd relationship


Year if marriage, 2nd relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1989.

1989

1

1991.

1991

1

1992.

1992

3

1993.

1993

7

1994.

1994

3

1995.

1995

5

1996.

1996

9

1997.

1997

8

1998.

1998

7

1999.

1999

12

2000.

2000

28

2001.

2001

21

2002.

2002

17

2003.

2003

6

9999.

9999

4

Sysmiss.

2684

Range of Valid Data Values: 1989-9999

Summary Statistics: Valid 132 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Month if marriage, 2nd relationship


Month if marriage, 2nd relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

1

2.

February

6

3.

March

4

4.

April

12

5.

May

14

6.

June

24

7.

July

21

8.

August

20

9.

September

6

10.

October

3

11.

November

9

12.

December

8

99.

Missing

4

Sysmiss.

2684

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Range of Invalid Data Values: 99

Summary Statistics: Valid 128 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Year when R split with partner, 2nd relationship


Year when R split with partner, 2nd relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1990.

1990

4

1991.

1991

1

1992.

1992

6

1993.

1993

5

1994.

1994

11

1995.

1995

13

1996.

1996

24

1997.

1997

25

1998.

1998

29

1999.

1999

18

2000.

2000

23

2001.

2001

30

2002.

2002

24

2003.

2003

13

9999.

Missing

15

Sysmiss.

2575

Range of Valid Data Values: 1990-2003

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9999

Summary Statistics: Valid 226 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Month when R split with partner, 2nd relationship


Month when R split with partner, 2nd relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

29

2.

February

13

3.

March

10

4.

April

30

5.

May

7

6.

June

18

7.

July

17

8.

August

23

9.

September

14

10.

October

34

11.

November

11

12.

December

14

99.

Missing

21

Sysmiss.

2575

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-99

Range of Invalid Data Values: 99

Summary Statistics: Valid 220 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Year when R moved together with partner, 3rd relationship


Year when R moved together with partner, 3rd relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1990.

1990

1

1991.

1991

1

1992.

1992

4

1993.

1993

2

1994.

1994

5

1995.

1995

9

1996.

1996

11

1997.

1997

11

1998.

1998

18

1999.

1999

18

2000.

2000

12

2001.

2001

21

2002.

2002

23

2003.

2003

10

9999.

Missing

9

Sysmiss.

2661

Range of Valid Data Values: 1990-2003

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9999

Summary Statistics: Valid 146 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Month when R moved together with partner, 3rd relationship


Month when R moved together with partner, 3rd relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

13

2.

February

11

3.

March

11

4.

April

22

5.

May

11

6.

June

7

7.

July

18

8.

August

7

9.

September

8

10.

October

14

11.

November

6

12.

December

12

99.

Missing

15

Sysmiss.

2661

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Range of Invalid Data Values: 99

Summary Statistics: Valid 140 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Year if marriage, 3rd relationship


Year if marriage, 3rd relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1995.

1995

1

1996.

1996

1

1997.

1997

3

1998.

1998

2

1999.

1999

5

2000.

2000

5

2001.

2001

4

2002.

2002

5

2003.

2003

1

Sysmiss.

2789

Range of Valid Data Values: 1995-2003

Summary Statistics: Valid 27 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Month if marriage, 3rd relationship


Month if marriage, 3rd relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

1

3.

March

2

5.

May

3

6.

June

6

7.

July

2

8.

August

5

9.

September

3

10.

October

2

11.

November

1

12.

December

2

Sysmiss.

2789

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Summary Statistics: Valid 27 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Year when R split with partner, 3rd relationship


Year when R split with partner, 3rd relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1992.

1992

2

1994.

1994

1

1995.

1995

1

1996.

1996

3

1997.

1997

1

1998.

1998

7

1999.

1999

5

2000.

2000

6

2001.

2001

4

2002.

2002

6

2003.

2003

9

9999.

Missing

5

Sysmiss.

2766

Range of Valid Data Values: 1992-2003

Summary Statistics: Valid 50 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Month when R split with partner, 3rd relationship


Month when R split with partner, 3rd relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

6

2.

February

1

3.

March

5

4.

April

10

5.

May

5

6.

June

1

7.

July

3

8.

August

2

9.

September

1

10.

October

4

11.

November

2

12.

December

2

99.

Missing

8

Sysmiss.

2766

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Range of Invalid Data Values: 99

Summary Statistics: Valid 42 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Year when R moved together with partner, 4th relationship


Year when R moved together with partner, 4th relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1994.

1994

2

1995.

1995

2

1997.

1997

1

2000.

2000

1

2001.

2001

8

2002.

2002

3

2003.

2003

1

9999.

Missing

6

Sysmiss.

2792

Range of Valid Data Values: 1994-2003

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9999

Summary Statistics: Valid 18 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Month when R moved together with partner, 4th relationship


Month when R moved together with partner, 4th relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

1

2.

February

2

4.

April

1

5.

May

1

6.

June

1

7.

July

4

8.

August

2

10.

October

3

11.

November

1

12.

December

2

99.

Missing

6

Sysmiss.

2792

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Range of Invalid Data Values: 99

Summary Statistics: Valid 18 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Year if marriage, 4th relationship


Year if marriage, 4th relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1995.

1995

1

1998.

1998

1

2001.

2001

1

2002.

2002

1

9999.

Missing

2

Sysmiss.

2810

Range of Valid Data Values: 1995-2002

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9999

Summary Statistics: Valid 4 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Month if marriage, 4th relationship


Month if marriage, 4th relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

5.

May

1

6.

June

2

8.

August

1

99.

Missing

2

Sysmiss.

2810

Range of Valid Data Values: 5-8

Range of Invalid Data Values: 99

Summary Statistics: Valid 4 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Year when R split with partner, 4th relationship


Year when R split with partner, 4th relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

2001.

2001

1

2002.

2002

2

2003.

2003

1

Sysmiss.

2812

Range of Valid Data Values: 2001-2003

Summary Statistics: Valid 4 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Month when R split with partner, 4th relationship


Month when R split with partner, 4th relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

4.

April

1

5.

May

1

7.

July

1

12.

December

1

Sysmiss.

2812

Range of Valid Data Values: 4-12

Summary Statistics: Valid 4 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Contradicting information about relationships


Contradicting information about relationships

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Information given in 2003 contradicts information given in 1999

102

Sysmiss.

2714

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 102 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Number of reported births (2003)


Number of reported births (2003)

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

0

1795

1.

1

449

2.

2

435

3.

3

115

4.

4

19

5.

5

3

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-5

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Birth year, 1st child


Birth year, 1st child

Value

Label

Frequency

1981.

1981

1

1986.

1986

3

1987.

1987

6

1988.

1988

9

1989.

1989

16

1990.

1990

31

1991.

1991

37

1992.

1992

36

1993.

1993

52

1994.

1994

60

1995.

1995

61

1996.

1996

68

1997.

1997

71

1998.

1998

72

1999.

1999

85

2000.

2000

103

2001.

2001

130

2002.

2002

138

2003.

2003

42

Sysmiss.

1795

Range of Valid Data Values: 1981-2003

Summary Statistics: Valid 1021 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Birth month, 1st child


Birth month, 1st child

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

1

1.

January

86

2.

February

93

3.

March

88

4.

April

102

5.

May

86

6.

June

80

7.

July

82

8.

August

82

9.

September

79

10.

October

80

11.

November

92

12.

December

70

Sysmiss.

1795

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-12

Summary Statistics: Valid 1021 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Gender, 1st child


Gender, 1st child

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Boy

564

2.

Girl

451

0.

Unknown

6

Sysmiss.

1795

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 0

Summary Statistics: Valid 1015 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Twin, 1st child


Twin, 1st child

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

No

1005

1.

Yes

16

Sysmiss.

1795

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 1021 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Housing 2003, 1st child


Housing 2003, 1st child

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

Unknown

4

1.

In the household/alternately

991

2.

With the other parent

11

3.

Has died

8

4.

Other

7

Sysmiss.

1795

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-4

Summary Statistics: Valid 1021 ;

Variable Format: numeric


R's marital status at the birth of 1st child


R's marital status at the birth of 1st child

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

Unknown

735

1.

Unmarried

182

2.

Married

103

3.

Divorced

1

Sysmiss.

1795

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-3

Summary Statistics: Valid 1021 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Birth year, 2nd child


Birth year, 2nd child

Value

Label

Frequency

1989.

1989

5

1990.

1990

4

1991.

1991

10

1992.

1992

13

1993.

1993

26

1994.

1994

28

1995.

1995

33

1996.

1996

37

1997.

1997

40

1998.

1998

68

1999.

1999

55

2000.

2000

60

2001.

2001

70

2002.

2002

76

2003.

2003

47

Sysmiss.

2244

Range of Valid Data Values: 1989-2003

Summary Statistics: Valid 572 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Birth month, 2nd child


Birth month, 2nd child

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

41

2.

February

44

3.

March

59

4.

April

68

5.

May

51

6.

June

42

7.

July

56

8.

August

59

9.

September

31

10.

October

32

11.

November

43

12.

December

46

Sysmiss.

2244

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Summary Statistics: Valid 572 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Gender, 2nd child


Gender, 2nd child

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Boy

294

2.

Girl

271

0.

Unknown

7

Sysmiss.

2244

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 0

Summary Statistics: Valid 565 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Twin, 2nd child


Twin, 2nd child

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

No

555

1.

Yes

17

Sysmiss.

2244

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 572 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Housing 2003, 2nd child


Housing 2003, 2nd child

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

Unknown

1

1.

In the household/alternately

561

2.

With the other parent

6

3.

Has died

2

4.

Other

2

Sysmiss.

2244

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-4

Summary Statistics: Valid 572 ;

Variable Format: numeric


R's marital status at the birth of 2nd child


R's marital status at the birth of 2nd child

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

Unknown

388

1.

Unmarried

90

2.

Married

91

3.

Divorced

3

Sysmiss.

2244

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-3

Summary Statistics: Valid 572 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Birth year, 3rd child


Birth year, 3rd child

Value

Label

Frequency

1992.

1992

1

1993.

1993

4

1994.

1994

8

1995.

1995

7

1996.

1996

7

1997.

1997

7

1998.

1998

9

1999.

1999

16

2000.

2000

16

2001.

2001

16

2002.

2002

25

2003.

2003

21

Sysmiss.

2679

Range of Valid Data Values: 1992-2003

Summary Statistics: Valid 137 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Birth month, 3rd child


Birth month, 3rd child

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

11

2.

February

15

3.

March

10

4.

April

20

5.

May

10

6.

June

7

7.

July

9

8.

August

12

9.

September

13

10.

October

13

11.

November

7

12.

December

10

Sysmiss.

2679

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Summary Statistics: Valid 137 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Gender, 3rd child


Gender, 3rd child

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Boy

63

2.

Girl

74

Sysmiss.

2679

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Summary Statistics: Valid 137 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Twin, 3rd child


Twin, 3rd child

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

No

134

1.

Yes

3

Sysmiss.

2679

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 137 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Housing 2003, 3rd child


Housing 2003, 3rd child

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

In the household/alternately

134

3.

Has died

2

0.

Unknown

1

Sysmiss.

2679

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 0

Summary Statistics: Valid 136 ;

Variable Format: numeric


R's marital status at the birth of 3rd child


R's marital status at the birth of 3rd child

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

Unknown

90

1.

Unmarried

10

2.

Married

33

3.

Divorced

4

Sysmiss.

2679

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-3

Summary Statistics: Valid 137 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Birth year, 4th child


Birth year, 4th child

Value

Label

Frequency

1994.

1994

1

1996.

1996

1

1997.

1997

4

1998.

1998

3

2000.

2000

2

2001.

2001

3

2002.

2002

6

2003.

2003

2

Sysmiss.

2794

Range of Valid Data Values: 1994-2003

Summary Statistics: Valid 22 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Birth month, 4th child


Birth month, 4th child

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

1

1.

January

1

2.

February

1

3.

March

5

4.

April

2

5.

May

1

6.

June

1

7.

July

1

8.

August

2

9.

September

1

10.

October

4

11.

November

2

Sysmiss.

2794

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-11

Summary Statistics: Valid 22 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Gender, 4th child


Gender, 4th child

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Boy

11

2.

Girl

11

Sysmiss.

2794

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Summary Statistics: Valid 22 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Twin, 4th child


Twin, 4th child

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

No

20

1.

Yes

2

Sysmiss.

2794

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 22 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Housing 2003, 4th child


Housing 2003, 5th child

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

In the household/alternately

22

Sysmiss.

2794

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-4

Summary Statistics: Valid 22 ;

Variable Format: numeric


R's marital status at the birth of 4th child


R's marital status at the birth of 4th child

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Unmarried

2

2.

Married

3

0.

Unknown

17

Sysmiss.

2794

Range of Valid Data Values: 2-3

Range of Invalid Data Values: 0

Summary Statistics: Valid 5 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Birth year, 5th child


Birth year, 5th child

Value

Label

Frequency

2001.

2001

2

2002.

2002

1

Sysmiss.

2813

Range of Valid Data Values: 2001-2002

Summary Statistics: Valid 3 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Birth month, 5th child


Birth month, 5th child

Value

Label

Frequency

2.

February

1

8.

August

1

9.

September

1

Sysmiss.

2813

Range of Valid Data Values: 2-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 3 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Gender, 5th child


Gender, 5th child

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Boy

1

2.

Girl

2

Sysmiss.

2813

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Summary Statistics: Valid 3 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Twin, 5th child


Twin, 5th child

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

No

3

Sysmiss.

2813

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 3 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Housing 2003, 5th child


Housing 2003, 5th child

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

In the household/alternately

1

0.

Unknown

2

Sysmiss.

2813

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Range of Invalid Data Values: 0

Summary Statistics: Valid 1 ;

Variable Format: numeric


R's marital status at the birth of 5th child


R's marital status at the birth of 5th child

Value

Label

Frequency

2.

Married

2

0.

Unknown

1

Sysmiss.

2813

Range of Valid Data Values: 2-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 0

Summary Statistics: Valid 2 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q1a. Year of birth


When were you born? - Year

Value

Label

Frequency

68.

