DCW5M Data Dictionary Mother

No. Research domain Subdomain Questionnaire number Question Variable name Formatted data values Value labels Variable type Notes
1       Mother ID at 54 month interview (Linkable to other datasets) IDN_M54M .   Identification key Randomly generated mother ID at 54 month interview. Allows linking to other datasets
 
2       Mother';s age at 54 month data collection AGE_M54M 20 <=20 Derived Mother';s age in years at 54 month interview. Categorised the low cell counts at 20 or less and 50 or more
            50 >=50    
 
3       Mother';s country of residence COUNTRY_M54M 1 New Zealand Categorised Countries other than New Zealand grouped as ';Other countries';
            2 Other countries    
 
4       Mother';s gender GENDER_M54M 1 Female Raw  
            2 Male    
 
5 Family and Whanau Parent-Child Interactions and Media Interaction 12.15 In your household are there rules for your {child/children} about the amount of computer, TV, or DVD time they are allowed? TU23_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
6     12.16 How often does someone in your household make sure that your {child/children} follow these rules? TU24_M54M 0 Never Raw  
            1 Less Than Half The Time    
            2 About Half The Time    
            3 Most Of The Time    
            4 All Of The Time    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
7   Parenting 13.1 Values and attitudes toward parenting in general - There should be a clear line of authority within the family and no doubt about who decides? PAR1_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
8     13.2 Values and attitudes toward parenting in general - Children should obey their parents? PAR2_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
9     13.3 Values and attitudes toward parenting in general - Parents should teach their children to behave properly? PAR3_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
10     13.4 Values and attitudes toward parenting in general - Children should not talk back to their parents? PAR4_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
11     13.5 Values and attitudes toward parenting in general - It is a child's responsibility to look after the parents when they need help? PAR5_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
12     13.6 Values and attitudes toward parenting in general - Parents always know what is best? PAR6_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
13 Education Early Childhood Education 14.1 Over the past year {has your child/have your children} been looked after at regular times during the week by anyone other than you? CC121_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
14     14.2 What is the MAIN reason your {child does/children do} NOT have any regular early childhood education or care arrangements at present? CC122_M54M 1 Child does not need it Categorised Combined low cell counts of ';Care not available on days/times I need it'; and ';Does not suit our cultural or ethnic beliefs'; with ';Other(Please specify)';
            2 No spare places/waiting list    
            3 Transport difficulties    
            4 No care available locally    
            5 Care not available on days/times I need it    
            6 Too expensive    
            7 Concerned with quality of care    
            8 Does not suit our cultural or ethnic beliefs    
            9 Do not want {CHILD/CHILDREN} cared for by strangers    
            97 Other (Please specify)    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
15     14.3.1 Type or types of early childhood education or care {does your child/do your children} usually attend - Kindergarten? CC70_1_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
16     14.3.2 Type or types of early childhood education or care {does your child/do your children} usually attend - Early Childhood Education Service/Childcare Centre or preschool? CC70_2_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
17     14.3.3 Type or types of early childhood education or care {does your child/do your children} usually attend - Playcentre? CC70_3_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
18     14.3.4 Type or types of early childhood education or care {does your child/do your children} usually attend - An organised home-based care programme such as Barnados or PORSE? CC70_4_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
19     14.3.5 Type or types of early childhood education or care {does your child/do your children} usually attend - Kohanga Reo? CC70_5_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
20     14.3.6 Type or types of early childhood education or care {does your child/do your children} usually attend - Pacific Islands early childhood centre? CC70_6_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
21     14.3.7 Type or types of early childhood education or care {does your child/do your children} usually attend - Nanny (not live-in)? CC70_7_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
22     14.3.8 Type or types of early childhood education or care {does your child/do your children} usually attend - Au pair or live-in Nanny? CC70_8_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
23     14.3.9 Type or types of early childhood education or care {does your child/do your children} usually attend - Grandparent? CC70_9_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
24     14.3.10 Type or types of early childhood education or care {does your child/do your children} usually attend - Other relative? CC70_10_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
25     14.3.11 Type or types of early childhood education or care {does your child/do your children} usually attend - Church crèche? CC70_11_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
26     14.3.12 Type or types of early childhood education or care {does your child/do your children} usually attend - Other crèche? CC70_12_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
27     14.3.13 Type or types of early childhood education or care {does your child/do your children} usually attend - Gym, leisure or community centre? CC70_13_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
28     14.3.14 Type or types of early childhood education or care {does your child/do your children} usually attend - Other person (includes friend or neighbour)? CC70_14_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
29     14.3.971 Type or types of early childhood education or care {does your child/do your children} usually attend - Other 1 (specify)? CC70_971_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
30       Type or types of early childhood education or care {does your child/do your children} usually attend - Other 2 (specify)? CC70_972_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
31       Type or types of early childhood education or care {does your child/do your children} usually attend - DK CC70_99_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
32     14.3.98 Type or types of early childhood education or care {does your child/do your children} usually attend - Ref CC70_98_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
33     14.4 What type of early childhood education or care {does your child/do your children} have for the most hours per week? CC123_M54M 1 Kindergarten Categorised Combined low cell counts of ';Other cheche';, ';Gym, leisure or community centre'; and ';Other person (includes friend or neighbour)'; with ';Other(Please specify)';
            2 Early Childhood Education Service /Childcare Centre or Preschool    
            3 Playcentre    
            4 An organised home-based care programme such as Barnados or PORSE    
            5 Kohanga Reo    
            6 Pacific Islands early childhood centre    
            7 Nanny (not live-in)    
            8 Au pair or live-in Nanny    
            9 Grandparent    
            10 Other relative    
            11 Church creche    
            12 Other creche    
            13 Gym, leisure or community centre    
            14 Other person (includes friend or neighbour)    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
            971 Other (Please specify)    
            972 Other (Please specify)    
 
