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Using CHAMP to prevent youth HIV risk in South Africa. Collaborative HIV/AIDS and Mental Health Project (CHAMP) 2003-06: Adult measures - KwaZulu-Natal

The adult data set includes the responses of 478 adolescents in families of which the responses have been recorded of manual-based sessions done on groups of families with pre-adolescent children (9-11 years) and evaluated using a treatment versus no treatment repeated-measures design. Each session of the manual covers ten topics that include children's rights and responsibilities; parental styles; communication; puberty; hard to talk about issues; risky environmental influences; understanding HIV/AIDS; dealing with stigma; surviving loss and bereavement; developing support networks. The effect of the intervention was measured along all of these dimensions. This data set contains the responses of both the pre-test and the post-test. The responses of the pre- and post-test were merged into one data set.

Using CHAMP to prevent youth HIV risk in South Africa. Collaborative HIV/AIDS and Mental Health Project (CHAMP) 2003-06: Child measures - KwaZulu-Natal

The child data set includes the responses of 579 children in families of which the reponses have been recorded of manual-based sessions done on groups of families with pre-adolescent children (9-11 years) and evaluated using a treatment versus no treatment repeated-measures design. Each session of the manual covers ten topics that include children's rights and responsibilities; parental styles; communication; puberty; hard to talk about issues; risky environmental influences; understanding HIV/AIDS; dealing with stigma; surviving loss and bereavement; developing support networks. The effect of the intervention was measured along all of these dimensions. This data set contains the responses of both the pre-test and the post-test. The responses of the pre- and post-test were merged into one data set.

South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) 2003: Combined data with individual weight - All provinces

The harmonised core module data are available in the combined data set. The questions contained in the core modules of the two SASAS questionnaires for 2003 were asked of 7000 respondents, while the remaining rotating modules were asked of a half sample of approximately 3500 respondents each.

The combined data set contains 4980 records and 269 variables.

Core topics included in the questionnaires are: democracy, identity, public services, health status, HIV/AIDS, health behaviour, moral issues, crime, voting, demographics and other classificatory variables, nature of families and family authority.

This version of the combined dataset should be used when analysis is to be performed at individual level.

South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) 2003: Combined data with household weight - All provinces

The harmonised core module data are available in the combined dataset. The questions contained in the core modules of the two SASAS questionnaires for 2003 were asked of 7000 respondents, while the remaining rotating modules were asked of a half sample of approximately 3500 respondents each.

The combined data set contains 4980 records and 269 variables.

Core topics included in the questionnaires are: democracy, identity, public services, health status, HIV/AIDS, health behaviour, moral issues, crime, voting, demographics and other classificatory variables, nature of families and family authority.

This version of the combined dataset should be used where analysis is to be performed at household level.

South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) 2003: Questionnaire 1 - All provinces

The questions contained in the core modules of the two SASAS questionnaires for 2003 (demographics and core thematic issues) were asked of 7000 respondents, while the remaining rotating modules were asked of a half sample of approximately 3500 respondents each.

The data set contains 2497 records and 369 variables.

Topics included in the questionnaires are: democracy, identity, public services-education, health status, HIV/AIDS, health behaviour, moral issues, crime, voting, demographics and other classificatory variables, nature of families and family authority.

Rotating modules are: health status, HIV/AIDS and health behaviour, communication, International Social Surveys Programme (ISSP) module: national identity, democracy part 2, poverty, generational and gender attitudes and domestic violence, interpersonal violence.

South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) 2003: Questionnaire 2 - All provinces

The questions contained in the core modules of the two SASAS questionnaires for 2003 (demographics and core thematic issues) were asked of 7000 respondents, while the remaining rotating modules were asked of a half sample of approximately 3500 respondents each.

The data set contains 2483 records and 356 variables.

Topics included in the questionnaires are: democracy, identity, public services-education,health status, HIV/AIDS, health behaviour,moral issues, crime, voting, demographics and other classificatory variables, nature of families and family authority.

Rotating modules are: health status, HIV/AIDS and health behaviour, communication, International Social Surveys Programme (ISSP) module: national identity, democracy part 2, poverty, generational and gender attitudes and domestic violence, interpersonal violence.

South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) 2012: Questionnaire 3 - All provinces

Topics covered in the questionnaire are: family and changing gender roles (ISSP module); perception of poverty and inequality; necessities for children; family cohesion; community perception and involvement; views of marriage and relationships; views on children and parenting; respondent relationship with partner; voting and party preference; respondent characteristics, household characteristics.

The data set for dissemination contains 2547 cases and 535 variables.

Subsequent to the dissemination of version 1 of this data set an embargo was imposed on the data. Incorrect codes for Q16, Q62, Q154d, Q155c, Q261, Q266a, Q266c, Q266d were edited and 7 redundant variables were deleted from the data file. A new data set is disseminated as version 2.

Subsequent to the dissemination of version 2 of this data set it was discovered that an error had occurred during the merging of the weighting variable into the data file. The weight variable as well as province and geographic location (geotype) were updated with the correct information. The "Dignity, poverty and social grants" module from questionnaire three were deleted from the data set owing to owner's permission. A new data set is disseminated as version 3.