1968

571

70.

1970

3

71.

1971

1

72.

1972

711

73.

1973

2

76.

1976

751

77.

1977

2

78.

1978

1

79.

1979

1

80.

1980

689

Sysmiss.

84

Range of Valid Data Values: 68-80

Summary Statistics: Valid 2732 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q1b. Month of birth


When were you born? - Month

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

240

2.

February

218

3.

March

234

4.

April

255

5.

May

261

6.

June

218

7.

July

230

8.

August

240

9.

September

216

10.

October

227

11.

November

210

12.

December

181

Sysmiss.

86

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Summary Statistics: Valid 2730 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q1c. Gender


Are you male or female?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Man

1165

2.

Woman

1516

9.

Missing

135

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2681 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q2_1. Parents stay together for the sake of children


What is your view on the following statements? - Parents should stay together for the sake of the children

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

684

2.

2

664

3.

3

777

4.

4

415

5.

5 - Agree completely

190

6.

Don't know

45

9.

Missing

41

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2775 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q2_2. Children - part of what gives life meaning


What is your view on the following statements? - To have children is part of what gives life meaning

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

126

2.

2

177

3.

3

451

4.

4

755

5.

5 - Agree completely

1241

6.

Don't know

41

9.

Missing

25

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2791 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q2_3. Something missing if no children


What is your view on the following statements? - Something is missing if a couple never has children

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

946

2.

2

537

3.

3

543

4.

4

411

5.

5 - Agree completely

242

6.

Don't know

108

9.

Missing

29

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2787 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q2_4. Too easy to get divorced


What is your view on the following statements? - It is too easy to get divorced in today's Sweden

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

683

2.

2

435

3.

3

577

4.

4

454

5.

5 - Agree completely

357

6.

Don't know

281

9.

Missing

29

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2787 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q2_5. Men and women equal - good society


What is your view on the following statements? - A society where men and women are equal is a good society

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

19

2.

2

39

3.

3

206

4.

4

487

5.

5 - Agree completely

2014

6.

Don't know

28

9.

Missing

23

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2793 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q2_6. Men as good in caring jobs


What is your view on the following statements? - Men can do as well as women in caring jobs

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

13

2.

2

23

3.

3

102

4.

4

343

5.

5 - Agree completely

2286

6.

Don't know

24

9.

Missing

25

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2791 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q2_7. Women as good in technical jobs


What is your view on the following statements? - Women can do as well as men in technical jobs

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

21

2.

2

41

3.

3

115

4.

4

381

5.

5 - Agree completely

2213

6.

Don't know

18

9.

Missing

27

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2789 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q2_8. It is as important for a woman to support herself


What is your view on the following statements? - It is as important for a woman as for a man to support herself

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

9

2.

2

14

3.

3

58

4.

4

219

5.

5 - Agree completely

2445

6.

Don't know

40

9.

Missing

31

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2785 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q2_9. Parents should share the parental leave equally


What is your view on the following statements? - Parents should share the parental leave equally

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

176

2.

2

219

3.

3

659

4.

4

625

5.

5 - Agree completely

1026

6.

Don't know

75

9.

Missing

36

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2780 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q2_10. The woman should take main responsibility for housework


What is your view on the following statements? - The woman should take the main responsibility for housework

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

1881

2.

2

428

3.

3

298

4.

4

113

5.

5 - Agree completely

53

6.

Don't know

16

9.

Missing

27

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2789 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q2_11. The man should take main responsibility for support


What is your view on the following statements? - The man should take the main responsibility for support

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

1837

2.

2

396

3.

3

336

4.

4

147

5.

5 - Agree completely

59

6.

Don't know

17

9.

Missing

24

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2792 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q3. Living together without being married


In today's Sweden it is common to live together without being married. What is your opinion about that?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

It is never OK

142

2.

It is OK, but only for a short time before getting married

65

3.

It is OK as long as you don't have children

129

4.

It is OK even if you have children

2333

5.

It is always better to prefer a cohabiting relationship

74

9.

Missing

73

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2743 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q5_1. Important - time for sport, hobbies


People have different opinions about what is important in life. Can you tell us how important it is to you to achieve the following? - To have a lot of time for sports, hobbies and other leisure time activities

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

24

2.

2

154

3.

3

671

4.

4

969

5.

5 - Very important

966

6.

Don't know

6

9.

Missing

26

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2790 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q4_2.Important - earn own money


People have different opinions about what is important in life. Can you tell us how important it is to you to achieve the following? - To earn own money

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

16

2.

2

31

3.

3

218

4.

4

732

5.

5 - Very important

1790

6.

Don't know

5

9.

Missing

24

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2792 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q4_3. Important - good economy


People have different opinions about what is important in life. Can you tell us how important it is to you to achieve the following? - To do well economically

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

3

2.

2

38

3.

3

218

4.

4

934

5.

5 - Very important

1594

6.

Don't know

4

9.

Missing

25

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2791 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q4_4. Important - successful at work


People have different opinions about what is important in life. Can you tell us how important it is to you to achieve the following? - To be successful in my work

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

44

2.

2

100

3.

3

741

4.

4

1167

5.

5 - Very important

729

6.

Don't know

10

9.

Missing

25

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2791 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q4_5. Important - good cohabiting/married relationship


People have different opinions about what is important in life. Can you tell us how important it is to you to achieve the following? - To live in a good cohabiting or married relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

28

2.

2

64

3.

3

231

4.

4

577

5.

5 - Very important

1867

6.

Don't know

22

9.

Missing

27

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2789 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q4_6. Important - to have children


People have different opinions about what is important in life. Can you tell us how important it is to you to achieve the following? - To have children

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

97

2.

2

164

3.

3

470

4.

4

751

5.

5 - Very important

1259

6.

Don't know

51

9.

Missing

24

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2792 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q5_1. Current occupation


Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with your current occupation?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Very dissatisfied

110

2.

2

225

3.

3

592

4.

4

1011

5.

5 - Very satisfied

804

6.

Don't know/does not apply

51

9.

Missing

23

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2793 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q5_2. Relationship with mother


Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with your relationship with your mother?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Very dissatisfied

76

2.

2

113

3.

3

338

4.

4

728

5.

5 - Very satisfied

1448

6.

Don't know/does not apply

100

9.

Missing

13

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2803 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q5_3. Relationship with father


Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with your relationship with your father?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Very dissatisfied

153

2.

2

193

3.

3

384

4.

4

693

5.

5 - Very satisfied

1152

6.

Don't know/does not apply

215

9.

Missing

26

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2790 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q.5_4. Relationship with partner


Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with your relationship with your partner?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Very dissatisfied

35

2.

2

59

3.

3

175

4.

4

493

5.

5 - Very satisfied

1385

6.

Don't know/does not apply

633

9.

Missing

36

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2780 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q5_5. Economic situatuion


Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with your economic situation?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Very dissatisfied

271

2.

2

495

3.

3

946

4.

4

802

5.

5 - Very satisfied

270

6.

Don't know/does not apply

6

9.

Missing

26

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2790 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q5_6. Housing situation


Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with your housing situation?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Very dissatisfied

108

2.

2

307

3.

3

627

4.

4

927

5.

5 - Very satisfied

809

6.

Don't know/does not apply

22

9.

Missing

16

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2800 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q5_7. Education


Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with your education?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Very dissatisfied

121

2.

2

359

3.

3

772

4.

4

859

5.

5 - Very satisfied

623

6.

Don't know/does not apply

51

9.

Missing

31

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2785 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q5_8. Living location


Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the location where you're living?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Very dissatisfied

53

2.

2

158

3.

3

497

4.

4

943

5.

5 - Very satisfied

1130

6.

Don't know/does not apply

13

9.

Missing

22

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2794 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q5_9. Life


Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with life in general right now?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Very dissatisfied

39

2.

2

136

3.

3

568

4.

4

1309

5.

5 - Very satisfied

737

6.

Don't know/does not apply

8

9.

Missing

19

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2797 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q6. Active in state church or other religious congregation


Are you active in the Swedish state church or some other religious congregation?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

260

2.

No

2541

9.

Missing

15

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2801 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q7. Importance of religion


How important is religion in your life?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Very important

154

2.

Rather important

305

3.

Of little or no importance

2334

9.

Missing

23

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-3

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2793 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q8. Home when growing up


Where did you live when you grew up (up to age 16)?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Stockholm/Gothenburg/Malmö: inner city

31

2.

Stockholm/Gothenburg/Malmö: suburb

125

3.

Small/medium size town or city

383

4.

Rural area (Sweden)

159

5.

Abroad: big city

1

6.

Abroad: small or medium size town or city

0

7.

Abroad: rural area

0

8.

Not asked 2003

2108

9.

Missing

9

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-7

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 699 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q9. Family's economic situation growing up


How was your family's economic situation when you grew up?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Mostly very good

167

2.

Mostly rather good

426

3.

Mostly rather bad

93

4.

Don't know

18

8.

Not asked 2003

2108

9.

Missing

4

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 704 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q10. Parents married


Are your parents married to each other?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

449

2.

Not any more

150

3.

They never married

100

4.

Don't know

2

8.

Not asked 2003

2108

9.

Missing

7

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 701 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q11. Parents lived together during upbringing


Did your parents live together continuously up to your 16th birthday?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

528

2.

No

176

8.

Not asked 2003

2108

9.

Missing

4

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 704 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q12. Why not?


Why not?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

My parents divorced/moved apart

153

2.

Mother and/or father died

15

3.

They never lived together

5

4.

Other

4

8.

Not asked 2003

2108

9.

MIssing/does not apply

531

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 177 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q13. Age when parents got divorced/moved apart


How old were you when your parents got divorced/moved apart (or died)?

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

0

1

1.

1

5

2.

2

20

3.

3

13

4.

4

10

5.

5

11

6.

6

15

7.

7

13

8.

8

9

9.

9

14

10.

10

14

11.

11

7

12.

12

10

13.

13

9

14.

14

5

15.

15

11

19.

19

1

88.

Not asked 2003

2108

Sysmiss.

540

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-19

Range of Invalid Data Values: 88

Summary Statistics: Valid 168 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q14. Q16. R then lived with


With whom did you live after that?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Mainly with mother

101

2.

Mainly with father

18

3.

Mainly with mother and stepfather

30

4.

Mainly with father and stepmother

6

5.

Equally with my mother and father

23

6.

With neither of my parents

2

8.

Not asked 2003

2108

9.

MIssing/does not apply

528

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 180 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q15a. Siblings


Do you have any siblings? If so, how many? (also count siblings who died)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

No

30

2.

Yes

658

8.

Not asked 2003

2108

9.

Missing

20

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 688 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q15b_1. Number of full siblings


Number of full siblings

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1

305

2.

2

203

3.

3

71

4.

4

21

5.

5

7

6.

6

2

7.

7

1

8.

8

1

9.

9

1

88.

Not asked 2003

2108

Sysmiss.

96

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Range of Invalid Data Values: 88

Summary Statistics: Valid 612 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q15b_2. Number of half siblings


Number of half siblings

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1

81

2.

2

44

3.

3

33

4.

4

7

5.

5

7

6.

6

3

7.

7

3

88.

Not asked 2003

2108

Sysmiss.

530

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-7

Range of Invalid Data Values: 88

Summary Statistics: Valid 178 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q15b_3. Number of "step"- or fostersiblings


Antal "styv"- eller fostersyskon

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

25

2.

15

3.

17

4.

7

5.

2

6.

1

7.

1

8.

1

88.

Not asked 2003

2108

Sysmiss.

639

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Range of Invalid Data Values: 88

Summary Statistics: Valid 69 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q16a. R has moved away from parental home


Have you moved away from your parental home to live by yourself or with friends or a partner?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

557

2.

No

56

8.

Not asked 2003

2108

9.

Missing

95

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 613 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q16b. Age when R moved away from parental home


How old were you when you moved away from your parental home for the first time?

Value

Label

Frequency

12.

12

1

14.

14

2

15.

15

12

16.

16

44

17.

17

34

18.

18

88

19.

19

198

20.

20

153

21.

21

73

22.

22

40

23.

23

2

25.

25

1

88.

Not asked 2003

2108

Sysmiss.

60

Range of Valid Data Values: 12-25

Range of Invalid Data Values: 88

Summary Statistics: Valid 648 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q17a_1. Mother as parent


If you think back to your childhood and adolescence, how would you rate your mother and father as parents? - Mother

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Bad

47

2.

2

90

3.

3

301

4.

4

946

5.

5 - Very good

1394

6.

Does not apply

15

9.

Missing

23

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 6, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2778 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q17a_2. Father as parent


If you think back to your childhood and adolescence, how would you rate your mother and father as parents? - Father

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Bad

146

2.

2

211

3.

3

411

4.

4

884

5.

5 - Very good

1075

6.

Does not apply

58

9.

Missing

31

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 6, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2727 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q17b_1. Stepmother as parent


If you lived with a stepfather or stepmother, do the same evaluation for them? - Stepmother

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Bad

39

2.

2

33

3.

3

46

4.

4

35

5.

5 - Very good

21

9.

Missing/does not apply

2642

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q17b_2. Stepfather as parent


If you lived with a stepfather or stepmother, do the same evaluation for them? - Stepfather

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Bad

52

2.

2

52

3.

3

56

4.

4

102

5.

5 - Very good

64

9.

Missing/does not apply

2490

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q18. Fights when R grew up


Where there fights or serious discord in your family when you grew up?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

190

2.

Perhaps

111

3.

No

403

8.

Not asked 2003

2108

9.

Missing

4

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q19_1. Fight between biologocal parents


Between whom were there fights? - Between my biological parents

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

204

8.

Not asked 2003

2108

Sysmiss.

504

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2312 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q19_2. Fight between one biological- and one stepparent


Between whom were there fights? - Between one biological parent and one stepparent

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

26

8.

Not asked 2003

2108

Sysmiss.

682

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2134 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q19_3. Fight between R and one/both parents


Between whom were there fights? - Between me and one or both biological parent

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

100

8.

Not asked 2003

2108

Sysmiss.

608

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2208 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q19_4. Fight between R and stepmother/stepfather


Between whom were there fights? - Between me and stepmother or stepfather

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

33

8.

