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부산시 가족실태조사, 2008

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Data Type
Survey data
ID Number
A1-2008-0077
Title
Busan Metropolitan City Family Survey, 2008
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12236/14246
Citation
Kim, Hyun-Ji. Busan Metropolitan City Family Survey, 2008 [Dataset]. Busan Women and Family Development Institute[Producers]. Korea Social Science Data Archive (KOSSDA) [Distributors], 2011-10-07, A1-2008-0077, V1.0, http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12236/14246
Principal Investigator(s)
Kim, Hyun-Ji / Busan Women and Family Development Institute
Co-Investigator(s)
Kim, Yeong-Ye / Busan Women and Family Development Institute
Lee, Ok-Kyeon / Busan Women and Family Development Institute
Chun, Young-Joo / Silla University
Joo, Kyeong-Mi / Busan Women and Family Development Institute
Producer(s)
Busan Women and Family Development Institute
Copyright
Busan Women and Family Development Institute
Depositor(s)
Busan Women and Family Development Institute
Date of Deposit
2011-03-09
Distributor(s)
Korea Social Science Data Archive (KOSSDA)
Date of Distribution
2011-10-07
Version
V1.0
Date of Version
2017~~
Abstract
The Busan Women and Family Development Institute, for the purpose of collecting preliminary data necessary for the establishment of Busan Metropolitan City's family policy implementation plan, conducted this survey to determine the types of households, family characteristics, family problems, and demand for policies on family in the Busan area.
Contents of the survey include type of household and characteristics of residence, characteristics of household members, financial status of household, family values, support of family and division of household chores, family relations, family problems, leisure activities, family health, and family policies. Specific survey questions are as follows.
1. Type of household and characteristics of residence: Number of household members, type of household, type of housing tenure, period of residence, plans to move, satisfaction with residence, etc.
2. Characteristics of household members: Gender and age of household members, level of education and occupation of household members, type of family, whether or not a double income family, etc.
3. Financial status of household: Subjective sate of household finances, average monthly household income and expenditure, average monthly expenditure by item, household debt, whether or not receiving public assistance, etc.
4. Family values: Images associated with family, perception of family and family relations, attitude towards marriage divorce and remarriage, ideal number of children, attitude toward children, attitude toward supporting parents, etc.
5. Supporting family and division of household chores: Plans for childbirth, childcare institution, hours of childcare, and childcare costs, difficulties in raising children, household member requiring care and main caregiver, difficulties in providing care, intention of utilizing nursing home or day care center, and division of labor between husband and wife, etc.
6. Family relations: Satisfaction with spouse, hours of conversation with spouse, decision maker for each important issue, frequency of contact with parents, etc.
7. Family problems: Experience of considering divorce, frequency of experiencing conflict between husband and wife by type of cause leading to conflict, experience of domestic violence, experience of receiving counseling regarding family problems and the counseling agency, family problem one wishes to receive counseling for, etc.
8. Leisure activities: Frequency of family meals, hours family spends together, main leisure activity, obstacles in participating in leisure activities, intention of participating in volunteer activities, desired area of volunteer activity, etc.
9. Family health: Subjective state of health, method of managing health, household member with chronic illness and main caregiver, type of chronic illness and cost of treatment, etc.
10. Family policy: Standard of living in Busan, level of awareness of major projects conducted, desired family support program, degree of helpfulness of major family policies and priority in implementing given policies, most necessary work-family balance assistance system, areas for improvement related to childcare, etc.
Keywords
BusanBusan Metropolitan Cityfamily policychildcare policyfamily welfarefamily problemsfamily issuesnumber of household membershousehold compositionhousing typeresidential satisfactionhousehold incomehousehold expenditurehousehold debtfamily valuessupporting one's parentscaring for parentschildrearingdivision of household laborfamily relationsspouse satisfactionmarital satisfactionrole within the familymarital conflictmarital violencedomestic violencespousal violence일가정양립
Topics
Family/ Gender
Date of Collection
2008-07-25~2008-09-05
Countries
Korea
Geographic Coverage
Busan
Unit of Analysis
individual
Universe
household heads and their spouse in Busan
Time Method
one time cross-sectional study
Data Collector(s)
Dasan Research
Mode of Data Collection
face to face interview
Sampling Procedure
quota sampling
Number of Cases
2,000 (valid)
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_20080077.pdf 설문지 (한글) PDF 288.69 kB 다운로드
Related Documents-Codebook(Korean) kor_codebook_20080077.pdf 코드북 (한글) PDF 531.34 kB 다운로드

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