Innovative Language Modules

Variables

Sort Variable Name
0 Original Household Number cid
1 Current Household Number hid
2 Never Changing Person Id pid
3 Survey-Year syear
4 Innovative Module: Foreign Languages im_lng
5 First language mspr
6 Language Identification Variable IM Foreign Languages fspr_id
7 Knowledge of this foreign language fspr1
8 Rating of language skills in this foreign language fspr2
9 Can ask questions in this foreign language fspr3_1
10 Can describe short issues in this foreign language fspr3_2
11 Can tell stories in this foreign language fspr3_3
12 Flexible use of this foreign language in job/education/studying fspr3_4
13 Can describe complex issues spontaneously/fluently in this foreign language fspr3_5
14 No answer concerning the competence in this foreign language fspr3_9
15 Frequency of usage of this foreign language at home fspr4
16 Frequency of usage of this foreign language with friends fspr5
17 Frequency of usage of this foreign language on the job fspr6
18 Innovative Module: Foreign Languages on the Job im_lngj
19 Foreign language on the job spra1
20 Most often used language spra21
21 Second most often used language spra22
22 Third most often used language spra23
23 Fourth most often used language spra24
24 Fifth most often used language spra25
25 Total dk spra2ka
26 Official working language company total spra3
27 Official working language local branch spra4
28 Innovative Module: Language Skills im_sk
29 Language Identification Variable IM Language Skills sk_id
30 Mother tongue/s isk01
31 Do you have language skills in this additional language? isk02
32 By „German“ as your mother tongue, do you mean… isk02a_1
33 By „German“ as a foreign language, do you mean… isk02a_2
34 Language skills today: What actions would you dare to do? isk03
35 When did you start learning this additional language? isk05
36 Reason for learning: compulsory education isk06_1
37 Reason for learning: interest in an optional class at school isk06_2
38 Reason for learning: required for university isk06_3
39 Reason for learning: employer‘s request isk06_4
40 Reason for learning: period abroad isk06_5
41 Reason for learning: bi- or multilingual family isk06_6
42 Reason for learning: hobby isk06_7
43 Reason for learning: partner/friend isk06_8
44 Reason for learning: other reason isk06_9
45 Reason for learning: no answer isk06_ka
46 Language skills at end of compulsory education: What did you dare to do? isk07
47 Mother tongue/s of father isk09
48 Language skills of father in this additional language isk10
49 By „German“ as a mother tongue / foreign language of your father, do you mean… isk10a
50 Mother tongue/s of mother isk11
51 Language skills of mother in this additional language isk12
52 By „German“ as a mother tongue / foreign language of your mother, do you mean… isk12a
53 Lived abroad for at least six months in the following country: no. 1 isk13_land1
54 Lived abroad for at least six months in the following country: no. 2 isk13_land2
55 Lived abroad for at least six months in the following country: no. 3 isk13_land3
56 Lived abroad for at least six months in the following country: no. 4 isk13_land4
57 Lived abroad for at least six months in the following country: no. 5 isk13_land5
58 Lived abroad for at least six months in the following country: no. 6 isk13_land6
59 In which economic sector would you like to find a job? isk14
60 Innovative Module: Language and Identity im_sui
61 Can you speak a German dialect or Platt? si01
62 Do you speak a German dialect? si01_b
63 Importance of dialect/Platt for identity si02
64 Frequency of speaking dialect/Platt si02b
65 Dialect/Platt mother si03a
66 Dialect/Platt father si03b
67 Importance of dialect/Platt for mother‘s identity si04a
68 Importance of dialect/Platt for father‘s identity si04b
69 Usage of dialect or Standard High German with children si05a
70 Usage of dialect or Standard High German with parents si05b
71 Usage of dialect or Standard High German with colleagues si05c
72 Usage of dialect or Standard High German with doctor si05d
73 Dialect mother speaking to grandparents si06a
74 Dialect father speaking to grandparents si06b
75 Own Standard High German compared to a news presenter si09
76 Provenance recognized based on language when speaking Standard High German si10a
77 Provenance recognized based on language when speaking dialect si10b