Not asked 2003

2108

Sysmiss.

675

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2141 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q19_5. Fight between siblings/other


Between whom were there fights? - Between siblings or other

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

80

8.

Not asked 2003

2108

Sysmiss.

628

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2188 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q20a. Father's occupation while R was growing up (SEI)


What was your father's (or stepfather's) main occupation or economic activity while you were growing up? - Occupation

Value

Label

Frequency

11.

176

12.

328

21.

502

22.

33

33.

41

36.

207

46.

494

56.

331

57.

68

60.

22

75.

48

76.

165

79.

184

89.

83

91.

1

92.

3

93.

7

95.

5

98.

1

99.

29

Sysmiss.

88

Range of Valid Data Values: 11-99

Summary Statistics: Valid 2728 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q20b. Was he...


What was your father's (or stepfather's) main occupation or economic activity while you were growing up? - Was he...

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Employee

2158

2.

Self-employed with employees

251

3.

Self employed without employees

225

4.

Farmer

81

9.

Missing

101

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q21a. Mother worked before R started school


Did your mother work outside the home when you were growing up? - Before you started school

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Full-time

261

2.

Part-time

199

3.

Yes, but don't know how much

146

4.

No, not at all

68

5.

Don't remember

29

8.

Not asked 2003

2108

9.

Missing

5

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q21b. Mother worked while R were in school


Did your mother work outside the home when you were growing up? - While you were in school

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Full-time

382

2.

Part-time

171

3.

Yes, but don't know how much

101

4.

No, not at all

33

5.

Don't remember

11

8.

Not asked 2003

2108

9.

Missing

10

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q22a. Mother's education


What is your mother's and father's level of education? - Mother

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Compulsary school or lower

123

2.

Vocational education

139

3.

Girls' school

30

4.

Upper secondary, theoretical

48

5.

Post-gymnasium

135

6.

College without degree

32

7.

College with degree

132

8.

Don't know/does not apply

57

9.

Missing

12

88.

Not asked 2003

2108

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-88

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q22b. Father's education


What is your mother's and father's level of education? - Father

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Compulsary school or lower

160

2.

Vocational education

142

3.

Junior secondary school

17

4.

Upper secondary, theoretical

67

5.

Post-gymnasium

34

6.

College without degree

39

7.

College with degree

149

8.

Don't know/does not apply

83

9.

Missing

17

88.

Not asked 2003

2108

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-88

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q23_1. Contact with mother


How often are you in contact with your parents/stepparents today? - Contact with mother

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Very often

1550

2.

Rather often

957

3.

Rarely

147

4.

Sporadically or never

43

5.

Dead/does not apply

102

9.

Missing

17

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q23_2. Contact with father


How often are you in contact with your parents/stepparents today? - Contact with father

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Very often

1084

2.

Rather often

1085

3.

Rarely

246

4.

Sporadically or never

133

5.

Dead/does not apply

242

9.

Missing

26

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q23_3. Contact with stepmother


How often are you in contact with your parents/stepparents today? - Contact with stepmother

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Very often

22

2.

Rather often

64

3.

Rarely

70

4.

Sporadically or never

46

5.

Dead/does not apply

907

9.

Missing

1707

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q23_4.Contact with stepfather


How often are you in contact with your parents/stepparents today? - Contact with stepfather

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Very often

66

2.

Rather often

111

3.

Rarely

62

4.

Sporadically or never

53

5.

Dead/does not apply

895

9.

Missing

1629

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q24. Economic help from relative


During the last year, have you received economic assistance from your parents or other close relatives?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes, some/occasionally

1186

2.

Yes, a lot/often

380

3.

No

1225

9.

Missing

25

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q25_1. R would talk to mother about personal problems


How likely are you to talk with your parents about any personal problems that you have? - Talk to mother

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Very likely

1413

2.

Somewhat likely

977

3.

Unlikely

260

4.

Does not apply

141

9.

Missing

25

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q25_2. R would talk to father about personal problems


How likely are you to talk with your parents about any personal problems that you have? - Talk to father

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Very likely

794

2.

Somewhat likely

1148

3.

Unlikely

506

4.

Does not apply

317

9.

Missing

51

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q25_3. R would talk to stepmother about personal problems


How likely are you to talk with your parents about any personal problems that you have? - Talk to stepmother

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Very likely

23

2.

Somewhat likely

54

3.

Unlikely

78

4.

Does not apply

901

9.

Missing

1760

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q25_4. R would talk to stepfather about personal problems


How likely are you to talk with your parents about any personal problems that you have? - Talk to stepfather

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Very likely

43

2.

Somewhat likely

90

3.

Unlikely

104

4.

Does not apply

887

9.

Missing

1692

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q26a_1. Vacation with parents


Have you, during the last 12 months, spent vacation with... - Parents

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

951

8.

Not asked

708

Sysmiss.

1157

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 1659 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q26a_2. Vacation with siblings


Have you, during the last 12 months, spent vacation with... - Siblings

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

800

8.

Not asked

708

Sysmiss.

1308

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 1508 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q26a_3. Vacation with partner's parents


Have you, during the last 12 months, spent vacation with... - Partner's parents

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

585

8.

Not asked

708

Sysmiss.

1523

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 1293 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q26a_4. Vacation with friends


Have you, during the last 12 months, spent vacation with... - Friends

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

1140

8.

Not asked

708

Sysmiss.

968

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 1848 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q26b_1. Holidays with parents


Have you, during the last 12 months, celebrated Christmas or other holidays with... - Parents

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

1867

8.

Not asked

708

Sysmiss.

241

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2575 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q26b_2. Holidays with siblings


Have you, during the last 12 months, celebrated Christmas or other holidays with... - Siblings

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

1561

8.

Not asked

708

Sysmiss.

547

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2269 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q26b_3. Holidays with partner's parents


Have you, during the last 12 months, celebrated Christmas or other holidays with... - Partner's parents

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

1187

8.

Not asked

708

Sysmiss.

921

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 1895 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q26b_4. Holidays with friends


Have you, during the last 12 months, celebrated Christmas or other holidays with... - Friends

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

714

8.

Not asked

708

Sysmiss.

1394

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 1422 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q26c_1. Birthday with parents


Have you, during the last 12 months, celebrated your birthday with... - Parents

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

1628

8.

Not asked

708

Sysmiss.

480

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2336 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q26c_2. Birthday with siblings


Have you, during the last 12 months, celebrated your birthday with... - Siblings

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

1373

8.

Not asked

708

Sysmiss.

735

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2081 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q26c_3. Birthday with parents


Have you, during the last 12 months, celebrated your birthday with... - Parents

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

929

8.

Not asked

708

Sysmiss.

1179

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 1637 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q26c_4. Birthday with friends


Have you, during the last 12 months, celebrated your birthday with... - Friends

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

1402

8.

Not asked

708

Sysmiss.

706

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2110 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q27. Any parent active in religious congregation


Is any of your parents active in the Swedish state church or some other religious congregation?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Mother

24

2.

Father

15

3.

No

606

4.

Don't know

17

8.

Not asked 2003

2108

9.

Missing

46

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q28a. Importance of religion - Mother


How important would you say that religion is in your parents' lives - Mother

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Very important

43

2.

Rather important

69

3.

Of little or no importance

529

4.

Don't know/doesn't apply

61

8.

Not asked 2003

2108

9.

Missing

6

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q28b. Importance of religion - Father


How important would you say that religion is in your parents' lives - Father

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Very important

37

2.

Rather important

36

3.

Of little or no importance

553

4.

Don't know/doesn't apply

76

8.

Not asked 2003

2108

9.

Missing

6

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q29. Most of R:s friends are


Would you say that the most of your friends are single, cohabiting or married?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Singel

827

2.

Cohabiting

1484

3.

Married

416

9.

Missing

89

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q30. R is/has been married or cohabiting


Are you married or cohabiting or have you been married or cohabiting before?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

2044

2.

No

735

9.

Missing

37

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q31a_1. Year when R moved in together with partner, first time


State year and month of moving in together, of marriage (if appropriate) and of moving apart. - First time: Moving in together - Year

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-9999

Summary Statistics: Valid 1826 ; Min. 0 ; Max. 9999 ; Mean 2003.5 ; StDev 268.956

Variable Format: numeric


Q31a_2. Month when R moved in together with partner, first time


State year and month of moving in together, of marriage (if appropriate) and of moving apart. - First time: Moving in together - Month (If you don't remember month, put winter, spring, summer or autumn)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

152

2.

February

88

3.

March

81

4.

April

107

5.

May

121

6.

June

194

7.

July

71

8.

August

218

9.

September

130

10.

October

103

11.

November

71

12.

December

83

21.

Winter

55

22.

Spring

130

23.

Summer

71

24.

Autumn

122

Sysmiss.

1019

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-24

Summary Statistics: Valid 1797 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q31a_3. Year if appropriate of marriage, first time


State year and month of moving in together, of marriage (if appropriate) and of moving apart. - First time: Marriage if appropriate - Year

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

1

1987.

2

1988.

4

1989.

8

1990.

10

1991.

21

1992.

24

1993.

21

1994.

25

1995.

39

1996.

38

1997.

40

1998.

52

1999.

39

2000.

58

2001.

38

2002.

55

2003.

34

2005.

1

2006.

1

2008.

1

Sysmiss.

2304

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-2008

Summary Statistics: Valid 512 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q31a_4. Month if appropriate of marriage, first time


State year and month of moving in together, of marriage (if appropriate) and of moving apart. - First time: Marriage if appropriate - Month (If you don't remember month, put winter, spring, summer or autumn)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

11

2.

February

15

3.

March

13

4.

April

15

5.

May

50

6.

June

100

7.

July

95

8.

August

99

9.

September

39

10.

October

20

11.

November

13

12.

December

20

21.

Winter

5

22.

Spring

4

23.

Summer

4

24.

Autumn

4

Sysmiss.

2309

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-24

Summary Statistics: Valid 507 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q31a_5. Year when R and partner moved apart, first time


State year and month of moving in together, of marriage (if appropriate) and of moving apart. - First time: Moving apart - Year

Value

Label

Frequency

1985.

1

1987.

3

1988.

6

1989.

17

1990.

17

1991.

24

1992.

31

1993.

33

1994.

33

1995.

47

1996.

38

1997.

47

1998.

37

1999.

53

2000.

78

2001.

83

2002.

85

2003.

34

Sysmiss.

2149

Range of Valid Data Values: 1985-2003

Summary Statistics: Valid 667 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q31a_6. Month when R and partner moved apart, first time


State year and month of moving in together, of marriage (if appropriate) and of moving apart. - First time: Moving apart - Month (If you don't remember month, put winter, spring, summer or autumn)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

45

2.

February

33

3.

March

40

4.

April

33

5.

May

66

6.

June

62

7.

July

33

8.

August

39

9.

September

45

10.

October

25

11.

November

22

12.

December

33

21.

Winter

31

22.

Spring

68

23.

Summer

36

24.

Autumn

45

Sysmiss.

2160

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-24

Summary Statistics: Valid 656 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q31b_1. Year when R moved in together with partner, second time


State year and month of moving in together, of marriage (if appropriate) and of moving apart. - Second time: Moving in together - Year

Value

Label

Frequency

1985.

1

1987.

1

1988.

1

1989.

5

1990.

6

1991.

12

1992.

20

1993.

22

1994.

28

1995.

26

1996.

33

1997.

24

1998.

43

1999.

48

2000.

48

2001.

58

2002.

60

2003.

26

9999.

1

Sysmiss.

2353

Range of Valid Data Values: 1985-9999

Summary Statistics: Valid 463 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q31b_2. Month when R moved in together with partner, second time


State year and month of moving in together, of marriage (if appropriate) and of moving apart. - Second time: Moving in together - Month (If you don't remember month, put winter, spring, summer or autumn)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

31

2.

February

24

3.

March

23

4.

April

26

5.

May

40

6.

June

39

7.

July

17

8.

August

26

9.

September

31

10.

October

22

11.

November

21

12.

December

37

21.

Winter

20

22.

Spring

42

23.

Summar

24

24.

Autumn

28

Sysmiss.

2365

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-24

Summary Statistics: Valid 451 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q31b_3. Year if appropriate of marriage, second time


State year and month of moving in together, of marriage (if appropriate) and of moving apart. - Second time: Marriage if appropriate - Year

Value

Label

Frequency

1989.

1

1992.

2

1993.

4

1994.

2

1995.

4

1996.

5

1997.

3

1998.

3

1999.

6

2000.

18

2001.

11

2002.

14

2003.

10

2004.

2

Sysmiss.

2731

Range of Valid Data Values: 1989-2004

Summary Statistics: Valid 85 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q31b_4. Month if appropriate of marriage, second time


State year and month of moving in together, of marriage (if appropriate) and of moving apart. - Second time: Marriage if appropriate - Month (If you don't remember month, put winter, spring, summer or autumn)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

1

2.

February

1

3.

March

2

4.

April

6

5.

May

12

6.

June

12

7.

July

14

8.

August

17

9.

September

5

11.

November

6

12.

December

4

21.

Winter

1

22.

Spring

3

23.

Summer

1

24.

Autumn

0

Sysmiss.

2731

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-24

Summary Statistics: Valid 85 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q31b_5. Year when R and partner moved apart, second time


State year and month of moving in together, of marriage (if appropriate) and of moving apart. - Second time: Moving apart - Year

Value

Label

Frequency

1988.

1

1990.

1

1991.

1

1992.

2

1993.

2

1994.

9

1995.

8

1996.

9

1997.

16

1998.

13

1999.

17

2000.

19

2001.

25

2002.

22

2003.

11

Sysmiss.

2660

Range of Valid Data Values: 1988-2003

Summary Statistics: Valid 156 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q31b_6. Month when R and partner moved apart, second time


State year and month of moving in together, of marriage (if appropriate) and of moving apart. - Second time: Moving apart - Month (If you don't remember month, put winter, spring, summer or autumn)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

9

2.

February

6

3.

March

4

4.

April

8

5.

May

9

6.

June

9

7.

July

7

8.

August

15

9.

September

7

10.

October

11

11.

November

4

12.

December

11

21.

Winter

12

22.

