Youth (11-17-year-olds, M3-M5) 2018[instrument]

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1 Plausibility question: Which person in the household <HNR> do you want to ask? 2
2 Which language combination should be used for the interview? 3
3 I confirm, that the selected respondent declared, that he red the data security sheet. He/She agreed to the survey and the handling with the data, plus the deletion corresponding to the content of the data security sheet. 4
4 I confirm, that the selected guardian agreed to the interview with the child named above. He/She declared, that he/she red the data security sheet and agreed to the survey and the handling with the data, plus the deletion corresponding to the content of the data security sheet. 5
5 Plausibility question: The interview with [name] is only allowed, when a parent / guardian agreed! 6
6 In which country were you born? 7
7 With whom did you come to Germany? 8
8 When did this you leave country of birth? 9
9 When did you arrive in Germany? 10
10 Could you imagine to stay in Germany forever? 11
11 How long do you want to stay in Germany? 12
12 How long do you want to stay in Germany? 13
13 Do you intend to apply for German citizenship? 14
14 Where did you spend the majority of your childhood until your 15th birthday? 15
16 Where does your mother currently live? 16
18 When did your mother come to Germany? 18
19 Is your mother planning to come to Germany? 19
20 In what year was your mother born? 20
21 Where was your mother born? 21
22 What school leaving certificate does your mother have? 22
23 Has your mother successfully completed any vocational training or a degree? 23
25 Where does your father currently live? 24
26 In what year did your father die? 25
27 When did your father come to Germany? 26
28 Is your father planning to come to Germany? 27
29 In what year was your father born? 28
30 Where was your father born? 29
31 What school leaving certificate does your father have? 30
32 Has your father successfully completed any vocational training or a degree? 31
34 How well could you speak German before you moved to Germany? 32
35 How well could this child speak German at the time of his / her beginning in Germany? 33
36 How well can you speak German now? 34
37 How well can you write in German now? 35
38 How well can you read German now? 36
39 Are you taking part in a special language course so you can learn German? 37
41 Which languages <U+200B><U+200B>can you speak apart from German? 39
42 Which language do you speak the best of it? 40
43 How well can you speak that language? 41
44 How well can you write in German ? 42
45 How well can you read in German ? 43
46 Which languages do all those who live in the household speak with you? 44
47 Do you speak here in Germany with his family members ... 45
48 Do you talk to his friends here in Germany ... 46
49 Do you speak here in Germany at school ... 47
50 In which language do you normally do the following? 48
51 In which language do you normally do the following? 49
52 In which language do you normally do the following? 50
53 In which language do you normally do the following? 51
56 In which country did you go to school for the first time? 53
57 How long did you go to school? 54
58 What kind of school did you last attend in this country? 55
59 What type of school-leaving certificate did you attain? 56
60 Please tell us what kind of degree this was? 57
61 Did you go to school in another country (except Germany)? 58
62 How long did you go to school? 59
63 What kind of school did you last attend in this country? 60
64 What type of school-leaving certificate did you attain? 61
65 When did you first go to school in Germany? 62
66 Do you currently attend a special class for refugee children (for example, welcome class, preparatory class or transition class)? 63
67 How long did this child visit a special class for refugees? 64
68 How long has this child only visited a special class for refugees? 65
69 Which class did you visit first in Germany? 66
70 Which kind of general education school did you attend in the 2017/2018 school year? 67
71 Which type of school do you attend now, i.e.: in the 2018/2019 school year? 68
72 What class were you in the 2017/2018 school year? 69
73 And what class are you in now, i.e.: in the 2018/2019 school year? 70
74 Are you currently doing one or more of the following? 71
75 How many pupils in total are in your class at school? 72
76 Also, how many of these pupils don't come from Germany, or have parents that don't come from Germany? If you don't know exactly, you can just guess. 73
77 Do you feel that the teachers don't choose you to answer questions as often as your classmates? 74
78 Do you feel that the teachers are stricter with you than with your classmates? 75
79 Do you feel that the teachers admonish you more often than your classmates? 76
80 Do you feel that teachers think you are less smart than your classmates? 77
81 Have you already received a school report in Germany? 78
82 According to your last school report, what grade did you get in German? Grades from 1 to 6 79
83 According to your last school report, what grade did you get in mathematics? 80
84 According to your last school report, what grade did you get in the first foreign language? 81
85 How often does your mother help you with homework or learning for school tests? 82
86 How often does your father help you with homework or learning for school tests? 83