34       What type of early childhood education or care {does your child/do your children} have for the most hours per week - Other? CC101_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
35       The reasons that you chose to use this type of early childhood education or care - It best suits our cultural needs? CC102_1_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
36       The reasons that you chose to use this type of early childhood education or care - It best suits our needs for work or study? CC102_2_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
37       The reasons that you chose to use this type of early childhood education or care - It has the best location? CC102_3_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
38       The reasons that you chose to use this type of early childhood education or care - Because of reputation of the centre or care provider? CC102_4_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
39       The reasons that you chose to use this type of early childhood education or care - Because of cost? CC102_5_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
40       The reasons that you chose to use this type of early childhood education or care - Because of the programme/policies of the centre or care provider? CC102_6_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
41       The reasons that you chose to use this type of early childhood education or care - Because of the facilities of the centre or care provider? CC102_7_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
42       The reasons that you chose to use this type of early childhood education or care - Because of the opportunities for parental involvement with the centre or care provider? CC102_8_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
43       The reasons that you chose to use this type of early childhood education or care - Other siblings use or have used this type of care? CC102_9_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
44       The reasons that you chose to use this type of early childhood education or care - It best suits their physical needs? CC102_10_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
45       The reasons that you chose to use this type of early childhood education or care - It best suits their social needs? CC102_11_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
46       The reasons that you chose to use this type of early childhood education or care - It best suits their learning needs? CC102_12_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
47       The reasons that you chose to use this type of early childhood education or care - Recommended by others? CC102_13_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
48       The reasons that you chose to use this type of early childhood education or care - It was the only available option? CC102_14_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
49       The reasons that you chose to use this type of early childhood education or care - Because of a personal relationship with the centre or care provider? CC102_15_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
50       The reasons that you chose to use this type of early childhood education or care - Other (specify)? CC102_97_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
51       The reasons that you chose to use this type of early childhood education or care - DK CC102_99_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
52       The reasons that you chose to use this type of early childhood education or care - Ref CC102_98_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
53       What is the MAIN reason that you use this type of early childhood education or care? CC103_M54M 1 It best suits our cultural needs Raw  
            2 It best suits our needs for work or study    
            3 It has the best location    
            4 Because of reputation of the centre or care provider    
            5 Because of cost    
            6 Because of the programme/policies of the centre or care provider    
            7 Because of the facilities of the centre or care provider    
            8 Because of the opportunities for parental involvement with the centre or care provider    
            9 Other siblings use or have used this type of care    
            10 It best suits their physical needs    
            11 It best suits their social needs    
            12 It best suits their learning needs    
            13 Recommended by others    
            14 It was the only available option    
            15 Because of a personal relationship with the centre or care provider    
            97 Other (Please specify)    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
54       Forms of communication used between you and this early childhood education or care arrangement - No communication? CC105_1_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
55       Forms of communication used between you and this early childhood education or care arrangement - Short face to face conversations (e.g. at arrival or departure)? CC105_2_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
56       Forms of communication used between you and this early childhood education or care arrangement - Written entries in a notebook? CC105_3_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
57       Forms of communication used between you and this early childhood education or care arrangement - Regular paper or electronic newsletters? CC105_4_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
58       Forms of communication used between you and this early childhood education or care arrangement - Notice board? CC105_5_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
59       Forms of communication used between you and this early childhood education or care arrangement - Learning story or portfolio or child profile book? CC105_6_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
60       Forms of communication used between you and this early childhood education or care arrangement - Telephone calls? CC105_7_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
61       Forms of communication used between you and this early childhood education or care arrangement - Visits to the home? CC105_8_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
62       Forms of communication used between you and this early childhood education or care arrangement - Meetings with staff? CC105_9_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
63       Forms of communication used between you and this early childhood education or care arrangement - Emails? CC105_10_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
64       Forms of communication used between you and this early childhood education or care arrangement - Social media? CC105_11_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
65       Forms of communication used between you and this early childhood education or care arrangement - Online communication boards or portfolios? CC105_12_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
66       Forms of communication used between you and this early childhood education or care arrangement - Texts? CC105_13_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
67       Forms of communication used between you and this early childhood education or care arrangement - Organised events? CC105_14_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
68       Forms of communication used between you and this early childhood education or care arrangement - Other (specify)? CC105_97_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
69       Forms of communication used between you and this early childhood education or care arrangement - DK CC105_99_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
70       Forms of communication used between you and this early childhood education or care arrangement - Ref CC105_98_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
71       Overall, how satisfied are you with the communication between you and this early childhood education or care arrangement? CC120_M54M 1 Very satisfied Raw  
            2 Satisfied    
            3 Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied    
            4 Dissatisfied    
            5 Very dissatisfied    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
72       What form of involvement do you have with this early childhood education or care arrangement - None? CC106_0_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
73       What form of involvement do you have with this early childhood education or care arrangement - Teaching or supervising? CC106_1_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
74       What form of involvement do you have with this early childhood education or care arrangement - Help with or attend activities, trips and special events? CC106_2_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
75       What form of involvement do you have with this early childhood education or care arrangement - Serve on committees? CC106_3_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
76       What form of involvement do you have with this early childhood education or care arrangement - Training or course work? CC106_4_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
77       What form of involvement do you have with this early childhood education or care arrangement - Support through fund raising, working groups, providing supplies or cleaning? CC106_5_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
78       What form of involvement do you have with this early childhood education or care arrangement - Other (specify)? CC106_97_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
79       What form of involvement do you have with this early childhood education or care arrangement - DK? CC106_99_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
80       What form of involvement do you have with this early childhood education or care arrangement - Ref? CC106_98_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
81       How satisfied are you with the effect that this early childhood education or care arrangement has had on your {child/children}'s independence? CC107_M54M 1 Very satisfied Raw  
            2 Satisfied    
            3 Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied    
            4 Dissatisfied    
            5 Very dissatisfied    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
82       How satisfied are you with the effect that this early childhood education or care arrangement has had on your {child/children}'s social skills: playing, joining in, relationships with others? CC108_M54M 1 Very satisfied Raw  
            2 Satisfied    
            3 Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied    
            4 Dissatisfied    
            5 Very dissatisfied    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
83       How satisfied are you with the effect that this early childhood education or care arrangement has had on your {child/children}'s development of language and communication? CC109_M54M 1 Very satisfied Raw  
            2 Satisfied    
            3 Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied    
            4 Dissatisfied    
            5 Very dissatisfied    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
84       How satisfied are you with the effect that this early childhood education or care arrangement has had on your {child/children}'s development of cultural awareness and/or belonging? CC116_M54M 1 Very satisfied Raw  
            2 Satisfied    
            3 Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied    
            4 Dissatisfied    
            5 Very dissatisfied    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
85       How satisfied are you with the effect that this early childhood education or care arrangement has had on your {child/children}'s pre-writing/writing skills? CC110_M54M 1 Very satisfied Raw  
            2 Satisfied    
            3 Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied    
            4 Dissatisfied    
            5 Very dissatisfied    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
86       How satisfied are you with the effect that this early childhood education or care arrangement has had on your {child/children}'s pre-reading/reading skills? CC111_M54M 1 Very satisfied Raw  
            2 Satisfied    
            3 Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied    
            4 Dissatisfied    
            5 Very dissatisfied    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
87       How satisfied are you with the effect that this early childhood education or care arrangement has had on your {child/children}'s skills with numbers? CC112_M54M 1 Very satisfied Raw  
            2 Satisfied    
            3 Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied    
            4 Dissatisfied    
            5 Very dissatisfied    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
88       How satisfied are you with the effect that this early childhood education or care arrangement has had on your {child/children}'s physical or motor skills? CC113_M54M 1 Very satisfied Raw  
            2 Satisfied    
            3 Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied    
            4 Dissatisfied    
            5 Very dissatisfied    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
89       How satisfied are you with the effect that this early childhood education or care arrangement has had on your {child/children}'s interest in music or singing? CC114_M54M 1 Very satisfied Raw  
            2 Satisfied    
            3 Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied    
            4 Dissatisfied    
            5 Very dissatisfied    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
90       How satisfied are you with the effect that this early childhood education or care arrangement has had on your {child/children}'s interest in learning and exploring? CC115_M54M 1 Very satisfied Raw  
            2 Satisfied    
            3 Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied    
            4 Dissatisfied    
            5 Very dissatisfied    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
91       On average, how much do you pay per week for ALL the early childhood education or care arrangements that your {CHILD attends/CHILDREN attend}? CC100_M54M 1 Weekly amount $_ _ _ _(range 0 - 2000) Raw  
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
92     14.21.1 On average, how much do you pay per week for ALL the early childhood education or care arrangements that your {CHILD attends/CHILDREN attend} - weekly amount? CC100_1_M54M -1 NA Categorised If not residing in New Zealand, payment for child is not applicable
            5000 5000+    
 