Spring

21

23.

Summer

5

24.

Autumn

12

Sysmiss.

2666

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-24

Summary Statistics: Valid 150 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q31c_1. Year when R moved in together with partner, third time


State year and month of moving in together, of marriage (if appropriate) and of moving apart. - Third time: Moving in together - Year

Value

Label

Frequency

1992.

1

1993.

1

1994.

2

1995.

7

1996.

6

1997.

8

1998.

7

1999.

9

2000.

10

2001.

18

2002.

20

2003.

9

Sysmiss.

2718

Range of Valid Data Values: 1992-2003

Summary Statistics: Valid 98 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q31c_2. Month when R moved in together with partner, third time


State year and month of moving in together, of marriage (if appropriate) and of moving apart. - Third time: Moving in together - Month (If you don't remember month, put winter, spring, summer or autumn)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

5

2.

February

7

3.

March

3

4.

April

7

5.

May

7

6.

June

8

7.

July

7

8.

August

5

9.

September

5

10.

October

2

11.

November

3

12.

December

7

21.

Winter

4

22.

Spring

4

23.

Summer

7

24.

Autumn

11

Sysmiss.

2724

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-24

Summary Statistics: Valid 92 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q31c_3. Year if appropriate of marriage, third time


State year and month of moving in together, of marriage (if appropriate) and of moving apart. - Third time: Marriage if appropriate - Year

Value

Label

Frequency

1999.

3

2000.

3

2001.

2

2002.

4

2003.

4

Sysmiss.

2800

Range of Valid Data Values: 1999-2003

Summary Statistics: Valid 16 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q31c_4. Month if appropriate of marriage, third time


State year and month of moving in together, of marriage (if appropriate) and of moving apart. - Third time: Marriage if appropriate - Month (If you don't remember month, put winter, spring, summer or autumn)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

1

2.

February

1

4.

April

1

5.

May

1

6.

June

4

7.

July

1

8.

August

3

9.

September

1

10.

October

2

11.

November

1

21.

Winter

0

22.

Spring

0

23.

Summer

0

24.

Autumn

0

Sysmiss.

2800

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-24

Summary Statistics: Valid 16 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q31c_5. Year when R and partner moved apart, third time


State year and month of moving in together, of marriage (if appropriate) and of moving apart. - Third time: Moving apart - Year

Value

Label

Frequency

1995.

1

1996.

2

1997.

1

1998.

2

1999.

3

2000.

1

2001.

3

2002.

6

2003.

8

Sysmiss.

2789

Range of Valid Data Values: 1995-2003

Summary Statistics: Valid 27 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q31c_6. Month when R and partner moved apart, third time


State year and month of moving in together, of marriage (if appropriate) and of moving apart. - Third time: Moving apart - Month (If you don't remember month, put winter, spring, summer or autumn)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

1

2.

February

1

3.

March

2

4.

April

2

5.

May

5

6.

June

1

7.

July

1

8.

August

1

10.

October

1

11.

November

2

21.

Winter

2

22.

Spring

5

23.

Summer

1

24.

Autumn

1

Sysmiss.

2790

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-24

Summary Statistics: Valid 26 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q32. R is in a live-apart relationship

Continue to question 35 if you live together with a partner.


Do you have a relationship with someone whom you don't live with?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

410

2.

No

1108

9.

Missing/doesn't apply

1298

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q33. Length of live-apart relationship


How long have you been together?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

< 3 months

86

2.

3-12 months

144

3.

1-3 years

128

4.

> 3 years

98

9.

Missing/doesn't apply

2360

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q34. R will start cohabiting with partner


Do you think you will start cohabiting within the coming year?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes, probably

126

2.

No, unlikely

159

3.

Don't know

132

9.

Missing/doesn't apply

2399

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q35a. R has biological children


Do you have any biological children? - No/yes

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

No

1763

2.

Yes

1013

9.

Missing

40

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q35b. Number of biological children


Do you have any biological children? - Number of children

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1

444

2.

2

436

3.

3

112

4.

4

17

5.

5

4

Sysmiss.

1803

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Summary Statistics: Valid 1013 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q36a. Children in respondents household


Are there any children in your household? - Yes/no

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

1043

2.

No

1748

9.

Missing

25

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q36b. Number of children in household


Are there any children in your household? - Number of children

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

One

432

2.

Two

434

3.

Three

129

4.

Four

34

5.

Five or more

13

9.

Missing/doesn't apply

1774

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q37a_1. Year of birth, child 1


When were the children born? Are they boys or girls? - Child 1: Year of birth

Value

Label

Frequency

1981.

2

1982.

1

1983.

1

1985.

3

1986.

10

1987.

10

1988.

10

1989.

22

1990.

31

1991.

47

1992.

39

1993.

60

1994.

55

1995.

62

1996.

64

1997.

69

1998.

71

1999.

83

2000.

96

2001.

127

2002.

139

2003.

41

9999.

1

Sysmiss.

1772

Range of Valid Data Values: 1981-9999

Summary Statistics: Valid 1044 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q37a_2. Month, child 1


When were the children born? Are they boys or girls? - Child 1: Month

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

87

2.

February

91

3.

March

94

4.

April

106

5.

May

85

6.

June

82

7.

July

77

8.

August

83

9.

September

83

10.

October

82

11.

November

95

12.

December

72

Sysmiss.

1779

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Summary Statistics: Valid 1037 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q37a_3. Gender, child 1


When were the children born? Are they boys or girls? - Child 1: Gender

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Boy

567

2.

Girl

474

Sysmiss.

1775

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Summary Statistics: Valid 1041 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q37a_4. Child 1 is


When were the children born? Are they boys or girls? - Child 1 is...

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Respondent's and partner's child

803

2.

Respondent's but not partner's child

155

3.

Partner's but not respondent's child

74

4.

Adoptive child

2

5.

Foster-child

1

9.

2

Sysmiss.

1779

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1037 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q37b_1. Year of birth, child 2


When were the children born? Are they boys or girls? - Child 2: Year of birth

Value

Label

Frequency

1979.

1

1983.

2

1984.

1

1985.

3

1987.

1

1988.

2

1989.

4

1990.

8

1991.

14

1992.

16

1993.

35

1994.

33

1995.

35

1996.

42

1997.

42

1998.

68

1999.

54

2000.

59

2001.

72

2002.

75

2003.

51

Sysmiss.

2198

Range of Valid Data Values: 1979-2003

Summary Statistics: Valid 618 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q37b_2. Month, child 2


When were the children born? Are they boys or girls? - Child 2: Month

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

44

2.

February

52

3.

March

58

4.

April

68

5.

May

58

6.

June

53

7.

July

61

8.

August

59

9.

September

32

10.

October

35

11.

November

44

12.

December

50

Sysmiss.

2202

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Summary Statistics: Valid 614 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q37b_3. Gender, child 2


When were the children born? Are they boys or girls? - Child 2: Gender

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Boy

316

2.

Girl

287

Sysmiss.

2213

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Summary Statistics: Valid 603 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q37b_4. Child 2 is


When were the children born? Are they boys or girls? - Child 2 is...

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Respondent's and partner's child

503

2.

Respondent's but not partner's child

63

3.

Partner's but not respondent's child

43

4.

Adoptive child

1

5.

Foster-child

2

Sysmiss.

2204

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Summary Statistics: Valid 612 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q37c_1. Year of birth, child 3


When were the children born? Are they boys or girls? - Child 3: Year of birth

Value

Label

Frequency

1982.

1

1985.

1

1986.

1

1987.

1

1988.

2

1989.

1

1990.

3

1991.

3

1992.

6

1993.

5

1994.

12

1995.

12

1996.

8

1997.

14

1998.

8

1999.

17

2000.

16

2001.

18

2002.

25

2003.

22

Sysmiss.

2640

Range of Valid Data Values: 1982-2003

Summary Statistics: Valid 176 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q37c_2. Month, child 3


When were the children born? Are they boys or girls? - Child 3: Month

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

18

2.

February

12

3.

March

13

4.

April

21

5.

May

12

6.

June

10

7.

July

12

8.

August

13

9.

September

18

10.

October

19

11.

November

13

12.

December

14

Sysmiss.

2641

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Summary Statistics: Valid 175 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q37c_3. Gender, child 3


When were the children born? Are they boys or girls? - Child 3: Gender

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Boy

89

2.

Girl

85

Sysmiss.

2642

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Summary Statistics: Valid 174 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q37c_4. Child 3 is


When were the children born? Are they boys or girls? - Child 3 is...

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Respondent's and partner's child

131

2.

Respondent's but not partner's child

13

3.

Partner's but not respondent's child

28

4.

Adoptive child

0

5.

Foster-child

2

Sysmiss.

2642

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Summary Statistics: Valid 174 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q37d_1. Year of birth, child 4


When were the children born? Are they boys or girls? - Child 4: Year of birth

Value

Label

Frequency

1984.

1

1987.

1

1988.

2

1989.

2

1990.

2

1993.

2

1994.

4

1995.

3

1996.

3

1997.

5

1998.

5

1999.

1

2000.

3

2001.

4

2002.

8

2003.

2

Sysmiss.

2768

Range of Valid Data Values: 1984-2003

Summary Statistics: Valid 48 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q37d_2. Month, child 4


When were the children born? Are they boys or girls? - Child 4: Month

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

0

2.

February

3

3.

March

10

4.

April

4

5.

May

3

6.

June

5

7.

July

4

8.

August

7

9.

September

4

10.

October

4

11.

November

1

12.

December

2

Sysmiss.

2769

Range of Valid Data Values: 2-12

Summary Statistics: Valid 47 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q37d_3. Gender, child 4


When were the children born? Are they boys or girls? - Child 4: Gender

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Boy

22

2.

Girl

25

Sysmiss.

2769

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Summary Statistics: Valid 47 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q37d_4. Child 4 is


When were the children born? Are they boys or girls? - Child 4: is...

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Respondent's and partner's child

27

2.

Respondent's but not partner's child

7

3.

Partner's but not respondent's child

14

4.

Adoptive child

0

5.

Foster-child

0

Sysmiss.

2768

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Summary Statistics: Valid 48 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q38. Biological children not living with R


Do you have biological children whom you don't live with (or has deceased)?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

No

2702

2.

Yes

30

9.

Missing

84

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q38a_1. Year of birth, biological child 1, not in hh


Children not living with you - Biological child 1: Year of birth

Value

Label

Frequency

1981.

1

1987.

1

1988.

2

1989.

1

1991.

3

1992.

1

1993.

1

1994.

3

1995.

4

1996.

2

1999.

2

2000.

1

2002.

3

2003.

3

9999.

1

Sysmiss.

2787

Range of Valid Data Values: 1981-9999

Summary Statistics: Valid 29 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q38a_2. Month, biological child 1, not in hh


Children not living with you - Biological child 1: Month

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

3

2.

February

3

3.

March

2

4.

April

4

5.

May

3

6.

June

0

7.

July

5

8.

August

3

9.

September

1

10.

October

3

11.

November

1

12.

December

1

Sysmiss.

2787

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Summary Statistics: Valid 29 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q38a_3. Living, biological child 1, not in hh


Children not living with you - Biological child 1: Living

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

With other parent

16

2.

Died

12

Sysmiss.

2788

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Summary Statistics: Valid 28 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q38a_4. Gender, biological child 1, not in hh


Children not living with you - Biological child 1: Gender

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Boy

21

2.

Girl

6

Sysmiss.

2789

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Summary Statistics: Valid 27 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q38b_1. Year of birth, biological child 2, not in hh


Children not living with you - Biological child 2: Year of birth

Value

Label

Frequency

1993.

1

1995.

2

1996.

1

1997.

1

1999.

1

Sysmiss.

2810

Range of Valid Data Values: 1993-1999

Summary Statistics: Valid 6 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q38b_2. Month, biological child 2, not in hh


Children not living with you - Biological child 2: Month

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1

2.

1

3.

1

8.

1

9.

1

10.

1

Sysmiss.

2810

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-10

Summary Statistics: Valid 6 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q38b_3. Living, biological child 2, not in hh


Children not living with you - Biological child 2: Living

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

With other parent

6

2.

Died

0

Sysmiss.

2810

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Summary Statistics: Valid 6 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q38b_4. Gender, biological child 2, not in hh


Children not living with you - Biological child 1: Gender

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Boy

2

2.

Girl

2

Sysmiss.

2812

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Summary Statistics: Valid 4 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q39. More children in the future


Do you think you will have children in the future? (If you already have children specify if you think you will get more children)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

1680

2.

Maybe

678

3.

No

445

9.

Missing

13

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q40. How many more children in the future


As things stand today, how many (more) children do you want? (Don't include the children you already have!)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

One

549

2.

Two

1115

3.

Three

336

4.

Four or more

48

5.

Don't know

297

9.

Not specified/not relevant

471

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q41. When next child?


When do you think you will have your first/next child?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

< 2 years

611

2.

2-5 years

878

3.

> 5 years

430

4.

Don't know

428

9.

Not specified

469

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q42_1. Permanent work

Here are some questions about economic activity and work


What is your current occupation? - Permanent work

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

1600

Sysmiss.

1216

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 1600 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q42_2. Casual work


What is your current occupation? - Casual work

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

390

Sysmiss.

2426

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 390 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q42_3. Self employed


What is your current occupation? - Own business, free-lance or similar

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

145

Sysmiss.

2671

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 145 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q42_4. Studies


What is your current occupation? - Studies

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

613

Sysmiss.

2203

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 613 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q42_5. Employement measures


What is your current occupation? - Employement measures (AMS-education etc.)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

16

Sysmiss.

2800

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 16 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q42_6. Unemployed 6 months or more


What is your current occupation? - Unemployed 6 months or more

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

57

Sysmiss.

2759

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 57 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q42_7. Unemployed less than 6 months


What is your current occupation? - Unemployed less than 6 months

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

82

Sysmiss.

2734

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 82 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q42_8. Parental leave


What is your current occupation? - Parental leave

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

228

Sysmiss.

2588

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 228 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q42_9. Housekeeping (full-time)


What is your current occupation? - Housekeeping (full-time)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Markerat

11

Sysmiss.

