National Addiction & HIV Data Archive Program

YETLKNR: OTHER NON-RELATIVE THAT R CAN TALK TO -

Y-13. If you wanted to talk to someone about a serious problem, which of the following people would you turn to? MARK ALL THAT APPLY.

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
10 BOY/GIRLFRIEND OF PARENT 30.0%
11 OTHER FRIEND(S) OF PARENT(S) 70.0%
12 BOY/GIRLFRIEND OF SIBLING(S) 40.0%
13 OTHER FRIEND(S) OF SIBLING(S) 30.0%
15 FRIEND(S) OF FAMILY 30.0%
16 FRIEND(S) OF OTHER RELATIVE(S) 10.0%
23 PARENT OF BOY/GIRLFRIEND 40.0%
30 PARENT(S) OF FRIEND(S) 280.1%
40 MANAGER/BOSS/EMPLOYER 60.0%
41 EMPLOYEE(S)/SUPERVISEE(S) 10.0%
42 CO-WORKER(S), RELATIONSHIP UNSPECIFIED 20.0%
50 NEIGHBOR(S) 350.1%
62 IN THE MILITARY 20.0%
70 BABYSITTER 10.0%
71 CASUAL ACQUAINTANCE(S) 70.0%
73 SELF-HELP GROUP MEMBER(S) 10.0%
74 SCOUT LEADER/MASTER 20.0%
75 YOUTH WORKER, CHURCH NOT SPECIFIED 40.0%
76 MENTOR/PERSON BEING MENTORED 10.0%
77 ANOTHER ADULT/OLDER PERSON 70.0%
78 SOMEONE KNOWN TO R, RELATIONSHIP UNSPEC 10.0%
80 ANYBODY/EVERYBODY 30.0%
81 PERSON(S) W/DESIRED CHARACTERISTICS/EXPE 60.0%
90 SPECIFIC NAME MENTIONED 60.0%
Missing Data
998 BLANK (NO ANSWER) 7002.9%
999 LEGITIMATE SKIP 23,66796.6%
Total 24,505 100%

Based upon 138 valid cases out of 24,505 total cases.

Summary Statistics

  • mean: 46.91
  • median: 50.00
  • mode: 50.00
  • minimum: 10
  • maximum: 90
  • standard deviation: 23.61

Location: 1821-1823 (width: 3; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

(Range of) Missing Values: 998 , 999

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 1997.

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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.