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ICPSR 36577 Japanese General Social Survey

(JGSS), 2012

Ichiro Tanioka
JGSS Research Center, Osaka University of
Commerce

Noriko Iwai
JGSS Research Center, Osaka University of
Commerce

Yukio Maeda
Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo

English Data Codebook

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ICPSR PROCESSING NOTES FOR #36577
Japanese General Social Survey (JGSS), 2012

1. English Dataset: Due to statistical package limitations, ICPSR has only processed the
English version of the data; these files constitute DS1. The Japanese version of the data and
documentation files are released as deposited, without ICPSR-processing; these files
constitute DS2.

2. Sampling: According to the sampling information, this collection has a complex sample
design, however, no strata or cluster variables have been provided due to disclosure
risk.

3. Duplicate Value Labels: Variables XXJOBE, XXLSTJBE, and SSXXJOBE contain


duplicate value labels. No additional information was provided.

4. Additional Information: For further information on the Japanese General Social Surveys,
please see the Japanese General Social Survey Web site (Japanese language version) or
the Japanese General Social Survey Web site (English version).
Original P.I.
Documentation
Japanese General Social
Survey (JGSS), 2012
README and Acknowledgement for JGSS data users

JGSS data and the supporting documents are provided both in English and Japanese for convenience for
users of either language. Following files are provided herewith:

1) README (Japanese)
2) Data file :SPSS Portable (Japanese)
3) Data file: Ascii (Japanese)
4) Variables and Codes (Japanese)
5) Frequency Tables (Japanese)
6) Codebook-in-Print (Japanese)
7) README (English)
8) Data file: SPSS Portable (English)
9) Data file: Ascii (English)
10) Variables and Codes (English)
11) Frequency Tables (English)
12) Sampling and Administration (English)
13) Weighting (English)
14) Questionnaires and Interview Flowchart (English)

JGSS is conducted in Japanese language. The English version of the questionnaires and datasets contained
herein, have been constructed for the convenience of researchers. This is to remind all users of the English
version of the JGSS datasets and questionnaires that the minute nuances of the meanings that the original
language conveys may not be carried by the English version of the questionnaires and thus the datasets.
Please exercise your care in your analyses.

If you are publishing the results of analyses using the JGSS datasets, please quote the following
acknowledgement.

If the newest data you use is from JGSS-2006 to JGSS-2012


The Japanese General Social Surveys (JGSS) are designed and carried out by the JGSS Research Center at Osaka
University of Commerce (Joint Usage/Research Center for Japanese General Social Surveys accredited by Minister of
Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology), in collaboration with the Institute of Social Science at the University of
Tokyo.

If the newest data you use is JGSS-2005


The Japanese General Social Surveys (JGSS) are designed and carried out at the Institute of Regional Studies at Osaka
University of Commerce in collaboration with the Institute of Social Science at the University of Tokyo under the direction of
Ichiro TANIOKA, Michio NITTA, Noriko IWAI and Tokio YASUDA. The project is financially assisted by Gakujutsu
Frontier Grant from the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology for 1999-2008 academic
years, and the datasets are compiled and distributed by SSJ Data Archive, Center for Social Research and Data Archives,
Institute of Social Science, the University of Tokyo.

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If the newest data you use is JGSS-2003, 2002, 2001 or 2000
The Japanese General Social Surveys (JGSS) are designed and carried out at the Institute of Regional Studies at Osaka
University of Commerce in collaboration with the Institute of Social Science at the University of Tokyo under the direction of
Ichiro TANIOKA, Michio NITTA, Hiroki SATO and Noriko IWAI with Project Manager, Minae OSAWA. The project is
financially assisted by Gakujutsu Frontier Grant from the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and
Technology for 1999-2003 academic years, and the datasets are compiled and distributed by SSJ Data Archive, Center for
Social Research and Data Archives, Institute of Social Science, the University of Tokyo.

Please refer to the JGSS Homepage (http://jgss.daishodai.ac.jp) for any changes to the data.

This dataset does not include individual data for regional block (BLOCK) and prefecture (PREF and
PREF15). If you wish to use a dataset that includes regional and prefectural information, please contact the
JGSS Research Center directly and apply for a data use agreement. For more details, please see "Data
Application" in our website (http://jgss.daishodai.ac.jp/english/data/dat_top.html).

If you publish an article or a book which refer to this data file, please send a copy of the publication(s) to
JGSS Research Center.
JGSS Research Center
c/o Osaka University of Commerce
4-1-10 Mikuriya-sakaemachi,
Higashi-osaka, OSAKA
JAPAN 577-8505
E-mail: jgss@daishodai.ac.jp
Phone: +81-6-6785-6013
Fax: +81-6-6785-6011

Every year, JGSS project calls for academic papers using JGSS dataset and gives recognition to excellent
ones. Your active application will be welcomed. For details please see JGSS homepage
(http://jgss.daishodai.ac.jp) Also, the following books on JGSS are now in print. We hope they will be
utilized in research and education.
Culture and Values in East Asia, Noriko Iwai and Mitsuaki Ueda (eds.), Nakanishiya, 2012.
Family Values in East Asia, Noriko Iwai and Tokio Yasuda (eds.), Nakanishiya, 2011.
Values and Behavioral Patterns in Japan, Ichiro Tanioka, Michio Nitta and Noriko Iwai (eds.), University of Tokyo
Press, 2008.
Basics of Survey Data Analysis, Noriko Iwai and Tokio Yasuda, Yuhikaku, 2007.
Japanese Values and Behavioral Patterns Seen in Japanese General Social Survey, Noriko Iwai and Hiroki Sato
(eds.), Yuhikaku, 2002

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List of Variables Requiring Attention

JGSS is repeated cross-sectional survey, but even if the question items are the same as in foregoing
survey years, subtle changes may have been made. For instance, the wording for response choices may be
slightly different.
With SPSS data, even in such cases, the same variable names and the latest wording for choices are used,
but slight differences depending on the survey year could influence interpretation of the results of data
analysis. The following list is the notes for each variable. Variable names are sorted in alphabetical order.
When using these variables for analysis, check the contents of the notes.

AGE1MG
In 2006, this question was asked in self-administered questionnaire B. Excluding 2006, however, the
question was asked in face-to-face interview.
AGE2MG
In 2006, this question was asked in self-administered questionnaire B. Excluding 2006, however, the
question was asked in face-to-face interview.
AGE3MG
In 2006, this question was asked in self-administered questionnaire B. Excluding 2006, however, the
question was asked in face-to-face interview.
AGE4MG
In 2006, this question was asked in self-administered questionnaire B. Excluding 2006, however, the
question was asked in face-to-face interview.
AGEB
In 2000, this question asked the respondent’s age as of June 25.
From 2001 through 2006, this question asked the respondent’s age as of September 1.
In 2008, this question asked the respondent’s age as of August 31.
In 2010, this question asked the respondent’s age as of December 31 2009.
In 2012, this question asked the respondent’s age as of December 31 2011.
AGEDRP
This question includes some inappropriate responses when viewed with the question concerning
respondents’ academic record. Yet no data cleaning has been made for this question.
AGEGRD
This question includes some inappropriate responses when viewed with the question concerning
respondents’ academic record. Yet no data cleaning has been made for this question.
BLOCK
Regional block (this variable is not available in the JGSS-2012 published from data archives)
CC[**]AGE
This question asked the age of the respondent's own children only until 2002, but from 2005 for all
living children including adopted children and stepchildren.
The questionnaire in 2006 asked the age of children “not living together,” and totals were obtained by

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adding data for the age of children listed as “living together” in responses to FF[**]REL, FF[**]AGE.
The age of all living children was asked directly except for 2006.
CC[**]JOB
The questionnaire in 2006 asked the job status of children “not living together,” and totals were
obtained by adding data for the job status of children listed as “living together” in responses to
FF[**]REL, FF[**]JOB.
From 2008, the job status of all living children was asked directly.
CC[**]LVTG
Question format and the wording for this question differ depending on the survey year.
CC[**]MG
The questionnaire in 2006 asked the marital status of children “not living together,” and totals were
obtained by adding data for the marital status of children listed as “living together” in responses to
FF[**]REL, FF[**]MG.
From 2008, the marital status of all living children was asked directly.
CC[**]SEX
This question applied to the respondent's own children only until 2003, but from 2005 has applied for
all living children including adopted children and stepchildren.
CCNUMTTL
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
Up through 2003 this variable indicated the number of children by birth only.
In 2005 survey it also contained adopted children and children by previous marriage.
CMTBCYL
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
CMTBOAT
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
CMTBUS
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
CMTCAR
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
CMTETC
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
CMTMCYL
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
CMTTRAIN
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
CMTWALK
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
DATE
Variable labels in Japanese for this question differ depending on the survey year.
DAY

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Variable labels in Japanese for this question differ depending on the survey year.
DO7DRINK
The wording for the choice “7” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
DOCOMPJ
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
DOCOMPP
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
DOECLMC
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
DOECNONE
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
DOECWC
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
DOINBANK
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
In 2008, the question partially differed between questionnaire A and B. Questionnaire A asked about
“DOINHP (the creation of homepages),” and B asked about “DOINHPB (the creation of homepages
including blogs).”
DOINBRS
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
In 2008, the question partially differed between questionnaire A and B. Questionnaire A asked about
“DOINHP (the creation of homepages),” and B asked about “DOINHPB (the creation of homepages
including blogs).”
DOINGAME
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
In 2008, the question partially differed between questionnaire A and B. Questionnaire A asked about
“DOINHP (the creation of homepages),” and B asked about “DOINHPB (the creation of homepages
including blogs).”
DOINHPB
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
In 2008, the question partially differed between questionnaire A and B. Questionnaire A asked about
“DOINHP (the creation of homepages),” and B asked about “DOINHPB (the creation of homepages
including blogs).”
DOINNONE
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
In 2008, the question partially differed between questionnaire A and B. Questionnaire A asked about
“DOINHP (the creation of homepages),” and B asked about “DOINHPB (the creation of homepages
including blogs).”

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DOINSHOP
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
In 2008, the question partially differed between questionnaire A and B. Questionnaire A asked about
“DOINHP (the creation of homepages),” and B asked about “DOINHPB (the creation of homepages
including blogs).”
DOMARRY
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
DONONEX
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
DOPHS
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
ENHMAP
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
ENHMWP
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
FFH[**]AGE
In 2005, this question asked the age as of September 1.
FFHEAD
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
Up through 2003 this question was asked to respondents who have family, and those who are not living
with family or are living with their friends etc. are excluded.
From 2005 survey, however, the question was asked to all the respondents.
FFO[**]REL
Question format for this question differs depending on the survey year.
FFO[**]WHY
Question format and the wording for this question differ depending on the survey year.
FQ4MOVIE
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year
FQ5TRIP
The wording for the choice “5” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
FQ7CKDNR
The wording for the choice “1” and “7” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
FQ7CLEAN
The wording for the choice “1” and “7” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
FQ7FFDNR
Up through 2003 this question asked how often respondents “have a family dinner”.
In 2005 this asked how often respondents “eat dinner with family”.
The wording for the choice “1” and “7” in this question differs depending on the survey year.

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FQ7FRSEE
The wording for the choice “1” and “7” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
FQ7GARB
The wording for the choice “1” and “7” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
FQ7SHOP
The wording for the choice “1” and “7” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
FQ7WASH
The wording for the choice “1” and “7” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
INCFAM
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
INCRENT(rent income) was added based on the content of “10 Others.”
In 2012, the choice “rental income (house rent, land, parking fee, etc.) was added.
INCIRR
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
INCRENT(rent income) was added based on the content of “10 Others.”
In 2012, the choice “rental income (house rent, land, parking fee, etc.) was added.
INCMAIN
Codes and Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
In 2010, Following code, “12 Rent income,” was added based on the content of “10 Others.”
In 2012, the choice “rental income (house rent, land, parking fee, etc.) was added.
INCNOKN
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
INCRENT(rent income) was added based on the content of “10 Others.”
In 2012, the choice “rental income (house rent, land, parking fee, etc.) was added.
INCOTHER
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
INCRENT(rent income) was added based on the content of “10 Others.”
In 2012, the choice “rental income (house rent, land, parking fee, etc.) was added.
INCPAR
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
INCRENT(rent income) was added based on the content of “10 Others.”
In 2012, the choice “rental income (house rent, land, parking fee, etc.) was added.
INCPEN
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.

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INCRENT(rent income) was added based on the content of “10 Others.”
In 2012, the choice “rental income (house rent, land, parking fee, etc.) was added.
INCRENT
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
INCRENT(rent income) was added based on the content of “10 Others.”
In 2012, the choice “rental income (house rent, land, parking fee, etc.) was added.
INCSAVE
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
INCRENT(rent income) was added based on the content of “10 Others.”
In 2012, the choice “rental income (house rent, land, parking fee, etc.) was added.
INCSELF
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
INCRENT(rent income) was added based on the content of “10 Others.”
In 2012, the choice “rental income (house rent, land, parking fee, etc.) was added.
INCSOC
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
INCRENT(rent income) was added based on the content of “10 Others.”
In 2012, the choice “rental income (house rent, land, parking fee, etc.) was added.
INCSP
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
INCRENT(rent income) was added based on the content of “10 Others.”
In 2012, the choice “rental income (house rent, land, parking fee, etc.) was added.
INCUEB
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
From 2005 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
INCRENT(rent income) was added based on the content of “10 Others.”
In 2012, the choice “rental income (house rent, land, parking fee, etc.) was added.
JOINUNI
The choice of “Don’t know” was not asked in 2000, 2001, and 2005.
MMAGE
Question format and the wording for this question differ depending on the survey year.
In 2005, it was the age as of September 1.
In 2006, the age at the time of the interview was asked for a mother indicated on the questionnaire as
“not living together,” and totals obtained by adding data on age for mother indicated as “living together”
in responses to FF[**]REL, FF[**]AGE.

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The age of living mother was asked directly except for 2006.
MMJBTP15
The wording for the choice “6 (f)” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
MMJOB
Question format for this question differ depending on the survey year.
In 2006, the job status was asked for mother indicated on the questionnaire as “not living together,” and
totals obtained by adding data on job status for mother indicated as “living together” in responses to
FF[**]REL, FF[**]JOB.
From 2008, the job status of living mother was asked directly.
MMLSTSCH
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.
The wording for the choice “1 (a)” and “4 (d)” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
MMLVTG
Question format and the wording for this question differ depending on the survey year.
MMMG
Question format and the wording for this question differ depending on the survey year.
In 2006, the marital status was asked for a mother indicated on the questionnaire as “not living together,”
and totals obtained by adding data on marital status for mother indicated as “living together” in
responses to FF[**]REL, FF[**]MG.
From 2008, the choices of “separated” and “cohabiting” have been removed.
From 2008, the marital status of living mother was asked directly.
MONTH
Variable labels in Japanese for this question differ depending on the survey year.
OCOMMPOK
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.
The wording for the choice “Conservative Party” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
Up through 2002 this question was asked in face-to-face interview. From 2003 survey, however, the
question was asked in self-administered questionnaire.
From 2006 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
In 2010, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OMINNAOK(Minnanoto:
Your Party), OKOKUMOK(Kokumin shinto: The People's New Party), OKOUFUOK(Koufuku
jitsugento: The Happiness Realization Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of
Japan), and OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon).
In 2012, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OKOKUMOK(Kokumin
Shinto: The People’s New Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of Japan), and
OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon), and OISHINOK(Osaka Ishin no Kai: Osaka
Restoration Association).
ODPOK
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.
The wording for the choice “Conservative Party” in this question differs depending on the survey year.

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Up through 2002 this question was asked in face-to-face interview. From 2003 survey, however, the
question was asked in self-administered questionnaire.
From 2006 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
In 2010, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OMINNAOK(Minnanoto:
Your Party), OKOKUMOK(Kokumin shinto: The People's New Party), OKOUFUOK(Koufuku
jitsugento: The Happiness Realization Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of
Japan), and OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon).
In 2012, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OKOKUMOK(Kokumin
Shinto: The People’s New Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of Japan), and
OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon), and OISHINOK(Osaka Ishin no Kai: Osaka
Restoration Association).
OISHINOK
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.
The wording for the choice “Conservative Party” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
Up through 2002 this question was asked in face-to-face interview. From 2003 survey, however, the
question was asked in self-administered questionnaire.
From 2006 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
In 2010, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OMINNAOK(Minnanoto:
Your Party), OKOKUMOK(Kokumin shinto: The People's New Party), OKOUFUOK(Koufuku
jitsugento: The Happiness Realization Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of
Japan), and OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon).
In 2012, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OKOKUMOK(Kokumin
Shinto: The People’s New Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of Japan), and
OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon), and OISHINOK(Osaka Ishin no Kai: Osaka
Restoration Association).
OKOKUMOK
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.
The wording for the choice “Conservative Party” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
Up through 2002 this question was asked in face-to-face interview. From 2003 survey, however, the
question was asked in self-administered questionnaire.
From 2006 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
In 2010, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OMINNAOK(Minnanoto:
Your Party), OKOKUMOK(Kokumin shinto: The People's New Party), OKOUFUOK(Koufuku
jitsugento: The Happiness Realization Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of
Japan), and OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon).
In 2012, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OKOKUMOK(Kokumin
Shinto: The People’s New Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of Japan), and
OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon), and OISHINOK(Osaka Ishin no Kai: Osaka
Restoration Association).
OKOMEIOK

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The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.
The wording for the choice “Conservative Party” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
Up through 2002 this question was asked in face-to-face interview. From 2003 survey, however, the
question was asked in self-administered questionnaire.
From 2006 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
In 2010, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OMINNAOK(Minnanoto:
Your Party), OKOKUMOK(Kokumin shinto: The People's New Party), OKOUFUOK(Koufuku
jitsugento: The Happiness Realization Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of
Japan), and OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon).
In 2012, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OKOKUMOK(Kokumin
Shinto: The People’s New Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of Japan), and
OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon), and OISHINOK(Osaka Ishin no Kai: Osaka
Restoration Association).
OLDPOK
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.
The wording for the choice “Conservative Party” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
Up through 2002 this question was asked in face-to-face interview. From 2003 survey, however, the
question was asked in self-administered questionnaire.
From 2006 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
In 2010, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OMINNAOK(Minnanoto:
Your Party), OKOKUMOK(Kokumin shinto: The People's New Party), OKOUFUOK(Koufuku
jitsugento: The Happiness Realization Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of
Japan), and OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon).
In 2012, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OKOKUMOK(Kokumin
Shinto: The People’s New Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of Japan), and
OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon), and OISHINOK(Osaka Ishin no Kai: Osaka
Restoration Association).
OMINNAOK
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.
The wording for the choice “Conservative Party” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
Up through 2002 this question was asked in face-to-face interview. From 2003 survey, however, the
question was asked in self-administered questionnaire.
From 2006 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
In 2010, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OMINNAOK(Minnanoto:
Your Party), OKOKUMOK(Kokumin shinto: The People's New Party), OKOUFUOK(Koufuku
jitsugento: The Happiness Realization Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of
Japan), and OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon).
In 2012, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OKOKUMOK(Kokumin
Shinto: The People’s New Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of Japan), and
OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon), and OISHINOK(Osaka Ishin no Kai: Osaka

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Restoration Association).
ONOPLPOK
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.
The wording for the choice “Conservative Party” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
Up through 2002 this question was asked in face-to-face interview. From 2003 survey, however, the
question was asked in self-administered questionnaire.
From 2006 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
In 2010, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OMINNAOK(Minnanoto:
Your Party), OKOKUMOK(Kokumin shinto: The People's New Party), OKOUFUOK(Koufuku
jitsugento: The Happiness Realization Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of
Japan), and OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon).
In 2012, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OKOKUMOK(Kokumin
Shinto: The People’s New Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of Japan), and
OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon), and OISHINOK(Osaka Ishin no Kai: Osaka
Restoration Association).
OOTHEROK
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.
The wording for the choice “Conservative Party” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
Up through 2002 this question was asked in face-to-face interview. From 2003 survey, however, the
question was asked in self-administered questionnaire.
From 2006 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
In 2010, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OMINNAOK(Minnanoto:
Your Party), OKOKUMOK(Kokumin shinto: The People's New Party), OKOUFUOK(Koufuku
jitsugento: The Happiness Realization Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of
Japan), and OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon).
In 2012, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OKOKUMOK(Kokumin
Shinto: The People’s New Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of Japan), and
OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon), and OISHINOK(Osaka Ishin no Kai: Osaka
Restoration Association).
OP10LVL
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
OP3NEWJB
In 2006, this question was asked in self-administered questionnaire A. Excluding 2006, however, the
question was asked in face-to-face interview.
OP4UNEMP
In 2006, this question was asked in self-administered questionnaire A. Excluding 2006, however, the
question was asked in face-to-face interview.
OP5SCHPF
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.

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From 2000 through 2002, the question was asked in face-to-face interview. From 2008, however, the
question was asked in self-administered questionnaire.
OPCNSMTX
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.
OPLPDONT
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.
The wording for the choice “Conservative Party” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
Up through 2002 this question was asked in face-to-face interview. From 2003 survey, however, the
question was asked in self-administered questionnaire.
From 2006 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
In 2010, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OMINNAOK(Minnanoto:
Your Party), OKOKUMOK(Kokumin shinto: The People's New Party), OKOUFUOK(Koufuku
jitsugento: The Happiness Realization Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of
Japan), and OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon).
In 2012, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OKOKUMOK(Kokumin
Shinto: The People’s New Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of Japan), and
OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon), and OISHINOK(Osaka Ishin no Kai: Osaka
Restoration Association).
OSDPOK
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.
The wording for the choice “Conservative Party” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
Up through 2002 this question was asked in face-to-face interview. From 2003 survey, however, the
question was asked in self-administered questionnaire.
From 2006 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
In 2010, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OMINNAOK(Minnanoto:
Your Party), OKOKUMOK(Kokumin shinto: The People's New Party), OKOUFUOK(Koufuku
jitsugento: The Happiness Realization Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of
Japan), and OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon).
In 2012, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OKOKUMOK(Kokumin
Shinto: The People’s New Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of Japan), and
OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon), and OISHINOK(Osaka Ishin no Kai: Osaka
Restoration Association).
OSHINTOK
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.
The wording for the choice “Conservative Party” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
Up through 2002 this question was asked in face-to-face interview. From 2003 survey, however, the
question was asked in self-administered questionnaire.
From 2006 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
In 2010, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OMINNAOK(Minnanoto:
Your Party), OKOKUMOK(Kokumin shinto: The People's New Party), OKOUFUOK(Koufuku

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jitsugento: The Happiness Realization Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of
Japan), and OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon).
In 2012, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OKOKUMOK(Kokumin
Shinto: The People’s New Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of Japan), and
OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon), and OISHINOK(Osaka Ishin no Kai: Osaka
Restoration Association).
OTACHIOK
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.
The wording for the choice “Conservative Party” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
Up through 2002 this question was asked in face-to-face interview. From 2003 survey, however, the
question was asked in self-administered questionnaire.
From 2006 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
In 2010, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OMINNAOK(Minnanoto:
Your Party), OKOKUMOK(Kokumin shinto: The People's New Party), OKOUFUOK(Koufuku
jitsugento: The Happiness Realization Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of
Japan), and OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon).
In 2012, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OKOKUMOK(Kokumin
Shinto: The People’s New Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of Japan), and
OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon), and OISHINOK(Osaka Ishin no Kai: Osaka
Restoration Association).
PINTDFA
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
PINTDOT
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
PPAGE
Question format and the wording for this question differ depending on the survey year.
In 2005, it was the age as of September 1. In 2006, the age at the time of the interview was asked for a
father indicated on the questionnaire as “not living together,” and totals obtained by adding data on age
for father indicated as “living together” in responses to FF[**]REL, FF[**]AGE.
The age of living father was asked directly except for 2006.
PPJBSZ15
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
PPJOB
Question format for this question differs depending on the survey year.
In 2006, the job status was asked for father indicated on the questionnaire as “not living together,” and
totals obtained by adding data on job status for father indicated as “living together” in responses to
FF[**]REL, FF[**]JOB.
From 2008, the job status of living father was asked directly.
PPLSTSCH
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.

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The wording for the choice “1 (a)” and “4 (d)” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
PPLVTG
Question format and the wording for this question differ depending on the survey year.
PPMG
Question format and the wording for this question differ depending on the survey year.
Question format and codes for this question differ depending on the survey year.
In 2006, the marital status was asked for a father indicated on the questionnaire as “not living together,”
and totals obtained by adding data on marital status for father indicated as “living together” in
responses to FF[**]REL, FF[**]MG.
From 2008, the choices of “separated” and “cohabiting” have been removed.
From 2008, the marital status of living father was asked directly.
PREF
This variable is not included in the published dataset from the JGSS-2008 onwards.
PREF15
Up through 2003 respondents who lived overseas at 15 years of age were excluded (classified under
TP5LOC15), but in 2005 or later all the respondents are under coverage of this question. See the survey
questionnaire of each year for details. This variable is not included in the published dataset from the
JGSS-2008 onwards.
PRTMSTAT
This question includes responses that contradict to those in Question 47 A ~ I in Questionnaire B. This
is probably because some respondents mistakenly chose the item 10 “join no association or
organization when they do not “actively” participate in any association or organization. No data
cleaning has been made for contradictory responses between Question 47 and 48.
QFNRINCR
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
QKBNKCLI
Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about
radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
QKINCB (increase of businesses), QKINCS (increase in sales), QKDWE (support of businesses,
handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
QKBNKOWN
Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about
radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
QKINCB (increase of businesses), QKINCS (increase in sales), QKDWE (support of businesses,
handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
QKBUSDAY
Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about

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radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
QKINCB (increase of businesses), QKINCS (increase in sales), QKDWE (support of businesses,
handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
QKDECUS
Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about
radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
QKINCB (increase of businesses), QKINCS (increase in sales), QKDWE (support of businesses,
handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
QKDWE
Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about
radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
QKINCB (increase of businesses), QKINCS (increase in sales), QKDWE (support of businesses,
handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
QKFIRED
Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about
radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
QKINCB (increase of businesses), QKINCS (increase in sales), QKDWE (support of businesses,
handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
QKHARR
Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about
radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
QKINCB (increase of businesses), QKINCS (increase in sales), QKDWE (support of businesses,
handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
QKHOME
Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about
radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
QKINCB (increase of businesses), QKINCS (increase in sales), QKDWE (support of businesses,
handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
QKINCB
Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about
radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
QKINCB (increase of businesses), QKINCS (increase in sales), QKDWE (support of businesses,
handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
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Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about
radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
QKINCB (increase of businesses), QKINCS (increase in sales), QKDWE (support of businesses,
handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
QKNOINF
Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about
radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
QKINCB (increase of businesses), QKINCS (increase in sales), QKDWE (support of businesses,
handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
QKNORENW
Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about
radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
QKINCB (increase of businesses), QKINCS (increase in sales), QKDWE (support of businesses,
handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
QKOT
Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about
radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
QKINCB (increase of businesses), QKINCS (increase in sales), QKDWE (support of businesses,
handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
QKOVRTM
Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about
radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
QKINCB (increase of businesses), QKINCS (increase in sales), QKDWE (support of businesses,
handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
QKRETIRE
Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about
radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
QKINCB (increase of businesses), QKINCS (increase in sales), QKDWE (support of businesses,
handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
QKSHOG
Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about
radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
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handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
QKSPOW
Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about
radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
QKINCB (increase of businesses), QKINCS (increase in sales), QKDWE (support of businesses,
handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
QKUNEMP
Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about
radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
QKINCB (increase of businesses), QKINCS (increase in sales), QKDWE (support of businesses,
handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
QKWGDWN
Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about
radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
QKINCB (increase of businesses), QKINCS (increase in sales), QKDWE (support of businesses,
handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
QKWRKHR
Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about
radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
QKINCB (increase of businesses), QKINCS (increase in sales), QKDWE (support of businesses,
handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
QKWRKRED
Following variables were added based on the content of “Others”: QKSPOW (saving electricity,
blackout), QKSHOG (logistics or traffic disturbance, supply shortage), QKHARR (anxiety about
radiation, reputational damage), QKDECUS (decline in sales, decrease in the number of coustomers),
QKINCB (increase of businesses), QKINCS (increase in sales), QKDWE (support of businesses,
handling of issues related to disaster or its prevention).
SIZE
“Large city” indicates the cabinet-order designated city at the time of each survey.
Codes for this question differ depending on the survey year.
SIZE2K
This variable was based on municipality at the time of 2000 National Census.
SPAGEX
Up through 2003, the age of respondents’ spouse was not asked directly, and extracted from the answers
on the age of household members.
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In 2006 the age was extracted from SPAGEZ (only in self-administered questionnaire B) which asked
the age of respondents’ spouse directly, and from the answers on the age of household members.
From 2008, the age of respondents’ spouse was asked directly.
From 2008, cohabiting should be treated as married, and were included for the question.
SPLVTG
From 2008, cohabiting should be treated as married, and were included for the question.
SSAGEDRP
This question includes some inappropriate responses when viewed with the question concerning
respondents’ academic record. Yet no data cleaning has been made for this question.
SSAGEGRD
This question includes some inappropriate responses when viewed with the question concerning
respondents’ academic record. Yet no data cleaning has been made for this question.
SSJB1WK
From 2008, cohabiting should be treated as married, and were included for the question.
SSJBDWK
Question format and the wording for this question differ depending on the survey year.
From 2008, cohabiting should be treated as married, and were included for the question.
SSJBHRWK
Question format and the wording for this question differ depending on the survey year.
From 2008, cohabiting should be treated as married, and were included for the question.
SSLSTSCH
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.
The wording for the choice “1 (a)”, “4 (d)” and “15” in this question differs depending on the survey
year.
From 2008, cohabiting should be treated as married, and were included for the question.
SSSJBHWK
From 2008, cohabiting should be treated as married, and were included for the question.
SSSZINCA
From 2008, cohabiting should be treated as married, and were included for the question.
SSSZINCM
Variable labels for this question differ depending on the survey year.
Question format and the wording for this question differ depending on the survey year.
Code “22 Don’t have a spouse” and “23 Don’t work” in 2006 correspond to “88 Not applicable” up
through 2005.
From 2008, cohabiting should be treated as married, and were included for the question.
SSSZSTFA
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
From 2008, cohabiting should be treated as married, and were included for the question.
SSSZWKYR
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From 2008, cohabiting should be treated as married, and were included for the question.
SSTPJOBP
From 2008, cohabiting should be treated as married, and were included for the question.
SSTPUNEM
The wording for the choice “2” and “5” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
SSXXHQX
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
From 2008, cohabiting should be treated as married, and were included for the question.
SSXXJOB
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
From 2008, cohabiting should be treated as married, and were included for the question.
SSXXJOBE
This variable has been made out by using ISCO-88 classification only for the respondents of
self-administered questionnaire B.
From 2008, cohabiting should be treated as married, and were included for the question.
ST5JOB
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
SZDNT
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
SZFFONLY
Up through 2003 this question was asked to respondents who have family, and those who are not living
with family or are living with their friends etc. are excluded. From 2005 survey, however, the question
was asked to all the respondents.
SZFFOUT
Variable labels in Japanese for this question differ depending on the survey year.
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
Up through 2003 this question was asked to respondents who have family, and those who are not living
with family or are living with their friends etc. are excluded. From 2005 survey, however, the question
was asked to all the respondents.
SZFFTTL
Up through 2003 this question was asked to respondents who have family, and those who are not living
with family or are living with their friends etc. are excluded. From 2005 survey, however, the question
was asked to all the respondents.
SZHSINCM
Question format and the wording for this question differ depending on the survey year.
SZINCOMX
Variable labels for this question differ depending on the survey year.
Question format and the wording for this question differ depending on the survey year.
Code “23 Don’t work” in 2006 corresponds to “88 Not applicable” up through 2005.
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Question format and the wording for this question differ depending on the survey year.
Up through 2005 this question was asked to respondents who answered “1 Yes” in XSJB1WK. From
2006 this questioned was asked to respondents who answered “1 I worked last week” or “2 I was going
to work last week, but did not work” in XJOB1WK.
SZSTFFST
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year. This question was not asked in
2003.
SZTTLSTA
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.
The target range is different among on and prior to 2002, 2003, and on and after 2005. Up through 2002,
respondents whose workplace had only one office were excluded, (classified under TP4WPLA) but in
2003 respondents whose workplace had only one office were included in the target range. Up through
2002, the number of employees only in the respondents’ workplace was asked (SZSTAFA) separately.
The size of business of respondents whose workplace has only one office can be determined by this. In
2003 respondents who worked for government agency were excluded (classified under SZSTAFA), but
on and after 2005 they are included. See the survey questionnaire of each year for details.
TP4WPLA
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
TP5LOC15
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
TP5UNEMP
Choices for this question differ depending on the survey year.
Comparing surveys on and prior to 2001 with on and after 2002, the target range is somewhat different.
Up through 2001, students are excluded (classified under XNOWORK) but on and after 2002
non-working students are included in the target range. Using TP5UNEMP, if you remove students from
the target range on and after 2002, you can set a target range that is almost identical to that up through
2001. See the survey questionnaire of each year for details.
TPHOUSE
This question was asked in self-administered questionnaire up until 2010. In 2012, the responses were
filled out by interviewers.
WEIGHT
Different classification were used between surveys up through 2003 and surveys from 2005. See
JGSS-2006 codebook for further details.
This weighting variable is based on the population in each survey year, and cannot be used to attach
weighting across survey years.
WLKEEPJA
In 2006, this question was asked in self-administered questionnaire. Excluding 2006, however, the
question was asked in face-to-face interview.
WLLIVE
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XJOB1WK
The wording for the choice “2 (b)” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
XJOBYR
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
XMARRY
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year. In 2006, this question was asked in
self-administered questionnaire B. Excluding 2006, however, the question was asked in face-to-face
interview.
XQTSMOKE
Comparing surveys on and prior to 2001 with on and after 2002, the target range is somewhat different.
Up through 2001, all respondents who have smoked are included (classified under DOSMOKE) but on
and after 2002 current quitters of smoking are excluded, and only current smokers are included
(classified under DOSMOKEX).
XSSNBROE
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
From 2008, cohabiting should be treated as married, and were included for the question.
XSSNBROY
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
From 2008, cohabiting should be treated as married, and were included for the question.
XSSNSISE
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
From 2008, cohabiting should be treated as married, and were included for the question.
XSSNSISY
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.
From 2008, cohabiting should be treated as married, and were included for the question.
XVLCC
XVLDISAB(activities associated with disabilities) was added based on the content of “7 Others.”
XVLDISAB
XVLDISAB(activities associated with disabilities) was added based on the content of “7 Others.”
XVLELD
XVLDISAB(activities associated with disabilities) was added based on the content of “7 Others.”
XVLIMPRT
XVLDISAB(activities associated with disabilities) was added based on the content of “7 Others.”
XVLNONE
XVLDISAB(activities associated with disabilities) was added based on the content of “7 Others.”
XVLNTENV
XVLDISAB(activities associated with disabilities) was added based on the content of “7 Others.”
XVLOTHR
XVLDISAB(activities associated with disabilities) was added based on the content of “7 Others.”
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XVLDISAB(activities associated with disabilities) was added based on the content of “7 Others.”
XVLSPTS
XVLDISAB(activities associated with disabilities) was added based on the content of “7 Others.”
XWORK
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.
The wording for the choice “Conservative Party” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
Up through 2002 this question was asked in face-to-face interview. From 2003 survey, however, the
question was asked in self-administered questionnaire.
From 2006 “nothing marked” has not been made out.
In 2010, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OMINNAOK(Minnanoto:
Your Party), OKOKUMOK(Kokumin shinto: The People's New Party), OKOUFUOK(Koufuku
jitsugento: The Happiness Realization Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of
Japan), and OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon).
In 2012, following variables were added based on the content of “8 Others”: OKOKUMOK(Kokumin
Shinto: The People’s New Party), OTACHIAOK(Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of Japan), and
OSHINTOK(Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon), and OISHINOK(Osaka Ishin no Kai: Osaka
Restoration Association).
XX8PLPTY
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.
The wording for the choice “Conservative Party” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
Following codes were added based on the content of “6 Others”: “9 Minnanoto: Your Party”, “10
Kokumin shinto: The People's New Party”, “11 Koufuku jitsugento: The Happiness Realization Party”,
“12 Tachiagare Nippon: The Sunrise Party of Japan”, and “13 Shinto Nippon: New Party Nippon.”
Up through 2002 this question was asked in face-to-face interview. From 2003 survey, however, the
question was asked in self-administered questionnaire.
XXJOBE
This variable has been made out by using ISCO-88 classification only for the respondents of
self-administered questionnaire B.
XXLSTJB
The target range is different depending on the survey year. Up until 2001, students are excluded
(classified under XNOWORK) but on and after 2002 non-working students are included in the target
range. In addition, up until 2002, those who have not worked for more than a year are excluded
(classified under XWORK1Y) but in 2012 they are also included in the target range. See the survey
questionnaire of each year for details.
XXLSTJBE
This variable has been made out by using ISCO-88 classification only for the respondents of
self-administered questionnaire B.
XXLSTSCH
The number of choices in this question varies depending on the survey year.
The wording for the choice “1 (a)” and “4 (d)” in this question differs depending on the survey year.