2805

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 11 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q42_10. Military service


What is your current occupation? - Military service

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

4

Sysmiss.

2812

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 4 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q42_11. Other occupation


What is your current occupation? - Other

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Markerat

147

Sysmiss.

2669

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 147 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q42txt. Comment


What is your current occupation? - Comment

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

47

Sysmiss.

2769

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 47 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q43a. Work hours/week


How many hours per week do you work right now? - Hours per week

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-98

Summary Statistics: Valid 2092 ; Min. 0 ; Max. 98 ; Mean 37.547 ; StDev 10.874

Variable Format: numeric


Q43b. Don't work right now


How many hours per week do you work right now? - Don't work

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

694

Sysmiss.

2122

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 694 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q44. Education R is studying for

Answer this question if you are currently studying


What degree are you studying for?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

High school or similar

63

2.

College

569

3.

Other

86

9.

Missing/does not apply

2098

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q44txt. Comment available


What degree are you studying for? - Comment

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

19

Sysmiss.

2797

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 19 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q45_1. Employment (full time)- number of months since last survey


During the last four years how long was your main activity... (Total 48 months since the survey in April-May 1999) - Employment (full time): Number of months

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 month

2

2.

2 months

7

3.

3 months

15

4.

4 months

13

5.

5 months

10

6.

6 months

27

7.

7 months

10

8.

8 months

12

9.

9 months

15

10.

10 months

24

11.

11 months

6

12.

12 months

72

13.

13 months

6

14.

14 months

15

15.

15 months

12

16.

16 months

11

17.

17 months

8

18.

18 months

35

19.

19 months

10

20.

20 months

14

21.

21 months

8

22.

22 months

9

23.

23 months

8

24.

24 months

89

25.

25 months

6

26.

26 months

10

27.

27 months

10

28.

28 months

25

29.

29 months

16

30.

30 months

46

31.

31 months

9

32.

32 months

20

33.

33 months

19

34.

34 months

7

35.

35 months

8

36.

36 months

111

37.

37 months

5

38.

38 months

23

39.

39 months

18

40.

40 months

41

41.

41 months

8

42.

42 months

27

43.

43 months

18

44.

44 months

29

45.

45 months

19

46.

46 months

33

47.

47 months

25

48.

48 months

678

888.

Not asked

708

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-888

Summary Statistics: Valid 2357 ; Min. 1 ; Max. 888

Variable Format: numeric


Q45_2. Employment (part time)- number of months since last survey


During the last four years how long was your main activity... (Total 48 months since the survey in April-May 1999) - Employment (part time): Number of months

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 month

11

2.

2 months

11

3.

3 months

16

4.

4 months

21

5.

5 months

12

6.

6 months

34

7.

7 months

7

8.

8 months

21

9.

9 months

6

10.

10 months

20

11.

11 months

2

12.

12 months

48

13.

13 months

2

14.

14 months

6

15.

15 months

9

16.

16 months

4

17.

17 months

4

18.

18 months

11

19.

19 months

5

20.

20 months

11

21.

21 months

4

22.

22 months

3

23.

23 months

3

24.

24 months

31

25.

25 months

2

26.

26 months

4

27.

27 months

1

28.

28 months

8

30.

30 months

10

31.

31 months

1

32.

32 months

8

33.

33 months

6

34.

34 months

1

35.

35 months

2

36.

36 months

21

38.

38 months

6

39.

39 months

1

40.

40 months

9

41.

41 months

3

42.

42 months

2

43.

43 months

2

44.

44 months

2

45.

45 months

5

46.

46 months

2

47.

47 months

2

48.

48 months

64

888.

Not asked

708

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-888

Summary Statistics: Valid 1172 ; Min. 1 ; Max. 888

Variable Format: numeric


Q45_3. Studies- number of months since last survey


During the last four years how long was your main activity... (Total 48 months since the survey in April-May 1999) - Studies: Number of months

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 month

7

2.

2 months

8

3.

3 months

7

4.

4 months

5

5.

5 months

8

6.

6 months

19

7.

7 months

7

8.

8 months

14

9.

9 months

13

10.

10 months

27

11.

11 months

3

12.

12 months

83

13.

13 months

8

14.

14 months

7

15.

15 months

22

16.

16 months

8

17.

17 months

4

18.

18 months

34

19.

19 months

7

20.

20 months

20

21.

21 months

3

22.

22 months

8

23.

23 months

5

24.

24 months

75

25.

25 months

7

26.

26 months

5

27.

27 months

10

28.

28 months

11

29.

29 months

3

30.

30 months

27

31.

31 months

8

32.

32 months

6

33.

33 months

8

34.

34 months

5

35.

35 months

6

36.

36 months

63

37.

37 months

1

38.

38 months

8

39.

39 months

5

40.

40 months

17

42.

42 months

12

43.

43 months

2

44.

44 months

3

45.

45 months

2

46.

46 months

2

47.

47 months

1

48.

48 months

62

888.

Not asked

708

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-888

Summary Statistics: Valid 1384 ; Min. 1 ; Max. 888

Variable Format: numeric


Q45_4. Unemployment- number of months since last survey


During the last four years how long was your main activity... (Total 48 months since the survey in April-May 1999) - Unemployment: Number of months

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 month

26

2.

2 months

44

3.

3 months

34

4.

4 months

34

5.

5 months

18

6.

6 months

47

7.

7 months

5

8.

8 months

13

9.

9 months

12

10.

10 months

11

11.

11 months

5

12.

12 months

26

13.

13 months

1

14.

14 months

4

15.

15 months

2

16.

16 months

2

18.

18 months

7

19.

19 months

2

20.

20 months

1

22.

22 months

1

23.

23 months

1

24.

24 months

8

26.

26 months

2

30.

30 months

1

34.

34 months

1

36.

36 months

1

38.

38 months

2

39.

39 months

1

42.

42 months

2

48.

48 months

2

888.

Not asked

708

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-888

Summary Statistics: Valid 1024 ; Min. 1 ; Max. 888

Variable Format: numeric


Q45_5. Parental leave- number of months since last survey


During the last four years how long was your main activity... (Total 48 months since the survey in April-May 1999) - Parental leave: Number of months

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 month

26

2.

2 months

32

3.

3 months

21

4.

4 months

12

5.

5 months

11

6.

6 months

19

7.

7 months

9

8.

8 months

21

9.

9 months

20

10.

10 months

22

11.

11 months

7

12.

12 months

57

13.

13 months

9

14.

14 months

13

15.

15 months

23

16.

16 months

21

17.

17 months

8

18.

18 months

33

19.

19 months

3

20.

20 months

9

21.

21 months

2

22.

22 months

4

23.

23 months

6

24.

24 months

21

25.

25 months

5

26.

26 months

3

27.

27 months

3

28.

28 months

3

29.

29 months

2

30.

30 months

4

31.

31 months

1

33.

33 months

2

34.

34 months

3

35.

35 months

3

36.

36 months

5

37.

37 months

1

38.

38 months

4

40.

40 months

1

41.

41 months

1

42.

42 months

1

43.

43 months

1

45.

45 months

1

46.

46 months

1

48.

48 months

1

888.

Not asked

708

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-888

Summary Statistics: Valid 1163 ; Min. 1 ; Max. 888

Variable Format: numeric


Q46a. Occupation (SEI)


What is your occupation/post at work? Describe concisely your assignments!


If you don't work at the present, state your occupation/post at your latest work.

 

Value

Label

Frequency

11.

59

12.

577

21.

263

22.

188

33.

157

36.

244

46.

703

56.

316

57.

40

60.

2

75.

7

79.

6

89.

4

91.

2

92.

1

94.

1

99.

6

Sysmiss.

240

Range of Valid Data Values: 11-99

Summary Statistics: Valid 2576 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q46b. Have not yet had a job


I have not yet had a job

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

101

Sysmiss.

2715

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 101 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q47_1. Current job - pays well

If you don't work at the moment, continue to question 50


What applies to your current job? - It pays well

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Applies

365

2.

Applies partially

1126

3.

Doesn't apply at all

715

9.

Missing/does not apply

610

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q47_2. Current job - often stressfull


What applies to your current job? - It is often stressfull

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Applies

815

2.

Applies partially

1202

3.

Doesn't apply at all

203

9.

Missing/does not apply

596

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q47_3. Current job - involves a lot of overtime work


What applies to your current job? - It involves a lot of overtime work

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Applies

346

2.

Applies partially

1064

3.

Doesn't apply at all

803

9.

Missing/does not apply

603

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q47_4. Current job - a lot of business travel


What applies to your current job? - it involves a lot of business travel

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Applies

185

2.

Applies partially

455

3.

Doesn't apply at all

1575

9.

Missing/does not apply

601

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q47_5. Current job - a lot of inconvenient working hours


What applies to your current job? - It involves work at night, in the evenings and/or weekends

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Applies

580

2.

Applies partially

679

3.

Doesn't apply at all

959

9.

Missing/does not apply

598

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q47_6. Current job - good career possibilities


What applies to your current job? - It provides good career possibilities

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Applies

260

2.

Applies partially

869

3.

Doesn't apply at all

1077

9.

Missing/does not apply

610

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q47_7. Current job - good opportunities to develop competence


What applies to your current job? - It provides good opportunities to develop competence

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Applies

489

2.

Applies partially

1073

3.

Doesn't apply at all

636

9.

Missing/does not apply

618

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q47_8. Current job - satisfaction of doing a good job


What applies to your current job? - It provides the satisfaction of doing a good job

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Applies

908

2.

Applies partially

992

3.

Doesn't apply at all

307

9.

Missing/does not apply

609

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q47_9. Current job - good social enviroment with fellow workers


What applies to your current job? - It provides a good social environment with your fellow workers

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Applies

1398

2.

Applies partially

696

3.

Doesn't apply at all

123

9.

Missing/does not apply

599

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q47_10. Current job - good possibilities to suit work situation to family life


What applies to your current job? - It provides good possibilities to suit the work situation to family life

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Applies

587

2.

Applies partially

1083

3.

Doesn't apply at all

541

9.

Missing/does not apply

605

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q47_11. Current job - long travel times to and from work


What applies to your current job? - It involves long travel times to and from work

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Applies

194

2.

Applies partially

407

3.

Doesn't apply at all

1610

9.

Missing/does not apply

605

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q48. Gender distribution at work place


What is the gender distribution at your work place?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Mostly women

802

2.

Mixed

672

3.

Mostly men

761

9.

Missing/does not apply

581

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q49. R invests in this job for the future


Do you invest in this job for the future?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

751

2.

Perhaps

689

3.

No

544

4.

Don't know

251

9.

Missing/does not apply

581

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q50. Income during 2002


What was your income during 2002?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

<100 000 SEK

643

2.

100 000 -200 000 SEK

851

3.

200 000 -250 000 SEK

592

4.

250 000 -300 000 SEK

357

5.

300 000 -400 000 SEK

223

6.

400 000 -500 000 SEK

65

7.

>500 000 SEK

30

9.

Missing

55

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q51. Importance of work in respondents life

This section includes statements about work, children, partner relationships and other things about which people may have differnt opinions. Choose for each statement the response alternate that comes closest to your own opinion.


How important is work in your life?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - One of the least important things in my life

33

2.

2

165

3.

3

865

4.

4

1237

5.

5 - One of the most important things in my life

458

6.

Don't know

22

9.

Missing

36

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q52_1. Good job - to think and act independently


What does a good job mean to you? - That I can think and act independently

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

6

2.

2

29

3.

3

251

4.

4

1034

5.

5 - Very important

1469

6.

Don't know

7

9.

Missing

20

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q52_2. Bra arbete - offers good possibilities to advance


What does a good job mean to you? - That it offers good possibilities to advance

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

78

2.

2

205

3.

3

730

4.

4

1024

5.

5 - Very important

736

6.

Don't know

20

9.

Missing

23

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q52_3. Bra arbete - proud of work


What does a good job mean to you? - That I can be proud of my work

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

23

2.

2

46

3.

3

322

4.

4

1011

5.

5 - Very important

1384

6.

Don't know

9

9.

Missing

21

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q52_4. Good job - useful for society


What does a good job mean to you? - That my work is useful for society

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

126

2.

2

344

3.

3

816

4.

4

898

5.

5 - Very important

575

6.

Don't know

38

9.

Missing

19

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q52_5. Good job - to meet a lot of people


What does a good job mean to you? - That I meet a lot of people

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

75

2.

2

218

3.

3

690

4.

4

992

5.

5 - Very important

815

6.

Don't know

4

9.

Missing

22

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q52_6. Good job - to avoid shift work or work overtime


What does a good job mean to you? - That I don't have to do shift work or work overtime

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

438

2.

2

534

3.

3

655

4.

4

533

5.

5 - Very important

597

6.

Don't know

35

9.

Missing

24

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q52_7. Good job - influence work situation


What does a good job mean to you? - That I can influence my work situation

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

8

2.

2

19

3.

3

229

4.

4

1027

5.

5 - Very important

1496

6.

Don't know

12

9.

Missing

25

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q52_8.Good job - high salary and/or other benefits


What does a good job mean to you? - That I get a high salary and/or other benefits

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

36

2.

2

100

3.

3

632

4.

4

1248

5.

5 - Very important

768

6.

Don't know

9

9.

Missing

23

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q52_9. Good job - possibility to help other people


What does a good job mean to you? - That I can help other people

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

96

2.

2

323

3.

3

756

4.

4

839

5.

5 - Very important

757

6.

Don't know

24

9.

Missing

21

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q52_10. Good job - many good work mates


What does a good job mean to you? - That I have many good work mates

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

17

2.

2

51

3.

3

272

4.

4

906

5.

5 - Very important

1543

6.

Don't know

5

9.

Missing

22

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q52_11. Good job - secure employment with regular income


What does a good job mean to you? - That I have a secure employment with a regular income

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

25

2.

2

95

3.

3

251

4.

4

783

5.

5 - Very important

1628

6.

Don't know

12

9.

Missing

22

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q52_12. Good job - no problem to take parental leave and/or work part-time


What does a good job mean to you? - That I can take parental leave and/or work part-time without facing difficulties at work

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

76

2.

2

111

3.

3

451

4.

4

736

5.

