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Benin 2002 Germany 1981 Ireland 1971 Mexico 1970
Benin 2013 Greece 2001 Ireland 1979 Poland 1978
Brazil 1960 Greece 2011 Ireland 1981 Poland 1988
Brazil 1970 Hungary 1970 Ireland 1986 Poland 2002
Brazil 1980 Hungary 1980 Ireland 1991 Poland 2011
Brazil 1991 Hungary 1990 Ireland 2002 Senegal 1988
Brazil 2000 Hungary 2001 Ireland 2006 Spain 2001
Fiji 2007 Hungary 2011 Ireland 2016 Togo 1970
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Benin 2002 — source variable BJ2002A_NUCLEUS — Family nucleus number
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For all persons
[Questions in columns 1 to 11 were asked of all persons]

Now we would like to ask for information on you and the persons habitually living in your household or currently residing in your home

(3) Relationship to the head of household

What is the family tie of [the respondent] to the head of household?____

[] 1 CM = head of household
[] 2 EP = spouse of head of household
[] 3 ENF = child of head of household
[] 4 PAR = father and mother of head of household
[] 5 BPAR = parents-in-law of head of household
[] 6 PENF = grandson, granddaughter of head of household
[] 7 EPC = placed children
[] 8 AP = other relatives
[] 0 No ties

Number of nuclear units _

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i) Socio-demographic characteristics

Column (3): Family relations to the head of household, conjugal relation and nuclear unit number.
The determination of the family relation to the head of household and the conjugal relationship of the women requires asking a series of questions.
1) First, ask the following question: "What is the relation of [the respondent] to the head of household?" and report the corresponding code in the first box to the right;
The answers to this question are pre-coded and are as follows:

[] 1. C.M.: Head of Household
[] 2. E.P.: Wife or husband of head of household
[] 3. ENF.: Child of head of household
[] 4. PAR.: Father or mother of head of household
[] 5. BPAR.: In-laws of head of household
[] 6. PENF: Grandson or granddaughters of head of household
[] 7. E.P.C.: Entrusted or placed children
[] 8. A.P: Other relatives of head of household
[] 0. S.P.: No family relation to the head of household

2) Then ask: "Does [the respondent] have his father and mother in the household?" If the answer is YES, write down on the line above the boxes son of a x b whereby a is the line number of the father and b the line number of the mother. If one of the parents is not part of the household, replace his/her number with 0.
3) For married household members, ask: "Does the partner of [the respondent] live with the household?" If yes, ask for his/her name and write down, above the boxes, EP [spouse] of d, whereby d is the line number of the partner in household.
Note: Registering information on the conjugal relations for married household members does not exclude registering family relations with the head of household.
Filling out the right-hand box in the column on nuclear family unit is reserved for the office. As a result, this box shall be left empty.


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Benin 2013 — source variable BJ2013A_NUCLEUS — Number of nuclear family unit
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For all persons
[Questions 1-12 were asked of all persons]

3. Family relationship - What is the family tie of the head of household?

[] 01 Head of household
[] 02 Husband/wife of head of household
[] 03 Child of head of household
[] 04 Son-in-law or daughter-in-law of head of household
[] 05 Grandson or granddaughter of head of household
[] 06 Father or mother of head of household
[] 07 Father-in-law or mother-in-law of head of household
[] 08 Brother or sister of head of household
[] 09 Co-wife of head of household
[] 10 Other relative or child of a partner
[] 11 Adopted or guarded child by head of household
[] 12 No family relation to head of household
[] 98 Does not know

Number of nuclear units _ _

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Section 2: Individual characteristics of household members

Questions 1 [order number] to 12 [residency status] apply to all persons to count in the household.

Familial nucleus - This is a group of persons made by a couple with or without children or an adult with at least of his/her children. It consists of persons linked by a conjugal relation and/or biological relation [paternal or maternal].