93   School 15.1 Do you know which school your {child/children} will attend? SS3_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
 
94     15.2.1 What type of school will your {child/children} will attend - State/Public primary school? SS4_1_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
95     15.2.2 What type of school will your {child/children} will attend - Private/independent primary school? SS4_2_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
96     15.2.3 What type of school will your {child/children} will attend - Charter/partnership school? SS4_3_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
97     15.2.4 What type of school will your {child/children} will attend - Home schooling? SS4_4_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
98     15.2.5 What type of school will your {child/children} will attend - Correspondence school?   .     Information contained in a variable SS4_97_m54M due to the low cell count
 
99     15.2.6 What type of school will your {child/children} will attend - Te kura kaupapa Maori? SS4_6_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
100     15.2.7 What type of school will your {child/children} will attend - Bilingual school/unit? SS4_7_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
101     15.2.8 What type of school will your {child/children} will attend - Religious school? SS4_8_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
102     15.2.9 What type of school will your {child/children} will attend - Special education school? SS4_9_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
103     15.2.97 What type of school will your {child/children} will attend - Other (specify)? SS4_97_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
104     15.2.99 What type of school will your {child/children} will attend - DK SS4_99_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
105     15.2.98 What type of school will your {child/children} will attend - Ref SS4_98_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
106     15.3.1 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - Primary school staff? SS24_1_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
107     15.3.2 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - ERO reports? SS24_2_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
108     15.3.3 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - National standards results? SS24_3_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
109     15.3.4 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - School website/prospectus? SS24_4_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
110     15.3.5 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - School zoning information ? SS24_5_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
111     15.3.6 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - Early childhood education or care staff or other child carers? SS24_6_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
112     15.3.7 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - Social workers or community workers? SS24_7_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
113     15.3.8 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - Other professionals (GPs etc.)? SS24_8_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
114     15.3.9 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - Older siblings or relatives already attend school? SS24_9_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
115     15.3.10 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - You and/or your partner have enough knowledge about primary school? SS24_10_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
116     15.3.11 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - Family or extended family? SS24_11_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
117     15.3.12 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - Friends? SS24_12_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
118     15.3.13 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - Parenting websites? SS24_13_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
119     15.3.14 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - Other websites? SS24_14_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
120     15.3.15 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - Books, magazines or newspapers? SS24_15_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
121     15.3.16 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - TV/radio? SS24_16_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
122     15.3.17 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - I didn't look for advice or information? SS24_17_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
123     15.3.18 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - I was unable to find advice or information? SS24_18_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
124     15.3.97 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - Other (specify)? SS24_97_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
125     15.3.99 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - DK SS24_99_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
126     15.3.98 Which of the following sources of advice or information have you accessed about what school your {child/children} might or will go to - Ref SS24_98_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
127 Health and Well being Parental Health 16.1 Thinking about your current health, in general how would you say your health is? GH1_M54M 1 Excellent Raw  
            2 Very good    
            3 Good    
            4 Fair    
            5 Poor    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
128     16.2 On average, how many standard drinks of alcohol (beer, wine, and spirits) do you currently have per week? ALC7_M54M 1 I do not currently drink alcohol Categorised All participants who responded ';11 (40+ drinks per week)'; were added to ';10 (20-39 drinks per week)'; to protect their identification
            2 Less than 1 drink per week    
            3 1 drink per week    
            4 2 drinks per week    
            5 3 drinks per week    
            6 4-6 drinks per week    
            7 7-9 drinks per week    
            8 10-14 drinks per week    
            9 15-19 drinks per week    
            10 20-39 drinks per week    
            11 40+ drinks per week    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
129     16.3 How often do you drink six or more standard alcoholic drinks on one occasion? ALC5_M54M 0 Never Raw  
            1 Less than monthly    
            2 Monthly    
            3 Weekly    
            4 Daily or almost daily    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
130     16.4 How many standard alcoholic drinks do you have on a typical day when you are drinking? ALC8_M54M 1 One or two Raw  
            2 Three or four    
            3 Five or six    
            4 Seven to nine    
            5 Ten or more    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
131     16.5 Have you ever sought help in relation to alcohol use? ALC6_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
132     16.6 Do you currently smoke regularly, at least one cigarette a day? SM4_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
133     16.7 How many cigarette per day, on average, do you currently smoke? SM5_M54M 1 Number of cigarettes Raw  
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
134     16.7.1 How many cigarette per day, on average, do you currently smoke - number of cigarettes? SM5_1_M54M 25 25+ Categorised Categorise upper extreme at 25+
 
135     16.8 Have you ever sought any help to quit or cut down on cigarette smoking? SM13_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
136     16.9 How many people (including yourself) who live in your household smoke cigarettes? SM15_M54M 1 No one Raw  
            2 Number of people    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
137     16.9.1 How many people (including yourself) who live in your household smoke cigarettes - number of people? SM15_1_M54M 1 1 person Categorised Categorise upper extreme at 6+
            2 2 people    
            3 3 people    
            4 4 people    
            5 5 people    
            6 6+ people    
 
