Bb. Family and family transfer (parents & siblings)

Module Bb. Family and family transfer (parents & siblings) of survey KLoSAw3

Label Type Description
Bb001 Question Now I am going to ask you about your sibling, [sibling's name]. Is [sibling's name] currently alive? [IWER: This question is intended to find out whether R's sibling has died or not.]
Bb002 Question When did [sibling's name] pass away? [IWER: Enter the year and month using 6 digits. For example, mark 201101 for January 2011. If the month is not clear, enter 201100.]
Bb003 Question Does [sibling's name] live with you?
Bb004 Question Now I have some questions about your father. Is [father's name] currently alive? [IWER: This question is intended to find out whether R's father has died or not.]
Bb005 Question When did he die? [IWER: Enter the year and month using 6 digits. For example, mark 201101 for January 2011. If the month is not clear, enter 201100.]
Bb006 Question Does your father work for pay?
Bb007 Question Does your father own a house?
Bb008 Question Does your father live with you?
Bb009 Question At the time of the previous interview, you [were/weren't co-residing] with your father. Which months did you live with him in the last calendar year (2011)? (Select multiple responses, but not with either 13 or 14.)
Bb010 Question Now I have some questions about your mother. Is [mother's name] currently alive? [IWER: This question is intended to find out whether R's mother has died or not.]
Bb011 Question When did she die? [IWER: Enter the year and month using 6 digits. For example, mark 201101 for January 2011. If the month is not clear, enter 201100.]
Bb012 Question Does your mother work for pay?
Bb013 Question Does your mother own a house?
Bb014 Question Does your mother live with you?
Bb015 Question At the time of the previous interview, you [were co-residing/weren't co-residing] with your mother. Which months did you live with her in the last calendar year (2011)? (Select multiple responses, but not with either 13 or 14.)
Bb016 Question Do your parents live together?
Bb017 Question Do they live by themselves, or with other children (R's sibling)?
Bb018 Question With whom do they live? If they live with multiple children, please identify all co-residents.
Bb019 Question If others, please specify.
Bb020 Question How close do you live to your parents?
Bb021 Question How often do you meet your parents in person?
Bb022 Question How often do you contact your parents by phone, mail, or e-mail?
Bb023 Question Not counting any shared housing or shared food, did you receive any financial help from your parents in the last calendar year (2009)? If you did, what kind of help did you receive from your parents? Did you receive regular monetary transfers, occasional monetary transfers, or non-monetary transfers? Please choose all that apply. * 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.
Bb024 Question What was the monthly average amount of regular monetary transfers you received from your parents in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb025 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 10 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb024 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb026 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 30 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb024 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb027 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 50 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb024 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb028 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb024 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb029 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 200 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb024 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb030 Question Which months did you receive regular monetary transfers from your parents 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."]
Bb031 Question What was the total amount of occasional monetary transfers you received from your parents in the last calendar year (2009)?(unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb032 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb031 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb033 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 300 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb031 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb034 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 500 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb031 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb035 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 1,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb031 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb036 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 2,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb031 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb037 Question What was the type of non-monetary transfer you received from your parents? Please choose all that apply. (Select multiple responses.)
Bb038 Question If others, please specify.
Bb039 Question Not counting any shared housing or shared food, did you give any financial help to your parents in the last calendar year (2009)?
Bb040 Question What was the monthly average amount of regular monetary transfers you gave to your parents in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb041 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 10 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb040 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb042 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 30 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb040 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb043 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 50 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb040 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb044 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb040 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb045 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 200 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb040 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb046 Question Which months did you give regular monetary transfers to your parents 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."]
Bb047 Question What was the total amount of occasional monetary transfers given to your parents in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb048 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb047 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb049 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 300 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb047 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb050 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 500 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb047 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb051 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 1,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb047 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb052 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 2,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb047 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb053 Question What was the type of non-monetary transfer you gave to your parents in the last calendar year (2009)? Please choose all that apply.
Bb054 Question If others, please specify.
Bb178 Question In the last calendar year (2009), did you receive any monetary transfers from your parents while living together? [IWER: - Provision of residential space, food, etc., is excluded.
