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ZA3680: International Social Survey Programme: Social Relations and Support Systems - ISSP 2001

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Citation Citation ISSP Research Group (2003): International Social Survey Programme: Social Relations and Support Systems - ISSP 2001. GESIS Data Archive, Cologne. ZA3680 Data file Version 1.0.0, https://doi.org/10.4232/1.3680
Study No.ZA3680
TitleInternational Social Survey Programme: Social Relations and Support Systems - ISSP 2001
Current Version1.0.0, 2010-4-13, https://doi.org/10.4232/1.3680 (Publication Year 2003)
Date of Collection01.2000 - 04.2002
Principal Investigator/ Authoring Entity, Institution
  • Kelley, Jonathan - Melbourne Institute of Applied Social Research, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
  • Sikora, Joanna - Melbourne Institute of Applied Social Research, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
  • Evans, Mariah - Melbourne Institute of Applied Social Research, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
  • Haller, Max - Institut für Soziologie, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Graz, Austria
  • Hadler, Markus - Institut für Soziologie, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Graz, Austria
  • Ressler, Regine - Institut für Soziologie, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Graz, Austria
  • Scalon, Maria C. - Instituto Universitario de Pesquisas do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Pyman, Heather - Carleton University Survey Centre, Ottawa, Canada
  • Pammett, Jon H. - Carleton University Survey Centre, Ottawa, Canada
  • Lehmann, Carla - Centro de Estudios Públicos, Santiago, Chile
  • Valenzuela, Paulina - Centro de Estudios Públicos, Santiago, Chile
  • Papageorgiou, Bambos - Centre of Applied Research, Cyprus College, Nicosia, Cyprus
  • Plecitá-Vlachová, Klára - Institute of Sociology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic
  • Andersen, Jørgen G. - Department of Economics, Politics and Public Administration, Ålborg University, Ålborg, Denmark
  • Tonboe, Jens Chr. - Department of Social Studies and Organization, Ålborg University, Ålborg, Denmark
  • Tobiasen, Mette - Department of Economics, Politics and Public Administration, Ålborg University, Ålborg, Denmark
  • Lolle, Henrik - Department of Economics, Politics and Public Administration, Ålborg University, Ålborg, Denmark
  • Torpe, Lars - Department of Economics, Politics and Public Administration, Ålborg University, Ålborg, Denmark
  • Andersen, Jørgen - Department of Economics, Politics and Public Administration, Ålborg University, Ålborg, Denmark
  • Clement, Sanne L. - Department of Economics, Politics and Public Administration, Ålborg University, Ålborg, Denmark
  • Nielsen, Hans J. - Department of Political science, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Andersen, Bjarne H. - Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Kjær, Ulrik - Department of Political Science, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark
  • Borre, Ole - Department of Political Science, University of Aarhus, Denmark
  • Togeby, Lise - Department of Political Science, University of Aarhus, Denmark
  • Harkness, Janet - ZUMA, Mannheim, Germany
  • Mohler, Peter Ph. - ZUMA, Mannheim, Germany
  • Braun, Michael - ZUMA, Mannheim, Germany
  • Scholz, Evi - ZUMA, Mannheim, Germany
  • Jowell, Roger - National Centre for Social Research, London, Great Britain
  • Bromley, Catherine - National Centre for Social Research, London, Great Britain
  • Exley, Sonia - National Centre for Social Research, London, Great Britain
  • Park, Alison - National Centre for Social Research, London, Great Britain
  • Thomson, Katerina - National Centre for Social Research, London, Great Britain
  • Jarvis, Lindsey - National Centre for Social Research, London, Great Britain
  • Róbert, Peter - TÁRKI RT - Social Research Center, Budapest, Hungary
  • Utasi, Agnes - Inst. of Political Science, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary
  • Diotallevi, Luca - CENSIS, Roma, Italy
  • Lubrano, Giuseppe - CENSIS, Roma, Italy
  • Altieri, Monica - CENSIS, Roma, Italy
  • Blom, Raino - Department of Sociology and Social Psychology, University of Tampere, Tampere, Finland
  • Melin, Harri - Department of Sociology and Social Psychology, University of Tampere, Tampere, Finland
  • Tanskanen, Eero - Statistics Finland, Helsinki, Finland
  • Lemel, Yannick - FRANCE-ISSP Association (Centre de Recherche en Économie et Statistique), Laboratoire de Sociologie Quantitative, Malakoff, France
  • Forsé, Michel - Observatoire Français des Conjonctures Économiques (OFCE), Paris, France
  • Aramaki, Hiroshi - NHK, Broadcasting Culture Research Institute, Public Opinion Research Division, Tokyo, Japan
  • Onodera, Noriko - NHK, Broadcasting Culture Research Institute, Public Opinion Research Division, Tokyo, Japan
  • Lewin-Epstein, Noah - Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Yuchtman-Yaar, Eppie - Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Dowds, Lizanne - School of Policy Studies, University of Ulster at Jordanstown, Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland
  • Devine, Pauline - Institute of Governance, Public Policy and Social Research, Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland
  • Tabuns, Aivars - Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia
  • Koroleva, IIlze - Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia
  • Skjåk, Knut K. - Norwegian Social Science Data Services (NSD), Bergen, Norway
  • Fløtten, Tone - Fafo Institute for Applied Social Science, Oslo, Norway
  • Evenshaug, Oddbjørn - Pedagogisk forskningsinstitutt, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway
  • Hallen, Dag - Pedagogisk forskningsinstitutt, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway
  • Halvorsen, Knut - Oslo University College, Oslo, Norway
  • Saglie, Jo - The Institute for Social Research, Oslo, Norway
  • Gendall, Philip - Massey University, Department of Marketing, Palmerston North, New Zealand
  • Guerrero, Linda L.B. - Social Weather Stations, Quezon City, Philippines
  • Mangahas, Mahar - Social Weather Stations, Quezon City, Philippines
  • Abad, Ricardo G. - Social Weather Stations, Quezon City, Philippines
  • Cichomski, Bogdan - Institute for Social Studies, Warsaw University (ISS UW) and Warsaw School of Social Psychology (SWPS), Warsaw, Poland
  • Khakhulina, Ludmila - Russian Centre for Public Opinion and Market Research (VCIOM), University of Moscow, Moscow, Russia
  • Toš, Niko - Public Opinion and Mass Communication Research Centre (CJMMK), Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Pillay, Udesh - Human Science Research Council (HSRC), Pretoria, South Africa
  • Díez-Nicolás, Juan - Análisis Sociológicos Económicos y Políticos, ASEP, Madrid, Spain
  • Joye, Dominique - Swiss Information and Data Archive for the Social Sciences (SIDOS), Neuchâtel, Switzerland
  • Davis, James A. - National Opinion Research Center (NORC), Chicago, USA
  • Smith, Tom W. - National Opinion Research Center (NORC), Chicago, USA
  • Marsden, Peter V. - Department of Sociology, Harvard University, Cambridge, USA

