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Content Outlines

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Wave 3

Codebooks and Data Access

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Wave 2

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Bibliography

 

 

 

Working Papers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WAVE 2 CODEBOOK AND DATA FILES

CODEBOOKS

Main Interview Codebook Files
Primary Respondent Interview Codebook

SE Codebook Files
Primary Respondent SE Codebook
Current/Ex - Spouse/Partner SE Codebook

Status Codebook Files
Primary Respondent Status File Codebook

Constructed Variable Codebook Files
Primary Respondent Constructed Variables Codebook
Spouse/Partner Constructed Variables Codebook
Best Measure Income Codebook

Parent Interview Codebook Files
Parent Interview Codebook

Focal Child Codebook Files
Codebook of Interview for Focal Children Aged 10-17
Codebook of Interview for Focal Children Aged 18-24

Proxy Codebook Files
Proxy Interview Codebook

 

DATA FILES (layout files here)

Main Interview Data Files ( Record size = 8231 characters)
Primary Respondent data (R) = 10005
Current Spouse/Partner data (N and S) = 5624
Ex-spouse/partner data (S) = 789
Total = 16418 cases

SE Data Files (Record size = 728 characters)
SE data for Primary Respondents (R) = 10005
SE data for Current Spouses/Partners (N and S) = 5624
SE data for Ex-spouses/Partners (S) = 789

Status Data (Record size = 47 characters)
Status Data = 13007 cases

Constructed Variables Data (Record size = 1999)
Primary Respondent Constructed Variables data = 10005
Current Spouse/Partner Constructed Variables data = 5624
Ex Spouse/Partner Constructed Variables data = 789
Best Measures Income Data = 10211

Parent Data (Record size = 2333 characters)
Parent Data = 3347 cases

Child Data (Record size = 1844 characters)
Data for children 10-17 = 1415 cases
Data for children 18-24 = 1090 cases

Proxy Data (Record size = 157 characters)
Primary Rs who are deceased or too ill to interview = 802 cases

 

LAYOUT FILES

Main Data Layout
Variable names and column locations for primary respondent data
Variable names and column locations for current spouse/partner data
Variable names and column locations for ex-spouse/partner data

SE Data Layout
Variable names and column locations for primary R SE data
Variable names and column locations for current sp/p SE data
Variable names and column locations for ex-sp/p SE data

Status Data Layout
Variable names and column locations for status data

Constructed Data Layout
Variable names and column locations for primary R constructed data
Variable names and column locations for current spouse/partner constructed data
Variable names and column locations for ex-spouse/partner constructed data
Variable names and column locations for constructed income best measures data

Parent Data Layout
Variable names and column locations for parent data

Child Data Layout
Variable names and column locations for young child (age 10-17) data
Variable names and column locations for older child (age 18-23) data

Proxy Data Layout
Variable names and column locations


APPENDICES

Medical Condition Codes
Religion Codes
Reasons Stopped Living With Parents Codes
Reasons Started Living With Parents Codes
States Included in Each Region
Occupation Codes
Total Based Occupational Socioeconomic Index Codes
Industry Codes
Income Variables: Categorical and Constructed
Cause of Death Codes
Relationship Codes for Proxy Interview
Showcards used with the Main Interview
Field report from ISR Temple University containing detailed information about methods used to conduct the survey
NSFH2 final weights and weighting procedures
Some NSFH measure sources
Person numbers in the NSFH data

 

INTERVIEW SCHEDULES

Main Interview Schedule
Main Interview Schedule

Self-Enumerated
Self-Enumerated Questionnaire (SEs 1-18)
SE-1 Time spent on household tasks
SE-2 Well-being, role performance, health
SE-3 Experience of a marital separation
SE-4 Feelings about marriage and cohabitation
SE-5 Rel with partner, feelings about marriage and cohabitation
SE-6 Relationship with spouse
SE-7 Child's behavior and parental expectations, FC age 5-23
SE-8 Child's behavior, FC age 3-4
SE-9 Parenting, children age 5-18 in the household
SE-10 Child's development, child age 0-3 months in the household
SE-11 Child's development, child age 4-6 months in the household
SE-12 Child's development, child age 7-9 months in the household
SE-13 Child's development, child age 10-12 months in the household
SE-14 Child's development, child age 13-15 months in the household
SE-15 Child's development, child age 16-18 months in the household
SE-16 Child's development, child age 19-21 months in the household
SE-17 Child's development, child age 22-47 months in the household
SE-18 Family attitudes, social participation and work

Parent Interview Schedule
Parent Interview Schedule

Child Interview Schedules
Focal child age 10-17
Focal child age 18-24

   

SKIPMAPS

Main/Spouse Interview
Self-Enumerated Questionnaire
Focal Child Interview
Parent Interview
Proxy Interview

 

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Last modified on June 15th, 2005