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Australian two-party preferred votes, 1949-1982: File s4

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 s1

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 q2

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 tv

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 v3

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 v4

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).

Secondary school mathematics in Australia, 1964: File ag3

Surveys of the mathematical achievement of high school students were carried out in twelve countries. This dataset contains the data from the Australian study in a structure designed to correspond to the data files from a subsequent study, carried out in 1978 (see SSDA study no. 71). The two study-design aimed to investigate changes in secondary school mathematics over the 14 year period. Students completed a mathematics test; an opinion questionnaire on the importance of...

Internal migration in Victoria, 1973

Donald T. Rowland
This study is concerned with the patterns and causes of internal migration in Victoria. Fourth form students in government secondary schools in six Victorian towns completed a questionnaire in class and took another home to their parents. Both parents and students were asked to provide information about their residence histories including information on travel, locations of residences, age at moving, reasons for moving and farm/non-farm residence. The residence histories in the parents' questionnaire covered the...

Adaptation of migrants, 1979-1982: File 79c

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 81m

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 82e

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 82h

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...

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

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,...

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

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,...

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

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,...

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

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,...

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

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,...

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

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,...

Structural properties of groups, 1976-1978: File 78g

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,...

Structural properties of groups, 1976-1978: File 78m

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,...

Structural properties of groups, 1976-1978: File 78l

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,...

Structural properties of groups, 1976-1978: File 78o

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,...

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...

Career development project, 1977-1987: File a

Janice Currie
The Career Development Project is an extensive study spanning the years 1977-1987. It aims to explore the career development patterns, tertiary and related work experiences of samples of students in different age groups both in Western Australia and nationally. Data files are held for the following samples in this study: (1) secondary school students in Western Australia, interviewed in their last year of secondary school (1977) and reinterviewed in 1978 and 1979; (2) tertiary graduates...

Career development project, 1977-1987: File d77

Janice Currie
The Career Development Project is an extensive study spanning the years 1977-1987. It aims to explore the career development patterns, tertiary and related work experiences of samples of students in different age groups both in Western Australia and nationally. Data files are held for the following samples in this study: (1) secondary school students in Western Australia, interviewed in their last year of secondary school (1977) and reinterviewed in 1978 and 1979; (2) tertiary graduates...

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