138     16.10 Does anyone ever smoke in the same room that your {child is/children are} in? SM14_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
139     16.11 Does anyone ever smoke in the same room that your {child is/children are} in - how often? SM12_M54M 1 Rarely i.e less than once a week Raw  
            2 Occasionally, or a few times a week    
            3 Often i.e every day or almost every day of the week    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
140   Motivation and Emotion 17.1 Over the LAST TWO WEEKS, how often have you been bothered by the following problems - Little interest or pleasure in doing things? PH1_M54M 1 Not at all Raw For Q17.1-17.10, please refer to Table 2 in External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
            2 Several days    
            3 More than half the days    
            4 Nearly every day    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
141     17.2 Over the LAST TWO WEEKS, how often have you been bothered by the following problems - Feeling down, depressed, or hopeless? PH2_M54M 1 Not at all Raw  
            2 Several days    
            3 More than half the days    
            4 Nearly every day    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
142     17.3 Over the LAST TWO WEEKS, how often have you been bothered by the following problems - Trouble falling or staying asleep, or sleeping too much? PH3_M54M 1 Not at all Raw  
            2 Several days    
            3 More than half the days    
            4 Nearly every day    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
143     17.4 Over the LAST TWO WEEKS, how often have you been bothered by the following problems - Feeling tired or having little energy? PH4_M54M 1 Not at all Raw  
            2 Several days    
            3 More than half the days    
            4 Nearly every day    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
144     17.5 Over the LAST TWO WEEKS, how often have you been bothered by the following problems - Poor appetite or overeating? PH5_M54M 1 Not at all Raw  
            2 Several days    
            3 More than half the days    
            4 Nearly every day    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
145     17.6 Over the LAST TWO WEEKS, how often have you been bothered by the following problems - Feeling bad about yourself - or that you are a failure or have let yourself or your family down? PH6_M54M 1 Not at all Raw  
            2 Several days    
            3 More than half the days    
            4 Nearly every day    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
146     17.7 Over the LAST TWO WEEKS, how often have you been bothered by the following problems - Trouble concentrating on things, such as reading the newspaper or watching television? PH7_M54M 1 Not at all Raw  
            2 Several days    
            3 More than half the days    
            4 Nearly every day    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
147     17.8 Over the LAST TWO WEEKS, how often have you been bothered by the following problems - Moving or speaking so slowly that other people could have noticed? Or the opposite - being so fidgety or restless that you have been moving around a lot more than usual? PH8_M54M 1 Not at all Raw  
            2 Several days    
            3 More than half the days    
            4 Nearly every day    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
148     17.9 Over the LAST TWO WEEKS, how often have you been bothered by the following problems - Thoughts that you would be better off dead or of hurting yourself in some way? PH9_M54M 1 Not at all Raw  
            2 Several days    
            3 More than half the days    
            4 Nearly every day    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
149     17.10 Over the LAST TWO WEEKS, how often have you been bothered by the following problems - How difficult have these things made it for you to do your work, take care of things at home, or get along with other people? PH10_M54M 1 Not difficult at all Raw  
            2 Somewhat difficult    
            3 Very difficult    
            4 Extremely difficult    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
150 Culture and Identity Ethnicity and Culture 18.1 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - I have spent time trying to find out more about my ethnic or cultural group, such as its history, traditions, and customs? ETHID1_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw For Q18.1-18.12, please refer to Table 2 in External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
151     18.2 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - I am active in organisations or social groups that include mostly members of my own ethnic or cultural group? ETHID2_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
152     18.3 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - I have a clear sense of my ethnic or cultural background and what it means for me? ETHID3_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
153     18.4 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - I think a lot about how my life will be affected by my ethnic or cultural group membership? ETHID4_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
154     18.5 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - I am happy that I am a member of the ethnic or cultural group I belong to? ETHID5_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
155     18.6 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - I have a strong sense of belonging to my own ethnic or cultural group? ETHID6_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
156     18.7 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - I understand pretty well what my ethnic or cultural group membership means to me? ETHID7_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
157     18.8 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - in order to learn more about my ethnic or cultural background, I have often talked to other people about my ethnic group? ETHID8_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
158     18.9 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - I have a lot of pride in my ethnic or cultural group? ETHID9_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
159     18.10 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - I participate in cultural practices of my own ethnic or cultural group, such as special food, music, or customs? ETHID10_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
160     18.11 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - I feel a strong attachment towards my own ethnic or cultural group? ETHID11_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
161     18.12 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - I feel good about my ethnic or cultural background? ETHID12_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
162     18.13 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - I think of myself as a New Zealander? NZID1_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw For Q18.13-18.16, please refer to Table 2 in External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
163     18.14 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - I feel that I am a part of New Zealand culture? NZID2_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
164     18.15 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - I am proud of being a New Zealander? NZID3_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            95 NA    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
165     18.16 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - I am happy to be a New Zealander? NZID4_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Disagree    
            3 Neither agree nor disagree    
            4 Agree    
            5 Strongly agree    
            95 NA    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
166 Societal context and neighbourhood environment Employment 19.1 Which of the following best describes your current situation in regard to paid work? OC103_M54M 1 A paid employee (include those on leave) Raw For Q19.1-19.11, please refer to Table 2 in External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
            2 Self-employed and NOT employing others    
            3 An employer of other persons in my own business    
            4 Working in a family business or family farm with or without pay    
            5 Not currently in paid work and have a new job to start within four weeks    
            6 Not currently in paid work and not seeking work    
            7 Not currently in paid work and unavailable to work    
            8 Not currently in paid work and seeking work    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
167     19.2 How long have you been, or how long were you, seeking work? OC102_M54M 1 Less than a month Raw  
            2 One month to less than two months    
            3 Two months to less than four months    
            4 Four months to less than six months    
            5 Six months to less than a year    
            6 More than a year    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
168     19.3 What is the MAIN reason you are, or were, seeking work? OC104_M54M 1 To support my family financially Raw  
            2 To support my career    
            3 Because of the changes in the benefit system    
            4 Because I now have time available to work    
            5 Because working is expected of me    
            6 Because I want to work    
            97 Other    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
169     19.4 What is the MAIN reason you are not currently in paid work? OC100_M54M 1 Family responsibilities such as unpaid house work and childcare Categorised Combined low cell counts of ';I am retired'; and ';I am currently on leave (not parental leave)'; with ';Other(Please specify)
            2 My partner/family earns enough to support us    
            3 No jobs available    
            4 I can';t find a job that interests me    
            5 I can';t find a job with enough flexibility    
            6 I do voluntary work    
            7 It';s not worthwhile with childcare costs    
            8 Will lose government benefits if I work    
            9 I am permanently unable to work due to physical or mental disabilities    
            10 I am studying    
            11 I am retired    
            12 I am currently on parental leave    
            13 I am currently on leave (not parental leave)    
            97 Other (Please specify)    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
170     19.5 What is the MAIN reason you are currently in paid work? OC105_M54M 1 To support my family financially Raw  
            2 To support my career    
            3 My job interests me    
            4 Because of the changes in the benefit system    
            5 Because it is expected of me    
            6 Because I want to work    
            97 Other    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
171     19.6 How many paid jobs do you currently have? OCC4_M54M 1 number of jobs _ _ (range 1 - 10) Raw  
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
172     19.6.1 How many paid jobs do you currently have - number of jobs? OCC4S_M54M 1 1 job Categorised Categorise upper extreme at 4+
            2 2 jobs    
            3 3 jobs    
            4 4+ jobs    
 
173     19.7 Including overtime, how many hours a week do you usually work in all your jobs? OCC5_M54M 1 number of hours _ _ (range 0 - 90) Raw  
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
174     19.7.1 Including overtime, how many hours a week do you usually work in all your jobs - number of hours? OCC5S_M54M 70 70+ Categorised Categorise upper extreme at 70+
 
175     19.8 You have said currently that you usually work fewer than 30 hours per week, what is the MAIN reason for your working part-time hours rather than full-time hours? OCC6_M54M 1 I am caring for children Categorised Combined low cell counts of ';I am caring for disabled or elderly relatives (not children), ';I am involved in voluntary work'; and ';Because my welfare payments or pension may be affected by working full-time'; with ';Other(Please specify)';
            2 I am caring for disabled or elderly relatives (not children)    
            3 I have other personal or family responsibilities    
            4 I am also studying    
            5 I could not find full-time work    
            6 I prefer part-time work    
            7 I am involved in voluntary work    
            8 Because my welfare payments or pension may be affected by working full-time    
            9 My preferred job offers only part-time hours    
            10 I can';t get suitable childcare    
            11 I';m currently pregnant    
            12 Because of my own illness or disability    
            97 Other (Please specify)    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
176     19.9 In the job that you spend the most time on, what is your occupation?   .     Indicator variable for the open ended text responses.
 
