Industry Work and Culture Change in Nigeria
- Seibel, Hans D. (University of Ibadan, Nigeria)
- H. D. Seibel, University of Ibadan, Nigeria (Data Collector)
- Occupation, Profession
CESSDA Topic Classification:
- Social conditions and indicators
- Family life and marriage
AbstractOccupation career, job situation, work orientation as well as the family and financial situation of industry workers in Nigeria. Topics: Actual and desired number of wives; reasons for monogamy; marriage form; number of children; desired school education and occupations for one´s own children; living together with wife and children; reasons for being separated; frequency of visits by the wife; occupational activities of wife; detailed information on number, type and length of earlier employments; reasons for change of position; activities in times of unemployment; age at taking first position; interest in change of position; preferred occupation; work satisfaction; mode of pay; reasons for preference for monthly wage payment; base earning and overtime earning; amount of debts and savings; form of savings; motives for saving; creditors and reasons for debts; mode of repayment; work motivation; frequency of illness; number, length and reasons for visits home; reasons for migration into the city and interest in remigration to the country; reasons for city/country preference; financial contributions to the family; number of wives and occupation of father; number of siblings; number of siblings living in the city; school education and occupation of siblings; those guilty or reasons for unemployment in Nigeria; possible measures against unemployment; interest in living together with parents; additional activities in the evening; leisure activities and leisure partner; occupation, place of work, ethnic group affiliation as well as place of getting to know the best friend; listening to the radio and reading newspapers; participation in further education courses; distance and commuting times to workplace; means of transport used on the way to workplace; type of building and residential status; co-residents; satisfaction with housing situation; amount of rent; furniture possession and residential furnishings; problems at work as well as in the rest of life; contentment with life; reasons for poor standard of living; necessary minimum income for a good life; judgement on the occupational activity in comparison to training; perceived recognition at work; preference for occupational cooperation with people of one´s own or a different ethnic group; detailed information on monthly income and monthly expenditures (budget analysis); larger acquisitions in the last year and preferred area for more expenditures; ethnic group affiliation; preferred ethnic group. Demography: number of children; participation in further education courses; party membership; regional origins; religiousness; age (classified); marital status; religious denomination; income; social origins; place of birth. Also encoded was: language of interview; name and location of the company in which the interview took place.
1963-08 / 1964-06
Oral survey with standardized questionnaire
Number of Units: 520
- ZA0946 (Type: ZA-No.)
Seibel, Hans D.: Industriearbeit und Kulturwandel in Nigeria. Köln: Westdeutscher Verlag 1968.
Update Metadata: 2021-04-07 | Issue Number: 88 | Registration Date: 2010-07-22