Generations & Gender Programme: Survey Instruments by United Nations

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The Generations and Gender Programme (GGP) is a approach of nationwide Generations and Gender Surveys (GGS) and contextual databases, which goals at bettering the information base for policy-making in nations of the United countries monetary fee for Europe. The GGS is a panel survey of a nationally consultant pattern of 18-79 year-old resident inhabitants in each one engaging nation with a minimum of 3 panel waves and an period of 3 years among every one wave. This ebook comprises 4 methodological files of the GGS.

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Optional Sub-Module B: Previous Partners BSBlO It is not important whether all these children came with theu parent to start living with R. " The choice for youngest or younger depends on whether the previous parmerlspouse had more children at the time who may not have come to live with R. Optional Sub-Module C: Intentions of Breaking Up Col-C05 The questions refer to breaking up the relationship as a result of active behaviour, not a union dissolution resulting from death or illness. Optional Sub-Module D: Housing W2, D18 Living floor space is the total floor space of rooms.

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Ask 2042for each person mentioned in 204b. c. How frequently does [mentioned person] help to look after your children? Write in We fable. Frequency of use Code from the List of Providers and Receivers W=week; M=month; Y=year times per times per times wr times per times per p p W W W W W M M M M M Y Y Y Y Y 205. How much does your household nsnally pay per month for childcare, if anything? 0206. e Per does not pay for childcare W M Y Now, please think of your children who cmrently live in your household.

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