177     19.10 Which category would you consider your job to be in? OCC8_M54M 1 Manager Raw  
            2 Professional    
            3 Technician or trades worker    
            4 Community or personal service worker    
            5 Clerical or administrative worker    
            6 Sales worker    
            7 Machinery operator or driver    
            8 Labourer    
            97 Other (Please specify)    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
178     19.11 Do you usually work on weekends? OC48_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
179     19.12 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - because of my family responsibilities I have to turn down work activities or opportunities I would prefer to take on? WL01_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw For Q19.12-19.19, please refer to Table 2 in External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
            2 Moderately disagree    
            3 Mildly disagree    
            4 Neutral    
            5 Mildly agree    
            6 Moderately agree    
            7 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
180     19.13 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - having both work and family responsibilities makes me a more well-rounded person? WL02_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Moderately disagree    
            3 Mildly disagree    
            4 Neutral    
            5 Mildly agree    
            6 Moderately agree    
            7 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
181     19.14 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - because of the requirements of my job I miss out on home or family activities I would prefer to participate in? WL03_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Moderately disagree    
            3 Mildly disagree    
            4 Neutral    
            5 Mildly agree    
            6 Moderately agree    
            7 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
182     19.15 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - managing work and family responsibilities makes me feel competent? WL04_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Moderately disagree    
            3 Mildly disagree    
            4 Neutral    
            5 Mildly agree    
            6 Moderately agree    
            7 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
183     19.16 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - my work has a positive effect on my children and my family life generally? WL05_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Moderately disagree    
            3 Mildly disagree    
            4 Neutral    
            5 Mildly agree    
            6 Moderately agree    
            7 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
184     19.17 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - work leaves me with too little time or energy to be the kind of parent I want to be? WL06_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Moderately disagree    
            3 Mildly disagree    
            4 Neutral    
            5 Mildly agree    
            6 Moderately agree    
            7 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
185     19.18 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - thinking about the children interferes with my life at work? WL07_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Moderately disagree    
            3 Mildly disagree    
            4 Neutral    
            5 Mildly agree    
            6 Moderately agree    
            7 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
186     19.19 How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements - working makes me a better parent? WL08_M54M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
            2 Moderately disagree    
            3 Mildly disagree    
            4 Neutral    
            5 Mildly agree    
            6 Moderately agree    
            7 Strongly agree    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
187 Family and Whanu Interparental Relationship 20.1 Do you have a current partner? PQ5_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
188     20.2 Does this partner live with you and your {child/children}? PQ6_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
189     20.3 Were you in a relationship with this same partner when your {child was/children were} two years old? PQ5A_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
190     20.4 Is the participant able to answer these questions? PQ5B_M54M 1 Yes Raw  
            2 No - Interpreter was used    
            3 No - Other person over 5 years old present in room    
            4 No - Language difficulties    
            5 No - Can not use computer    
            6 No - Interview not being conducted in person    
            7 No - Other (Please specify)    
 
191     20.5 During the past four weeks how often do the following things happen in your relationship - Your partner raises their voice at you when you are arguing? CFL20_M54M 0 Never Raw For Q20.5-20.7, please refer to Table 2 in External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
            1 Almost never    
            2 Not very often    
            3 Quite often    
            4 Very often    
            5 Extremely often    
            6 All the time    
            98 Prefer not to say    
            99 DK    
 
192     20.6 During the past four weeks how often do the following things happen in your relationship - Your partner yells at you when they are angry? CFL21_M54M 0 Never Raw  
            1 Almost never    
            2 Not very often    
            3 Quite often    
            4 Very often    
            5 Extremely often    
            6 All the time    
            98 Prefer not to say    
            99 DK    
 
193     20.7 During the past four weeks how often do the following things happen in your relationship - Your partner swears at you when they are angry? CFL22_M54M 0 Never Raw  
            1 Almost never    
            2 Not very often    
            3 Quite often    
            4 Very often    
            5 Extremely often    
            6 All the time    
            98 Prefer not to say    
            99 DK    
 
194     20.8 During the past four weeks how often do the following things happen in your relationship - Your partner insults you or makes you feel bad about yourself? CFL23_M54M 0 Never Raw For Q20.8-20.19, please refer to Table 2 in External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
            1 Almost never    
            2 Not very often    
            3 Quite often    
            4 Very often    
            5 Extremely often    
            6 All the time    
            98 Prefer not to say    
            99 DK    
 
195     20.9 During the past four weeks how often do the following things happen in your relationship - Your {child is/children are} present when you have arguments with your partner? CFL24_M54M 0 Never Raw  
            1 Almost never    
            2 Not very often    
            3 Quite often    
            4 Very often    
            5 Extremely often    
            6 All the time    
            98 Prefer not to say    
            99 DK    
 
196     20.10 During the past four weeks how often do the following things happen in your relationship - Your partner belittles you or humiliates you in front of other people? CFL25_M54M 0 Never Raw  
            1 Almost never    
            2 Not very often    
            3 Quite often    
            4 Very often    
            5 Extremely often    
            6 All the time    
            98 Prefer not to say    
            99 DK    
 
197     20.11 During the past four weeks how often do the following things happen in your relationship - Your partner does things to scare or intimidate you on purpose? CFL26_M54M 0 Never Categorised Combined low cell counts of ';All the time'; with ';Extremely often';
            1 Almost never    
            2 Not very often    
            3 Quite often    
            4 Very often    
            5 Extremely often    
            6 All the time    
            98 Prefer not to say    
            99 DK    
 
198     20.12 During the past four weeks how often do the following things happen in your relationship - You feel frightened by what your partner says or does? CFL27_M54M 0 Never Categorised Combined low cell counts of ';All the time'; with ';Extremely often';
            1 Almost never    
            2 Not very often    
            3 Quite often    
            4 Very often    
            5 Extremely often    
            6 All the time    
            98 Prefer not to say    
            99 DK    
 
199     20.13 During the past four weeks how often do the following things happen in your relationship - Your {child is/children are} present when your partner insults or frightens you? CFL28_M54M 0 Never Categorised Combined low cell counts of ';Extremely often'; with ';Very often';
            1 Almost never    
            2 Not very often    
            3 Quite often    
            4 Very often    
            5 Extremely often    
            6 All the time    
            98 Prefer not to say    
            99 DK    
 
200     20.14 During the past four weeks how often do the following things happen in your relationship - Your partner slaps you or throws things at you that could hurt you? CFL29_M54M 0 Never Categorised Combined low cell counts of ';All the time';, ';Extremely often'; and ';Very often'; with ';Quite often';
            1 Almost never    
            2 Not very often    
            3 Quite often    
            4 Very often    
            5 Extremely often    
            6 All the time    
            98 Prefer not to say    
            99 DK    
 
201     20.15 During the past four weeks how often do the following things happen in your relationship - Your partner pushes or shoves you or pulls your hair? CFL30_M54M 0 Never Categorised Combined low cell counts of ';All the time';, ';Extremely often'; and ';Very often'; with ';Quite often';
            1 Almost never    
            2 Not very often    
            3 Quite often    
            4 Very often    
            5 Extremely often    
            6 All the time    
            98 Prefer not to say    
            99 DK    
 
202     20.16 During the past four weeks how often do the following things happen in your relationship - Your partner hits you with a fist or something else that could hurt you? CFL31_M54M 0 Never Categorised Combined low cell counts of ';All the time';, ';Extremely often'; and ';Very often'; with ';Quite often';
            1 Almost never    
            2 Not very often    
            3 Quite often    
            4 Very often    
            5 Extremely often    
            6 All the time    
            98 Prefer not to say    
            99 DK    
 
203     20.17 During the past four weeks how often do the following things happen in your relationship - Your {child is/children are} present when you have a physical conflict with your partner? CFL32_M54M 0 Never Categorised Combined low cell counts of ';All the time'; and ';Extremely often'; with ';Very often';
            1 Almost never    
            2 Not very often    
            3 Quite often    
            4 Very often    
            5 Extremely often    
            6 All the time    
            98 Prefer not to say    
            99 DK    
 