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XXRL
For this question, new codes are added as the survey years progress.
XXSTPJB
The wording for the choice “4 (d)” in this question differs depending on the survey year.
The target range is different depending on the survey year. Up until 2001, students are excluded
(classified under XNOWORK) but on and after 2002 non-working students are included in the target
range. In addition, up until 2002, those who have not worked for more than a year are excluded
(classified under XWORK1Y) but in 2012 they are also included in the target range. See the survey
questionnaire of each year for details.
XXWPL
The wording for this question differs depending on the survey year.

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Sampling and Administration: JGSS-2012

Survey Area: Nationwide


Population: Males and Females 20-89 years of age
Sample Size: 9,000
Sampling Method: Two-stage stratified random sampling
Number of Sampling Spots: 600 points
Form of Register: Basic resident register
Survey administration: Both face-to-face interview and placement (self-administered) method
Number of Valid Responses: Form A: 2,332
Form B: 2,335
Response Rate: Form A: 59.1%
Form B: 58.8%

1. Sampling process
Stratification of population, by region (6) and by population size of cities/districts (4)
Largest cities: Sapporo, Sendai, Saitama, Chiba, Tokyo Metropolitan Area, Yokohama,
Kawasaki, Sagamihara, Niigata, Shizuoka, Hamamatsu, Nagoya, Kyoto,
Osaka, Sakai, Kobe, Okayama, Hiroshima, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka
Cities with population of 200,000 or more
Cities with population of less than 200,000
Town / village
Allocation of sampling individuals to each stratum according to the size of the population aged
20-89.
a) Sampling of spots
Primary sampling units are based on basic unit districts used for the 2005 Census (about 50
households).
About 15 individuals are sampled per basic unit district in each stratum.
The selection of basic unit districts for sampling is based on the equal interval sampling method
starting with a randomly determined basic unit district.
The interval among sampling spots is computed for each stratum based on the following formula:
( No. of the total population) / (No. of sampling spots assigned)
The order of municipalities for sampling follows the municipal code set by the Ministry of Home
Affairs.
b) Sampling of individuals
Using the basic resident registers, 15 individuals are sampled as the first targets for each spot starting
from a random starting point.
Sampling interval: 21 for a city whose population is over 40,000
11 for a city/suburban district whose population is less than 40,000

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The Number of Population, Target Sample Size and
the Number of Sampling Spots for Each Stratum

y population size Cities with Cities with


population of population of
Largest cities Town / village Total
By Region 200000 or less than
more 200000
2,376,690 2,444,975 4,933,538 2,393,574 12,148,777
Hokkaido/Tohoku
208 (14) 214(14) 433(29) 210 (14) 1,065 (71)
Kanto 13,532,629 7,893,632 10,956,002 1,715,156 34,097,419
1,187 (79) 692 (46) 961 (64) 150 (10) 2,990 (199)
3,640,904 4,404,138 8,937,221 1,777,239 18,759,502
Chubu
319 (21) 386 (26) 784 (52) 156 (10) 1,645 (109)
5,132,615 5,047,611 5,461,695 983,579 16,625,500
Kinki
450 (30) 443 (30) 479 (32) 86 (6) 1,458 (98)
1,467,178 2,572,113 4,263,881 1,044,276 9,347,448
Chugoku/Shikoku
128 (9) 226 (15) 374 (25) 92 (6) 821 (55)
1,918,336 2,978,966 5,080,526 1,669,002 11,646,830
Kyushu
168 (11) 261 (17) 446 (30) 146 (10) 1,021 (68)
28,068,352 25,341,435 39,632,863 9,582,826 102,625,476
Total
2,461 (164) 2,222 (148) 3,477 (232) 840 (56) 9,000 (600)
Note: Upper value indicates the number of population, and lower value indicates the number of
sampling individuals and the number of sampling spots (in parentheses) for each stratum.

2. Use of the supplementary targets


No supplementary target is used.

3. Non-response case
Interviewers fill out a question sheet for every non-response case.

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Calculation of variable WEIGHT in JGSS-2012

The JGSS-2012 dataset has a variable “WEIGHT” to weight data for population estimates.
This is produced by calculating the number of people which one respondent represents by taking into
consideration the following factors:
Sex (2 categories) x 10-year Age Group (7 categories) = 14 categories
“WEIGHT” for each category was calculated by dividing the population for the category by the
number of respondents for that category.
** The estimated 2011 population for each category is obtained from Population Estimates
(October 1, 2011) by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications.

The following table shows the population, the number of respondents and “WEIGHT” thus
calculated for each of the 14 categories.

Table Population, the Number of Respondents and “WEIGHT” for Each Category

Population Number of
WEIGHT
(in thousands) respondents
20-29 6,730 194 34,691
30-39 8,873 347 25,571
40-49 8,590 363 23,664
Male 50-59 7,873 358 21,992
60-69 8,926 456 19,575
70-79 5,989 334 17,931
80-89 2,582 96 26,896
20-29 6,442 236 27,297
30-39 8,569 404 21,210
40-49 8,402 420 20,005
Female 50-59 7,921 416 19,041
60-69 9,463 533 17,754
70-79 7,282 371 19,628
80-89 4,515 139 32,482

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ICPSR 36577
Japanese General Social Survey (JGSS), 2012

Variable Description and Frequencies

Note: Frequencies displayed for the variables are not


weighted. They are purely descriptive and may not be
representative of the study population. Please review any
sampling or weighting information available with the study.

Summary statistics (minimum, maximum, mean, median, and


standard deviation) may not be available for every variable in
the codebook. Conversely, a listing of frequencies in table
format may not be present for every variable in the codebook
either. However, all variables in the dataset are present and
display sufficient information about each variable. These
decisions are made intentionally and are at the discretion of
the archive producing this codebook.

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English Data
IDUSE: ID Number for users
ID Number for users

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 2334.00
• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 4667.00
• Standard Deviation: 1347.39

Location: 1-4 (width: 4; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

SIZE: Size of Municipality


Size of Municipality

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Largest cities 1085 23.2 %


2 Cities with population of 200000 or more 1120 24.0 %
3 Cities with population of less than 200000 1967 42.1 %
4 Town/village 495 10.6 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 4.00

Location: 5-5 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

SIZE2K: Size of Municipality (as of 2000)


Size of Municipality (as of 2000)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Largest cities 849 18.2 %


2 Other cities 2899 62.1 %
3 Town/village 919 19.7 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 3.00

Location: 6-6 (width: 1; decimal: 0)

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Variable Type: numeric

SEXA: Sex
Sex

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Male 2148 46.0 %


2 Female 2519 54.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 7-7 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

DOBYEAR: Date of Birth: Year (Christian Era)


Date of Birth: Year (Christian Era)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1922 - 11 0.2 %
1923 - 11 0.2 %
1924 - 12 0.3 %
1925 - 17 0.4 %
1926 - 22 0.5 %
1927 - 26 0.6 %
1928 - 30 0.6 %
1929 - 30 0.6 %
1930 - 33 0.7 %
1931 - 43 0.9 %
1932 - 51 1.1 %
1933 - 62 1.3 %
1934 - 48 1.0 %
1935 - 82 1.8 %
1936 - 73 1.6 %
1937 - 77 1.6 %
1938 - 69 1.5 %
1939 - 68 1.5 %
1940 - 78 1.7 %
1941 - 97 2.1 %
1942 - 93 2.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1943 - 94 2.0 %
1944 - 83 1.8 %
1945 - 65 1.4 %
1946 - 76 1.6 %
1947 - 124 2.7 %
1948 - 114 2.4 %
1949 - 121 2.6 %
1950 - 123 2.6 %
1951 - 96 2.1 %
1952 - 87 1.9 %
1953 - 73 1.6 %
1954 - 84 1.8 %
1955 - 86 1.8 %
1956 - 82 1.8 %
1957 - 77 1.6 %
1958 - 70 1.5 %
1959 - 77 1.6 %
1960 - 79 1.7 %
1961 - 59 1.3 %
1962 - 78 1.7 %
1963 - 78 1.7 %
1964 - 75 1.6 %
1965 - 80 1.7 %
1966 - 66 1.4 %
1967 - 77 1.6 %
1968 - 83 1.8 %
1969 - 70 1.5 %
1970 - 74 1.6 %
1971 - 102 2.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 1957.59
• Median: 1956.00
• Mode: 1947.00
• Minimum: 1922.00
• Maximum: 1991.00
• Standard Deviation: 16.93

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Location: 8-11 (width: 4; decimal: 0)
Variable Type: numeric

AGEB: Age
Age

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

20 - 37 0.8 %
21 - 38 0.8 %
22 - 39 0.8 %
23 - 34 0.7 %
24 - 56 1.2 %
25 - 43 0.9 %
26 - 51 1.1 %
27 - 33 0.7 %
28 - 50 1.1 %
29 - 49 1.0 %
30 - 56 1.2 %
31 - 55 1.2 %
32 - 65 1.4 %
33 - 78 1.7 %
34 - 77 1.6 %
35 - 63 1.3 %
36 - 77 1.6 %
37 - 102 2.2 %
38 - 96 2.1 %
39 - 82 1.8 %
40 - 102 2.2 %
41 - 74 1.6 %
42 - 70 1.5 %
43 - 83 1.8 %
44 - 77 1.6 %
45 - 66 1.4 %
46 - 80 1.7 %
47 - 75 1.6 %
48 - 78 1.7 %
49 - 78 1.7 %
50 - 59 1.3 %
51 - 79 1.7 %
52 - 77 1.6 %
53 - 70 1.5 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

54 - 77 1.6 %
55 - 82 1.8 %
56 - 86 1.8 %
57 - 84 1.8 %
58 - 73 1.6 %
59 - 87 1.9 %
60 - 96 2.1 %
61 - 123 2.6 %
62 - 121 2.6 %
63 - 114 2.4 %
64 - 124 2.7 %
65 - 76 1.6 %
66 - 65 1.4 %
67 - 83 1.8 %
68 - 94 2.0 %
69 - 93 2.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 53.41
• Median: 55.00
• Mode: 64.00
• Minimum: 20.00
• Maximum: 89.00
• Standard Deviation: 16.93

Location: 12-13 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

MARC: Marital Status (Same as DOMARRY)


Marital Status (Same as DOMARRY)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Currently married 3303 70.8 %


2 Divorced 255 5.5 %
3 Widowed 376 8.1 %
4 Never-married 721 15.4 %
5 Separated 4 0.1 %
6 Cohabiting 8 0.2 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 6.00

Location: 14-14 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

FORM: Form of Self-administrated Questionnaire


Form of Self-administrated Questionnaire

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Form A 2332 50.0 %


2 Form B 2335 50.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 15-15 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

XJOB1WK: Work Status


Did you have a paying job last week, or did you plan to work last week? Choose from below.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 I worked last week. 2821 60.4 %


2 I was going to work last week, but did not work. 72 1.5 %
3 I did not work. 1774 38.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 3.00

Location: 16-16 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

XJOBHWK: Work Hours per Week


How many total hours did you work last week, including overtime? If you have two or more jobs, please provide two answers: the
hours for your main job and the hours for all other side-jobs.

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1 - 6 0.1 %
2 - 9 0.2 %
3 - 13 0.3 %
4 - 10 0.2 %
5 - 19 0.4 %
6 - 30 0.6 %
7 - 9 0.2 %
8 - 30 0.6 %
9 - 9 0.2 %
10 - 43 0.9 %
11 - 4 0.1 %
12 - 36 0.8 %
13 - 5 0.1 %
14 - 11 0.2 %
15 - 36 0.8 %
16 - 48 1.0 %
17 - 5 0.1 %
18 - 34 0.7 %
19 - 7 0.1 %
20 - 112 2.4 %
21 - 13 0.3 %
22 - 9 0.2 %
23 - 6 0.1 %
24 - 72 1.5 %
25 - 62 1.3 %
26 - 7 0.1 %
27 - 8 0.2 %
28 - 20 0.4 %
29 - 5 0.1 %
30 - 159 3.4 %
31 - 2 0.0 %
32 - 36 0.8 %
33 - 9 0.2 %
34 - 2 0.0 %
35 - 91 1.9 %
36 - 24 0.5 %
37 - 8 0.2 %
38 - 30 0.6 %
39 - 12 0.3 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

40 - 649 13.9 %
41 - 4 0.1 %
42 - 77 1.6 %
43 - 19 0.4 %
44 - 14 0.3 %
45 - 142 3.0 %
46 - 17 0.4 %
47 - 6 0.1 %
48 - 157 3.4 %
49 - 9 0.2 %
50 - 259 5.5 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 1774 38.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 2,893 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 58.46
• Median: 40.00
• Mode: 40.00
• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 136.70

Location: 17-19 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

SZSJBHWK: Working Hours of Secondary Job


How many total hours did you work last week, including overtime? If you have two or more jobs, please provide two answers: the
hours for your main job and the hours for all other side-jobs.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 2818 60.4 %
1 - 3 0.1 %
2 - 6 0.1 %
3 - 4 0.1 %
4 - 2 0.0 %
5 - 3 0.1 %
6 - 5 0.1 %
7 - 1 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

8 - 4 0.1 %
10 - 8 0.2 %
11 - 2 0.0 %
12 - 1 0.0 %
15 - 2 0.0 %
16 - 1 0.0 %
18 - 2 0.0 %
20 - 5 0.1 %
23 - 1 0.0 %
24 - 2 0.0 %
25 - 5 0.1 %
30 - 2 0.0 %
32 - 2 0.0 %
36 - 1 0.0 %
40 - 2 0.0 %
45 - 1 0.0 %
50 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 9 0.2 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 1774 38.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,893 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 3.43
• Median: 0.00
• Mode: 0.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 55.69

Location: 20-22 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

TPJB: Employment Relationship


Which one of the following categories best describes your job?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Employee 2265 48.5 %


2 Executive of a company or a corporation 116 2.5 %
3 Self-employed 379 8.1 %
4 Family worker 114 2.4 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

5 Doing piece work at home 17 0.4 %


6 Don't know 2 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 1774 38.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,893 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 6.00

Location: 23-23 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

TPJBS: Employment Status


Which of the following best describes your employment status?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Regular employee 1397 29.9 %


2 Part-time temporary worker 656 14.1 %
3 Dispatched worker from temporary personnel agency 57 1.2 %
4 Contract employee 93 2.0 %
5 Non-regular employee (Shokutaku) 53 1.1 %
6 Don't know 7 0.1 %
9 No answer 2 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2402 51.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,265 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 24-24 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

TPJOBP: Job Title


Which of the following post are you now appointed?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 No managerial post 872 18.7 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

2 Group leader, Foreman 105 2.2 %


3 Sub-section Head 142 3.0 %
4 Section Head, Manager 148 3.2 %
5 Department Head, General Manager 64 1.4 %
6 Other managerial post 7 0.1 %
7 Don't know 3 0.1 %
9 No answer 56 1.2 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 3270 70.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,397 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 25-25 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

TPJBSE: Having Employees


Do you hire employees (including part-time temporary workers) other than your family members?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 114 2.4 %


2 No 257 5.5 %
9 No answer 8 0.2 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4288 91.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 379 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 26-26 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

DOCMT: Commuting
How long on the average does it take from your residence to your workplace?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 I commute. 2517 53.9 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

2 Residence and workplace are the same. 316 6.8 %


3 Workplace varies depending on the days. 56 1.2 %
9 No answer 4 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 1774 38.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,893 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 27-27 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

SZCMTHR: Commuting Time: Hours


How long on the average does it take from your residence to your workplace? (Hours)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 2121 45.4 %
1 - 371 7.9 %
2 - 18 0.4 %
3 - 1 0.0 %
99 No answer 6 0.1 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 2150 46.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,517 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 0.40
• Median: 0.00
• Mode: 0.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 99.00
• Standard Deviation: 4.84

Location: 28-29 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

SZCMTMIN: Commuting Time: Minutes


How long on the average does it take from your residence to your workplace? (Minutes)

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

0 - 261 5.6 %
1 - 25 0.5 %
2 - 20 0.4 %
3 - 50 1.1 %
4 - 4 0.1 %
5 - 220 4.7 %
6 - 10 0.2 %
7 - 27 0.6 %
8 - 12 0.3 %
10 - 405 8.7 %
12 - 5 0.1 %
13 - 4 0.1 %
15 - 355 7.6 %
16 - 1 0.0 %
17 - 1 0.0 %
18 - 1 0.0 %
20 - 358 7.7 %
25 - 54 1.2 %
30 - 400 8.6 %
35 - 20 0.4 %
40 - 162 3.5 %
45 - 38 0.8 %
50 - 74 1.6 %
55 - 4 0.1 %
999 No answer 6 0.1 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 2150 46.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,517 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 20.07
• Median: 15.00
• Mode: 10.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 49.64

Location: 30-32 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

SZCMTTL: Commuting Time: Total

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How long on the average does it take from your residence to your workplace? (Total)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 - 25 0.5 %
2 - 20 0.4 %
3 - 50 1.1 %
4 - 4 0.1 %
5 - 218 4.7 %
6 - 10 0.2 %
7 - 27 0.6 %
8 - 12 0.3 %
10 - 379 8.1 %
12 - 5 0.1 %
13 - 4 0.1 %
15 - 336 7.2 %
16 - 1 0.0 %
17 - 1 0.0 %
18 - 1 0.0 %
20 - 337 7.2 %
25 - 54 1.2 %
30 - 348 7.5 %
35 - 20 0.4 %
40 - 156 3.3 %
45 - 37 0.8 %
50 - 72 1.5 %
55 - 4 0.1 %
60 - 245 5.2 %
65 - 2 0.0 %
70 - 26 0.6 %
75 - 19 0.4 %
80 - 21 0.4 %
90 - 49 1.0 %
100 - 6 0.1 %
105 - 1 0.0 %
110 - 2 0.0 %
120 - 15 0.3 %
150 - 3 0.1 %
180 - 1 0.0 %
9999 No answer 6 0.1 %
Missing Data
8888 Not applicable 2150 46.1 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,517 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 51.30
• Median: 20.00
• Mode: 10.00
• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9999.00
• Standard Deviation: 486.90

Location: 33-36 (width: 4; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8888

CMTWALK: Means of Commuting: On foot


What is your means of transportation to your workplace? Choose all that apply. - On Foot

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 2278 48.8 %


1 Chosen 233 5.0 %
9 No answer 6 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2150 46.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,517 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 37-37 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CMTBCYL: Means of Commuting: Bicycle


What is your means of transportation to your workplace? Choose all that apply. - Bicycle

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 2189 46.9 %


1 Chosen 322 6.9 %
9 No answer 6 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2150 46.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Based upon 2,517 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 38-38 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CMTMCYL: Means of Commuting: Motorcycle


What is your means of transportation to your workplace? Choose all that apply. - Motorcycle

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 2423 51.9 %


1 Chosen 88 1.9 %
9 No answer 6 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2150 46.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,517 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 39-39 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CMTBUS: Means of Commuting: Bus


What is your means of transportation to your workplace? Choose all that apply. - Bus

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 2369 50.8 %


1 Chosen 142 3.0 %
9 No answer 6 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2150 46.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,517 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 40-40 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

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CMTTRAIN: Means of Commuting: Train
What is your means of transportation to your workplace? Choose all that apply. - Train

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 2011 43.1 %


1 Chosen 500 10.7 %
9 No answer 6 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2150 46.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,517 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 41-41 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CMTCAR: Means of Commuting: Car


What is your means of transportation to your workplace? Choose all that apply. - Car

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 1108 23.7 %


1 Chosen 1403 30.1 %
9 No answer 6 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2150 46.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,517 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 42-42 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CMTBOAT: Means of Commuting: Ship/Boat


What is your means of transportation to your workplace? Choose all that apply. - Ship/Boat

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 2510 53.8 %


1 Chosen 1 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

9 No answer 6 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2150 46.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,517 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 43-43 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CMTETC: Means of Commuting: Others


What is your means of transportation to your workplace? Choose all that apply. - Others

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 2494 53.4 %


1 Chosen 17 0.4 %
9 No answer 6 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2150 46.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,517 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 44-44 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

TP4WPLA: Category of Establishment


Which category below does your workplace belong to?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Government agency 276 5.9 %


2 Independent establishment 1207 25.9 %
3 Branch establishment 883 18.9 %
4 Headquarters or main establishment 418 9.0 %
5 Don't know 57 1.2 %
9 No answer 52 1.1 %
Missing Data

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

8 Not applicable 1774 38.0 %


Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,893 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 45-45 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

XXWPL: Industry
What kind of business is your workplace (establishment such as factory, office, store or hospital) engaged in? Please give details
(e.g., selling vegetables, manufacturing automobiles, operating an inn, operating a branch of a bank, etc.).

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

10 agriculture 100 2.1 %


20 forestry 0 0.0 %
30 fishery 7 0.1 %
40 mining 1 0.0 %
50 construction 191 4.1 %
60 manufacturing 557 11.9 %
70 electricity, gas, steam supply, water works 21 0.4 %
80 transportation 139 3.0 %
91 wholesale trade 71 1.5 %
92 retail trade 395 8.5 %
93 restaurants 121 2.6 %
100 financial institutions, insurance 89 1.9 %
110 real estate 32 0.7 %
120 broadcasting, publishing, advertising, film production 21 0.4 %
130 information and communication services 77 1.6 %
140 medical and welfare services 361 7.7 %
150 educational and research services 118 2.5 %
160 legal and accounting services 22 0.5 %
170 other services 414 8.9 %
180 public administration 133 2.8 %
190 industries not elsewhere classified 0 0.0 %
999 No answer 23 0.5 %
Missing Data
998 Not applicable 1774 38.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Based upon 2,893 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 10.00
• Maximum: 999.00

Location: 46-48 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 998

XXJOB: Occupation
What kind of job do you usually do? Please give details (e.g., elementary school teacher, cram-school teacher, farmer, bus driver,
automobile mechanic, supermarket cashier, accounting clerk at a bank, computer programmer, clerical staff member for a sales
department, on-the-road sales person of cosmetics, etc.).

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

501 researchers in natural science 3 0.1 %


502 researchers in humanities 0 0.0 %
503 mechanical, electrical and chemical engineers 49 1.0 %
504 architectural and civil engineers 16 0.3 %
505 agricultural and forestry engineers 2 0.0 %
506 information technology engineers 42 0.9 %
507 other engineers and technicians 3 0.1 %
508 medical doctors (physicians) 5 0.1 %
509 dentists 4 0.1 %
510 pharmacists 9 0.2 %
511 midwives 0 0.0 %
512 public health nurses 4 0.1 %
513 dieticians 8 0.2 %
514 nurses 62 1.3 %
515 masseurs, acupuncturists, moxibustionists, chiropractors 7 0.1 %
516 other health care professionals 68 1.5 %
517 judges, public prosecutors, lawyers 2 0.0 %
518 other legal professionals 0 0.0 %
519 certified public accountants, tax accountants 4 0.1 %
520 kindergarten teachers 8 0.2 %
521 elementary school teachers 30 0.6 %
522 junior high school teachers 7 0.1 %
523 high school teachers 20 0.4 %
524 university professors 5 0.1 %
525 teachers for the blind, the deaf, and/or the handicapped 4 0.1 %
526 other educational professionals 1 0.0 %
527 religious professionals 0 0.0 %
528 authors and writers 1 0.0 %
529 journalists/reporters, editors 4 0.1 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

530 sculptors, artistic painters, industrial artists 2 0.0 %


531 designers 6 0.1 %
532 photographers 4 0.1 %
533 musicians (excluding private music instructors) 0 0.0 %
534 actors, dancers (excluding private instructors) 2 0.0 %
535 professional athletes (excluding private sports instructors) 1 0.0 %
536 veterinarians 0 0.0 %
537 nursery school teachers 30 0.6 %
538 social welfare service professionals 10 0.2 %
539 private instructors 48 1.0 %
540 real estate appraisers 0 0.0 %
541 business management consultants 3 0.1 %
542 radio and television announcers 0 0.0 %
543 librarians 3 0.1 %
544 other professional/technical occupations 9 0.2 %
545 senior government officials 7 0.1 %
546 Diet members 0 0.0 %
547 local parliament members 3 0.1 %
548 chief executives 30 0.6 %
549 senior officials of special-interest organizations 0 0.0 %
550 managers in companies/organizations 49 1.0 %
Missing Data
998 Not applicable 1774 38.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 2,893 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 501.00
• Maximum: 999.00

Location: 49-51 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 998

XXJOBE: Occupation (ISCO)


What kind of job do you usually do? (Please describe in detail.)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

110 Armed forces 4 0.1 %


1000 Legislators,senior off.+managers 0 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1100 Legislators and senior officials 0 0.0 %


1110 Legislators 1 0.0 %
1120 Senior government official 2 0.0 %
1130 Traditional chiefs+heads of villages 0 0.0 %
1140 Sen.officials of interest organisation 0 0.0 %
1141 Sen.officials of pol.party 0 0.0 %
1142 Sen.officials of empl+workers org 0 0.0 %
1143 Sen.off.of human+other interest org 0 0.0 %
1200 Corporate managers 1 0.0 %
1210 Directors and chief executives 17 0.4 %
1220 Production+operations dep.manager 1 0.0 %
1221 Prod.+oper.managers in agriculture 0 0.0 %
1222 Prod.+oper.managers:manufacturing 7 0.1 %
1223 Prod.+oper.managers:construction 1 0.0 %
1224 Prod.+oper.managers:retail trade 2 0.0 %
1225 Prod.+oper.managers:hotels rest. 0 0.0 %
1226 Prod.+oper.managers:transport,comm 0 0.0 %
1227 Prod.+oper.managers:business serv. 2 0.0 %
1228 Prod.+oper.managers:cleaning 0 0.0 %
1229 Prod.+oper.dep. managers nec 4 0.1 %
1230 Other department managers 1 0.0 %
1231 Finance+administration dep.managers 3 0.1 %
1232 Personnel+industrial rel.dep.managers 0 0.0 %
1233 Sales+marketing dep.managers 3 0.1 %
1234 Advertising+pub.relations dep.managers 0 0.0 %
1235 Supply+distribution dep.managers 1 0.0 %
1236 Computing services dep.managers 0 0.0 %
1237 Research+development dep.managers 0 0.0 %
1238 Other department managers nec 0 0.0 %
1239 Other department managers 1 0.0 %
1300 General managers 0 0.0 %
1310 General managers 0 0.0 %
1311 General managers in agriculture 0 0.0 %
1312 General managers in manufacture 0 0.0 %
1313 General managers in construction 1 0.0 %
1314 Gen.managers in wholesale+retail trade 21 0.4 %
1315 Gen.managers of rest.+hotels 7 0.1 %
1316 Gen.managers in transport+comm. 0 0.0 %
1317 General managers of business services 1 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1318 Gen.managers in personal care,cleaning 1 0.0 %


1319 General managers nec 2 0.0 %
2000 Professionals 0 0.0 %
2100 Physical,math.+engineering science 0 0.0 %
2110 Physicists,chemists+rel.professionals 0 0.0 %
2111 Physicists, and astronomers 0 0.0 %
2112 Meteorologists 0 0.0 %
2113 Chemists 0 0.0 %
2114 Geologists and geophysicists 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
88888 Not applicable 3208 68.7 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 1,459 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 110.00
• Maximum: 99999.00

Location: 52-56 (width: 5; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88888

XJOBDWK: Work Days per Week


How many days did you do the job last week?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 - 60 1.3 %
2 - 93 2.0 %
3 - 188 4.0 %
4 - 269 5.8 %
5 - 1488 31.9 %
6 - 596 12.8 %
7 - 154 3.3 %
99 No answer 45 1.0 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 1774 38.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,893 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 6.37

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• Median: 5.00
• Mode: 5.00
• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00
• Standard Deviation: 11.70

Location: 57-58 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

XJBSCH: Scheduled Work Hours per Week


Normally, how long are you supposed to work per week? Please answer your scheduled work hours set by regulation or contract. If
you are self-employed, please answer approximate work hours you set.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 - 5 0.1 %
2 - 5 0.1 %
3 - 12 0.3 %
4 - 9 0.2 %
5 - 12 0.3 %
6 - 18 0.4 %
7 - 5 0.1 %
8 - 24 0.5 %
9 - 9 0.2 %
10 - 33 0.7 %
11 - 7 0.1 %
12 - 36 0.8 %
13 - 4 0.1 %
14 - 9 0.2 %
15 - 33 0.7 %
16 - 41 0.9 %
17 - 6 0.1 %
18 - 38 0.8 %
19 - 6 0.1 %
20 - 121 2.6 %
21 - 8 0.2 %
22 - 5 0.1 %
23 - 8 0.2 %
24 - 55 1.2 %
25 - 57 1.2 %
26 - 4 0.1 %
27 - 5 0.1 %
28 - 24 0.5 %
29 - 7 0.1 %

- 25 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

30 - 144 3.1 %
31 - 2 0.0 %
32 - 24 0.5 %
33 - 6 0.1 %
34 - 1 0.0 %
35 - 119 2.5 %
36 - 29 0.6 %
37 - 24 0.5 %
38 - 55 1.2 %
39 - 23 0.5 %
40 - 1059 22.7 %
41 - 3 0.1 %
42 - 71 1.5 %
43 - 6 0.1 %
44 - 12 0.3 %
45 - 79 1.7 %
46 - 6 0.1 %
47 - 1 0.0 %
48 - 219 4.7 %
49 - 1 0.0 %
50 - 73 1.6 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 1774 38.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 2,893 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 83.03
• Median: 40.00
• Mode: 40.00
• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 206.23

Location: 59-61 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

XJOBYR: Years at Work


How many years have you been working for the corporation or organization you currently work at? If you are self-employed, give
the number of years self-employed.

