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H3R: 3rd HH member relationship

Third household member's relationship to teen

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
1 Wife or Husband 10.1%
2 Partner 40.3%
3 Biological Son 20.2%
4 Stepson 00.0%
5 Adopted Son 00.0%
6 Foster Son 00.0%
7 Biological Daughter 20.2%
8 Stepdaughter 00.0%
9 Adopted Daughter 00.0%
10 Foster Daughter 00.0%
11 Full Brother 22817.3%
12 Half Brother 141.1%
13 Stepbrother 30.2%
14 Adoptive Brother 30.2%
15 Foster Brother 00.0%
16 Brother's Wife 00.0%
17 Brother's Partner 10.1%
18 Full Sister 24218.3%
19 Half Sister 120.9%
20 Stepsister 20.2%
21 Adoptive Sister 20.2%
22 Foster Sister 20.2%
23 Sister's Husband 00.0%
24 Sister's Partner 00.0%
25 Biological Mother 453.4%
26 Adoptive Mother 10.1%
27 Foster mother 00.0%
28 Biological Father 45834.7%
29 Adoptive Father 90.7%
30 Foster Father 10.1%
31 Mother's Husband/Stepdad 937.0%
32 Mother's Partner 272.0%
33 Father's Wife/Stepmom 70.5%
34 Father's Partner 20.2%
35 Father-in-Law 00.0%
36 Mother-in-Law 00.0%
37 Grandfather 131.0%
38 Grandmother 171.3%
39 Great-Grandfather 20.2%
40 Great-Grandmother 10.1%
41 Uncle 50.4%
42 Aunt 50.4%
43 Cousin 151.1%
44 Nephew 40.3%
45 Niece 10.1%
46 Other Relative 10.1%
47 Other Non-Relative 40.3%
48 Custodial Aunt 00.0%
49 Custodial uncle 10.1%
50 Custodial Grandmother 00.0%
Missing Data
88 Not applicable 896.7%
Total 1,321 100%

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Based upon 1,232 valid cases out of 1,321 total cases.

Summary Statistics

Location: 21-22 (width: 2; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

(Range of) Missing Values: 88 , 99

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: Toledo Adolescent Relationships Study (TARS): Wave 1, 2001.

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Disclaimer: The frequencies for this variable may not be weighted. They are purely descriptive and may not be representative of the study population. Please use with caution and consult the study documentation.