Desire for Children 1987 - Objective and Subjective Factors of Birth Development
- Institut für Soziologie und Sozialpolitik an der Akademie der Wissenschaften der DDR, Berlin
- Institut fuer Soziologie und Sozialpolitik an der Akademie der Wissenschaften der DDR, Berlin (Data Collector)
AbstractCompatibility of occupation, family and household, reasons for and against children, character of partner relation, evaluation of social-political measures, housing conditions. Topics: Assessment by respondent and partner of ideal number of children under favorable circumstances; reasons for or against life with one, two or three children (scale); significance of growing up with siblings for desire for children; number of siblings; ideal number of children per family in the GDR; significance of various areas of life (scale); number and ages of children in household; possible changes of circumstances with a further child (scale); significance of selected characteristics of employment (scale); effects of changes of work in the framework of scientific-technical progress on fulfillment of the desire for children; doing without occupational development for a short time for the sake of the child; attitudes to employment of women in the context of upbringing and care of children, housework, further education, acceptance of management functions; attitudes to living together with children and to long-term relationship (scale); care of parents in need of care or parents-in-law; life in social security; judgement on social-political measures in their influence on birth and life with children in one's family (scale); judgement on social-political measures to support birth and motherhood; personal significance of social-political measures; living together with partner; desire to grow old with partner; significance of selected sides of living together in partnership; type of tenancy; size of residence; satisfaction with residence; number of members of household; housing situation at birth of children; length of residence at place of residence; qualification and self-classification in shift work of respondents and partners; full-time or part-time employment; type of shift work; social functions, government management functions and management level. Supplemental form for women: number of children by birth; age at birth of first child; ideal age at birth of first child or for fulfillment of desire for children and reasons for this (scale); desire for children of respondent and of partner; personal significance of social-political measures regarding desire for children; further desire for children and reasons for or against a further child (scale). Supplemental form for men: number of natural children; age at birth of first child; ideal age of the woman at birth of the first child or for fulfillment of the desire for children and reasons for this (scale); desire for children of respondent and partner; personal significance of social political measures regarding desire for children; reasons for or against a further child (scale).
1987-03 / 1987-09
German Democratic Republic (1949-1990) (DDDE)GDR: Berlin, Riesa, Frankfurt/Oder, city of Friedland, municipalities of the district Freienwalde
Number of Units: 4136
Number of Variables: 256
- ZA6869 (Type: ZA-No.)
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Akademie der Wissenschaften der DDR, Institut für Soziologie und Sozialpolitik (Hrsg.): Entwicklung der Bevölkerung und Veränderung ihrer Struktur - ökonomische und sozialpolitische Wirkungen. Studie. Berlin 1988. GESIS-Außenstelle, Bereich Zentralarchiv: FOB-407.
Update Metadata: 2020-10-21 | Issue Number: 88 | Registration Date: 2010-07-22