Generations and Gender Survey Russia Wave 1 & Wave 2en
GGS Russia Wave 1 & Wave 2en
Independent Institute for Social Policy (IISP)en
The Generations and Gender Survey (GGS) provides micro-level data with the aim of significantly improving the knowledge base for social science and policymaking in Europe and developed countries elsewhere. In Europe 2020, the European Union develops a strategy "to help us come out stronger from the crisis and turn the EU into a smart, sustainable and inclusive economy delivering high levels of employment, productivity and social cohesion". The economic crisis affects not only day-to-day decisions, but also fundamental choices at all stages of people's lives: marriage and childbearing, the combination of employment and caring responsibilities for the young and the old, retirement, housing, and ageing well. The GGS has been developed to provide scientists with high-quality data to contribute scientifically grounded answers to these key policy questions. Survey content focuses on intergenerational and gender relations between people, expressed in care arrangements and the organization of paid and unpaid work. Key feature of the survey are:
- Cross-national comparability. In each country data is collected on the basis of a common international questionnaire and guidelines about the methodology. Data processing includes central harmonization of national datasets.
- A broad age range. It includes respondents between the ages of 18 and 80.
- A longitudinal design. It has a panel design, collecting information on the same persons at three-year intervals.
- A large sample size. It has an average of 9,000 respondents per country at Wave 1.
- A theory-driven and multidisciplinary questionnaire. It provides data for policy relevant research by demographers, economists, sociologists, social policy researchers, social psychologists and epidemiologists. The questionnaire is inspired by the theory of planned behavior.
- Possibility to combine the survey data with macro data provided by the GGP Contextual Database. This combination enables analyses of individuals and families in their cultural, economic, political, social and policy contexts.
Generations and Gender Survey Russia Wave 1 & Wave 2 - Documentationen-GB
Russian country presentations at the GGP International Working Group Meetingsen
Transition to adulthood
Informal and formal care
Well-being and health
32 regions of Russia (representative on a country scale).en
Method: Face-to-Face (personal interview). Technique: Paper and Pencil (PAPI).en
WAVE 1 ACTIONS
- Dealing with nonresponse 1.1 Screening: Up-date of the lists of dwellings 1.2 Refusal conversion: Usual techniques of refusal conversion. 1.3 Incentives: Yes, money: 100 rubles (in Moscow and St-Petersburg 500 rubles). .
- Tracking of sampled units 2.1 Respondent contact information: Yes, contact details (address phone number mobile and home; the respondent was not explicitly asked to provide an e-mail address) of the respondent were collected. 2.2 Other contact information: Yes, contact details (phone numbers; the person was not explicitly asked to provide an e-mail address) of a proxy (such as parents, friend) were collected. 2.3 Cards: Only a brochure with results of Wave 1 was sent. 2.4 Additional surveys: Education and Employment Survey (EES) in 2005. EES is based on the panel sample of the 1st wave of Russian GGS but includes people up to 55 years old only (N=6,654 respondents). 2.5 Administrative records: No.
WAVE 2 ACTIONS
Metadata are under preparation.
WAVE 1 DATA COLLECTION
Interviewers 1.1 Total number of interviewers: 525. 1.2 Number of interviewers in the field: Each interviewer had a fixed number of interviews to carry out. Some of them could finish the work earlier than others. 1.3 Network organization: Field coordinators from the interviewer's network of Demoscope Independent Research Center. 1.4 Working arrangement of interviewers: Contracted - other. 1.5 Payment of interviewers: Paid per interview + compensation for three-day training + compensation of travel costs.
Interviewer training 2.1 General interviewing: Yes, the trainees learned about the face-to-face interview principles. 2.2 Survey specific: Yes, study of the questionnaire. 2.3 Length: General training: 1 day; Specific training: 2 days. On the whole 38 workshops. 2.4 Control of performance: Yes, checking the Kish procedure, the filled questionnaires (2-3 from each interviewer), visiting 10% of randomly selected dwellings. 2.5 Interviewer survey: None.
Contact protocols 3.1 Advance letter: None. 3.2 Cold contacts: Face-to-face. 3.3 Scheduling / scattering: Yes, contact attempts were scattered over different days of the week and different parts of the day. 3.4 Contact history: Yes, for each contact attempt the interviewer had to report the date, the time and the outcome. 3.5 Min number of contacts: 3. 2.6 Max number of contacts: 18.
Questionnaire localization 4.1 Validation: Yes, in 2002 a test of the 1st version of the questionnaire was carried out by interviewing 50 respondents to improve the translation. Russian translation was also checked by Russian-speaking experts from the Max Planck Institute (MPIDR). 4.2 Pre-test: Yes, pilot. 4.3 Length of interview and other information about the data collection situation: Average length of interview: 1h 51min. In 28% of the cases there were other persons (during any part of interview). The overall assessment of the willingness to answer and reliability of information is high. Questions on the potential breaking-up were perceived by most respondents as tactless. Questions on fertility and fecundity were difficult too.
WAVE 2 DATA COLLECTION
Metadata are under preparation.
WAVE 1 SAMPLING PROCEDURE
Sampling frame 1.1 Type of frame: Dwelling lists, developed by constructing a list of all addresses in SSU. 1.2 Frame coverage: Almost whole population of Russia (95.5% of the population, Chechnya was excluded). 1.3 Frame size: 139 mln people in 1,850 modified areas. 1.4 Level of units available: Dwellings.
Sampling method 2.1 Sampling method type: Multistage probability sample. 2.2 Sampling stage definition
- PSU: Administrative-territorial areas: self-representing areas (Moscow city, Moscow Oblast and St.Petersburg city) and other regions.
- SSU: If PSU = self-representing areas -> SSU = polling districts; if PSU = other -> SSU = settlements (town or rural areas).
- TSU: If SSU = polling districts -> TSU = individuals; if SSU = town -> TSU = polling districts and FSU = individuals; if SSU = rural area -> TSU = individuals. 2.3 Sampling stage size
- PSU: 38 PSU, including 3 self-representing areas (=populous cities - Moscow city, Moscow Oblast and St.Petersburg city - with a total of 20,5 mln inhabitants).
- SSU: 177 SSU.
- TSU: NA. 2.4 Unit selection: All self-representing areas were selected as PSU, in each of the non self-representing areas one PSU was chosen randomly using probability proportional to size. 2.5 Final stage unit selection: Simple Random Sampling. 2.6 Within Household unit selection: Kish tables. 2.7 Stratification: None. 2.8 Sample size
- Starting size sample: 27,089.
- Aimed total size at Wave 1: 11,000.
- Aimed total size at Wave 3: None. 2.9 Estimated Non-response
- Initial non-response: 52.5%.
- Yearly attrition: None.
- Non response measures: Oversampling (27,089 -> 11,000 target).
- Within household non-responses measures: None.
WAVE 2 SAMPLING PROCEDURE
Metadata are under preparation.
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