87 How often do other relatives help you with homework or learning for school tests? 84
88 How often do your siblings help you with homework or learning for school tests? 85
89 How often do friends or classmates help you with homework or school learning? 86
90 How often does a private tutor help you with homework or learning for school tests? 87
91 How often do people from a homework club (e.g.: at school, a youth centre or a community gathering) help you with homework or learning for school tests? 88
92 How much time do you usually spend doing homework and studying for school? 89
93 School Belonging Scale PISA B005
94 How much do you agree with the following statements? I feel like an outsider (or excluded from things) in school. 90
95 I make new friends easily at school 91
96 I'm feeling to belong to this school. 92
97 I'm feeling awkward and out of place in this school. 93
98 Other students like me. 94
99 I'm feeling lonely in this school. 95
100 I'm feeling happy in this school. 96
101 Everything is very good in school. 97
102 I'm satisfied with my school. 98
103 Apart from normal lessons, there are other ways to get involved in school life and participate actively in things. Are you involved on one or more of the following things? Please indicate all that apply! 99
104 Are you aiming to get a German school leaver's certificate in the future? 100
105 What type of secondary school do you want to graduate from—that is, what school-leaving certificate do you want to obtain? 101
106 How important is it for you to get this school-leaving certificate? 102
107 And what do you think, which degree will you actually achieve? 103
108 Have you been in vocational training in a country other than Germany? 104
109 What type of vocational training is it? 105
110 How did you end this training? 106
111 How did you end this training? 107
112 How did you end this training? 108
113 How did you end this training? 109
114 Do you intend to complete vocational / occupational training or attain a university degree in the future? 110
115 Which of the following vocational qualifications or degrees do you aspire to? 111
116 Would you like to study? 112
118 Have you already had a paid job? 113
119 How old were you when you had your first ever paid job? 114
120 What was the last job you had in your native country? 115
122 How many hours per week did you work in this job, on average? 117
123 What is your current occupation? 118
125 How many hours per week did you work in this job, on average? 120
126 Self-assessment B007
127 We'll start with some statements beginning with phrases like “I am” or “I have” or “I try”. You might think a statement is completely true of you (“completely true of me”) or that it isn't true of you at all (“not true of me at all”). It might also be partially true of you. Please answer all the questions as well as you can, even if you're not sure or if the question seems strange to you. 121
128 I try to be nice to others. Their feelings are important to me 122
129 I'm often restless and can’t sit still for long 123
130 I often have headaches or stomach aches or feel nauseous 124
132 I'm easily irritated and often lose my temper 126
133 I spend most of my time alone 127
134 I usually do what I'm told 128
135 I worry a lot. 129
136 I'm ready to help when others are hurt, sick, or sad 130
137 I'm always moving and fidgeting 131
138 I have one or several close friends 132
139 I often get into fights 133
140 I can force other people to do what I want. 134
141 I'm often unhappy or down. I cry a lot. 135
142 I'm generally popular among kids my age 136
143 I'm easily distracted and have a hard time concentrating 137
144 New situations make me nervous; I lose my self-confidence easily. 138
145 I'm nice to younger children 139
146 Others often say that I lie or cheat. 140
147 I'm often teased or picked on by others 141
148 I often help others of my own accord (parents, teachers, other children) 142
150 I take things that don't belong to me (at home, in school, or elsewhere) 144
151 I get on better with adults than with children of my age. 145
152 I have a lot of fears and get scared easily 146
153 I finish what I start, I can concentrate for a long time 147
155 People can have different qualities. We've listed a few of them here. You'll probably think that a lot of these qualities apply to you fully. You'll probably think that others do not apply to you at all. In other cases, you might not be sure whether they apply to you or not. 148
156 I am someone who works thoroughly. 149
157 I'm someone who's communicative and chatty. 150
158 I'm someone who's sometimes a bit rough towards others. 151
159 I'm someone who's original, who brings new ideas to the table. 152
160 I'm someone who often worries. 153
161 I'm someone who's able to forgive – meaning that I accept apologies quickly. 154
162 I'm someone who's a bit lazy.I am someone who is rather lazy. 155
163 I'm someone who is capable of being outgoing,I'm sociable 156
164 I am someone who appreciates artistic, aesthetic experiences; that means, I like to paint or make music, I enjoy going to the theater or the museum. 157
165 I'm someone who gets nervous easily. 158
166 I'm someone who completes tasks effectively and efficiently . 159
167 I'm someone who's cautious. 160
168 I'm someone who treats others considerately and in a friendly manner. 161
169 I'm someone who has a lively imagination and ideas – this means that I like to dream and can imagine things well. 162
