Dataset: Social Relations and Support Systems - ISSP 2001

Abstract

Social relations and social network.

Topics:
Number of adult brothers and sisters; frequency of personal (visits, meetings) and non-personal contacts (telephone, letter, fax or e-mail) with the parents, brothers and sisters and own children; time for the journey to where the mother lives, frequency of the contacts to relatives (uncles and aunts, cousins, parents-in-law, brothers-in-law or sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews, godparents); number of close friends at work place, in the neighbourhood, and in general; sex of best close friend; frequency of contact to the best friend; participation in activities of groups like sports club, charitable organisation, neighbourhood, political party, an association, and a church or religious organisation; first and second contact person for support in respondent's household, at money problems and in case of a depression; frequency of helping others in household, by loaning money, by talking to depressed persons and in giving help at job search; information source at the search for the present job; importance of character traits of close friends: Intelligence, helpfulness, understanding and enjoyable company (scale); attitude to the moral obligation of adult children to care for their parents; people who are better off should help friends who are less well off; attitude to development of friendships to once own advantage; attitude to a state responsibility to provide the childcare and an adequate standard of living for old people; personal luck assessment; feeling of being overused by family, relatives or friends; trust in neighbours (scale); duration of living at the place of residence; political efficacy; frequency of political discussions with friends.

Demography:
Country; number of children less than 18 years and over 18 years; sex; age; marital status; steady life-partner; education: years in school; employment status of the person asked and his partner (ISCO88); supervisor status; self-employed and number of employees; hours worked weekly; religious denomination; church attendance; self-assessment of social class; union membership; political self-assessment on a left-right continuum; household size; household composition; urban or rural area.

Additionally coded: interview method.  

Source: GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

Variable Groups

Full Title

Social Relations and Support Systems - ISSP 2001

Identification Number

SocialRelationsandSupportSystems-ISSP2001

Date of Production

2011-08-04

Depositor

Name Affiliation Abbreviation

Questionaire (English source)

Source: GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

Questionaire (Danish)

Codebook

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