Ba. Family and family transfer (children and grandchildren)

Module Ba. Family and family transfer (children and grandchildren) of survey KLoSAw3

Label Type Description
Ba001 Question Now I am going to ask you about your children. In the previous interview, you responded that you had [no. of children] children. Is this correct?
Ba002 Question How many children did you have at the time of the previous interview? (unit: number of children)
Ba003 Question How many children are currently alive? (unit: number of children) [IWER: Any child who is not confirmed dead since he/she is missing or has run away from home, etc., is considered currently alive.]
Ba004 Question Who are those dead children? Please list all of them. (Select multiple responses.) 01~10 [child's name]
Ba005 Question When did [child's name selected in Ba004] die? (unit: year and month combined into 6 digits) [IWER: Enter the year and month using 6 digits. For example, mark 200901 for January 2009. If the month is not clear, enter 200900.]
Ba006 Question What is your child's name? (Please start with the eldest, in birth order) [IWER: Please double check the spelling of the name, if the same name is used in OVERSCREEN. If R does not provide the child's name, describe him/her as 'the first child', the second child', etc.]
Ba007 Question Is [child's name] a son or daughter?
Ba008 Question How old is [child's name]? [IWER: - For those who respond by a zodiac sign, refer to the index card provided. - Current age based on the response given in the previous interview (2006/2008 month day): [child's age] years old] years old
Ba009 Question What is the highest level of education [child's name] has completed?
Ba010 Question If others, please specify.
Ba011 Question Did he/she graduate, drop out or obtain an equivalent qualification by passing the qualification exam though not completing the school?
Ba012 Question Does [child's name] work for pay? [IWER: Response in the previous interview (2006/2008 month day) : [whether the child works for pay]]
Ba013 Question Is [child's name] currently co-residing with you? [IWER: - If the child lives away from home due to study or work, he/she is not co-residing with R. - Response in the previous interview (2006/2008 month day) : [co-residing/not co-residing]]
Ba014 Question At the time of the previous interview, you [were /weren't co-residing] with [child's name]. Which months did you live with him/her in the last calendar year (2009)? (Select multiple responses, but not with either 13 or 14.)
Ba015 Question Does [child's name] own a house? [IWER: Response in the previous interview (2006/2008 month day) : [whether the child owns a house]]
Ba016 Question What is [child's name]'s marital status? [IWER: Response in the previous interview (2006/2008 month day) : [child's marital status]]
Ba017 Question Does [child's name] have any children? If so, how many? [IWER: Response in the previous interview (2006/2008 month day) : [number of children] persons]
Ba018 Question How close does [child's name] live to you?
Ba019 Question How often do you meet [child's name] in person?
Ba020 Question How often do you contact [child's name] by phone, mail or e-mail?
Ba021 Question In the last calendar year (2009), did you and your spouse receive from [child's name] any gifts or monetary transfers, such as pocket money, living expenses or medical expenses while living separately? If so, in what form was it received? Please select all that apply. (Select multiple responses.) * POINT* - By financial help we mean giving money, helping pay bills, or covering specific types of costs, such as those for medical care or insurance, schooling, down payment for a home, rent, etc., but not counting any shared housing or shared food. The financial help can be considered support, a gift or a loan. - Regular monetary transfer refers to the case in which you received monetary transfers regularly in a certain time interval (e.g. each month, every two months), such as monthly allowances. - Occasional monetary transfer refers to the case in which you received monetary transfers without any regularity, such as paying for medical bills or schooling and occasional allowances. - Monetary transfers include receiving cash as well as bills paid for your behalf. For example, your family member pays for your medical bills, insurance, tuition and so on. - Non-monetary transfer refers to gifts and goods received.
Ba022 Question What was the monthly average amount of regular monetary transfers you received from [child's name] in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Ba023 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 10 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba022 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba024 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 30 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba022 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba025 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 50 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba022 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba026 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba022 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba027 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 200 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba022 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba028 Question Which month(s) did you receive regular monetary transfers from [child's name] in the last calendar year (2009)? Please choose all that apply. (Select multiple responses, but not with 13.) [IWER: "If you alternated between co-residing and not co-residing in 2009, please answer only in relation to the transfers you received while not living together, excluding those you received while living together."]
Ba029 Question What was the total amount of occasional monetary transfers you received from [child's name] in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Ba030 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba029 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba031 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 300 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba029 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba032 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 500 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba029 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba033 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 1,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba029 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba034 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 2,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba029 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba035 Question What was the type of non-monetary transfer you received from [child's name] in the last calendar year (2009)? Please check all that apply.
Ba036 Question If others, please specify.
Ba037 Question In the last calendar year (2009), did you and your spouse give [child's name] any gifts or monetary transfers, such as pocket money, living expenses, medical expenses or tuition while living separately? If so, in what form was it given? Please select all that apply. (Select multiple responses.)
Ba038 Question What was the monthly average amount of regular monetary transfers you gave to [child's name] in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Ba039 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 10 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba038 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba040 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 30 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba038 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba041 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 50 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba038 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba042 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba038 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba043 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 200 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba038 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba044 Question Which month(s) did you make regular monetary transfers to [child's name] in the last calendar year (2009)? Please choose all that apply. (Select multiple responses, but not with 13.) [IWER: "If you alternated between co-residing and not co-residing in 2009, please answer only in relation to the transfers you provided while not living together, excluding those you provided while living together."]