Bb179 Question If so, what was the total amount of monetary transfers you received from your parents in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb180 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb179 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb181 Question it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 300 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb179 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb182 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 500 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb179 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb183 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 1,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb179 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb184 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 2,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb179 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb185 Question In the last calendar year (2009), did you give any monetary transfers to your parents while living together? [IWER: - Provision of dwelling space, food, etc., is excluded. - Monetary transfers include pocket money, medical expenses, travel expenses, business funds, etc.]
Bb186 Question If so, what was the total amount of monetary transfers you gave to your parents in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb187 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb186 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb188 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 300 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb186 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb189 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 500 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb186 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb190 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 1,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb186 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb191 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 2,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb186 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb055 Question Does your father live by himself or with other children [R's sibling]?
Bb056 Question With whom does he live? Please list all, if he lives with multiple children. [IWER: Choose all that apply.]
Bb057 Question If others, please specify.
Bb058 Question How close do you live to your father?
Bb059 Question How often do you meet your father in person?
Bb060 Question How often do you contact your father by phone, mail, or e-mail?
Bb061 Question Not counting any shared housing or shared food, did you receive any financial help from your father in the last calendar year (2009)? If you did, what kind of help did you receive from your father? Did you receive regular monetary transfers, occasional monetary transfers, or non-monetary transfers? Please choose all that apply. * 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
Bb062 Question What was the monthly average amount of regular monetary transfers you received from your father in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb063 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 10 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb062 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb064 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 30 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb062 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb065 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 50 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb062 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb066 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb062 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb067 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 200 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb062 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb068 Question Which months did you receive regular monetary transfers from your father 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."]
Bb069 Question What was the total amount of occasional monetary transfers you received from your father in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb070 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb069 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb071 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 300 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb069 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb072 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 500 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb069 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb073 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 1,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb069 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb074 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 2,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb069 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb075 Question What was the type of non-monetary transfer you received from your father? Please check all that apply.
Bb076 Question If others, please specify.
Bb077 Question Not counting any shared housing or shared food, did you give any financial help to your father in the last calendar year (2009)?
Bb078 Question What was the monthly average amount of regular monetary transfers you gave to your father in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb079 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 10 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb078 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb080 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 30 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb078 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb081 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 50 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb078 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb082 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb078 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb083 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 200 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb078 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb084 Question Which months did you give regular monetary transfers to your father 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."]
Bb085 Question What was the total amount of occasional monetary transfers given to your father in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb086 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb085 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb087 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 300 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb085 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb088 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 500 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb085 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb089 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 1,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb085 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb090 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 2,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb085 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb091 Question What was the type of non-monetary transfer you gave to your father in the last calendar year (2009)? Please choose all that apply.
Bb092 Question If others, please specify.
Bb192 Question In the last calendar year (2009), did you receive any monetary transfers from your father while living together? [IWER: - Provision of dwelling space, food, etc., is excluded. - Monetary transfers include pocket money, medical expenses, travel expenses, business expenses, etc.]
Bb193 Question If so, what was the total amount of monetary transfers you received from your father in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb194 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb193 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb195 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 300 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb193 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb196 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 500 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb193 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb197 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 1,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb193 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb198 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 2,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb193 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb199 Question In the last calendar year (2009), did you give any monetary transfers to your father while living together? [IWER: - Provision of dwelling space, food, etc., is excluded. - Monetary transfers include pocket money, medical expenses, travel expenses, business expenses, etc.]
Bb200 Question If so, what was the total amount of monetary transfers you gave to your father in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb201 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb200 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb202 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 300 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb200 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb203 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 500 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb200 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb204 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 1,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb200 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb205 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 2,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb200 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb093 Question Does your mother live by herself or with other children [R's sibling]?
Bb094 Question With whom does she live? Please list all, if she lives with multiple children. [IWER: Choose all that apply]
Bb095 Question If others, please specify.
Bb096 Question How close do you live to your mother?
Bb097 Question How often do you meet your mother in person?
Bb098 Question How often do you contact your mother by phone, mail, or e-mail?
Bb099 Question Not counting any shared housing or shared food, did you receive any financial help from your mother in the last calendar year (2009)? If you did, what kind of help did you receive from your mother? Did you receive regular monetary transfers, occasional monetary transfers, or non-monetary transfers? Please choose all that apply. * 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 consideredsupport, 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.
