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New Zealand election survey, 1987

Jack Vowles, Charles Crothers, Peter Aimer & Alistair Gordon
This post-election near-national survey focussed on voting trends and decision-making in the 1987 New Zealand general election. Voters were questioned on: the importance to them of various issues such as inflation, unemployment, growth, defence, health and welfare, law and order, education; which party was most likely, as a government, to address these issues; opinions on existing policies, leaders of major parties and speed and direction of government actions; trends in respondent's financial status; party identification...

Party Elites, Australia, 1996

Marian Simms
The purpose of the survey was to examine the role of the elites (from the organisational wings) within the three major Australian political parties in the selection of candidates, the making of international rules and the development of party policy. Elite members of these parties were asked questions about the extent of their own commitment to ideologically oriented parties, the commitment of their political opponents, and their state party as a whole. They were also...

Migration In Australia: A Study Of The Gold Coast, 1994

Robert Stimson, John Minnery, Andre Kabamba & Bruce Moon
The study investigates the nature of long-distance migration to the Gold Coast in Queensland's south-east. Respondents were asked for socioeconomic and structural information relating to their household, about various aspects of their migration decision and its impact, as well as perceptions and expectations of the Gold Coast. The questionnaire also included open-ended questions concerning the move from the former place of residence and the move to the Gold Coast, including reasons for leaving where they...

Parental Divorce at Adolescence: A Longitudinal Study, 1981-1992

Rosemary Dunlop & Ailsa Burns
The aim of the study was a) to explore factors associated with and/or predicting the psychological adjustment of adolescents at the time of their parents' divorce (1981-82), three years later (1985), and ten years after the divorce (1991-92); and b) to compare this group with a control group of adolescents from non-divorced families. Variables include attitude to school; friendships; relationships with opposite sex; knowledge of parents separation; feelings toward parents separation; changes to ones life...

South Australian Candidate Study, 2006

Haydon Manning & Clement Macintyre
The 2006 South Australian Candidate Study aims to collect information which reflects the perceptions and aspirations of electoral candidates in the 2006 South Australian state election. This study replicated many of the same questions from the Australian Election Study series. The survey contained questions pertaining to a broad range of economic and social issues, including party involvement, attitudes to social and political institutions, media and communications, and group membership. Also included were questions relating to...

Survey of the Military Profession, Australia, 1994

Hugh Smith & Ian McAllister
This is the fifth part of the panel study of military professionals in Australia which commenced in 1987 (see SSDA study no.'s 477 (1987), 577 (1988-89), 946 (1992) , 947 (1993)). The study examines the professional socialisation and assimilation of officer cadets, their mobility and retention, and attitudes relating to the role of the military in society, as well as more general social and political attitudes. The questionnaire was divided into a number of sections,...

Survey of the Military Profession: Stage 2 1988/93

Ian McAllister & Hugh Smith
In 1993 resurveying began of those who responded as officer cadets to the Survey of the Military Profession in 1988 (see SSDA study no. 577). Both those who were still serving members of the Australian Defence Force and those who had left were contacted via the respective Service Personnel areas in the Department of Defence. Different surveys were sent depending upon whether the recipient was still a serving member of the Australian Defence Force or...

The Australian Longitudinal Study of Ageing: Wave 7, 2003

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 7 (2002-2003) involved a full reassessment, including a comprehensive Computer-Assisted Personal Interview, home based assessments of physiological functions,...

The Australian Longitudinal Study of Ageing: Wave 5, 1998

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 5 (February 1998) was a follow-up survey conducted by telephone. Wave 5 included questions regarding changes in domicile,...

The Australian Longitudinal Study of Ageing: Wave 2, 1993

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. After an interval of one year from the initial interview (Wave 1) respondents were recontacted by telephone. These interviews...

The Australian Longitudinal Study of Ageing: Wave 3 Clinical Data, 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. For Wave 3 Clinical Data (1994-1995) information about the health histories of the respondents was elicited, including information on...

Graduate Destination Salary Survey, 2000

Bruce Guthrie
The aim of the Graduate Careers Council of Australia's annual Graduate Destination Survey is to collect information about the activities of Australia's higher eduacation graduates, after the completion of their degree. The survey has been conducted annually since 1974. The target population for the survey is graduates who had completed requirements for higher education qualifications in the previous calendar year, including graduates residing overseas and international students. The survey variables can be broadly catagorised into...

Graduate Destination Survey, 1987

Bruce Guthrie
The aim of the Graduate Careers Council of Australia's annual Graduate Destination Survey is to collect information about the activities of Australia's higher eduacation graduates, after the completion of their degree. The survey has been conducted annually since 1974. The target population for the survey is graduates who had completed requirements for higher education qualifications in the previous calendar year, including graduates residing overseas and international students. The survey variables can be broadly catagorised into...

Graduate Destination Survey, 1992

Bruce Guthrie
The aim of the Graduate Careers Council of Australia's annual Graduate Destination Survey is to collect information about the activities of Australia's higher eduacation graduates, after the completion of their degree. The survey has been conducted annually since 1974. The target population for the survey is graduates who had completed requirements for higher education qualifications in the previous calendar year, including graduates residing overseas and international students. The survey variables can be broadly catagorised into...