5 - Very important

1329

6.

Don't know

89

9.

Missing

24

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q52b. Most important for respondent


Which one of these is the most important for you?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

That I can think and act independently

491

2.

That it offers good possibilities to advance

45

3.

That I can be proud of my work

260

4.

That my work is useful for society

27

5.

That I meet a lot of people

42

6.

That I don't have to do shift work or work overtime

22

7.

That I can influence my work situation

271

8.

That I get a high salary and/or other benefits

160

9.

That I can help other people

135

10.

That I have many good work mates

421

11.

That I have a secure employment with a regular income

705

12.

That I can take parental leave and/or work part-time without facing difficulties at work

202

Sysmiss.

35

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Summary Statistics: Valid 2781 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q52c. Second most important for respondent


Which one is the second most important?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

That I can think and act independently

322

2.

That it offers good possibilities to advance

88

3.

That I can be proud of my work

199

4.

That my work is useful for society

50

5.

That I meet a lot of people

66

6.

That I don't have to do shift work or work overtime

56

7.

That I can influence my work situation

326

8.

That I get a high salary and/or other benefits

274

9.

That I can help other people

122

10.

That I have many good work mates

519

11.

That I have a secure employment with a regular income

476

12.

That I can take parental leave and/or work part-time without facing difficulties at work

274

Sysmiss.

44

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Summary Statistics: Valid 2772 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q53. Best arrangement for a family with preschool children


What do you think would be the best arrangement for a family with preschool children?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Only the man works

146

2.

Both work, woman works part-time

457

3.

Both work, man works part-time

10

4.

Both parents work roughly the same

2161

9.

Missing

42

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q54_1. If partner doesn't sufficiently contribute to the common economy


For what reasons do you think one can accept divorce/separation? (You can choose more than one of the following) - If the partner doesn't sufficiently contribute to the common economy

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

117

8.

Not asked

708

Sysmiss.

1991

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 825 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q54_2. If relationship requires too much time and attention


For what reasons do you think one can accept divorce/separation? (You can choose more than one of the following) - If the relationship requires too much time and attention

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

94

8.

Not asked

708

Sysmiss.

2014

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 802 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q54_3. If partner was unfaithful


For what reasons do you think one can accept divorce/separation? (You can choose more than one of the following) - If the partner was unfaithful

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

1708

8.

Not asked

708

Sysmiss.

400

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2416 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q54_4. If distribution of housework is unsatisfactory


For what reasons do you think one can accept divorce/separation? (You can choose more than one of the following) - If the distribution of housework is unsatisfactory

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

344

8.

Not asked

708

Sysmiss.

1764

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 1052 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q54_5. If feelings are over


For what reasons do you think one can accept divorce/separation? (You can choose more than one of the following) - If the feelings are over

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

1825

8.

Not asked

708

Sysmiss.

283

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2533 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q54_6. As long as there are no children


For what reasons do you think one can accept divorce/separation? (You can choose more than one of the following) - As long as you don't have children together

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

217

8.

Not asked

708

Sysmiss.

1891

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 925 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q54_7. If one of the partners want to


For what reasons do you think one can accept divorce/separation? (You can choose more than one of the following) - If one of the partners want to, regardless of reason

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

1295

8.

Not asked

708

Sysmiss.

813

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2003 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q54_8. Divorce/separation can't be accepted


For what reasons do you think one can accept divorce/separation? (You can choose more than one of the following) - Divorce/separation can't be accepted for any reason

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

13

8.

Not asked

708

Sysmiss.

2095

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Summary Statistics: Valid 721 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q55_1. Enjoy children


Here are some statements about children and family. What do you think? - I enjoy children

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

41

2.

2

122

3.

3

343

4.

4

755

5.

5 - Agree completely

1504

6.

Don't know

28

9.

Missing

23

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q55_2. Satisfied with life if good parent


Here are some statements about children and family. What do you think? - I think I can be satisfied with my life if I am a good parent

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

89

2.

2

144

3.

3

568

4.

4

1015

5.

5 - Agree completely

758

6.

Don't know

209

9.

Missing

33

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q55_3. Family is more rewarding than work


Here are some statements about children and family. What do you think? - Spending time with my family is more rewarding than work

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

20

2.

2

52

3.

3

389

4.

4

909

5.

5 - Agree completely

1193

6.

Don't know

228

9.

Missing

25

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q55_4. It is a duty to have children


Here are some statements about children and family. What do you think? - It is my duty to society and/or to my (extended) family to have children

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

1995

2.

2

395

3.

3

251

4.

4

76

5.

5 - Agree completely

35

6.

Don't know

34

9.

Missing

30

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q55_5. Children need siblings


Here are some statements about children and family. What do you think? - Children need siblings

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

254

2.

2

380

3.

3

642

4.

4

804

5.

5 - Agree completely

635

6.

Don't know

76

9.

Missing

25

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q55_6. Children confirmation of good partner relationship


Here are some statements about children and family. What do you think? - To have children is a confirmation of a good partner relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

1391

2.

2

417

3.

3

438

4.

4

310

5.

5 - Agree completely

145

6.

Don't know

86

9.

Missing

29

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q56_1. If children - can no longer do whatever one wants

Question for you who don't have any children


To become a parent can influence one's life in many different ways. What is your view of the following? - If I have children I can no longer do what I want

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

152

2.

2

287

3.

3

509

4.

4

524

5.

5 - Agree completely

267

6.

Don't know

21

8.

347

9.

Missing

709

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q56_2. If children - economic problems

Question for you who don't have any children


To become a parent can influence one's life in many different ways. What is your view of the following? - If I have children I (we) will have economic problems

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

277

2.

2

517

3.

3

609

4.

4

212

5.

5 - Agree completely

64

6.

Don't know

76

8.

347

9.

Missing

714

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q56_3. If children - little time for friends

Question for you who don't have any children


To become a parent can influence one's life in many different ways. What is your view of the following? - If I have children I will have little time for my friends

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

194

2.

2

478

3.

3

671

4.

4

285

5.

5 - Agree completely

65

6.

Don't know

58

8.

347

9.

Missing

718

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q56_4. If children - relationship with partner will improve

Question for you who don't have any children


To become a parent can influence one's life in many different ways. What is your view of the following? - If I have children my relationship with my partner will improve

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

215

2.

2

271

3.

3

548

4.

4

305

5.

5 - Agree completely

72

6.

Don't know

341

8.

347

9.

Missing

717

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q56_5. If children - life will be more meaningful

Question for you who don't have any children


To become a parent can influence one's life in many different ways. What is your view of the following? - If I have children my life will be more meaningful

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

110

2.

2

133

3.

3

321

4.

4

574

5.

5 - Agree completely

470

6.

Don't know

140

8.

347

9.

Missing

721

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q57_1. When children - could no longer do what I wanted

Question for you who already have children


To become a parent can influence one's life in many different ways. What was it like for you? - When I had children I could no longer do what I wanted

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

135

2.

2

171

3.

3

226

4.

4

234

5.

5 - Agree completely

152

6.

Don't know

18

8.

347

9.

Missing

1533

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q57_2. When children - had economic problems

Question for you who already have children


To become a parent can influence one's life in many different ways. What was it like for you? - When I had children I (we) had economic problems

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

199

2.

2

262

3.

3

263

4.

4

125

5.

5 - Agree completely

66

6.

Don't know

19

8.

347

9.

Missing

1535

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q57_3. When children - had little time for one's friends

Question for you who already have children


To become a parent can influence one's life in many different ways. What was it like for you? - When I had children I had little time for my friends

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

155

2.

2

249

3.

3

292

4.

4

167

5.

5 - Agree completely

50

6.

Don't know

18

8.

347

9.

Missing

1538

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q57_4. When children - relationship with partner improved

Question for you who already have children


To become a parent can influence one's life in many different ways. What was it like for you? - When I had children my relationship with my partner improved

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

111

2.

2

132

3.

3

339

4.

4

241

5.

5 - Agree completely

77

6.

Don't know

28

8.

347

9.

Missing

1541

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q57_5. When children - life was more meaningful

Question for you who already have children


To become a parent can influence one's life in many different ways. What was it like for you? - When I had children my life was more meaningful

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

12

2.

2

15

3.

3

75

4.

4

252

5.

5 - Agree completely

558

6.

Don't know

17

8.

347

9.

Missing

1540

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q58. Dividing responsibility - children


To take care of a child involves many different tasks. How do you think you and your partner will divide the responsibility? (If you already have children, state present circumstances)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

R does/did the most

437

2.

Both share/shared equally

1756

3.

Partner does/did the most

229

4.

Don't know

305

9.

Missing

89

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2816 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q59_1. If cohabiting/married - Contacts with friends would be...

Answer this question if you at the present don't live together with a partner.


How do you think your life would be today if you lived together with a cohabiting partner or spouse? - Contacts with my friends would be...

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Much worse

14

2.

Somewhat worse

220

3.

Roughly the same as today

600

4.

Somewhat better

42

5.

Much better

19

8.

Not asked

347

9.

Missing/does not apply

1574

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 895 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q59_2. If cohabiting/married - possibilities to invest wholeheartedly in education/job/career would be...

Answer this question if you at the present don't live together with a partner.


How do you think your life would be today if you lived together with a cohabiting partner or spouse? - My possibilities to invest wholeheartedly in education/job/career would be...

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Much worse

20

2.

Somewhat worse

137

3.

Roughly the same as today

648

4.

Somewhat better

74

5.

Much better

15

8.

Not asked

347

9.

Missing/does not apply

1575

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 894 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q59_3. If cohabiting/married - freedom to do what one wants would be...

Answer this question if you at the present don't live together with a partner.


How do you think your life would be today if you lived together with a cohabiting partner or spouse? - My freedom to do what I want would be...

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Much worse

53

2.

Somewhat worse

328

3.

Roughly the same as today

468

4.

Somewhat better

32

5.

Much better

13

8.

Not asked

347

9.

Missing/does not apply

1575

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 894 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q59_4. If cohabiting/married - general well-being would be...

Answer this question if you at the present don't live together with a partner.


How do you think your life would be today if you lived together with a cohabiting partner or spouse? - My general well-being would be...

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Much worse

17

2.

Somewhat worse

14

3.

Roughly the same as today

280

4.

Somewhat better

415

5.

Much better

165

8.

Not asked

347

9.

Missing/does not apply

1578

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 891 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q59_5. If cohabiting/married - standard of living would be...

Answer this question if you at the present don't live together with a partner.


How do you think your life would be today if you lived together with a cohabiting partner or spouse? - My standard of living would be...

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Much worse

13

2.

Somewhat worse

18

3.

Roughly the same as today

331

4.

Somewhat better

402

5.

Much better

127

8.

Not asked

347

9.

Missing/does not apply

1578

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 891 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q60_1. If single - contacts with friends would be...

Answer this question if you at the present live together with a partner.


How do you think your life would be today if you lived alone without a partner (and without children)? - Contacts with my friends would be...

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Much worse

27

2.

Somewhat worse

58

3.

Roughly the same as today

555

4.

Somewhat better

716

5.

Much better

206

8.

Not asked

347

9.

Missing/does not apply

907

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1562 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q60_2. If single - possibilities to invest wholeheartedly in education/job/career would be...

Answer this question if you at the present live together with a partner.


How do you think your life would be today if you lived alone without a partner (and without children)? - My possibilities to invest wholeheartedly in education/job/career would be...

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Much worse

24

2.

Somewhat worse

46

3.

Roughly the same as today

805

4.

Somewhat better

416

5.

Much better

275

8.

Not asked

347

9.

Missing/does not apply

903

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1566 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q60_3. If single - freedom to do what one wants would be...

Answer this question if you at the present live together with a partner.


How do you think your life would be today if you lived alone without a partner (and without children)? - My freedom to do what I want would be...

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Much worse

15

2.

Somewhat worse

29

3.

Roughly the same as today

620

4.

Somewhat better

592

5.

Much better

296

8.

Not asked

347

9.

Missing/does not apply

917

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1552 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q60_4. If single - general well-being would be...

Answer this question if you at the present live together with a partner.


How do you think your life would be today if you lived alone without a partner (and without children)? - My general well-being would be...

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Much worse

438

2.

Somewhat worse

507

3.

Roughly the same as today

525

4.

Somewhat better

64

5.

Much better

26

8.

Not asked

347

9.

Missing/does not apply

909

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1560 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q60_5. If single - standard of living would be...

Answer this question if you at the present live together with a partner.


How do you think your life would be today if you lived alone without a partner (and without children)? - My standard of living would be...

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Much worse

204

2.

Somewhat worse

494

3.

Roughly the same as today

624

4.

Somewhat better

184

5.

Much better

57

8.

Not asked

347

9.

Missing/does not apply

906

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1563 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q61_1. Marriage for the sake of children


Here are some reasons for and against marriage. What is your wiew? - People ought to get married for the sake of their children

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

1594

2.

2

357

3.

3

309

4.

4

253

5.

5 - Agree completely

129

6.

Don't know

46

9.

Missing

128

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2688 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q61_2. Marriage for economic reasons


Here are some reasons for and against marriage. What is your wiew? - People ought to get married for economic reasons

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

1552

2.

2

424

3.

3

363

4.

4

167

5.

5 - Agree completely

61

6.

Don't know

113

9.

Missing

136

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2680 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q61_3. Married - more traditional gender roles


Here are some reasons for and against marriage. What is your wiew? - When married, one is more inclined to traditional gender roles

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

1218

2.

2

523

3.

3

419

4.

4

141

5.

5 - Agree completely

37

6.

Don't know

328

9.

Missing

150

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2666 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q61_4. Married - preassure to conform


Here are some reasons for and against marriage. What is your wiew? - The married are under greater preassure to conform

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

1156

2.

2

518

3.

3

397

4.

4

222

5.

5 - Agree completely

63

6.

Don't know

315

9.

Missing

145

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2671 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q61_5. Married - more difficult to break up


Here are some reasons for and against marriage. What is your wiew? - As married, it is more difficult to break up from an unsatisfactory relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

349

2.

2

296

3.

3

607

4.

4

857

5.

5 - Agree completely

381

6.

Don't know

179

9.

