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Study TitleThe Australian family project,1986: household data (File hh)
Series NameAustralian Family Project, 1986
Primary InvestigatorBracher, M. Carmichael, G.
ADA IDau.edu.anu.ada.ddi.00497-hh
AbstractThe Australian Family Project was established in 1985 to investigate the social, demographic and economic forces that have been changing the shape and nature of the Australian family over the last generation. To this end, a national survey program was initiated in 1986 to collect data which would facilitate this investigation. There are two waves of this survey: the survey of women aged 20 to 59 years, which was the first component of the national survey program; and the companion survey of men aged 20 to 59 years. The core of the women's questionnaire is a collection of detailed life histories, on marital unions, childbearing and children, contraception, work history and residential mobility. The use of a life history chart throughout the interview enabled the accurate recording of key events and changes in status, regardless of the number of events or changes for each respondent. Background information included date and country of birth; arrival in Australia; parents' country of birth, schooling; father's occupation; mother's age at marriage and subsequent work history; and details on respondent's childhood at age 14, such as place of residence and religious upbringing. Questions were also asked on respondent's schooling, both secondary and post-secondary, and qualifications gained. Further sections of the questionnaire dealt with marital unions: dates of commencement, background details of spouse, and attitudes to remarriage; childbearing and children: information such as age, sex, education and leaving home for each child, as well as responses to questions on numbers and timing of children; and contraception and health. Respondent's work history covered questions on all periods of work, whether full-time or part-time, changes to working hours, reasons for stopping and starting work, earnings and satisfaction with current job. The section on residential history included timing of moves, housing and rental issues, mortgages and financing and house acquisition. Questions were also asked on supplementary sources of income, division of household tasks and financial decision making. The interview concluded with a set of questions on the relative ease or difficulty of setting up a home and bringing up a family today, compared with twenty years ago, and more specific questions on decision making about the timing of first marriage and first birth. The men's questionnaire began with questions seeking attitudes towards sex roles within the family and towards home ownership. Other questions sought details of all marriages and cohabiting relationships and of the current divisions of labour and decision making within the home. Fertility histories and plans were then canvassed, followed by the 'leaving home' experience. The next section asked about activity in the housing market, after which details of labour force activity (past and current), income and position with respect to superannuation were sought. The final questions assessed current financial situation, personal wellbeing, perceptions of the relative ease or difficulty of raising a family and buying a home nowadays compared to a generation ago, and perceptions of the circumstances and decision making processes surrounding the transitions to marriage and parenthood. Background variables covering personal and parental characteristics include: age, education level, qualifications obtained, country of birth and religious observance. Also covered are respondent's childhood family circumstances and religious denomination, father's employment circumstances when respondent was aged 14, and parents' marital status. At ADA the data for the Australian Family Project are held in three files: Women's survey (File f), Men's survey (File m) and Household data (File hh). The household data file contains information about sampling characteristics of each household approached for interview, and demographic information for every person in the household, and this information was used to determine eligible participants for the survey.
Production Date (documentation)1988-11-24
Bibliographic CitationBracher, M. and Carmichael, G. The Australian family project,1986 [computer file]. Canberra: Australian Data Archive, The Australian National University, 2010.
CopyrightCopyright © 1988, The Australian National University, All rights reserved.
