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Study TitleIntercensal population survey, Indonesia, 1985
Primary InvestigatorIndonesia, C. B. O. S.
ADA IDau.edu.anu.ada.ddi.00545
AbstractThis survey (also known as SUPAS) was undertaken to gain a further picture of Indonesia's population to add to that taken in 1980 Population Census for Indonesia (see SSDA Study No. 418). SUPAS was carried out across the entire geographic area of the country and covered all people with a permanent residence. Unlike the population census however, SUPAS did not cover persons without a permanent residence such as ship's crew, isolated groups, the homeless or Indonesian citizens living abroad. The file release for this survey consists of five record types. Two separate household records cover: the number and age of household members and the number of births and deaths since June 1984; and land and house ownership, characteristics of the dwelling and household goods respectively. A separate record of information for each person in the household covers background information such as sex, marital status, religion, citizenship, migration, education, occupation and employment. For women in the household who have been married, information is collected on marriage and numbers of children, contraception and family planning and details on each child. A final record of health information covers such child health questions as breast feeding and immunisation, as well as details of former household members no longer living. Data not available on Nesstar. Please contact archive staff at ada@anu.edu.au if you wish to access these data.
Production Date (documentation)1989-06-23
Bibliographic CitationIndonesia, C. B. O. S. Intercensal population survey, Indonesia, 1985 [computer file]. Canberra: Australian Data Archive, The Australian National University, .
CopyrightCopyright © 2005, The Australian National University. All rights reserved.
ContactHill, (Dr) H. Department of Economics Research School of Pacific Studies The Australian National University G.P.O. Box 4 Canberra ACT 2601
Contact AffiliationDepartment of Economics, Research School of Pacific Studies, The Australian National University
Study Scope Content
Topic ClassificationsNon-Australian studies;Demography;Population survey
KeywordsCensus;Children;Indonesia: Social conditions;Living conditions;Occupations
Population (Universe)all persons in Indonesia with a permanent residence
Date of Collection
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Methodology Content
Sampling Procedurestratified random sample with quota
Data Kindsurvey
Data Access Content
Access ConditionsThe depositor wishes to be informed of use being made of the data, in order to comment on that use and make contact with colleagues of similar interests.
Deposit Information Content
DepositorHill, (Dr) H. Department of Economics Research School of Pacific Studies The Australian National University G.P.O. Box 4 Canberra ACT 2601
Deposit Date1989-06-23
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Mode of Data Collectionpersonal interview
CommentThis survey (also known as SUPAS) was undertaken to gain a further picture of Indonesia's population to add to that taken in 1980 Population Census for Indonesia (see SSDA Study No. 418). SUPAS was carried out across the entire geographic area of the country and covered all people with a permanent residence. Unlike the population census however, SUPAS did not cover persons without a permanent residence such as ship's crew, isolated groups, the homeless or Indonesian citizens living abroad. The file release for this survey consists of five record types. Two separate household records cover: the number and age of household members and the number of births and deaths since June 1984; and land and house ownership, characteristics of the dwelling and household goods respectively. A separate record of information for each person in the household covers background information such as sex, marital status, religion, citizenship, migration, education, occupation and employment. For women in the household who have been married, information is collected on marriage and numbers of children, contraception and family planning and details on each child. A final record of health information covers such child health questions as breast feeding and immunisation, as well as details of former household members no longer living. Data not available on Nesstar. Please contact archive staff at ada@anu.edu.au if you wish to access these data.
Study Creation Date2011-04-18 18:02:40 UTC
Bibliographic Citation (documentation)Indonesia, C. B. O. S. Intercensal population survey, Indonesia, 1985 [computer file]. Canberra: Australian Data Archive, The Australian National University, .
Copyright (documentation)Copyright © 2005, The Australian National University. All rights reserved.
Producer (documentation)Australian Data Archive
Title (documentation)Intercensal population survey, Indonesia, 1985
ADA IDau.edu.anu.ada.ddi.00545
LabelIntercensal population survey, Indonesia, 1985
Languageen
Production Date2005-01-31
Time Methodcross-sectional (one-time) study

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