DCW2M Data Dictionary

No. Research domain Subdomain Questionnaire number Question Variable name Format name Formatted data values Value labels Variable type Notes
1       Mother ID at 16 month interview (Linkable to other datasets) IDN_M16M   .   Identification key Randomly generated mother ID at 24 month interview. Allows linking to other datasets
 
2 Health & Well-being Pregnancy P1 Were you diagnosed with diabetes by your doctor, midwife, or other lead maternity carer (Thinking about the last 14 weeks of your pregnancy)? P1_M16M P1_16M 1 Yes Categorised 18 'Not Birth Mother' cases grouped with 'Don't know'
              2 No    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
3     P1a How was this diabetes treated: Diet? NP1A_1_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
4       How was this diabetes treated: Tablets? NP1A_2_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
5       How was this diabetes treated: Insulin injections? NP1A_3_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
6       How was this diabetes treated: Not treated? NP1A_4_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
7       Do you still have diabetes? P1B_M16M YN2_16M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
8     P2 Were you diagnosed with high blood pressure by your doctor, midwife, or other lead maternity carer (During last 14 weeks of your pregnancy)?" P2_M16M YN2_16M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
9     P2a How was this treated: Medication? NP2A_1_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
10       How was this treated: Hospitalisation? NP2A_2_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
11       How was this treated: Induced delivery? NP2A_3_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
12       How was this treated: Not treated? NP2A_4_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
13       Do you still have high blood pressure? P2B_M16M YN2_16M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
14     P3 Were you diagnosed with Pre-eclampsia or toxaemia by your doctor, midwife other LMC (anytime in your pregnancy)? P3_M16M YN2_16M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
15     P3a How was this treated: Medication? NP3A_1_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
16       How was this treated: Hospitalisation? NP3A_2_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
17       How was this treated: Induced delivery? NP3A_3_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
18       How was this treated: Not treated? NP3A_4_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
19     P4 How important was it to you to find out the sex of your Child/Children before they were born? P4_M16M P416M 1 Very important Raw  
              2 Quite important    
              3 A little important    
              4 Not at all important    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
20     P4a Did you find out whether you were having a boy or a girl before child/children were born? P4A_M16M YN2_16M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
21   Birth B1 When you went into labour with Child, did you got into labour on your own, or was your labour induced or brought on? B1_M16M B1Q16M 1 On your own Raw  
              2 Induced    
              3 Both    
              4 Did not go into labour    
              98 Refused to Answer    
              99 Don't Know    
 
22     B1a Why this labour was induced: Overdue? NB1A_1_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
23       Why this labour was induced: Failure to progress? NB1A_2_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
24       Why this labour was induced: Maternal conditions (e.g. diabetes)? NB1A_3_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
25       Why this labour was induced: Fetal conditions (e.g. size, not enough liquor)? NB1A_4_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
26       Why this labour was induced: Other? NB1A_97_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
27     B2 What type of delivery was Child's birth? B2_M16M B2Q16M 1 Normal Raw  
              2 Breech    
              3 Planned Caesarean    
              4 Emergency or unplanned Caesarean    
              5 Vacuum extraction (Ventouse)    
              6 Forceps    
              7 Other (please specify)    
              98 Refused to Answer    
              99 Don't Know    
 
28     B3 Why the Caesarean (planned) was performed: Prior caesarean ? NB3_1_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
29       Why the Caesarean (planned) was performed: Convenience or preferred timing? NB3_2_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
30       Why the Caesarean (planned) was performed: Hypertension or high blood pressure? NB3_3_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
31       Why the Caesarean (planned) was performed: Pre-eclampsia? NB3_4_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
32       Why the Caesarean (planned) was performed: Placenta previa? NB3_5_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
33       Why the Caesarean (planned) was performed: Placental bleeding? NB3_6_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
34       Why the Caesarean (planned) was performed: Overly large baby? NB3_7_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
35       Why the Caesarean (planned) was performed: Multiple pregnancy? NB3_8_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
36       Why the Caesarean (planned) was performed: Foetal risk (distress, size)? NB3_10_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
37       Why the Caesarean (planned) was performed: Presentation or lie (breech, transverse)? NB3_11_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
38       Why the Caesarean (planned) was performed: Maternal diabetes? NB3_12_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
39       Why the Caesarean (planned) was performed: Other maternal health concern ? NB3_13_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
40       Why the Caesarean (planned) was performed: Complications with previous pregnancy/delivery? NB3_14_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
41       Why the Caesarean (planned) was performed: Other? NB3_97_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
42     B4 Why the Caesarean (Emergency or unplanned) was performed: Failure to progress? NB4_1_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
43       Why the Caesarean (Emergency or unplanned) was performed: Fetal distress? NB4_2_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
44       Why the Caesarean (Emergency or unplanned) was performed: Hypertension or high blood pressure? NB4_3_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
45       Why the Caesarean (Emergency or unplanned) was performed: Placenta previa? NB4_4_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
46       Why the Caesarean (Emergency or unplanned) was performed: Placental bleeding? NB4_5_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
47       Why the Caesarean (Emergency or unplanned) was performed: Overly large baby? NB4_6_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
48       Why the Caesarean (Emergency or unplanned) was performed: Abnormal presentation (e.g. breech or other abnormal lie)? NB4_7_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
49       Why the Caesarean (Emergency or unplanned) was performed: Other? NB4_97_M16M YN16M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
50 Family & Whanau Siblings S1 Does your Child have any brothers and sisters? S1_M16M YN2_16M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
51     S2 How many brothers and/or sisters does your Child have? S2_M16M S2Q16M 1 Number of Siblings Raw  
              98 Refused to Answer    
              99 Don't Know    
 
52       Number of siblings S2_S2SIBLINGS_M16M S2QNO16M 11 11 or more Categorised There was one case with 14 siblings. Upper extremes categorised. Individual sibling level information only provided for first 11 siblings
 
53       Sibling Gender-1 SIB1GENDER_M16M GEND16M 1 Male Raw  
              2 Female    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
54       Sibling Gender-2 SIB2GENDER_M16M GEND16M 1 Male Raw  
              2 Female    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
55       Sibling Gender-3 SIB3GENDER_M16M GEND16M 1 Male Raw  
              2 Female    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
56       Sibling Gender-4 SIB4GENDER_M16M GEND16M 1 Male Raw  
              2 Female    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
57       Sibling Gender-5 SIB5GENDER_M16M GEND16M 1 Male Raw  
              2 Female    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
58       Sibling Gender-6 SIB6GENDER_M16M GEND16M 1 Male Raw  
              2 Female    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
59       Sibling Gender-7 SIB7GENDER_M16M GEND16M 1 Male Raw  
              2 Female    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
60       Sibling Gender-8 SIB8GENDER_M16M GEND16M 1 Male Raw  
              2 Female    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
61       Sibling Gender-9 SIB9GENDER_M16M GEND16M 1 Male Raw  
              2 Female    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
62       Sibling Gender-10 SIB10GENDER_M16M GEND16M 1 Male Raw  
              2 Female    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
63       Sibling Gender-11 SIB11GENDER_M16M GEND16M 1 Male Raw  
              2 Female    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
64       Sibling Gender-12     .     Individual sibling level information only provided for first 11 siblings
 