78 Driving distance to maternal grandparents as a child si12a
79 Driving distance to paternal grandparents as a child si12b
80 Rating of own English skills (grading system 1 to 6) si13
81 Interviewer rating of interviewee‘s language si14
82 Interviewer rating of interviewee‘s eloquence si14b
83 Interviewer rating of interviewer‘s language (no specifier) si15
84 Interviewer rating of interviewer‘s language in general si15_general
85 Interviewer rating of interviewer‘s language during the interview si15_interview
86 Primary school: language spoken by most classmates si16
87 Innovative Module: Multilingualism, language attitudes, socioeconomic reflection im_langatt
88 Split Dummy Language Attitudes langatt_split
89 If speaking a German dialect: How well do you speak this dialect? langatt01
90 Pronounciation clearly indicating region of origin when speaking High German? langatt04
91 How likeable is the following dialect: Low German / Platt langatt08a01
92 How likeable is the following dialect: Bavarian langatt08a02
93 How likeable is the following dialect: Standard High German langatt08a03
94 How likeable is the following dialect: Swabian langatt08a04
95 How likeable is the following dialect: Saxon langatt08a05
96 How likeable is the following dialect: Berlin dialect langatt08a06
97 How likeable is the following dialect: Hessian langatt08a07
98 How likeable is the following dialect: Colognian dialect / Rhinelandic langatt08a08
99 How likeable is the following dialect: North German langatt08a09
100 How likeable is the following dialect: Swiss German langatt08a10
101 How likeable is the following dialect: Austrian langatt08a11
102 How likeable is the following dialect: the dialect you speak yourself langatt08a12
103 Language Identification Variable IM Language Attitudes langatt_id
104 How likeable is the respective language (designated by langatt_id) langatt08b
105 Speaking respective language at home (designated by langatt_id) langatt11a
106 Speaking other language at home langatt11a_other
107 Feeling connected to Germany langatt11b
108 Feeling connected to country of birth or country of mother tongue langatt11c
109 Internet access langatt13b
110 Interest in additional survey langatt15
111 Informed consent langatt16
112 Own vs. Shared e-mail address langatt18
113 Speaking in everyday life: Only Standard High German langatt051
114 Speaking in everyday life: Mostly Standard High German langatt052
115 Speaking in everyday life: mixture of dialect and Standard High German langatt053
116 Speaking in everyday life: mostly dialect or Platt langatt054
117 Speaking in everyday life: only dialect or Platt langatt055
118 Speaking in everyday life: other langatt056
119 Considers respective language mother tongue (designated by langatt_id) langatt110
120 Other mother tongue langatt110_other
121 Language skills in respective language (designated by langatt_id) langatt120
122 Language skills in other language langatt120_other
123 Lived for 6 months in: Baden-Wuerttemberg lbula01
124 Lived for 6 months in: Bavaria lbula02
125 Lived for 6 months in: Berlin lbula03
126 Lived for 6 months in: Brandenburg lbula04
127 Lived for 6 months in: Bremen lbula05
128 Lived for 6 months in: Hamburg lbula06
129 Lived for 6 months in: Hesse lbula07
130 Lived for 6 months in: Mecklenburg-West Pomerania lbula08
131 Lived for 6 months in: Lower Saxony lbula09
132 Lived for 6 months in: North Rhine-Westphalia lbula10
133 Lived for 6 months in: Rhineland-Palatinate lbula11
134 Lived for 6 months in: Saarland lbula12
135 Lived for 6 months in: Saxony lbula13
136 Lived for 6 months in: Saxony-Anhalt lbula14
137 Lived for 6 months in: Schleswig-Holstein lbula15
138 Lived for 6 months in: Thuringia lbula16
139 Lived for 6 months in: No answer lbulaka
140 Split Dummy Language II is5_split
141 Innovative Module: Additional online survey on languages im_onlang
142 Participated in wave participated_wave
143 Split A/B split1
144 Split C/D/E split2
145 Split F/G split3
146 Split H/I split4
147 Split J/K split5
148 Split L/M split6
149 Split N/O split7
150 Split P/Q split8
151 Start date and time stime
152 End date and time etime
153 Duration of interview in total (end time – start time) intdau
154 Introduction einleitung
155 Time before onlang1 onlang_zm1
156 Interest in language onlang1
157 Time before onlang2 onlang_zm2
158 Someone speaks partly dialect, has an accent: likeable? onlang2a
