Variable Group: Non-biological children

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This variable group provides information on whether the respondent raised her husband/partner's children or other non-biological children, and how many of those children she raised. Additional information is provided for the first three non-biological children who lived with the respondent. This information includes the child's sex, relationship to the respondent, date of birth, Hispanic origin, and race, as well as whether the respondent adopted the child, when the child came to live with the respondent, whether the child still lives with the respondent, and whether the child was born in the U.S.

Variables
IFSS_ADPTOTKD_2 IFSS_ADPTOTKD_3 IFSS_SEXOTHKD_2 IFSS_NUMHPKID
IFSS_OKBORNUS_3 IFSS_OTHERKID IFSS_NOTHERKID IFSS_OTHKDRAC_3
IFSS_OKBORNUS_1 IFSS_OKBORNUS_2 IFSS_OTHKDSPN_3 IFSS_OTHKDRAC_1
IFSS_OTHKDRAC_2 IFSS_SEXOTHKD_1 IFSS_SEXOTHKD_3 IFSS_RELOTHKD_1
IFSS_RELOTHKD_2 IFSS_RELOTHKD_3 IFSS_ADPTOTKD_1 IFSS_STILHEROK_1
IFSS_STILHEROK_2 IFSS_STILHEROK_3 IFSS_CMOKDCAM_1 IFSS_CMOKDCAM_2
IFSS_CMOKDCAM_3 IFSS_CMOKDDOB_1 IFSS_CMOKDDOB_2 IFSS_CMOKDDOB_3
IFSS_OTHKDSPN_1 IFSS_OTHKDSPN_2 IFSS_HPKID IFSS_OKDISABL

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