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Variable Label: Male head of household during most childhood



DM1_12

Who was the male head of your household for most of your childhood?

IF R SAYS "FATHER", PROBE: Was that your biological father, step-father, adoptive father, or someone else?

IF R SAYS IT CHANGED, PROBE: Who was the male head of your household for most of the time before you turned seventeen?

1 BIOLOGICAL FATHER (see V03862)

2 ADOPTIVE FATHER (see V03862)

3 STEP FATHER (SPOUSE/ PARTNER OF MOTHER) (see V03862)

4 OTHER MALE (SPECIFY)

5 NO MALE IN HOUSEHOLD (see V03866)

6 LIVED WITH DIFFERENT MALE FIGURES (see V03866)

A discrepancy exists between the question text in the surveys. You may wish to compare question text to determine how it affects the variable results.

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ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1BIOLOGICAL FATHER379181.68%81.54%
2ADOPTIVE FATHER/STEP FATHER (SPOUSE/PARTNER OF MOTHER)28006.03%06.02%
4OTHER MALE (SPECIFY)23705.11%05.10%
5NO MALE IN HOUSEHOLD31406.77%06.75%
6LIVED WITH DIFFERENT MALE FIGURES1900.41%00.41%
-9REFUSED2-00.04%
-8DONT KNOW6-00.13%
.Missing--00.00%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

A discrepancy exists between the response text in the surveys.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 4649

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