Content

AbstractSocial relations and social network. Topics: Number of adult brothers and sisters; frequency of personal (visits, meetings) and non-personal contacts (telephone, letter, fax or e-mail) with the parents, brothers and sisters and own children; time for the journey to where the mother lives, frequency of the contacts to relatives (uncles and aunts, cousins, parents-in-law, brothers-in-law or sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews, godparents); number of close friends at work place, in the neighbourhood, and in general; sex of best close friend; frequency of contact to the best friend; participation in activities of groups like sports club, charitable organisation, neighbourhood, political party, an association, and a church or religious organisation; first and second contact person for support in respondent’s household, at money problems and in case of a depression; frequency of helping others in household, by loaning money, by talking to depressed persons and in giving help at job search; information source at the search for the present job; importance of character traits of close friends: Intelligence, helpfulness, understanding and enjoyable company (scale); attitude to the moral obligation of adult children to care for their parents; people who are better off should help friends who are less well off; attitude to development of friendships to once own advantage; attitude to a state responsibility to provide the childcare and an adequate standard of living for old people; personal luck assessment; feeling of being overused by family, relatives or friends; trust in neighbours (scale); duration of living at the place of residence; political efficacy; frequency of political discussions with friends. Demography: Country; number of children less than 18 years and over 18 years; sex; age; marital status; steady life-partner; education: years in school; employment status of the person asked and his partner (ISCO88); supervisor status; self-employed and number of employees; hours worked weekly; religious denomination; church attendance; self-assessment of social class; union membership; political self-assessment on a left-right continuum; household size; household composition; urban or rural area. Additionally coded: interview method.
Categories Categories
  • Society, Culture
Topics Topics
  • 5.8 Social behaviour and attitudes
  • 13 Social stratification and groupings
  • 13.3 Family life and marriage