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

0 - 168 3.6 %
1 - 181 3.9 %
2 - 177 3.8 %
3 - 194 4.2 %
4 - 124 2.7 %
5 - 172 3.7 %
6 - 129 2.8 %
7 - 102 2.2 %
8 - 93 2.0 %
9 - 47 1.0 %
10 - 181 3.9 %
11 - 52 1.1 %
12 - 74 1.6 %
13 - 59 1.3 %
14 - 24 0.5 %
15 - 95 2.0 %
16 - 29 0.6 %
17 - 51 1.1 %
18 - 45 1.0 %
19 - 27 0.6 %
20 - 132 2.8 %
21 - 21 0.4 %
22 - 28 0.6 %
23 - 37 0.8 %
24 - 30 0.6 %
25 - 54 1.2 %
26 - 21 0.4 %
27 - 22 0.5 %
28 - 24 0.5 %
29 - 16 0.3 %
30 - 108 2.3 %
31 - 16 0.3 %
32 - 24 0.5 %
33 - 19 0.4 %
34 - 11 0.2 %
35 - 58 1.2 %
36 - 10 0.2 %
37 - 7 0.1 %
38 - 22 0.5 %

- 27 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

39 - 9 0.2 %
40 - 58 1.2 %
41 - 3 0.1 %
42 - 14 0.3 %
43 - 10 0.2 %
44 - 10 0.2 %
45 - 10 0.2 %
46 - 6 0.1 %
47 - 6 0.1 %
48 - 3 0.1 %
49 - 2 0.0 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 1774 38.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 2,893 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 19.45
• Median: 10.00
• Mode: 3.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 74.23

Location: 62-64 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

SZTTLSTA: Corporation Size


How many people work in the entire corporation or organization where you work? Please answer the entire number of people in the
corporation or organization. Also, please make sure to include all the working people such as family workers, non-regular
employees, and yourself.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 1 151 3.2 %
2 2-4 360 7.7 %
3 5-9 227 4.9 %
4 10-29 351 7.5 %
5 30-99 390 8.4 %
6 100-299 288 6.2 %
7 300-499 149 3.2 %
8 500-999 124 2.7 %

- 28 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

9 1,000-1,999 115 2.5 %


10 2,000-9,999 167 3.6 %
11 10,000 or over 132 2.8 %
12 Government agency 276 5.9 %
13 Don't know 144 3.1 %
99 No answer 19 0.4 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 1774 38.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,893 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 65-66 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

JOINUNI: Joining Labor Union


Do you belong to a labor union? Choose from below.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 I am a member of a labor union at my workplace. 586 12.6 %


2 I am a member of a labor union outside of my workplace. 35 0.7 %
3 I am not a member of any labor union. 2197 47.1 %
4 Don't know 61 1.3 %
9 No answer 14 0.3 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 1774 38.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,893 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 67-67 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

ST5JOB: Satisfaction with Your Job


On the whole, how satisfied are you with the (main) job you have? Choose from below.

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1 Satisfied 867 18.6 %


2 Somewhat satisfied 1179 25.3 %
3 Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied 610 13.1 %
4 Somewhat dissatisfied 168 3.6 %
5 Dissatisfied 66 1.4 %
6 Don't know 1 0.0 %
9 No answer 2 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 1774 38.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,893 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 68-68 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

WLKEEPJA: Intention to Keep Working in Present Workplace


Are you considering quitting your current job (your business)?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 I am considering quitting in the near future. 220 4.7 %


2 I am not considering quitting (now). 1197 25.6 %
3 I am not considering quitting at all. 1409 30.2 %
4 Don't know 67 1.4 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 1774 38.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,893 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 4.00

Location: 69-69 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

OP4UNEMP: Possibility of Loosing Your Job


Thinking about the next 12 months, how likely do you think it is that you will lose your job or be laid off?

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1 Very likely 88 1.9 %


2 Fairly likely 324 6.9 %
3 Not too likely 874 18.7 %
4 Not at all likely 1478 31.7 %
5 Don't know 123 2.6 %
9 No answer 6 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 1774 38.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,893 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 70-70 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

OP3NEWJB: Degree of Ease of Finding the Similar Job


If you lose your current job, about how easy would it be for you to find a new job with another employer with approximately the
same income and fringe benefits you now have?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Very easy 140 3.0 %


2 Somewhat easy 553 11.8 %
3 Not easy at all 2025 43.4 %
4 Don't know 171 3.7 %
9 No answer 4 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 1774 38.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,893 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 71-71 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

TP5UNEMP: Reason for Not Working


Which category below have you belonged to during the last week?

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1 Unemployed 80 1.7 %
2 Retired 522 11.2 %
3 Student 51 1.1 %
4 Mainly engaged in housework 927 19.9 %
5 Unable to work due to a physical problem 91 1.9 %
6 Other 24 0.5 %
7 Don't know 2 0.0 %
9 No answer 77 1.6 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2893 62.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,774 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 72-72 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

XWORK: Ever Had Job


Have you ever had any paying job?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 1679 36.0 %


2 No 92 2.0 %
9 No answer 3 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2893 62.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,774 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 73-73 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

AGESTPWK: Age of Quitting the Last Job


How old were you when you quit your last main job?

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

15 - 1 0.0 %
16 - 1 0.0 %
18 - 3 0.1 %
19 - 7 0.1 %
20 - 13 0.3 %
21 - 21 0.4 %
22 - 16 0.3 %
23 - 31 0.7 %
24 - 25 0.5 %
25 - 39 0.8 %
26 - 23 0.5 %
27 - 21 0.4 %
28 - 46 1.0 %
29 - 18 0.4 %
30 - 30 0.6 %
31 - 22 0.5 %
32 - 20 0.4 %
33 - 11 0.2 %
34 - 11 0.2 %
35 - 15 0.3 %
36 - 14 0.3 %
37 - 14 0.3 %
38 - 11 0.2 %
39 - 12 0.3 %
40 - 15 0.3 %
41 - 9 0.2 %
42 - 16 0.3 %
43 - 11 0.2 %
44 - 5 0.1 %
45 - 20 0.4 %
46 - 9 0.2 %
47 - 12 0.3 %
48 - 17 0.4 %
49 - 5 0.1 %
50 - 31 0.7 %
51 - 10 0.2 %
52 - 17 0.4 %
53 - 10 0.2 %
54 - 19 0.4 %

- 33 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

55 - 65 1.4 %
56 - 20 0.4 %
57 - 24 0.5 %
58 - 50 1.1 %
59 - 31 0.7 %
60 - 240 5.1 %
61 - 33 0.7 %
62 - 34 0.7 %
63 - 57 1.2 %
64 - 31 0.7 %
65 - 107 2.3 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 2988 64.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 1,679 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 112.59
• Median: 60.00
• Mode: 60.00
• Minimum: 15.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 233.01

Location: 74-76 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

XXSTPJB: Main Reason of Quitting the Last Job


What was the main reason why you quit your last main job?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 I reached the mandatory retirement age. 509 10.9 %


2 I retired early, by choice. 64 1.4 %
3 I retired early, not by choice. 3 0.1 %
4 I became permanently disabled. 235 5.0 %
5 My workplace shut down. 67 1.4 %
6 I was dismissed. 24 0.5 %
7 My term of employment or contract ended. 73 1.6 %
8 I was not satisfied with the work or working conditions. 62 1.3 %
9 I wanted to open a new business or change my job. 9 0.2 %

- 34 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

10 I had to provide nursing care to a family member. 81 1.7 %


11 I married. 163 3.5 %
12 I could not combine my job with raising children. 142 3.0 %
13 Other 144 3.1 %
14 Don't know 5 0.1 %
99 No answer 98 2.1 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 2988 64.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,679 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 77-78 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

TPLSTJB: Employment Relationship of the Last Job


Which one of the following categories best describes your last job?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Employee 1355 29.0 %


2 Executive of a company or a corporation 50 1.1 %
3 Self-employed 141 3.0 %
4 Family worker 43 0.9 %
5 Doing piece work at home 17 0.4 %
6 Don't know 0 0.0 %
9 No answer 73 1.6 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2988 64.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,679 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 79-79 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

TPLSTJBS: Employment Status of the Last Job


Which of the following best describes your last employment status?

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1 Regular employee 797 17.1 %


2 Part-time temporary worker 456 9.8 %
3 Dispatched worker from temporary personnel agency 30 0.6 %
4 Contract employee 40 0.9 %
5 Non-regular employee (Shokutaku) 25 0.5 %
6 Don't know 3 0.1 %
9 No answer 4 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 3312 71.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,355 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 80-80 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

TPLSTJBP: Job Title of the Last Job


Which of the following post were you appointed?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 No managerial post 530 11.4 %


2 Group leader, Foreman 48 1.0 %
3 Sub-section Head (or equivalent position) -kakaricho 46 1.0 %
4 Section Head, Manager (or equivalent position) -kacho 70 1.5 %
5 Department Head, General Manager (or equivalent position) -bucho 40 0.9 %
6 Other managerial post 7 0.1 %
7 Don't know 2 0.0 %
9 No answer 54 1.2 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 3870 82.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 797 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 81-81 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

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XXLSTJB: Occupation of the Last Job
What kind of job did you usually do? Please give details (e.g., elementary school teacher, cram-school teacher, farmer, bus driver,
automobile mechanic, supermarket cashier, accounting clerk at a bank, computer programmer, clerical staff member for a sales
department, on-the-road sales person of cosmetics, etc.).

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

501 researchers in natural science 0 0.0 %


502 researchers in humanities 0 0.0 %
503 mechanical, electrical and chemical engineers 10 0.2 %
504 architectural and civil engineers 9 0.2 %
505 agricultural and forestry engineers 1 0.0 %
506 information technology engineers 1 0.0 %
507 other engineers and technicians 0 0.0 %
508 medical doctors (physicians) 2 0.0 %
509 dentists 0 0.0 %
510 pharmacists 5 0.1 %
511 midwives 0 0.0 %
512 public health nurses 0 0.0 %
513 dieticians 5 0.1 %
514 nurses 25 0.5 %
515 masseurs, acupuncturists, moxibustionists, chiropractors 2 0.0 %
516 other health care professionals 18 0.4 %
517 judges, public prosecutors, lawyers 0 0.0 %
518 other legal professionals 0 0.0 %
519 certified public accountants, tax accountants 0 0.0 %
520 kindergarten teachers 5 0.1 %
521 elementary school teachers 16 0.3 %
522 junior high school teachers 2 0.0 %
523 high school teachers 4 0.1 %
524 university professors 2 0.0 %
525 teachers for the blind, the deaf, and/or the handicapped 1 0.0 %
526 other educational professionals 0 0.0 %
527 religious professionals 1 0.0 %
528 authors and writers 2 0.0 %
529 journalists/reporters, editors 2 0.0 %
530 sculptors, artistic painters, industrial artists 1 0.0 %
531 designers 5 0.1 %
532 photographers 0 0.0 %
533 musicians (excluding private music instructors) 0 0.0 %
534 actors, dancers (excluding private instructors) 0 0.0 %
535 professional athletes (excluding private sports instructors) 0 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

536 veterinarians 2 0.0 %


537 nursery school teachers 18 0.4 %
538 social welfare service professionals 2 0.0 %
539 private instructors 21 0.4 %
540 real estate appraisers 0 0.0 %
541 business management consultants 0 0.0 %
542 radio and television announcers 1 0.0 %
543 librarians 0 0.0 %
544 other professional/technical occupations 3 0.1 %
545 senior government officials 16 0.3 %
546 Diet members 0 0.0 %
547 local parliament members 0 0.0 %
548 chief executives 24 0.5 %
549 senior officials of special-interest organizations 1 0.0 %
550 managers in companies/organizations 52 1.1 %
Missing Data
998 Not applicable 2988 64.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 1,679 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 503.00
• Maximum: 999.00

Location: 82-84 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 998

XXLSTJBE: Occupation of the Last Job (ISCO)


Please describe in detail. (What kind of job did you usually do? Please give details (e.g., elementary school teacher, cram-school
teacher, farmer, bus driver, automobile mechanic, supermarket cashier, accounting clerk at a bank, computer programmer, clerical
staff member for a sales department, on-the-road sales person of cosmetics, etc.).)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

110 Armed forces 1 0.0 %


1000 Legislators,senior off.+managers 0 0.0 %
1100 Legislators and senior officials 0 0.0 %
1110 Legislators 0 0.0 %
1120 Senior government official 7 0.1 %
1130 Traditional chiefs+heads of villages 0 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1140 Sen.officials of interest organisation 0 0.0 %


1141 Sen.officials of pol.party 0 0.0 %
1142 Sen.officials of empl+workers org 1 0.0 %
1143 Sen.off.of human+other interest org 0 0.0 %
1200 Corporate managers 0 0.0 %
1210 Directors and chief executives 17 0.4 %
1220 Production+operations dep.manager 2 0.0 %
1221 Prod.+oper.managers in agriculture 1 0.0 %
1222 Prod.+oper.managers:manufacturing 4 0.1 %
1223 Prod.+oper.managers:construction 3 0.1 %
1224 Prod.+oper.managers:retail trade 2 0.0 %
1225 Prod.+oper.managers:hotels rest. 0 0.0 %
1226 Prod.+oper.managers:transport,comm 2 0.0 %
1227 Prod.+oper.managers:business serv. 4 0.1 %
1228 Prod.+oper.managers:cleaning 0 0.0 %
1229 Prod.+oper.dep. managers nec 2 0.0 %
1230 Other department managers 0 0.0 %
1231 Finance+administration dep.managers 3 0.1 %
1232 Personnel+industrial rel.dep.managers 0 0.0 %
1233 Sales+marketing dep.managers 2 0.0 %
1234 Advertising+pub.relations dep.managers 0 0.0 %
1235 Supply+distribution dep.managers 2 0.0 %
1236 Computing services dep.managers 0 0.0 %
1237 Research+development dep.managers 0 0.0 %
1238 Other department managers nec 0 0.0 %
1239 Other department managers 1 0.0 %
1300 General managers 0 0.0 %
1310 General managers 0 0.0 %
1311 General managers in agriculture 0 0.0 %
1312 General managers in manufacture 0 0.0 %
1313 General managers in construction 0 0.0 %
1314 Gen.managers in wholesale+retail trade 7 0.1 %
1315 Gen.managers of rest.+hotels 9 0.2 %
1316 Gen.managers in transport+comm. 1 0.0 %
1317 General managers of business services 0 0.0 %
1318 Gen.managers in personal care,cleaning 0 0.0 %
1319 General managers nec 0 0.0 %
2000 Professionals 0 0.0 %
2100 Physical,math.+engineering science 0 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

2110 Physicists,chemists+rel.professionals 0 0.0 %


2111 Physicists, and astronomers 0 0.0 %
2112 Meteorologists 0 0.0 %
2113 Chemists 0 0.0 %
2114 Geologists and geophysicists 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
88888 Not applicable 3830 82.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 837 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 110.00
• Maximum: 99999.00

Location: 85-89 (width: 5; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88888

SZSTFLS: Corporation Size of the Last Job


How many people worked in the entire corporation or organization where you worked? Please answer the entire number of people
in the corporation or organization. Also, please make sure to include all the working people such as family workers, non-regular
employees, and yourself.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 1 59 1.3 %
2 Small company (2-29 employees) 563 12.1 %
3 Medium-sized company (30-299 employees) 416 8.9 %
4 Large company (300-999 employees) 146 3.1 %
5 Major company (1000 or more employees 228 4.9 %
6 Government agency 138 3.0 %
7 Don't know 45 1.0 %
9 No answer 84 1.8 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2988 64.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,679 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 90-90 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

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(Range of) Missing Values: 8

DOLOOKJB: Searching New Job Now


Are you looking for a job now?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 330 7.1 %


2 No 4252 91.1 %
9 No answer 85 1.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 91-91 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

DOMARRY: Marital Status - Current


Are you married?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Currently married 3303 70.8 %


2 Divorced 255 5.5 %
3 Widowed 376 8.1 %
4 Never-married 721 15.4 %
5 Separated 4 0.1 %
6 Cohabiting 8 0.2 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 6.00

Location: 92-92 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

SSJB1WK: Work Status of Spouse


Did your spouse have any paying job in the last week? Choose from below.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 He/she worked last week. 1944 41.7 %


2 He/she was going to work last week, but did not work. 26 0.6 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

3 He/she did not work. 1337 28.6 %


9 No answer 4 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 1356 29.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 3,311 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 93-93 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

SSTPUNEM: Reason for Not Working (Spouse)


Which category below has your spouse belonged to during the last week?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Unemployed 19 0.4 %
2 Retired 454 9.7 %
3 Student 1 0.0 %
4 Mainly engaged in housework 762 16.3 %
5 Unable to work due to a physical problem 60 1.3 %
6 Other 17 0.4 %
7 Don't know 0 0.0 %
9 No answer 24 0.5 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 3330 71.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,337 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 94-94 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

SSJBHRWK: Work Hours per Week of Spouse Job


How many total hours did your spouse work last week, including overtime? If he/she has two or more jobs, please provide two
answers: the hours for his/her main job and the hours for all other side-jobs. Weekly total for main job

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

2 - 5 0.1 %
3 - 3 0.1 %
4 - 2 0.0 %
5 - 11 0.2 %
6 - 7 0.1 %
7 - 1 0.0 %
8 - 10 0.2 %
9 - 5 0.1 %
10 - 29 0.6 %
11 - 1 0.0 %
12 - 19 0.4 %
13 - 2 0.0 %
14 - 4 0.1 %
15 - 34 0.7 %
16 - 19 0.4 %
17 - 3 0.1 %
18 - 15 0.3 %
20 - 67 1.4 %
21 - 6 0.1 %
22 - 2 0.0 %
23 - 1 0.0 %
24 - 35 0.7 %
25 - 50 1.1 %
26 - 1 0.0 %
27 - 1 0.0 %
28 - 7 0.1 %
30 - 109 2.3 %
31 - 2 0.0 %
32 - 21 0.4 %
33 - 3 0.1 %
34 - 1 0.0 %
35 - 58 1.2 %
36 - 19 0.4 %
37 - 2 0.0 %
38 - 8 0.2 %
39 - 1 0.0 %
40 - 493 10.6 %
41 - 2 0.0 %
42 - 31 0.7 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

43 - 8 0.2 %
44 - 10 0.2 %
45 - 87 1.9 %
46 - 7 0.1 %
47 - 1 0.0 %
48 - 161 3.4 %
49 - 2 0.0 %
50 - 186 4.0 %
51 - 3 0.1 %
52 - 4 0.1 %
53 - 2 0.0 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 2697 57.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 1,970 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 83.09
• Median: 40.00
• Mode: 40.00
• Minimum: 2.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 196.35

Location: 95-97 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

SSSJBHWK: Working Hours of Spouse Secondary Job


How many total hours did your spouse work last week, including overtime? If he/she has two or more jobs, please provide two
answers: the hours for his/her main job and the hours for all other side-jobs. Weekly total for side-jobs

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 1890 40.5 %
1 - 1 0.0 %
3 - 1 0.0 %
5 - 5 0.1 %
6 - 1 0.0 %
8 - 3 0.1 %
10 - 8 0.2 %
15 - 2 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

16 - 1 0.0 %
20 - 2 0.0 %
24 - 1 0.0 %
35 - 1 0.0 %
48 - 1 0.0 %
50 - 2 0.0 %
999 No answer 51 1.1 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 2697 57.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,970 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 26.08
• Median: 0.00
• Mode: 0.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 158.67

Location: 98-100 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

SSTPJB: Employment Relationship (Spouse)


Which one of the categories best describes your spouse's job?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Employee 1488 31.9 %


2 Executive of a company or a corporation 89 1.9 %
3 Self-employed 286 6.1 %
4 Family worker 99 2.1 %
5 Doing piece work at home 4 0.1 %
6 Don't know 1 0.0 %
9 No answer 3 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2697 57.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,970 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 101-101 (width: 1; decimal: 0)

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Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

SSTPJBS: Employment Status (Spouse)


Which of the following best describes your spouse's employment status?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Regular employee 993 21.3 %


2 Part-time temporary worker 381 8.2 %
3 Dispatched worker from temporary personnel agency 19 0.4 %
4 Contract employee 53 1.1 %
5 Non-regular employee (Shokutaku) 27 0.6 %
6 Don't know 8 0.2 %
9 No answer 7 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 3179 68.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,488 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 102-102 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

SSTPJOBP: Job Title of Spouse Job


Which of the following post is he/she now appointed?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 No managerial post 519 11.1 %


2 Group leader, Foreman 72 1.5 %
3 Sub-section Head 94 2.0 %
4 Section Head, Manager 122 2.6 %
5 Department Head, General Manager 60 1.3 %
6 Other managerial post 4 0.1 %
7 Don't know 45 1.0 %
9 No answer 77 1.6 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 3674 78.7 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 993 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

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• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 103-103 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

SSTPJBSE: Having Employees (Spouse)


Does your spouse hire employees (including part-time temporary workers) other than your family members?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 96 2.1 %
2 No 180 3.9 %
9 No answer 10 0.2 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4381 93.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 286 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 104-104 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

SSXXHQX: Industry of Spouse Job


What kind of business is your spouse's workplace engaged in? Please give details (e.g., selling vegetables, manufacturing
automobiles, operating an inn, operating a branch of a bank, etc.).

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

10 Agriculture 77 1.6 %
20 Forestry 5 0.1 %
30 Fishery 5 0.1 %
40 Mining 0 0.0 %
50 Construction 171 3.7 %
60 Manufacturing 348 7.5 %
70 Mlectricity, gas, steam supply, water works 8 0.2 %
80 Transportation 101 2.2 %
91 Wholesale trade 58 1.2 %
92 Retail trade 264 5.7 %
93 Restaurants 73 1.6 %
100 Financial institutions, insurance 61 1.3 %
110 Real estate 21 0.4 %
120 Broadcasting, publishing, advertising, film production 17 0.4 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

130 Information and communication services 52 1.1 %


140 Medical and welfare services 200 4.3 %
150 Educational and research services 81 1.7 %
160 Legal and accounting services 9 0.2 %
170 Other services 286 6.1 %
180 Public administration 108 2.3 %
190 Industries not elsewhere classified 0 0.0 %
999 No answer 25 0.5 %
Missing Data
998 Not applicable 2697 57.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,970 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 10.00
• Maximum: 999.00

Location: 105-107 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 998

SSXXJOB: Occupation of Spouse Job


What kind of job does your spouse usually do? Please give details (e.g., elementary school teacher, cram-school teacher, farmer,
bus driver, automobile mechanic, supermarket cashier, accounting clerk at a bank, computer programmer, clerical staff member for
a sales department, on-the-road sales person of cosmetics, etc.).

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

501 Researchers in natural science 1 0.0 %


502 Researchers in humanities 0 0.0 %
503 Mechanical, electrical and chemical engineers 33 0.7 %
504 Architectural and civil engineers 15 0.3 %
505 Agricultural and forestry engineers 0 0.0 %
506 Information technology engineers 27 0.6 %
507 Other engineers and technicians 0 0.0 %
508 Medical doctors (physicians) 8 0.2 %
509 Dentists 2 0.0 %
510 Pharmacists 8 0.2 %
511 Midwives 1 0.0 %
512 Public health nurses 0 0.0 %
513 Dieticians 0 0.0 %
514 Nurses 44 0.9 %
515 Masseurs, acupuncturists, moxibustionists, chiropractors 3 0.1 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

516 Other health care professionals 40 0.9 %


517 Judges, public prosecutors, lawyers 1 0.0 %
518 Other legal professionals 2 0.0 %
519 Certified public accountants, tax accountants 3 0.1 %
520 Kindergarten teachers 3 0.1 %
521 Elementary school teachers 16 0.3 %
522 Junior high school teachers 14 0.3 %
523 High school teachers 15 0.3 %
524 University professors 9 0.2 %
525 Teachers for the blind, the deaf, and/or the handicapped 4 0.1 %
526 Other educational professionals 1 0.0 %
527 Religious professionals 7 0.1 %
528 Authors and writers 1 0.0 %
529 Journalists/reporters, editors 6 0.1 %
530 Sculptors, artistic painters, industrial artists 0 0.0 %
531 Designers 5 0.1 %
532 Photographers 2 0.0 %
533 Musicians (excluding private music instructors) 0 0.0 %
534 Actors, dancers (excluding private instructors) 2 0.0 %
535 Professional athletes (excluding private sports instructors) 0 0.0 %
536 Veterinarians 1 0.0 %
537 Nursery school teachers 17 0.4 %
538 Social welfare service professionals 6 0.1 %
539 Private instructors 18 0.4 %
540 Real estate appraisers 0 0.0 %
541 Business management consultants 2 0.0 %
542 Radio and television announcers 1 0.0 %
543 Librarians 2 0.0 %
544 Other professional/technical occupations 6 0.1 %
545 Senior government officials 8 0.2 %
546 Diet members 0 0.0 %
547 Local parliament members 1 0.0 %
548 Chief executives 24 0.5 %
549 Senior officials of special-interest organizations 2 0.0 %
550 Managers in companies/organizations 39 0.8 %
Missing Data
998 Not applicable 2697 57.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 1,970 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 501.00
• Maximum: 999.00

Location: 108-110 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 998

SSXXJOBE: Occupation of Spouse Job (ISCO)


What kind of job does your spouse usually do? (Please describe in detail.)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

110 Armed forces 3 0.1 %


1000 Legislators,senior off.+managers 0 0.0 %
1100 Legislators and senior officials 0 0.0 %
1110 Legislators 1 0.0 %
1120 Senior government official 6 0.1 %
1130 Traditional chiefs+heads of villages 0 0.0 %
1140 Sen.officials of interest organisation 0 0.0 %
1141 Sen.officials of pol.party 0 0.0 %
1142 Sen.officials of empl+workers org 0 0.0 %
1143 Sen.off.of human+other interest org 0 0.0 %
1200 Corporate managers 0 0.0 %
1210 Directors and chief executives 10 0.2 %
1220 Production+operations dep.manager 5 0.1 %
1221 Prod.+oper.managers in agriculture 0 0.0 %
1222 Prod.+oper.managers:manufacturing 3 0.1 %
1223 Prod.+oper.managers:construction 0 0.0 %
1224 Prod.+oper.managers:retail trade 0 0.0 %
1225 Prod.+oper.managers:hotels rest. 1 0.0 %
1226 Prod.+oper.managers:transport,comm 0 0.0 %
1227 Prod.+oper.managers:business serv. 4 0.1 %
1228 Prod.+oper.managers:cleaning 0 0.0 %
1229 Prod.+oper.dep. managers nec 2 0.0 %
1230 Other department managers 0 0.0 %
1231 Finance+administration dep.managers 1 0.0 %
1232 Personnel+industrial rel.dep.managers 2 0.0 %
1233 Sales+marketing dep.managers 4 0.1 %
1234 Advertising+pub.relations dep.managers 1 0.0 %
1235 Supply+distribution dep.managers 1 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1236 Computing services dep.managers 0 0.0 %


1237 Research+development dep.managers 0 0.0 %
1238 Other department managers nec 0 0.0 %
1239 Other department managers 0 0.0 %
1300 General managers 0 0.0 %
1310 General managers 1 0.0 %
1311 General managers in agriculture 1 0.0 %
1312 General managers in manufacture 1 0.0 %
1313 General managers in construction 0 0.0 %
1314 Gen.managers in wholesale+retail trade 15 0.3 %
1315 Gen.managers of rest.+hotels 4 0.1 %
1316 Gen.managers in transport+comm. 0 0.0 %
1317 General managers of business services 0 0.0 %
1318 Gen.managers in personal care,cleaning 0 0.0 %
1319 General managers nec 0 0.0 %
2000 Professionals 0 0.0 %
2100 Physical,math.+engineering science 0 0.0 %
2110 Physicists,chemists+rel.professionals 0 0.0 %
2111 Physicists, and astronomers 0 0.0 %
2112 Meteorologists 0 0.0 %
2113 Chemists 0 0.0 %
2114 Geologists and geophysicists 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
88888 Not applicable 3709 79.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 958 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 110.00
• Maximum: 99999.00

Location: 111-115 (width: 5; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88888

SSJBDWK: Work Days per Week of Spouse Job


How many days did your spouse do the job last week?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 - 13 0.3 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

2 - 41 0.9 %
3 - 111 2.4 %
4 - 111 2.4 %
5 - 1030 22.1 %
6 - 508 10.9 %
7 - 110 2.4 %
99 No answer 46 1.0 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 2697 57.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,970 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 7.31
• Median: 5.00
• Mode: 5.00
• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00
• Standard Deviation: 14.22

Location: 116-117 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

SSXJBSCH: Scheduled Work Hours per Week (Spouse)


Normally, how long is your spouse supposed to work per week? Please answer his/her scheduled work hours set by regulation or
contract. If he/she is self-employed, please answer approximate work hours he/she sets.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