Bb100 Question What was the monthly average amount of regular monetary transfers you received from your mother in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb101 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 10 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb100 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb102 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 30 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb100 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb103 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 50 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb100 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb104 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb100 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb105 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 200 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb100 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb106 Question Which months did you receive regular monetary transfers from your mother 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."]
Bb107 Question What was the total amount of occasional monetary transfers you received from your mother in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb108 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb107 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb109 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 300 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb107 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb110 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 500 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb107 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb111 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 1,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb107 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb112 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 2,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb107 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb113 Question What was the type of non-monetary transfer you received from your parents in the last calendar year (2009)? Please check all that apply.
Bb114 Question If others, please specify.
Bb115 Question Not counting any shared housing or shared food, did you give any financial help to your mother in the last calendar year (2009)?
Bb116 Question What was the monthly average amount of regular monetary transfers you gave to your mother in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb117 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 10 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb116 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb118 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 30 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb116 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb119 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 50 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb116 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb120 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb116 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb121 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 200 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb116 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb122 Question Which months did you give regular monetary transfers to your mother in the last calendar year (2009)? Please check 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."]
Bb123 Question What was the total amount of occasional monetary transfers you gave to your mother in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb124 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb123 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb125 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 300 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb123 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb126 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 500 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb123 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb127 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 1,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb123 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb128 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 2,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb123 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb129 Question What was the type of non-monetary transfer you gave to your mother in the last calendar year (2009)? Please choose all that apply. (Select multiple responses.)
Bb130 Question If others, please specify.
Bb206 Question In the last calendar year (2009), did you receive any monetary transfers from your mother while living together? [IWER: - Provision of dwelling space, food, etc., is excluded. - Monetary transfers include pocket money, medical expenses, travel expenses, business expenses, etc.]
Bb207 Question If so, what was the total amount of monetary transfers you received from your mother in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb208 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb207 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb209 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 300 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb207 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb210 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 500 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb207 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb211 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 1,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb207 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb212 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 2,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb207 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb213 Question In the last calendar year (2009), did you give any monetary transfers to your mother while living together? [IWER: - Provision of dwelling space, food, etc., is excluded. - Monetary transfers include pocket money, medical expenses, travel expenses, business expenses, etc.]
Bb214 Question If so, what was the total amount of monetary transfers you gave to your mother in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb215 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb214 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb216 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 300 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb214 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb217 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 500 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb214 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb218 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 1,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb214 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb219 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 2,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb214 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb131 Question Not counting any shared housing or shared food, did you receive financial help from any family member, other than your parents and children, (e.g. parents-in-law, siblings, siblings-in-law, grandchildren, etc.) in the last calendar year (2009)? * 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.
Bb132 Question From whom did you receive financial help? Please identify all transfer givers. [IWER: R is asked only about the monetary/non-monetary transfers or gifts he/she received from other family members while not living with them for more than one month in the last calendar year (2009).]
Bb133 Question If others, please specify.
Bb134 Question What kind of financial help did you receive from [giver's name chosen in Bb132]? Please choose all that apply.
Bb135 Question What was the monthly average amount of regular monetary transfers you received from [giver's name chosen in Bb132] in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb136 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 10 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb135 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb137 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 30 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb135 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb138 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 50 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb135 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb139 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb135 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb140 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 200 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb135 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb141 Question Which months did you receive regular monetary transfers from [giver's name chosen in Bb132] in the last calendar year (2009)? Please choose all that apply. (Select multiple responses, but not with13.) [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."]
Bb142 Question What was the total amount of occasional monetary transfers you received from [giver's name chosen in Bb132] in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb143 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb142 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb144 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 300 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb142 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb145 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 500 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb142 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb146 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 1,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb142 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb147 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 2,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb142 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb148 Question What was the type of non-monetary transfer you received from [giver's name chosen in Bb132] in the last calendar year (2009)? Please check all that apply. (Select multiple responses.)
Bb149 Question If others, please specify.
