ER. Effort and Reward

ER. Effort and Reward module of ELSA 2012

Label Type Description
ERIN Question I'd like now to ask you about voluntary work and helping others. INTERVIEWER: Press <1> and to continue.
ERINCAR Question I would now like to ask you about help that you may have given, as an individual, to anyone, (including your partner or other people in your household). I will now read a couple of statements that are related to your commitment towards other people. Please tell me whether you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with each statement. INTERVIEWER: Press <1> and to continue.
ERRESNM Question How many people do you provide this kind of help and support to?
ERCADPN Question person number of person cared for
ERTIMRES System generated Time after ErEndRes
ERTIME System generated Time at end of BER block
ERINTV Question I will now read a couple of statements that are related to your commitment towards voluntary work and helping others. Please tell me whether you strongly agree, agree, disagree or strongly disagree with each statement INTERVIEWER: Press <1> and to continue.
ERFVOL Question SHOW CARD K1 In the last 12 months, that is, since [MONTH, YEAR], have you given any unpaid help to any groups, clubs or organisations in any of the ways shown on this card? CODE ALL THAT APPLY. PROBE 'What else?'
ERRESON Question How often do you use a service that involves overnight respite ... ...READ OUT...
ERCALIVE Question whether lives with person cared for
ERRESOF Question How often do you use any of these services that involve daytime respite... INTERVIEWER: THINKING OF RESPONDENT'S USE OF THESE SERVICES ...READ OUT...
ERTOTNUM Question derived number people looked after in past week
EROLDR Question SHOW CARD K4 How many hours did you spend helping the person in the last week? INTERVIEWER EXPLAIN IF NECESSARY: not help over the phone or by internet, or doing occasional errands or odd jobs without the respondent. INTERVIEWER NOTE: ROUND DOWN IF NECESSARY, e.g. IF 4.5 HOURS, CODE '1-4 hours' INTERVIEWER: IF YOU THINK THE ANSWER MAY BE A DAILY AMOUNT, CHECK 'So that is xx hours in the last week?', CHANGE ANSWER IF NECESSARY
ERFVOFT Question Overall, about how often over the last 12 months, since [MONTH, YEAR], have you generally done something to help this/these organisation(s) - remember to include any time spent at home or elsewhere helping this/these organisation(s). Would you say... READ OUT...
ERRESER Question SHOW CARD K5 In the last year have you made use of any of the following in order to give you a break from caring for the person/people @Baged 65 years or over@B? CODE ALL THAT APPLY.
ERVOLB Question adequate appreciation for vol work
ERVOLA Question fully satisfied with gains from vol work
ERCARB Question SHOW CARD K3 Considering all the efforts that I have put into caring for someone, I have always received adequate appreciation from others. (Would you say that you strongly agree, agree, disagree or strongly disagree?)
ERTIM1 System generated Time after ErResCk.
ERRESBK Question If you/name wanted a break for a few hours (during the time you would usually look after the person/people @Baged 65 years or over@B) would someone else have to look after him/her/them?
ERCARA Question SHOW CARD K3 Considering all the efforts that I have put into caring for someone, I am fully satisfied with what I have achieved so far. (Would you say that you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?)
ERADLT Question SHOW CARD K4 How many hours did you spend helping the person in the last week? INTERVIEWER EXPLAIN IF NECESSARY: not help over the phone or by internet, or doing occasional errands or odd jobs without the respondent. INTERVIEWER NOTE: ROUND DOWN IF NECESSARY, e.g. IF 4.5 HOURS, CODE '1-4 hours' INTERVIEWER: IF YOU THINK THE ANSWER MAY BE A DAILY AMOUNT, CHECK 'So that is xx hours in the last week?', CHANGE ANSWER IF NECESSARY
ERIVOL Question SHOW CARD K2 In the last 12 months, that is, since [MONTH, YEAR], have you done any of these things, unpaid, for someone who was not a relative? CODE ALL THAT APPLY.
ERRESCK Question May I check, is there anyone (living with you/name/not living with you/name) who is sick, disabled or frail whom you/he/she looks after or gives special help to, other than in a professional capacity (for example, a sick or disabled (or elderly) relative/husband/wife/child/friend/parent, etc)? INTERVIEWER: Code no if gives financial help only. INTERVIEWER: Code yes if respondent gives any help of this kind even if already mentioned earlier in interview
ERCAX Question details of other person cared for
ERCAB Question relationship to person/people
ERCAC Question hours caring in past week
ERTIMS System generated Time at start of BER block
ERCAA Question whether looked after anyone in past week
ERCABNUM Question number people looked after in past week
ERRESIN Question Some people have extra responsibilities because they look after someone who has long-term physical or mental ill health or disability, or problems related to old age. INTERVIEWER: Press <1> and to continue.
ERVOLCAR Question You have told me that you had cared for someone in the last month. INTERVIEWER: Press <1> and to continue.
ERRESRY Question Is there anyone whom you could rely on to look after person/people @Baged 65 years or over@B either at home or elsewhere?
ERCABZ Question EDITOR : Back code here - CODE FRAME 57 What relation is this person or people to you?
ERIVOFT Question Over the last 12 months that is since [MONTH, YEAR], about how often have you done this kind of thing/all the things you have mentioned. Would you say... READ OUT...
ERENDRES Question End of responsibility questions section. Please press 1 to continue.
ERIVIN Question Now I want to ask you about any unpaid help you, as an individual, may have given to other people, that is apart from any help given through a group, club or organisation. This could be help for a friend, neighbour or someone else, but not a relative. INTERVIEWER: Press <1> and to continue.
ERCABM Question relationship to person/people
ERENDER Question End of voluntary work and helping section Please press 1 to continue
ERAGEC Question How old is the person who you provide this type of help to? INTERVIEWER: CODE ALL THAT APPLY TO RECORD THE AGES OF EVERYONE THE RESPONDENT HELPS
ERCHLD Question SHOW CARD K4 How many hours did you spend helping the person in the last week? INTERVIEWER EXPLAIN IF NECESSARY: not help over the phone or by internet, or doing occasional errands or odd jobs without the respondent. INTERVIEWER NOTE: ROUND DOWN IF NECESSARY, e.g. IF 4.5 HOURS, CODE '1-4 hours' INTERVIEWER: IF YOU THINK THE ANSWER MAY BE A DAILY AMOUNT, CHECK 'So that is xx hours in the last week?', CHANGE ANSWER IF NECESSARY
ERFVIN Question INTERVIEWER: READ OUT SLOWLY: First, I'd like you to think about any groups, clubs or organisations that you've been involved with during the last 12 months. That's anything you've taken part in, supported, or that you've helped in any way, either on your own or with others. Please exclude giving money and anything that was a requirement of your job. INTERVIEWER: Press <1> and to continue.