65       Sibling Gender-13     .     Individual sibling level information only provided for first 11 siblings
 
66       Sibling Gender-14     .     Individual sibling level information only provided for first 11 siblings
 
67       Sibling Year of Birth-1 SIB1YEAROFBIRTH_M16M   .   Raw  
 
68       Sibling Year of Birth-2 SIB2YEAROFBIRTH_M16M   .   Raw  
 
69       Sibling Year of Birth-3 SIB3YEAROFBIRTH_M16M   .   Raw  
 
70       Sibling Year of Birth-4 SIB4YEAROFBIRTH_M16M   .   Raw  
 
71       Sibling Year of Birth-5 SIB5YEAROFBIRTH_M16M   .   Raw  
 
72       Sibling Year of Birth-6 SIB6YEAROFBIRTH_M16M   .   Raw  
 
73       Sibling Year of Birth-7 SIB7YEAROFBIRTH_M16M   .   Raw  
 
74       Sibling Year of Birth-8 SIB8YEAROFBIRTH_M16M   .   Raw  
 
75       Sibling Year of Birth-9 SIB9YEAROFBIRTH_M16M   .   Raw  
 
76       Sibling Year of Birth-10 SIB10YEAROFBIRTH_M16M   .   Raw  
 
77       Sibling Year of Birth-11 SIB11YEAROFBIRTH_M16M   .   Raw  
 
78       Sibling Year of Birth-12     .     Individual sibling level information only provided for first 11 siblings
 
79       Sibling Year of Birth-13     .     Individual sibling level information only provided for first 11 siblings
 
80       Sibling Year of Birth-14     .     Individual sibling level information only provided for first 11 siblings
 
81       Sibling relationship to the Child-1 SIB1REL_M16M RELSI16M 1 Full biological brother/sister Raw  
              2 Half biological brother/sister    
              3 Adopted brother/sister    
              4 Whangai–type arrangement brother/sister    
              5 Step-brother/sister    
              6 Other    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
82       Sibling relationship to the Child-2 SIB2REL_M16M RELSI16M 1 Full biological brother/sister Raw  
              2 Half biological brother/sister    
              3 Adopted brother/sister    
              4 Whangai–type arrangement brother/sister    
              5 Step-brother/sister    
              6 Other    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
83       Sibling relationship to the Child-3 SIB3REL_M16M RELSI16M 1 Full biological brother/sister Raw  
              2 Half biological brother/sister    
              3 Adopted brother/sister    
              4 Whangai–type arrangement brother/sister    
              5 Step-brother/sister    
              6 Other    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
84       Sibling relationship to the Child-4 SIB4REL_M16M RELSI16M 1 Full biological brother/sister Raw  
              2 Half biological brother/sister    
              3 Adopted brother/sister    
              4 Whangai–type arrangement brother/sister    
              5 Step-brother/sister    
              6 Other    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
85       Sibling relationship to the Child-5 SIB5REL_M16M RELSI16M 1 Full biological brother/sister Raw  
              2 Half biological brother/sister    
              3 Adopted brother/sister    
              4 Whangai–type arrangement brother/sister    
              5 Step-brother/sister    
              6 Other    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
86       Sibling relationship to the Child-6 SIB6REL_M16M RELSI16M 1 Full biological brother/sister Raw  
              2 Half biological brother/sister    
              3 Adopted brother/sister    
              4 Whangai–type arrangement brother/sister    
              5 Step-brother/sister    
              6 Other    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
87       Sibling relationship to the Child-7 SIB7REL_M16M RELSI16M 1 Full biological brother/sister Raw  
              2 Half biological brother/sister    
              3 Adopted brother/sister    
              4 Whangai–type arrangement brother/sister    
              5 Step-brother/sister    
              6 Other    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
88       Sibling relationship to the Child-8 SIB8REL_M16M RELSI16M 1 Full biological brother/sister Raw  
              2 Half biological brother/sister    
              3 Adopted brother/sister    
              4 Whangai–type arrangement brother/sister    
              5 Step-brother/sister    
              6 Other    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
89       Sibling relationship to the Child-9 SIB9REL_M16M RELSI16M 1 Full biological brother/sister Raw  
              2 Half biological brother/sister    
              3 Adopted brother/sister    
              4 Whangai–type arrangement brother/sister    
              5 Step-brother/sister    
              6 Other    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
90       Sibling relationship to the Child-10 SIB10REL_M16M RELSI16M 1 Full biological brother/sister Raw  
              2 Half biological brother/sister    
              3 Adopted brother/sister    
              4 Whangai–type arrangement brother/sister    
              5 Step-brother/sister    
              6 Other    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
91       Sibling relationship to the Child-11 SIB11REL_M16M RELSI16M 1 Full biological brother/sister Raw  
              2 Half biological brother/sister    
              3 Adopted brother/sister    
              4 Whangai–type arrangement brother/sister    
              5 Step-brother/sister    
              6 Other    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
92       Sibling relationship to the Child-12     .     Individual sibling level information only provided for first 11 siblings
 
93       Sibling relationship to the Child-13     .     Individual sibling level information only provided for first 11 siblings
 
94       Sibling relationship to the Child-14     .     Individual sibling level information only provided for first 11 siblings
 
95       Sibling lives in the same house-1 SIB1LIVEATHOME_M16M LIVES16M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
96       Sibling lives in the same house-2 SIB2LIVEATHOME_M16M LIVES16M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
97       Sibling lives in the same house-3 SIB3LIVEATHOME_M16M LIVES16M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
98       Sibling lives in the same house-4 SIB4LIVEATHOME_M16M LIVES16M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
99       Sibling lives in the same house-5 SIB5LIVEATHOME_M16M LIVES16M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
100       Sibling lives in the same house-6 SIB6LIVEATHOME_M16M LIVES16M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
101       Sibling lives in the same house-7 SIB7LIVEATHOME_M16M LIVES16M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
102       Sibling lives in the same house-8 SIB8LIVEATHOME_M16M LIVES16M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
103       Sibling lives in the same house-9 SIB9LIVEATHOME_M16M LIVES16M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
104       Sibling lives in the same house-10 SIB10LIVEATHOME_M16M LIVES16M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
105       Sibling lives in the same house-11 SIB11LIVEATHOME_M16M LIVES16M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
106       Sibling lives in the same house-12     .     Individual sibling level information only provided for first 11 siblings
 
107       Sibling lives in the same house-13     .     Individual sibling level information only provided for first 11 siblings
 
108       Sibling lives in the same house-14     .     Individual sibling level information only provided for first 11 siblings
 
109       Sibling frequency to see participant-1 SIB1S3F_M16M S2FRQ16M 1 Every day Raw  
              2 A few times a week    
              3 Once a week    
              4 Once every two or three weeks    
              5 Once a month    
              6 Once every two months    
              7 Once every three or four months    
              8 Once or twice a year    
              9 Less than once a year    
              10 Never    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't Know    
 
110       Sibling frequency to see participant-2 SIB2S3F_M16M S2FRQ16M. .   Raw  
 
111       Sibling frequency to see participant-3 SIB3S3F_M16M S2FRQ16M. .   Raw  
 
112       Sibling frequency to see participant-4 SIB4S3F_M16M S2FRQ16M. .   Raw  
 
113       Sibling frequency to see participant-5 SIB5S3F_M16M S2FRQ16M. .   Raw  
 
114       Sibling frequency to see participant-6 SIB6S3F_M16M S2FRQ16M. .   Raw  
 
115       Sibling frequency to see participant-7 SIB7S3F_M16M S2FRQ16M. .   Raw  
 
116       Sibling frequency to see participant-8 SIB8S3F_M16M S2FRQ16M. .   Raw  
 
117       Sibling frequency to see participant-9 SIB9S3F_M16M S2FRQ16M. .   Raw  
 
118       Sibling frequency to see participant-10 SIB10S3F_M16M S2FRQ16M. .   Raw  
 
119       Sibling frequency to see participant-11 SIB11S3F_M16M S2FRQ16M. .   Raw  
 
120       Sibling frequency to see participant-12     .     Individual sibling level information only provided for first 11 siblings
 
121       Sibling frequency to see participant-13     .     Individual sibling level information only provided for first 11 siblings
 
122       Sibling frequency to see participant-14     .     Individual sibling level information only provided for first 11 siblings
 
123       Mother ID at 23 month interview (Linkable to other datasets) IDN_M23M   .   Identification key Randomly generated mother ID at 24 month interview. Allows linking to other datasets
 
124 Societal context Your house M5 Have you moved house since your CHILD/CHILDREN was 9 months old? NE19A_M23M YN2_23M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
125       Number of moves: Have you moved house since your CHILD/CHILDREN was 9 months old? NE19A_NUMBEROFMOVES_M23M NE19A23M 5 5 or more Categorised Upper extremes categorised
 
126     M6 Do you, or anyone else who lives there, own or partly own the house/flat you live in (with or without a mortgage)? HH6_M23M YN2_23M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
127     M7 If nobody who lives here owns the house/flat you live in, who owns it? HH7_M23M HH7_23M 1 Private Person, Trust, Or Business Raw  
              2 Family Trust    
              3 Local Authority/City Council    
              4 Housing New Zealand    
              5 Other State-Owned    
              98 Refused to Answer    
              99 Don't Know    
 
128     M8 Do you, or anyone else who lives with you, pay rent to an owner or to an agent for this house/flat you live in? HH8_M23M YN2_23M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
129     M9 Do you, or anyone else who lives with you, make mortgage payments for the house/flat you live in? HH9_M23M YN2_23M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
130     M10 How many bedrooms are there in the house you live in? HH10_M23M YN2_23M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
131       Number of bedrooms: How many bedrooms are there in the house you live in? HH10_NUMBEROFBEDROOMS_M23M HH10_23M 1 1 or none Categorised Combined two cases who reported zero number for bedroom with one bedroom group. Lower and upper extremes categorised
              8 8 or more    
 