204     20.18 In general, how much tension is there in your relationship? CFL18_M54M 1 No tension Raw  
            2 A little tension    
            3 Some tension    
            4 Quite a bit of tension    
            5 A lot of tension    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
205     20.19 Do you and your partner work out arguments with? CFL19_M54M 1 No difficulty Raw  
            2 A little difficulty    
            3 Some difficulty    
            4 Quite a bit of difficulty    
            5 Great difficulty    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
206 Societal context and neighbourhood environment Movement 21.1 How many times have you moved house since your {child was/children were} two years old? NE30_M54M 0 None Raw  
            1 One    
            2 Two    
            3 Three    
            4 Four or more    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
207     21.2 Do you or anyone else who lives there, own or partly own the house/flat you live in (with or without a mortgage)? HH6_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
208     21.3 Do you, or anyone else who lives with you, make mortgage payments for the house/flat you live in? HH9_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
209     21.4 If nobody who lives here owns the house/flat you live in, who owns it? HH7_M54M 1 Private person, trust, or business Categorised Combined low cell counts of ';Local Authority/City Council'; with ';Other (Please specify)';
            2 Family trust    
            3 Local Authority/City Council    
            4 Housing New Zealand    
            5 Other State-Owned    
            97 Other (Please specify)    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
210     21.5 Do you, or anyone else who lives with you, pay rent to an owner or to an agent for this house/flat you live in? HH8_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
211     21.6 How much are your usual housing costs per month? This includes all rent/mortgage expenses, rates and other mandatory expenses and excludes insurance, utility and other costs. HH29_M54M 1 Monthly Amount Raw  
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
212     21.6.1 How much are your usual housing costs per month? This includes all rent/mortgage expenses, rates and other mandatory expenses and excludes insurance, utility and other costs - weekly amount. HH29S_M54M -1 NA Categorised If not residing in New Zealand, payment for child is not applicable. Categorise upper extreme at 5000+
            5000 5000+    
 
213     21.7 How would you describe the condition of your house/flat? HH30_M54M 1 Excellent - no immediate repair and maintenance needed Raw  
            2 Good - minor maintenance needed    
            3 Average - some repair and maintenance needed    
            4 Poor - immediate repairs and maintenance needed    
            5 Very poor - extensive and immediate repair and maintenance needed    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
214     21.8 Approximately when was your house/flat built? HH31_M54M 1 In or after 1991 Raw  
            2 Between 1978 and 1990    
            3 Between 1960 and 1977    
            4 In 1959 or before    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
215   Housing 21.9.1 Is your house/flat insulated - Yes - In the ceiling? HH32_1_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
216     21.9.2 Is your house/flat insulated - Yes - Under the floor? HH32_2_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
217     21.9.3 Is your house/flat insulated - Yes - In the walls? HH32_3_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
218     21.9.4 Is your house/flat insulated - No? HH32_0_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
219     21.9.99 Is your house/flat insulated - DK HH32_99_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
220     21.9.98 Is your house/flat insulated - Ref HH32_98_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
221     21.10.1 Since you have been living in this house has it undergone any of these major changes - Renovation of kitchen or bathroom? HH33_1_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
222     21.10.2 Since you have been living in this house has it undergone any of these major changes - Renovation of bedrooms? HH33_2_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
223     21.10.3 Since you have been living in this house has it undergone any of these major changes - Renovation of living area(s)? HH33_3_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
224     21.10.4 Since you have been living in this house has it undergone any of these major changes - Insulation installed? HH33_4_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
225     21.10.5 Since you have been living in this house has it undergone any of these major changes - Heat pump installed? HH33_5_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
226     21.10.6 Since you have been living in this house has it undergone any of these major changes - Installation of any other heating system? HH33_6_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
227     21.10.7 Since you have been living in this house has it undergone any of these major changes - Yes, new drapes/curtains? HH33_7_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
228     21.10.8 Since you have been living in this house has it undergone any of these major changes - Yes, new carpets/vinyl or changes to the floor cover? HH33_8_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
229     21.10.9 Since you have been living in this house has it undergone any of these major changes - Extension to house and decking? HH33_9_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
230     21.10.10 Since you have been living in this house has it undergone any of these major changes - HRV/DVS or similar ventilation system installed? HH33_10_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
231     21.10.11 Since you have been living in this house has it undergone any of these major changes - Double glazing? HH33_11_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
232     21.10.12 Since you have been living in this house has it undergone any of these major changes - Renovation of roof or new roof? HH33_12_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
233     21.10.13 Since you have been living in this house has it undergone any of these major changes - No? HH33_0_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
234     21.10.99 Since you have been living in this house has it undergone any of these major changes - DK HH33_99_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
235     21.10.98 Since you have been living in this house has it undergone any of these major changes - Ref HH33_98_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
236     21.11 Was your insulation or your heat pump installation subsidised through the Warm Up New Zealand scheme or similar? HH45_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
237     21.12 Did you use any heating when your house was cold during the most recent winter? HH36_M54M 1 Yes, always Raw  
            2 Yes, most of the time    
            3 Yes, sometimes    
            4 No I did not use any heating even though the house was cold    
            5 No I did not use any heating because my house was not cold    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
238   Heating 21.13.1 What types of heating do you use when your house is cold - Open fire, there is no glass in front of the flames? HH37_1_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
239     21.13.2 What types of heating do you use when your house is cold - Enclosed fire / wood burner / multiburner? HH37_2_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
240     21.13.3 What types of heating do you use when your house is cold - Wood pellet burner? HH37_3_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
241     21.13.4 What types of heating do you use when your house is cold - Flued gas heater, which burns gas that comes from a gas outlet in the wall or floor, or from a gas bottle, and is attached to a flue or chimney? HH37_4_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
242     21.13.5 What types of heating do you use when your house is cold - Fixed unflued gas heater, which cannot be moved and is not attached to a flue or chimney? HH37_5_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
243     21.13.6 What types of heating do you use when your house is cold - Moveable unflued gas heater containing a gas bottle, which is not attached to a flue or chimney? HH37_6_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
244     21.13.7 What types of heating do you use when your house is cold - Moveable unflued gas heater using mains or large gas cylinders outside the house, which is not attached to a flue or chimney but has a flexible gas supply hose? HH37_7_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
245     21.13.8 What types of heating do you use when your house is cold - Heat pump? HH37_8_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
246     21.13.9 What types of heating do you use when your house is cold - Electric fixed heater e.g. wall mounted panel heaters, night store heaters (do not include heat pumps)? HH37_9_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
247     21.13.10 What types of heating do you use when your house is cold - Electric portable heater - e.g. fan heater, a radiant heater with glowing bars, a box-type heater with a grille at the top, electrically powered oil-filled column heaters? HH37_10_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
248     21.13.11 What types of heating do you use when your house is cold - Central heating? HH37_11_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
249     21.13.97 What types of heating do you use when your house is cold - Other (specify)? HH37_97_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
250     21.13.99 What types of heating do you use when your house is cold - DK HH37_99_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
251     21.13.98 What types of heating do you use when your house is cold - Ref HH37_98_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
252     21.14.1 What types of heating do you use in your {child/children}'s bedroom when your house is cold - Open fire, there is no glass in front of the flames?   .     Information contained in a variable HH38_97_M54M due to the low cell count
 
253     21.14.2 What types of heating do you use in your {child/children}'s bedroom when your house is cold - Enclosed fire / wood burner / multiburner? HH38_2_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
254     21.14.3 What types of heating do you use in your {child/children}'s bedroom when your house is cold - Wood pellet burner?   .     Information contained in a variable HH38_97_M54M due to the low cell count
 