170 I'm someone who is relaxed and can cope well with stress. 163
171 I'm someone who has a thirst for knowledge. 164
172 I'm someone who has a positive attitude about themselves. 165
173 I'm someone who can easily forget things if I want to save up for something special. 166
174 I'm someone who prefers to have fun today and who doesn't think about tomorrow. 167
175 I'm someone who also tries to complete very difficult tasks. 168
177 Do you have somewhere quiet at home where you can study? 169
178 Do you have a desk at home for studying? 170
181 Do you have your own room at home? 173
182 Do you have books at home that completely belong to you (apart from schoolbooks or textbooks)? 174
183 Are there any books at home that help you when you're doing your homework (apart from schoolbooks and textbooks)? 175
184 Do you have any learning software at home (e.g.: for a computer, tablet or games console)? 176
185 Do you have any classical literature books at home (e.g.: books containing poetry)? 177
186 Do you have any musical instruments at home (e.g.: a piano)? 178
187 Do you have any works of art at home (e.g.: paintings)? 179
189 At home, can you use the following equipment? If so, please indicate whether this equipment is exclusively for you to use, or whether you share it with other family members. 180
190 Can you use a tablet at your home? 181
191 Can you use a PC/Laptop at your home? 182
192 Can you use a game console at your home? 183
193 Can you use a smartphone at your home? 184
194 Can you use an other mobile phone at your home? 185
196 When you don't have school the next morning, or at weekends, until what time do your parents let you stay out by yourself? Until… 186
197 When you don't have school the next morning, or at weekends, until what time do your parents let you stay out by yourself? Until… 187
198 When you have school the next morning, until what time do your parents let you stay up during the week? Until… 188
199 When you don't have school the next morning, or at weekends, until what time do your parents let you stay up? Until… 189
201 What of the following things have you ever done without your parents? 190
202 I have been on holiday without my parents. 191
203 I have traveled by train or by plane without my parents. 192
204 I have been to see a doctor without my parents. 193
205 I have bought my own clothes without my parents. 194
206 I have cooked or baked on my own without my parents. 195
208 I have been to the cinema without my parents. 197
209 I have drunk alcohol without my parents. 198
210 I have smoked cigarettes without my parents. 199
211 I used to smoke hookah / shisha without a parent. 200
213 How often do your parents try to have a say in who you spend your time with or who your friends are? 201
214 How interested are your parents in your performance at school? 202
215 The next question is about how your friends, siblings, and parents behave towards you. 203
216 How often do you turn to your friends when you're worried about something? 204
217 How often do you turn to your siblings when you're worried about something? 205
218 How often do you turn to the following people when you're worried about something? 206
219 How often do you turn to your father when you're worried about something? 207
220 How often do you turn to your relatives people when you're worried about something? 208
221 How often do your friends help or support you when something is important to you? 209
222 How often do your siblings help or support you when something is important to you? 210
223 How often does your mother help or support you when something is important to you? 211
224 How often does your father help or support you when something is important to you? 212
225 How often do other relatives help or support you when something is important to you? 213
226 How often do your friends order you around? 214
227 How often do your siblings order you around? 215
228 How often do your mother order you around? 216
229 How often does your father order you? 217
230 How often do other relatives order you around? 218
231 How often do your friends tell you that it's important that you perform well at school and learn a lot? 219
232 How often do your siblings tell you that it's important that you perform well at school and learn a lot? 220
233 How often do your mother tell you that it's important that you perform well at school and learn a lot? 221
234 How often do your father tell you that it's important that you perform well at school and learn a lot? 222
235 How often do your relatives tell you that it's important that you perform well at school and learn a lot? 223
236 How often do you argue with your friends? 224
237 How often do you argue with your siblings? 225
238 How often do you argue with your mother? 226
239 How often do you argue with your father? 227
240 How often do you argue with other relatives? 228
241 How important is your father for your life currently? 229
242 How important for your life is your mother currently? 230
243 How important for your life is your siblings currently? 231
244 How important for your life is other relatives currently? 232
245 How important for your life is your boy-/girlfriend currently? 233
246 How important for your life is your best friend currently? 234
247 How important for your life is currently your group to which you belong? 235
248 How important for your life is currently a teacher? 236
249 How important for your life is currently another person? 237