132       Household Structure HHST_M23M HHST_23M 1 Parent alone Derived Derived based on participants' family information
              2 Two parents    
              3 Parent(s) with extended family    
              4 Parent(s) living with non-kin (and extended family if applicable)    
 
133     M11 What is the main source of your drinking water? W1_M23M W1_23M 1 Mains Supply - Connected To Reticulated Water/Town Supply Raw  
              2 Bore Or Well    
              3 Roof    
              4 Stream, River, Lake - Surface Water    
              5 Spring-water that flows out of the ground    
              6 Tanker    
              7 Bottled    
              97 Other    
              98 Refused to Answer    
              99 Don't Know    
 
134     M12 Is your drinking water always treated? W2_M23M YN2_23M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
135     M13 Can you please tell me how you treat your drinking water: Boiled? NW3_1_M23M YN23M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
136       Can you please tell me how you treat your drinking water: Distilled? NW3_2_M23M YN23M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
137       Can you please tell me how you treat your drinking water: Filtered? NW3_3_M23M YN23M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
138       Can you please tell me how you treat your drinking water: Chlorinated? NW3_4_M23M YN23M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
139       Can you please tell me how you treat your drinking water: Ozone? NW3_5_M23M YN23M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
140       Can you please tell me how you treat your drinking water: UV? NW3_6_M23M YN23M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
141       Can you please tell me how you treat your drinking water: Other? NW3_97_M23M YN23M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
142     M14 Do you add fluoride to the water your child drinks? W4_M23M YN2_23M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
143   Transport M15 Could you please tell me all the forms of transport you’ve used regularly in the last 7 days: Private Car? NTR3A_1_M23M YN23M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
144       Could you please tell me all the forms of transport you’ve used regularly in the last 7 days: Company Car? NTR3A_2_M23M YN23M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
145       Could you please tell me all the forms of transport you’ve used regularly in the last 7 days: Lifts From Family And Friends? NTR3A_3_M23M YN23M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
146       Could you please tell me all the forms of transport you’ve used regularly in the last 7 days: Motorcycle/Scooter? NTR3A_4_M23M YN23M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
147       Could you please tell me all the forms of transport you’ve used regularly in the last 7 days: Public Transport? NTR3A_5_M23M YN23M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
148       Could you please tell me all the forms of transport you’ve used regularly in the last 7 days: Cycle? NTR3A_6_M23M YN23M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
149       Could you please tell me all the forms of transport you’ve used regularly in the last 7 days: Walk? NTR3A_7_M23M YN23M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
150       Could you please tell me all the forms of transport you’ve used regularly in the last 7 days: Taxi? NTR3A_8_M23M YN23M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
151       Could you please tell me all the forms of transport you’ve used regularly in the last 7 days: Other? NTR3A_97_M23M YN23M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
152     M16 Could you please tell me the main form of transport that you use? TR3B_M23M TR3B_23M 1 Private Car Raw  
              2 Company Car    
              3 Lifts From Family And Friends    
              4 Motorcycle/Scooter    
              5 Public Transport    
              6 Cycle    
              7 Walk    
              8 Taxi    
              97 Other    
              98 Refused to Answer    
              99 Don't Know    
 
153     M17 Thinking about how fast you walk compared to most other people, would you say your normal walking speed is? ACT13_M23M ACT_23M 1 A Lot Slower Than Most Other People Raw  
              2 A Bit Slower Than Most Other People    
              3 The Same Speed As Most Other People    
              4 A Bit Faster Than Most Other People    
              5 A Lot Faster Than Most Other People    
              96 Not Applicable    
              98 Refused to Answer    
              99 Don't Know    
 
154       Mother ID at 24 month interview (Linkable to other datasets) IDN_Y2M   .   Identification key Randomly generated mother ID at 24 month interview. Allows linking to other datasets
 
155       Age (years) of mother at 24 month interview AGE_Y2M AGEY2M 18 <=18 Derived Values derived from interview date (Interview_Date_Y2M) and date of birth(BG1A_AM) and converted to years. Lower and upper extremes categorised
              47 >=47    
 
156       Do you have a current partner? PQ5_Y2M YNN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              88 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
157 Psychological & Cognitive development Time spent with your child M3 I say nice things about my [child/children] TS1_Y2M TSY2M 1 Almost Always True Raw For M3-M14, please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
158     M4 I take an active interest in my [child/children] TS2_Y2M TSY2M 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
159     M5 I am interested in the things my [child does/children do] TS3_Y2M TSY2M 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
160     M6 I praise my [child/children] when [he/she] deserves it TS4_Y2M TSY2M 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
161     M7 I enjoy having my [child/children] around me TS5_Y2M TSY2M 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
162     M8 I tell my [child/children] how proud I am of [him/her/them] when [he/she/they] are good TS6_Y2M TSY2M 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
163     M9 I make my [child/children] feel proud when [he/she does/they do] well TS7_Y2M TSY2M 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
164     M10 I talk to my [child/children] in a warm and affectionate way TS8_Y2M TSY2M 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
165     M11 I make my [child/children] feel what [he/she does /they do] is important TS9_Y2M TSY2M 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
166     M12 I pay a lot of attention to my [child/children] TS10_Y2M TSY2M 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
167     M13 I try to make my [child/children] happy TS11_Y2M TSY2M 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
168     M14 I like to spend time with my [child/children] TS12_Y2M TSY2M 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
169 Education Parent-child interaction questions M16 How often does [your child/do your children] play with musical instruments, either toy or real versions? PC0_Y2M PCY2M 1 Seldom Or Never Raw For M16-M18, please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Once A Week    
              3 Several Times A Week    
              4 Once A Day    
              5 Several Times A Day    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
170     M17 How often do you tell stories with your [child/children] (do not include reading books)? PC4_Y2M PCY2M 1 Seldom Or Never Raw  
              2 Once A Week    
              3 Several Times A Week    
              4 Once A Day    
              5 Several Times A Day    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
171     M18 How often do you read books with your [child/children]? PC5_Y2M PCY2M 1 Seldom Or Never Raw  
              2 Once A Week    
              3 Several Times A Week    
              4 Once A Day    
              5 Several Times A Day    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
172 Culture & Identity Parental identity M20 How important is this as a sense of who you are: your occupation IMP1_Y2M IMPY2M 1 Important Raw  
              2 Not Very Important    
              3 Not At All Important    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
173     M21 How important is this as a sense of who you are: your ethnicity IMP2_Y2M IMPY2M 1 Important Raw  
              2 Not Very Important    
              3 Not At All Important    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
174     M22 How important is this as a sense of who you are: your religious or spiritual beliefs IMP3_Y2M IMPY2M 1 Important Raw  
              2 Not Very Important    
              3 Not At All Important    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
175     M23 How important is this as a sense of who you are: your political beliefs IMP4_Y2M IMPY2M 1 Important Raw  
              2 Not Very Important    
              3 Not At All Important    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
176     M24 How important is this as a sense of who you are: being a parent IMP5_Y2M IMPY2M 1 Important Raw  
              2 Not Very Important    
              3 Not At All Important    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
177     M25 How important is this as a sense of who you are: where you or your family come from IMP6_Y2M IMPY2M 1 Important Raw  
              2 Not Very Important    
              3 Not At All Important    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
178     M26 How important is this as a sense of who you are: your marital or partnership status IMP7_Y2M IMPY2M 1 Important Raw  
              2 Not Very Important    
              3 Not At All Important    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
179     M27 How important is this as a sense of who you are: your gender IMP8_Y2M IMPY2M 1 Important Raw  
              2 Not Very Important    
              3 Not At All Important    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
180     M28 How important is this as a sense of who you are: your age and life stage IMP9_Y2M IMPY2M 1 Important Raw  
              2 Not Very Important    
              3 Not At All Important    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
181     M29 How important is this as a sense of who you are: your level of education IMP10_Y2M IMPY2M 1 Important Raw  
              2 Not Very Important    
              3 Not At All Important    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
182     M31 We would like to know how you feel about being a parent. Overall, do you feel that as a parent you are: INV6_Y2M INV6Y2M 1 Not Very Good At Being A Parent Raw  
              2 A Person Who Has Some Trouble Being A Parent    
              3 An Average Parent    
              4 A Better Than Average Parent    
              5 A Very Good Parent    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
183 Psychological & Cognitive development Parental enjoyment M33 When I engage in caring for [child/children], the main reason is to help my partner PID4_Y2M PIDQY2M 1 Strongly Disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Neither Agree Or Disagree    
              4 Agree    
              5 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
184     M34 On the whole, I enjoy being a parent PID5_Y2M PIDQY2M 1 Strongly Disagree Raw Please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Disagree    
              3 Neither Agree Or Disagree    
              4 Agree    
              5 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
185     M35 On the whole, I think I parent in a similar way to how I was parented PID6_Y2M PIDQY2M 1 Strongly Disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Neither Agree Or Disagree    
              4 Agree    
              5 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
186     M36 Being a parent is very satisfying PID7_Y2M PIDQY2M 1 Strongly Disagree Raw Please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Disagree    
              3 Neither Agree Or Disagree    
              4 Agree    
              5 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
187     M37 On the whole, my child is/children are easy to parent PID8_Y2M PIDQY2M 1 Strongly Disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Neither Agree Or Disagree    
              4 Agree    
              5 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
188     M38 On the whole, it’s good to be a parent PID9_Y2M PIDQY2M 1 Strongly Disagree Raw Please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Disagree    
              3 Neither Agree Or Disagree    
              4 Agree    
              5 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
189 Societal context Technology use M40 How many TVs do you have in regular use in your home? TV1_Y2M TV1QY2M 0 None Raw  
              1 One    
              2 Two    
              3 Three    
              4 Four    
              5 Five Or More    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
190     M42 Are there rules about what TV programmes your [child/children] can watch? TUR1_Y2M YNN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              88 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
191     M43 Are there rules about how many hours of TV, videos, and DVDs your [child/children] can watch? TUR2_Y2M YNN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              88 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
192     M44 Are there rules about when your [child/children] watches TV? TUR3_Y2M YNN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              88 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
193     M45 How often do you make sure your [child/children] follows the rules about TV use? TUR4_Y2M TURY2M 1 All Of The Time Raw  
              2 Most Of The Time    
              3 About Half The Time    
              4 Less Than Half The Time    
              5 Never    
              88 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
194     M46 When your [child is/children are] watching TV, DVDs or videos, how often is an adult watching with [him/her/them]? TUR5_Y2M TURY2M 1 All Of The Time Raw  
              2 Most Of The Time    
              3 About Half The Time    
              4 Less Than Half The Time    
              5 Never    
              88 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
195 Health & Well-being Healthcare services M48 With regard to your [child’s/children’s] health care, which of these statements best describes your situation? NHC1_Y2M HC1Y2M 1 I Have A Single Doctor Who I See For Most Of My [Child/Children's] Doctor Visits Raw  
              2 I See One Of Several Doctors In The Same Practice    
              3 I See One Of Several GPs In Different Practices    
              4 I Take My [Child/Children] To A Hospital Emergency Department    
              5 I Usually Use The Afterhours Doctors Or Services    
              6 I Have Not Had To Take My [Child/Children] To A Doctor    
              97 Other    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
196     M49 Is this the same health practitioner or service that you usually go to first when you are feeling unwell? HC3_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
197     M50 What is the main reason you have never had a GP or GP practice for your [child/children]? NHC8_Y2M HC8Y2M 1 Too Far Away Raw  
              2 Unable To Get There    
              3 We Changed Address    
              4 Unhappy With Previous Treatment    
              5 Too Expensive    
              6 Don’T Know Of Any Doctors/Doctors Practices    
              7 Didn’T Think I Needed One    
              8 Worried About Language Barriers    
              9 Felt Discriminated Against    
              97 Other    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
198     M51 Is this the same GP or GP practice that you were using when your [child/children] was nine months old? HC9_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
199     M52 How many times have you changed GP or GP practice since your [child/children] was nine months old? HC10_Y2M HC10Y2M 1 None Raw  
              2 1 Time    
              3 2 Times    
              4 3+ Times    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
200     M53 How long have you taken your [child/children] to this GP or GP practice? HC11_Y2M HC11Y2M 1 Years Raw  
              2 Months    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
201       Number of years: taken your [child/children] to this GP or GP practice HC11_YEARS_Y2M   .   Raw  
 
