1,437 Works

Structural properties of groups, 1976-1978: File 77p

William A. Scott & Ruth Scott
This research is concerned with the development and validation of sociometric indices of the structural properties of groups. The 1976 study contained general questions about the group, its members, and the respondents' activities in relation to them. Sixteen questions were used to create interpersonal rating matrices from which sociometric measures of status differentiation, bias differentiation, status-bias concordance and differential mutuality were constructed. Scale analysis of 36 questions gave homogeneous and distinct scales of member heterogeneity,...

The Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey, GENERAL RELEASE 17 (Waves 1-17)

Department Of Social Services & Melbourne Institute Of Applied Economic And Social Research
The Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey is a nationally representative longitudinal study of Australian households which commenced in 2001. Funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services (DSS), the HILDA Survey is managed by the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research at the University of Melbourne. The HILDA Survey provides longitudinal data on the lives of Australian residents. Its primary objective is to support research questions falling within...

Australian Gallup Polls, March 1976

McNair Anderson Associates
Australian Gallup Polls, March 1976

Overseas arrivals and departures, Australia 1975-1981: six-monthly detailed tables: File a80

Department Of Immigration And Ethnic Affairs
Statistics of overseas arrivals in, and departures from, Australia are collected by means of the Incoming and Outgoing Passenger cards completed by all travellers. As well as being used for statistical purposes, the information collected is used by the Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs for administrative purposes. Data is made available on a six-monthly basis, in matrix format, from the beginning of 1975 to the end of 1981, and relates to the number of...

Australian National Political Attitudes Survey, 1979

Don Aitkin
The Macquarie University Australian political attitudes survey is a major study of Australian political behaviour and attitudes in 1979. The study assesses the respondent's attitudes toward political news in the mass media, likes and dislikes about political parties and party leaders, opinions about political issues, attitudes to Australia's federal system of government, interest in politics, political party identification and participation, voting history, electoral expectations, ideological location of parties, knowledge/perception of members of parliament, perceptions of...

Australian National Political Attitudes Survey, 1967

Donald Aitkin, Michael Kahan & Donald Stokes
The 1967 Australian National Political Attitudes survey is the first of three precursor surveys to the Australian Election Study series (which is also available in this archive). This study examines the political attitudes and interests of a segment of the Australian public a year after the 1966 Federal election. Variables include evaluation of political parties and their respective leaders; interest in and knowledge of Australian politics; voting history; party affiliation; sources of information about politics;...

Australian National Political Attitudes Survey, 1969

Donald Aitkin, Michael Kahan & Donald Stokes
The 1969 Australian National Political Attitudes survey is the second of three precursor surveys to the Australian Election Study series (which is also available in this archive). This study was conducted during a period of about three months following the Federal Election held in October 1969 and examines the political attitudes and interests of the Australian electorate. Variables include evaluation of political parties and their respective leaders; interest in and knowledge of Australian politics; voting...

Saulwick AGB McNair Poll, 28, January 1994

Saulwick Research
Saulwick AGB McNair Poll, 28, January 1994

Saulwick Age Poll, 1 Febuary 1994: B

Saulwick Research
Saulwick Age Poll, 1 Febuary 1994: B

The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health: 1973-78 cohort ('Young') Survey 1 data, 1996

Annette J. Dobson, Wendy J Brown, Christina Lee, Julie Byles, Nancy Pachana, Jayne Lucke, Leigh Tooth & Deb Loxton
A detailed description of the background, aims, themes, methods and progress of the study is given on the project web page https://www.alswh.org.au/about/. The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health - widely known as Women's Health Australia - is a longitudinal population-based survey, which examines the health of over 40,000 Australian women over a 20 year period. It was first funded in 1995. The project was designed to explore factors that influence health among women who...

Australian Gallup Polls, July 1976

McNair Anderson Associates
Themes-Names: books: preferences and number read / gambling / defence: expenditure / international relations: attitude to / Russia: influence in world / strikes: political and social / trade unions: approval or criticism of, incl. power / worker participation. Background Variables: age/sex/ highest education level/occupation/income/occupation of head of household/marital status/vote enrolment at last election/present voting intention.

Australian Gallup Polls, Survey 155, February 9, 1962

Roy Morgan
Theme-Names: Banking: hours / cost and living standards: living standards for family of four / immigration, European: effect on Australian culture / imports: quotas / Liberal Party: reasons for almost losing / Malaya: troops in / schools: leaving age / elections/ elections: party name on ballot paper/ elections, past/West Irian: troops in. Background variables: age / sex / economic classification / occupation of head of household / vote at last Federal election / present voting...

Adaptation of migrants, 1979-1982: File 82j

William A. Scott & Ruth Scott
A sample of families from several European countries were studied by questionnaire in 1979 at the time they appeared for interview with immigration officers in various Australian consulates, and again in 1981 and 1982 following their arrival in Australia. The main concerns of the study were the correlates of adaptive success. The 1979 questionnaire included measures of family structure, interpersonal and community relations, socio- economic status and psychological distress. Over half of this sample replied...