Methodology

Geographic Coverage
  • Australia (AU)
  • Austria (AT)
  • Brazil (BR)
  • Canada (CA)
  • Chile (CL)
  • Cyprus (CY)
  • Czech Republic (CZ)
  • Denmark (DK)
  • Finland (FI)
  • France (FR)
  • Germany (DE)
  • Great Britain (GB-GBN)
  • Hungary (HU)
  • Israel (IL)
  • Italy (IT)
  • Japan (JP)
  • Latvia (LV)
  • New Zealand (NZ)
  • Northern Ireland (GB-NIR)
  • Norway (NO)
  • Philippines (PH)
  • Poland (PL)
  • Russian Federation (RU)
  • Slovenia (SI)
  • Spain (ES)
  • South Africa (ZA)
  • Switzerland (CH)
  • United States (US)
UniverseAge: 18 years old and older
Analysis Unit Analysis Unit
  • Individual
Sampling Procedure Sampling Procedure
  • Probability
Sampling procedures differ for the individual countries: Partly simple, partly multi-stage stratified random sample
Mode of Collection Mode of Collection
  • Interview
  • Self-administered questionnaire
Oral, paper and pencil resp. postal interview with standardised questionnaire
Time Method Time Method
  • Cross-section
Kind of Data Kind of Data
  • Numeric
Data CollectorDatacol, Canberra (Malcolm Mearns, principal), Australia; Institute for Empirical Social Research (IFES), Vienna, Austria; SC & C, Prague, Czech Republic; Carleton University Survey Centre, Ottawa, Canada; Centro de Estudios Públicos, Santiago, Chile; Car, Cyprus College, Nicosia, Cyprus; SFI SURVEY, Copenhagen, Denmark; Statistics Finland, Helsinki, Finland; France-ISSP, France; Institut für angewandte Sozialwissenschaft (INFAS), Bonn, Germany; National Centre for Social Research, London, Great Britain; TÁRKI RT - Social Research Center, Budapest, Hungary; B. I. and Lucille Cohen, Israel; Department of Marketing, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand; Research and Evaluation Services (RES), Northern Ireland; Norwegian Gallup Institute AS, Oslo, Norway; Social Weather Stations (SWS), Quezon City, Philippines; Public Opinion Research Centre (CBOS), Warsaw, Poland; Russian Centre for Public Opinion and Market Research (VCIOM), Moskow, Russia; Public Opinion and Mass Communication Research Centre (CJMMK), Ljubljana, Slovenia; Community Agency for Social Enquiry (CASE), Johannesburg, South Africa ASEP, Spain; IHA-GfK, Institut für Marktanalysen AG, Hergiswil, Switzerland; MIS Trend, Institut pour l’étude des marchés et les sondages d’opinion, Lausanne, Switzerland; National Opinion Research Center (NORC), Chicago, USA
Date of Collection
  • 01.2000 - 04.2002

