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#metadataBlock name dataverseAlias displayName
socialscience Social Science and Humanities Metadata
#datasetField name title description watermark fieldType displayOrder displayFormat advancedSearchField allowControlledVocabulary allowmultiples facetable displayoncreate required parent metadatablock_id
unitOfAnalysis Unit of Analysis Basic unit of analysis or observation that this Dataset describes, such as individuals, families/households, groups, institutions/organizations, administrative units, and more. For information about the DDI's controlled vocabulary for this element, please refer to the DDI web page at http://www.ddialliance.org/controlled-vocabularies. textbox 0 TRUE FALSE TRUE TRUE FALSE FALSE socialscience
universe Universe Description of the population covered by the data in the file; the group of people or other elements that are the object of the study and to which the study results refer. Age, nationality, and residence commonly help to delineate a given universe, but any number of other factors may be used, such as age limits, sex, marital status, race, ethnic group, nationality, income, veteran status, criminal convictions, and more. The universe may consist of elements other than persons, such as housing units, court cases, deaths, countries, and so on. In general, it should be possible to tell from the description of the universe whether a given individual or element is a member of the population under study. Also known as the universe of interest, population of interest, and target population. textbox 1 TRUE FALSE TRUE TRUE FALSE FALSE socialscience
timeMethod Time Method The time method or time dimension of the data collection, such as panel, cross-sectional, trend, time- series, or other. text 2 TRUE FALSE FALSE TRUE FALSE FALSE socialscience
dataCollector Data Collector Individual, agency or organization responsible for administering the questionnaire or interview or compiling the data. FamilyName, GivenName or Organization text 3 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE socialscience
collectorTraining Collector Training Type of training provided to the data collector text 4 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE socialscience
frequencyOfDataCollection Frequency If the data collected includes more than one point in time, indicate the frequency with which the data was collected; that is, monthly, quarterly, or other. text 5 TRUE FALSE FALSE TRUE FALSE FALSE socialscience
samplingProcedure Sampling Procedure Type of sample and sample design used to select the survey respondents to represent the population. May include reference to the target sample size and the sampling fraction. textbox 6 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE socialscience
targetSampleSize Target Sample Size Specific information regarding the target sample size, actual sample size, and the formula used to determine this. none 7 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE socialscience
targetSampleActualSize Actual Actual sample size. Enter an integer... int 8 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE targetSampleSize socialscience
targetSampleSizeFormula Formula Formula used to determine target sample size. text 9 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE targetSampleSize socialscience
deviationsFromSampleDesign Major Deviations for Sample Design Show correspondence as well as discrepancies between the sampled units (obtained) and available statistics for the population (age, sex-ratio, marital status, etc.) as a whole. text 10 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE socialscience
collectionMode Collection Mode Method used to collect the data; instrumentation characteristics (e.g., telephone interview, mail questionnaire, or other). textbox 11 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE socialscience
researchInstrument Type of Research Instrument Type of data collection instrument used. Structured indicates an instrument in which all respondents are asked the same questions/tests, possibly with precoded answers. If a small portion of such a questionnaire includes open-ended questions, provide appropriate comments. Semi-structured indicates that the research instrument contains mainly open-ended questions. Unstructured indicates that in-depth interviews were conducted. text 12 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE socialscience
dataCollectionSituation Characteristics of Data Collection Situation Description of noteworthy aspects of the data collection situation. Includes information on factors such as cooperativeness of respondents, duration of interviews, number of call backs, or similar. textbox 13 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE socialscience
actionsToMinimizeLoss Actions to Minimize Losses Summary of actions taken to minimize data loss. Include information on actions such as follow-up visits, supervisory checks, historical matching, estimation, and so on. text 14 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE socialscience
controlOperations Control Operations Control OperationsMethods to facilitate data control performed by the primary investigator or by the data archive. text 15 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE socialscience
weighting Weighting The use of sampling procedures might make it necessary to apply weights to produce accurate statistical results. Describes the criteria for using weights in analysis of a collection. If a weighting formula or coefficient was developed, the formula is provided, its elements are defined, and it is indicated how the formula was applied to the data. textbox 16 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE socialscience
cleaningOperations Cleaning Operations Methods used to clean the data collection, such as consistency checking, wildcode checking, or other. text 17 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE socialscience
datasetLevelErrorNotes Study Level Error Notes Note element used for any information annotating or clarifying the methodology and processing of the study. text 18 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE socialscience
responseRate Response Rate Percentage of sample members who provided information. textbox 19 TRUE FALSE FALSE TRUE FALSE FALSE socialscience
samplingErrorEstimates Estimates of Sampling Error Measure of how precisely one can estimate a population value from a given sample. text 20 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE socialscience
otherDataAppraisal Other Forms of Data Appraisal Other issues pertaining to the data appraisal. Describe issues such as response variance, nonresponse rate and testing for bias, interviewer and response bias, confidence levels, question bias, or similar. text 21 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE socialscience
socialScienceNotes Notes General notes about this Dataset. none 22 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE socialscience
socialScienceNotesType Type Type of note. text 23 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE socialScienceNotes socialscience
socialScienceNotesSubject Subject Note subject. text 24 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE socialScienceNotes socialscience
socialScienceNotesText Text Text for this note. textbox 25 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE socialScienceNotes socialscience