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Label/Question
1.

CASEID OF RESPONDENT

C

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

2.

RECORD STARTING AT MILITARY TIME

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

3.

RECORD STARTING TIME IN AM PM

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

4.

WAS R BORN IN THE U.S.

2. Were you born in the United States?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

5.

YEAR R FIRST MOVED TO THE STATES

A. In what year did you first move to the United States to live?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

6.

HIGHEST YEAR OF SCHOOLING R COMPLETED

3. What was the highest grade or year of schooling you completed?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

7.

IS R HISPANIC

5. Do you consider yourself Hispanic?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

8.

HISPANIC ORIGIN OF R

A. Would you say you are Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban or something else?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

9.

TYPE OF PLACE R WAS LIVING AT 14

Now I'd like you to think about when you were fourteen years old, and what your household was like then.

7. Which of the categories on this card comes closest to the type of place you were living in when you were 14 years old . . .

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

10.

HIGHEST GRADE RS DAD COMPLETED

9. What was the highest grade or year of schooling your (father/FATHER SUBSTITUTE) completed?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

11.

DID RS DAD WORK FOR PAY WHEN R WAS 14

10. Did your (father/FATHER SUBSTITUTE) work for pay when you were 14 years old?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

12.

HIGHEST GRADE RS MOM COMPLETED

12. What was the highest grade or year of schooling your (mother/MOTHER SUBSTITUTE) completed?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

13.

DID RS MOM WORK FOR PAY WHEN R WAS 14

13. Did your (mother/MOTHER SUBSTITUTE) work for pay when you were 14 years old?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

14.

HOW MANY BROTHERS R HAD

14. How many brothers did you have? (Count those born alive, but no longer living, as well as those alive now. Also include stepbrothers, and sons adopted by your parents.) ... (view details)

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

15.

HOW MANY SISTERS R HAD

A. How many sisters did you have? (Count those born alive, but no longer living, as well as those alive now. Also include stepsisters, and daughters adopted by your parents.) ... (view details)

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

16.

WAS R OLDEST YOUNGEST OR MIDDLE

B. Were you the oldest, youngest, (or in the middle)?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

17.

IN WHAT RELIGION WAS R RAISED

15. In what religion were you raised?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

18.

DENOMINATION R WAS RAISED

A. What specific denomination is that, if any?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

19.

WHETHER RS RELIGION IS THE SAME

16. Is your current religious preference the same, that is (RELIGION CIRCLED AT Q.15 OR Q.15A?)

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

20.

CURRENT RELIGION OF R

A. What is your current religious preference?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

21.

CURRENT DENOMINATION

B. What specific denomination is that, if any?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

22.

HAS R HAD A BORN AGAIN EXPERIENCE

17. Would you say you have been "born again" or have had a "born again" experience -- that is, a turning point in your life when you committed yourself to Christ? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

23.

AGE AT WHICH R WAS REBORN

A. At what age did you have this experience?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

24.

HOW OFTEN R ATTENDS RELIGIOUS SERVICES

18. How often do you attend religious services?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

25.

AGE AT WHICH R FIRST LEFT HOME

19. At what age did you first leave home? For example, going away to school, going into the military, or establishing your own residence (by yourself or with others). ... (view details)

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

26.

DID R EVER SERVE IN THE ARMED SERVICES

Now I'd like to ask some questions about military service.

20. Not counting the reserves, are you currently serving full time in any branch of the armed services, have you served in the past, or have you never served? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

27.

DID R EVERY SPEND A NIGHT IN JAIL

21. Next, I'd like to ask you some questions about any time you may have spent in (a military jail), jail, prison, reform school or detention center. Did you ever spend one night or more in any of these places? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

28.

AGE AT WHICH R GOT FIRST FULL TIME JOB

22. At what age did you get your first full-time job, for which you were paid, not counting seasonal or summer work?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

29.

WHETHER R WAS GOING TO SCHOOL LAST WEEK

23. Now I'd like some information about what you were doing last week. Last week, were you going to school?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

30.

HOURS PER WEEK R WORKS AT USUAL JOB

30. How many hours (do/did) you work at this job in a usual week?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

31.

HOW OFTEN R WORKS EVENINGS OR WEEKENDS

31. How often (do/did) you work evenings and weekends?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

32.

IS R OFTEN ALONE W OTHERS AT JOB

Close contact between a worker and a client, customer or co-worker is a necessary part of some jobs.

32. At your job, is it frequently the case that you are alone with one of your clients, customers or co-workers? (For example, a home repair man, a nurse). ... (view details)

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

33.

DOES R EVER TOUCH OTHERS AT JOB

Close contact between a worker and a client, customer or co-worker is a necessary part of some jobs.

33. Does your job require that you touch your clients, customers or co-workers? (For example, a dentist, a shoe salesperson.)

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

34.

DOES R EVER TALK WITH OTHERS AT JOB

Close contact between a worker and a client, customer or co-worker is a necessary part of some jobs.

34. Does your job require that you discuss the personal concerns of your clients, customers or co-workers? (For example, a teacher, a lawyer.) ... (view details)

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

35.

CHANGE IN RS HOUSEHOLD INCOME

35. Compare your total household income from all sources in 1991 with your total household income four years ago (in 1988). Has it... ... (view details)

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

36.

TOTAL NO. OF SPOUSE COHABS

Now I'd like to ask you some questions about the times you've lived with someone in a sexual relationship. Please include all relationships, with men or women, where you lived together for a month or more. Also include anyone you current... (view details)

2. How many different people have you been married to or lived in a sexual relationship with for a month or more? Please do not include any living arrangements which lasted less than one month, unless it's someone you are currently living... (view details)

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

37.

NUMBER OF LIVE BIRTHS

3. How many children have you ever had, counting only live births?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

38.

GENDER OF CHILD1

Was the baby a boy or a girl?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

39.

WHERE CHILD1 LIVES

Where does (CHILD) usually live?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

40.

GENDER OF CHILD2

Was the baby a boy or a girl?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

41.

WHERE CHILD2 LIVES

Where does (CHILD) usually live?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

42.

GENDER OF CHILD3

Was the baby a boy or a girl?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

43.

WHERE CHILD3 LIVES

Where does (CHILD) usually live?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

44.

GENDER OF CHILD4

Was the baby a boy or a girl?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

45.

WHERE CHILD4 LIVES

Where does (CHILD) usually live?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

46.

GENDER OF CHILD5

Was the baby a boy or a girl?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

47.

WHERE CHILD5 LIVES

Where does (CHILD) usually live?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

48.

GENDER OF CHILD6

Was the baby a boy or a girl?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

49.

WHERE CHILD6 LIVES

Where does (CHILD) usually live?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

50.

GENDER OF CHILD7

Was the baby a boy or a girl?

Taken from: National Health and Social Life Survey, 1992: [United States].

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