159 Someone speaks Standard High German, has an accent: likeable? onlang2b
160 Should more be done in support of Platt? onlang3
161 Time before onlang4 onlang_zm3
162 Bavarian: melodic onlang4a
163 Bavarian: attractive onlang4b
164 Bavarian: logical onlang4c
165 Bavarian: pretty onlang4d
166 Bavarian: soft onlang4e
167 Bavarian: systematic onlang4f
168 Saxon: melodic onlang5a
169 Saxon: attractive onlang5b
170 Saxon: logical onlang5c
171 Saxon: pretty onlang5d
172 Saxon: soft onlang5e
173 Saxon: systematic onlang5f
174 Platt: melodic onlang6a
175 Platt: attractive onlang6b
176 Platt: logical onlang6c
177 Platt: pretty onlang6d
178 Platt: soft onlang6e
179 Platt: systematic onlang6f
180 German: melodic onlang7a
181 German: attractive onlang7b
182 German: logical onlang7c
183 German: pretty onlang7d
184 German: soft onlang7e
185 German: systematic onlang7f
186 Time before onlang8 onlang_zm4
187 Estimate % German population with other mother tongue than German onlang8
188 Hypothetical: Send child to a German-Italian kindergarten? onlang9a
189 Hypothetical: Send child to a German-Turkish kindergarten? onlang9b
190 Which language classes should be offered in school: Arabic onlang10_arabic
191 Which language classes should be offered in school: Chinese onlang10_chinese
192 Which language classes should be offered in school: English onlang10_english
193 Which language classes should be offered in school: French onlang10_french
194 Which language classes should be offered in school: Italian onlang10_italian
195 Which language classes should be offered in school: Japanese onlang10_japanese
196 Which language classes should be offered in school: Latin onlang10_latin
197 Which language classes should be offered in school: Polish onlang10_polish
198 Which language classes should be offered in school: Russian onlang10_russian
199 Which language classes should be offered in school: Spanish onlang10_spanish
200 Which language classes should be offered in school: Turkish onlang10_turkish
201 Time before onlang11 onlang_zm5
202 Language differences: Northern Germans vs. Southern Germans onlang11a
203 Language differences: Eastern Germans vs. Western Germans onlang11b
204 Language differences: Germans vs. Austrians onlang12a
205 Language differences: Germans vs. Swiss onlang12b
206 Time before onlang13 onlang_zm6
207 Participant sometimes seeks information about language onlang13
208 Seeking information about language: private context onlang14
209 Seeking information about language: professional context onlang15
210 Time before onlang16 onlang_zm7
211 How they seek information about language: dictionaries onlang16a
212 How they seek information about language: reference work onlang16b
213 How they seek information about language: internet search onlang16c
214 How they seek information about language: online dictionaries onlang16d
215 How they seek information about language: other online services onlang16e
216 How they seek information about language: asks someone onlang16f
217 How they seek information about language: apps onlang16g
218 How they seek information about language: other onlang16h
219 Time before onlang17 onlang_zm8
220 Frequency searching for: orthography onlang17a
221 Frequency searching for: grammar onlang17b
222 Frequency searching for: origin of words onlang17c
223 Frequency searching for: meaning of words onlang17d
224 Time before onlang18 onlang_zm9
225 Current development of the German language onlang18a
226 Current state of the German language onlang18b
227 How important is orthography to you when writing German? onlang19
228 Noticed change in the German language onlang20
229 Severity of change of German language onlang21
230 Time before onlang22 onlang_zm10
231 Examples for change in German: abbreviations onlang22_abbrev
232 Examples for change in German: genitive used less onlang22_less_geni
233 Examples for change in German: more English onlang22_more_eng
234 Examples for change in German: punctuation / spelling onlang22_punct
235 Examples for change in German: simplification onlang22_simplif
236 Time before onlang23 onlang_zm11
237 What causes change in German: ads onlang23_ads
238 What causes change in German: chats onlang23_chats
239 What causes change in German: immigrants onlang23_immigrants
240 What causes change in German: internet onlang23_internet
241 What causes change in German: media onlang23_media
