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서울아동패널조사, 2008

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Data Type
Survey data
ID Number
A1-2008-0080
Title
Seoul Panel Study of Children, 2008
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12236/14156
Series
Seoul Panel Study of Children
Citation
Lee, Bong Joo. Seoul Panel Study of Children, 2008 [Dataset]. Working Group for Seoul Panel Study of Children, the Center for Social Sciences, Seoul National University[Producers]. Korea Social Science Data Archive (KOSSDA) [Distributors], 2011-07-04, A1-2008-0080, V1.0, http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12236/14156
Principal Investigator(s)
Lee, Bong Joo / Department of Social Welfare, Seoul National University
Co-Investigator(s)
Ku, In-Hoe / Department of Social Welfare, Seoul National University
Park, Hyun-Sun / Graduate School Public Administration, Sejong University
Chung, Ick-Joong / Graduate School of Social Welfare, Ewha Womans University
Hwang, Jae_Won / Center for Social Sciences, Seoul National University
Kim, Cae-One / Center for Social Sciences, Seoul National University
Producer(s)
Working Group for Seoul Panel Study of Children, the Center for Social Sciences, Seoul National University
Fundings
Korea Research Foundation
Copyright
Working Group for Seoul Panel Study of Children, the Center for Social Sciences, Seoul National University
Depositor(s)
Lee, Bong Joo
Date of Deposit
2011-04-04
Distributor(s)
Korea Social Science Data Archive (KOSSDA)
Date of Distribution
2011-07-04
Version
V1.0
Date of Version
2017~~
Abstract
The 「Seoul Panel Study of Children」 is a research survey being conducted from 2004 until 2011 to collect longitudinal data on the socio-emotional development and academic achievements, daily life and health, as well as family environment and household characteristics of children living in poverty to determine the impact of poverty on the development of children from a viewpoint based on the various stages of life. This survey is being conducted annually since 2004 among the fourth grade students attending elementary school and their parents as paired panels.
This data was collected in 2008 from the fifth wave of the survey and the questionnaires were designed separately for the children and parents. The questionnaire for the children was composed of questions on emotions and psychological state, school life, daily life and health, family environment and household characteristics and the questionnaire for the parents was composed of questions on household characteristics. The main questions of the survey are as follows.
1. Emotions and psychological state: depression, anxiety, withdrawal, attention, propensity for aggression, etc.
2. School life and plans for the future: psychological school environment, attitude toward learning, bond with teacher, school grades, participation in youth activities, peer relations, experience of deviation and delinquency, awareness of self identity and future goals, and desired occupation, etc.
3. Daily life and health: experience of skipping meals, state of health, height and weight, counselor, experience of working a part-time job, activities after returning home from school, experience of receiving public assistance, etc.
4. Family environment and household characteristics
1) Children: experience of abuse, parent's interest and participation in education, number of family members living together, whether or not parents are biological parents, marital status of parents, level of education and working conditions of parents, type of housing tenure, household economic status, social cohesiveness of residence, etc.
2) Parents: level of education and working conditions of parents, experience of receiving public assistance, household income and expenditures, and expenses on private education, etc.
Keywords
panel surveychildrenadolescentschild developmentpovertypoor childrenchildren in povertychild povertyacademic achievementemotional developmentemotional disturbancesaggressivenessaggressionschool lifeteacher-student relationshipyouth activitiesjuvenile delinquencyjuvenile delinquencypeer relationshipcareer choicepart-time jobArbeitfamily environmenthome environmentfamily relationsparent-child relationshipchild educationprivate educationabusechild abuseresidential environmentsocial supportsocial support아동패널청소년발달
Topics
Youth/ Socialization
Date of Collection
2008-10~2008-11
Countries
Korea
Geographic Coverage
Seoul
Unit of Analysis
individual
Universe
1,785 fourth grade students enrolled in 11 elementary schools in Seoul and their parents (in the year 2004)
Time Method
longitudinal panel study
Data Collector(s)
Gallup Korea
Freq. of Data Collection
every year since 2004
Mode of Data Collection
self-administered questionnaire survey
Sampling Procedure
1. A “Gu” in Seoul was randomly selected.
2. All elementary schools in the selected “Gu” were sorted by the number of underfed children and the level of parents’ education and income.
3. The schools in the sorted list were stratified 11 schools in low-income area and 21 schools in general area.
4. To oversample children from low-income household, 8 schools in low-income area and 3 schools in general area were selected.
5. fourth grade students from these 11 schools and their parents were included in the panel for this study.
Number of Cases
1,533 (valid)
Response Rates
1,533 (유효사례)
Extent of Collection
Questionnaire(pdf) ; Codebook(pdf) ; Data(sav)
Language
Questionnaire-Korean ; Codebook-Korean ; Data-Korean
Availability Status
Public Use
File Information
File Type File Name File Description File Format File Size Download
Related Documents-Questionnaire(Korean) kor_que_20080080_p.pdf 설문지 (한글)-부모 PDF 290.51 kB 다운로드
Related Documents-Questionnaire(Korean) kor_que_20080080_r.pdf 설문지 (한글)-청소년 PDF 811.53 kB 다운로드
Related Documents-Codebook(Korean) kor_codebook_20080080.pdf 코드북 (한글) PDF 340.9 kB 다운로드

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