202       Number of months: taken your [child/children] to this GP or GP practice HC11_MONTHS_Y2M   .   Raw  
 
203     M54 What is the main reason you have changed the GP or GP practice you take your [child/children] to? NHC12_Y2M HC12Y2M 1 Too Far Away Raw  
              2 Unable To Get There    
              3 We Changed Address    
              4 Unhappy With Previous Treatment    
              5 Too Expensive    
              9 Doctor Left Practice/Retired    
              97 Other    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
204     M57 All things considered, how satisfied are you with your [child/children]’s usual GP practice? HC5_Y2M HC5Y2M 1 Completely Dissatisfied Raw  
              2 Very Dissatisfied    
              3 Fairly Dissatisfied    
              4 Neither Satisfied Nor Dissatisfied    
              5 Fairly Satisfied    
              6 Very Satisfied    
              7 Completely Satisfied    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
205   Doctors charges M59 Does your doctor or usual healthcare provider charge you for: immunisations? DC1_Y2M YNN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              88 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
206     M60 Does your doctor or usual healthcare provider charge you for: well child checks? DC2_Y2M YNN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              88 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
207     M61 Does your doctor or usual healthcare provider charge you for: standard doctor visits? DC3_Y2M YNN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              88 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
208     M62 Does your doctor or usual healthcare provider charge you for: after hours appointments? DC4_Y2M YNN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              88 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
209     M63 Does your doctor or usual healthcare provider charge you for: home visits? DC5_Y2M YNN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              88 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
210     M64 Does your doctor or usual healthcare provider charge you for: writing a prescription? DC6_Y2M YNN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              88 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
211   Alternative practitioners M66 Since your [child was/children were] nine months old, [has he/she /have they] been seen by any complementary/alternative practitioners/traditional healer: none? NHC7_1_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
212       Since your [child was/children were] nine months old, [has he/she /have they] been seen by any complementary/alternative practitioners/traditional healer: acupuncturist? NHC7_2_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
213       Since your [child was/children were] nine months old, [has he/she /have they] been seen by any complementary/alternative practitioners/traditional healer: chiropractor? NHC7_3_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
214       Since your [child was/children were] nine months old, [has he/she /have they] been seen by any complementary/alternative practitioners/traditional healer: osteopath? NHC7_4_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
215       Since your [child was/children were] nine months old, [has he/she /have they] been seen by any complementary/alternative practitioners/traditional healer: massage therapist? NHC7_5_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
216       Since your [child was/children were] nine months old, [has he/she /have they] been seen by any complementary/alternative practitioners/traditional healer: homeopath? NHC7_6_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
217       Since your [child was/children were] nine months old, [has he/she /have they] been seen by any complementary/alternative practitioners/traditional healer: naturopath? NHC7_7_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
218       Since your [child was/children were] nine months old, [has he/she /have they] been seen by any complementary/alternative practitioners/traditional healer: spiritual healer? NHC7_8_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
219       Since your [child was/children were] nine months old, [has he/she /have they] been seen by any complementary/alternative practitioners/traditional healer: herbalist? NHC7_9_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
220       Since your [child was/children were] nine months old, [has he/she /have they] been seen by any complementary/alternative practitioners/traditional healer: traditional Chinese medicine practitioner? NHC7_10_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
221       Since your [child was/children were] nine months old, [has he/she /have they] been seen by any complementary/alternative practitioners/traditional healer: Maori healer? NHC7_11_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
222       Since your [child was/children were] nine months old, [has he/she /have they] been seen by any complementary/alternative practitioners/traditional healer: Pacific healer? NHC7_12_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
223       Since your [child was/children were] nine months old, [has he/she /have they] been seen by any complementary/alternative practitioners/traditional healer: Feldenkrais or Alexander technique practitioner? NHC7_13_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
224       Since your [child was/cfhildren were] nine months old, [has he/she /have they] been seen by any complementary/alternative practitioners/traditional healer: aromatherapist? NHC7_14_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
225       Since your [child was/children were] nine months old, [has he/she /have they] been seen by any complementary/alternative practitioners/traditional healer: colour therapist? NHC7_15_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
226       Since your [child was/children were] nine months old, [has he/she /have they] been seen by any complementary/alternative practitioners/traditional healer: other? NHC7_97_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
227   Safety M68 Are all medicines and poisonous materials, including cleaning products, locked or stored out of sight and reach of your [child/children]. SF1_Y2M SFY2M 1 Always Raw  
              2 Sometimes    
              3 Hardly Ever    
              4 Never    
              88 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
228     M69 Do you store matches and cigarette lighters out of reach of [child/children]? SF2_Y2M SFY2M 1 Always Raw  
              2 Sometimes    
              3 Hardly Ever    
              4 Never    
              88 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
229     M70 Are there locked doors or secure gates at stairs? SF4_Y2M SFY2M 1 Always Raw  
              2 Sometimes    
              3 Hardly Ever    
              4 Never    
              88 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
230     M71 When travelling in cars, how often [does your child/ do your children] use a car seat? SF5_Y2M SF5Y2M 1 Always Categorised Three 'Hardly Ever' cases grouped with 'Never'
              2 Sometimes    
              4 Hardly Ever/Never    
              88 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
231     M72 Are there working smoke alarms in your home? SF3_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
232     M73 Is the hot water adjusted to the temperature recommended when there is a child living in the house? SF6_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
233     M74 Do you know what to do if [child/children] drinks or eats something harmful or poisonous? SF7_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
234     M75 Are the outside areas where [child/children] plays fully fenced? SF9_Y2M YNN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              88 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
235     M76 Is the driveway fully fenced off, or separated from the areas where [child/children] plays? SF10_Y2M YNN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              88 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
236     M77 Are the electrical outlets in the house that [child/children] can reach covered? SF8_Y2M SF8Y2M 1 All Of Them Raw  
              2 Most Of Them    
              3 Some Of Them    
              4 None    
              88 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
237     M78 Where do you get most of your information about safety in relation to [child/children]? NSF11_Y2M SF11Y2M 1 Family/Whanau Raw  
              2 Friends    
              3 GP Doctor    
              4 Primary Care Nurse    
              5 Well Child Or 'Plunket' Book    
              6 Alternative Health Practitioner    
              7 Antenatal Class    
              8 The Internet    
              9 Radio    
              10 Television    
              11 Books, Magazines, Or Newspapers (Other Than Well Child Book)    
              12 Plunketline Or Plunket Nurse    
              16 Experience/Previous Child    
              17 Common Sense/General Knowledge    
              18 Training/Profession    
              97 Other    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
238   Smoking M80 SM4 SM4_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
239     M81 How many per day on average? SM5_Y2M SM5Y2M 1 Number Of Cigarettes Raw  
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
240       Number of cigarettes: per day SM5_NUMBEROFCIGARETTES_Y2M SM5NCY2M 25 25 or more Categorised Upper extremes categorised
 