Bb150 Question In the last calendar year (2009), did you give financial help to any family members, other than your parents and children, (e.g. parents-in-law, siblings, siblings-in-law, grandchildren, etc.) whileliving separately? Please select all that apply. (Select multiple responses.) [IWER: R is asked only about the monetary/non-monetary transfers or gifts he/she gave other family members while not living with them for more than one month in the last calendar year (2009).]
Bb151 Question To whom did you give financial help? Please identify all transfer receivers. [IWER: R is asked only about the monetary/non-monetary transfers or gifts he/she gave other family members while not living with them for more than one month in the last calendar year (2009).]
Bb152 Question If others, please specify.
Bb153 Question What kind of financial help did you give to [receiver's name chosen in Bb151]? Please choose all that apply.
Bb154 Question What was the monthly average amount of regular monetary transfers you gave to [receiver's name chosen in Bb151] in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb155 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 10 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb154 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb156 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 30 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb154 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb157 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 50 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb154 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb158 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb154 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb159 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 200 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb154 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb160 Question Which months did you give regular monetary transfers to [receiver's name chosen in Bb151] 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."]
Bb161 Question What was the total amount of occasional monetary transfers you gave to [receiver's name chosen in Bb151] in the last calendar year (2009)? (unit: 10,000 Korean won) MW
Bb162 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 100 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb161 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb163 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 300 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb161 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb164 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 500 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb161 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb165 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 1,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb161 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb166 Question Did it amount to less than, about equal to or more than 2,000 MW (10,000 Korean won)? [IWER: Go back to Bb161 and record if R answers the amount during the interview.]
Bb167 Question What was the type of non-monetary transfer you gave to [receiver's name chosen in Bb151] in the last calendar year (2009)? Please check all that apply. (Select multiple responses.)
Bb168 Question If others, please specify.
Bb169 Question Are there any family members over the age of 10 (spouse, parents, siblings, children, and spouse's parents and siblings) who are unable to carry out activities of daily living (ADL)? Activities of daily living refer to everyday routines, such as dressing, washing face and hair/brushing teeth, taking a bath or shower, eating, getting out of bed and walking out of the room, using the toilet andcontrolling urination or defecation. Please identify all family members with ADL difficulties. (Select multiple responses.)
Bb170 Question Did you care for any of [names listed in Bb169] during the past one year (not calendar year)? If so, whom did you help? Please choose all family members you cared for. (Select multiple reponses.)
Bb171 Question Roughly how many hours per week did you care for [name chosen in Bb170] during the past one year (not calendar year)? hours per week
Bb172 Question How many weeks did you care for [name chosen in Bb170] during the past one year? [IWER: Calculate 1 month as 4 weeks, 6 months as 26 weeks, 1 year as 52 weeks. For example, 5 months is converted into 20 weeks, and enter 30 weeks for 7 months because it is equal to 6 months (26 weeks) plus 1 month (4 weeks). Past one year refers to a period of one year prior to now, not 2009.] weeks
Bb173 Question Did you help any of your family members over the age of 10 (spouse, parents, parents-in-law, siblings and/or children) who are not living with you with the various activities he/she is unable to do due to physical or mental weakness (e.g. personal grooming, cleaning and tidying up the house, making bed and washing dishes, etc., preparing meals, doing laundry, going out a short distance, using transportation, shopping, managing money, making and taking phone calls, and taking medications) during the past one year? If you did, whom did you help? Please choose all family members you helped. (Select multiple responses.)
Bb174 Question Roughly how many hours per week did you help out [name chosen in Bb173] during the past one year (not calendar year)? hours per week
Bb175 Question How many weeks did you care for [name chosen inBb173] during the past one year? [IWER: Calculate 1 month as 4 weeks, 6 months as 26 weeks, 1 year as 52 weeks. For example, 5 months is converted into 20 weeks, and enter 30 weeks for 7 months because it is equal to 6 months (26 weeks) plus 1 month (4 weeks). Past one year refers to a period of one year prior to now, not 2009.] weeks
Bb176 Question asked of interviewer [IWER: How often did R receive assistance in answering section Bb-FAMILY AND FAMILY TRANSFER (PARENTS & SIBLINGS)?]
Bb177 Question What is the proxy's relationship to R? If unknown, please ask the proxy. What is your relationship to R?