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1. STATE

ASIAN STATE

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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2. YEAR

YEAR

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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VEHICLES IN USE PER CAPITA

a. Definition: The number of passenger and commercial vehicles in use in an Asian state per one hundred persons. b. Measurement: The value is derived from the following formula: (vehicles/population) x 100. ... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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TELEPHONES IN USE PER CAPITA

a. Definition: The number of telephones in use in an Asian state per one hundred persons. b. Measurement: The value is derived from the following formula: (telephones/population) x 100. ... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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5. GNP

GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT (GNP)

a. Definition: The total monetary value of all goods and services sold by an Asian state in foreign and domestic markets. b. Measurement: Value is in hundreds of millions of U.S. dollars at prevailing market prices. ... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT PER CAPITA

a. Definition: The gross national product of an Asian state divided by the population of that state. b. Measurement: The ratio derived by dividing the gross national product by the population. ... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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INDEX OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION

a. Definition: An index of agricultural production with a 1952-1956 base period equaling "100" created by calculating the value of and weighing all agricultural produce minus seed and livestock feed for each year. b. Measurement: As devine... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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COST OF LIVING INDEX

a. Definition: An index of food prices standardized to a base year of 1958, which equals "100", with each year's index calculated in December of that year used. Indices from the United Nations and the International Monetary Fund were used.... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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MILITARY EXPENDITURES

a. Definition: An Asian state' total military budget by year. B. Measurement: The miliary expenditure for each Asian state in million of 1960 US dollars. ... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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10. PEOPLE

POPULATION

a. Definition: The number of people designated in official records and in unofficial estimates as residents of an Asian state. b. Measurement: Value given is in hundreds of thousands of people. ... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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ON-GOING INSURGENCY SUPPORTED

a. Definition: Chinese support to insurgents in the form of troops or volunteers, money, arms or sanctuary. An insurgency is a violent civil conflict in which prorovernment forces are in armed combat with anti-government sources. b. Measur... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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12. SUINSG

ON-GOING INSURGNCY SUPPORTD BY SOV UNION

a. Definition: Soviet support to insurgents in the form of troops or volunteers, money, arms or sanctuary. An insurgency is a violent civil conflict in which prorovernment forces are in armed combat with anti-government sources. b. Measure... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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13. CPSIZE

SIZE OF COMMUNIST PARTY

a. Definition: U. S. State Department estimate of the number of residents in an Asian state who are members of a Communist Party. b. Measurement: The number of Communist Party members, in thousands, in each Asian state. ... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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ORIENTATION OF COMMUNIST PARTY

a. Definition: The direction in which the behavior and statements of a national Communist party indicates it leans in the Sino-Soviet dispute. b. Measurement: A nominal scale is used to record the orientation of the Communist party as foll... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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SIZE OF ARMED FORCES

a. Definition: The number of personnel in the regular armed forces of an Asian state. b. Measurement: The total number of personnel in the armed forces, in thousands. ... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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POLITICAL STRIKES

a. Definition: Any strike by industrial or service workers, or by students, for the purpose of protesting against a government, its policies or its leader(s). b. Measurement: The number of strikes in each Asian state is determined by count... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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ARMED ATTACK WITH EXTERNAL INVOLVEMENT

a. Definition: External material aid to an organized group or an individual in an Asian state involved in: (1) an act of violence involving the use of weapons and directed against the government, or (2) an attack upon any other established... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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18. RIOTS

RIOTS

a. Definition: Any violent demonstration or clash of a large number of citizens, evidenced by the use of physical force against people or property by the rioters. b. Measurement: The number of riots in each Asian state in each year, with t... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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ASSASSINATIONS OF OFFICIALS

a. Definition: Any politically motivated murder of a high government official or politician. Officials are defined as national leaders, state governors, mayors of large cities, members of the cabinet or national legislature, members of the... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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20. ATTACK

