China Housing Survey, 1993
- Logan, John R. (Shanghai Academy of Social Science (China))
- Bian, Yanjie (Tianjin Academy of Social Science (China))
- Version 2 (Subtitle)
AbstractThese data, collected in Shanghai and Tianjin, China, in 1993, describe respondents' housing conditions and residential histories as well as family composition and family relations, work and work histories, and neighbor relations and neighborhood conditions. The unit of analysis is households, of which 2,096 participated: 1,054 in Shanghai and 1,042 in Tianjin. The survey elicited information on length of stay and frequency of moves, physical style of housing and organization of housing space, accessibility of utilities, amount of rent/payment and work unit subsidies, strategies for obtaining better housing, and neighborhood support networks. Other items covered income, job opportunity, housing allocation, collective welfare programs, employee training programs, relationship with others in the work unit and with the work unit leader, membership in the Communist party and the Youth League, and number of job changes. Background information on respondents includes age, ethnicity, sex, religion, education, number of siblings, number of parents living, marital status, number of children, health conditions, household income, employment status, political affiliation, occupation, number of employees in work unit, and division of housework within the household.
Table of Contents
- DS1: Dataset
Time period: 1993
Collection date: 1993
China (Peoples Republic)
- 2571 (Type: ICPSR Study Number)
Is new version of
Logan, John R., Bian, Fuqin, Bian, Yanjie. Tradition and Change in the Urban Chinese Family: The Case of Living Arrangements. Social Forces.76, (3), 851-882.1998.
- ID: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3005696 (URL)
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