2 - 2 0.0 %
3 - 3 0.1 %
4 - 4 0.1 %
5 - 8 0.2 %
6 - 12 0.3 %
7 - 2 0.0 %
8 - 7 0.1 %
9 - 7 0.1 %
10 - 24 0.5 %
11 - 2 0.0 %
12 - 17 0.4 %
13 - 1 0.0 %
14 - 6 0.1 %
15 - 34 0.7 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

16 - 16 0.3 %
17 - 2 0.0 %
18 - 13 0.3 %
19 - 1 0.0 %
20 - 64 1.4 %
21 - 4 0.1 %
22 - 3 0.1 %
23 - 1 0.0 %
24 - 37 0.8 %
25 - 43 0.9 %
27 - 1 0.0 %
28 - 5 0.1 %
30 - 92 2.0 %
31 - 1 0.0 %
32 - 17 0.4 %
33 - 1 0.0 %
34 - 1 0.0 %
35 - 78 1.7 %
36 - 23 0.5 %
37 - 5 0.1 %
38 - 15 0.3 %
39 - 5 0.1 %
40 - 740 15.9 %
42 - 27 0.6 %
43 - 2 0.0 %
44 - 7 0.1 %
45 - 39 0.8 %
46 - 1 0.0 %
47 - 1 0.0 %
48 - 213 4.6 %
49 - 2 0.0 %
50 - 69 1.5 %
51 - 2 0.0 %
52 - 1 0.0 %
53 - 1 0.0 %
54 - 15 0.3 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 2697 57.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 1,970 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 111.72
• Median: 40.00
• Mode: 40.00
• Minimum: 2.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 255.09

Location: 118-120 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

SSSZWKYR: Years at Work of Spouse Job


How many years has your spouse been working for the corporation or organization he/she currently works at? (If he/she is self-
employed, give the number of years self-employed.)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 55 1.2 %
1 - 75 1.6 %
2 - 102 2.2 %
3 - 106 2.3 %
4 - 66 1.4 %
5 - 125 2.7 %
6 - 77 1.6 %
7 - 52 1.1 %
8 - 61 1.3 %
9 - 21 0.4 %
10 - 165 3.5 %
11 - 18 0.4 %
12 - 30 0.6 %
13 - 29 0.6 %
14 - 25 0.5 %
15 - 89 1.9 %
16 - 21 0.4 %
17 - 18 0.4 %
18 - 35 0.7 %
19 - 16 0.3 %
20 - 130 2.8 %
21 - 18 0.4 %
22 - 29 0.6 %
23 - 32 0.7 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

24 - 19 0.4 %
25 - 55 1.2 %
26 - 19 0.4 %
27 - 20 0.4 %
28 - 18 0.4 %
29 - 6 0.1 %
30 - 99 2.1 %
31 - 10 0.2 %
32 - 21 0.4 %
33 - 18 0.4 %
34 - 13 0.3 %
35 - 44 0.9 %
36 - 15 0.3 %
37 - 9 0.2 %
38 - 19 0.4 %
39 - 5 0.1 %
40 - 63 1.3 %
41 - 8 0.2 %
42 - 10 0.2 %
43 - 6 0.1 %
44 - 3 0.1 %
45 - 11 0.2 %
46 - 2 0.0 %
47 - 3 0.1 %
48 - 4 0.1 %
49 - 3 0.1 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 2697 57.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 1,970 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 29.57
• Median: 14.00
• Mode: 10.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 112.94

Location: 121-123 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

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(Range of) Missing Values: 888

SSSZSTFA: Company Size of Spouse Job


How many people work in the entire corporation or organization where your spouse works? Please answer the entire number of
people in the corporation or organization. Also, please make sure to include all the working people such as family workers, non-
regular employees, and him/herself.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 1 108 2.3 %
2 2-4 267 5.7 %
3 5-9 173 3.7 %
4 10-29 235 5.0 %
5 30-99 206 4.4 %
6 100-299 129 2.8 %
7 300-499 62 1.3 %
8 500-999 62 1.3 %
9 1,000-1,999 74 1.6 %
10 2,000-9,999 82 1.8 %
11 10,000 or over 109 2.3 %
12 Government agency 175 3.7 %
13 Don't know 273 5.8 %
99 No answer 15 0.3 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 2697 57.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,970 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 124-125 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

SPAGEX: Age of Spouse


Please tell us the age of your spouse.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

20 - 1 0.0 %
22 - 4 0.1 %
23 - 9 0.2 %
24 - 3 0.1 %
25 - 11 0.2 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

26 - 13 0.3 %
27 - 23 0.5 %
28 - 32 0.7 %
29 - 26 0.6 %
30 - 41 0.9 %
31 - 33 0.7 %
32 - 37 0.8 %
33 - 48 1.0 %
34 - 53 1.1 %
35 - 42 0.9 %
36 - 43 0.9 %
37 - 58 1.2 %
38 - 65 1.4 %
39 - 61 1.3 %
40 - 78 1.7 %
41 - 69 1.5 %
42 - 53 1.1 %
43 - 65 1.4 %
44 - 58 1.2 %
45 - 54 1.2 %
46 - 56 1.2 %
47 - 52 1.1 %
48 - 65 1.4 %
49 - 54 1.2 %
50 - 77 1.6 %
51 - 54 1.2 %
52 - 56 1.2 %
53 - 63 1.3 %
54 - 59 1.3 %
55 - 55 1.2 %
56 - 70 1.5 %
57 - 73 1.6 %
58 - 67 1.4 %
59 - 75 1.6 %
60 - 83 1.8 %
61 - 75 1.6 %
62 - 91 1.9 %
63 - 108 2.3 %
64 - 78 1.7 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

65 - 83 1.8 %
66 - 40 0.9 %
67 - 65 1.4 %
68 - 70 1.5 %
69 - 76 1.6 %
70 - 102 2.2 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 1356 29.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 3,311 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 61.88
• Median: 57.00
• Mode: 63.00
• Minimum: 20.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 79.82

Location: 126-128 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

SPLVTG: Living Together with Spouse


Do you live with your spouse?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Living together 3216 68.9 %


2 Not living together (because of work circumstances) 62 1.3 %
3 Not living together (for other reasons) 33 0.7 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 1356 29.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 3,311 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 3.00

Location: 129-129 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

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PPLVTG: Father: Living with/Alive or Deceased
Are your father and/or mother alive? If so, do you live with them?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Living together 590 12.6 %


2 Not living together 1275 27.3 %
3 Deceased 2791 59.8 %
9 No answer 11 0.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 130-130 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

MMLVTG: Mother: Living with/Alive or Deceased


Are your father and/or mother alive? If so, do you live with them?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Living together 835 17.9 %


2 Not living together 1762 37.8 %
3 Deceased 2062 44.2 %
9 No answer 8 0.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 131-131 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

PPAGE: Father: Age


Please tell us the age of your father and/or mother.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

43 - 4 0.1 %
44 - 1 0.0 %
45 - 4 0.1 %
46 - 9 0.2 %
47 - 5 0.1 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

48 - 6 0.1 %
49 - 11 0.2 %
50 - 15 0.3 %
51 - 9 0.2 %
52 - 39 0.8 %
53 - 20 0.4 %
54 - 25 0.5 %
55 - 37 0.8 %
56 - 29 0.6 %
57 - 33 0.7 %
58 - 43 0.9 %
59 - 35 0.7 %
60 - 72 1.5 %
61 - 54 1.2 %
62 - 74 1.6 %
63 - 82 1.8 %
64 - 68 1.5 %
65 - 78 1.7 %
66 - 42 0.9 %
67 - 66 1.4 %
68 - 67 1.4 %
69 - 45 1.0 %
70 - 79 1.7 %
71 - 37 0.8 %
72 - 58 1.2 %
73 - 51 1.1 %
74 - 58 1.2 %
75 - 63 1.3 %
76 - 43 0.9 %
77 - 33 0.7 %
78 - 56 1.2 %
79 - 25 0.5 %
80 - 57 1.2 %
81 - 39 0.8 %
82 - 33 0.7 %
83 - 24 0.5 %
84 - 28 0.6 %
85 - 26 0.6 %
86 - 22 0.5 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

87 - 24 0.5 %
88 - 17 0.4 %
89 - 10 0.2 %
90 - 11 0.2 %
91 - 7 0.1 %
92 - 9 0.2 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 2791 59.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 1,876 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 106.51
• Median: 69.00
• Mode: 63.00
• Minimum: 43.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 183.72

Location: 132-134 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

MMAGE: Mother: Age


Please tell us the age of your father and/or mother.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

41 - 1 0.0 %
42 - 2 0.0 %
43 - 5 0.1 %
44 - 3 0.1 %
45 - 11 0.2 %
46 - 4 0.1 %
47 - 14 0.3 %
48 - 14 0.3 %
49 - 23 0.5 %
50 - 45 1.0 %
51 - 41 0.9 %
52 - 36 0.8 %
53 - 33 0.7 %
54 - 41 0.9 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

55 - 45 1.0 %
56 - 41 0.9 %
57 - 39 0.8 %
58 - 50 1.1 %
59 - 58 1.2 %
60 - 88 1.9 %
61 - 83 1.8 %
62 - 91 1.9 %
63 - 92 2.0 %
64 - 92 2.0 %
65 - 93 2.0 %
66 - 52 1.1 %
67 - 63 1.3 %
68 - 64 1.4 %
69 - 52 1.1 %
70 - 96 2.1 %
71 - 48 1.0 %
72 - 76 1.6 %
73 - 57 1.2 %
74 - 54 1.2 %
75 - 78 1.7 %
76 - 67 1.4 %
77 - 53 1.1 %
78 - 72 1.5 %
79 - 51 1.1 %
80 - 80 1.7 %
81 - 36 0.8 %
82 - 45 1.0 %
83 - 50 1.1 %
84 - 51 1.1 %
85 - 40 0.9 %
86 - 38 0.8 %
87 - 48 1.0 %
88 - 34 0.7 %
89 - 26 0.6 %
90 - 33 0.7 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 2062 44.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 2,605 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 92.12
• Median: 70.00
• Mode: 70.00
• Minimum: 41.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 142.14

Location: 135-137 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

PPMG: Father: Marital Status


What are your father's and/or mother's marital status?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Married 1588 34.0 %


2 Divorced 73 1.6 %
3 Widowed 142 3.0 %
4 Never married 1 0.0 %
9 No answer 72 1.5 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2791 59.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,876 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 138-138 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

MMMG: Mother: Marital Status


What are your father's and/or mother's marital status?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Married 1592 34.1 %


2 Divorced 112 2.4 %
3 Widowed 797 17.1 %
4 Never married 2 0.0 %
9 No answer 102 2.2 %
Missing Data

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

8 Not applicable 2062 44.2 %


Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,605 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 139-139 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

PPJOB: Father: Working Now


Are your father and/or mother currently working for pay?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 919 19.7 %


2 No 875 18.7 %
9 No answer 82 1.8 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2791 59.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,876 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 140-140 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

MMJOB: Mother: Working Now


Are your father and/or mother currently working for pay?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 802 17.2 %


2 No 1718 36.8 %
9 No answer 85 1.8 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2062 44.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,605 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

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• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 141-141 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CCNUMTTL: Total Number of Children


How many children have you had? Please include those who have left home and are deceased.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 1037 22.2 %
1 - 637 13.6 %
2 - 2024 43.4 %
3 - 824 17.7 %
4 - 113 2.4 %
5 - 19 0.4 %
6 - 2 0.0 %
7 - 4 0.1 %
9 - 1 0.0 %
11 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 5 0.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 2.73
• Median: 2.00
• Mode: 2.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 32.65

Location: 142-144 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

CC01SEX: Child 01: Sex


What is the sex of the first child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Male 1907 40.9 %


2 Female 1714 36.7 %
9 No answer 4 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 1042 22.3 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Based upon 3,625 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 145-145 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC02SEX: Child 02: Sex


What is the sex of the second child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Male 1457 31.2 %


2 Female 1526 32.7 %
9 No answer 5 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 1679 36.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,988 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 146-146 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC03SEX: Child 03: Sex


What is the sex of the third child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Male 464 9.9 %


2 Female 497 10.6 %
9 No answer 3 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 3703 79.3 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 964 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 147-147 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

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CC04SEX: Child 04: Sex
What is the sex of the fourth child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Male 56 1.2 %
2 Female 82 1.8 %
9 No answer 2 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4527 97.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 140 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 148-148 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC05SEX: Child 05: Sex


What is the sex of the fifth child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Male 17 0.4 %
2 Female 10 0.2 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4640 99.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 27 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 149-149 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC06SEX: Child 06: Sex


What is the sex of the sixth child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Male 4 0.1 %
2 Female 4 0.1 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4659 99.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 8 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 150-150 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC07SEX: Child 07: Sex


What is the sex of the seventh child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Male 1 0.0 %
2 Female 5 0.1 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4661 99.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 6 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 151-151 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC08SEX: Child 08: Sex


What is the sex of the eighth child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Male 1 0.0 %
2 Female 1 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4665 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Based upon 2 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 152-152 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC09SEX: Child 09: Sex


What is the sex of the ninth child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Male 1 0.0 %
2 Female 1 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4665 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 153-153 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC10SEX: Child 10: Sex


What is the sex of the tenth child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Male 0 0.0 %
2 Female 1 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4666 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 2.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 154-154 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

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CC11SEX: Child 11: Sex
What is the sex of the eleventh child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Male 1 0.0 %
2 Female 0 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4666 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 1.00

Location: 155-155 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC01LVTG: Child 01: Living with/Alive or Deceased


Is the first child alive? If so, do you live with the child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Living together 1795 38.5 %


2 Not living together 1780 38.1 %
3 Deceased 44 0.9 %
9 No answer 6 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 1042 22.3 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 3,625 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 156-156 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC02LVTG: Child 02: Living with/Alive or Deceased


Is the second child alive? If so, do you live with the child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Living together 1402 30.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

2 Not living together 1544 33.1 %


3 Deceased 34 0.7 %
9 No answer 8 0.2 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 1679 36.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,988 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 157-157 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC03LVTG: Child 03: Living with/Alive or Deceased


Is the third child alive? If so, do you live with the child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Living together 446 9.6 %


2 Not living together 505 10.8 %
3 Deceased 11 0.2 %
9 No answer 2 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 3703 79.3 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 964 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 158-158 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC04LVTG: Child 04: Living with/Alive or Deceased


Is the fourth child alive? If so, do you live with the child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Living together 64 1.4 %


2 Not living together 74 1.6 %
3 Deceased 1 0.0 %
9 No answer 1 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4527 97.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 140 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 159-159 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC05LVTG: Child 05: Living with/Alive or Deceased


Is the fifth child alive? If so, do you live with the child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Living together 12 0.3 %


2 Not living together 14 0.3 %
3 Deceased 1 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4640 99.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 27 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 3.00

Location: 160-160 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC06LVTG: Child 06: Living with/Alive or Deceased


Is the sixth child alive? If so, do you live with the child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Living together 2 0.0 %


2 Not living together 6 0.1 %
3 Deceased 0 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4659 99.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Based upon 8 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 161-161 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC07LVTG: Child 07: Living with/Alive or Deceased


Is the seventh child alive? If so, do you live with the child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Living together 3 0.1 %


2 Not living together 3 0.1 %
3 Deceased 0 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4661 99.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 6 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 162-162 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC08LVTG: Child 08: Living with/Alive or Deceased


Is the eighth child alive? If so, do you live with the child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Living together 1 0.0 %


2 Not living together 1 0.0 %
3 Deceased 0 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4665 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 163-163 (width: 1; decimal: 0)

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Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC09LVTG: Child 09: Living with/Alive or Deceased


Is the ninth child alive? If so, do you live with the child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Living together 1 0.0 %


2 Not Living together 1 0.0 %
3 Deceased 0 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4665 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 164-164 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC10LVTG: Child 10: Living with/Alive or Deceased


Is the tenth child alive? If so, do you live with the child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Living together 1 0.0 %


2 Not living together 0 0.0 %
3 Deceased 0 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4666 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 1.00

Location: 165-165 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC11LVTG: Child 11: Living with/Alive or Deceased


Is the eleventh child alive? If so, do you live with the child?

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1 Living together 1 0.0 %


2 Not living together 0 0.0 %
3 Deceased 0 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4666 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 1.00

Location: 166-166 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC01AGE: Child 01: Age


How old is the first child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 40 0.9 %
1 - 46 1.0 %
2 - 40 0.9 %
3 - 62 1.3 %
4 - 52 1.1 %
5 - 49 1.0 %
6 - 45 1.0 %
7 - 61 1.3 %
8 - 48 1.0 %
9 - 58 1.2 %
10 - 67 1.4 %
11 - 45 1.0 %
12 - 62 1.3 %
13 - 56 1.2 %
14 - 50 1.1 %
15 - 66 1.4 %
16 - 55 1.2 %
17 - 55 1.2 %
18 - 53 1.1 %
19 - 57 1.2 %
20 - 56 1.2 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

21 - 49 1.0 %
22 - 54 1.2 %
23 - 53 1.1 %
24 - 50 1.1 %
25 - 50 1.1 %
26 - 69 1.5 %
27 - 60 1.3 %
28 - 62 1.3 %
29 - 71 1.5 %
30 - 81 1.7 %
31 - 78 1.7 %
32 - 69 1.5 %
33 - 67 1.4 %
34 - 72 1.5 %
35 - 84 1.8 %
36 - 73 1.6 %
37 - 80 1.7 %
38 - 104 2.2 %
39 - 67 1.4 %
40 - 117 2.5 %
41 - 66 1.4 %
42 - 92 2.0 %
43 - 68 1.5 %
44 - 65 1.4 %
45 - 97 2.1 %
46 - 76 1.6 %
47 - 53 1.1 %
48 - 62 1.3 %
49 - 39 0.8 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 1086 23.3 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 3,581 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 39.47
• Median: 31.00
• Mode: 40.00
• Minimum: 0.00

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• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 98.00

Location: 167-169 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

CC02AGE: Child 02: Age


How old is the second child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 34 0.7 %
1 - 46 1.0 %
2 - 42 0.9 %
3 - 49 1.0 %
4 - 36 0.8 %
5 - 47 1.0 %
6 - 35 0.7 %
7 - 44 0.9 %
8 - 48 1.0 %
9 - 28 0.6 %
10 - 43 0.9 %
11 - 39 0.8 %
12 - 49 1.0 %
13 - 50 1.1 %
14 - 57 1.2 %
15 - 39 0.8 %
16 - 43 0.9 %
17 - 39 0.8 %
18 - 42 0.9 %
19 - 51 1.1 %
20 - 40 0.9 %
21 - 44 0.9 %
22 - 43 0.9 %
23 - 53 1.1 %
24 - 54 1.2 %
25 - 63 1.3 %
26 - 72 1.5 %
27 - 72 1.5 %
28 - 57 1.2 %
29 - 58 1.2 %
30 - 73 1.6 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

31 - 60 1.3 %
32 - 66 1.4 %
33 - 87 1.9 %
34 - 65 1.4 %
35 - 76 1.6 %
36 - 80 1.7 %
37 - 90 1.9 %
38 - 76 1.6 %
39 - 56 1.2 %
40 - 82 1.8 %
41 - 57 1.2 %
42 - 73 1.6 %
43 - 69 1.5 %
44 - 60 1.3 %
45 - 50 1.1 %
46 - 41 0.9 %
47 - 53 1.1 %
48 - 45 1.0 %
49 - 37 0.8 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 1713 36.7 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 2,954 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 39.46
• Median: 30.00
• Mode: 37.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 103.09

Location: 170-172 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

CC03AGE: Child 03: Age


How old is the third child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 16 0.3 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1 - 14 0.3 %
2 - 15 0.3 %
3 - 14 0.3 %
4 - 12 0.3 %
5 - 9 0.2 %
6 - 15 0.3 %
7 - 15 0.3 %
8 - 12 0.3 %
9 - 9 0.2 %
10 - 16 0.3 %
11 - 9 0.2 %
12 - 12 0.3 %
13 - 6 0.1 %
14 - 11 0.2 %
15 - 16 0.3 %
16 - 20 0.4 %
17 - 23 0.5 %
18 - 12 0.3 %
19 - 14 0.3 %
20 - 19 0.4 %
21 - 25 0.5 %
22 - 20 0.4 %
23 - 26 0.6 %
24 - 24 0.5 %
25 - 21 0.4 %
26 - 22 0.5 %
27 - 23 0.5 %
28 - 26 0.6 %
29 - 20 0.4 %
30 - 22 0.5 %
31 - 22 0.5 %
32 - 24 0.5 %
33 - 18 0.4 %
34 - 19 0.4 %
35 - 19 0.4 %
36 - 20 0.4 %
37 - 25 0.5 %
38 - 28 0.6 %
39 - 19 0.4 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

40 - 28 0.6 %
41 - 17 0.4 %
42 - 32 0.7 %
43 - 19 0.4 %
44 - 13 0.3 %
45 - 15 0.3 %
46 - 10 0.2 %
47 - 9 0.2 %
48 - 12 0.3 %
49 - 9 0.2 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 3714 79.6 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 953 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 41.18
• Median: 29.00
• Mode: 42.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 113.64

Location: 173-175 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

CC04AGE: Child 04: Age


How old is the fourth child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 5 0.1 %
1 - 3 0.1 %
3 - 3 0.1 %
4 - 2 0.0 %
5 - 4 0.1 %
7 - 7 0.1 %
9 - 1 0.0 %
10 - 1 0.0 %
11 - 3 0.1 %
13 - 3 0.1 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

14 - 1 0.0 %
15 - 5 0.1 %
16 - 2 0.0 %
17 - 3 0.1 %
19 - 2 0.0 %
20 - 2 0.0 %
21 - 3 0.1 %
22 - 2 0.0 %
23 - 4 0.1 %
24 - 2 0.0 %
25 - 1 0.0 %
26 - 4 0.1 %
27 - 3 0.1 %
28 - 1 0.0 %
29 - 3 0.1 %
30 - 5 0.1 %
31 - 4 0.1 %
32 - 1 0.0 %
33 - 2 0.0 %
34 - 1 0.0 %
35 - 2 0.0 %
36 - 3 0.1 %
37 - 2 0.0 %
38 - 5 0.1 %
39 - 7 0.1 %
40 - 6 0.1 %
41 - 2 0.0 %
42 - 2 0.0 %
43 - 1 0.0 %
44 - 2 0.0 %
45 - 3 0.1 %
46 - 2 0.0 %
47 - 2 0.0 %
48 - 1 0.0 %
49 - 1 0.0 %
50 - 1 0.0 %
52 - 3 0.1 %
53 - 2 0.0 %
54 - 1 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

55 - 1 0.0 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4528 97.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 139 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 61.93
• Median: 29.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 182.32

Location: 176-178 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

CC05AGE: Child 05: Age


How old is the fifth child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

2 - 2 0.0 %
5 - 2 0.0 %
7 - 1 0.0 %
9 - 1 0.0 %
10 - 1 0.0 %
14 - 1 0.0 %
18 - 1 0.0 %
19 - 1 0.0 %
23 - 1 0.0 %
25 - 1 0.0 %
26 - 2 0.0 %
27 - 2 0.0 %
28 - 1 0.0 %
30 - 1 0.0 %
31 - 1 0.0 %
37 - 1 0.0 %
38 - 1 0.0 %
40 - 1 0.0 %
45 - 1 0.0 %
46 - 1 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

47 - 1 0.0 %
55 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4641 99.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 26 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 24.69
• Median: 26.00
• Minimum: 2.00
• Maximum: 55.00
• Standard Deviation: 15.12

Location: 179-181 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

CC06AGE: Child 06: Age


How old is the sixth child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

12 - 1 0.0 %
22 - 1 0.0 %
24 - 1 0.0 %
25 - 1 0.0 %
26 - 1 0.0 %
27 - 1 0.0 %
34 - 1 0.0 %
43 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4659 99.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 8 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 26.62
• Median: 25.50
• Minimum: 12.00
• Maximum: 43.00
• Standard Deviation: 9.01

Location: 182-184 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

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(Range of) Missing Values: 888

CC07AGE: Child 07: Age


How old is the seventh child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

11 - 1 0.0 %
22 - 1 0.0 %
23 - 1 0.0 %
24 - 1 0.0 %
33 - 1 0.0 %
40 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4661 99.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 6 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 25.50
• Median: 23.50
• Minimum: 11.00
• Maximum: 40.00
• Standard Deviation: 9.97

Location: 185-187 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

CC08AGE: Child 08: Age


How old is the eighth child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

9 - 1 0.0 %
31 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4665 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 20.00
• Median: 20.00
• Minimum: 9.00
• Maximum: 31.00

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• Standard Deviation: 15.56

Location: 188-190 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

CC09AGE: Child 09: Age


How old is the ninth child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

7 - 1 0.0 %
26 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4665 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 16.50
• Median: 16.50
• Minimum: 7.00
• Maximum: 26.00
• Standard Deviation: 13.44

Location: 191-193 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

CC10AGE: Child 10: Age


How old is the tenth child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

5 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4666 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 5.00
• Median: 5.00
• Mode: 5.00
• Minimum: 5.00
• Maximum: 5.00
• Standard Deviation: 0.00

Location: 194-196 (width: 3; decimal: 0)

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Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

CC11AGE: Child 11: Age


How old is the eleventh child?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

3 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4666 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 3.00
• Median: 3.00
• Mode: 3.00
• Minimum: 3.00
• Maximum: 3.00
• Standard Deviation: 0.00

Location: 197-199 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

CC01MG: Child 01: Marital Status


What is the first child's marital status?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Married 1513 32.4 %


2 Divorced 59 1.3 %
3 Widowed 12 0.3 %
4 Never married 1970 42.2 %
9 No answer 27 0.6 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 1086 23.3 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 3,581 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 200-200 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

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CC02MG: Child 02: Marital Status
What is the second child's marital status?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Married 1236 26.5 %


2 Divorced 53 1.1 %
3 Widowed 6 0.1 %
4 Never married 1633 35.0 %
9 No answer 26 0.6 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 1713 36.7 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,954 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 201-201 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC03MG: Child 03: Marital Status


What is the third child's marital status?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Married 377 8.1 %


2 Divorced 21 0.4 %
3 Widowed 2 0.0 %
4 Never married 545 11.7 %
9 No answer 8 0.2 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 3714 79.6 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 953 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 202-202 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC04MG: Child 04: Marital Status


What is the fourth child's marital status?

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1 Married 55 1.2 %
2 Divorced 3 0.1 %
3 Widowed 0 0.0 %
4 Never married 78 1.7 %
9 No answer 3 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4528 97.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 139 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 203-203 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC05MG: Child 05: Marital Status


What is the fifth child's marital status?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Married 8 0.2 %
2 Divorced 0 0.0 %
3 Widowed 0 0.0 %
4 Never married 18 0.4 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4641 99.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 26 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 4.00

Location: 204-204 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC06MG: Child 06: Marital Status


What is the sixth child's marital status?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Married 4 0.1 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

2 Divorced 0 0.0 %
3 Widowed 0 0.0 %
4 Never married 4 0.1 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4659 99.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 8 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 4.00

Location: 205-205 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC07MG: Child 07: Marital Status


What is the seventh child's marital status?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Married 3 0.1 %
2 Divorced 0 0.0 %
3 Widowed 0 0.0 %
4 Never married 3 0.1 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4661 99.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 6 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 4.00

Location: 206-206 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC08MG: Child 08: Marital Status


What is the eighth child's marital status?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Married 1 0.0 %
2 Divorced 0 0.0 %

- 89 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

3 Widowed 0 0.0 %
4 Never married 1 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4665 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 4.00

Location: 207-207 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC09MG: Child 09: Marital Status


What is the ninth child's marital status?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Married 0 0.0 %
2 Divorced 0 0.0 %
3 Widowed 0 0.0 %
4 Never married 2 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4665 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 4.00
• Maximum: 4.00

Location: 208-208 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC10MG: Child 10: Marital Status


What is the tenth child's marital status?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Married 0 0.0 %
2 Divorced 0 0.0 %
3 Widowed 0 0.0 %

- 90 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

4 Never married 1 0.0 %


9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4666 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 4.00
• Maximum: 4.00

Location: 209-209 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC11MG: Child 11: Marital Status


What is the eleventh child's marital status?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Married 0 0.0 %
2 Divorced 0 0.0 %
3 Widowed 0 0.0 %
4 Never married 1 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4666 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 4.00
• Maximum: 4.00

Location: 210-210 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC01JOB: Child 01: Working Now


Is the first child currently working for pay?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 2035 43.6 %


2 No 1514 32.4 %
9 No answer 32 0.7 %
Missing Data

- 91 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

8 Not applicable 1086 23.3 %


Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 3,581 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 211-211 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC02JOB: Child 02: Working Now


Is the second child currently working for pay?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 1684 36.1 %


2 No 1246 26.7 %
9 No answer 24 0.5 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 1713 36.7 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,954 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 212-212 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC03JOB: Child 03: Working Now


Is the third child currently working for pay?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 541 11.6 %


2 No 397 8.5 %
9 No answer 15 0.3 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 3714 79.6 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 953 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

- 92 -
• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 213-213 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC04JOB: Child 04: Working Now


Is the fourth child currently working for pay?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 72 1.5 %
2 No 63 1.3 %
9 No answer 4 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4528 97.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 139 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 214-214 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC05JOB: Child 05: Working Now


Is the fifth child currently working for pay?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 15 0.3 %
2 No 11 0.2 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4641 99.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 26 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 215-215 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC06JOB: Child 06: Working Now

- 93 -
Is the sixth child currently working for pay?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 7 0.1 %
2 No 1 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4659 99.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 8 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 216-216 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC07JOB: Child 07: Working Now


Is the seventh child currently working for pay?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 4 0.1 %
2 No 2 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4661 99.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 6 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 217-217 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC08JOB: Child 08: Working Now


Is the eighth child currently working for pay?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 0 0.0 %
2 No 2 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %

- 94 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4665 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 2.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 218-218 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC09JOB: Child 09: Working Now


Is the ninth child currently working for pay?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 1 0.0 %
2 No 1 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4665 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 219-219 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC10JOB: Child 10: Working Now


Is the tenth child currently working for pay?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 0 0.0 %
2 No 1 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4666 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

- 95 -
• Minimum: 2.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 220-220 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

CC11JOB: Child 11: Working Now


Is the eleventh child currently working for pay?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 0 0.0 %
2 No 1 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4666 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 2.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 221-221 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

SZFFOTHR: Number of Other Family Members


Up to now you were asked about your spouse, parents, and children. Are you living together with any other people? Those people
include your children's' spouses, your grandchildren, your brothers and sisters, your spouses' parents. If so, please indicate how
many.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 3794 81.3 %
1 - 429 9.2 %
2 - 221 4.7 %
3 - 151 3.2 %
4 - 53 1.1 %
5 - 11 0.2 %
6 - 6 0.1 %
8 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 1 0.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

- 96 -
• Mean: 0.56
• Median: 0.00
• Mode: 0.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 14.64

Location: 222-224 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

FFH01REL: Other Family Members 01: Relationship


First other family member relationship with the respondent.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Respondent himself/herself 0 0.0 %


1 Husband 0 0.0 %
2 Wife 0 0.0 %
3 Child (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
10 Son (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
11 Oldest son 0 0.0 %
12 Second son 0 0.0 %
13 Third son 0 0.0 %
14 Wife of the oldest son 143 3.1 %
15 Wife of the second son 17 0.4 %
16 Wife of the third son 2 0.0 %
17 Fourth son 0 0.0 %
18 Wife of the fourth son 0 0.0 %
19 Fifth son 0 0.0 %
20 Daughter (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
21 Oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
22 Second daughter 0 0.0 %
23 Third daughter 0 0.0 %
24 Husband of the oldest daughter 46 1.0 %
25 Husband of the second daughter 15 0.3 %
26 Husband of the third daughter 4 0.1 %
27 Fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
28 Husband of the fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
29 Fifth daughter 0 0.0 %
30 Grandson 67 1.4 %
31 Granddaughter 45 1.0 %
32 Spouse of grandchild 0 0.0 %
33 Great-grandson 0 0.0 %
34 Great-granddaughter 0 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