ContactBracher, (Dr) M. Australian Family Project Research School of Social Sciences The Australian National University GPO Box 4, Canberra, ACT 2601;Carmichael, (Dr) G. Australian Family Project Research School of Social Sciences The Australian National University GPO Box 4 Canberra ACT 2601
Contact AffiliationResearch School of Social Sciences, The Australian National University;Research School of Social Sciences, The Australian National University
Study Scope Content
Topic ClassificationsAustralian studies;Social classes, Social order;Family life and marriage, Family formation
KeywordsBirth control;Children;De facto relationships;Divorce;Employment;Family;Housing;Housing finance;Income;Marriage;Men;Occupations;Parents;Pregnancy;Social classes;Women;Women and employment
Population (Universe)women aged 20 to 59 years living in private dwellings in all states and territories of Australia; men aged 20 to 59 years living in private dwellings in all states and territories of Australia plus other men whose spouses were aged 20 to 59 years
Date of Collection
Start date - Data Collection: 1986-04-01 End date - Data Collection: 1986-04-01
Time Period
Time Period - Start: 1986-04-01 Time Period - End: 1986-04-01
Geographic CoverageNational
Geographic UnitState and type of region (major urban / large towns / small towns / rural)
Methodology Content
Sampling Proceduremulti-stage area-stratified sample The sample was based on the 1981 Census of Population and Housing and covered all metropolitan and other urban areas as well as more densely populated rural areas. Rural areas with fewer than 0.07 dwellings per square kilometre were excluded, and the sample coverage was restricted to private dwellings. A four-stage areally-stratified design was used, in which the probability of selection at each stage was proportional to the number of private dwellings in the area. The sample dwellings were located in 216 Census Collectors' Districts selected from four strata: major urban centres of 100,000 or more persons; large towns of 14,000 or more; small towns of 1,000 or more; and the rural balance. The actual sample comprised 5,130 dwellings, a one-in-one thousand sample of private dwellings in Australia. A screening interview was conducted at each sample dwelling to establish the name, age, sex, spouse (if any) and relationship to the head of household of each of the usual residents and to identify eligible respondents. Of the 5,130 addresses in the sample, complete household listings were obtained at 4,408 dwellings, or 85.9 per cent of the total. Women aged 20-59 years at the time of first contact who were usual residents of sample dwellings were eligible for a personal interview. Men aged 20-59 years at the time of first contact who were usual residents of sample dwellings, as well as any other male who was the spouse of a female eligible for interview, were selected to complete a questionnaire. A pilot survey was also conducted in February 1986 in three CD's in Sydney and in three CD's in rural areas in northern New South Wales to test questionnaires and training and fieldwork procedures and to provide estimates of cost factors used to determine the ultimate sample size.
Data Kindsurvey
Response RateOf those who could be contacted and were identified as eligible, 79 per cent of women and 63 per cent of the men responded. For more details of eligibility rates and response rates, see Related Materials: Technical Report.
Data Access Content
Deposit Information Content
DepositorBracher, (Dr) M., Australian Family Project, Research School of Social Sciences, The Australian National University
Deposit Date1988-11-24
VersionVersion 2
Other Content
Unit of AnalysisIndividual
Mode of Data Collectionpersonal interview (Women' survey) self-completion (distribute, collect), self-completion (distribute, mail back) (Men's survey) Interviewing for the women's survey began a State at a time from late April 1986 after three-day training sessions conducted in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and Canberra. Eighty per cent of interviews took place before the end of July 1986, but interviewing continued until April 1987. The questionnaire was almost entirely pre-coded, although interviewers were instructed to record verbatim any responses which could not be placed immediately into one of the pre-coded categories. A system of sequencing allowed the one questionnaire to be applied to all women, whatever their past experience or current situations. Where an eligible woman was present in the household, distribution of the male questionnaire was usually deferred until the completion of the female interview. Where there was no eligible woman, the interviewer invited the person she was speaking to to accept copies for each eligible male in the household. Men's questionnaires were distributed with reply paid envelopes. However, in urban areas interviewers were required to make two attempts to collect men's questionnaires before the mail back facility was used. In rural areas respondents returned questionnaires by mail, unless a completed questionnaire happened to be ready at the conclusion of a female interview.
