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Data Type
Survey data
ID Number
A1-CUM-0022
Title
Social Well-Being Survey in Asia, 2015-2017
Alternative Title
SoWSA
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12236/23941
Series
Social Well-Being Survey in Asia
Citation
International Consortium for Social Well-Being Studies . Social Well-Being Survey in Asia, 2015-2017 [Dataset]. (Indonesia) Universitas Indonesia, (Japan) Senshu University, (South Korea) Seoul National University, (The Philippines) Ateneo de Manila University, (Thailand) Chulalongkorn University, (Taiwan) Academia Sinica, (Vietnam) Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences[Producers]. Korea Social Science Data Archive (KOSSDA) [Distributors], 2020-06-25, A1-CUM-0022, V2.0, http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12236/23941
Project Title
Forming a Social Well-being Research Consortium in Asia (2014-2018)
Principal Investigator(s)
International Consortium for Social Well-Being Studies
Co-Investigator(s)
Paulus Wirutomo / Department of Sociology, Universitas Indonesia
Iwan Gardono Sudjatmiko / Department of Sociology, Universitas Indonesia
Francisia SSE Seda / Department of Sociology, Universitas Indonesia
Lugina Setyawati / Department of Sociology, Universitas Indonesia
Evelyn Suleeman / Department of Sociology, Universitas Indonesia
Daisy Indira Yasmine / Department of Sociology, Universitas Indonesia
Yosef Hilarius Timu Pera / Department of Sociology, Universitas Indonesia
Roy Ferdy Gunawan / Department of Sociology, Universitas Indonesia
Hiroo Harada / School of Economics, Senshu University
Takeko Iinuma / School of Economics, Senshu University
Juichi Inada / School of Economics, Senshu University
Satoshi Kambara / School of Commerce, Senshu University
Masayuki Kanai / School of Human Sciences, Senshu University
Takao Koike / School of Economics, Senshu University
Yuichi Marumo / Center for Social Well-being Studies, Senshu University
Hidekazu Miyagawa / Center for Social Well-being Studies, Senshu University
Shunsuke Murakami / School of Economics, Senshu University
Toraaki Nakamura / Center for Social Well-being Studies, Senshu University
Hideo Ohashi / School of Economics, Senshu University
Jun Oyane / School of Human Sciences, Senshu University
Katsumi Shimane / School of Human Sciences, Senshu University
Naomi Suzuki / School of Economics, Senshu University
Keitaro Yazaki / Center for Social Well-being Studies, Senshu University
Guangyun Zhang / Center for Social Well-being Studies, Senshu University
Jaeyeol Yee / Department of Sociology, Seoul National University
Hyun-Chin Lim / Department of Sociology, Seoul National University
EunYoung Nam / Asia Center, Seoul National University
Dokyun Kim / Asia Center, Seoul National University
Ee-Sun Kim / Department of Sociology, Seoul National University
Emma E. Porio / Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Ateneo de Manila University
Justin See / Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Ateneo de Manila University
Dioscora Bolong / Ateneo de Manila University
Cecile Uy / Ateneo de Manila University
Emily Roque-Sarmiento / Ateneo de Manila University
Surichai Wun’gaeo / Chulalongkorn University
Vithaya Kulsomboon / Chulalongkorn University Social Research Institute
Surangrut Jumnianpol / Chulalongkorn University Social Research Institute
Nithi Naungjamnong / Faculty of Social Sciences, Naresuan University
Pinwadee Srisupan / Faculty of Liberal Arts, Ubon Ratchathani University
Montakarn Chimmamee / Chulalongkorn University Social Research Institute
Ming-Chang Tsai / Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies, RCHSS, Academia Sinica
Yow-Suen Sen / Department of Sociology, National Taipei University
Yi-fu Chen / Department of Sociology, National Taipei University
Tsui-o Tai / Department of Sociology, National Taipei University
Hsiu-Jen Yeh / Department of Social Welfare, National Chung Cheng University
Chin-hui Liao / Department of Sociology, National Taipei University
Dang Nguyen Anh / Institute of Sociology, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences
Nguyen Duc Vinh / Institute of Sociology, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences
Nguyen Thi Minh Phuong / Institute of Sociology, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences
Nghiem Thi Thuy / Institute of Sociology, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences
Hoang Vu Linh Chi / Institute of Sociology, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences
Pham Ngoc Tan / Institute of Sociology, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences
Producer(s)
(Indonesia) Universitas Indonesia(Japan) Senshu University(South Korea) Seoul National University(The Philippines) Ateneo de Manila University(Thailand) Chulalongkorn University(Taiwan) Academia Sinica(Vietnam) Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences
Fundings
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology-Japan (2014-2018, S1491003), Senshu University, Research Organization of Information and Systems (2017-2019, 002RP2017, 003RP2018, 022RP2019), Universitas Indonesia
Copyright
Center for Social Well-being Studies, Senshu University
Depositor(s)
(Indonesia) Universitas Indonesia(Japan) Senshu University(South Korea) Seoul National University(The Philippines) Ateneo de Manila University(Thailand) Chulalongkorn University(Taiwan) Academia Sinica(Vietnam) Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences
Date of Deposit
2017-10-10
Distributor(s)
Korea Social Science Data Archive (KOSSDA)
Date of Distribution
2020-06-25
Version
V2.0
Date of Version
2020-06-25
Version History
○ 2020-06-25 V2.0 (current version)
- Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam added.