35 Grandchild (unknown sex) 1 0.0 %


40 Father 0 0.0 %
41 Mother 0 0.0 %
42 Father-in-law (Father of spouse) 86 1.8 %
43 Mother-in-law (Mother of spouse) 107 2.3 %
44 Wife of older brother 1 0.0 %
45 Wife of younger brother 0 0.0 %
46 Husband of older sister 1 0.0 %
47 Husband of younger sister 0 0.0 %
50 Older brother 62 1.3 %
51 Younger brother 65 1.4 %
52 Older sister 54 1.2 %
53 Younger sister 66 1.4 %
54 Older brother of spouse 1 0.0 %
55 Younger brother of spouse 1 0.0 %
56 Older sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
57 Younger sister of spouse 3 0.1 %
60 Grandfather 20 0.4 %
61 Grandmother 47 1.0 %
62 Grandfather-in-law (Grandfather of spouse) 2 0.0 %
63 Grandmother-in-law (Grandmother of spouse) 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 3795 81.3 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 872 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 14.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 225-226 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

FFH02REL: Other Family Members 02: Relationship


Second other family member relationship with the respondent.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Respondent himself/herself 0 0.0 %


1 Husband 0 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

2 Wife 0 0.0 %
3 Child (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
10 Son (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
11 Oldest son 0 0.0 %
12 Second son 0 0.0 %
13 Third son 0 0.0 %
14 Wife of the oldest son 15 0.3 %
15 Wife of the second son 3 0.1 %
16 Wife of the third son 0 0.0 %
17 Fourth son 0 0.0 %
18 Wife of the fourth son 0 0.0 %
19 Fifth son 0 0.0 %
20 Daughter (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
21 Oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
22 Second daughter 0 0.0 %
23 Third daughter 0 0.0 %
24 Husband of the oldest daughter 3 0.1 %
25 Husband of the second daughter 1 0.0 %
26 Husband of the third daughter 0 0.0 %
27 Fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
28 Husband of the fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
29 Fifth daughter 0 0.0 %
30 Grandson 112 2.4 %
31 Granddaughter 114 2.4 %
32 Spouse of grandchild 1 0.0 %
33 Great-grandson 0 0.0 %
34 Great-granddaughter 1 0.0 %
35 Grandchild (unknown sex) 4 0.1 %
40 Father 0 0.0 %
41 Mother 0 0.0 %
42 Father-in-law (Father of spouse) 1 0.0 %
43 Mother-in-law (Mother of spouse) 70 1.5 %
44 Wife of older brother 2 0.0 %
45 Wife of younger brother 2 0.0 %
46 Husband of older sister 2 0.0 %
47 Husband of younger sister 1 0.0 %
50 Older brother 10 0.2 %
51 Younger brother 20 0.4 %
52 Older sister 11 0.2 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

53 Younger sister 29 0.6 %


54 Older brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
55 Younger brother of spouse 2 0.0 %
56 Older sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
57 Younger sister of spouse 2 0.0 %
60 Grandfather 3 0.1 %
61 Grandmother 23 0.5 %
62 Grandfather-in-law (Grandfather of spouse) 0 0.0 %
63 Grandmother-in-law (Grandmother of spouse) 3 0.1 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 4224 90.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 443 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 14.00
• Maximum: 97.00

Location: 227-228 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

FFH03REL: Other Family Members 03: Relationship


Third other family member relationship with the respondent.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Respondent himself/herself 0 0.0 %


1 Husband 0 0.0 %
2 Wife 0 0.0 %
3 Child (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
10 Son (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
11 Oldest son 0 0.0 %
12 Second son 0 0.0 %
13 Third son 0 0.0 %
14 Wife of the oldest son 23 0.5 %
15 Wife of the second son 2 0.0 %
16 Wife of the third son 0 0.0 %
17 Fourth son 0 0.0 %
18 Wife of the fourth son 0 0.0 %
19 Fifth son 0 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

20 Daughter (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %


21 Oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
22 Second daughter 0 0.0 %
23 Third daughter 0 0.0 %
24 Husband of the oldest daughter 4 0.1 %
25 Husband of the second daughter 4 0.1 %
26 Husband of the third daughter 1 0.0 %
27 Fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
28 Husband of the fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
29 Fifth daughter 0 0.0 %
30 Grandson 69 1.5 %
31 Granddaughter 61 1.3 %
32 Spouse of grandchild 4 0.1 %
33 Great-grandson 0 0.0 %
34 Great-granddaughter 1 0.0 %
35 Grandchild (unknown sex) 2 0.0 %
40 Father 0 0.0 %
41 Mother 0 0.0 %
42 Father-in-law (Father of spouse) 1 0.0 %
43 Mother-in-law (Mother of spouse) 1 0.0 %
44 Wife of older brother 1 0.0 %
45 Wife of younger brother 0 0.0 %
46 Husband of older sister 0 0.0 %
47 Husband of younger sister 0 0.0 %
50 Older brother 5 0.1 %
51 Younger brother 9 0.2 %
52 Older sister 1 0.0 %
53 Younger sister 8 0.2 %
54 Older brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
55 Younger brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
56 Older sister of spouse 1 0.0 %
57 Younger sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
60 Grandfather 1 0.0 %
61 Grandmother 7 0.1 %
62 Grandfather-in-law (Grandfather of spouse) 1 0.0 %
63 Grandmother-in-law (Grandmother of spouse) 3 0.1 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 4445 95.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 222 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 14.00
• Maximum: 97.00

Location: 229-230 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

FFH04REL: Other Family Members 04: Relationship


Fourth other family member relationship with the respondent.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Respondent himself/herself 0 0.0 %


1 Husband 0 0.0 %
2 Wife 0 0.0 %
3 Child (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
10 Son (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
11 Oldest son 0 0.0 %
12 Second son 0 0.0 %
13 Third son 0 0.0 %
14 Wife of the oldest son 5 0.1 %
15 Wife of the second son 0 0.0 %
16 Wife of the third son 0 0.0 %
17 Fourth son 0 0.0 %
18 Wife of the fourth son 0 0.0 %
19 Fifth son 0 0.0 %
20 Daughter (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
21 Oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
22 Second daughter 0 0.0 %
23 Third daughter 0 0.0 %
24 Husband of the oldest daughter 2 0.0 %
25 Husband of the second daughter 1 0.0 %
26 Husband of the third daughter 0 0.0 %
27 Fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
28 Husband of the fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
29 Fifth daughter 0 0.0 %
30 Grandson 25 0.5 %
31 Granddaughter 18 0.4 %
32 Spouse of grandchild 2 0.0 %
33 Great-grandson 2 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

34 Great-granddaughter 1 0.0 %
35 Grandchild (unknown sex) 1 0.0 %
40 Father 0 0.0 %
41 Mother 0 0.0 %
42 Father-in-law (Father of spouse) 2 0.0 %
43 Mother-in-law (Mother of spouse) 2 0.0 %
44 Wife of older brother 0 0.0 %
45 Wife of younger brother 0 0.0 %
46 Husband of older sister 0 0.0 %
47 Husband of younger sister 0 0.0 %
50 Older brother 1 0.0 %
51 Younger brother 0 0.0 %
52 Older sister 1 0.0 %
53 Younger sister 2 0.0 %
54 Older brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
55 Younger brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
56 Older sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
57 Younger sister of spouse 1 0.0 %
60 Grandfather 0 0.0 %
61 Grandmother 1 0.0 %
62 Grandfather-in-law (Grandfather of spouse) 0 0.0 %
63 Grandmother-in-law (Grandmother of spouse) 1 0.0 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 4596 98.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 71 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 14.00
• Maximum: 97.00

Location: 231-232 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

FFH05REL: Other Family Members 05: Relationship


Fifth other family member relationship with the respondent.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Respondent himself/herself 0 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1 Husband 0 0.0 %
2 Wife 0 0.0 %
3 Child (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
10 Son (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
11 Oldest son 0 0.0 %
12 Second son 0 0.0 %
13 Third son 0 0.0 %
14 Wife of the oldest son 1 0.0 %
15 Wife of the second son 0 0.0 %
16 Wife of the third son 0 0.0 %
17 Fourth son 0 0.0 %
18 Wife of the fourth son 0 0.0 %
19 Fifth son 0 0.0 %
20 Daughter (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
21 Oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
22 Second daughter 0 0.0 %
23 Third daughter 0 0.0 %
24 Husband of the oldest daughter 1 0.0 %
25 Husband of the second daughter 0 0.0 %
26 Husband of the third daughter 0 0.0 %
27 Fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
28 Husband of the fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
29 Fifth daughter 0 0.0 %
30 Grandson 5 0.1 %
31 Granddaughter 5 0.1 %
32 Spouse of grandchild 0 0.0 %
33 Great-grandson 2 0.0 %
34 Great-granddaughter 1 0.0 %
35 Grandchild (unknown sex) 1 0.0 %
40 Father 0 0.0 %
41 Mother 0 0.0 %
42 Father-in-law (Father of spouse) 0 0.0 %
43 Mother-in-law (Mother of spouse) 2 0.0 %
44 Wife of older brother 0 0.0 %
45 Wife of younger brother 0 0.0 %
46 Husband of older sister 0 0.0 %
47 Husband of younger sister 0 0.0 %
50 Older brother 0 0.0 %
51 Younger brother 0 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

52 Older sister 0 0.0 %


53 Younger sister 0 0.0 %
54 Older brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
55 Younger brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
56 Older sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
57 Younger sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
60 Grandfather 0 0.0 %
61 Grandmother 0 0.0 %
62 Grandfather-in-law (Grandfather of spouse) 0 0.0 %
63 Grandmother-in-law (Grandmother of spouse) 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 4649 99.6 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 18 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 14.00
• Maximum: 43.00

Location: 233-234 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

FFH06REL: Other Family Members 06: Relationship


Sixth other family member relationship with the respondent.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Respondent himself/herself 0 0.0 %


1 Husband 0 0.0 %
2 Wife 0 0.0 %
3 Child (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
10 Son (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
11 Oldest son 0 0.0 %
12 Second son 0 0.0 %
13 Third son 0 0.0 %
14 Wife of the oldest son 0 0.0 %
15 Wife of the second son 0 0.0 %
16 Wife of the third son 0 0.0 %
17 Fourth son 0 0.0 %
18 Wife of the fourth son 0 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

19 Fifth son 0 0.0 %


20 Daughter (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
21 Oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
22 Second daughter 0 0.0 %
23 Third daughter 0 0.0 %
24 Husband of the oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
25 Husband of the second daughter 0 0.0 %
26 Husband of the third daughter 0 0.0 %
27 Fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
28 Husband of the fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
29 Fifth daughter 0 0.0 %
30 Grandson 3 0.1 %
31 Granddaughter 3 0.1 %
32 Spouse of grandchild 0 0.0 %
33 Great-grandson 0 0.0 %
34 Great-granddaughter 1 0.0 %
35 Grandchild (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
40 Father 0 0.0 %
41 Mother 0 0.0 %
42 Father-in-law (Father of spouse) 0 0.0 %
43 Mother-in-law (Mother of spouse) 0 0.0 %
44 Wife of older brother 0 0.0 %
45 Wife of younger brother 0 0.0 %
46 Husband of older sister 0 0.0 %
47 Husband of younger sister 0 0.0 %
50 Older brother 0 0.0 %
51 Younger brother 0 0.0 %
52 Older sister 0 0.0 %
53 Younger sister 0 0.0 %
54 Older brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
55 Younger brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
56 Older sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
57 Younger sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
60 Grandfather 0 0.0 %
61 Grandmother 0 0.0 %
62 Grandfather-in-law (Grandfather of spouse) 0 0.0 %
63 Grandmother-in-law (Grandmother of spouse) 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 4660 99.9 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 7 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 30.00
• Maximum: 34.00

Location: 235-236 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

FFH07REL: Other Family Members 07: Relationship


Seventh other family member relationship with the respondent.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Respondent himself/herself 0 0.0 %


1 Husband 0 0.0 %
2 Wife 0 0.0 %
3 Child (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
10 Son (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
11 Oldest son 0 0.0 %
12 Second son 0 0.0 %
13 Third son 0 0.0 %
14 Wife of the oldest son 0 0.0 %
15 Wife of the second son 0 0.0 %
16 Wife of the third son 0 0.0 %
17 Fourth son 0 0.0 %
18 Wife of the fourth son 0 0.0 %
19 Fifth son 0 0.0 %
20 Daughter (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
21 Oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
22 Second daughter 0 0.0 %
23 Third daughter 0 0.0 %
24 Husband of the oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
25 Husband of the second daughter 0 0.0 %
26 Husband of the third daughter 0 0.0 %
27 Fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
28 Husband of the fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
29 Fifth daughter 0 0.0 %
30 Grandson 0 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

31 Granddaughter 1 0.0 %
32 Spouse of grandchild 0 0.0 %
33 Great-grandson 0 0.0 %
34 Great-granddaughter 0 0.0 %
35 Grandchild (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
40 Father 0 0.0 %
41 Mother 0 0.0 %
42 Father-in-law (Father of spouse) 0 0.0 %
43 Mother-in-law (Mother of spouse) 0 0.0 %
44 Wife of older brother 0 0.0 %
45 Wife of younger brother 0 0.0 %
46 Husband of older sister 0 0.0 %
47 Husband of younger sister 0 0.0 %
50 Older brother 0 0.0 %
51 Younger brother 0 0.0 %
52 Older sister 0 0.0 %
53 Younger sister 0 0.0 %
54 Older brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
55 Younger brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
56 Older sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
57 Younger sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
60 Grandfather 0 0.0 %
61 Grandmother 0 0.0 %
62 Grandfather-in-law (Grandfather of spouse) 0 0.0 %
63 Grandmother-in-law (Grandmother of spouse) 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 4666 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 1 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 31.00
• Maximum: 31.00

Location: 237-238 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

FFH08REL: Other Family Members 08: Relationship


Eighth other family member relationship with the respondent.

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

0 Respondent himself/herself 0 0.0 %


1 Husband 0 0.0 %
2 Wife 0 0.0 %
3 Child (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
10 Son (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
11 Oldest son 0 0.0 %
12 Second son 0 0.0 %
13 Third son 0 0.0 %
14 Wife of the oldest son 0 0.0 %
15 Wife of the second son 0 0.0 %
16 Wife of the third son 0 0.0 %
17 Fourth son 0 0.0 %
18 Wife of the fourth son 0 0.0 %
19 Fifth son 0 0.0 %
20 Daughter (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
21 Oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
22 Second daughter 0 0.0 %
23 Third daughter 0 0.0 %
24 Husband of the oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
25 Husband of the second daughter 0 0.0 %
26 Husband of the third daughter 0 0.0 %
27 Fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
28 Husband of the fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
29 Fifth daughter 0 0.0 %
30 Grandson 0 0.0 %
31 Granddaughter 1 0.0 %
32 Spouse of grandchild 0 0.0 %
33 Great-grandson 0 0.0 %
34 Great-granddaughter 0 0.0 %
35 Grandchild (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
40 Father 0 0.0 %
41 Mother 0 0.0 %
42 Father-in-law (Father of spouse) 0 0.0 %
43 Mother-in-law (Mother of spouse) 0 0.0 %
44 Wife of older brother 0 0.0 %
45 Wife of younger brother 0 0.0 %
46 Husband of older sister 0 0.0 %
47 Husband of younger sister 0 0.0 %
50 Older brother 0 0.0 %

- 109 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

51 Younger brother 0 0.0 %


52 Older sister 0 0.0 %
53 Younger sister 0 0.0 %
54 Older brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
55 Younger brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
56 Older sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
57 Younger sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
60 Grandfather 0 0.0 %
61 Grandmother 0 0.0 %
62 Grandfather-in-law (Grandfather of spouse) 0 0.0 %
63 Grandmother-in-law (Grandmother of spouse) 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 4666 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 1 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 31.00
• Maximum: 31.00

Location: 239-240 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

FFH01SEX: Other Family Members 01: Sex


First other family member sex.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Male 375 8.0 %


2 Female 493 10.6 %
9 No answer 4 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 3795 81.3 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 872 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 241-241 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

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FFH02SEX: Other Family Members 02: Sex
Second other family member sex.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Male 162 3.5 %


2 Female 277 5.9 %
9 No answer 4 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4224 90.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 443 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 242-242 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FFH03SEX: Other Family Members 03: Sex


Third other family member sex.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Male 101 2.2 %


2 Female 119 2.5 %
9 No answer 2 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4445 95.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 222 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 243-243 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FFH04SEX: Other Family Members 04: Sex


Fourth other family member sex.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Male 36 0.8 %
2 Female 34 0.7 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

9 No answer 1 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4596 98.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 71 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 244-244 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FFH05SEX: Other Family Members 05: Sex


Fifth other family member sex.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Male 8 0.2 %
2 Female 9 0.2 %
9 No answer 1 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4649 99.6 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 18 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 245-245 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FFH06SEX: Other Family Members 06: Sex


Sixth other family member sex.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Male 3 0.1 %
2 Female 4 0.1 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4660 99.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Based upon 7 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 246-246 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FFH07SEX: Other Family Members 07: Sex


Seventh other family member sex.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Male 0 0.0 %
2 Female 1 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4666 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 2.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 247-247 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FFH08SEX: Other Family Members 08: Sex


Eighth other family member sex.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Male 0 0.0 %
2 Female 1 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4666 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 2.00
• Maximum: 2.00

Location: 248-248 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

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FFH01AGE: Other Family Members 01: Age
First other family member age.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 2 0.0 %
1 - 4 0.1 %
3 - 2 0.0 %
4 - 3 0.1 %
5 - 4 0.1 %
6 - 6 0.1 %
7 - 1 0.0 %
8 - 6 0.1 %
9 - 4 0.1 %
10 - 4 0.1 %
11 - 5 0.1 %
12 - 5 0.1 %
13 - 6 0.1 %
14 - 5 0.1 %
15 - 6 0.1 %
16 - 10 0.2 %
17 - 7 0.1 %
18 - 17 0.4 %
19 - 8 0.2 %
20 - 14 0.3 %
21 - 13 0.3 %
22 - 17 0.4 %
23 - 14 0.3 %
24 - 14 0.3 %
25 - 21 0.4 %
26 - 22 0.5 %
27 - 17 0.4 %
28 - 15 0.3 %
29 - 8 0.2 %
30 - 18 0.4 %
31 - 14 0.3 %
32 - 11 0.2 %
33 - 8 0.2 %
34 - 6 0.1 %
35 - 14 0.3 %
36 - 10 0.2 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

37 - 9 0.2 %
38 - 13 0.3 %
39 - 8 0.2 %
40 - 18 0.4 %
41 - 7 0.1 %
42 - 9 0.2 %
43 - 5 0.1 %
44 - 6 0.1 %
45 - 15 0.3 %
46 - 10 0.2 %
47 - 6 0.1 %
48 - 8 0.2 %
49 - 8 0.2 %
50 - 17 0.4 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 3795 81.3 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 872 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 105.51
• Median: 46.00
• Mode: 999.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 228.78

Location: 249-251 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

FFH02AGE: Other Family Members 02: Age


Second other family member age.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 10 0.2 %
1 - 2 0.0 %
2 - 7 0.1 %
3 - 12 0.3 %
4 - 11 0.2 %
5 - 8 0.2 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

6 - 9 0.2 %
7 - 6 0.1 %
8 - 6 0.1 %
9 - 9 0.2 %
10 - 7 0.1 %
11 - 10 0.2 %
12 - 7 0.1 %
13 - 12 0.3 %
14 - 14 0.3 %
15 - 8 0.2 %
16 - 15 0.3 %
17 - 10 0.2 %
18 - 11 0.2 %
19 - 14 0.3 %
20 - 13 0.3 %
21 - 7 0.1 %
22 - 11 0.2 %
23 - 10 0.2 %
24 - 13 0.3 %
25 - 3 0.1 %
26 - 9 0.2 %
27 - 7 0.1 %
28 - 10 0.2 %
29 - 6 0.1 %
30 - 7 0.1 %
31 - 2 0.0 %
32 - 3 0.1 %
33 - 1 0.0 %
34 - 4 0.1 %
37 - 1 0.0 %
38 - 3 0.1 %
39 - 1 0.0 %
40 - 3 0.1 %
41 - 1 0.0 %
42 - 1 0.0 %
44 - 1 0.0 %
46 - 1 0.0 %
47 - 3 0.1 %
48 - 1 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

49 - 1 0.0 %
50 - 1 0.0 %
51 - 1 0.0 %
54 - 3 0.1 %
56 - 1 0.0 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4224 90.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 443 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 82.13
• Median: 23.00
• Mode: 999.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 216.39

Location: 252-254 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

FFH03AGE: Other Family Members 03: Age


Third other family member age.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 5 0.1 %
1 - 4 0.1 %
2 - 8 0.2 %
3 - 6 0.1 %
4 - 7 0.1 %
5 - 4 0.1 %
6 - 3 0.1 %
7 - 6 0.1 %
8 - 7 0.1 %
9 - 3 0.1 %
10 - 6 0.1 %
11 - 8 0.2 %
12 - 9 0.2 %
13 - 6 0.1 %
14 - 6 0.1 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

15 - 9 0.2 %
16 - 9 0.2 %
17 - 5 0.1 %
18 - 10 0.2 %
19 - 4 0.1 %
20 - 9 0.2 %
21 - 3 0.1 %
22 - 4 0.1 %
23 - 2 0.0 %
24 - 4 0.1 %
25 - 5 0.1 %
26 - 4 0.1 %
27 - 2 0.0 %
28 - 2 0.0 %
29 - 2 0.0 %
30 - 2 0.0 %
31 - 1 0.0 %
32 - 1 0.0 %
33 - 1 0.0 %
34 - 1 0.0 %
36 - 6 0.1 %
37 - 1 0.0 %
39 - 1 0.0 %
40 - 2 0.0 %
42 - 1 0.0 %
43 - 2 0.0 %
47 - 1 0.0 %
51 - 1 0.0 %
54 - 2 0.0 %
55 - 1 0.0 %
62 - 1 0.0 %
64 - 1 0.0 %
66 - 2 0.0 %
70 - 1 0.0 %
75 - 1 0.0 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4445 95.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 222 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 101.26
• Median: 17.50
• Mode: 999.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 268.03

Location: 255-257 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

FFH04AGE: Other Family Members 04: Age


Fourth other family member age.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 5 0.1 %
1 - 2 0.0 %
2 - 3 0.1 %
3 - 6 0.1 %
4 - 4 0.1 %
5 - 1 0.0 %
6 - 4 0.1 %
7 - 3 0.1 %
9 - 3 0.1 %
12 - 6 0.1 %
13 - 1 0.0 %
14 - 5 0.1 %
15 - 1 0.0 %
16 - 1 0.0 %
17 - 1 0.0 %
20 - 1 0.0 %
23 - 1 0.0 %
24 - 1 0.0 %
25 - 1 0.0 %
26 - 2 0.0 %
27 - 2 0.0 %
32 - 1 0.0 %
37 - 1 0.0 %
39 - 2 0.0 %
40 - 1 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

42 - 1 0.0 %
50 - 1 0.0 %
51 - 1 0.0 %
62 - 1 0.0 %
66 - 1 0.0 %
80 - 1 0.0 %
82 - 2 0.0 %
93 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 3 0.1 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4596 98.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 71 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 60.73
• Median: 12.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 199.68

Location: 258-260 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

FFH05AGE: Other Family Members 05: Age


Fifth other family member age.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 - 3 0.1 %
2 - 1 0.0 %
5 - 1 0.0 %
6 - 1 0.0 %
11 - 1 0.0 %
12 - 2 0.0 %
13 - 1 0.0 %
15 - 1 0.0 %
25 - 2 0.0 %
40 - 1 0.0 %
53 - 1 0.0 %
93 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 2 0.0 %
Missing Data

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

888 Not applicable 4649 99.6 %


Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 18 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 128.50
• Median: 12.50
• Mode: 1.00
• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 317.52

Location: 261-263 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

FFH06AGE: Other Family Members 06: Age


Sixth other family member age.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 1 0.0 %
1 - 1 0.0 %
7 - 1 0.0 %
9 - 1 0.0 %
10 - 2 0.0 %
23 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4660 99.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 7 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 8.57
• Median: 9.00
• Mode: 10.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 23.00
• Standard Deviation: 7.59

Location: 264-266 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

FFH07AGE: Other Family Members 07: Age


Seventh other family member age.

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

9 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4666 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 9.00
• Median: 9.00
• Mode: 9.00
• Minimum: 9.00
• Maximum: 9.00
• Standard Deviation: 0.00

Location: 267-269 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

FFH08AGE: Other Family Members 08: Age


Eighth other family member age.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

8 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4666 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 8.00
• Median: 8.00
• Mode: 8.00
• Minimum: 8.00
• Maximum: 8.00
• Standard Deviation: 0.00

Location: 270-272 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

SZFFONLY: Number of Family Members Except Respondent


How many people do you live together with excluding yourself? Persons living together:

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 510 10.9 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1 - 1345 28.8 %
2 - 1091 23.4 %
3 - 925 19.8 %
4 - 445 9.5 %
5 - 235 5.0 %
6 - 71 1.5 %
7 - 29 0.6 %
8 - 9 0.2 %
9 - 4 0.1 %
11 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 2 0.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 2.57
• Median: 2.00
• Mode: 1.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 20.69

Location: 273-275 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

SZFFTTL: Number of Family Members Including Respondent


How many people do you live together with excluding yourself? Persons + Yourself (one person) = Total

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 - 510 10.9 %
2 - 1345 28.8 %
3 - 1091 23.4 %
4 - 925 19.8 %
5 - 445 9.5 %
6 - 235 5.0 %
7 - 71 1.5 %
8 - 29 0.6 %
9 - 9 0.2 %
10 - 4 0.1 %
12 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 2 0.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 3.57
• Median: 3.00
• Mode: 2.00
• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 20.67

Location: 276-278 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

FFHEAD: Head of the Household


Who is the head of your household? Please answer in terms of relationship to you such as myself, husband, husband's mother,
etc.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Respondent himself/herself 2301 49.3 %


1 Husband 1564 33.5 %
2 Wife 4 0.1 %
3 Child (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
10 Son (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
11 Oldest son 111 2.4 %
12 Second son 12 0.3 %
13 Third son 0 0.0 %
14 Wife of the oldest son 1 0.0 %
15 Wife of the second son 0 0.0 %
16 Wife of the third son 0 0.0 %
17 Fourth son 0 0.0 %
18 Wife of the fourth son 0 0.0 %
19 Fifth son 0 0.0 %
20 Daughter (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
21 Oldest daughter 10 0.2 %
22 Second daughter 6 0.1 %
23 Third daughter 2 0.0 %
24 Husband of the oldest daughter 18 0.4 %
25 Husband of the second daughter 3 0.1 %
26 Husband of the third daughter 3 0.1 %
27 Fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
28 Husband of the fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
29 Fifth daughter 0 0.0 %
30 Grandson 0 0.0 %
31 Granddaughter 0 0.0 %
32 Spouse of grandchild 0 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

33 Great-grandson 0 0.0 %
34 Great-granddaughter 0 0.0 %
35 Grandchild (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
40 Father 470 10.1 %
41 Mother 85 1.8 %
42 Father-in-law (Father of spouse) 32 0.7 %
43 Mother-in-law (Mother of spouse) 8 0.2 %
44 Wife of older brother 1 0.0 %
45 Wife of younger brother 0 0.0 %
46 Husband of older sister 1 0.0 %
47 Husband of younger sister 0 0.0 %
50 Older brother 5 0.1 %
51 Younger brother 3 0.1 %
52 Older sister 5 0.1 %
53 Younger sister 1 0.0 %
54 Older brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
55 Younger brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
56 Older sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
57 Younger sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
60 Grandfather 7 0.1 %
61 Grandmother 1 0.0 %
62 Grandfather-in-law (Grandfather of spouse) 0 0.0 %
63 Grandmother-in-law (Grandmother of spouse) 0 0.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 279-280 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

SZFFOUT: Number of Family Members Temporarily Leaving Home


Are there any family members who are temporarily living separately, due to the sorts of reasons given here? For example, it
includes "job transfer" and "attending a college away from hometown." If there are any, please state the number of such family
members.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 4180 89.6 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1 - 356 7.6 %
2 - 94 2.0 %
3 - 24 0.5 %
4 - 8 0.2 %
5 - 1 0.0 %
6 - 1 0.0 %
7 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 2 0.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 0.57
• Median: 0.00
• Mode: 0.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 20.68

Location: 281-283 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

FFO01REL: Family Members Temporarily Leaving Home 01: Relationship


Please tell us each family member who is temporarily living separately. What is his/her relationship to you? - First Family Member

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Respondent himself/herself 0 0.0 %


1 Husband 56 1.2 %
2 Wife 37 0.8 %
3 Child (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
10 Son (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
11 Oldest son 120 2.6 %
12 Second son 23 0.5 %
13 Third son 9 0.2 %
14 Wife of the oldest son 3 0.1 %
15 Wife of the second son 0 0.0 %
16 Wife of the third son 0 0.0 %
17 Fourth son 0 0.0 %
18 Wife of the fourth son 0 0.0 %
19 Fifth son 0 0.0 %
20 Daughter (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
21 Oldest daughter 79 1.7 %
22 Second daughter 20 0.4 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

23 Third daughter 2 0.0 %


24 Husband of the oldest daughter 3 0.1 %
25 Husband of the second daughter 0 0.0 %
26 Husband of the third daughter 0 0.0 %
27 Fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
28 Husband of the fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
29 Fifth daughter 0 0.0 %
30 Grandson 17 0.4 %
31 Granddaughter 11 0.2 %
32 Spouse of grandchild 0 0.0 %
33 Great-grandson 0 0.0 %
34 Great-granddaughter 0 0.0 %
35 Grandchild (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
40 Father 16 0.3 %
41 Mother 12 0.3 %
42 Father-in-law (Father of spouse) 5 0.1 %
43 Mother-in-law (Mother of spouse) 9 0.2 %
44 Wife of older brother 0 0.0 %
45 Wife of younger brother 0 0.0 %
46 Husband of older sister 0 0.0 %
47 Husband of younger sister 0 0.0 %
50 Older brother 18 0.4 %
51 Younger brother 22 0.5 %
52 Older sister 10 0.2 %
53 Younger sister 6 0.1 %
54 Older brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
55 Younger brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
56 Older sister of spouse 1 0.0 %
57 Younger sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
60 Grandfather 1 0.0 %
61 Grandmother 1 0.0 %
62 Grandfather-in-law (Grandfather of spouse) 0 0.0 %
63 Grandmother-in-law (Grandmother of spouse) 1 0.0 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 4182 89.6 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

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Based upon 485 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 284-285 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

FFO02REL: Family Members Temporarily Leaving Home 02: Relationship


Please tell us each family member who is temporarily living separately. What is his/her relationship to you? - Second Family
Member

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Respondent himself/herself 0 0.0 %


1 Husband 0 0.0 %
2 Wife 3 0.1 %
3 Child (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
10 Son (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
11 Oldest son 25 0.5 %
12 Second son 17 0.4 %
13 Third son 2 0.0 %
14 Wife of the oldest son 2 0.0 %
15 Wife of the second son 0 0.0 %
16 Wife of the third son 0 0.0 %
17 Fourth son 0 0.0 %
18 Wife of the fourth son 0 0.0 %
19 Fifth son 0 0.0 %
20 Daughter (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
21 Oldest daughter 29 0.6 %
22 Second daughter 11 0.2 %
23 Third daughter 3 0.1 %
24 Husband of the oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
25 Husband of the second daughter 0 0.0 %
26 Husband of the third daughter 0 0.0 %
27 Fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
28 Husband of the fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
29 Fifth daughter 0 0.0 %
30 Grandson 8 0.2 %
31 Granddaughter 2 0.0 %
32 Spouse of grandchild 1 0.0 %
33 Great-grandson 0 0.0 %
34 Great-granddaughter 0 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

