WWRELCHD: Can a working mother establish
just as warm and secure a relationship with her children as a mother
who does not work?
WWCHDSUF: Is a pre-school child likely
to suffer if his or her mother works?
WWFAMSUF: Does family life suffer
when the woman has a full-time job?
WANTHOME: Is a home and children
what most women want?
HWIFEFFL: Is being a housewife just
as fulfilling as working for pay?
FEMJOB: Is having a job the best way
for a woman to be an independent person?
BOTHEARN: Should both the man and
woman contribute to the household income?
SEXROLE: Is a man's job to earn money
and a woman's job to look after the home and family?
MENHWORK: Should men do a larger
share of household work than they do now?
MENCCARE: Should men do a larger
share of childcare than they do now?
WWCHD1: Should women work full-time,
part-time or not at all after marrying and before there are children?
WWCHD2: Should women work full-time,
part-time or not at all when there is a child under school age?
WWCHD3: Should women work full-time,
part-time or not at all after the youngest child starts school?
WWCHD4: Should women work full-time, part-time
or not at all after the children leave home?
Are married people generally happier than unmarried people?
MARVIEW5: Is it better to have a
bad marriage than no marriage at all?
MARVIEW6: Should people who want
children get married?
MARVIE10: Can one parent bring up
a child as well as two parents together?
MARVIE11: Is it all right for a couple
to live together without getting married?
MARVIE12: Is it a good idea for couples
intending to get married to live together first?
MARVIE13: Is divorce the best solution
when a couple can't work out their marriage problems?
CHDVIEW2: Is watching children grow
up life's greatest joy?
CHDVIEW6: Do people who have never
had children lead empty lives?
MATLEAVE: Should working women receive
paid maternity leave when they have a baby?
CHLDCRBN: Should families receive
financial benefits for child care when both parents work?
MARCOHAB: Are you married or living
CPLINCOM: How do you and your spouse/partner
organise the income that one or both of you receive?
HHJOB1: In your household who does
HHJOB2: In your household who makes
small repairs around the house?
HHJOB3: In your household who looks
after sick family members?
HHJOB4: In your household who shops
HHJOB6: In your household who does
the household cleaning?
HHJOB7: In your household who prepares
RHLDWORK: How many hours a week do
you personally spend on household work?
SHLDWORK: How many hours a week does
your spouse/partner spend on household work?
SHAREWRK: Do you and your spouse/partner
share household work?
DSGRWORK: How often do you and your
spouse/partner disagree about the sharing of household work?
BRINGCHD: Who usually makes/made
the decisions about how to bring up your children?
SAYWKEND: When you and your spouse/partner
make decisions about choosing weekend activities, who has the final
SAYBUY: When you and your spouse/partner
make decisions about buying major things for the home, who has the
HIINCOME: Considering all sources
of income between you and your partner, who has the higher income?
RUNOUTTM: Are there so many things
to do at home that you often run out of time?
HOMSTRSS: Is your life at home rarely
EXTRAHRS: Are there so many things
to do at work that you run out of time?
JOBSTRSS: Is your job rarely stressful?
TRDCHORE: How often have you come
home from work too tired to do the chores?
DIFFRESP: How often has it been difficult
to fulfil family responsibilities because of your job?
TRDHWORK: How often have you arrived
at work too tired because of household work?
CONCFAM: How often have you found
it difficult to concentrate at work because of family responsibilities?
RUHAPPY2: How happy are you?
SATISJOB: How satisfied are you with
your (main) job?
SATISFAM: How satisfied are you with
your family life?
MTHRWWRK: Did your mother ever work
for pay for as long as one year after you were born and before you
EVERCHLD: Have you ever had children?
RMARWRK1: Did you work outside the
home after marrying/living as married and before you had children?
RMARWRK2: Did you work outside the
home when a child ws under school age?
RMARWRK3: Did you work outside the
home after the youngest child started school?
RMARWRK4: Did you work outside the
home after the children left home?
SMARWRK1: Did your spouse/partner work
outside the home after marrying/living as married and before you had
SMARWRK2: Did your spouse/partner
work outside the home when a child was under school age?
SMARWRK3: Did your spouse/partner
work outside the home after the youngest child started school?
SMARWRK4: Did your spouse/partner
work outside the home after the children left home?
WWRKNCHD: Should women work outside
the home when a couple has not yet had a child?