Ba045 Question What was the total amount of occasional monetary transfers given to [child's name] in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Ba046 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba045 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba047 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 300 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba045 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba048 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 500 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba045 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba049 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 1,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba045 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba050 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 2,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba045 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba051 Question What was the type of non-monetary transfer you gave to [child's name] in the last calendar year (2009)? Please choose all that apply.
Ba052 Question If others, please specify.
Ba053 Question In the last calendar year (2009), did you and your spouse receive any monetary transfers from child's name] while living together? [IWER: - Provision of dwelling space, food, etc., is excluded. - Monetary transfers include pocket money, medical expenses, travel expenses, business funds, etc.]
Ba054 Question If so, what was the total amount of monetary transfers received in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Ba055 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba054 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba056 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 300 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba054 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba057 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 500 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba054 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba058 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 1,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba054 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba059 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 2,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)?[IWER: Go back to Ba054 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba060 Question In the last calendar year (2009), did you and your spouse give any monetary transfers to [child's name] while living together? [IWER: - Provision of dwelling space, food, etc., is excluded. - Monetary transfers include pocket money, medical expenses, travel expenses, business funds, etc.]
Ba061 Question If so, what was the total amount of monetary transfers given in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Ba062 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba061 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba063 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 300 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba061 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba064 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 500 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba061 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba065 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 1,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba061 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba066 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 2,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Ba061 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Ba067 Question You have said that you and your spouse gave [child's name] approximately [transfer amount] MW (10,000 Korean won) in the last calendar year (2009). Among these, how much accounts for educational expenses, wedding expenses, business expenses, medical expenses, and other expenses? [IWER: The sum of all items must be equal to [Ba038x Ba044+Ba045+Ba061] MW.] ITEMS AMOUNT(unit: 10,000 Korean won)
Ba068 Question Now I'd like to ask you a few questions about grandchildren. Altogether, how many living grandchildren do you have? Please include those whose parent is dead or missing.
Ba069 Question Did you take care of any of those grandchildren before he/she reached the age of 10? [IWER: Please enter '1 Yes' if R took care of a grandchild under the age of 10, even in case the grandchild is now aged 10 or over.]
Ba070 Question If so, how many grandchildren did you take care of? [unit: number of grandchildren] [IWER: It is possible to enter a maximum of ten grandchildren R took care of. If the number exceeds 10, R is asked to choose the ten he/she helped most to take care of.]
Ba071 Question What is the name of the grandchild you took care of? (Please start with the eldest, in birth order) [IWER: If R does not provide the grandchild's name, describe him/her as 'the first grandchild of thefirst daughter', 'the first grandchild of the second son', etc.]
Ba072 Question Whose child is [grandchild's name in Ba071]? [IWER: In case of grandchildren whose parent is dead or missing, enter '11 Others'.]
Ba073 Question How long did you take care of [grandchild's name in Ba071]? (unit: year) [IWER: - If the period of taking care of a grandchild is less than 1 year, enter 0. - It is possible to enter a maximum of 9 grandchildren because any grandchild taken care of before the age of 10 can be included.]
Ba074 Question On average how many hours per week did you care for [grandchild's name in Ba071] during that period? (unit: average number of hours per week) [IWER: If R took care of two or more grandchildren at the same time, R is advised to answer separately for each grandchild not to double-count care hours. For example, if R cared for two grandchildren for 10 hours, enter 5 hours for each.] hours per week
Ba075 Question Did you take care of any of your grandchildren under the age of 10 during the past one year (not calendar year)?
Ba076 Question How many grandchildren did you take care of during the past one year? [IWER: It is possible to enter a maximum of five grandchildren R took care of. If the number exceeds 5, R is asked to choose the five he/she helped most to take care of.]
Ba077 Question What is the name of the grandchild you took care of? (Please start with the eldest, in birth order) [IWER: If R does not provide the grandchild's name, describe him/her as 'the first grandchild of thefirst daughter', 'the first grandchild of the second son', etc.]
Ba078 Question Whose child is [grandchild's name in Ba077]? [IWER: In case of grandchildren whose parent is dead or missing, enter '11 Others'.]
Ba079 Question How long did you take care of [grandchild's name in Ba077] during the past one year? [IWER: Calculate 1 month as 4 weeks, 6 months as 26 weeks, 1 year as 52 weeks. Past one yearmeans a period of one year prior to now, not 2009.] weeks
Ba080 Question On average how many hours per week did you spend on caring for [grandchild's name in Ba077] during the past one year? (unit: average number of hours per week) [IWER: - Past one year means a period of one year prior to now, not 2009. - If R took care of two or more grandchildren at the same time, R is advised to answer separately for each grandchild not to double-count care hours. For example, if R cared for two grandchildren for 10 hours, enter 5 hours for each.] hours per week
Ba081 Question asked of interviewer [IWER: How often did R receive assistance in answering section Ba-FAMILY AND FAMILY TRANSFER (CHILDREN & GRANDCHILDREN)?]
Ba082 Question What is the proxy's relationship to R? If unknown, please ask the proxy. What is your relationship to R?