35 Grandchild (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %


40 Father 2 0.0 %
41 Mother 8 0.2 %
42 Father-in-law (Father of spouse) 0 0.0 %
43 Mother-in-law (Mother of spouse) 3 0.1 %
44 Wife of older brother 0 0.0 %
45 Wife of younger brother 0 0.0 %
46 Husband of older sister 0 0.0 %
47 Husband of younger sister 0 0.0 %
50 Older brother 6 0.1 %
51 Younger brother 3 0.1 %
52 Older sister 2 0.0 %
53 Younger sister 1 0.0 %
54 Older brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
55 Younger brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
56 Older sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
57 Younger sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
60 Grandfather 0 0.0 %
61 Grandmother 0 0.0 %
62 Grandfather-in-law (Grandfather of spouse) 0 0.0 %
63 Grandmother-in-law (Grandmother of spouse) 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 4538 97.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 129 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 2.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 286-287 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

FFO03REL: Family Members Temporarily Leaving Home 03: Relationship


Please tell us each family member who is temporarily living separately. What is his/her relationship to you? - Third Family Member

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Respondent himself/herself 0 0.0 %


1 Husband 0 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

2 Wife 0 0.0 %
3 Child (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
10 Son (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
11 Oldest son 7 0.1 %
12 Second son 7 0.1 %
13 Third son 0 0.0 %
14 Wife of the oldest son 0 0.0 %
15 Wife of the second son 0 0.0 %
16 Wife of the third son 0 0.0 %
17 Fourth son 0 0.0 %
18 Wife of the fourth son 0 0.0 %
19 Fifth son 0 0.0 %
20 Daughter (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
21 Oldest daughter 2 0.0 %
22 Second daughter 8 0.2 %
23 Third daughter 0 0.0 %
24 Husband of the oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
25 Husband of the second daughter 0 0.0 %
26 Husband of the third daughter 0 0.0 %
27 Fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
28 Husband of the fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
29 Fifth daughter 0 0.0 %
30 Grandson 3 0.1 %
31 Granddaughter 1 0.0 %
32 Spouse of grandchild 0 0.0 %
33 Great-grandson 0 0.0 %
34 Great-granddaughter 0 0.0 %
35 Grandchild (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
40 Father 0 0.0 %
41 Mother 2 0.0 %
42 Father-in-law (Father of spouse) 0 0.0 %
43 Mother-in-law (Mother of spouse) 0 0.0 %
44 Wife of older brother 0 0.0 %
45 Wife of younger brother 0 0.0 %
46 Husband of older sister 0 0.0 %
47 Husband of younger sister 0 0.0 %
50 Older brother 2 0.0 %
51 Younger brother 2 0.0 %
52 Older sister 1 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

53 Younger sister 0 0.0 %


54 Older brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
55 Younger brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
56 Older sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
57 Younger sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
60 Grandfather 0 0.0 %
61 Grandmother 0 0.0 %
62 Grandfather-in-law (Grandfather of spouse) 0 0.0 %
63 Grandmother-in-law (Grandmother of spouse) 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 4632 99.3 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 35 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 11.00
• Maximum: 52.00

Location: 288-289 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

FFO04REL: Family Members Temporarily Leaving Home 04: Relationship


Please tell us each family member who is temporarily living separately. What is his/her relationship to you? - Fourth Family
Member

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Respondent himself/herself 0 0.0 %


1 Husband 0 0.0 %
2 Wife 0 0.0 %
3 Child (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
10 Son (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
11 Oldest son 0 0.0 %
12 Second son 2 0.0 %
13 Third son 2 0.0 %
14 Wife of the oldest son 0 0.0 %
15 Wife of the second son 0 0.0 %
16 Wife of the third son 0 0.0 %
17 Fourth son 0 0.0 %
18 Wife of the fourth son 0 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

19 Fifth son 0 0.0 %


20 Daughter (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
21 Oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
22 Second daughter 2 0.0 %
23 Third daughter 0 0.0 %
24 Husband of the oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
25 Husband of the second daughter 0 0.0 %
26 Husband of the third daughter 0 0.0 %
27 Fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
28 Husband of the fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
29 Fifth daughter 0 0.0 %
30 Grandson 1 0.0 %
31 Granddaughter 1 0.0 %
32 Spouse of grandchild 0 0.0 %
33 Great-grandson 0 0.0 %
34 Great-granddaughter 0 0.0 %
35 Grandchild (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
40 Father 0 0.0 %
41 Mother 0 0.0 %
42 Father-in-law (Father of spouse) 1 0.0 %
43 Mother-in-law (Mother of spouse) 0 0.0 %
44 Wife of older brother 0 0.0 %
45 Wife of younger brother 0 0.0 %
46 Husband of older sister 0 0.0 %
47 Husband of younger sister 0 0.0 %
50 Older brother 0 0.0 %
51 Younger brother 2 0.0 %
52 Older sister 0 0.0 %
53 Younger sister 0 0.0 %
54 Older brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
55 Younger brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
56 Older sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
57 Younger sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
60 Grandfather 0 0.0 %
61 Grandmother 0 0.0 %
62 Grandfather-in-law (Grandfather of spouse) 0 0.0 %
63 Grandmother-in-law (Grandmother of spouse) 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 4656 99.8 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 11 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 12.00
• Maximum: 51.00

Location: 290-291 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

FFO05REL: Family Members Temporarily Leaving Home 05: Relationship


Please tell us each family member who is temporarily living separately. What is his/her relationship to you? - Fifth Family Member

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Respondent himself/herself 0 0.0 %


1 Husband 0 0.0 %
2 Wife 0 0.0 %
3 Child (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
10 Son (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
11 Oldest son 0 0.0 %
12 Second son 0 0.0 %
13 Third son 0 0.0 %
14 Wife of the oldest son 0 0.0 %
15 Wife of the second son 0 0.0 %
16 Wife of the third son 0 0.0 %
17 Fourth son 0 0.0 %
18 Wife of the fourth son 0 0.0 %
19 Fifth son 0 0.0 %
20 Daughter (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
21 Oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
22 Second daughter 0 0.0 %
23 Third daughter 0 0.0 %
24 Husband of the oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
25 Husband of the second daughter 0 0.0 %
26 Husband of the third daughter 0 0.0 %
27 Fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
28 Husband of the fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
29 Fifth daughter 0 0.0 %
30 Grandson 0 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

31 Granddaughter 0 0.0 %
32 Spouse of grandchild 0 0.0 %
33 Great-grandson 0 0.0 %
34 Great-granddaughter 0 0.0 %
35 Grandchild (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
40 Father 1 0.0 %
41 Mother 0 0.0 %
42 Father-in-law (Father of spouse) 1 0.0 %
43 Mother-in-law (Mother of spouse) 0 0.0 %
44 Wife of older brother 0 0.0 %
45 Wife of younger brother 0 0.0 %
46 Husband of older sister 0 0.0 %
47 Husband of younger sister 0 0.0 %
50 Older brother 0 0.0 %
51 Younger brother 1 0.0 %
52 Older sister 0 0.0 %
53 Younger sister 0 0.0 %
54 Older brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
55 Younger brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
56 Older sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
57 Younger sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
60 Grandfather 0 0.0 %
61 Grandmother 0 0.0 %
62 Grandfather-in-law (Grandfather of spouse) 0 0.0 %
63 Grandmother-in-law (Grandmother of spouse) 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 4664 99.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 3 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 40.00
• Maximum: 51.00

Location: 292-293 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

FFO06REL: Family Members Temporarily Leaving Home 06: Relationship


Please tell us each family member who is temporarily living separately. What is his/her relationship to you? - Sixth Family Member

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

0 Respondent himself/herself 0 0.0 %


1 Husband 0 0.0 %
2 Wife 0 0.0 %
3 Child (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
10 Son (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
11 Oldest son 0 0.0 %
12 Second son 0 0.0 %
13 Third son 0 0.0 %
14 Wife of the oldest son 0 0.0 %
15 Wife of the second son 0 0.0 %
16 Wife of the third son 0 0.0 %
17 Fourth son 0 0.0 %
18 Wife of the fourth son 0 0.0 %
19 Fifth son 0 0.0 %
20 Daughter (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
21 Oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
22 Second daughter 0 0.0 %
23 Third daughter 0 0.0 %
24 Husband of the oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
25 Husband of the second daughter 0 0.0 %
26 Husband of the third daughter 0 0.0 %
27 Fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
28 Husband of the fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
29 Fifth daughter 0 0.0 %
30 Grandson 0 0.0 %
31 Granddaughter 0 0.0 %
32 Spouse of grandchild 0 0.0 %
33 Great-grandson 0 0.0 %
34 Great-granddaughter 0 0.0 %
35 Grandchild (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
40 Father 0 0.0 %
41 Mother 1 0.0 %
42 Father-in-law (Father of spouse) 0 0.0 %
43 Mother-in-law (Mother of spouse) 1 0.0 %
44 Wife of older brother 0 0.0 %
45 Wife of younger brother 0 0.0 %
46 Husband of older sister 0 0.0 %
47 Husband of younger sister 0 0.0 %
50 Older brother 0 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

51 Younger brother 0 0.0 %


52 Older sister 0 0.0 %
53 Younger sister 0 0.0 %
54 Older brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
55 Younger brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
56 Older sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
57 Younger sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
60 Grandfather 0 0.0 %
61 Grandmother 0 0.0 %
62 Grandfather-in-law (Grandfather of spouse) 0 0.0 %
63 Grandmother-in-law (Grandmother of spouse) 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 4665 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 2 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 41.00
• Maximum: 43.00

Location: 294-295 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

FFO07REL: Family Members Temporarily Leaving Home 07: Relationship


Please tell us each family member who is temporarily living separately. What is his/her relationship to you? - Seventh Family
Member

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Respondent himself/herself 0 0.0 %


1 Husband 0 0.0 %
2 Wife 0 0.0 %
3 Child (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
10 Son (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
11 Oldest son 0 0.0 %
12 Second son 0 0.0 %
13 Third son 0 0.0 %
14 Wife of the oldest son 0 0.0 %
15 Wife of the second son 0 0.0 %
16 Wife of the third son 0 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

17 Fourth son 0 0.0 %


18 Wife of the fourth son 0 0.0 %
19 Fifth son 0 0.0 %
20 Daughter (unknown birth order) 0 0.0 %
21 Oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
22 Second daughter 0 0.0 %
23 Third daughter 0 0.0 %
24 Husband of the oldest daughter 0 0.0 %
25 Husband of the second daughter 0 0.0 %
26 Husband of the third daughter 0 0.0 %
27 Fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
28 Husband of the fourth daughter 0 0.0 %
29 Fifth daughter 0 0.0 %
30 Grandson 0 0.0 %
31 Granddaughter 0 0.0 %
32 Spouse of grandchild 0 0.0 %
33 Great-grandson 0 0.0 %
34 Great-granddaughter 0 0.0 %
35 Grandchild (unknown sex) 0 0.0 %
40 Father 0 0.0 %
41 Mother 0 0.0 %
42 Father-in-law (Father of spouse) 0 0.0 %
43 Mother-in-law (Mother of spouse) 0 0.0 %
44 Wife of older brother 0 0.0 %
45 Wife of younger brother 0 0.0 %
46 Husband of older sister 0 0.0 %
47 Husband of younger sister 0 0.0 %
50 Older brother 0 0.0 %
51 Younger brother 0 0.0 %
52 Older sister 0 0.0 %
53 Younger sister 0 0.0 %
54 Older brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
55 Younger brother of spouse 0 0.0 %
56 Older sister of spouse 0 0.0 %
57 Younger sister of spouse 1 0.0 %
60 Grandfather 0 0.0 %
61 Grandmother 0 0.0 %
62 Grandfather-in-law (Grandfather of spouse) 0 0.0 %
63 Grandmother-in-law (Grandmother of spouse) 0 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

Missing Data
88 Not applicable 4666 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 1 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 57.00
• Maximum: 57.00

Location: 296-297 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

FFO01WHY: Family Members Temporarily Leaving Home 01: Reason


What is the main reason for not living with you? - First Family Member

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 For your work 31 0.7 %


2 For your schoolwork 4 0.1 %
3 For the family members work 251 5.4 %
4 For the family members schoolwork 119 2.5 %
5 For the family members Hospitalization 16 0.3 %
6 For the family members living at a nursing home 29 0.6 %
7 Other 19 0.4 %
9 No answer 16 0.3 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4182 89.6 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 485 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 298-298 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FFO02WHY: Family Members Temporarily Leaving Home 02: Reason


What is the main reason for not living with you? - Second Family Member

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 For your work 21 0.4 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

2 For your schoolwork 6 0.1 %


3 For the family members work 51 1.1 %
4 For the family members schoolwork 39 0.8 %
5 For the family members Hospitalization 0 0.0 %
6 For the family members living at a nursing home 1 0.0 %
7 Other 8 0.2 %
9 No answer 3 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4538 97.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 129 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 299-299 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FFO03WHY: Family Members Temporarily Leaving Home 03: Reason


What is the main reason for not living with you? - Third Family Member

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 For your work 13 0.3 %


2 For your schoolwork 4 0.1 %
3 For the family members work 6 0.1 %
4 For the family members schoolwork 8 0.2 %
5 For the family members Hospitalization 0 0.0 %
6 For the family members living at a nursing home 1 0.0 %
7 Other 3 0.1 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4632 99.3 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 35 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 7.00

Location: 300-300 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

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FFO04WHY: Family Members Temporarily Leaving Home 04: Reason
What is the main reason for not living with you? - Fourth Family Member

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 For your work 7 0.1 %


2 For your schoolwork 1 0.0 %
3 For the family members work 1 0.0 %
4 For the family members schoolwork 0 0.0 %
5 For the family members Hospitalization 0 0.0 %
6 For the family members living at a nursing home 0 0.0 %
7 Other 2 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4656 99.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 11 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 7.00

Location: 301-301 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FFO05WHY: Family Members Temporarily Leaving Home 05: Reason


What is the main reason for not living with you? - Fifth Family Member

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 For your work 3 0.1 %


2 For your schoolwork 0 0.0 %
3 For the family members work 0 0.0 %
4 For the family members schoolwork 0 0.0 %
5 For the family members Hospitalization 0 0.0 %
6 For the family members living at a nursing home 0 0.0 %
7 Other 0 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4664 99.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 3 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00

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• Maximum: 1.00

Location: 302-302 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FFO06WHY: Family Members Temporarily Leaving Home 06: Reason


What is the main reason for not living with you? - Sixth Family Member

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 For your work 2 0.0 %


2 For your schoolwork 0 0.0 %
3 For the family members work 0 0.0 %
4 For the family members schoolwork 0 0.0 %
5 For the family members Hospitalization 0 0.0 %
6 For the family members living at a nursing home 0 0.0 %
7 Other 0 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4665 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 1.00

Location: 303-303 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FFO07WHY: Family Members Temporarily Leaving Home 07: Reason


What is the main reason for not living with you? - Seventh Family Member

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 For your work 1 0.0 %


2 For your schoolwork 0 0.0 %
3 For the family members work 0 0.0 %
4 For the family members schoolwork 0 0.0 %
5 For the family members Hospitalization 0 0.0 %
6 For the family members living at a nursing home 0 0.0 %
7 Other 0 0.0 %
9 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4666 100.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 1.00

Location: 304-304 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

INCSELF: Income Source: Respondent Income


What are your sources of financial support? Choose all items that apply. Your own income

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 1744 37.4 %


1 Chosen 2920 62.6 %
9 No answer 3 0.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 305-305 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

INCSP: Income Source: Spouse Income


What are your sources of financial support? Choose all items that apply. Spouse or partner's income

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 2692 57.7 %


1 Chosen 1972 42.3 %
9 No answer 3 0.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 306-306 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

INCPAR: Income Source: Parents Income


What are your sources of financial support? Choose all items that apply. Parents' income

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

0 Not chosen 4169 89.3 %


1 Chosen 495 10.6 %
9 No answer 3 0.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 307-307 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

INCFAM: Income Source: Other Family Income


What are your sources of financial support? Choose all items that apply. Income from family members other than your spouse or
parents

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 4155 89.0 %


1 Chosen 509 10.9 %
9 No answer 3 0.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 308-308 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

INCPEN: Income Source: Pension


What are your sources of financial support? Choose all items that apply. Pension

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 2801 60.0 %


1 Chosen 1863 39.9 %
9 No answer 3 0.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 309-309 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

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INCUEB: Income Source: Unemployment Benefits
What are your sources of financial support? Choose all items that apply. Unemployment benefits

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 4642 99.5 %


1 Chosen 22 0.5 %
9 No answer 3 0.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 310-310 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

INCSAVE: Income Source: Savings


What are your sources of financial support? Choose all items that apply. Savings

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 4349 93.2 %


1 Chosen 315 6.7 %
9 No answer 3 0.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 311-311 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

INCSOC: Income Source: Social Welfare Benefits


What are your sources of financial support? Choose all items that apply. Social welfare benefits

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 4592 98.4 %


1 Chosen 72 1.5 %
9 No answer 3 0.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00

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• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 312-312 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

INCIRR: Income Source: Occasional Work


What are your sources of financial support? Choose all items that apply. Occasional work

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 4644 99.5 %


1 Chosen 20 0.4 %
9 No answer 3 0.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 313-313 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

INCRENT: Income Source: Rent Income


What are your sources of financial support? Choose all items that apply. Rent income

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 4545 97.4 %


1 Chosen 119 2.5 %
9 No answer 3 0.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 314-314 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

INCOTHER: Income Source: Others


What are your sources of financial support? Choose all items that apply. Other

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 4637 99.4 %


1 Chosen 27 0.6 %
9 No answer 3 0.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 315-315 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

INCNOKN: Income Source: DK


What are your sources of financial support? Choose all items that apply. Don't know

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 4656 99.8 %


1 Chosen 8 0.2 %
9 No answer 3 0.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 316-316 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

INCMAIN: Main Income Source


Which is your main source of income? Circle the largest source of income.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Your own income 1662 35.6 %


2 Spouse or partners income 1157 24.8 %
3 Parents income 296 6.3 %
4 Other family members income 194 4.2 %
5 Pension 1130 24.2 %
6 Unemployment benefits 9 0.2 %
7 Savings 40 0.9 %
8 Social welfare benefits 32 0.7 %
9 Occasional work 3 0.1 %
10 Other 40 0.9 %
11 Don't know 6 0.1 %
12 Rent income 18 0.4 %
99 No answer 80 1.7 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

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• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 317-318 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

OP10LVL: Position in the Society in 10 Level


If we were to divide the contemporary Japanese society into the following ten strata, which would you say you belong to?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 1, Top 24 0.5 %
2 2 52 1.1 %
3 3 246 5.3 %
4 4 424 9.1 %
5 5 1714 36.7 %
6 6 748 16.0 %
7 7 649 13.9 %
8 8 490 10.5 %
9 9 132 2.8 %
10 10, Bottom 152 3.3 %
99 No answer 36 0.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 319-320 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

SIZEHMT: Size of Hometown


Which one of the following best describes the area you currently live? Choose one that applies.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 A big city 204 4.4 %


2 The suburbs or outskirts of a big city 730 15.6 %
3 A town or a small city 2038 43.7 %
4 A country village 1494 32.0 %
5 A farm or home in the country 193 4.1 %
9 No answer 8 0.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

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• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 321-321 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

SZHSINCM: Household Annual Income


Which one of the following best describes your annual household income last year? Please answer the income before deducting
taxes. Include income not only from your jobs, but also from all other sources such as stock shares, pensions, and real estate.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 None 6 0.1 %
2 Less than 700,000 yen 39 0.8 %
3 700,000 yen - 1 million yen 62 1.3 %
4 1 million yen - 1.3 million yen 107 2.3 %
5 1.3 million yen - 1.5 million yen 87 1.9 %
6 1.5 million yen - 2.5 million yen 376 8.1 %
7 2.5 million yen - 3.5 million yen 493 10.6 %
8 3.5 million yen - 4.5 million yen 480 10.3 %
9 4.5 million yen - 5.5 million yen 385 8.2 %
10 5.5 million yen - 6.5 million yen 355 7.6 %
11 6.5 million yen - 7.5 million yen 279 6.0 %
12 7.5 million yen - 8.5 million yen 230 4.9 %
13 8.5 million yen - 10 million yen 235 5.0 %
14 10 million yen - 12 million yen 151 3.2 %
15 12 million yen - 14 million yen 73 1.6 %
16 14 million yen - 16 million yen 30 0.6 %
17 16 million yen - 18.5 million yen 22 0.5 %
18 18.5 million yen - 23 million yen 16 0.3 %
19 23 million yen or over 34 0.7 %
20 Don't want to state the income 430 9.2 %
21 Don't know 735 15.7 %
99 No answer 42 0.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 322-323 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

SZINCOMA: Respondent Annual Income: Overall


How much did you earn last year? Include income from sources other than your jobs.

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1 None 415 8.9 %


2 Less than 700,000 yen 454 9.7 %
3 700,000 yen - 1 million yen 404 8.7 %
4 1 million yen - 1.3 million yen 354 7.6 %
5 1.3 million yen - 1.5 million yen 192 4.1 %
6 1.5 million yen - 2.5 million yen 588 12.6 %
7 2.5 million yen - 3.5 million yen 520 11.1 %
8 3.5 million yen - 4.5 million yen 334 7.2 %
9 4.5 million yen - 5.5 million yen 231 4.9 %
10 5.5 million yen - 6.5 million yen 185 4.0 %
11 6.5 million yen - 7.5 million yen 121 2.6 %
12 7.5 million yen - 8.5 million yen 82 1.8 %
13 8.5 million yen - 10 million yen 68 1.5 %
14 10 million yen - 12 million yen 36 0.8 %
15 12 million yen - 14 million yen 13 0.3 %
16 14 million yen - 16 million yen 5 0.1 %
17 16 million yen - 18.5 million yen 10 0.2 %
18 18.5 million yen - 23 million yen 6 0.1 %
19 23 million yen or over 9 0.2 %
20 Don't want to state the income 405 8.7 %
21 Don't know 96 2.1 %
99 No answer 139 3.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 324-325 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

SZINCOMX: Respondent Annual Income: Main Job


How much did you earn only from your main job last year? (Only for respondents who are working)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 None 20 0.4 %
2 Less than 700,000 yen 265 5.7 %
3 700,000 yen - 1 million yen 247 5.3 %
4 1 million yen - 1.3 million yen 203 4.3 %
5 1.3 million yen - 1.5 million yen 113 2.4 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

6 1.5 million yen - 2.5 million yen 337 7.2 %


7 2.5 million yen - 3.5 million yen 326 7.0 %
8 3.5 million yen - 4.5 million yen 280 6.0 %
9 4.5 million yen - 5.5 million yen 192 4.1 %
10 5.5 million yen - 6.5 million yen 172 3.7 %
11 6.5 million yen - 7.5 million yen 113 2.4 %
12 7.5 million yen - 8.5 million yen 68 1.5 %
13 8.5 million yen - 10 million yen 64 1.4 %
14 10 million yen - 12 million yen 28 0.6 %
15 12 million yen - 14 million yen 9 0.2 %
16 14 million yen - 16 million yen 3 0.1 %
17 16 million yen - 18.5 million yen 9 0.2 %
18 18.5 million yen - 23 million yen 4 0.1 %
19 23 million yen or over 7 0.1 %
20 Don't want to state the income 292 6.3 %
21 Don't know 50 1.1 %
23 Don't work 1774 38.0 %
99 No answer 91 1.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 326-327 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

SSSZINCA: Spouse Annual Income: Overall


How much did your spouse earn last year? Include income from sources other than his/her jobs. (Only for respondents who
currently have a spouse)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 None 354 7.6 %


2 Less than 700,000 yen 263 5.6 %
3 700,000 yen - 1 million yen 250 5.4 %
4 1 million yen - 1.3 million yen 185 4.0 %
5 1.3 million yen - 1.5 million yen 129 2.8 %
6 1.5 million yen - 2.5 million yen 285 6.1 %
7 2.5 million yen - 3.5 million yen 284 6.1 %
8 3.5 million yen - 4.5 million yen 228 4.9 %
9 4.5 million yen - 5.5 million yen 156 3.3 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

10 5.5 million yen - 6.5 million yen 123 2.6 %


11 6.5 million yen - 7.5 million yen 88 1.9 %
12 7.5 million yen - 8.5 million yen 55 1.2 %
13 8.5 million yen - 10 million yen 50 1.1 %
14 10 million yen - 12 million yen 29 0.6 %
15 12 million yen - 14 million yen 8 0.2 %
16 14 million yen - 16 million yen 4 0.1 %
17 16 million yen - 18.5 million yen 5 0.1 %
18 18.5 million yen - 23 million yen 3 0.1 %
19 23 million yen or over 10 0.2 %
20 Don't want to state the income 301 6.4 %
21 Don't know 248 5.3 %
22 Don't have a spouse 1356 29.1 %
99 No answer 253 5.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 328-329 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

SSSZINCM: Spouse Annual Income: Main Job


How much did your spouse earn only from his/her main job last year? (Only for respondents whose spouses are working)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 None 12 0.3 %
2 Less than 700,000 yen 134 2.9 %
3 700,000 yen - 1 million yen 129 2.8 %
4 1 million yen - 1.3 million yen 113 2.4 %
5 1.3 million yen - 1.5 million yen 75 1.6 %
6 1.5 million yen - 2.5 million yen 154 3.3 %
7 2.5 million yen - 3.5 million yen 196 4.2 %
8 3.5 million yen - 4.5 million yen 197 4.2 %
9 4.5 million yen - 5.5 million yen 139 3.0 %
10 5.5 million yen - 6.5 million yen 118 2.5 %
11 6.5 million yen - 7.5 million yen 81 1.7 %
12 7.5 million yen - 8.5 million yen 48 1.0 %
13 8.5 million yen - 10 million yen 46 1.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

14 10 million yen - 12 million yen 27 0.6 %


15 12 million yen - 14 million yen 7 0.1 %
16 14 million yen - 16 million yen 2 0.0 %
17 16 million yen - 18.5 million yen 4 0.1 %
18 18.5 million yen - 23 million yen 3 0.1 %
19 23 million yen or over 6 0.1 %
20 Don't want to state the income 219 4.7 %
21 Don't know 187 4.0 %
22 Don't have a spouse 1356 29.1 %
23 Don't work 1337 28.6 %
99 No answer 77 1.6 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 330-331 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

XNUMBROE: Number of Older Brothers


How many brothers and sisters do you have? Please include those who are deceased. Older brothers

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 2728 58.5 %
1 - 1235 26.5 %
2 - 449 9.6 %
3 - 145 3.1 %
4 - 53 1.1 %
5 - 29 0.6 %
6 - 2 0.0 %
7 - 4 0.1 %
999 No answer 22 0.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 5.34
• Median: 0.00
• Mode: 0.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 68.40

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Location: 332-334 (width: 3; decimal: 0)
Variable Type: numeric

XNUMSISE: Number of Older Sisters


How many brothers and sisters do you have? Please include those who are deceased. Older sisters

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 2638 56.5 %
1 - 1297 27.8 %
2 - 446 9.6 %
3 - 154 3.3 %
4 - 67 1.4 %
5 - 30 0.6 %
6 - 9 0.2 %
7 - 2 0.0 %
8 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 23 0.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 5.60
• Median: 0.00
• Mode: 0.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 69.93

Location: 335-337 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

XNUMBROY: Number of Younger Brothers


How many brothers and sisters do you have? Please include those who are deceased. Younger brothers

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 2786 59.7 %
1 - 1318 28.2 %
2 - 393 8.4 %
3 - 104 2.2 %
4 - 39 0.8 %
5 - 4 0.1 %
6 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 22 0.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 5.27
• Median: 0.00
• Mode: 0.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 68.40

Location: 338-340 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

XNUMSISY: Number of Younger Sisters


How many brothers and sisters do you have? Please include those who are deceased. Younger sisters

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 2795 59.9 %
1 - 1332 28.5 %
2 - 385 8.2 %
3 - 93 2.0 %
4 - 25 0.5 %
5 - 10 0.2 %
6 - 1 0.0 %
7 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 25 0.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 5.90
• Median: 0.00
• Mode: 0.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 72.89

Location: 341-343 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

XSSNBROE: Number of Spouse Older Brothers


How many brothers and sisters does your spouse have? Please include those who are deceased. Older brothers

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 2043 43.8 %
1 - 1050 22.5 %
2 - 329 7.0 %
3 - 120 2.6 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

4 - 44 0.9 %
5 - 13 0.3 %
6 - 10 0.2 %
7 - 3 0.1 %
8 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 78 1.7 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 976 20.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 3,691 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 21.76
• Median: 0.00
• Mode: 0.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 143.61

Location: 344-346 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

XSSNSISE: Number of Spouse Older Sisters


How many brothers and sisters does your spouse have? Please include those who are deceased. Older sisters

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 2069 44.3 %
1 - 1034 22.2 %
2 - 316 6.8 %
3 - 123 2.6 %
4 - 42 0.9 %
5 - 17 0.4 %
6 - 11 0.2 %
7 - 1 0.0 %
8 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 77 1.6 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 976 20.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 3,691 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 21.48

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• Median: 0.00
• Mode: 0.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 142.71

Location: 347-349 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

XSSNBROY: Number of Spouse Younger Brothers


How many brothers and sisters does your spouse have? Please include those who are deceased. Younger brothers

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 2163 46.3 %
1 - 1030 22.1 %
2 - 302 6.5 %
3 - 85 1.8 %
4 - 23 0.5 %
5 - 6 0.1 %
6 - 3 0.1 %
7 - 2 0.0 %
999 No answer 77 1.6 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 976 20.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 3,691 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 21.39
• Median: 0.00
• Mode: 0.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 142.72

Location: 350-352 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

XSSNSISY: Number of Spouse Younger Sisters


How many brothers and sisters does your spouse have? Please include those who are deceased. Younger sisters

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 2200 47.1 %
1 - 1012 21.7 %
2 - 285 6.1 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

3 - 83 1.8 %
4 - 24 0.5 %
5 - 6 0.1 %
6 - 2 0.0 %
7 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 78 1.7 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 976 20.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 3,691 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 21.65
• Median: 0.00
• Mode: 0.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 143.63

Location: 353-355 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

TP5LOC15: Place of Residence at Age 15: Size of Municipality


Which one of the following best describes that area at that time?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Large city 567 12.1 %


2 Small to medium sized city 1813 38.8 %
3 Town 1628 34.9 %
4 Village 649 13.9 %
9 No answer 10 0.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 356-356 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

REMOTE15: Place of Residence at Age 15: Rural or Not


Was it a farming or fishing village?

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1 Yes 1747 37.4 %


2 No 2905 62.2 %
9 No answer 15 0.3 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 357-357 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

PPJB15: Employment Relationship of Father at Age 15


Which one of the categories best describes your father's job when you were about 15 years old?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Employee 2351 50.4 %


2 Executive of a company or a corporation 153 3.3 %
3 Self-employed 1693 36.3 %
4 Family worker 51 1.1 %
5 Doing piece work at home 1 0.0 %
6 He was not working 60 1.3 %
7 I didn't have a father at that time 317 6.8 %
8 Don't know 31 0.7 %
99 No answer 10 0.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 358-359 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

PPJBT15S: Employment Status of Father at Age 15


Which of the following best describes his employment status?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Regular employee 2269 48.6 %


2 Part-time temporary worker 25 0.5 %
3 Dispatched worker from temporary personnel agency 3 0.1 %
4 Contract employee 10 0.2 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

5 Non-regular employee (Shokutaku) 8 0.2 %


6 Don't know 26 0.6 %
9 No answer 10 0.2 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2316 49.6 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,351 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 360-360 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

PPJBT15P: Job Title of Father at Age 15


Which of the following post was he appointed?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 No managerial post 776 16.6 %


2 Group leader, Foreman 134 2.9 %
3 Sub-section Head 178 3.8 %
4 Section Head, Manager 280 6.0 %
5 Department Head, General Manager 126 2.7 %
6 Other managerial post 7 0.1 %
7 Don't know 626 13.4 %
9 No answer 142 3.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2398 51.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,269 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 361-361 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

PPJBXX15: Occupation of Father at Age 15


What kind of job did your father do? Please give details. (e.g., elementary school teacher, cram-school teacher, farmer, bus driver,
automobile mechanic, supermarket cashier, accounting clerk at a bank, computer programmer, clerical staff member for a sales
department, on-the-road sales person of cosmetics, etc.).