CommentThe Australian Family Project was established in 1985 to investigate the social, demographic and economic forces that have been changing the shape and nature of the Australian family over the last generation. To this end, a national survey program was initiated in 1986 to collect data which would facilitate this investigation. There are two waves of this survey: the survey of women aged 20 to 59 years, which was the first component of the national survey program; and the companion survey of men aged 20 to 59 years. The core of the women's questionnaire is a collection of detailed life histories, on marital unions, childbearing and children, contraception, work history and residential mobility. The use of a life history chart throughout the interview enabled the accurate recording of key events and changes in status, regardless of the number of events or changes for each respondent. Background information included date and country of birth; arrival in Australia; parents' country of birth, schooling; father's occupation; mother's age at marriage and subsequent work history; and details on respondent's childhood at age 14, such as place of residence and religious upbringing. Questions were also asked on respondent's schooling, both secondary and post-secondary, and qualifications gained. Further sections of the questionnaire dealt with marital unions: dates of commencement, background details of spouse, and attitudes to remarriage; childbearing and children: information such as age, sex, education and leaving home for each child, as well as responses to questions on numbers and timing of children; and contraception and health. Respondent's work history covered questions on all periods of work, whether full-time or part-time, changes to working hours, reasons for stopping and starting work, earnings and satisfaction with current job. The section on residential history included timing of moves, housing and rental issues, mortgages and financing and house acquisition. Questions were also asked on supplementary sources of income, division of household tasks and financial decision making. The interview concluded with a set of questions on the relative ease or difficulty of setting up a home and bringing up a family today, compared with twenty years ago, and more specific questions on decision making about the timing of first marriage and first birth. The men's questionnaire began with questions seeking attitudes towards sex roles within the family and towards home ownership. Other questions sought details of all marriages and cohabiting relationships and of the current divisions of labour and decision making within the home. Fertility histories and plans were then canvassed, followed by the 'leaving home' experience. The next section asked about activity in the housing market, after which details of labour force activity (past and current), income and position with respect to superannuation were sought. The final questions assessed current financial situation, personal wellbeing, perceptions of the relative ease or difficulty of raising a family and buying a home nowadays compared to a generation ago, and perceptions of the circumstances and decision making processes surrounding the transitions to marriage and parenthood. Background variables covering personal and parental characteristics include: age, education level, qualifications obtained, country of birth and religious observance. Also covered are respondent's childhood family circumstances and religious denomination, father's employment circumstances when respondent was aged 14, and parents' marital status. At ADA the data for the Australian Family Project are held in three files: Women's survey (File f), Men's survey (File m) and Household data (File hh). The household data file contains information about sampling characteristics of each household approached for interview, and demographic information for every person in the household, and this information was used to determine eligible participants for the survey.
Study Creation Date2011-04-18 18:00:26 UTC
Data CollectorsMcNair Anderson Associates
Bibliographic Citation (documentation)Bracher, M. and Carmichael, G. The Australian family project,1986 [computer file]. Canberra: Australian Data Archive, The Australian National University, 2010.
Copyright (documentation)Copyright © 2010, The Australian National University. All rights reserved.
Producer (documentation)Australian Data Archive
Title (documentation)The Australian family project,1986: household data (File hh)
WeightingSee Other Study Materials
ADA IDau.edu.anu.ada.ddi.00497-hh
LabelThe Australian family project,1986: household data (File hh)
Languageen
CountriesAustralia
Type of Research InstrumentStructured
ADA Processing LevelLevel 2
Production Date1988-01-01
ProducerResearch School of Social Sciences, The Australian National University
ADA Study LevelLevel 2
Version Date2010-03-04
Version NotesThis version of the household data file was created when the archive holdings were checked in 2010. Some variable labels and value labels have been added, but not all variables are documented.
Version ResponsibilityAustralian Data Archive
Time Methodcross-sectional (one-time) study
WeightingSee Other Study Materials
State Return to 00497-hh   Arrow_up Arrow_down
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stratum 1.0 25.0
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ADA ID: au.edu.anu.ada.ddi.00497-hh
Database Study ID: 3239
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Variable ID: V4
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Collection District Return to 00497-hh   Arrow_up Arrow_down
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Variable ID: V18
Variable Width: 1
Relationship to head of household Return to 00497-hh   Arrow_up Arrow_down
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Update Creation Date: 2011-08-02 04:12:11 UTC
Study Creation Date: 2011-04-18 18:00:26 UTC
Data File ID: au.edu.anu.ada.ddi.00497-hh_F1
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ADA ID: au.edu.anu.ada.ddi.00497-hh
Database Study ID: 3239
Updated At: 2011-08-02 04:12:11 UTC
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Variable ID: V20
Variable Width: 1
Person number of spouse Return to 00497-hh   Arrow_up Arrow_down
Name Val Range Min Val Range Max
spno 1.0 7.0
Misc.