Graduate Destination Survey, 1991

Bruce Guthrie
The aim of the Graduate Careers Council of Australia's annual Graduate Destination Survey is to collect information about the activities of Australia's higher eduacation graduates, after the completion of their degree. The survey has been conducted annually since 1974. The target population for the survey is graduates who had completed requirements for higher education qualifications in the previous calendar year, including graduates residing overseas and international students. The survey variables can be broadly catagorised into...

Graduate Destination Survey, 1995

Bruce Guthrie
The aim of the Graduate Careers Council of Australia's annual Graduate Destination Survey is to collect information about the activities of Australia's higher eduacation graduates, after the completion of their degree. The survey has been conducted annually since 1974. The target population for the survey is graduates who had completed requirements for higher education qualifications in the previous calendar year, including graduates residing overseas and international students. The survey variables can be broadly catagorised into...

Household and Family Formation in Nineteenth-Century Tasmania, 1838-1899: Births

Peter Gunn & Rebecca Kippen
The Household and Family Formation in Nineteenth-Century Tasmania study was begun in the early 1990s when the ARC funded the transcription of microfilmed Births, Deaths and Marriages registers held by the Archives Office of Tasmania. The resulting computer database contained 152,000 records for births (1838-1891), 93,000 records for deaths (1838-1899), and 51,000 records for marriages (1838-1899). In 2004, the ARC provided further funding for the transcription, cleaning and coding of the remainder of 40,000 records...

Household and Family Formation in Nineteenth-Century Tasmania, 1838-1899: Deaths

Peter Gunn & Rebecca Kippen
The Household and Family Formation in Nineteenth-Century Tasmania study was begun in the early 1990s when the ARC funded the transcription of microfilmed Births, Deaths and Marriages registers held by the Archives Office of Tasmania. The resulting computer database contained 152,000 records for births (1838-1891), 93,000 records for deaths (1838-1899), and 51,000 records for marriages (1838-1899). In 2004, the ARC provided further funding for the transcription, cleaning and coding of the remainder of 40,000 records...

Australian Candidate Study, 2007

Ian McAllister, Clive Bean & Rachel Gibson
The 2007 Australian Candidate Study is the eighth in a series of election studies on federal election candidates. In 2007, candidates from the following parties were surveyed - Australian Labor Party, Liberal Party of Australia, National Party of Australia, Australian Democrats, Australian Greens, Pauline Hanson's One Nation, Family First Party and Citizens Electoral Council of Australia. The study examined the prominent election issues, including attitudes to particular economic issues, and opinions on which are the...

Australian Constitutional Referendum Survey, 1999: Public release version

David Gow, Clive Bean & Ian McAllister
The 1999 Australian Constitutional Referendum Study was conducted to investigate the Australian electorate's attitudes towards the significant political issues surrounding the 1999 constitutional referendum. As part of the Australian Election Study series, the 1999 ACRS provides a perspective on the political attitudes and behaviour of the Australian public which, in turn, can be compared to those attitudes recorded at past and future electoral events. The 1999 ACRS also functions more specifically as a means of...

Australian two-party preferred votes, 1949-1982: File c1

Colin A. Hughes
This data file brings together the 'two-party-preferred vote' figures for Commonwealth and State elections conducted in the period 1949-82. No figures are given for state elections in Tasmania because its proportional representation system is not readily amenable to this technique. For each electoral division or district, the record for a particular election contains the numbers of ALP and non-ALP votes and the corresponding percentages (to one decimal place).

Australian two-party preferred votes, 1949-1982: File c2

Colin A. Hughes
This data file brings together the 'two-party-preferred vote' figures for Commonwealth and State elections conducted in the period 1949-82. No figures are given for state elections in Tasmania because its proportional representation system is not readily amenable to this technique. For each electoral division or district, the record for a particular election contains the numbers of ALP and non-ALP votes and the corresponding percentages (to one decimal place).

Australian two-party preferred votes, 1949-1982: File c4

Colin A. Hughes
This data file brings together the 'two-party-preferred vote' figures for Commonwealth and State elections conducted in the period 1949-82. No figures are given for state elections in Tasmania because its proportional representation system is not readily amenable to this technique. For each electoral division or district, the record for a particular election contains the numbers of ALP and non-ALP votes and the corresponding percentages (to one decimal place).

Australian two-party preferred votes, 1949-1982: File n8

Colin A. Hughes
This data file brings together the 'two-party-preferred vote' figures for Commonwealth and State elections conducted in the period 1949-82. No figures are given for state elections in Tasmania because its proportional representation system is not readily amenable to this technique. For each electoral division or district, the record for a particular election contains the numbers of ALP and non-ALP votes and the corresponding percentages (to one decimal place).

Australian two-party preferred votes, 1949-1982: File q1

Colin A. Hughes
This data file brings together the 'two-party-preferred vote' figures for Commonwealth and State elections conducted in the period 1949-82. No figures are given for state elections in Tasmania because its proportional representation system is not readily amenable to this technique. For each electoral division or district, the record for a particular election contains the numbers of ALP and non-ALP votes and the corresponding percentages (to one decimal place).

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