To inquire about this information, for each household member:
Ask the following questions:
Q1: "Does [the respondent] have his/her father and mother in the household?"
If the answer is Yes, write on the line above the boxes: "Son/daughter of [Line number of father] x [Line number of mother]"


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Brazil 1960 — source variable BR1960A_FAMNUM — Family number within the household

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Brazil 1970 — source variable BR1970A_FAMNUM — Family number within the household

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Brazil 1980 — source variable BR1980A_FAMMEMB — Family membership
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5. Belong to which family
[] 0 single family
Multiple family (convivente):
[] 1 1st
[] 2 2nd
[] 3 3rd
[] 4 Collective dwelling
[] 5 Individual

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Question 5 - Family to which each person belongs

In private households
Mark the number of the family to which each person belongs, in the following way:
Single family - when the domicile is occupied by just one family;
1st family of multiple-family household - for the members of the family of the head of the household when more than one family live together;


[p. 41]

2nd family of multiple-family household - for the members of the second family in the multiple-family household; or
3rd family of multiple-family household - for the members of the last family in the multiple-family household.


Please note that if more than three families are living together in a multiple-family private household, the household will be considered a collective dwelling, the Census Forms should be filled out according to the respective instructions, and a List for Collective Dwelling - CD 1.03 - should be issued.
In collective dwellings
Mark the box:
In collective dwelling - for persons belonging to a family living in a collective dwelling; or
Individual - on the Census forms referring to persons who live alone in collective dwellings.


Examples of situations regarding condition in the household, condition in the family, and the family to which the person belongs:

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Brazil 1991 — source variable BR1991A_FAMTYPE — Type of family
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4. Belong to which family
[] 1 individual
[] 2 collective dwelling
Multiple families:
[] 1 1st
[] 2 2nd
[] 3 3rd
[] 4 4th
[] 5 5th

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Question 4 - Family the person belongs to
In private households, mark, for each person, the number of the family he or she belongs to, in the following manner:
1 - Single - when the household is inhabited by a single family.
When more than one family lives in the household, consider:
3 - 1st family in multiple family household - for members of the family of the head of the household;
4 - 2nd family in multiple family household - for members of the 2nd family in the co-residing family household;
5 - 3rd family in multiple family household - for members of the 3rd family in the co-residing family household;
6 - 4th family in multiple family household - for members of the 4th family in the co-residing family household; and
7 - 5th family in multiple family household - for members of the 5th family in the co-residing family household.

Notice that if there are more than 5 families living in a private co-residing family household, the household will be considered a collective dwelling and the questionnaires should be filled out according to the respective instructions and a CD 1.03 - List of Collective Dwelling, should be issued.
In collective dwellings, mark Box 2 - Collective Dwelling for all persons belonging to the resident family as well as to for persons alone who live in the collective dwelling - Individual.
[Examples on pages 56-58 were not translated into English]

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Brazil 2000 — source variable BR2000A_NFAM — Family number
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4.04 Number of family (if individual in collective dwelling, mark 0 [zero])
_

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Question 4.04 - Number of the family

In the case of a single family, record No. 1 for all the residents. In cases of families who live in private multiple family households, record for each person the number of the family to which he or she belongs.

The family of the person responsible for the household will always be Number 1. For the other families, if there are any, record the number in sequential order starting at Number 2.

In collective dwellings, record one (1) for all persons who are members of the family living in the multiple family household, and 0 (zero) for persons alone - individuals in collective dwellings.

[The examples in pages 96 - 97 were not translated into English.]

[p. 97]

Notice that CD 1.01 - Basic Questionnaire has only the question - Relationship with the Person Responsible for the Household.

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Fiji 2007 — source variable FJ2007A_SUBFAM — Subfamily number

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Germany 1981 — source variable DE1981A_FAMSEQ — Number of families in household

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Greece 2001 — source variable GR2001A_FAMNUM — Nuclear family serial number

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Greece 2011 — source variable GR2011A_FAMNUM — Nuclear family serial number

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Hungary 1970 — source variable HU1970A_FAMNUM — Family number within household
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Household

A household is a group of persons living together in a common housing unit or in a part of it, bearing together, at least partly, the costs of living (i.e. daily expenses, meals) on at least on of the days of the week they have a common lunch, dinner.

A household might consist of: one family, one family and their relative(s) living with, two or more families, two or more families and their relative(s) living with, one or more lone person.

Eventually there might belong to the household person(s) other than relative(s) (domestic help, person in state care, boarding student, person(s) supported for money, land or other property, etc.). Co-tenants, sub-tenants however always form a separate household.

Family

From the point of view of the census the family, the so called "family nucleus", is the smallest circle of persons living together as married couples or relatives of kin; they might be married couples without or with child(ren), lone parent (widowed, divorced, eventually never married) with never married child(ren). Male and female cohabiting (unmarried) partners together with their child(ren) should be regarded as a family as well.