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

501 researchers in natural science 1 0.0 %


502 researchers in humanities 0 0.0 %
503 mechanical, electrical and chemical engineers 30 0.6 %
504 architectural and civil engineers 29 0.6 %
505 agricultural and forestry engineers 7 0.1 %
506 information technology engineers 6 0.1 %
507 other engineers and technicians 2 0.0 %
508 medical doctors (physicians) 14 0.3 %
509 dentists 4 0.1 %
510 pharmacists 4 0.1 %
511 midwives 0 0.0 %
512 public health nurses 0 0.0 %
513 dieticians 0 0.0 %
514 nurses 2 0.0 %
515 masseurs, acupuncturists, moxibustionists, chiropractors 8 0.2 %
516 other health care professionals 7 0.1 %
517 judges, public prosecutors, lawyers 3 0.1 %
518 other legal professionals 2 0.0 %
519 certified public accountants, tax accountants 4 0.1 %
520 kindergarten teachers 0 0.0 %
521 elementary school teachers 16 0.3 %
522 junior high school teachers 26 0.6 %
523 high school teachers 12 0.3 %
524 university professors 8 0.2 %
525 teachers for the blind, the deaf, and/or the handicapped 0 0.0 %
526 other educational professionals 2 0.0 %
527 religious professionals 11 0.2 %
528 authors and writers 2 0.0 %
529 journalists/reporters, editors 2 0.0 %
530 sculptors, artistic painters, industrial artists 5 0.1 %
531 designers 4 0.1 %
532 photographers 3 0.1 %
533 musicians (excluding private music instructors) 0 0.0 %
534 actors, dancers (excluding private instructors) 2 0.0 %
535 professional athletes (excluding private sports instructors) 1 0.0 %
536 veterinarians 0 0.0 %
537 nursery school teachers 0 0.0 %
538 social welfare service professionals 2 0.0 %
539 private instructors 4 0.1 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

540 real estate appraisers 0 0.0 %


541 business management consultants 1 0.0 %
542 radio and television announcers 0 0.0 %
543 librarians 0 0.0 %
544 other professional/technical occupations 3 0.1 %
545 senior government officials 58 1.2 %
546 Diet members 0 0.0 %
547 local parliament members 7 0.1 %
548 chief executives 60 1.3 %
549 senior officials of special-interest organizations 1 0.0 %
550 managers in companies/organizations 124 2.7 %
Missing Data
998 Not applicable 377 8.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 4,290 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 501.00
• Maximum: 999.00

Location: 362-364 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 998

PPJBSZ15: Corporation Size of Father at Age 15


How many people worked in the entire corporation or organization where your father worked? Please make sure to include family
workers, non-regular employees, and himself.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 1 434 9.3 %
2 Small company (2-29 employees) 1611 34.5 %
3 Medium-sized company (30-299 employees) 549 11.8 %
4 Large company (300-999 employees) 185 4.0 %
5 Major company (1000 or more employees 456 9.8 %
6 Government agency 497 10.6 %
7 Don't know 461 9.9 %
9 No answer 97 2.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 377 8.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Based upon 4,290 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 365-365 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

MMJBTP15: Mother Work at Age 15


When you were about 15 years old, did your mother have any paying job? If so, what did she do? Please choose from below.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 She was not working. 1461 31.3 %


2 Temporary worker, Daily worker, Part-time temporary worker 858 18.4 %
3 Regular employee - non-management 448 9.6 %
4 Regular employee - managerial position 18 0.4 %
5 Regular employee - professional (nurse, teacher, etc.) 90 1.9 %
6 Regular employee - don't know about occupation 23 0.5 %
7 Self-employed/family worker - agriculture 1257 26.9 %
8 Self-employed/family worker - other than agriculture 194 4.2 %
9 Doing piecework at home 103 2.2 %
10 Executive of a company or a corporation 23 0.5 %
11 I didn't have a mother at that time. 110 2.4 %
12 Don't know 61 1.3 %
99 No answer 21 0.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 366-367 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

XXLSTSCH: Last School Respondent Attended


What is the last school you attended (or are attending now)? Also, answer about your spouse and parents, as far as you know.
Consider "dropout" as "graduated." Respondent

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Ordinary elementary school in the old system 71 1.5 %


2 Higher elementary school in the old system 77 1.6 %
3 Junior high school/Girls' high school in the old system 99 2.1 %
4 Vocational school/Commerce school in the old system 15 0.3 %
5 Normal school in the old system 2 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

6 Higher school or vocational school in the old system 28 0.6 %


7 University/Graduate school in the old system 3 0.1 %
8 Junior high school 562 12.0 %
9 High school 2042 43.8 %
10 College of technology 209 4.5 %
11 2-year college 456 9.8 %
12 University 995 21.3 %
13 Graduate school 87 1.9 %
14 Don't know 3 0.1 %
99 No answer 18 0.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 368-369 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

SSLSTSCH: Last School Spouse Attended


What is the last school you attended (or are attending now)? Also, answer about your spouse and parents, as far as you know.
Consider "dropout" as "graduated." Spouse

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Ordinary elementary school in the old system 58 1.2 %


2 Higher elementary school in the old system 66 1.4 %
3 Junior high school/Girls' high school in the old system 82 1.8 %
4 Vocational school/Commerce school in the old system 12 0.3 %
5 Normal school in the old system 6 0.1 %
6 Higher school or vocational school in the old system 23 0.5 %
7 University/Graduate school in the old system 22 0.5 %
8 Junior high school 448 9.6 %
9 High school 1626 34.8 %
10 College of technology 184 3.9 %
11 2-year college 279 6.0 %
12 University 733 15.7 %
13 Graduate school 69 1.5 %
14 Don't know 34 0.7 %
15 Never-married/Divorced 980 21.0 %
99 No answer 45 1.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 370-371 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

PPLSTSCH: Last School Father Attended


What is the last school you attended (or are attending now)? Also, answer about your spouse and parents, as far as you know.
Consider "dropout" as "graduated." Father

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Ordinary elementary school in the old system 775 16.6 %


2 Higher elementary school in the old system 424 9.1 %
3 Junior high school/Girls' high school in the old system 384 8.2 %
4 Vocational school/Commerce school in the old system 58 1.2 %
5 Normal school in the old system 24 0.5 %
6 Higher school or vocational school in the old system 124 2.7 %
7 University/Graduate school in the old system 135 2.9 %
8 Junior high school 380 8.1 %
9 High school 772 16.5 %
10 College of technology 60 1.3 %
11 2-year college 20 0.4 %
12 University 428 9.2 %
13 Graduate school 17 0.4 %
14 Don't know 891 19.1 %
99 No answer 175 3.7 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 372-373 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

MMLSTSCH: Last School Mother Attended


What is the last school you attended (or are attending now)? Also, answer about your spouse and parents, as far as you know.
Consider "dropout" as "graduated." Mother

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Ordinary elementary school in the old system 776 16.6 %


2 Higher elementary school in the old system 422 9.0 %
3 Junior high school/Girls' high school in the old system 593 12.7 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

4 Vocational school/Commerce school in the old system 8 0.2 %


5 Normal school in the old system 32 0.7 %
6 Higher school or vocational school in the old system 105 2.2 %
7 University/Graduate school in the old system 17 0.4 %
8 Junior high school 367 7.9 %
9 High school 955 20.5 %
10 College of technology 65 1.4 %
11 2-year college 174 3.7 %
12 University 142 3.0 %
13 Graduate school 7 0.1 %
14 Don't know 844 18.1 %
99 No answer 160 3.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 374-375 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

DOLSTSCH: Completion of the Last School


Did you graduate from the school you attended last? Did you quit school? Are you still a student?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Graduated 4477 95.9 %


2 Quit 111 2.4 %
3 Still a student 71 1.5 %
9 No answer 8 0.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 376-376 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

AGEGRD: Age at Graduation from the Last School


Please specify age at graduation. - Respondent

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

6 - 1 0.0 %
8 - 1 0.0 %
10 - 1 0.0 %
12 - 19 0.4 %
13 - 22 0.5 %
14 - 45 1.0 %
15 - 485 10.4 %
16 - 47 1.0 %
17 - 51 1.1 %
18 - 1826 39.1 %
19 - 66 1.4 %
20 - 442 9.5 %
21 - 84 1.8 %
22 - 643 13.8 %
23 - 146 3.1 %
24 - 87 1.9 %
25 - 22 0.5 %
26 - 11 0.2 %
27 - 7 0.1 %
28 - 5 0.1 %
29 - 2 0.0 %
30 - 6 0.1 %
32 - 1 0.0 %
33 - 1 0.0 %
34 - 2 0.0 %
35 - 4 0.1 %
36 - 1 0.0 %
37 - 1 0.0 %
40 - 1 0.0 %
41 - 1 0.0 %
45 - 1 0.0 %
46 - 2 0.0 %
47 - 2 0.0 %
48 - 1 0.0 %
50 - 1 0.0 %
51 - 1 0.0 %
55 - 1 0.0 %
56 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 436 9.3 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

Missing Data
888 Not applicable 190 4.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,477 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 114.42
• Median: 18.00
• Mode: 18.00
• Minimum: 6.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 290.61

Location: 377-379 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

AGEDRP: Age at Dropout from the Last School


Please specify age at dropout. - Respondent

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

12 - 1 0.0 %
13 - 3 0.1 %
14 - 5 0.1 %
15 - 5 0.1 %
16 - 20 0.4 %
17 - 35 0.7 %
18 - 4 0.1 %
19 - 9 0.2 %
20 - 12 0.3 %
21 - 10 0.2 %
22 - 1 0.0 %
23 - 1 0.0 %
24 - 2 0.0 %
25 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 2 0.0 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4556 97.6 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 111 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 35.32
• Median: 17.00

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• Mode: 17.00
• Minimum: 12.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 131.15

Location: 380-382 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

XGRADE: School Year


Did you graduate from the school you attended last? Did you quit school? Are you still a student? Still a student (Please specify
grade)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 - 5 0.1 %
2 - 20 0.4 %
3 - 22 0.5 %
4 - 21 0.4 %
6 - 2 0.0 %
99 No answer 1 0.0 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 4596 98.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 71 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 4.31
• Median: 3.00
• Mode: 3.00
• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00
• Standard Deviation: 11.45

Location: 383-384 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

XSPSCH: Have Attended Special School


Have you ever attended a vocational or specialty school? (Do not include vocational schools in the old system or colleges of
technology in the new system).

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 773 16.6 %


2 No 3850 82.5 %
9 No answer 44 0.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

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• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 385-385 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

SSDOLSTS: Completion of the Last School (Spouse)


Only for respondents who answered spouse's educational level for Q46 Did your spouse graduate from the school he/she attended
last? Did he/she quit school? Is he/she still a student?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Graduated 3513 75.3 %


2 Quit 69 1.5 %
3 Still a student 1 0.0 %
9 No answer 25 0.5 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 1059 22.7 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 3,608 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 386-386 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

SSAGEGRD: Age at Graduation from the Last School (Spouse)


Please specify age at graduation. - Spouse

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

6 - 1 0.0 %
8 - 1 0.0 %
10 - 1 0.0 %
11 - 1 0.0 %
12 - 17 0.4 %
13 - 15 0.3 %
14 - 36 0.8 %
15 - 409 8.8 %
16 - 24 0.5 %
17 - 28 0.6 %
18 - 1501 32.2 %
19 - 34 0.7 %
20 - 324 6.9 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

21 - 30 0.6 %
22 - 501 10.7 %
23 - 118 2.5 %
24 - 60 1.3 %
25 - 24 0.5 %
26 - 10 0.2 %
27 - 4 0.1 %
28 - 2 0.0 %
29 - 1 0.0 %
30 - 2 0.0 %
31 - 1 0.0 %
32 - 1 0.0 %
40 - 1 0.0 %
42 - 2 0.0 %
43 - 1 0.0 %
45 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 362 7.8 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 1154 24.7 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 3,513 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 119.81
• Median: 18.00
• Mode: 18.00
• Minimum: 6.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 298.05

Location: 387-389 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

SSAGEDRP: Age at Dropout from the Last School (Spouse)


Please specify age at dropout. - Spouse

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

14 - 2 0.0 %
15 - 2 0.0 %
16 - 9 0.2 %
17 - 18 0.4 %
18 - 5 0.1 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

19 - 8 0.2 %
20 - 14 0.3 %
21 - 3 0.1 %
22 - 1 0.0 %
23 - 2 0.0 %
24 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 4 0.1 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4598 98.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 69 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 75.09
• Median: 18.00
• Mode: 17.00
• Minimum: 14.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 230.88

Location: 390-392 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

SSXGRADE: School Year (Spouse)


Only for respondents who answered spouse's educational level for Q46 Did your spouse graduate from the school he/she attended
last? Did he/she quit school? Is he/she still a student? Still a student (Please specify grade)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

2 - 1 0.0 %
99 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 4666 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 2.00
• Median: 2.00
• Mode: 2.00
• Minimum: 2.00
• Maximum: 2.00
• Standard Deviation: 0.00

Location: 393-394 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

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PSPSCH: Have Attended Special School (Spouse)
Only for respondents who answered spouse's educational level for Q46 Has your spouse ever attended a vocational or specialty
school? (Do not include vocational schools in the old system or colleges of technology in the new system).

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 413 8.8 %


2 No 3134 67.2 %
9 No answer 61 1.3 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 1059 22.7 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 3,608 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 395-395 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

XGETJOB: Time of Getting the First Job


Did you start working immediately after finishing school?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes (within three months) 3976 85.2 %


2 Started more than three months after finishing school 472 10.1 %
3 Never worked after finishing school 126 2.7 %
9 No answer 93 2.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 396-396 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

TP1STJB: Employment Relationship of the First Job


Which one of the categories best describes your first job?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Employee 4117 88.2 %


2 Executive of a company or a corporation 7 0.1 %
3 Self-employed 101 2.2 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

4 Family worker 211 4.5 %


5 Doing piece work at home 7 0.1 %
6 Don't know 8 0.2 %
9 No answer 9 0.2 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 207 4.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,460 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 397-397 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

TP1STJBS: Employment Status of the First Job


Which of the following best describes your employment status?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Regular employee 3702 79.3 %


2 Part-time temporary worker 262 5.6 %
3 Dispatched worker from temporary personnel agency 19 0.4 %
4 Contract employee 64 1.4 %
5 Non-regular employee (Shokutaku) 11 0.2 %
6 Don't know 38 0.8 %
9 No answer 21 0.4 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 550 11.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,117 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 398-398 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

TPFSTJBP: Job Title of First Job


To which of the following posts were you appointed?

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1 No managerial post 3368 72.2 %


2 Group leader, Foreman 17 0.4 %
3 Sub-section Head 9 0.2 %
4 Section Head, Manager 14 0.3 %
5 Department Head, General Manager 3 0.1 %
6 Other managerial post 4 0.1 %
7 Don't know 6 0.1 %
9 No answer 281 6.0 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 965 20.7 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 3,702 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 399-399 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

XXFSTJB: Occupation of the First Job


What kind of job did you do at your first workplace? Please give details. (e.g., elementary-school teacher, cram-school teacher,
farmer, bus driver, automobile mechanic, supermarket cashier, accounting clerk at a bank, computer programmer, clerical staff
member for a sales department, on-the-road salesperson of cosmetics, etc.).

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

501 researchers in natural science 5 0.1 %


502 researchers in humanities 1 0.0 %
503 mechanical, electrical and chemical engineers 77 1.6 %
504 architectural and civil engineers 27 0.6 %
505 agricultural and forestry engineers 4 0.1 %
506 information technology engineers 50 1.1 %
507 other engineers and technicians 4 0.1 %
508 medical doctors (physicians) 9 0.2 %
509 dentists 5 0.1 %
510 pharmacists 13 0.3 %
511 midwives 0 0.0 %
512 public health nurses 4 0.1 %
513 dieticians 17 0.4 %
514 nurses 92 2.0 %
515 masseurs, acupuncturists, moxibustionists, chiropractors 4 0.1 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

516 other health care professionals 67 1.4 %


517 judges, public prosecutors, lawyers 2 0.0 %
518 other legal professionals 1 0.0 %
519 certified public accountants, tax accountants 0 0.0 %
520 kindergarten teachers 24 0.5 %
521 elementary school teachers 42 0.9 %
522 junior high school teachers 21 0.4 %
523 high school teachers 21 0.4 %
524 university professors 6 0.1 %
525 teachers for the blind, the deaf, and/or the handicapped 3 0.1 %
526 other educational professionals 6 0.1 %
527 religious professionals 2 0.0 %
528 authors and writers 1 0.0 %
529 journalists/reporters, editors 8 0.2 %
530 sculptors, artistic painters, industrial artists 2 0.0 %
531 designers 13 0.3 %
532 photographers 5 0.1 %
533 musicians (excluding private music instructors) 1 0.0 %
534 actors, dancers (excluding private instructors) 1 0.0 %
535 professional athletes (excluding private sports instructors) 4 0.1 %
536 veterinarians 2 0.0 %
537 nursery school teachers 64 1.4 %
538 social welfare service professionals 5 0.1 %
539 private instructors 32 0.7 %
540 real estate appraisers 0 0.0 %
541 business management consultants 0 0.0 %
542 radio and television announcers 1 0.0 %
543 librarians 2 0.0 %
544 other professional/technical occupations 5 0.1 %
545 senior government officials 4 0.1 %
546 Diet members 0 0.0 %
547 local parliament members 0 0.0 %
548 chief executives 0 0.0 %
549 senior officials of special-interest organizations 0 0.0 %
550 managers in companies/organizations 5 0.1 %
Missing Data
998 Not applicable 207 4.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 4,460 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 501.00
• Maximum: 999.00

Location: 400-402 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 998

SZSTFFST: Corporation Size of the First Job


How many people worked in the entire corporation or organization where you worked? Please answer the entire number of people
in the corporation or organization. Also, please make sure to include all the working people such as family workers, non-regular
employees, and yourself.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 1 39 0.8 %
2 2-4 421 9.0 %
3 5-9 280 6.0 %
4 10-29 506 10.8 %
5 30-99 589 12.6 %
6 100-299 560 12.0 %
7 300-499 239 5.1 %
8 500-999 217 4.6 %
9 1,000-1,999 317 6.8 %
10 2,000-9,999 308 6.6 %
11 10,000 or over 256 5.5 %
12 Government agency 378 8.1 %
13 Don't know 326 7.0 %
99 No answer 24 0.5 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 207 4.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,460 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 403-404 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

XMARRY: Marital Status - Ever Been Married


Have you ever got married? If so, how many times have you got married?

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1 I have married. 3942 84.5 %


2 I have never married. 724 15.5 %
9 No answer 1 0.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 405-405 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

NUMMARRY: Number of Marriage


I have married [blank] times.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 - 3779 81.0 %
2 - 148 3.2 %
3 - 11 0.2 %
99 No answer 4 0.1 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 725 15.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 3,942 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 1.14
• Median: 1.00
• Mode: 1.00
• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00
• Standard Deviation: 3.13

Location: 406-407 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

AGE1MG: Age at First Marriage


How old were you when you got married? If you have married plural times, please answer for each. - First Marriage

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

16 - 1 0.0 %
17 - 3 0.1 %
18 - 29 0.6 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

19 - 71 1.5 %
20 - 150 3.2 %
21 - 167 3.6 %
22 - 254 5.4 %
23 - 440 9.4 %
24 - 414 8.9 %
25 - 435 9.3 %
26 - 400 8.6 %
27 - 343 7.3 %
28 - 315 6.7 %
29 - 219 4.7 %
30 - 234 5.0 %
31 - 83 1.8 %
32 - 89 1.9 %
33 - 57 1.2 %
34 - 37 0.8 %
35 - 44 0.9 %
36 - 28 0.6 %
37 - 17 0.4 %
38 - 19 0.4 %
39 - 14 0.3 %
40 - 10 0.2 %
41 - 3 0.1 %
42 - 7 0.1 %
43 - 3 0.1 %
44 - 1 0.0 %
45 - 2 0.0 %
46 - 2 0.0 %
47 - 1 0.0 %
48 - 3 0.1 %
49 - 1 0.0 %
50 - 1 0.0 %
53 - 1 0.0 %
55 - 1 0.0 %
60 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 38 0.8 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 729 15.6 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Based upon 3,938 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 35.40
• Median: 26.00
• Mode: 23.00
• Minimum: 16.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 95.22

Location: 408-410 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

AGE2MG: Age of Marriage: Second Time


How old were you when you got married? If you have married plural times, please answer for each. - Second Marriage

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

21 - 1 0.0 %
22 - 3 0.1 %
23 - 4 0.1 %
24 - 3 0.1 %
25 - 2 0.0 %
26 - 1 0.0 %
27 - 3 0.1 %
28 - 7 0.1 %
29 - 4 0.1 %
30 - 12 0.3 %
31 - 4 0.1 %
32 - 11 0.2 %
33 - 11 0.2 %
34 - 4 0.1 %
35 - 15 0.3 %
36 - 2 0.0 %
37 - 4 0.1 %
38 - 7 0.1 %
39 - 10 0.2 %
40 - 4 0.1 %
41 - 2 0.0 %
42 - 5 0.1 %
43 - 4 0.1 %
45 - 5 0.1 %
46 - 2 0.0 %
47 - 1 0.0 %
48 - 1 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

49 - 3 0.1 %
50 - 2 0.0 %
51 - 4 0.1 %
52 - 2 0.0 %
53 - 2 0.0 %
55 - 2 0.0 %
60 - 1 0.0 %
61 - 2 0.0 %
63 - 1 0.0 %
64 - 1 0.0 %
70 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 6 0.1 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4508 96.6 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 159 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 73.18
• Median: 35.00
• Mode: 35.00
• Minimum: 21.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 184.15

Location: 411-413 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

AGE3MG: Age of Marriage: Third Time


How old were you when you got married? If you have married plural times, please answer for each. - Third Marriage

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

30 - 2 0.0 %
35 - 1 0.0 %
36 - 1 0.0 %
38 - 1 0.0 %
50 - 2 0.0 %
54 - 2 0.0 %
56 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 1 0.0 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4656 99.8 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 11 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 130.18
• Median: 50.00
• Minimum: 30.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 288.33

Location: 414-416 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

AGE4MG: Age of Marriage: Fourth Time


How old were you when you got married? If you have married plural times, please answer for each. - Fourth Marriage

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

999 No answer 0 0.0 %


Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4667 100.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 0 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

Location: 417-419 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

XDIV: Experience of Divorce


Have you ever divorced?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 374 8.0 %


2 No 3564 76.4 %
3 Dont know 0 0.0 %
9 No answer 4 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 725 15.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 3,942 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 420-420 (width: 1; decimal: 0)

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Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FQXDIV: Number of Divorces


(If yes) How many times have you divorced?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 - 344 7.4 %
2 - 28 0.6 %
3 - 2 0.0 %
99 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 4293 92.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 374 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 1.09
• Median: 1.00
• Mode: 1.00
• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 3.00
• Standard Deviation: 0.30

Location: 421-422 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

AGE1DIV: Age at First Divorce


How old were you when you divorced? If you divorced multiple times, please answer for each time. - First Divorce

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

19 - 1 0.0 %
20 - 4 0.1 %
21 - 9 0.2 %
22 - 1 0.0 %
23 - 4 0.1 %
24 - 9 0.2 %
25 - 17 0.4 %
26 - 5 0.1 %
27 - 16 0.3 %
28 - 25 0.5 %
29 - 13 0.3 %
30 - 25 0.5 %
31 - 14 0.3 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

32 - 19 0.4 %
33 - 15 0.3 %
34 - 14 0.3 %
35 - 12 0.3 %
36 - 9 0.2 %
37 - 15 0.3 %
38 - 13 0.3 %
39 - 4 0.1 %
40 - 20 0.4 %
41 - 7 0.1 %
42 - 14 0.3 %
43 - 9 0.2 %
44 - 3 0.1 %
45 - 7 0.1 %
46 - 4 0.1 %
47 - 5 0.1 %
48 - 7 0.1 %
49 - 2 0.0 %
50 - 10 0.2 %
51 - 2 0.0 %
52 - 2 0.0 %
53 - 4 0.1 %
54 - 2 0.0 %
55 - 7 0.1 %
56 - 5 0.1 %
58 - 4 0.1 %
59 - 1 0.0 %
60 - 3 0.1 %
63 - 2 0.0 %
65 - 3 0.1 %
999 No answer 7 0.1 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4293 92.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 374 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 54.10
• Median: 34.00
• Minimum: 19.00

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• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 131.04

Location: 423-425 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

AGE2DIV: Age at Second Divorce


How old were you when you divorced? If you divorced multiple times, please answer for each time. - Second Divorce

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

28 - 2 0.0 %
30 - 3 0.1 %
32 - 3 0.1 %
33 - 1 0.0 %
35 - 1 0.0 %
36 - 2 0.0 %
37 - 1 0.0 %
38 - 3 0.1 %
43 - 1 0.0 %
45 - 1 0.0 %
46 - 1 0.0 %
47 - 3 0.1 %
50 - 2 0.0 %
53 - 3 0.1 %
56 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 2 0.0 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4637 99.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 30 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 104.03
• Median: 38.00
• Minimum: 28.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 243.43

Location: 426-428 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

AGE3DIV: Age at Third Divorce


How old were you when you divorced? If you divorced multiple times, please answer for each time. - Third Divorce

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

59 - 1 0.0 %
888 Not applicable 4665 100.0 %
999 No answer 1 0.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 59.00
• Maximum: 999.00

Location: 429-431 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

XWIDOW: Experience of Widowhood


Have you ever been widowed?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 394 8.4 %


2 No 3542 75.9 %
3 Dont know 0 0.0 %
9 No answer 6 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 725 15.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 3,942 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 432-432 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FQWDW: Number of Widowhood


(If yes) How many times have you been widowed?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 - 388 8.3 %
2 - 6 0.1 %
99 No answer 0 0.0 %
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 4273 91.6 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Based upon 394 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 1.02
• Median: 1.00
• Mode: 1.00
• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 2.00
• Standard Deviation: 0.12

Location: 433-434 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 88

AGE1WDW: Age at First Widowed


How old were you when your spouse died? If you widowed multiple times, please answer for each time. - First Spouse

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

21 - 1 0.0 %
23 - 2 0.0 %
25 - 2 0.0 %
26 - 2 0.0 %
28 - 1 0.0 %
29 - 3 0.1 %
30 - 2 0.0 %
31 - 1 0.0 %
32 - 3 0.1 %
33 - 1 0.0 %
35 - 3 0.1 %
36 - 5 0.1 %
37 - 3 0.1 %
38 - 2 0.0 %
39 - 3 0.1 %
40 - 5 0.1 %
41 - 2 0.0 %
42 - 13 0.3 %
43 - 2 0.0 %
44 - 3 0.1 %
45 - 3 0.1 %
46 - 5 0.1 %
47 - 7 0.1 %
48 - 7 0.1 %
49 - 3 0.1 %
50 - 10 0.2 %
51 - 2 0.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

52 - 6 0.1 %
53 - 6 0.1 %
54 - 5 0.1 %
55 - 9 0.2 %
56 - 11 0.2 %
57 - 4 0.1 %
58 - 8 0.2 %
59 - 16 0.3 %
60 - 11 0.2 %
61 - 6 0.1 %
62 - 9 0.2 %
63 - 12 0.3 %
64 - 6 0.1 %
65 - 6 0.1 %
66 - 9 0.2 %
67 - 11 0.2 %
68 - 9 0.2 %
69 - 9 0.2 %
70 - 12 0.3 %
71 - 11 0.2 %
72 - 7 0.1 %
73 - 8 0.2 %
74 - 8 0.2 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4273 91.6 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 394 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 178.57
• Median: 63.00
• Mode: 999.00
• Minimum: 21.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 313.46

Location: 435-437 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

AGE2WDW: Age at Second Widowhood

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How old were you when your spouse died? If you widowed multiple times, please answer for each time. - Second Spouse

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

47 - 1 0.0 %
57 - 1 0.0 %
68 - 1 0.0 %
72 - 1 0.0 %
80 - 1 0.0 %
999 No answer 1 0.0 %
Missing Data
888 Not applicable 4661 99.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 6 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 220.50
• Median: 70.00
• Minimum: 47.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 381.56

Location: 438-440 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 888

XQTJBMRG: Quitting Job due to Marriage or Childbirth: Marriage


Have you ever quitted paying job due to marriage or childbirth? Choose all that apply. - I have quitted my job due to marriage.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 2909 62.3 %


1 Chosen 837 17.9 %
9 No answer 196 4.2 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 725 15.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 3,942 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 441-441 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

XQTJBBTH: Quitting Job due to Marriage or Childbirth: Childbirth


Have you ever quitted paying job due to marriage or childbirth? Choose all that apply. - I have quitted my job due to childbirth.

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

0 Not chosen 3190 68.4 %


1 Chosen 556 11.9 %
9 No answer 196 4.2 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 725 15.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 3,942 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 442-442 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

XQTJBNO: Quitting Job due to Marriage or Childbirth: None


Have you ever quitted paying job due to marriage or childbirth? Choose all that apply. - I do not have such experience /I have never
worked.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 1327 28.4 %


1 Chosen 2419 51.8 %
9 No answer 196 4.2 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 725 15.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 3,942 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 443-443 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

COOP: Respondent Cooperation


Was the respondent cooperative?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Very cooperative 2975 63.7 %


2 Rather cooperative 1406 30.1 %
3 Rather uncooperative 251 5.4 %
4 Not cooperative at all 10 0.2 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

9 No answer 25 0.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 444-444 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

USTAND: Respondent Understanding


Did the respondent understand these questions well?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Very well 2951 63.2 %


2 Relatively well 1547 33.1 %
3 Had a little difficulty 130 2.8 %
4 Didn't understand at all 4 0.1 %
9 No answer 35 0.7 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 445-445 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

AREA: Type of Residential Area


What is the residential area of the respondent?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Area where a number of factories are located 58 1.2 %


2 Area where a number of stores and offices are located 502 10.8 %
3 Old residential area from the pre-war period 1426 30.6 %
4 New residential area after the war 1777 38.1 %
5 Farming/fishing village 801 17.2 %
6 Other 0 0.0 %
9 No answer 103 2.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

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• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 446-446 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

TPHOUSE: Type of Residence: Detached


Is your place of residence a detached house or part of a housing complex?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Detached 3600 77.1 %


2 Housing complex 1031 22.1 %
9 No answer 36 0.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 447-447 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

AUTOLOCK: Automatically Lockable Entrance


Does the entrance of the Housing complex lock automatically?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 228 4.9 %


2 No 764 16.4 %
9 No Answer 39 0.8 %
Missing Data
8 Not Applicable 3636 77.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,031 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 448-448 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

PROC: Order of Questionnaire Administration


Which did you proceed first, an interview or a self-administered questionnaire?