241     M82 How many people who live in your household smoke cigarettes? SM10_Y2M SM10Y2M 1 Number Of People Raw  
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
242       Number of people: who live in your household smoke cigarettes SM10_NUMBEROFPEOPLE_Y2M SM10AY2M 6 6 or more Categorised Upper extremes categorised
 
243     M83 Does anyone currently regularly smoke in the same room as your [child/children]? SM11_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
244     M84 How often, anyone currently regularly smoke in the same room as your [child/children]? SM12_Y2M SM12Y2M 1 Rarely i.e. Less Than Once A Week Raw  
              2 Occasionally, Or A Few Times A Week    
              3 Often i.e. Almost Or Every Day Of The Week    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
245 Psychological & Cognitive development Personality M86 Statement that best describes you: is talkative BFI1_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw For M86-M129, please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
246     M87 Statement that best describes you: tends to find fault with others BFI2_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
247     M88 Statement that best describes you: does things carefully and completely BFI3_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
248     M89 Statement that best describes you: is depressed, down BFI4_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
249     M90 Statement that best describes you: is original, comes up with new ideas BFI5_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
250     M91 Statement that best describes you: is reserved; keeps thoughts and feelings to self BFI6_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
251     M92 Statement that best describes you: is helpful and unselfish with others BFI7_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
252     M93 Statement that best describes you: can be somewhat careless, does not pay attention to detail BFI8_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
253     M94 Statement that best describes you: is relaxed, handles stress well BFI9_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
254     M95 Statement that best describes you: is curious about many different things BFI10_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
255     M96 Statement that best describes you: is full of energy BFI11_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
256     M97 Statement that best describes you: starts quarrels, arguments with others BFI12_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
257     M98 Statement that best describes you: is a reliable worker BFI13_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
258     M99 Statement that best describes you: can be tense, anxious BFI14_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
259     M100 Statement that best describes you: is clever, thinks a lot BFI15_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
260     M101 Statement that best describes you: generates a lot of enthusiasm BFI16_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
261     M102 Statement that best describes you: has a forgiving nature BFI17_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
262     M103 Statement that best describes you: tends to be disorganized BFI18_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
263     M104 Statement that best describes you: worries a lot BFI19_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
264     M105 Statement that best describes you: has an active imagination BFI20_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
265     M106 Statement that best describes you: tends to be quiet BFI21_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
266     M107 Statement that best describes you: is generally trusting BFI22_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
267     M108 Statement that best describes you: tends to be lazy BFI23_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
268     M109 Statement that best describes you: doesn’t get easily upset, emotionally stable BFI24_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
269     M110 Statement that best describes you: is creative and inventive BFI25_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
270     M111 Statement that best describes you: takes charge, has an assertive personality BFI26_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
271     M112 Statement that best describes you: can be cold and distant with others BFI27_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
272     M113 Statement that best describes you: keeps working until things are done BFI28_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
273     M114 Statement that best describes you: can be moody BFI29_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
274     M115 Statement that best describes you: likes artistic and creative experiences BFI30_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
275     M116 Statement that best describes you: is sometimes shy, inhibited BFI31_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
276     M117 Statement that best describes you: is considerate and kind to almost everyone BFI32_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
277     M118 Statement that best describes you: does things efficiently (quickly and correctly) BFI33_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
278     M119 Statement that best describes you: stays calm in tense situations BFI34_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
279     M120 Statement that best describes you: likes work that is the same every time (routine) BFI35_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
280     M121 Statement that best describes you: is outgoing, sociable BFI36_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
281     M122 Statement that best describes you: is sometimes rude to others BFI37_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
282     M123 Statement that best describes you: makes plans and sticks to them BFI38_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
283     M124 Statement that best describes you: gets nervous easily BFI39_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
284     M125 Statement that best describes you: likes to think and play with ideas BFI40_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
285     M126 Statement that best describes you: doesn’t like artistic things (plays, music) BFI41_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
286     M127 Statement that best describes you: likes to cooperate; goes along with others BFI42_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
287     M128 Statement that best describes you: is easily distracted; has trouble paying attention BFI43_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
288     M129 Statement that best describes you: knows a lot about art, music, or books BFI44_Y2M BFIY2M 1 Disagree Strongly Raw  
              2 Disagree A Little    
              3 Neither Agree Nor Disagree    
              4 Agree A Little    
              5 Agree Strongly    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
289   Sources of stress M131 Thinking about the time since your [CHILD WAS/CHILDREN WERE] nine months old, to what extent are the following sources of stress for you and your family: worry about a disabled or ill family member (adult or child)? FS1_Y2M FSY2M 1 Not At All Stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat Stressful    
              3 Moderately Stressful    
              4 Highly Stressful    
              5 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
290     M132 Thinking about the time since your [CHILD WAS/CHILDREN WERE] nine months old, to what extent are the following sources of stress for you and your family: worry about current housing difficulties? FS2_Y2M FSY2M 1 Not At All Stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat Stressful    
              3 Moderately Stressful    
              4 Highly Stressful    
              5 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
291     M133 Thinking about the time since your [CHILD WAS/CHILDREN WERE] nine months old, to what extent are the following sources of stress for you and your family: worry about balancing work and family life? FS3_Y2M FSY2M 1 Not At All Stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat Stressful    
              3 Moderately Stressful    
              4 Highly Stressful    
              5 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
292     M134 Thinking about the time since your [CHILD WAS/CHILDREN WERE] nine months old, to what extent are the following sources of stress for you and your family: worry about money problems? FS4_Y2M FSY2M 1 Not At All Stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat Stressful    
              3 Moderately Stressful    
              4 Highly Stressful    
              5 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
293     M135 Thinking about the time since your [CHILD WAS/CHILDREN WERE] nine months old, to what extent are the following sources of stress for you and your family: worry about family members not getting on? FS5_Y2M FSY2M 1 Not At All Stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat Stressful    
              3 Moderately Stressful    
              4 Highly Stressful    
              5 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
294     M136 Thinking about the time since your [CHILD WAS/CHILDREN WERE] nine months old, to what extent are the following sources of stress for you and your family: worry about another child's behaviour? FS6_Y2M FSY2M 1 Not At All Stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat Stressful    
              3 Moderately Stressful    
              4 Highly Stressful    
              5 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
295     M137 Thinking about the time since your [CHILD WAS/CHILDREN WERE] nine months old, to what extent are the following sources of stress for you and your family: worry about being the parent of [this child/these children]? FS7_Y2M FSY2M 1 Not At All Stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat Stressful    
              3 Moderately Stressful    
              4 Highly Stressful    
              5 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
296     M138 Thinking about the time since your [CHILD WAS/CHILDREN WERE] nine months old, to what extent are the following sources of stress for you and your family: worry about who does household chores? FS8_Y2M FSY2M 1 Not At All Stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat Stressful    
              3 Moderately Stressful    
              4 Highly Stressful    
              5 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
297   You and your partner M140 During the PAST FOUR WEEKS how often did you let each other know you really care about each other? WH1_Y2M WH1Y2M 1 Never Raw For M140-M148, please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Almost Never    
              3 Not Very Often    
              4 Quite Often    
              5 Very Often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
298     M141 During the PAST FOUR WEEKS how often did you get angry with each other? WH2_Y2M WH1Y2M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost Never    
              3 Not Very Often    
              4 Quite Often    
              5 Very Often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
299     M142 During the PAST FOUR WEEKS how often did you dislike each other's ideas? WH3_Y2M WH1Y2M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost Never    
              3 Not Very Often    
              4 Quite Often    
              5 Very Often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
300     M143 During the PAST FOUR WEEKS how often did you shout at each other because you were upset with each other? WH4_Y2M WH1Y2M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost Never    
              3 Not Very Often    
              4 Quite Often    
              5 Very Often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
301     M144 During the PAST FOUR WEEKS how often did you act lovingly and affectionately towards each other? WH5_Y2M WH1Y2M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost Never    
              3 Not Very Often    
              4 Quite Often    
              5 Very Often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
302     M145 During the PAST FOUR WEEKS how often did you let each other know that you appreciate each other's ideas or the things you do? WH6_Y2M WH1Y2M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost Never    
              3 Not Very Often    
              4 Quite Often    
              5 Very Often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
303     M146 During the PAST FOUR WEEKS how often did you help the other do something that was important to her/him? WH7_Y2M WH1Y2M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost Never    
              3 Not Very Often    
              4 Quite Often    
              5 Very Often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
304     M147 During the PAST FOUR WEEKS how often did you argue with each other when you disagree about something? WH8_Y2M WH1Y2M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost Never    
              3 Not Very Often    
              4 Quite Often    
              5 Very Often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
305     M148 During the PAST FOUR WEEKS how often did you act supportively and understandingly towards each other? WH9_Y2M WH1Y2M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost Never    
              3 Not Very Often    
              4 Quite Often    
              5 Very Often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
306   Role sharing/involvement M165 To what extent are you involved in the day to day care of your [child/children], for example cooking, comforting, bathing? INV1_Y2M INVY2M 1 Not Much Of The Time Raw  
              2 Some Of The Time    
              3 Most Of The Time    
              4 All Of The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
307     M166 How involved is your partner in the day to day care of your [child/children]? INV2_Y2M INVY2M 1 Not Much Of The Time Raw  
              2 Some Of The Time    
              3 Most Of The Time    
              4 All Of The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
308     M167 How much of the time are you directly responsible for your [child/children], for example, in sole care of [him/her/them], making babysitting arrangements, looking after [him/her/them] if they are sick? INV3_Y2M INVY2M 1 Not Much Of The Time Raw  
              2 Some Of The Time    
              3 Most Of The Time    
              4 All Of The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
309     M168 How often is your partner directly responsible for your [child/children]? INV4_Y2M INVY2M 1 Not Much Of The Time Raw  
              2 Some Of The Time    
              3 Most Of The Time    
              4 All Of The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
310     M169 How much time a week do you personally spend on domestic tasks such as housework, home maintenance, shopping and cooking? RS1_Y2M RS1Y2M 1 0 Hours Raw  
              2 1-5 Hours    
              3 6-10 Hours    
              4 11-15 Hours    
              5 16-20 Hours    
              6 21-25 Hours    
              7 26-30 Hours    
              8 31-35 Hours    
              9 36-40 Hours    
              10 41-45 Hours    
              11 46-50 Hours    
              12 51+ Hours    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
311     M170 Thinking about how you and your partner look after the family and house, do you think that you do your fair share of the child rearing tasks, both physical and emotional care? RS2_Y2M RSY2M 1 Much Less Than My Fair Share Raw  
              2 Less Than My Fair Share    
              3 My Fair Share    
              4 More Than My Fair Share    
              5 Much More Than My Fair Share    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
312     M171 Do you think that you do your fair share of the domestic tasks such as housework, home maintenance, shopping, and cooking? RS3_Y2M RSY2M 1 Much Less Than My Fair Share Raw  
              2 Less Than My Fair Share    
              3 My Fair Share    
              4 More Than My Fair Share    
              5 Much More Than My Fair Share    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
313 Societal context Employment M173 Do you have a paid job at the current time? OC52_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw For M173-M183, please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
314     M174 Think about any current paid work you are doing. In that job, which of these are you? OC53_Y2M OC53Y2M 1 Paid Employee, Currently Working Raw  
              2 Paid Employee, Currently On Parental Leave    
              3 Self-Employed And Not Employing Others    
              4 Employer Of Other Persons In My Own Business    
              5 Working In A Family Business Or Family Farm    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
315     M175 Including overtime, how many hours a week do you usually work in all your jobs? OC5_Y2M OC5Y2M 1 Hours Raw  
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
316       Number of hours: including overtime, how many hours a week do you usually work in all your jobs OC5_HOURS_Y2M OC5HY2M 1 Less than 10 hours Categorised Numeric values were categorised
              2 10-14 hours    
              3 15-19 hours    
              4 20-24 hours    
              5 25-29 hours    
              6 30-34 hours    
              7 35-39 hours    
              8 40-44 hours    
              9 45-49 hours    
              10 50-54 hours    
              11 55-59 hours    
              12 60-64 hours    
              13 65-69 hours    
              14 70-74 hours    
              15 75-79 hours    
              16 80 or more hours    
 