250 Do you have older siblings who go to school in Germany? 238
251 Now we have questions about three of your older siblings who go to school in Germany. 239
253 What do you think, what degree will your oldest brother or oldest sister reach? 241
254 Do you have more older siblings? 242
255 Now to your second oldest sibling: Please enter the first name of your brother or sister! 243
256 What do you think, what degree does your second oldest brother or your second oldest sister want to achieve? 244
258 Now to your third oldest sibling: Please state the first name of your brother or sister! 246
259 What do you think, which school degree will reach your third oldest brother or sister? 247
260 Frequency of certain recreational activities B014
261 How often do you watch TV, DVDs or Internet streams (like YouTube) in German? 248
262 How often do you watch TV, DVDs, or Internet streams (such as YouTube) in one or more other languages? 249
263 How often do you use computer- /Online- /console- or smart phone games? 250
264 How often do you use social online networks? 251
265 How many times are you on the phone (including Skype or similar)? 252
266 How often do you exchange text messages or messengers? 253
267 How often do you surf on the internet? 254
268 How often do you listen to music? 255
269 How often do you make music? 256
270 How often do you make sport? 257
271 How often do you do something with the family (for example, trips or similar)? 258
272 How often are you with friends? 259
273 How often do you practice dance, theater or something else? 260
274 How often do you do technical work and work? 261
275 How often do you paint or make? 262
277 How often do you just do nothing, hang or dream? 264
278 How often do you involved social or support aid projects? 265
279 How often do you go in youth group? 266
280 How often do you take care of pets? 267
281 How often do you visit extracurricular religious education? 268
282 How often do you visit other religious events? 269
283 How often do you visit a culture association? 270
284 Hours stay in different facilities B015
285 Now it's about whether you're in the following places after school. 271
286 How many hours are you in the daytime during the week? 272
287 How many hours each weekend do you spend at a day care group? 273
288 How many hours per week do you spend at a youth center or a community gathering? 274
289 How many hours each weekend do you spend at a youth center or a community gathering? 275
290 How many hours each week do you spend in a sports club or other recreational facility? 276
291 How many hours do you spend in the weekend at a sports club or other recreational facility? 277
292 Hours per day occupations B016
293 Now, we'd like to know more precisely how many hours you spend doing specific things on your average weekday or on an average weekend. 278
294 How many hours per day do you watch television, DVDs or internet streams (eg Youtube) on a school day / day? 279
295 How many hours per day do you spend watching TV, DVDs or internet streams, such as YouTube, at the weekend? 280
296 How many hours a day do you spend with computer, online, console or smartphone games on a school day / weekday? 281
297 And how many hours per day do you spend with computer, online, console or smartphone games on the weekend? 282
298 How many hours per day do you spend on a school day / day with the benefit of online social networking or surfing the Internet? 283
299 And how many hours a day do you spend the weekend using social networking online or surfing the internet? 284
300 How many hours per school / weekday do you spend playing music? 285
301 How many hours per day do you spend playing music at the weekend? 286
302 How many hours a day do you play sports on a school day / weekday? 287
303 And how many hours per day do you play sports at the weekend? 288
306 How many of your close friends live in your country of origin? 290
307 How many of your closed friends live in Germany? 291
309 How many of your friends, who are living in Germany, are from Germany, how many come from country of origin and how many from another country? 293
310 Where does your best friend or your best friend come from? 294
311 How about your three best friends in Germany, with whom you meet regularly and who are about your age? Which graduation does your best friend want to reach? 295
312 Where does your second best friend or your second best friend come from? 296
313 Which graduation does your second best friend or your second best friend want to achieve? 297
314 Where does your third best friend or your third best friend come from? 298
315 Which school will your third best friend or your third best friend reach? 299
316 How often does this child spend time in his / her free time with persons from his/her country of origin who not related with him or her? 300
318 How often does this child spend time in his/her free time with persons from other countries? 302
319 How many people from your native country have you met, with whom you have regular contact, since you arrived in Germany? 303
320 How many German people have you met since your arrival in Germany with whom you have regular contact? 304
321 How is it today? Do you get pocket money or a regular financial support from your parents or other relatives? 305
322 How much allowance or financial support do you get per week / per month? 306
323 Are you able to save some money on occasional or regular basis? (e.g. for holidays or larger purchase) 307