Errata & Versions

VersionDate, Name, DOI
1.0.0 (current version)2010-4-13 Version number created automatically (implementation of a uniform versioning policy) https://doi.org/10.4232/1.3680 (Publication Year unknown)
Errata in current version
DateSubjectDescription
2005-3-10party_lr (R: Party affiliation: left - right): AustriaA user alerted us to a deviation from the standard coding for the variable PARTY_LR (respondent´s party affiliation recoded to a left-right scheme). In the case of Austria, the variable PARTY_LR is not based on the recoded party preference, but on the respondent´s self placement on a left-right scale. This means that the labels of PARTY_LR are entirely misleading for Austria - do not use the PARTY_LR variable from the integrated data set for that country! Users wishing to work with a recoded party preference (for comparison with PARTY_LR for other countries) can find the Austrian party preference data in variable A_PRTY and can construct their own left-right recoding of parties with that variable. Furthermore, the CD-ROM contains a separate Austrian country data set which has all involved variables in a technically correct form: A_PRTY, PARTY_LR in 5-point version of the left-right self placement scale and PARTYBIS with the original 10-point left-right self placement scale. Code 11 in PARTY_LR from the country data set is "don´t know". Note that even PARTY_LR in the Austrian country data set does not contain left-right codes derived from the preferred party´s left-right position, as ISSP standards would require.
2005-9-23V38/V39 (Borrow a large sum of money): Incorrect codebook informationThe codebook information describing the categories of variables V38 and V39 is incorrect. Please refer to the value labels in the SPSS data set.
2005-9-23V65 (Q39 How often:political discussion w friend) - Russia: Deviation in question wording and codingThe question text that was used in Russian translation: ´How often do you discuss politics with others?´ with the answer categories: 1. often, 2. sometimes, 3. seldom, 4. never, 8. hard to say. These differences must be taken into account when including Russia in international comparisons of V65.
2006-4-3D_RINC (R income Germany); D_INCO (Household income Germany): No dataAccidentally there is no data in the German income variables D_RINC (Respondent´s income) and D_INCO (Household income) within the integrated file. Users can receive the German country file via e-mail: isspservice@gesis.org).
2007-3-25MODE (Administrative mode of data collection) - Poland: coding errorIn case of Poland and variable MODE, code 1 ´Face to face´ should be corrected to code 30 ´Self-completion, interviewer attending´ and the values of code 32 ´Collected´ should be recoded to code 1 ´Face to face´. In SPSS, you can fix this as follows: Do if v3=16. Recode MODE (1=30) (32=1) (else=copy). End if. Execute.
2017-7-11V8 (How many adult children) - Norway: Data errorFor Norway, a data error happened. An update is available on request at: isspservice@gesis.org
2017-7-11Region - Italy: Variable missiingThe region variable for Italy is missing in the dataset, but now available on request at: isspservice@gesis.org
2017-7-11SEX - Chile: Presumably, categories 1 and 2 reversed.For Chile, categories 1 (male) and 2 (female) seem to be reversed.
2018-2-1Information on identified duplicated records in ISSP datasets:Please, check in document ‘ZA1490_All_Overview_Duplicated Records.xlsx’ in tab ‘Data & Documents’, subtab ’Other Documents’, whether the dataset at hand contains any identified duplicated records. The document also offers recommendations for treatment.
Version changes

Further Remarks

NotesData and documentation of this ISSP module were processed by ASEP/JDS in Madrid, Spain (http://www.asep-sa.com and http://www.jdsurvey.net) in accordance with a cooperation agreement with the ZA. Data formats and documentation standards can therefore be different from the other studies of the series.
Number of Units: 37188
Number of Variables: 89
Data Type: -
Analysis System(s): -

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  •  International Social Survey Programme (ISSP)
    The International Social Survey Programme (ISSP) is a continuing annual program of cross-national survey collaboration, covering a wide range of topics important for social science research. Since 1985 the ISSP provides international data sets, enabling cross-cultural and cross-temporal research.
  • ISSP - Module Topic: Social Networks
    ‘Social Networks’ is one of the eleven ISSP topic modules. ISSP Social Networks modules essentially deal with issues, such as nature and contacts with family members and friends, participation in associations and groups, duties and rights in social networks and social trust. Since the thematic focus has changed across years and these modules only share the basic idea of measuring social networks, they are not being regarded as replicated ISSP modules.