- The title of this data set has changed into the "Social Well-Being Survey in Asia, 2015-2017".
○ 2019-11-16 V1.1
https://kossda.snu.ac.kr/handle/20.500.12236/23427
- The value labels of the variable name F31L_JP1, F32L_JP1, F31L_KR1, F32L_KR1, F31L_TW1, F32L_TW1, and R03 have been revised and fixed.
- Citation statement has been revised.
○ 2019-06-27 V1.0 First edition release.
- This version has merged the data collected in the three East Asian countries of Japan, Korea, and Taiwan.
- The title of data was the "Social Well-Being Survey in Asia, 2015-2017 : Japan, South Korea, Taiwan".
Abstract
This data was collected in three East and four Southeast Asian societies, including Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, The Philippines, Thailand, Taiwan, and Vietnam in 2015-2017 by using a standard questionnaire for social well-being, developed by the Center for Social Well-being Studies, Senshu University.
Social well-being is measured by a set of multi-layered indicators that reflect well-functioning of individuals and society at the micro- (demographic and socio-economic traits of individuals), meso- (interpersonal relations), and macro-levels (a society as a whole).
The aim of survey was not only to measure the level of social well-being in each society but also to dissect association structure and the mechanism of social well-being in each society by multi-variate analyses utilizing measures across the three layers. Along with this framework, the standard questionnaire was designed to measure micro-, meso-, and macro-level factors of social well-being in the following four sections.
1) Social well-being (macro-level measures): subjective happiness, overall and domain satisfactions, Cantril ladder, perceived domain unfairness, discrimination experiences, attitudes toward social inequality, perceived living standards, etc.
2) Social capital (meso-level measures): trust, social interactions, engagement in community and civic activities, bond with the dead, etc.
3) Risk and social safety network (meso-level measures): experiences of individual and collective disasters, confidence in social institutions, etc.
4) Face sheet (micro-level measures): gender, age, religion, marital status, household size, household structure, housing, education including parents and spouse, employment including parents and spouse, personal and household income, time usage for work and life, media usage, caring and nursing, etc.
Keywords
Social well-beingsubjective well-beingquality of lifehappinesslife satisfactionCantril laddersocial capitaltrustconfidence in institutionscivic engagementdisasterJapanSouth KoreaTaiwanIndonesiaThe PhilippinesThailandVietnamAsiaEast AsiaSoutheast Asia
Time Periods
2015-2017
Date of Collection
2015-02-28~2017-08-12
Countries
Indonesia; Japan; South Korea; The Philippines; Thailand; Taiwan; Vietnam
Geographic Coverage
Asia; (Japan, South Korea, The Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam) Nationwide; (Taiwan) Nationwide excluding off-shore islands; (Indonesia) The islands of Java and Bali, urban and sub urban areas only
Unit of Analysis
Individual
Universe
Persons aged 20-69
Time Method
One Time Cross-sectional
Data Source
Population group
Data Collector(s)
(Indonesia) Kompas Research Center; (Japan, Taiwan) Nikkei Research, Inc.; (South Korea) Hyundai Research Institute; (The Philippines) Ateneo de Manila University; (Thailand) Social Research Institute, Chulalongkorn University; (Vietnam) Institute of Sociology, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences
Mode of Data Collection
Face-to-face interview (Indonesia, The Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam); Web survey (Japan, Taiwan); Web survey, partly telephone survey (South Korea)
Sampling Procedure
(Indonesia) Proportional Multistage Random Sampling; (Japan, South Korea, The Philippines, Thailand, Taiwan, Vietnam) Proportionate quota sampling
For detailed information on sampling methods, see the KOSSDA Survey Report.
Number of Cases
Total 20,491 [(Indonesia) 1,248 / (Japan) 11,786 / (South Korea) 2,000 / (The Philippines) 1,065 / (Thailand) 995 / (Taiwan) 2,303 / (Vietnam) 1,094]
Response Rates
(Japan) 11.4% (per invitations); (Indonesia, South Korea, The Philippines, Thailand, Taiwan, Vietnam) Not available
Weighting
The data contain a weight variable only for Indonesia.
Cleaning Operations
1) This dataset is an integrated version of data collected in 7 Asian countries. Some of the variables have been created and computed for comparative studies.
2) The universe of each survey varies from country to country. For the comparative purpose, the respondents who are aged 20 to 69 are selected and included in the merged data set.
3) The standard questionnaire was used as a base questionnaire for the survey. However several question items and response categories were modified and added to reflect the characteristics and circumstances of each country.
For more information, see the Coding Guide and Survey Report.
Data Format
Numeric
Extent of Collection
Questionnaire (pdf); CodingGuide (xlsx); SurveyReport (pdf); Data (sav, dta)
Language
Questionnaire (English, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Vietnamese); CodingGuide (English); SurveyReport (English); Data (English)
Availability Status
Public Use
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