ORGANIZED ARMED ATTACKS

a. Definition: Either an organized group or an individual committing (1) an act of violence involving the use of weapons and directed against the government or (2) an attack upon any other established, positively sanctioned social group in... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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ANTI-GOVERNMENT DEMONSTRATIONS

a. Definition: Any organized, nonviolent gathering of people to protest against the country's government, its leader(s), or its foreign or domestic policies. b. Measurement: The number of demonstrations in each Asian state during each of t... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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22. UNCOUP

UNSUCESFL ATEMPTS AT IREGLR POWR TRNSFRS

a. Definition: Any attempt by some organized group to illegally overthrow the regime in power. The attempt must have begun, and it must have taken place in the capitol or site of the government. b. Measurement: The number of such attempts ... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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23. COUP

IRREGULAR POWER TRANSFERS

a. Definition: Any successful attempt by some organized group to illegally overthrow the regime in power. b. Measurement: The number of such events in each Asian state. The data for 1968 was estimated (see Appendix I). ... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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UNSUCESFL ATEMPTS AT REGULR POWR TRNSFRS

a. Definition: Any unsuccessful attempt to choose a successor to the top executive position(s) when current executives have already lost or given up defacto power even if they still retain ofice in a "caretaker" capacity, when the procedur... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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GOVERNMENTAL INTIMIDATION AND CENSORSHIP

a. Definition: Any actions by government authorities to suppress or to eliminate what they perceive to be a threat to the security or existence of the regime or state, whether the threat is internal or foreign. The following general catego... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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POLITICAL TURMOIL

a. Definnition: Score attained by at Asian state on a political turmoil scale constructed by standardiaing and summing each state's values on the previous conflict variables: (1) Political Strikes (variable 4), (2) Armed Attacks with Exter... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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UN VOTE ON ACCEPTANCE OF COMMUNIST CHINA

a. Definition: The vote recorded for each Asian state in the United Nations on the issue whether Communist China should be admitted as a member of the UN. b. Measurement: A nominal scale records the vote of a state as follows: 1 indicates ... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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28. IGOAID

ECONOMIC AID FRM INTERNTIONL ORGANIZATNS

a. Definition: The total value of economic aid received by an Asian state from the major international organizations. b. Measurement: The value recorded is in hundreds of thousands of U.S. dollars. ... (view details)

Taken from: Asian State National Attributes, 1956-1968.


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29. ID

Respondent ID

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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30. AREA

Area

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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31. SQ1

Gender

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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32. SQ2

Could you please tell me your age?

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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33. V1_1

1-1.There are plenty of job opportunities in my city.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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34. V1_2

1-2.The price of living in my city is high.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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35. V2_1

2-1.My city allows easy access to culture and leisure facilities.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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36. V2_2

2-2.There are many things in my city that I can proudly introduce to visitors.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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37. V2_3

2-3.I am satisfied with the quality of education in my city.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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38. V3_1

3-1. In times of personal or family crisis, I can turn to the city's public institutions and facilities for help.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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39. V3_2

3-2.My city is a good place to rear and care for children.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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40. V3_3

3-3.My city has many facilities for the socially disadvantaged people such as the old, the handicapped, and the poor.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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41. V3_4

3-4.I am satisfied with the quality of health care in my city.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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42. V4_1

4-1. I feel safe walking around the city at night.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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43. V4_2

4-2.I feel safe from the danger of various accidents such as car accidents, fires, and building collapses.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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44. V5_1

5-1.I feel safe when I drink publicly provided water

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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45. V5_2

5-2.Air pollution is a serious problem in my city.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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46. V6_1

6-1.It is convenient to use public transportation e.g., subways, trains, or buses. in my city.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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47. V6_2

6-2.There are many places in my neighborhood or within walking distance from the place that I live, where I can sit and relax, or talk peacefully to neighbors and friends.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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48. V6_3

6-3.I can easily walk to buy groceries at shops in my neighborhood or within walking distance to the place that I live.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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49. V7_1

7-1.It is easy to get information about my city via internet.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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50. V7_2

7-2.The city government does a good job addressing citizen concerns and requests.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.

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