255     21.14.4 What types of heating do you use in your {child/children}'s bedroom when your house is cold - Flued gas heater, which burns gas that comes from a gas outlet in the wall or floor, or from a gas bottle, and is attached to a flue or chimney? HH38_4_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
256     21.14.5 What types of heating do you use in your {child/children}'s bedroom when your house is cold - Fixed unflued gas heater, which cannot be moved and is not attached to a flue or chimney? HH38_5_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
257     21.14.6 What types of heating do you use in your {child/children}'s bedroom when your house is cold - Moveable unflued gas heater containing a gas bottle, which is not attached to a flue or chimney? HH38_6_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
258     21.14.7 What types of heating do you use in your {child/children}'s bedroom when your house is cold - Moveable unflued gas heater using mains or large gas cylinders outside the house, which is not attached to a flue or chimney but has a flexible gas supply hose? HH38_7_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
259     21.14.8 What types of heating do you use in your {child/children}'s bedroom when your house is cold - Heat pump? HH38_8_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
260     21.14.9 What types of heating do you use in your {child/children}'s bedroom when your house is cold - Electric fixed heater e.g. wall mounted panel heaters, night store heaters (do not include heat pumps)? HH38_9_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
261     21.14.10 What types of heating do you use in your {child/children}'s bedroom when your house is cold - Electric portable heater - e.g. fan heater, a radiant heater with glowing bars, a box-type heater with a grille at the top, electrically powered oil-filled column heaters? HH38_10_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
262     21.14.11 What types of heating do you use in your {child/children}'s bedroom when your house is cold - Central heating? HH38_11_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
263     21.14.97 What types of heating do you use in your {child/children}'s bedroom when your house is cold - Other (specify)? HH38_97_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
264     21.14.12 What types of heating do you use in your {child/children}'s bedroom when your house is cold - Do not using heating? HH38_12_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
265     21.14.99 What types of heating do you use in your {child/children}'s bedroom when your house is cold - DK HH38_99_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
266     21.14.98 What types of heating do you use in your {child/children}'s bedroom when your house is cold - Ref HH38_98_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
267     21.15 Have you ever had the power cut off in your household? HH39_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
268     21.16 Does your household have power on prepay? HH40_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
269   Social services 22.1 Are you in contact with any Whanau Ora service at the present time in relation to your {child/children}? CO1_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
270     22.2 Are you in contact with Child, Youth and Family at the present time in relation to your {child/children}? CO3_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
271     22.3 Are you in contact with any other social service agencies, support services, or professionals at the present time in relation to your {child/children} that we haven't already discussed? CO5_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
272     22.4 Have you contacted with ';Family Start'; in relation to your {child/children}? CO11_1_M54M 0 No Derived Open ended text responses (CO11_971AS_CODE_M54M-CO11_975AS_CODE_M54M) translated into a new numeric variable
            1 Yes    
 
273       How old your {child was/children were} when you first had contact with the service in relation to {him/her/them} - Family Start? CO11_1_AGE_M54M 1 Up to 2 years Categorised Information grouped into age categories
            2 More than 2 years    
 
274       Have you contacted with ';Other general family/or parenting support services'; in relation to your {child/children}? CO11_2_M54M 0 No Derived Open ended text responses (CO11_971AS_CODE_M54M-CO11_975AS_CODE_M54M) translated into a new numeric variable
            1 Yes    
 
275       How old your {child was/children were} when you first had contact with the service in relation to {him/her/them} - Other general family/or parenting support services? CO11_2_AGE_M54M 1 Up to 2 years Categorised Information grouped into age categories
            2 More than 2 years    
 
276       Have you contacted with ';Special education and other Ministry of Education - support'; in relation to your {child/children}? CO11_3_M54M 0 No Derived Open ended text responses (CO11_971AS_CODE_M54M-CO11_975AS_CODE_M54M) translated into a new numeric variable
            1 Yes    
 
277       How old your {child was/children were} when you first had contact with the service in relation to {him/her/them} - Special education and other Ministry of Education - support? CO11_3_AGE_M54M 1 Up to 2 years Categorised Information grouped into age categories
            2 More than 2 years    
 
278       Have you contacted with ';Disability support service'; in relation to your {child/children}? CO11_4_M54M 0 No Derived Open ended text responses (CO11_971AS_CODE_M54M-CO11_975AS_CODE_M54M) translated into a new numeric variable
            1 Yes    
 
279       How old your {child was/children were} when you first had contact with the service in relation to {him/her/them} - Disability support service? CO11_4_AGE_M54M 1 Up to 2 years Categorised Information grouped into age categories
            2 More than 2 years    
 
280       Have you contacted with ';Medical/health specialist, hospital, clinic'; in relation to your {child/children}? CO11_5_M54M 0 No Derived Open ended text responses (CO11_971AS_CODE_M54M-CO11_975AS_CODE_M54M) translated into a new numeric variable
            1 Yes    
 
281       How old your {child was/children were} when you first had contact with the service in relation to {him/her/them} - Medical/health specialist, hospital, clinic? CO11_5_AGE_M54M 1 Up to 2 years Categorised Information grouped into age categories
            2 More than 2 years    
 
282       Have you contacted with ';Other allied medical therapist'; in relation to your {child/children}? CO11_6_M54M 0 No Derived Open ended text responses (CO11_971AS_CODE_M54M-CO11_975AS_CODE_M54M) translated into a new numeric variable
            1 Yes    
 
283       How old your {child was/children were} when you first had contact with the service in relation to {him/her/them} - Other allied medical therapist? CO11_6_AGE_M54M 1 Up to 2 years Categorised Information grouped into age categories
            2 More than 2 years    
 
284       Have you contacted with ';Others'; in relation to your {child/children}? CO11_7_M54M 0 No Derived Open ended text responses (CO11_971AS_CODE_M54M-CO11_975AS_CODE_M54M) translated into a new numeric variable
            1 Yes    
 
285       How old your {child was/children were} when you first had contact with the service in relation to {him/her/them} - Others? CO11_7_AGE_M54M 1 Up to 2 years Categorised Information grouped into age categories
            2 More than 2 years    
 
286   Conviction 22.5 Have you ever been convicted of a crime which resulted in a jail sentence? AS3_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
287     22.6 Have you ever been convicted of a crime which resulted in a jail sentence - was this conviction in the last 5 years?   .     Highly sensitive and specific information relating to criminal conviction history of participants
 
288     22.7 Have you ever been convicted of a crime which did not result in a jail sentence? AS21_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
289     22.8 Have you ever been convicted of a crime which did not result in a jail sentence - was this conviction in the last 5 years? AS22_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
290   Household Socioeconomic Status 23.1 How many adults (18 years or older) who are living in your house are currently in paid work? FIN51A_M54M 1 adults _ _(0-50) Raw  
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
291     23.1.1 How many adults (18 years or older) who are living in your house are currently in paid work - number of adults? FIN51AS_M54M 0 0 adult Categorised Categorise upper extreme at 6+
            1 1 adult    
            2 2 adults    
            3 3 adults    
            4 4 adults    
            5 5 adults    
            6 6+ adults    
 