324 How much do you save per month? 308
326 How would you describe your current health? 309
327 What is your current height (in centimeters)? 310
328 What is your current weight (in kilograms)? 311
329 Now, we're going to talk about the last two weeks. How often in the last two weeks have you been affected by the following problems? 312
330 Little interest or pleasure in your activities? 313
331 Low spirits, melancholy or hopelessness? 314
332 Nervousness, anxiety or tension? 315
333 Unable to stop or control worrying? 316
334 Politics, religion, roles, attitudes and feelings B019
336 Many people in Germany tend to identify with a specific political party over time, even if they sometimes vote for a different party, don't actually vote or are not allowed to vote. How is it for you in this case? Do you tend to identify with a specific political party in Germany? 318
337 Which party do you tend to identify with? 319
338 Do you belong to a church, religious community or faith? 320
339 Which Christian religious community do you belong to? 321
340 Which Islamic denomination do you belong to? 322
341 Which religious community do you belong to? 323
342 Somebody can be religious, whether they belong to a religious community or not. How important are your beliefs and/or your religion for your sense of well-being and happiness? 324
344 The following is about your opinion, certain things in a family should be done more by a man or a woman. 326
345 Who should look after the children in a family? 327
346 Who should cook in a family? 328
347 Who should earn money in a family? 329
348 Who should clean in a family? 330
349 Who should make important family decisions? 331
350 What is your attitude towards the following topics? 332
351 What is your attitude to living together as a couple without being married? 333
352 What is your attitude towards divorce? 334
353 What is your attitude towards abortion? 335
354 What is your attitude towards homosexuality? 336
355 Let's return to how things were when you arrived in Germany. When you arrived in Germany, did you feel welcome? 337
356 And how is it now: Do you feel welcome in Germany now? 338
357 How strongly do you feel connected to your native country? 339
358 To what extent do you agree with the following statement? I often think about positive things that I experienced before I came to Germany. 340
359 To what extent do you agree with the following statement? I often think about negative things that I experienced before I came to Germany. 341
360 How often do you feel that you miss people from your native country? 342
361 How often do you feel that you miss the company of others? 343
362 How often do you feel like an outsider? 344
363 How often do you feel social isolated? 345
364 The following is a series of statements. To what extent do you agree with these statements? I have a positive attitude towards myself. 346
365 I try to think of how I can change difficult situations. 347
366 No matter what happens to me, I think I have my reactions under control. 348
367 I think I can develop further if I deal with difficult situations. 349
368 I actively seek ways to balance out the losses that have affected my in my life. 350
369 Attitudes to life and future B020
370 The following statements characterise different attitudes regarding life and future. To what extent would you agree with the following statements? 351
371 What can be achieved in life is mainly a result of fate or luck. 352
372 You must work hard to achieve success. 353
373 Would you describe yourself as someone who tries to avoid risks (risk-averse) or as someone who is willing to take risks (risk-prone)? 354
374 In conclusion, we would like to ask you about your satisfaction with your life in general. How satisfied are you with your life, all things considered? 355
15 Questions about the mother B001
33 Speaking B003
40 How many hours per week do you participate in this special language program? 38
54 School B004
55 When did you first go to school? 52
117 Work / acquisition B006
121 Which industry, branch or service sector did the company or institution operate in there? 116
131 I like to share with others 125
154 Own attitude B008
188 Application of device at home B010
195 Permission of parents B011
207 I have exchanged goods in a shop without my parents. 196
212 Questions about family relationships B013
252 Now about your oldest sibling: What is the first name of your oldest sibling? 240
276 How often do you read? 263
317 How often does this child spend time in his / her free time with persons from Germany? 301
325 Health, height, depression etc. B018
335 Generally speaking, how interested are you in politics? 317
343 How many times do you pray? 325
149 I think before acting 143
179 Do you have schoolbooks or textbooks at home? 171
180 Do you have a dictionary at home? 172
304 close friends B017
305 How many close friends do you have? 289
308 How many of your closed friends live in another country? 292
17 In what year did your mother die? 17
24 Question about your father B002
124 Which industry, branch or service sector does the company or institution work in? 119
200 Do things without parents B012
176 To be present of ... at home B009
257 Do you have more older siblings? 245
375 Are there any further notes related to the interview? 356
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Label: Youth (11-17-year-olds, M3-M5) 2018


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