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1 Intervew was first 3965 85.0 %


2 Self-administered was first 618 13.2 %
9 No answer 84 1.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 449-449 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

DURATION: Duration of Interview


Do not forget to record interview time and duration of interview.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

5 - 1 0.0 %
7 - 1 0.0 %
8 - 4 0.1 %
9 - 8 0.2 %
10 - 84 1.8 %
11 - 22 0.5 %
12 - 47 1.0 %
13 - 48 1.0 %
14 - 37 0.8 %
15 - 497 10.6 %
16 - 80 1.7 %
17 - 109 2.3 %
18 - 168 3.6 %
19 - 66 1.4 %
20 - 1100 23.6 %
21 - 85 1.8 %
22 - 101 2.2 %
23 - 85 1.8 %
24 - 47 1.0 %
25 - 653 14.0 %
26 - 32 0.7 %
27 - 47 1.0 %
28 - 65 1.4 %
29 - 32 0.7 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

30 - 682 14.6 %
31 - 20 0.4 %
32 - 25 0.5 %
33 - 15 0.3 %
34 - 10 0.2 %
35 - 148 3.2 %
36 - 6 0.1 %
37 - 7 0.1 %
38 - 8 0.2 %
39 - 3 0.1 %
40 - 129 2.8 %
41 - 3 0.1 %
42 - 3 0.1 %
44 - 4 0.1 %
45 - 29 0.6 %
46 - 1 0.0 %
47 - 2 0.0 %
48 - 1 0.0 %
50 - 33 0.7 %
51 - 1 0.0 %
54 - 2 0.0 %
55 - 9 0.2 %
56 - 2 0.0 %
58 - 1 0.0 %
60 - 19 0.4 %
63 - 1 0.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 38.27
• Median: 21.00
• Mode: 20.00
• Minimum: 5.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 118.86

Location: 450-452 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

DATE: Date of Interview

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Interview date

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

224 - 96 2.1 %
225 - 217 4.6 %
226 - 337 7.2 %
227 - 61 1.3 %
228 - 63 1.3 %
229 - 70 1.5 %
301 - 63 1.3 %
302 - 44 0.9 %
303 - 217 4.6 %
304 - 231 4.9 %
305 - 52 1.1 %
306 - 56 1.2 %
307 - 56 1.2 %
308 - 49 1.0 %
309 - 35 0.7 %
310 - 143 3.1 %
311 - 224 4.8 %
312 - 42 0.9 %
313 - 37 0.8 %
314 - 72 1.5 %
315 - 39 0.8 %
316 - 70 1.5 %
317 - 175 3.7 %
318 - 249 5.3 %
319 - 72 1.5 %
320 - 165 3.5 %
321 - 64 1.4 %
322 - 80 1.7 %
323 - 45 1.0 %
324 - 181 3.9 %
325 - 218 4.7 %
326 - 62 1.3 %
327 - 37 0.8 %
328 - 33 0.7 %
329 - 36 0.8 %
330 - 40 0.9 %
331 - 96 2.1 %
401 - 199 4.3 %

- 194 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

402 - 43 0.9 %
403 - 26 0.6 %
404 - 52 1.1 %
405 - 36 0.8 %
406 - 26 0.6 %
407 - 97 2.1 %
408 - 136 2.9 %
409 - 29 0.6 %
410 - 23 0.5 %
411 - 26 0.6 %
412 - 17 0.4 %
413 - 20 0.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 315.66
• Median: 317.00
• Mode: 226.00
• Minimum: 224.00
• Maximum: 422.00
• Standard Deviation: 54.79

Location: 453-456 (width: 4; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

MONTH: Date of Interview: Month


Interview month

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

2 - 844 18.1 %
3 - 2983 63.9 %
4 - 840 18.0 %
99 No answer 0 0.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 3.00
• Median: 3.00
• Mode: 3.00
• Minimum: 2.00

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• Maximum: 4.00
• Standard Deviation: 0.60

Location: 457-458 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

DAY: Date of Interview: Day


Interview day

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 - 262 5.6 %
2 - 87 1.9 %
3 - 243 5.2 %
4 - 283 6.1 %
5 - 88 1.9 %
6 - 82 1.8 %
7 - 153 3.3 %
8 - 185 4.0 %
9 - 64 1.4 %
10 - 166 3.6 %
11 - 250 5.4 %
12 - 59 1.3 %
13 - 57 1.2 %
14 - 104 2.2 %
15 - 77 1.6 %
16 - 76 1.6 %
17 - 176 3.8 %
18 - 257 5.5 %
19 - 75 1.6 %
20 - 169 3.6 %
21 - 72 1.5 %
22 - 90 1.9 %
23 - 45 1.0 %
24 - 277 5.9 %
25 - 435 9.3 %
26 - 399 8.5 %
27 - 98 2.1 %
28 - 96 2.1 %
29 - 106 2.3 %
30 - 40 0.9 %
31 - 96 2.1 %
99 No answer 0 0.0 %

- 196 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 15.74
• Median: 17.00
• Mode: 25.00
• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 31.00
• Standard Deviation: 9.21

Location: 459-460 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

DATEB: Date of Collection of Self-Administered Questionnaire


Self-administered questionnaire date

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

224 - 11 0.2 %
225 - 49 1.0 %
226 - 123 2.6 %
227 - 79 1.7 %
228 - 86 1.8 %
229 - 105 2.2 %
301 - 51 1.1 %
302 - 42 0.9 %
303 - 170 3.6 %
304 - 191 4.1 %
305 - 85 1.8 %
306 - 78 1.7 %
307 - 71 1.5 %
308 - 101 2.2 %
309 - 43 0.9 %
310 - 118 2.5 %
311 - 173 3.7 %
312 - 66 1.4 %
313 - 70 1.5 %
314 - 78 1.7 %
315 - 65 1.4 %
316 - 83 1.8 %
317 - 148 3.2 %
318 - 156 3.3 %
319 - 108 2.3 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

320 - 118 2.5 %


321 - 103 2.2 %
322 - 87 1.9 %
323 - 55 1.2 %
324 - 194 4.2 %
325 - 216 4.6 %
326 - 124 2.7 %
327 - 73 1.6 %
328 - 62 1.3 %
329 - 53 1.1 %
330 - 38 0.8 %
331 - 120 2.6 %
401 - 148 3.2 %
402 - 74 1.6 %
403 - 45 1.0 %
404 - 88 1.9 %
405 - 41 0.9 %
406 - 36 0.8 %
407 - 74 1.6 %
408 - 125 2.7 %
409 - 69 1.5 %
410 - 63 1.3 %
411 - 33 0.7 %
412 - 45 1.0 %
413 - 38 0.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed in the PDF codebook. To view all response categories, please
analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R).

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 328.61
• Median: 319.00
• Mode: 325.00
• Minimum: 224.00
• Maximum: 426.00
• Standard Deviation: 51.09

Location: 461-464 (width: 4; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

MONTHB: Date of Collection of Self-Administered Questionnaire: Month


Self-administered questionnaire month

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

2 - 453 9.7 %
3 - 3140 67.3 %
4 - 1074 23.0 %
99 No answer 0 0.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 3.13
• Median: 3.00
• Mode: 3.00
• Minimum: 2.00
• Maximum: 4.00
• Standard Deviation: 0.56

Location: 465-466 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

DAYB: Date of Collection of Self-Administered Questionnaire: Day


Self-administered questionnaire day

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 - 199 4.3 %
2 - 116 2.5 %
3 - 215 4.6 %
4 - 279 6.0 %
5 - 126 2.7 %
6 - 114 2.4 %
7 - 145 3.1 %
8 - 226 4.8 %
9 - 112 2.4 %
10 - 181 3.9 %
11 - 206 4.4 %
12 - 111 2.4 %
13 - 108 2.3 %
14 - 134 2.9 %
15 - 146 3.1 %
16 - 98 2.1 %
17 - 150 3.2 %
18 - 162 3.5 %
19 - 115 2.5 %
20 - 122 2.6 %
21 - 111 2.4 %

- 199 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

22 - 95 2.0 %
23 - 56 1.2 %
24 - 207 4.4 %
25 - 269 5.8 %
26 - 248 5.3 %
27 - 152 3.3 %
28 - 148 3.2 %
29 - 158 3.4 %
30 - 38 0.8 %
31 - 120 2.6 %
99 No answer 0 0.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 15.30
• Median: 15.00
• Mode: 4.00
• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 31.00
• Standard Deviation: 9.13

Location: 467-468 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

HRTV: Hours of Watching TV


In an average day, about how many hours do you personally watch television? Enter 0 (zero) if you never watch television.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 - 112 2.4 %
1 - 597 12.8 %
2 - 946 20.3 %
3 - 1015 21.7 %
4 - 644 13.8 %
5 - 607 13.0 %
6 - 306 6.6 %
7 - 103 2.2 %
8 - 133 2.8 %
9 - 17 0.4 %
10 - 104 2.2 %
11 - 7 0.1 %
12 - 23 0.5 %
13 - 2 0.0 %

- 200 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

14 - 6 0.1 %
15 - 7 0.1 %
16 - 3 0.1 %
18 - 2 0.0 %
20 - 3 0.1 %
23 - 2 0.0 %
999 No answer 28 0.6 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Mean: 9.58
• Median: 3.00
• Mode: 3.00
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 999.00
• Standard Deviation: 76.91

Location: 469-471 (width: 3; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

FQ5READ: Number of Books You Read a Month


How many books do you read a month on average (comics and magazines excluded)?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 I rarely read books. 2352 50.4 %


1 About one 1276 27.3 %
2 About two 501 10.7 %
3 About three 229 4.9 %
4 Four or more 284 6.1 %
9 No answer 25 0.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 472-472 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

FQ5NEWSP: Frequency of Reading Newspaper


How often do you read the newspaper?

- 201 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

1 Almost everyday 3010 64.5 %


2 Several times a week 501 10.7 %
3 About once a week 201 4.3 %
4 Less than once a week 301 6.4 %
5 Never 637 13.6 %
9 No answer 17 0.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 473-473 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

DOCOMPJ: Use of Communication Media: PC at Workplace


Do you make use of the following? Choose all that apply. PC (at work or school)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 3085 66.1 %


1 Chosen 1574 33.7 %
9 No answer 8 0.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 474-474 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

DOCOMPP: Use of Communication Media: PC at Home


Do you make use of the following? Choose all that apply. PC (at home)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 2335 50.0 %


1 Chosen 2324 49.8 %
9 No answer 8 0.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00

- 202 -
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 475-475 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

DOPHS: Use of Communication Media: Cellular Phone


Do you make use of the following? Choose all that apply. Cellular phone (including PHS)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 849 18.2 %


1 Chosen 3810 81.6 %
9 No answer 8 0.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 476-476 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

DONONEX: Use of Communication Media: None


Do you make use of the following? Choose all that apply. None

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 4010 85.9 %


1 Chosen 649 13.9 %
9 No answer 8 0.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 477-477 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

DOINBRS: Use of Internet: Information Search


Have you ever done any of the following by the Internet using a PC or cellular phone? Choose all that apply. Searching for
information

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 577 12.4 %


1 Chosen 1329 28.5 %
9 No answer 59 1.3 %

- 203 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2702 57.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,965 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 478-478 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

DOINSHOP: Use of Internet: Shopping


Have you ever done any of the following by the Internet using a PC or cellular phone? Choose all that apply. Internet shopping

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 1153 24.7 %


1 Chosen 753 16.1 %
9 No answer 59 1.3 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2702 57.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,965 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 479-479 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

DOINBANK: Use of Internet: Banking


Have you ever done any of the following by the Internet using a PC or cellular phone? Choose all that apply. Internet banking

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 1688 36.2 %


1 Chosen 218 4.7 %
9 No answer 59 1.3 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2702 57.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,965 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

- 204 -
• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 480-480 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

DOINHPB: Use of Internet: Making Website (Including Blog)


Have you ever done any of the following by the Internet using a PC or cellular phone? Choose all that apply. Making web pages
(include blog)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 1780 38.1 %


1 Chosen 126 2.7 %
9 No answer 59 1.3 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2702 57.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,965 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 481-481 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

DOINGAME: Use of Internet: Internet Games


Have you ever done any of the following by the Internet using a PC or cellular phone? Choose all that apply. Internet game

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 1641 35.2 %


1 Chosen 265 5.7 %
9 No answer 59 1.3 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2702 57.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,965 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 482-482 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

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DOINNONE: Use of Internet: None
Have you ever done any of the following by the Internet using a PC or cellular phone? Choose all that apply. None

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 1377 29.5 %


1 Chosen 529 11.3 %
9 No answer 59 1.3 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2702 57.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 1,965 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 483-483 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FQSPORT: Frequency of Regularly Practiced Sports


Do you regularly do any exercises or play any sports (walking, swimming, baseball, etc.)?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 More than several times a week 1083 23.2 %


2 About once a week 696 14.9 %
3 About once a month 286 6.1 %
4 Several times a year 343 7.3 %
5 Scarecely any exeercise 2237 47.9 %
9 No answer 22 0.5 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 484-484 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

FQ5TRIP: Frequency of Trips More Than 2 Days


How often do you go on a trip which takes more than two days (business trips are excluded)?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Several times a month 17 0.4 %

- 206 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

2 About once a month 92 2.0 %


3 Several times a year 1448 31.0 %
4 About once a year 1620 34.7 %
5 Never 1469 31.5 %
9 No answer 21 0.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 485-485 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

FQ7FFDNR: Frequency of Family Dinner


How often do you do the following? Have a family dinner

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Almost everyday 3058 65.5 %


2 Several times a week 710 15.2 %
3 About once a week 262 5.6 %
4 About once a month 110 2.4 %
5 Several times a year 153 3.3 %
6 About once a year 25 0.5 %
7 Never 312 6.7 %
9 No answer 37 0.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 486-486 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

FQ7FRSEE: Frequency of Meals with Friends


How often do you do the following? Dine and/or meet with friends

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Almost everyday 35 0.7 %


2 Several times a week 261 5.6 %
3 About once a week 564 12.1 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

4 About once a month 1357 29.1 %


5 Several times a year 1446 31.0 %
6 About once a year 384 8.2 %
7 Never 583 12.5 %
9 No answer 37 0.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 487-487 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

FQ7CKDNR: Frequency of Preparing Dinner


How often do you do the following? Prepare the evening meal

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Almost everyday 2197 47.1 %


2 Several times a week 504 10.8 %
3 About once a week 287 6.1 %
4 About once a month 204 4.4 %
5 Several times a year 322 6.9 %
6 About once a year 82 1.8 %
7 Never 1036 22.2 %
9 No answer 35 0.7 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 488-488 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

FQ7WASH: Frequency of Doing Laundry


How often do you do the following? Do the laundry

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Almost everyday 1844 39.5 %


2 Several times a week 884 18.9 %
3 About once a week 349 7.5 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

4 About once a month 149 3.2 %


5 Several times a year 264 5.7 %
6 About once a year 84 1.8 %
7 Never 1054 22.6 %
9 No answer 39 0.8 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 489-489 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

FQ7SHOP: Frequency of Grocery Shopping


How often do you do the following? Shop for groceries (daily goods and foodstuffs)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Almost everyday 909 19.5 %


2 Several times a week 1730 37.1 %
3 About once a week 1074 23.0 %
4 About once a month 356 7.6 %
5 Several times a year 201 4.3 %
6 About once a year 29 0.6 %
7 Never 347 7.4 %
9 No answer 21 0.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 490-490 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

FQ7CLEAN: Frequency of Cleaning House


How often do you do the following? Clean the house

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Almost everyday 1119 24.0 %


2 Several times a week 1157 24.8 %
3 About once a week 955 20.5 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

4 About once a month 469 10.0 %


5 Several times a year 393 8.4 %
6 About once a year 83 1.8 %
7 Never 465 10.0 %
9 No answer 26 0.6 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 491-491 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

FQ7GARB: Frequency of Garbage Disposal


How often do you do the following? Take out the garbage

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Almost everyday 492 10.5 %


2 Several times a week 2220 47.6 %
3 About once a week 614 13.2 %
4 About once a month 287 6.1 %
5 Several times a year 244 5.2 %
6 About once a year 70 1.5 %
7 Never 725 15.5 %
9 No answer 15 0.3 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 492-492 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

FQ4DRIVE: Frequency of Enjoying Driving


How often do you do the following? - Driving for fun

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Frequently 277 5.9 %


2 Sometimes 716 15.3 %
3 Rarely 782 16.8 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

4 Not at all/Don't know about the activity 527 11.3 %


9 No answer 30 0.6 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2335 50.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,332 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 493-493 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FQ4KARA: Frequency of Enjoying Karaoke


How often do you do the following? - Karaoke

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Frequently 62 1.3 %
2 Sometimes 342 7.3 %
3 Rarely 844 18.1 %
4 Not at all/Don't know about the activity 1060 22.7 %
9 No answer 24 0.5 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2335 50.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,332 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 494-494 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FQ4MOVIE: Frequency of Watching Movies


How often do you do the following? - Watching movies (including home videos. DVD, online, etc.)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Frequently 339 7.3 %


2 Sometimes 818 17.5 %
3 Rarely 599 12.8 %
4 Not at all/Don't know about the activity 547 11.7 %

- 211 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

9 No answer 29 0.6 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2335 50.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,332 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 495-495 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FQ4MUSIC: Frequency of Listening Music


How often do you do the following? - Listening to music (CD, radio, concert, etc.)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Frequently 509 10.9 %


2 Sometimes 754 16.2 %
3 Rarely 497 10.6 %
4 Not at all/Don't know about the activity 529 11.3 %
9 No answer 43 0.9 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2335 50.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,332 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 496-496 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FQ4GAME: Frequency of Playing Video Games


How often do you do the following? Video games (including PC games and portable games)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Frequently 203 4.3 %


2 Sometimes 300 6.4 %
3 Rarely 360 7.7 %
4 Not at all/Don't know about the activity 1405 30.1 %
9 No answer 64 1.4 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2335 50.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,332 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 497-497 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FQ4GREEN: Frequency of Enjoying Gardening


How often do you do the following? - Gardening

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Frequently 349 7.5 %


2 Sometimes 632 13.5 %
3 Rarely 434 9.3 %
4 Not at all/Don't know about the activity 886 19.0 %
9 No answer 31 0.7 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2335 50.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,332 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 498-498 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FQ4SHGIG: Frequency of Playing Shogi/Go


How often do you do the following? - Shogi and/or Go

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Frequently 19 0.4 %
2 Sometimes 75 1.6 %
3 Rarely 233 5.0 %
4 Not at all/Don't know about the activity 1972 42.3 %
9 No answer 33 0.7 %
Missing Data

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

8 Not applicable 2335 50.0 %


Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,332 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 499-499 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FQ4LOTTO: Frequency of Buying Lottery


How often do you do the following? - Lottery

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Frequently 92 2.0 %
2 Sometimes 564 12.1 %
3 Rarely 477 10.2 %
4 Not at all/Don't know about the activity 1173 25.1 %
9 No answer 26 0.6 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2335 50.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,332 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 500-500 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

FQ4PACHI: Frequency of Playing Pachinko


How often do you do the following? - Pachinko and/or Pachislo

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Frequently 75 1.6 %
2 Sometimes 178 3.8 %
3 Rarely 175 3.7 %
4 Not at all/Don't know about the activity 1888 40.5 %
9 No answer 16 0.3 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2335 50.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,332 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 501-501 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

OP5HLTHZ: Health Condition


How would you rate your health condition?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 1, Good 664 14.2 %


2 2 622 13.3 %
3 3 690 14.8 %
4 4 296 6.3 %
5 5, Poor 56 1.2 %
9 No answer 4 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2335 50.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,332 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 502-502 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

DOSMOKEX: Experience of Smoking


Do you smoke?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 I am a smoker. 505 10.8 %


2 I used to smoke, but I have stopped smoking. 532 11.4 %
3 I have scarcely/never smoked. 1292 27.7 %
9 No answer 3 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2335 50.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Based upon 2,332 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 503-503 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

XQTSMOKE: Try to Quit Smoking


Have you ever tried to give up smoking?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes 274 5.9 %


2 No 228 4.9 %
9 No answer 3 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 4162 89.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 505 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 504-504 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

DO7DRINK: Frequency of Drinking


How often do you drink alcoholic beverages?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Almost everyday 502 10.8 %


2 Several times a week 329 7.0 %
3 About once a week 230 4.9 %
4 About once a month 241 5.2 %
5 Several times a year 270 5.8 %
6 About once a year 102 2.2 %
7 Never 652 14.0 %
9 No answer 6 0.1 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2335 50.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,332 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

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• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 505-505 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

XTRAUM5Y: Frequency of Traumatic Events


During the past five years how many traumatic events (such as divorce, unemployment, hospitalization, disabilities, death of
someone close to you) have happened to you?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 None 1691 36.2 %


1 Once 1364 29.2 %
2 Twice 872 18.7 %
3 Three times 419 9.0 %
4 Four or more times 303 6.5 %
9 No answer 18 0.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 506-506 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

ST5AREAY: Satisfaction with Area of Residence


How much satisfaction do you get from the following areas of life? Place you live in

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 1, Satisfied 1437 30.8 %


2 2 1361 29.2 %
3 3 1384 29.7 %
4 4 341 7.3 %
5 5, Dissatisfied 90 1.9 %
9 No answer 54 1.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 507-507 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

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ST5LEISY: Satisfaction with Leisure Activities
How much satisfaction do you get from the following areas of life? Your non-work activities

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 1, Satisfied 912 19.5 %


2 2 1313 28.1 %
3 3 1763 37.8 %
4 4 485 10.4 %
5 5, Dissatisfied 127 2.7 %
9 No answer 67 1.4 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 508-508 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

ST5LIFEY: Satisfaction with Family Life


How much satisfaction do you get from the following areas of life? Your family life

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 1, Satisfied 1330 28.5 %


2 2 1408 30.2 %
3 3 1481 31.7 %
4 4 310 6.6 %
5 5, Dissatisfied 82 1.8 %
9 No answer 56 1.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 509-509 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

ST5ECNY: Satisfaction with Household Budget Situation


How much satisfaction do you get from the following areas of life? The current financial situation of your household

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 1, Satisfied 679 14.5 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

2 2 1051 22.5 %
3 3 1682 36.0 %
4 4 845 18.1 %
5 5, Dissatisfied 356 7.6 %
9 No answer 54 1.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 510-510 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

ST5FRIY: Satisfaction with Friendship


How much satisfaction do you get from the following areas of life? Your friendships

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 1, Satisfied 1125 24.1 %


2 2 1353 29.0 %
3 3 1752 37.5 %
4 4 313 6.7 %
5 5, Dissatisfied 64 1.4 %
9 No answer 60 1.3 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 511-511 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

ST5HLTHY: Satisfaction with Health Condition


How much satisfaction do you get from the following areas of life? Your health and physical condition

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 1, Satisfied 841 18.0 %


2 2 1338 28.7 %
3 3 1626 34.8 %
4 4 654 14.0 %
5 5, Dissatisfied 166 3.6 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

9 No answer 42 0.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 512-512 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

ST5SSREL: Satisfaction with Relationship with Spouse


How much satisfaction do you get from the following areas of life? Relationship with your spouse

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 1, Satisfied 1190 25.5 %


2 2 952 20.4 %
3 3 850 18.2 %
4 4 174 3.7 %
5 5, Dissatisfied 95 2.0 %
6 I don't have a spouse. 1356 29.1 %
9 No answer 50 1.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 513-513 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

OP5HAPPZ: Degree of Happiness


Are you happy?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 1, Happy 801 17.2 %


2 2 745 16.0 %
3 3 620 13.3 %
4 4 124 2.7 %
5 5, Unhappy 26 0.6 %
9 No answer 16 0.3 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2335 50.0 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,332 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 514-514 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

NOFUTR: Hopelessness: No Hope for the Better Future


To what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? The future seems to me to be hopeless, and I can't
believe that things are changing for the better.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Strongly agree 155 3.3 %


2 Somewhat agree 518 11.1 %
3 Neither agree nor disagree 2324 49.8 %
4 Somewhat disagree 978 21.0 %
5 Strongly disagree 642 13.8 %
9 No answer 50 1.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 515-515 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

NOGOAL: Hopelessness: No Hope for Reaching Goals


To what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? I feel that it is impossible for me to reach the goals
that I would like to strive for.

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Strongly agree 137 2.9 %


2 Somewhat agree 482 10.3 %
3 Neither agree nor disagree 2487 53.3 %
4 Somewhat disagree 941 20.2 %
5 Strongly disagree 560 12.0 %
9 No answer 60 1.3 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 516-516 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

SFMHPEAC: SF12: Mental Health: Felt Calm and Peaceful


These questions are about how you feel and how things have been with you during the past 4 weeks. For each question, please
give the one answer that comes closest to the way you have been feeling. How much of the time during the past 4 weeks... Have
you felt calm and peaceful?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 All of the time 374 8.0 %


2 Most of the time 1919 41.1 %
3 Some of the time 1620 34.7 %
4 A little of the time 515 11.0 %
5 None of the time 207 4.4 %
9 No answer 32 0.7 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 517-517 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

SFMHENGY: SF12: Mental Health: Had a lot of Energy


These questions are about how you feel and how things have been with you during the past 4 weeks. For each question, please
give the one answer that comes closest to the way you have been feeling. How much of the time during the past 4 weeks... Did you
have a lot of energy?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 All of the time 262 5.6 %


2 Most of the time 1238 26.5 %
3 Some of the time 1964 42.1 %
4 A little of the time 819 17.5 %
5 None of the time 344 7.4 %
9 No answer 40 0.9 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00

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• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 518-518 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

SFMHDPRS: SF12: Mental Health: Felt Downhearted and Depressed


These questions are about how you feel and how things have been with you during the past 4 weeks. For each question, please
give the one answer that comes closest to the way you have been feeling. How much of the time during the past 4 weeks... Have
you felt downhearted and depressed?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 All of the time 81 1.7 %


2 Most of the time 284 6.1 %
3 Some of the time 1469 31.5 %
4 A little of the time 1645 35.2 %
5 None of the time 1160 24.9 %
9 No answer 28 0.6 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 519-519 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

COLFAV: Favorite Color


Which is your favorite color?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Red 353 7.6 %


2 Orange 332 7.1 %
3 Yellow 293 6.3 %
4 Yellow-green 218 4.7 %
5 Green 670 14.4 %
6 Blue 926 19.8 %
7 Violet 391 8.4 %
8 Pink 594 12.7 %
9 Brown 154 3.3 %
10 White 317 6.8 %
11 Grey 64 1.4 %
12 Black 279 6.0 %
99 No answer 76 1.6 %
Total 4,667 100%

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Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 520-521 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

COLMOD: Color Representing Modern Age


Which color do you think most represents the current era?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Red 73 1.6 %
2 Orange 89 1.9 %
3 Yellow 178 3.8 %
4 Yellow-green 97 2.1 %
5 Green 158 3.4 %
6 Blue 334 7.2 %
7 Violet 227 4.9 %
8 Pink 59 1.3 %
9 Brown 561 12.0 %
10 White 195 4.2 %
11 Grey 2347 50.3 %
12 Black 253 5.4 %
99 No answer 96 2.1 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 522-523 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

OWNHOUSE: Type of Residence: Owned


In which of following do you live?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Own house 3706 79.4 %


2 Rented house owned private company 675 14.5 %
3 Company house or house for government employees 101 2.2 %
4 Rented public house of a public corporation 153 3.3 %
5 Others 16 0.3 %
9 No answer 16 0.3 %

- 224 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 524-524 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

DOECSLP: Use of Eco-products: Solar Pannel


Do you use any of the following at home? Solar pannel (Solar energy generation)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 4449 95.3 %


1 Chosen 184 3.9 %
9 No answer 34 0.7 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 525-525 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

DOECMNP: Use of Eco-products: Midnight Power


Do you use any of the following at home? Midnight power (Discount on midnight power from an electric power company)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 3890 83.4 %


1 Chosen 743 15.9 %
9 No answer 34 0.7 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 526-526 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

DOECWC: Use of Eco-products: Ecowill/Ecocute


Do you use any of the following at home? Ecowill (Gas engine water heating system with home power generation)/Ecocute (High-
efficiency water heater employing heatpump technology)

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

0 Not chosen 4106 88.0 %


1 Chosen 527 11.3 %
9 No answer 34 0.7 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 527-527 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

DOECLMC: Use of Eco-products: Low-emission Car


Do you use any of the following at home? Low-emission car (LP Gas vehicles, hybrid car and electrical car etc.)

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 4266 91.4 %


1 Chosen 367 7.9 %
9 No answer 34 0.7 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 528-528 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

DOECNONE: Use of Eco-products: None of the above


Do you use any of the following at home? None of the above

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

0 Not chosen 1293 27.7 %


1 Chosen 3340 71.6 %
9 No answer 34 0.7 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 0.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 529-529 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

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FQ4DENKI: Frequency of Ecological Behavior: Turn off lights not in use
How often do you do the following? - Always turn off lights or appliances not in use

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Frequently 2520 54.0 %


2 Sometimes 1670 35.8 %
3 Rarely 394 8.4 %
4 Never 70 1.5 %
9 No answer 13 0.3 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 530-530 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

FQ4ELC: Frequency of Ecological Behavior: Save Electricity


How often do you do the following? - Try to save electricity

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Frequently 1430 30.6 %


2 Sometimes 2113 45.3 %
3 Rarely 952 20.4 %
4 Never 145 3.1 %
9 No answer 27 0.6 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 531-531 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

XLIVEYR: Years Living in the Same Place


How long have you been living in the same area?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Since I was born 774 16.6 %


2 For less than a year 111 2.4 %
3 For 1-3 years 253 5.4 %

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Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

4 For 3-5 years 204 4.4 %


5 For 5-10 years 454 9.7 %
6 For 10-20 years 800 17.1 %
7 For 20-30 years 668 14.3 %
8 For 30 years or more 1393 29.8 %
99 No answer 10 0.2 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 99.00

Location: 532-533 (width: 2; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

WLLIVE: Wish to Continue Living in the Same Place


Do you want to live in the same area in the future as well?

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Yes, I do forever. 2465 52.8 %


2 Yes, for the time being. 1666 35.7 %
3 No, I want to move to another area if possible. 480 10.3 %
4 No, I want to move to another area immediately. 43 0.9 %
9 No answer 13 0.3 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 4,667 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 534-534 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric

XLRNJB: Have Attended Job-oriented Courses


Have you ever attended any of the following courses out of formal school education? - Job-oriented courses

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Currently attending 51 1.1 %


2 Attended in the past but not at present 974 20.9 %
3 Never attended 1284 27.5 %
9 No answer 23 0.5 %
Missing Data

- 228 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

8 Not applicable 2335 50.0 %


Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,332 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 535-535 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

XLRNCLTR: Have Attended Hobby-oriented Courses


Have you ever attended any of the following courses out of formal school education? - Hobby-oriented courses

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 Currently attending 108 2.3 %


2 Attended in the past but not at present 694 14.9 %
3 Never attended 1495 32.0 %
9 No answer 35 0.7 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2335 50.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,332 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 536-536 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

AC10TUTR: Activities at Age 10-12: Cram School


How often were you engaged in following activities or lessons when you were 10-12 years old? - Cram school

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 More than several times a week 259 5.5 %


2 About once a week 321 6.9 %
3 Several times a year 32 0.7 %
4 About once a year 16 0.3 %
5 Never 1613 34.6 %
9 No answer 91 1.9 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2335 50.0 %

- 229 -
Value Label Unweighted %
Frequency

Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,332 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 537-537 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

AC10XTRA: Activities at Age 10-12: Extra-Curricular Activities


How often were you engaged in following activities or lessons when you were 10-12 years old? - Extra-curricular activities, such as
piano, calligraphy, an abacus, painting, or ballet

Value Label Unweighted %


Frequency

1 More than several times a week 334 7.2 %


2 About once a week 742 15.9 %
3 Several times a year 41 0.9 %
4 About once a year 13 0.3 %
5 Never 1142 24.5 %
9 No answer 60 1.3 %
Missing Data
8 Not applicable 2335 50.0 %
Total 4,667 100%

Based upon 2,332 valid cases out of 4,667 total cases.

• Minimum: 1.00
• Maximum: 9.00

Location: 538-538 (width: 1; decimal: 0)


Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8

AC10COMM: Activities at Age 10-12: Community Activity and Sports Associations


How often were you engaged in following activities or lessons when you were 10-12 years old? - Community activity and sports
groups, such as swimming, volleyball, kickball, baseball, soccer, or judo

Value Label