Missing

147

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2669 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q61_6. Too expensive to get married


Here are some reasons for and against marriage. What is your wiew? - It is too expensive to get married (wedding ceremonies cost a lot of money)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

530

2.

2

419

3.

3

619

4.

4

513

5.

5 - Agree completely

423

6.

Don't know

166

9.

Missing

146

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2670 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q61_7. It is tradition to get married


Here are some reasons for and against marriage. What is your wiew? - It is tradition to get married

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

391

2.

2

339

3.

3

754

4.

4

713

5.

5 - Agree completely

416

6.

Don't know

57

9.

Missing

146

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2670 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q61_8. It is romantic to get married


Here are some reasons for and against marriage. What is your wiew? - It is romantic to get married

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

100

2.

2

102

3.

3

371

4.

4

852

5.

5 - Agree completely

1186

6.

Don't know

53

9.

Missing

152

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2664 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q61_9. Wedding shows that one is serious


Here are some reasons for and against marriage. What is your wiew? - The wedding ceremony shows that one is really serious about the relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Don't agree at all

318

2.

2

178

3.

3

353

4.

4

640

5.

5 - Agree completely

1145

6.

Don't know

44

9.

Missing

138

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2678 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q62_1. Appropriate as parent - likes children


How important are the following to begin having children? - That one likes children

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

11

2.

2

47

3.

3

198

4.

4

553

5.

5 - Very important

1954

6.

Don't know

15

9.

Missing

38

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2778 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q62_2. Appropriate as parent - good partner relationship


How important are the following to begin having children? - That one lives in a good partner relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

55

2.

2

58

3.

3

192

4.

4

573

5.

5 - Very important

1884

6.

Don't know

16

9.

Missing

38

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2778 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q62_3. Appropriate as parent - completed education


How important are the following to begin having children? - That one has completed one's education

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

362

2.

2

376

3.

3

877

4.

4

661

5.

5 - Very important

466

6.

Don't know

34

9.

Missing

40

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2776 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q62_4. Appropriate as parent - housing suitable for children


How important are the following to begin having children? - That one has housing suitable for children

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

44

2.

2

128

3.

3

496

4.

4

981

5.

5 - Very important

1111

6.

Don't know

16

9.

Missing

40

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2776 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q62_5. Appropriate as parent - sufficient income


How important are the following to begin having children? - That one has a sufficient income to support a child

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Unimportant

12

2.

2

34

3.

3

225

4.

4

798

5.

5 - Very important

1700

6.

Don't know

9

9.

Missing

38

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2778 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q63_1. R lives in a good partner relationship


Do you think that the following things apply to you right now? - I live in a good partner relationship

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

1948

2.

No

770

9.

Missing

98

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2718 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q63_2. R has housing suitable for children


Do you think that the following things apply to you right now? - My (our) housing situation is suitable for children

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

1657

2.

No

1089

9.

Missing

70

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2746 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q63_3. R has completed education


Do you think that the following things apply to you right now? - I have completed my education

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

1737

2.

No

1014

9.

Missing

65

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2751 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q63_4. R has a sufficient income to support a child


Do you think that the following things apply to you right now? - I have a sufficient income to support a child

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

1801

2.

No

942

9.

Missing

73

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2743 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q64_1. R has not wanted children

Answer this question if you don't have any children


There may be many reasons to not have had children (yet). Does any of these apply to you? - I have not wanted children (yet)

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

Not marked

1459

1.

Marked

649

8.

Not asked

708

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-1

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2108 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q64_2. R has not had a suitable partner

Answer this question if you don't have any children


There may be many reasons to not have had children (yet). Does any of these apply to you? - I have not had a suitable partner to have children with

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

Not marked

1604

1.

Marked

504

8.

Not asked

708

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-1

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2108 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q64_3. R first wants to complete education

Answer this question if you don't have any children


There may be many reasons to not have had children (yet). Does any of these apply to you? - I first wanted to complete my education

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

Not marked

1766

1.

Marked

342

8.

Not asked

708

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-1

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2108 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q64_4. R first wanted secure job situation

Answer this question if you don't have any children


There may be many reasons to not have had children (yet). Does any of these apply to you? - I first wanted to have a secure job situation

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

Not marked

1696

1.

Marked

412

8.

Not asked

708

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-1

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2108 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q64_5. R first wanted to get well established in job

Answer this question if you don't have any children


There may be many reasons to not have had children (yet). Does any of these apply to you? - I first wanted to get well established in my job

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

Not marked

1856

1.

Marked

252

8.

Not asked

708

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-1

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2108 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q64_6. R first wanted to do other things before having children

Answer this question if you don't have any children


There may be many reasons to not have had children (yet). Does any of these apply to you? - I wanted to do other things before I have children

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

Not marked

1518

1.

Marked

590

8.

Not asked

708

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-1

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2108 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q64_7. R first wanted to have a better economic situation

Answer this question if you don't have any children


Det kan finnas många anledningar till att man inte har barn (ännu). Stämmer någon av dessa in på din situation? - Jag har först velat ha bättre ekonomisk situation

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

Not marked

1657

1.

Marked

451

8.

Not asked

708

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-1

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2108 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q64_8. Difficult to become pregnant

Answer this question if you don't have any children


Det kan finnas många anledningar till att man inte har barn (ännu). Stämmer någon av dessa in på din situation? - It's difficult for me/my partner to become pregnant

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

Not marked

2040

1.

Marked

68

8.

Not asked

708

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-1

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2108 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q64_9. Other...

Answer this question if you don't have any children


Det kan finnas många anledningar till att man inte har barn (ännu). Stämmer någon av dessa in på din situation? - Other

Value

Label

Frequency

0.

Not marked

2015

1.

Marked

93

8.

Not asked

708

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-1

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8

Summary Statistics: Valid 2108 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q64txt. Comment available

Answer this question if you don't have any children


Det kan finnas många anledningar till att man inte har barn (ännu). Stämmer någon av dessa in på din situation? - Other: Namely

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Comment available

21

Sysmiss.

2795

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 21 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q65_1. In five years R has more children


What do you think your life will be like in five years? - You have (more) children

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

1158

2.

Maybe

721

3.

No

619

4.

Don't know

236

9.

Missing

82

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2734 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q65_2. In five years R lives with a partner


What do you think your life will be like in five years? - You live with a partner

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

2136

2.

Maybe

437

3.

No

39

4.

Don't know

132

9.

Missing

72

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2744 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q65_3. In five years R is married


What do you think your life will be like in five years? - You are married

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

1066

2.

Maybe

753

3.

No

673

4.

Don't know

250

9.

Missing

74

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2742 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q65_4. In five years R has a steady job


What do you think your life will be like in five years? - You have a steady job

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

2157

2.

Maybe

438

3.

No

50

4.

Don't know

111

9.

Missing

60

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2756 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q65_5. In five years R is working part-time


What do you think your life will be like in five years? - You work part-time

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

348

2.

Maybe

752

3.

No

1309

4.

Don't know

266

9.

Missing

141

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2675 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q65_6. In five years R earns a lot of money


What do you think your life will be like in five years? - You earn a lot of money

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

1079

2.

Maybe

1183

3.

No

304

4.

Don't know

187

9.

Missing

63

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2753 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q65_7. In five years R lives a good life


What do you think your life will be like in five years? - You live a good life

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

2366

2.

Maybe

315

3.

No

12

4.

Don't know

64

9.

Missing

59

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2757 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q66. Same partner as four years ago

Here are some questions about your current relationship (cohab/marriage). Answer these questions if you live together with a partner. If you don't have a partner continue to question 91.


Is your current partner the same as at the previous survey? (April-May 1999)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

1108

2.

No

434

8.

Not asked

708

9.

Missing/does not apply

566

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1542 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q67. The relationship is


How serious is your current relationship?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Not at all serious

14

2.

2

18

3.

3

52

4.

4

190

5.

5 - Very serious

1588

9.

Missing/does not apply

954

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1862 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q68a. Year when relationship became steady


When did your current relationship become steady? - Year

Value

Label

Frequency

1976.

1976

1

1981.

1981

2

1982.

1982

2

1983.

1983

5

1984.

1984

11

1985.

1985

9

1986.

1986

25

1987.

1987

27

1988.

1988

44

1989.

1989

48

1990.

1990

69

1991.

1991

61

1992.

1992

85

1993.

1993

86

1994.

1994

100

1995.

1995

131

1996.

1996

122

1997.

1997

121

1998.

1998

175

1999.

1999

165

2000.

2000

184

2001.

2001

192

2002.

2002

155

2003.

2003

26

9999.

Missing

3

Sysmiss.

967

Range of Valid Data Values: 1976-2003

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9999

Summary Statistics: Valid 1846 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q68b. Month when relationship became steady


When did your current relationship become steady? - Month (If you don't remember the month, put winter, spring, summer or autumn)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

158

2.

February

123

3.

March

131

4.

April

121

5.

May

149

6.

June

157

7.

July

135

8.

August

120

9.

September

139

10.

October

116

11.

November

116

12.

December

117

21.

Winter

36

22.

Spring

79

23.

Summer

71

24.

Autumn

75

Sysmiss.

973

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-24

Summary Statistics: Valid 1843 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q69. R/partner has thought about breaking up


During the last year have you or your partner been thinking about breaking off the relationship or move apart?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

No

1419

2.

R has thought about it

137

3.

Partnern has thought about it

43

4.

Both has thought about it

248

9.

Missing/does not apply

969

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1847 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q70a. Partners year of birth


When was your partner born? - Year

Value

Label

Frequency

1935.

1935

1

1943.

1943

1

1944.

1944

1

1948.

1948

2

1950.

1950

1

1951.

1951

1

1952.

1952

2

1953.

1953

2

1955.

1955

3

1956.

1956

5

1957.

1957

3

1958.

1958

8

1959.

1959

6

1960.

1960

10

1961.

1961

9

1962.

1962

17

1963.

1963

29

1964.

1964

48

1965.

1965

63

1966.

1966

64

1967.

1967

79

1968.

1968

109

1969.

1969

93

1970.

1970

120

1971.

1971

138

1972.

1972

143

1973.

1973

127

1974.

1974

108

1975.

1975

98

1976.

1976

115

1977.

1977

92

1978.

1978

82

1979.

1979

64

1980.

1980

86

1981.

1981

58

1982.

1982

30

1983.

1983

19

1984.

1984

7

1986.

1986

1

1987.

1987

1

9999.

Missing

3

Sysmiss.

967

Range of Valid Data Values: 1935-1987

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9999

Summary Statistics: Valid 1846 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q70b. Partners month of birth


When was your partner born? - Month

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

January

166

2.

February

149

3.

March

168

4.

April

181

5.

May

194

6.

June

130

7.

July

148

8.

August

137

9.

September

164

10.

October

135

11.

November

131

12.

December

139

99.

Missing

1

Sysmiss.

973

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-12

Range of Invalid Data Values: 99

Summary Statistics: Valid 1842 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q71. Partner's income during 2002


What was your partner's income during 2002?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

<100 000 SEK

274

2.

100 000 -200 000 SEK

475

3.

200 000 -250 000 SEK

468

4.

250 000 -300 000 SEK

256

5.

300 000 -400 000 SEK

191

6.

400 000 -500 000 SEK

77

7.

>500 000 SEK

36

8.

Don't know

77

9.

Missing/does not apply

962

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1854 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q72_1. Partner - Permanent work


Partners occupation at the moment - Permanent work

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

1163

Sysmiss.

1653

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 1163 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q72_2. Partner - Casual work


Partners occupation at the moment - Casual work

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

207

Sysmiss.

2609

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 207 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q72_3. Partner - Own business


Partners occupation at the moment - Own business, free-lance or similar

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

154

Sysmiss.

2662

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 154 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q72_4. Partner - Studies


Vilken är din partners sysselsättning just nu? - Studies

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

236

Sysmiss.

2580

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 236 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q72_5. Partner - I arbetsmarknadsåtgärd


Partners occupation at the moment - Employment measures (AMS-education etc.)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

8

Sysmiss.

2808

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 8 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q72_6. Partner - Unemployed more than 6 months


Partners occupation at the moment - Unemployed (6 months or more)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

30

Sysmiss.

2786

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 30 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q72_7. Partner - Unemployed less than 6 months


Partners occupation at the moment - Unemployed (less than 6 months)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

40

Sysmiss.

2776

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 40 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q72_8. Partner - Parental leave


Partners occupation at the moment - Parental leave

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

166

Sysmiss.

2650

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 166 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q72_9. Partner - Housekeeping (full-time)


Partners occupation at the moment - Housekeeping (full-time)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

8

Sysmiss.

2808

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 8 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q72_10. Partner - Military service


Partners occupation at the moment - Military service

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

1

Sysmiss.

2815

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 1 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q72_11. Partner - Other occupation


Partners occupation at the moment - Other

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Marked

63

Sysmiss.

2753

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 63 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q72txt. Comment available


Partners occupation at the moment - Other: Comment

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

16

Sysmiss.

2800

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 16 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q73. Partner's working hours

If your partner doesn't work at the present, continue to question 75


How many hours per week does your partner work right now?

Range of Valid Data Values: 0-80

Summary Statistics: Valid 1466 ; Min. 0 ; Max. 80 ; Mean 38.263 ; StDev 9.784

Variable Format: numeric


Q74_1. Partner's job pays well


What applies to your partner's current job? - It pays well

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Applies

445

2.

Applies partially

758

3.

Doesn't apply at all

312

4.

Don't know

19

9.

Missing/does not apply

1282

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-9

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1534 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q74_2.Partner's job - a lot of overtime


What applies to your partner's current job? - It involves a lot of overtime work

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Applies

210

2.

Applies partially

587

3.

Doesn't apply at all

704

4.

Don't know

27

9.

Missing/does not apply

1288

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1528 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q74_3. Partner's job - a lot of business travel


What applies to your partner's current job? - It involves a lot of business travel

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Applies

128

2.

Applies partially

308

3.

Doesn't apply at all

1070

4.

Don't know

16

9.

Missing/does not apply

1294

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1522 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q74_4. Partner's job - a lot of work at inconvenient hours


What applies to your partner's current job? - It involves work at night, in the evening and/or on weekends

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Applies

313

2.