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Hungary 1980 — source variable HU1980A_FAMNUM — Family number within household
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Person enumerated

1. Serial No. of the household ____

2. Serial No. of the person in the dwelling ____

3. Name of the person ____

4. Family status of the person ____


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Hungary 1990 — source variable HU1990A_FAMNUM — Family number within household

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Hungary 2001 — source variable HU2001A_FAMNUM — Family number within household

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Hungary 2011 — source variable HU2011A_FAMNUMO — Serial number of family in the household

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Ireland 1971 — source variable IE1971A_RELATE — Relationship to family head
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3. Relationship to head of household_____
Write "Head", "Wife", "Son", "Daughter", "Visitor", "Inmate", "Employee", etc. as appropriate.

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Question 2 - Sex and Question 3 - Relationship to head of household. Both the sex and the relationship to head of household entered for each person must be consistent with one another and with the name of the person as entered in Column 1. In the case of a Form A completed in Irish, note that "F" should be used for a male and "B" for a female in Column 2. The description "Visitor" must be used in Column 3 for a person whose usual residence is elsewhere (see Column 4) even though he is related to the head of the household.

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Ireland 1979 — source variable IE1979A_RELATE — Relationship to family head
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3. Relationship to head of household _______
Write "Head", "Wife", "Son", "Daughter", "Visitor", "Patient", "Employee", etc. as appropriate.

Anyone in a private household whose usual residence is elsewhere should be described as "Visitor" whether related to the head of the household or not.


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Ireland 1981 — source variable IE1981A_RELATE — Relationship
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Q.3 Relationship to head of household _______
Write "Head", Husband", "Wife", Son", "Daughter", Visitor", "Patient", "Employee", etc. as appropriate.


Question 3: Relationship to the head of household

(i) Anyone in a private household whose usual residence is elsewhere should be described as "visitor", whether related to the head of the household or not.
(ii) For persons in hotels, hospitals or other institutions write "Employee", "Guest", "Patient", "Inmate", etc., as appropriate.

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Q.3: Relationship to head of household
Note that any adult either male or female of a private household, present on Census night may be returned as head answering as the household members consider appropriate. Of the term "joint head" is used accept this without questioning provided the relationship with the other members is clear. The description "Visitor" must be used at Question 3 for a person whose usual residence is elsewhere (see question 11) even though he/she may be related to the head of the household.

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Ireland 1986 — source variable IE1986A_FAMREL — Relationship within household
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Q.3 Relationship to the person listed on line 1 ___

Write as appropriate "Husband", "Wife", "Son", "Daughter", "Visitor", "Patient", "Employee", etc. Write "Visitor" for a son, daughter, etc who usually lives elsewhere.

Question 3: Relationship to the head of household

(i) Anyone in a private household whose usual residence is elsewhere should be described as "Visitor", whether related to the person listen on Line 1 or not.
(ii) For persons in hotels, hospitals or other institutions, write "Employee", "Guest", "Patient", "Inmate", etc. as appropriate.
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Q.2 Sex and Q.3 Relationship to person listed on line 1
The answers to these questions for each person must be consistent with one another and with the name of the person as entered at Question 1.

Note that any adult member (male or female) of a private household, present on Census night may be returned as Head according as the household members consider appropriate. If the term "joint head" is used accept this without questioning provided the relationship with the other members is clear. The description "Visitor" must be used at Question 3 for a person whose usual residence is elsewhere (see Question 9) even though he/she may be related to the head of the household.

Q.5 and Q.6: Marital status
An entry is required at Question 5 for all persons born on or before 13 April 1971. For children under 15 years of age (i.e. born on or after 14 April l97l), these questions should be left blank. At Question 6 information is required on the present actual marital status irrespective of the legal status. Thus, for example a deserted wife though legally married should have a tick in box 5.


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Ireland 1991 — source variable IE1991A_FAMREL — Family relationship
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Q.3 Relationship to person listed on line 1____

Write as appropriate "Husband", "Wife", "Son", "Daughter", 'Visitor", "Patient", "Employee", etc. Write "Visitor" for a son, daughter, etc. who usually lives elsewhere.
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Appendix 1

Q.2 Sex and Q.3: Relationship to head of household
The answers to these Questions for each person must be consistent with one another and with the name of the person as entered at Question 1. Note that any adult member (male or female) of a private household, present on Census night may be returned as head according as the household members consider appropriate. If the term "Joint head" is used accept this without questioning provided the relationship with the other members is clear. The description "Visitor" must be used at Question 3 for a person whose usual residence is elsewhere (see Question 11) although she may be related to the head of the household.