317     M176 Do you usually work on weekends? OC48_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
318     M177 Which of these best describes your current work schedule in your (main) job? NOC49_Y2M OC49Y2M 1 A Regular Daytime Schedule Raw  
              2 A Regular Evening Shift    
              3 A Regular Night Shift    
              4 A Rotating Shift (Changes From Days To Evenings And Nights)    
              5 Split Shift (Two Distinct Periods Each Day)    
              6 On Call    
              7 Irregular Schedule    
              97 Other    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
319     M179 Do you have a job you will be starting within the next four weeks? OC14_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
320     M180 At any time in the last four weeks did you look for paid work? OC15_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
321     M181 In the last four weeks did you do any of the following to find work? OC16_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
322     M182 If a job had been available, could you have started last week? OC17_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
323     M183 What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: prefer to look after my own [child/children]? NOC18_1_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
324       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: too busy with family? NOC18_2_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
325       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: partner earns enough to support us? NOC18_3_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
326       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: no jobs available? NOC18_4_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
327       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: could not find a job that interests me? NOC18_5_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
328       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: could not find a job with enough flexibility? NOC18_6_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
329       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: cannot get suitable child care? NOC18_7_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
330       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: it's not worthwhile with child care costs? NOC18_8_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
331       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: will lose government benefits if I work? NOC18_9_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
332       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: I am studying? NOC18_10_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
333       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: new pregnancy/new baby? NOC18_14_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
334       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: health/disability of mother or child? NOC18_15_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
335       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: paid maternal/parental leave? NOC18_16_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
336       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: self employed? NOC18_17_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
337       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: other? NOC18_97_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
338   Income M185 What are all the ways that your household got income: wages, salary, commissions, bonuses, etc. paid by an employer? NFIN6_1_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw For M185-M186, please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
339       What are all the ways that your household got income: self-employment or business? NFIN6_2_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
340       What are all the ways that your household got income: interest, dividends, rent, other investments? NFIN6_3_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
341       What are all the ways that your household got income: regular payments from ACC or a private work accident insurer? NFIN6_4_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
342       What are all the ways that your household got income: NZ superannuation or veteran’s pension? NFIN6_5_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
343       What are all the ways that your household got income: other superannuation pensions, annuities (other than NZ superannuation, veteran’s pension or war pension)? NFIN6_6_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
344       What are all the ways that your household got income: unemployment benefit? NFIN6_7_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
345       What are all the ways that your household got income: sickness benefit? NFIN6_8_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
346       What are all the ways that your household got income: domestic purposes benefit? NFIN6_9_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
347       What are all the ways that your household got income: invalids benefit? NFIN6_10_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
348       What are all the ways that your household got income: student allowance (including scholarships or stipends)? NFIN6_11_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
349       What are all the ways that your household got income: other government benefits, government income support payments, or war pensions? NFIN6_12_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
350       What are all the ways that your household got income: paid parental leave? NFIN6_13_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
351       What are all the ways that your household got income: other sources of income, counting support payments from people who do not live in your household? NFIN6_14_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
352       What are all the ways that your household got income: child support payments? NFIN6_15_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
353       What are all the ways that your household got income: family tax credits (e.g. working for families)? NFIN6_16_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
354       What are all the ways that your household got income: no source of income during that time? NFIN6_17_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
355     M186 What was your household’s total income, before tax or anything else was taken out of it? FIN10_Y2M FIN10Y2M 1 Loss/Zero Income/$1-$5,000 ($1-$84 per week after tax) Categorised Combined 'Loss', 'Zero income' and '$1-$5,000' into one group
              2 $5,001-$10,000 ($84-$168 per week after tax)    
              3 $10,001-$15,000 ($168-$250 per week after tax)    
              4 $15,001-$20,000 ($250-$327 per week after tax)    
              5 $20,001-$25,000 ($327-$400 per week after tax)    
              6 $25,001-$30,000 ($400-$480 per week after tax)    
              7 $30,001-$40,000 ($480-$630 per week after tax)    
              8 $40,001-$50,000 ($630-$777 per week after tax)    
              9 $50,001-$70,000 ($777-$1000 per week after tax)    
              10 $70,001-$100,000 ($1000-$1400 per week after tax)    
              11 $100,001-$150,000 ($1400-$2000 per week after tax)    
              12 $150,001 Or More ($2000+ per week after tax)    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
356   Living standards M188 Generally, how would you rate your material standard of living? LS1_Y2M LS1Y2M 1 High Raw  
              2 Fairly High    
              3 Medium    
              4 Fairly Low    
              5 Low    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
357     M189 Generally, how satisfied are you with your current material standard of living? LS2_Y2M LS2Y2M 1 Very Satisfied Raw  
              2 Satisfied    
              3 Neither Satisfied Nor Dissatisfied    
              4 Dissatisfied    
              5 Very Dissatisfied    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
358     M190 How well does your (and your partner’s combined) total income meet your everyday needs? LS3_Y2M LS3Y2M 1 Not Enough Raw  
              2 Just Enough    
              3 Enough    
              4 More Than Enough    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
359 Education Child care arrangements M192 Over the past 1 month has [your child/have your children] been looked after at regular times during the week by anyone other than your partner? CC1_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
360     M193 What is the main reason your [child does/children do] not have any regular child care arrangements at present? NCC2_Y2M CC2Y2M 1 Child Does Not Need It Raw  
              2 No Spare Places/Waiting List    
              3 Transport Difficulties    
              4 No Care Available Locally    
              5 Care Not Available On Days/Times I Need It    
              6 Too Expensive    
              7 Concerned With Quality Of Care    
              8 Does Not Suit Our Cultural Or Ethnic Beliefs    
              9 Do Not Want [Child/Children] Cared For By Strangers    
              13 Too Young    
              14 Health Concerns    
              15 Mother Does Not Need/Want It    
              97 Other    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
361     M194 How many hours each week does [your child/do your children] spend in their main care arrangement? CC4_Y2M CC4QY2M 1 Hours Raw  
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
362       Number of hours: hours each week does [your child/do your children] spend in their main care arrangement CC4_HOURS_Y2M   .   Raw  
 