Update Creation Date: 2011-08-02 04:12:08 UTC
Study Creation Date: 2011-04-18 18:00:26 UTC
Data File ID: au.edu.anu.ada.ddi.00497-hh_F1
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Valid Cases: 6270
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ADA ID: au.edu.anu.ada.ddi.00497-hh
Database Study ID: 3239
Updated At: 2011-08-02 04:12:08 UTC
Maximum: 7.0
Minimum: 1.0
Variable ID: V21
Variable Width: 2
Eligible for survey Return to 00497-hh   Arrow_up Arrow_down
Name Val Range Min Val Range Max
elig 0.0 1.0
Misc.
Update Creation Date: 2011-08-02 04:12:05 UTC
Study Creation Date: 2011-04-18 18:00:26 UTC
Data File ID: au.edu.anu.ada.ddi.00497-hh_F1
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ADA ID: au.edu.anu.ada.ddi.00497-hh
Database Study ID: 3239
Updated At: 2011-08-02 04:12:05 UTC
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Variable ID: V22
Variable Width: 1
Return to 00497-hh   Arrow_up Arrow_down
Name Val Range Min Val Range Max
finout 1.0 9.0
Misc.
Update Creation Date: 2011-08-02 04:12:02 UTC
Study Creation Date: 2011-04-18 18:00:26 UTC
Data File ID: au.edu.anu.ada.ddi.00497-hh_F1
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ADA ID: au.edu.anu.ada.ddi.00497-hh
Database Study ID: 3239
Updated At: 2011-08-02 04:12:02 UTC
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Variable Width: 1
ID numbers of questionnaires completed by this household Arrow_down
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Misc.
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Study Creation Date: 2011-04-18 18:00:26 UTC
Data File ID: au.edu.anu.ada.ddi.00497-hh_F1
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Nesstar ID: au.edu.anu.ada.ddi.00497-hh_V24
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ADA ID: au.edu.anu.ada.ddi.00497-hh
Database Study ID: 3239
Updated At: 2011-08-02 04:12:00 UTC
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Variable ID: V24
Variable Width: 4
Return to 00497-hh   Arrow_up Arrow_down
Name Val Range Min Val Range Max
intno2 1.0 104.0
Misc.
Update Creation Date: 2011-08-02 04:12:42 UTC
Study Creation Date: 2011-04-18 18:00:26 UTC
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Valid Cases: 4729
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ADA ID: au.edu.anu.ada.ddi.00497-hh
Database Study ID: 3239
Updated At: 2011-08-02 04:12:42 UTC
Maximum: 104.0
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Variable ID: V25
Variable Width: 3
Return to 00497-hh   Arrow_up Arrow_down
Name Val Range Min Val Range Max
supact1 0.0 8.0
Misc.
Update Creation Date: 2011-08-02 04:12:44 UTC
Study Creation Date: 2011-04-18 18:00:26 UTC
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ADA ID: au.edu.anu.ada.ddi.00497-hh
Database Study ID: 3239
Updated At: 2011-08-02 04:12:44 UTC
Maximum: 8.0
Minimum: 0.0
Variable ID: V26
Variable Width: 1
Return to 00497-hh   Arrow_up
Name Val Range Min Val Range Max
supact2 0.0 8.0
Misc.
Update Creation Date: 2011-08-02 04:12:46 UTC
Study Creation Date: 2011-04-18 18:00:26 UTC
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ADA ID: au.edu.anu.ada.ddi.00497-hh
Database Study ID: 3239
Updated At: 2011-08-02 04:12:46 UTC
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Variable ID: V27
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