Applies partially

446

3.

Doesn't apply at all

756

4.

Don't know

16

9.

Missing/does not apply

1285

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1531 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q74_5. Partner's job - good career possibilities


What applies to your partner's current job? - It provides good career possibilities

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Applies

243

2.

Applies partially

606

3.

Doesn't apply at all

602

4.

Don't know

76

9.

Missing/does not apply

1289

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1527 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q74_6. Partner's job - easy to take parental leave and work part time


What applies to your partner's current job? - It makes it easy to take parental leave and/or work part time to have time for one's family

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Applies

453

2.

Applies partially

614

3.

Doesn't apply at all

296

4.

Don't know

164

9.

Missing/does not apply

1289

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1527 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q74_7. Partner's job - long travel time to and from work


What applies to your partner's current job? - It involves long travel time to and from work

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Applies

155

2.

Applies partially

284

3.

Doesn't apply at all

1079

4.

Don't know

11

9.

Missing/does not apply

1287

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1529 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q75. Partner's education


What is your partner's level of education? (Choose the highest alternative)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Compulsory school

120

2.

Vocational education

552

3.

Upper secondary, theoretical

334

4.

Interrupted upper secondary

35

5.

College without degree

218

6.

College degree

491

7.

Other

82

8.

Don't know

21

9.

Missing/does not apply

963

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1853 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q75txt. Comment available


What is your partner's level of education? - Comment

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Comment available

17

Sysmiss.

2799

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 17 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q76. How R and partenr dispose apartment


In which way do you dispose your apartment?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

R/partner rents

238

2.

R and partner rent together

365

3.

R owns it

92

4.

Partner owns it

115

5.

Both own it

746

6.

Other

50

8.

Not asked

347

9.

Missing/does not apply

863

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1606 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q77. Dividing monthly expenses for food, housing etc.


In what way doe you and your partner divide your monthly expenses for food, house and your common loan (if applies)?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Equally

634

2.

Depending on the income

376

3.

Depending on who has money

164

4.

R pays

19

5.

Partner pays

14

6.

Other

96

8.

Not asked

1055

9.

Missing/does not apply

458

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1303 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q77txt. Comment available


In what way doe you and your partner divide your monthly expenses for food, house and your common loan (if applies)? - Comment

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Comment available

15

Sysmiss.

2801

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 15 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q78. Purchase for oneself for more than 2000 SEK


Does it happen sometimes that you decide to make a purchase for yourself for more than 2000 SEK?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes, often

99

2.

Yes, sometimes

365

3.

No

730

4.

Doesn't apply

114

8.

Not asked

1055

9.

Missing/does not live with partner

453

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1308 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q79. Purchase for oneself for more than 2000 SEK (partner)


Does it happen sometimes that your partner decides to make a purchase for him-/herself for more than 2000 SEK?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes, often

84

2.

Yes, sometimes

397

3.

No

732

4.

Doesn't apply

87

8.

Not asked

1055

9.

Missing/does not live with partner

461

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1300 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q80. R satisfied with partner's contribution to the common economy


How satisfied or dissatisfied are you with your partner's contribution to your common economy?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Very dissatisfied

17

2.

2

57

3.

3

172

4.

4

304

5.

Very satisfied

751

8.

Not asked

1055

9.

Missing/doesn't apply

460

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1301 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q81. Distribution of the housework


In which way do you share the housework between you and your partner?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

R does the most

509

2.

Partner does the most

308

3.

R and parnter share equally

1001

9.

Missing/doesn't apply

998

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-3

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1818 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q82. R is satisfied/dissatisfied with distribution


How satisfied or dissatisfied are you with how you and your partner are sharing the housework?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Very dissatisfied

45

2.

Rather dissatisfied

161

3.

Neither satisfied nor dissatissfied

381

4.

Rather satisfied

543

5.

Very satisfied

693

9.

Missing/doesn't apply

993

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1823 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q83. Partner's place of birth


In which country was your partner born?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Sweden

1683

2.

Other Nordic country

31

3.

Poland/Turkey (concerns R with polish/turkish background)

32

4.

Europe

52

5.

Asia/Africa/Latin America

42

9.

Missing/does not apply

976

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1840 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q84a. Any of partner's parents immigrated to Sweden


Has any of your partner's parents immigrated to Sweden?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

No

1608

2.

Yes

235

9.

Missing/does not apply

973

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1843 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q84b. Any of partner's parents immigrated from


Has any of your partner's parents immigrated to Sweden? - From where?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Other Nordic country

112

2.

Poland/Turkey (concerns R with polish/turkish background)

25

3.

Europe

73

4.

Asia/Africa/Latin America

21

9.

Missing/does not apply

2585

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 231 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q85. Partner member of religious congregation


Is your partner member of the Swedish state church or some other religious congregation?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

138

2.

No

1709

9.

Missing/does not apply

969

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1847 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q86. Importance of religion in partner's life


How important would you say that religion is in your partner's life?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Very important

86

2.

Rather important

101

3.

Of little or no importance

1604

4.

Don't know

59

9.

Missing/does not apply

966

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1850 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q87. R/partner pregnant


Is you or your partner pregnant?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

153

2.

No

1658

3.

Don't know

49

9.

Missing/does not apply

956

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-3

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1860 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q88. Partner has children not living in household


Does your partner have children who are living somewhere else, for example with the other partner?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

104

2.

No

1745

9.

Missing/does not apply

967

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1849 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q89. What would happen if your partner got an offer ...


What do you think would happen if your partner was offered a permanent, well-paid job in some other location?(Mark the most likely alternative)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

He/she would turn the offer down

536

2.

I would naturally move too (even if it meant quitting my job)

261

3.

I would ask for leave of absence and accompany him/her to give it a try

125

4.

We would see each other only on weekends for a while, while I looked for a job at the new location

171

5.

We would have a LAT-relationship

71

6.

We would break up

10

7.

Something else...

106

8.

Don't know

341

9.

Missing/does not apply

848

88.

Not asked

347

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-8

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9, 88

Summary Statistics: Valid 1621 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q89txt. Comment available


What do you think would happen if your partner was offered a permanent, well-paid job in some other location? - Comment

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Comment available

28

Sysmiss.

2788

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 28 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q90. Marriage plans


Do you and your partner plan to get married? (You don't need to answer this question if you are already married)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes, within the next two years

238

2.

Yes, but later on

472

3.

R wants to, but not partner

65

4.

No

159

5.

Don't know

335

9.

Missing/does not apply

1547

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 1269 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q91. R wants to receive reports from survey


Do you want to receive reports from the survey?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Yes

2031

2.

No

673

9.

Missing

112

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2704 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q92. Is there something R would like to add?


Now we have asked you many things - is there something you would like to add?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

No

2117

2.

Yes

378

9.

Missing

321

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-2

Range of Invalid Data Values: 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 2495 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q92txt. Comment available


Now we have asked you many things - is there something you would like to add? - Comment

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Comment available

381

Sysmiss.

2435

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-1

Summary Statistics: Valid 381 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q100a_Po. Mother's background

Finally, some questions to those who have one or both parents born in Poland/Turkey


How would you describe the backrounds of your parents? - Poland: Mother

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Polish-Catholic

119

2.

Polish-Jewish

12

3.

Other Polish

8

4.

Swedish

21

5.

Other

6

8.

Not asked

2602

9.

Missing

48

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 166 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q100b_Po. Father's backgrund


How would you describe the backrounds of your parents? - Poland: Father

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Polish-Catholic

55

2.

Polish-Jewish

18

3.

Other Polish

7

4.

Swedish

70

5.

Other

5

8.

Not asked

2602

9.

Missing

59

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 155 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q100a_Tu. Mother's background


How would you describe the backrounds of your parents? - Turkey: Mother

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Turkish

51

2.

Kurdish

1

3.

Other minority in Turkiet

8

4.

Swedish

22

5.

Other

5

8.

Not asked

2683

9.

Missing

46

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 87 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q100b_Tu. Father's backgrund


How would you describe the backrounds of your parents? - Turkey: Father

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Turkish

70

2.

Kurdish

3

3.

Other minority in Turkiet

11

4.

Swedish

3

5.

Other

2

8.

Not asked

2683

9.

Missing

44

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 89 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q101. Visited home country last four years


How often have you visited Poland/Turkey in the last four years?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Never

98

2.

Once or twice

107

3.

Every year

38

4.

More than once a year

13

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing

91

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 256 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q102. Knowledge of the Polish/Turkish language


How is your knowledge of the home language?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Very poor

64

2.

Rather poor

65

3.

Rather good

92

4.

Very good

37

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing

89

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 258 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q103. R wants his/her children to learn Polish/Turkish


Do you want your children to learn Polish/Turkish?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

No, absolutely not

14

2.

No, preferably not

4

3.

Does not matter

114

4.

Yes, preferably

67

5.

Yes, absolutely

55

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing

93

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-5

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 254 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q104_1. R speaks with mother


What language do you mostly speak with your mother?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Only Polish/Turkish

48

2.

Both Polish/Turkish and Swedish

63

3.

Only Swedish

119

4.

NA

25

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing

92

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-3

Range of Invalid Data Values: 4, 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 230 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q104_2. R speaks with father


What language do you mostly speak with your father?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Only Polish/Turkish

45

2.

Both Polish/Turkish and Swedish

42

3.

Only Swedish

119

4.

NA

47

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing

94

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-3

Range of Invalid Data Values: 4, 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 206 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q104_3. R speaks with partner


What language do you mostly speak with your partner?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Only Polish/Turkish

17

2.

Both Polish/Turkish and Swedish

26

3.

Only Swedish

163

4.

NA

36

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing

105

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-3

Range of Invalid Data Values: 4, 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 206 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q104_4. R speaks at work/in school


What language do you mostly speak at work/in school?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Only Polish/Turkish

0

2.

Both Polish/Turkish and Swedish

18

3.

Only Swedish

207

4.

NA

19

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing

103

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-3

Range of Invalid Data Values: 4, 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 225 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q105. R feels most at home


Where do you feel most at home?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

In Sweden

214

2.

In Poland/Turkey

3

3.

As much/litle in booth

37

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing

93

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-3

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 254 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q106. Close friends born in Sweden to Swedish parents


How many of your friends are born in Sweden with Swedish parents?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

All of them

64

2.

Most of them

113

3.

Some of them

68

4.

None

8

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing

94

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 253 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q107. Marry or cohabit with a partner whose parents are also from Poland/Turkey


How important is it for you to marry (or cohabit with) a partner whose parents are also from Poland/Turkey?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Not at all important

215

2.

Rather important

16

3.

Very important

16

4.

Don't know

9

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing/does not apply

91

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 256 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q108a. Mother would approve if R married a Swede


Do you think your parents would approve if you married a Swede with Swedish parents? - Mother

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

No, not at all

14

2.

Doubtful

14

3.

Yes, completely

214

4.

Don't know

14

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing

91

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 256 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q108b. Father would approve if R married a Swede


Do you think your parents would approve if you married a Swede with Swedish parents? - Father

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

No, not at all

16

2.

Doubtful

13

3.

Yes, completely

199

4.

Don't know

21

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing

98

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-4

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 249 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q109. Close contacts with the home country


How important is it for you to maintain close contacts with Poland/Turkey?

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Not particularly important

129

2.

Rather important

82

3.

Very important

49

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing

87

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-3

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 260 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q110a. Important for mother that R maintain close contacts with Poland/Turkey


How important do you think it is to your parents that you maintain close contacts with Poland/Turkey? - Mother

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Not at all important

113

2.

Rather important

76

3.

Very important

65

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing

93

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-3

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 254 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q110b. Important for father that R maintain close contacts with Poland/Turkey


How important do you think it is to your parents that you maintain close contacts with Poland/Turkey? - Father

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

Not at all important

124

2.

Rather important

74

3.

Very important

43

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing

106

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 241 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q111_1. At home R feels


You can feel more or less Swedish in different situations. How would you describe your feelings on a scale from 1 to 5? - At home

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Not at all Swedish

26

2.

2

8

3.

3

45

4.

4

51

5.

5 - Very Swedish

124

6.

Don't know

6

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing

87

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 260 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q111_2. At work R feels


You can feel more or less Swedish in different situations. How would you describe your feelings on a scale from 1 to 5? - At work

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Not at all Swedish

8

2.

2

6

3.

3

37

4.

4

51

5.

5 - Very Swedish

148

6.

Don't know

9

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing

88

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 259 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q111_3. With friends R feels


Man kan känna sig mer eller mindre svensk i olika situationer t.ex. hemma, på jobbet, ute med kompisar, eller i andra sammanhang. Hur skulle du beskriva dina känslor på en skala från 1 till 5? - Tillsammans med kompisar

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Not at all Swedish

11

2.

2

10

3.

3

49

4.

4

49

5.

5 - Very Swedish

131

6.

Don't know

6

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing

91

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 256 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q111_4. In contact with Swedish authorities R feels


You can feel more or less Swedish in different situations. How would you describe your feelings on a scale from 1 to 5? - In contact with Swedish authorities

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Not at all Swedish

10

2.

2

6

3.

3

23

4.

4

48

5.

5 - Very Swedish

166

6.

Don't know

7

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing

87

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 260 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q111_5. In Poland/Turkey R feels


You can feel more or less Swedish in different situations. How would you describe your feelings on a scale from 1 to 5? - In Poland/Turkey

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Not at all Swedish

11

2.

2

13

3.

3

40

4.

4

52

5.

5 - Very Swedish

120

6.

Don't know

23

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing

88

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 259 ;

Variable Format: numeric


Q111_6. Abroad R feels


You can feel more or less Swedish in different situations. How would you describe your feelings on a scale from 1 to 5? - Abroad (not in Poland/Turkey)

Value

Label

Frequency

1.

1 - Not at all Swedish

12

2.

2

11

3.

3

45

4.

4

39

5.

5 - Very Swedish

140

6.

Don't know

12

8.

Not asked

2469

9.

Missing

88

Range of Valid Data Values: 1-6

Range of Invalid Data Values: 8, 9

Summary Statistics: Valid 259 ;

Variable Format: numeric