292     23.2 How many adults (18 years or older) who are living in your house are actively seeking work? FIN52A_M54M 1 adults _ _(0-50) Raw  
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
293     23.2.1 How many adults (18 years or older) who are living in your house are actively seeking work - numer of adults? FIN52AS_M54M 0 0 adult Categorised Categorise upper extreme at 5+
            1 1 adult    
            2 2 adults    
            3 3 adults    
            4 4 adults    
            5 5+ adults    
 
294     23.3 How many adults (18 years or older) who are living in your house provide income for your household? FIN50A_M54M 1 adults _ _(0-50) Raw  
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
295     23.3.1 How many adults (18 years or older) who are living in your house provide income for your household - number of adults? FIN50AS_M54M 0 0 adult Categorised Categorise upper extreme at 7+
            1 1 adult    
            2 2 adults    
            3 3 adults    
            4 4 adults    
            5 5 adults    
            6 6 adults    
            7 7+ adults    
 
296     23.4 How many people under 18 years who are living in your house provide income for your household? FIN50B_M54M 1 people _ _(0-50) Raw  
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
297     23.4.1 How many people under 18 years who are living in your house provide income for your household - number of people? FIN50BS_M54M 0 0 person Categorised Categorise upper extreme at 3+
            1 1 person    
            2 2 people    
            3 3+ people    
 
298     23.5.1 Which of the following are current sources of income for your household - Wages, salary, commissions, bonuses, etc. paid by an employer? FIN57_1_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
299     23.5.2 Which of the following are current sources of income for your household - Self-employment or business? FIN57_2_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
300     23.5.3 Which of the following are current sources of income for your household - Interest, dividends, rent, other investments? FIN57_3_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
301     23.5.4 Which of the following are current sources of income for your household - Regular payments from ACC or a private work accident insurer? FIN57_4_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
302     23.5.5 Which of the following are current sources of income for your household - Jobseeker Support? FIN57_5_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
303     23.5.6 Which of the following are current sources of income for your household - Sole Parent Support? FIN57_6_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
304     23.5.7 Which of the following are current sources of income for your household - Supported Living Payment? FIN57_7_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
305     23.5.8 Which of the following are current sources of income for your household - NZ superannuation or veteran';s pension? FIN57_8_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
306     23.5.9 Which of the following are current sources of income for your household - Other superannuation pensions, annuities? FIN57_9_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
307     23.5.10 Which of the following are current sources of income for your household - Accommodation supplement? FIN57_10_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
308     23.5.11 Which of the following are current sources of income for your household - Student allowance (including scholarships or stipends)? FIN57_11_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
309     23.5.12 Which of the following are current sources of income for your household - Paid parental leave? FIN57_12_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
310     23.5.13 Which of the following are current sources of income for your household - Other sources of income, counting support payments from people who do not live in your household? FIN57_13_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
311     23.5.14 Which of the following are current sources of income for your household - Child support payments? FIN57_14_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
312     23.5.15 Which of the following are current sources of income for your household - Family tax credits? FIN57_15_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
313     23.5.16 Which of the following are current sources of income for your household - No source of income ?   .     Information contained in a variable HHING_M54M
 
314     23.5.99 Which of the following are current sources of income for your household - DK   .     Information contained in a variable HHING_M54M
 
315     23.5.98 Which of the following are current sources of income for your household - Ref FIN57_98_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
316     23.6 What is the current total income for your household? Please include your personal income in this total FIN53_M54M 1 total income $ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (range 0-9,999,999) Raw  
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
317       What was your household';s total income? HHING_M54M -1 NA Categorised Information provided in HHING_M54M. If not residing in NZ, household income is not applicable
            1 1. <=20K    
            2 2. >20K <=30K    
            3 3. >30K <=50K    
            4 4. >50K <=70K    
            5 5. >70K <=100K    
            6 6. >100K <=150K    
            7 7. >150K    
 
318     23.6.1 What is the current total income for your household? Please include your personal income in this total - total income   .     Information contained in a variable HHING_M54M
 
319     23.7 What is the current total income for your household? Please include your personal income in this total - what time period does that cover?   .     Information contained in a variable HHING_M54M
 
320     23.9 In the last 12 months what was your household';s total income, before tax or anything else was taken out of it? Please include your personal income in this total.   .     Information contained in a variable HHING_M54M
 
321     23.10 In the last 12 months have you personally been forced to buy cheaper food so that you could pay for other things you needed? DP1_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
322     23.11 In the last 12 months have you personally put up with feeling cold to save heating costs? DP2_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
323     23.12 In the last 12 months have you personally made use of special food grants or food banks because you did not have enough money for food? DP3_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
324     23.13 In the last 12 months have you personally continued wearing shoes with holes because you could not afford replacements? DP4_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
325     23.14 In the last 12 months have you personally gone without fresh fruit and vegetables often, so that you could pay for other things you needed? DP5_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
326     23.15 In the last 12 months have you personally received help in the form of food, clothes or money from a community organisation (like the Salvation Army)? DP6_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
            98 Ref    
            99 DK    
 
327     23.16.1 Which of the following do you have - Savings for your {child/children}? DP30_1_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
328     23.16.2 Which of the following do you have - Savings for yourself? DP30_2_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
329     23.16.3 Which of the following do you have - Kiwisaver for your {child/children}? DP30_3_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
330     23.16.4 Which of the following do you have - Kiwisaver for yourself? DP30_4_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
331     23.16.5 Which of the following do you have - A bank account for your {child/children}? DP30_5_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
332     23.16.6 Which of the following do you have - Bonus bonds or other savings for your {child/children}? DP30_6_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
333     23.16.7 Which of the following do you have - Loan from bank, building society, or credit union (not mortgage)? DP30_7_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
334     23.16.8 Which of the following do you have - Student loan? DP30_8_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
335     23.16.9 Which of the following do you have - Loan from finance company? DP30_9_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
336     23.16.10 Which of the following do you have - Loan on credit card? DP30_10_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
337     23.16.11 Which of the following do you have - Loan from family or friends? DP30_11_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
338     23.16.12 Which of the following do you have - Regular contributions of money to individuals, organizations or family not living in this household. this includes sending money overseas? DP30_12_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
339     23.16.13 Which of the following do you have - Debt that is currently being managed by a debt collection agency? DP30_13_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
340     23.16.14 Which of the following do you have - Unpaid fines? DP30_14_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
341     23.16.96 Which of the following do you have - None of these? DP30_96_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
342     23.16.99 Which of the following do you have - DK DP30_99_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
343     23.16.98 Which of the following do you have - Ref DP30_98_M54M 0 No Raw  
            1 Yes    
 
344       NZDep2013 Index of Deprivation NZDEP2013_M54M 1 1. NZDep=1 Raw New Zealand deprivation index 2013 classification
            2 2. NZDep=2    
            3 3. NZDep=3    
            4 4. NZDep=4    
            5 5. NZDep=5    
            6 6. NZDep=6    
            7 7. NZDep=7    
            8 8. NZDep=8    
            9 9. NZDep=9    
            10 10. NZDep=10    
 
345       Rurality in 2013 RURALITYGP13_M54M 1 1. Urban area Categorised  
            2 2. Rural area    
            3 3. Area outside urban/rural    
 
346       District health board 2013 DHB_2013_M54M 1 Auckland Categorised  
            2 Counties Manukau    
            3 Waikato    
            4 Waitemata    
            5 Elsewhere-North Island    
            6 Elsewhere-South Island    
            7 Other