242 What causes change in German: TV onlang23_tv
243 What causes change in German: youth onlang23_youth
244 Time before onlang24 onlang_zm12
245 More should be done for the German language onlang24
246 Who should do more for the German language: government onlang25_gov
247 Who should do more for the German language: media onlang25_media
248 Who should do more for the German language: parents onlang25_parents
249 Who should do more for the German language: politician onlang25_politi
250 Who should do more for the German language: kindergarten onlang25_preschool
251 Who should do more for the German language: school onlang25_school
252 Who should do more for the German language: the state onlang25_state
253 Who should do more for the German language: teachers onlang25_teachers
254 Time before onlang26 onlang_zm13
255 Do you know the term „Leichte Sprache“? onlang26
256 Frequency contact with „Leichter Sprache“ onlang27
257 Time before onlang28 onlang_zm14
258 How often do you use „Leichte Sprache“ offers? onlang28
259 Time before onlang29 onlang_zm15
260 Gender-inclusive language framed in context of gender equality onlang29a
261 Gender-inclusive language framed in context of designation of individuals onlang29b
262 Time before onlang30 onlang_zm16
263 Frequency reading: books onlang30a
264 Frequency reading: newspapers onlang30b
265 Frequency reading: digital books onlang30c
266 Frequency reading: digital newspapers onlang30d
267 Frequency writing: by hand onlang31a
268 Frequency writing: (computer) keyboard onlang31b
269 Frequency writing: virtual keyboard onlang31c
270 Time before onlang33 onlang_zm17
271 Audio: male or female voice onlang32
272 Rating sentence auditory: Das ist mir alles viel zu aufwendig, weil da hat… onlang33a1
273 Rating sentence auditory: Nein, damit kommen wir nicht weiter, da halte ich… onlang33a2
274 Rating sentence auditory: Die Spanisch-AG findet zu einem Zeitpunkt statt, wo… onlang33a3
275 Rating sentence auditory: Dann habe ich ihm gesagt, du brauchst nächsten… onlang33a4
276 Rating sentence auditory: Ja, das stimmt, unser Krankenhaus hat 'n relativ… onlang33a5
277 Rating sentence auditory: Er kann das nicht besser, er ist halt kein… onlang33a6
278 Rating sentence auditory: Ich wollte noch was fragen, und zwar wegen dem… onlang33a7
279 Rating sentence auditory: Er hat seine Reise trotz des schlechten Wetters… onlang33a8
280 Rating sentence auditory: Sie wollen zum Bahnhof? Dann muessen Sie… onlang33a9
281 Rating sentence auditory: Und er war immer noch war er auf dem Weg nach Hause. onlang33a10
282 Rating sentence written: Das ist mir alles viel zu aufwendig, weil da hat… onlang33b1
283 Rating sentence written: Nein, damit kommen wir nicht weiter, da halte ich… onlang33b2
284 Rating sentence written: Die Spanisch-AG findet zu einem Zeitpunkt… onlang33b3
285 Rating sentence written: Dann habe ich ihm gesagt, du brauchst nächsten… onlang33b4
286 Rating sentence written: Ja, das stimmt, unser Krankenhaus hat 'n relativ… onlang33b5
287 Rating sentence written: Er kann das nicht besser, er ist halt kein… onlang33b6
288 Rating sentence written: Ich wollte noch was fragen, und zwar wegen dem… onlang33b7
289 Rating sentence written: Er hat seine Reise trotz des schlechten Wetters… onlang33b8
290 Rating sentence written: Sie wollen zum Bahnhof? Dann muessen Sie… onlang33b9
291 Rating sentence written: Und er war immer noch war er auf dem Weg… onlang33b10
292 Position of the first sentence of onlang33 onlang33pos1
293 Position of the second sentence of onlang33 onlang33pos2
294 Position of the third sentence of onlang33 onlang33pos3
295 Position of the fourth sentence of onlang33 onlang33pos4
296 Position of the fifth sentence of onlang33 onlang33pos5
297 Position of the sixth sentence of onlang33 onlang33pos6
298 Position of the seventh sentence of onlang33 onlang33pos7
299 Position of the eighth sentence of onlang33 onlang33pos8
300 Position of the ninth sentence of onlang33 onlang33pos9
301 Position of the tenth sentence of onlang33 onlang33pos10
302 Time before onlang34 onlang_zm18
303 Feeling connected to your residential area onlang34
304 Time before onlang35 onlang_zm19
305 Incentive (5 EUR for oneself or for UNICEF) onlang35
306 Time after onlang35 onlang_zm20
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Dataset: ilanguage

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