## Questionnaire Text

 Bolivia 1992 Colombia 1985 Colombia 1993 Dominican Republic 1981 Paraguay 1982 Uruguay 1985
Bolivia 1992 — source variable BO1992A_CHABRM — Number of male children living abroad
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Only for women who have had daughters or sons who were born alive

[Applies to questions 21-23.]

22. Of those children currently alive, how many live in another country?

____ Number of children who live in another country

____ Males
____ Females

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D. Only for women 12 years of age and older

Questions 20 to 23 should only be asked of women 12 years of age and older, including unmarried women. These questions are not asked when the person being enumerated is a man. Instead cross out part D of the Form with a diagonal line.

These questions are of great importance for the demographic analysis. Take special care to ask them verbatim without excluding unmarried women.

Question 22. Of the children currently alive, how many live in another country?

The quantity of living sons and daughters who live outside of Bolivia will be asked for, recording them separately by sex.

Colombia 1985 — source variable CO1985A_OTHCTRYM — Number of male children living in other countries
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E. For women fifteen years old or older.
[Applies to questions 46 - 50]

48. Of the children that are still alive, how many live in another country?

(If none, write '0' in both spaces)

Men_ _
Women _ _

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E. Only for women 15 years old or older

(Questions 46 to 50)

Take into account that this part of the form is directed only to women and that it should only be filled out for women who are 15 years old or older, even if they are single.

Question No. 48 Children alive in another country

[Below the text is a form.]

Write the number of children currently alive who reside or live in another country. Write the total number of male children in the corresponding box and the total number of female children in the corresponding box; if none of the sons or daughters who are alive currently lives abroad, write 0 in both boxes.

Colombia 1993 — source variable CO1993A_CHABRDM — Sons abroad
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F 4. Ask these questions of all women who are twelve years old or more.

42. How many of your children currently live outside of Colombia?

_ _ Number of male children
_ _ Number of female children
00 None (continue with the next person)

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F4. Ask these questions to all women 12 years old or older

42. How many of [the respondent]'s sons and daughters currently live outside of Colombia?

Write the number of "No. of male children" and separately the number of "No. of female children" who live or reside at the moment of the census outside of the country. If none of the children alive reside outside of the country, mark with "x" option "00".

[Below the text is a form.]

If the interviewed person does not know this information, write "99" in the boxes "No. of male children" and "No. of female children".

If only one of the boxes has information about children abroad write "00" in the other

Dominican Republic 1981 — source variable DO1981A_CHABRM — Male children who live abroad
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For women 12 years of age and older [Applies to questions 66-72.]

D. Fertility Characteristics

70. How many currently live abroad?

____ Total
____ Males
____ Females
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For women 12 years of age and older

Question 70: How many [children] currently live abroad?

The number of males and females is recorded.

The corresponding circles are filled in.

Paraguay 1982 — source variable PY1982A_CHABRDM — Male children living outside Paraguay
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Only for women 14 years of age and older

For those who answered "yes," ask the following questions:

How many currently live abroad?

____ Total
____ Males
____ Females

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Question 10

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If the answer is no or do not know, annul the rest of the questions in this box. If the answer is yes, ask the following questions.

How many children born alive have you had in total?

On the corresponding line write the total number of children born alive; the number of men and women, including those who are absent or who have died.

[A depiction of the question to the right of the preceding text and a drawing below the text are omitted here.]

How many of them currently live in Paraguay?

Write down the total number of men and women children who currently live in Paraguay, be it in the place of enumeration or in another district.

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[P. 43]

How many of them currently live outside of the country?

Write down the total number of men and women children who currently reside outside of the country. Do not include those who are outside of the country on a visit or for business.

[A depiction of question and a drawing to the right of the preceding text is omitted here.]

How many children have died?

[A depiction of question below the preceding text and a drawing to the left of the text is omitted here.]

Write down the total number of children, men and/or women, who have died. Do not include those born dead.

On what date was your last child born? Is that child still alive?

On the corresponding line write the day, month, and year of birth of the last child born alive.
Make an X in the corresponding box, indicating if this child is alive or dead.

[A depiction of question to the right of the preceding text is omitted here.]

Uruguay 1985 — source variable UY1985A_CHABRM — Number of male children abroad
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(IV) Other characteristics
[Questions 19-21 were asked of women age 15 or older]

[Questions 20 and 21 were asked of women age 15 or older who had children born alive.]

20. Of your children born alive,

How many currently live abroad?

Number and sex of children who currently live abroad

_ _ Men
_ _ Women

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IV. Other characteristics -- for women age 15 or older

This is the last chapter of the form, but is not the least important. From the exactitude and seriousness that you ask and write down the results of these questions, now unknown aspects about the birth rate, death rate and international migration of our country will be known.

Review the previous questions; if a person that you are enumerating is a woman and is 15 years of age or older, you should ask her the questions of Chapter IV.

If it is a man or a woman younger than 15, you will not ask any more questions, cross out with a diagonal line questions No. 19, 20 and 21 and go to the next person.

Do not forget that the result of your work will be useful only if the question is answered by all women age 15 or older, whatever their married state is.

Make sure to ask the questions directly to the enumerated woman, and write down all the responses that you get.

For question No. 19 "How many total children born alive have you had?", you should write down the number corresponding to the response you get.

When you ask the question "How many total children born alive have you had?," it refers to all children born alive during the life of the enumerated woman up to the day of the census, whether legitimate or natural, from a marriage, current union or any other previous state. Because it concerns children born alive, stillborn children should not be included, but those who were born alive and died soon thereafter should be included.

If a woman had any children, you should continue the interview.

On the contrary, that is to say, if she did not have children, write down "0" (zero) in question No. 19; do not ask questions No. 20 and 21; cross them out with a diagonal line and go to the next person.

Question No. 20 is:

Of your children born alive, how many currently live in this country?

How many currently live abroad?

How many have died?

Pause between questions, with the purpose of getting the answer and writing it down in the corresponding place.

When a woman tells you that she has children who live abroad, ask how many of these children are men and how many are women [males or females].

Only if the answer to any of the questions is none, write down "0" (zero).

You should always ask the question as they are worded in the document, never imply an answer.