Free time activity: [Kids >=11 years]: Go to cafe`s, bars, night clubs (Qu. 28)

Related variabels
cumulative:
none:
retrospective:
wave1:
wave3:
wave5:
wave7:
Label translations
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label Free time activity: [Kids >=11 years]: Go to cafe`s, bars, night clubs (Qu. 28) Freizeit: [Kinder ab 11 Jahren]: Bar, Kneipe, Disko (Frage 28)
-7 -7 Incomplete Data -7 Incomplete Data
-6 -6 Unreadable answer -6 Offene Angabe nicht lesbar
-5 -5 Inconsistent value -5 Inkonsistenter Wert
-4 -4 Filter error / Incorrect entry -4 Fehleingabe/Filterfehler
-3 -3 Does not apply -3 Trifft nicht zu
-2 -2 No answer -2 Keine Angabe
-1 -1 Don`t know -1
1 1 Never 1 Nie
2 2 Seldom 2 Selten
3 3 Sometimes 3 Manchmal
4 4 Often 4 Oft
5 5 Very often 5 Sehr oft
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Variable name: clsr1i5

Dataset: child4 – child data, wave 4 (2011/12)

Study: pairfam


Description:


Analysis unit: child

Period: wave4

Conceptual Dataset: org/net


Concept: clsr1i5

Question:

Statistics
Measure Value
valid 469
invalid 615

Label table

The label table provides you with an overview of label definitions across related variables to identify changes over time in longitudinal variables. The first number indicates the value code, the second number (in brackets) represents the frequency in the data. Please note that labels are simplified and values with frequency = 0 are hidden.

Variable: clsr1i5 clsr1i5 clsr1i5 clsr1i5
Dataset: child2 child4 child6 child8
incomplete data -7 (0) -7 (0) -7 (0) -7 (0)
unreadable answer -6 (0) -6 (0) -6 (0) -6 (0)
inconsistent value -5 (0) -5 (0) -5 (0) -5 (0)
filter error / incorrect entry -4 (15) -4 (22) -4 (0) -4 (0)
does not apply -3 (534) -3 (591) -3 (678) -3 (564)
no answer -2 (3) -2 (2) -2 (3) -2 (3)
don`t know -1 (0) -1 (0) -1 (0) -1 (1)
never 1 (264) 1 (405) 1 (656) 1 (745)
seldom 2 (31) 2 (49) 2 (84) 2 (83)
sometimes 3 (10) 3 (12) 3 (18) 3 (15)
often 4 (4) 4 (2) 4 (8) 4 (5)
very often 5 (1) 5 (1) 5 (3) 5 (3)

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