363     M195 What type of care does [your child/do your children] have for the most hours per week? NCC54_Y2M CC54Y2M 0 Kindergarten Categorised Four 'Church Crèche' cases and one 'Occasional Care' grouped into 'Other'
              1 Daycare Centre    
              2 An Organised Home-Base Care Programme Such As Barnardos Or Porse    
              3 Kohanga Reo    
              4 Pacific Islands Early Childhood Centre    
              5 Nanny    
              6 Grandparent    
              7 Other Relative    
              9 Gym, Leisure Or Community Centre    
              11 Other Person (Includes Friend Or Neighbour)    
              97 Other    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
364     M196 How long has [your child/have your children] been attending this arrangement? CC7_Y2M CC7Y2M 1 Months Raw  
              2 Weeks    
              3 Days    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
365       Number of months: [your child/have your children] been attending this arrangement CC7_MONTHS_Y2M   .   Raw  
 
366       Number of weeks: [your child/have your children] been attending this arrangement CC7_WEEKS_Y2M   .   Raw  
 
367       Number of days: [your child/have your children] been attending this arrangement CC7_DAYS_Y2M   .   Raw  
 
368     M197 Do you pay for this care arrangement? CC8_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
369     M198 On average, how much do you pay per week for this care arrangement CC8_1_Y2M CC8Y2M 1 Weekly Amount Raw  
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
370       Weekly amount: pay per week for this care arrangement CC8_1_WEEKLYAMOUNT_Y2M   .   Raw  
 
371     M199 Do you receive a childcare subsidy for this care arrangement? CC25_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
372     M200 How many children under two years of age are usually present in the same room when your child is/children are at this arrangement including [him/her/them] if they are under two? CC9_Y2M CC9Y2M 1 Number Children Under 2 Raw  
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
373       Number of children: under two years of age are usually present in the same room CC9_NUMBERUNDER_Y2M   .   Raw  
 
374     M201 How many children aged two years or over are usually present in the same room with your [child/children] when [he/she] is/they are] at this arrangement, including [him/her/them] if they aged two years? CC10_Y2M CC10Y2M 1 Number Children Over 2 Raw  
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
375       Number of children: aged two years or over are usually present in the same room CC10_NUMBEROVER_Y2M   .   Raw  
 
376     M202 How many adults are usually with your [child/children] when [he/she] is/they are] at this arrangement? CC11_Y2M CC11Y2M 1 Number Adults Raw  
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
377       Number of adults: are usually with your [child/children] when [he/she] is/they are] at this arrangement CC11_NUMBERADULTS_Y2M   .   Categorised Four cases of zero 'number of adults with children' grouped with 'DK' in CC11_Y2M
 
378     M203 Does [your child/do your children] have a primary carer at this arrangement? CC12_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
379     M204 How often has [your child's/have your children's] primary carer at this arrangement changed since [he/she was/they were] nine months old? CC13_Y2M CC13Y2M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Once    
              3 Twice    
              4 Three Times Or More    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
380     M205 How often do the carers at this arrangement report to you about your child's/children's day (e.g. sleeping, feeding or changing routines)? CC14_Y2M CC14Y2M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Once A Month    
              3 Once A Week    
              4 Several Times A Week    
              5 Daily    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
381     M206 How often do the carers at this arrangement talk with you about your child’s/children’s development (e.g. physical, social, or language)? CC15_Y2M CC15Y2M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Once A Month    
              3 Once A Week    
              4 Several Times A Week    
              5 Daily    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
382     M207 What languages do the caregivers in this arrangement speak to the children: English? NCC26_1_Y2M LAN1Y2M 1112 English Raw  
 
383       What languages do the caregivers in this arrangement speak to the children: Maori? NCC26_2_Y2M LAN2Y2M 16110 Maori Raw  
 
384       What languages do the caregivers in this arrangement speak to the children: Samoan? NCC26_3_Y2M LAN3Y2M 16111 Samoan Raw  
 
385       What languages do the caregivers in this arrangement speak to the children: Tongan? NCC26_4_Y2M LAN4Y2M 16112 Tongan Raw  
 
386       What languages do the caregivers in this arrangement speak to the children: Fijian? NCC26_5_Y2M LAN5Y2M 16119 Fijian Raw  
 
387       What languages do the caregivers in this arrangement speak to the children: Niuean? NCC26_6_Y2M LAN6Y2M 16114 Niuean Raw  
 
388       What languages do the caregivers in this arrangement speak to the children: Cook Islands Maori? NCC26_7_Y2M LAN7Y2M 16113 Cook Islands Maori Raw  
 
389       What languages do the caregivers in this arrangement speak to the children: Cantonese? NCC26_8_Y2M LAN8Y2M 13110 Cantonese Raw  
 
390       What languages do the caregivers in this arrangement speak to the children: Mandarin? NCC26_9_Y2M LAN9Y2M 13113 Mandarin Raw  
 
391       What languages do the caregivers in this arrangement speak to the children: Korean? NCC26_10_Y2M LAN10Y2M 21210 Korean Raw  
 
392       What languages do the caregivers in this arrangement speak to the children: Japanese? NCC26_11_Y2M LAN11Y2M 21110 Japanese Raw  
 
