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GENERATIONS AND GENDER PROGRAMME Survey Instruments

Published:January 2005

The Generations and Gender Programme (GGFP) is a system of national Generations and Gender Surveys (GGS) and contextual databases, which aims at improving the knowledge base for policy-making in the UNECE countries. The Generations and Gender Survey is a panel survey of a nationally representative sample of 18-79 year-old resident population in each participating country with at least three panel waves and an internal of three years between each wave. The contextual databases are designed to complement individual-level survey data in multi-level analyses. The Programme is co-ordinated by the UNECE Population Unit.

The main substantive goal of the GGP is to improve understanding of demographic and social development and of the factors that influence these developments, with a particular attention towards relationships between children and parents (generations) and relationships between partners (gender).

The publication includes the following documents: (1) GGS Sample Design Guidelines; (2) GGS Wave 1 Questionnaire Manual; (3) GGS Wave 1 Questionnaire; and (4) a Note on the Definitions and Documentation of the Final Disposition Codes. The aim of this publication is to contribute to the dissemination and use of these programme instruments.

The Report is available in  ENG as a whole (735 KB, 118 pages) or by chapter.

ECE/EAD/PAU/2006/1
Sales No. E.05.II.E.20
ISBN 92–1–116935–6

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CHAPTER 1
SAMPLE DESIGN GUIDELINES
Michelle Simard, Sarah Franklin

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CHAPTER 2
WAVE 1 QUESTIONNAIRE MANUAL
Andres Vikat, Gijs Beets, Francesco Billari, Christoph Bühler, Aline Désesquelles, Tineke Fokkema, Alphonse L. MacDonald, Gerda Neyer,Ariane Pailhé, Antonella Pinnelli, Anne Solaz, Zsolt Spéder

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CHAPTER 3
WAVE 1 QUESTIONNAIRE
Andres Vikat, Gijs Beets, Francesco Billari, Christoph Bühler, Martine Corijn, Aline Désesquelles, Tineke Fokkema, Alphonse L. MacDonald,Gerda Neyer, Ariane Pailhé, Antonella Pinnelli, Anne Solaz, Zsolt Spéder

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CHAPTER 4
A Note on the Definitions and Documentation of Final Disposition Codes
Andrej Kveder

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