Culturele veranderingen > Cultural changes in the Netherlands 1988 - CV'88

Steinmetz Archives
Becker J.W.
Nauta A.N.

The international part of this study contains questions about aspects of family life/ the national part contains questions about many social and cultural aspects of life. International part of the study: attitude towards several aspects of marriage, a working wife, ( number of ) children and divorces. National part of the study: several aspects of living situation: household composition, housing situation, presence of shops, post office, school, pub or doctor in the direct surroundings of the house / satisfaction with living: quarter, neighbours, contacts with other people in the quarter / consumption of durables / working situation: employment, working environment noise, stench, heavy physical work, monotonous work, tempo / attitude towards work and self realization / volunteer work / detailed account of leisure time activities / financial position / moving / stressful events / health: several disorders and handicaps / medical consumption / absenteeism / medical insurance / number of visits to the doctor and hospital last year / use of social services / happiness / income and education / number of holidays last year, holidays abroad, holidays out of Europe / political preference, interest and involvement / political opinion about education, environment, distribution of incomes, social security benefits, participation / r's expectations about economy one year later / preparedness for reduction of working hours / difference between income of employment and social security benefits. Background variables: basic characteristics/ residence/ housing situation/ household characteristics/ characteristics of parental family/household/ occupation/employment/ income/capital assets/ education/ social class/ politics/ religion/ consumption of durables/ readership, mass media, and 'cultural' exposure/ organizational membership

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