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Ireland 2002 — source variable IE2002A_FAMREL — Family nucleus
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3 What is your relationship to Person 1?
Relationship question does not apply to Person 1.

Check one box only

[] 1 Husband or wife
[] 2 Partner
[] 3 Son or daughter
[] 4 Mother or father
[] 5 Son-in-law or daughter-in-law
[] 6 Mother-in-law or father-in-law
[] 7 Other related, write in relationship ____
[] 8 Unrelated (including foster children)

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3. What is your relationship to Person 1?
Question 3 establishes the usual make up of households and families in private dwellings. From it we can learn the number of children living with one parent or two parents and the number of people who live alone. The information shows changes in the nature of families and helps plan for housing, social welfare programmes and employment services.

[] 1 Husband or wife
[] 2 Partner
[] 3 Son or daughter
[] 4 Mother or father
[] 5 Son-in-law or daughter-in-law
[] 6 Mother-in-law or father-in-law
[] 7 Other related, write in relationship ______
[] 8 Unrelated (including foster children)


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Ireland 2006 — source variable IE2006A_FAMREL — Family nucleus code
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3. What is your relationship to Persons 1, 2, 3, and 4 on page 3 of the Household Form?

Answer only if in a private household. Check one box only for each person.
[] 1 Husband or wife
[] 2 Partner
[] 3 Son or daughter
[] 4 Step-child
[] 5 Brother or sister
[] 6 Mother or father
[] 7 Step-mother/-father
[] 8 Son-/daughter-in-law
[] 9 Grandchild
[] 10 Other related
[] 11 Unrelated (including foster child)

From the responses to Question 3 it is possible to build up a picture of the changing family situation in Ireland. In previous censuses persons were asked to give their relationship to Person 1 only. While this adequately catered for the most prevalent family types in most households, it did not cater for second families within the one household or the more atypical type of families, for instance where step-children are involved.
In the current formulation Persons 2 to 5 are required to give their relationship to the person(s) previously listed while for households consisting of 6 or more persons, Persons 6 and higher are required to give their relationship to Persons 1 to 4 only. This was done for reasons of space on the form. This layout will enable each of the families in a multi-generational household to be accurately distinguished. Information in relation to families which have been reconstituted following the break-up of previous marriages can also be determined.
The results based on the responses to this question will allow the changing nature of families in Ireland to be charted and will help to plan housing and social welfare programmes.
The example at the back of the Household Form shows how to complete the relationship question for a household consisting of: Helen Murphy, her husband Thomas, their daughter Catherine and grandchild Aoife (Catherine's daughter).

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Ireland 2016 — source variable IE2016A_RELATE — Relationship
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4. What is your relationship to person 1?

Mark one box only
Relationship of Person # to Person 1

[] 1. Husband or wife
[] 2. Partner (incl. same-sex partner)
[] 3. Son or daughter
[] 4. Step-child
[] 5. Brother or sister
[] 6. Mother or father
[] 7. Grandparent
[] 8. Step-mother/-father
[] 9. Son-/daughter-in-law
[] 10. Grandchild
[] 11. Other related
[] 12. Unrelated (incl. foster child)
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Appendix H. Detailed notes on the household form

[Question 4: What is your relationship to persons 1,2, 3 and 4?]

From the responses to Question 4, it is possible to build up a picture of the changing family situation in Ireland. The multiple categories will enable families in multi-generational households to be accurately distinguished. Information in relation to families which have been reconstituted following the break up of previous marriages can also be determined.

The results based on the responses to this question will allow the changing nature of families in Ireland to be charted.

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Mexico 1970 — source variable MX1970A_FAMNUM — Family number

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Poland 1978 — source variable PL1978A_SUBF — Subfamily number

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Poland 1988 — source variable PL1988A_SUBF — Subfamily number

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Poland 2002 — source variable PL2002A_FAMNO — Family number within the household

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Poland 2011 — source variable PL2011A_SUBF — Subfamily number

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Spain 2001 — source variable ES2001A_NUCNUM — Number of the nucleus in the household

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Togo 1970 — source variable TG1970A_NUCLEUS — Family nucleus

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.