393       What languages do the caregivers in this arrangement speak to the children: Hindi? NCC26_12_Y2M LAN12Y2M 7110 Hindi Raw  
 
394       What languages do the caregivers in this arrangement speak to the children: Arabic? NCC26_13_Y2M LAN13Y2M 18211 Arabic Raw  
 
395       What languages do the caregivers in this arrangement speak to the children: NZ Sign Language? NCC26_14_Y2M LAN14Y2M 24110 NZ Sign Language Raw  
 
396       What languages do the caregivers in this arrangement speak to the children: other 1? NCC26S1_Y2M LANSNZ 1 Germanic Re-classified Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of languages
              2 Romance    
              3 Greek    
              4 Balto-Slavic    
              5 Albanian    
              6 Armenian    
              7 Indo-Aryan    
              8 Celtic    
              9 Iranian    
              10 Turko-Altaic    
              11 Uralic    
              12 Dravidian    
              13 Sino-Tibeto-Burman    
              14 Austroasiatic    
              15 Tai-Kadai    
              16 Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian    
              17 Western Malayo-Polynesian    
              18 Afro-Asiatic    
              19 Niger-Congo (Congo-Kordofanian)    
              20 Pidgins and Creoles    
              21 Language Isolates    
              22 Miscellaneous Language Groupings    
              23 Artificial Languages    
              24 Sign Language    
              44 Don't Know    
              55 Refused To Answer    
              66 None (eg too young to talk)    
              77 Response Unidentifiable    
              88 Response Outside Scope    
              99 Not Stated    
 
397       What languages do the caregivers in this arrangement speak to the children: other 2? NCC26S2_Y2M LANSNZL. .   Re-classified Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of languages
 
398       What languages do the caregivers in this arrangement speak to the children: other 3? NCC26S3_Y2M LANSNZL. .   Re-classified Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of languages
 
399     M208 How often do the carers at this arrangement organise small-group activities with the children (e.g. book-reading, art projects, music/dancing)? CC27_Y2M CC27Y2M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Once A Month    
              3 Once A Week    
              4 Several Times A Week    
              5 Daily    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
400     M209 How often do the carers at this arrangement organise trips or outings with the children (e.g. going to a park, playground, library, or museum)? CC28_Y2M CC28Y2M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Once Every Few Months    
              3 Once A Month    
              4 Once A Week    
              5 Several Times A Week    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
401     M210 In this arrangement, are there special areas dedicated to certain activities (e.g. an art table, block area, book-reading area, dress-up area outdoor play equipment)? CC29_Y2M CC29Y2M 1 No Raw  
              2 One Special Area    
              3 Two Special Areas    
              4 Three Special Areas    
              5 Four+ Special Areas    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
402     M211 How satisfied are you with this care arrangement? CC16_Y2M CC16Y2M 1 Very Dissatisfied Raw  
              2 Dissatisfied    
              3 Neither Satisfied Nor Dissatisfied    
              4 Satisfied    
              5 Very Satisfied    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
403     M213 What is the main reason your [child is/children are] in a regular child care arrangement at present? NCC18_Y2M CC18Y2M 1 Because Of Your Work Or Study Commitments. Raw  
              2 Because Of Your Leisure Or Community Activities    
              3 To Give You A Break Or Time Alone    
              4 So You Can Attend To Your Own, Partner's Or Relatives’ Health Needs    
              5 It Is Good For The [Child/Children]'s Social Development    
              6 It Is Good For The [Child/Children]'s Intellectual Or Language Development    
              7 Respite Care    
              8 To Mix With Other Children Of The Same Age    
              9 To Establish Relationships With Grandparents    
              10 Language Learning    
              97 Other    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
404     M214 [Is your child/are your children] currently on a waiting list for a different care arrangement? CC30_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
405     M215 In total, how many different regular child care arrangements have you used for your [child/children] since [he/she was/they were] nine months old, including any current arrangements you have already told me about? CC24_Y2M CC24Y2M 1 Total Number Raw  
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
406       Number of different regular child care arrangements: have you used for your [child/children] since [he/she]was/they were] nine months old CC24_NUMBER_Y2M CC24NY2M 5 5 or more Categorised Upper extremes categorised
 
407     M216 Do you intend to use the government's scheme for 20 hours of subsidised childcare at ages 3 and 4? CC31_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
408     M217 And looking at this showcard, could you tell me the main reason you won't be using the government's scheme? NCC32_Y2M CC32Y2M 1 Do Not Know About This Scheme Raw  
              2 Too Much Trouble To Figure Out How To Apply    
              3 My [Child's/Children's] Childcare Arrangement Does Not Qualify    
              4 The Time In Childcare Would Not Benefit My [Child/Children]    
              5 My [Child's/Children's] Childcare Has Chosen Not To Take Part In The Scheme    
              9 Living Overseas    
              10 Not Using Childcare    
              97 Other    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
409 Societal context Contact with organisations M219 Are you in contact with any whanau ora service at the present time in relation to [child/children]? CO1_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
410     M220 How old was [child/children] when you had contact with this whanau ora service in relation to [him/her/them]? CO2_Y2M CO2Y2M 1 Before [Child/Children]'s Birth Raw  
              2 Between Birth And Six Weeks Old    
              3 Between Six Weeks And Six Months    
              4 Between Six Months And One Year    
              5 Since [Child/Children] Was One Year Old    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
411     M221 Are you in contact with child, youth and family at the present time in relation to [child/children]? CO3_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
412     M222 How old was [child/children] when you had contact with child, youth and family in relation to [him/her/them]? CO4_Y2M CO4Y2M 1 Before [Child/Children]'s Birth Raw  
              2 Between Birth And Six Weeks Old    
              3 Between Six Weeks And Six Months    
              4 Between Six Months And One Year    
              5 Since [Child/Children] Was One Year Old    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
413     M223 Are you in contact with any other social service agencies, support services, or professionals at the present time in relation to [child/children] that we haven’t already discussed. CO5_Y2M YN2Y2M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
414       How old was child when you first had contact with service name 1 in relation to him/her? CO6_1_Y2M CO6Y2M 1 Before [Child/Children]'s birth Raw  
              2 Between birth and six weeks old    
              3 Between six weeks and six months    
              4 Between six months and one year    
              5 Since [Child/Children] was one year old    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
415       How old was child when you first had contact with service name 2 in relation to him/her? CO6_2_Y2M CO6Y2M 1 Before [Child/Children]'s birth Raw  
              2 Between birth and six weeks old    
              3 Between six weeks and six months    
              4 Between six months and one year    
              5 Since [Child/Children] was one year old    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
416       How old was child when you first had contact with service name 3 in relation to him/her? CO6_3_Y2M CO6Y2M 1 Before [Child/Children]'s birth Raw  
              2 Between birth and six weeks old    
              3 Between six weeks and six months    
              4 Between six months and one year    
              5 Since [Child/Children] was one year old    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
417       How old was child when you first had contact with service name 4 in relation to him/her? CO6_4_Y2M CO6Y2M 1 Before [Child/Children]'s birth Raw  
              2 Between birth and six weeks old    
              3 Between six weeks and six months    
              4 Between six months and one year    
              5 Since [Child/Children] was one year old    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
418       How old was child when you first had contact with service name 5 in relation to him/her? CO6_5_Y2M CO6Y2M 1 Before [Child/Children]'s birth Raw  
              2 Between birth and six weeks old    
              3 Between six weeks and six months    
              4 Between six months and one year    
              5 Since [Child/Children] was one year old    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
419     M230 Reasons for your contact with the social support agency/agencies: problems with child's behaviour? NCO8_1_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
420       Reasons for your contact with the social support agency/agencies: child's physical disability? NCO8_2_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
421       Reasons for your contact with the social support agency/agencies: child’s developmental delay? NCO8_3_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
422       Reasons for your contact with the social support agency/agencies: problems between parents? NCO8_4_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
423       Reasons for your contact with the social support agency/agencies: financial help? NCO8_5_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
424       Reasons for your contact with the social support agency/agencies: family consultant? NCO8_6_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
425       Reasons for your contact with the social support agency/agencies: about obtaining a contact person? NCO8_7_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
426       Reasons for your contact with the social support agency/agencies: personal counsellor for the child? NCO8_8_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
427       Reasons for your contact with the social support agency/agencies: respite care? NCO8_9_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
428       Reasons for your contact with the social support agency/agencies: family counselling/family workshop? NCO8_10_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
429       Reasons for your contact with the social support agency/agencies: referral to psychologist? NCO8_11_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
430       Reasons for your contact with the social support agency/agencies: placing the child in foster care? NCO8_12_Y2M YN0Y2M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes