Young Life and Times Survey

Family (2003 onwards)

Listed below are the questions asked in the Family module and the years in which they were asked. If you want to see how young people actually answered the questions in a particular year, you can click on the year beside every question.

Publications and further information on
Family can be found on the Grandparenting and Family Life Resources and on the Informal Care Resources pages.

  • CAREHOME: Do you look after someone living with you who is sick, disabled or elderly? 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • CARE1REC: Who do you look after at living with you? 2007
  • CARESEP: Do you look after someone NOT living with you who is sick, disabled or elderly? 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • CARE2REC: Who do you look after not living with you? 2007
  • LIVEPAR: Do you currently live with your parents, including adoptive parents? 2006 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
  • QMOTHER: How often do you quarrel with your mother? 2006 2008
  • QFATHER: How often do you quarrel with your father? 2006 2008
  • TFATHER: How often do you talk to your father about things that matter to you? 2006 2008
  • TMOTHER: How often do you talk to your mother about things that matter to you? 2006 2008
  • CRCRUNCH: To what extent has the ‘credit crunch’ affected you and your family? 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
  • HOWCRCRUNCH: How has the recent economic crisis affected you (open-ended) 2009
  • CODECRCRUNCH: How has the recent economic crisis affected you (coded) 2009
  • STATECB1: Has a child the right to be paid for by both parents if they don't live with them? 2010
  • STATECB2: Should both parents be involved in arrangements to pay for their children? 2010
  • STATECB3: Should parents be provided with information to help them to pay for their children? 2010
  • PARNTSUP: How do you think should parents support their children if they do not live with them? 2010

 

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