Adaptation of migrants, 1979-1982: File 81b

William A. Scott & Ruth Scott
A sample of families from several European countries were studied by questionnaire in 1979 at the time they appeared for interview with immigration officers in various Australian consulates, and again in 1981 and 1982 following their arrival in Australia. The main concerns of the study were the correlates of adaptive success. The 1979 questionnaire included measures of family structure, interpersonal and community relations, socio- economic status and psychological distress. Over half of this sample replied...

The Australian Longitudinal Study of Ageing: Wave 3, 1995

Gary R. Andrews, Mary Luszcz, Michael Clark & George C. Myers
ALSA is a population-based bio-psycho-social and behavioural study of older adults. The longitudinal data collected in the course of the ALSA study comprise the most comprehensive longitudinal database yet assembled on ageing Australians and the findings of the ALSA are directly relevant to policy formulation and planning of health and social services for an ageing population. Wave 3 (1994-1995) involved a full reassessment, including a comprehensive Computer-Assisted Personal Interview, home based assessments of physiological functions,...

Saulwick Poll, 25, August 1987

Irving Saulwick
Saulwick Poll, 25, August 1987

Australian Longitudinal Survey, 1985: Wave 1, Level 2

Ian McRae, Geoff Parkinson & Lyn Woyzbun
This is the first wave of the youth area sample component of the Australian Longitudinal Survey. Successive waves of this youth sample component will be carried out from 1985 to at least 1988 (see also SSDA Studies No. 377 and 410 for details of the first and second waves of the ALS list sample). The 1985 wave consisted of 9000 interviews with people aged 16 to 25. A multi-stage household based sample designed to represent...

Australian Longitudinal Survey, 1984: Wave 1, Level 1

Ian McRae, Geoff Parkinson & Naomi Kronenberg
This is the first wave of the Australian Longitudinal Survey which will run each year from 1984 until at least 1987. This 1984 wave surveyed a sample of 3,000 people aged 15-24, drawn from Commonwealth Employment Service registers. After 1984 this group will be surveyed again and be supplemented by a similarly continuing population survey of 9,000 people of the same age cohort drawn randomly across Collector's Districts matching the CES offices from which the...

Australian Gallup Polls, May 1985

McNair Anderson Associates
Themes-Names: education: aims of/ schools: standard of education; freedom and punishment/ strikes: sympathy with recent strikers; QLD anti-strike legislation/ Bjelke-Peterson, J./ Hawke, R.J.; approval of as Prime Minister/ Peacock, A.S. Background variables: age/ sex/ highest level of education/ occupation/ income/ occupation of head of household/ marital status/ vote enrolment at last election/ present voting intentions/ home ownership/ number of persons living in dwelling/ country of birth/ leisure activities.

Sydney Area Transportation Study (SATS): Home Interview Survey, 1971

Urban Transport Study Group Of New South Wales
The objective of the Home Interview Survey (HIS) was to obtain information on the patterns and modes of travel by people living within the Sydney Study Area. Information was also collected about the characteristics of the people making the trips and their households. Three types of information were collected in the home interview survey: household data, person data, and trip data. The data are available in two separate files, a file of 'trip' records and...

Australian Election Campaign Television News Coverage Ch 9 National Late News SECS

David Denemark, Clive Bean & Ian Ward
The aim of the project was to explore television news coverage of Australian election campaigns and measured the amount of television coverage of politican parties, leaders and election issues. National bulletins were collected and local news in Brisbane and Perth during the 1998 federal election campaign. This study was also conducted in 2001. This study measures coverage of 12 election issues as defined in the Australian Election Study (ADA No. 1001) as were 10 other...

Saulwick AGB McNair Poll, 21, December 1992

Saulwick Research
Saulwick AGB McNair Poll, 21, December 1992

Survey of members of N.S.W. and A.C.T. conservation groups, 1978

Andrew Turner
The survey aimed to provide information about outdoor recreation behaviour of members of special interest conservation/recreation groups in Australia. An initial survey of 200 conservation/recreation groups was conducted to provide basic information. Following this survey, members of 4 special interest groups, the National Parks Association (N.P.A.), the Sydney Bushwalkers (S.B.W.), the Canberra Bushwalking Club (C.B.C.) and the Carlingford-North Rocks Bushland Trust (C.N.R.B.T.) were surveyed as groups representative of recreation and nature conservation oriented groups. Questions...

Australian Election Study, 1998

Clive Bean, David Gow & Ian McAllister
The 1998 Australian Election Study is the fifth in a series of surveys beginning in 1987 that have been timed to coincide with Australian Federal elections. The series also builds on the 1967, 1969 and 1979 Australian Political Attitudes Surveys. The Australian Election Studies aim to provide a long-term perspective on stability and change in the political attitudes and behaviour of the Australian electorate, and investigate the changing social bases of Australian politics as the...

Medications Prescribed for Residents of Premises for People with Disabilities Licensed by the N.S.W. Department of Community Services, 1994

Michael G. Ryan & Frances Hellier
The aim of this study was to obtain baseline information about the health of individuals living in licensed Aged Persons Hostels and private for profit boarding houses. The health of the individuals was measured by the types of medications prescribed. Particular attention was given to the use of Psychotropic medications including Antipsychotics, Lithium, Antidepressants, Anxiolytics and Anticonvulsants. The questionnaire was designed to obtain data on the age, gender, type of disability including diagnosis of Epilepsy...

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