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Josef Brüderl, Laura Castiglioni, Ulrich Krieger,

Volker Ludwig, Klaus Pforr

MZES, University of Mannheim

Design and Fielding of the pairfam panel


Contents
Contents

Design

Guiding Principles

Field Report

Time Schedule for Data Release


Design of the pairfam study
Design of the pairfam study

Sampling frame

German resident population

N=12,000 anchors

Multicohort sequence design

(birth cohorts 1991-1993, 1981-1983, and 1971-1973)‏

Interviewed alteri: partners, parents, children

Wavelength: One Year (surveys conducted Oct. – March)‏

Questionnaire development by pairfam group

Fieldwork by TNS Infratest (Munich)‏


The pairfam multi actor design
The pairfam Multi-Actor Design

wave 2 and following

wave 1

Partner

Partner

Anchor

CAPI

Anchor

CAPI

Children

living with anchor 8-15 years

Up to 3 

Parents

wave 2 and following

wave 1

Partner

Partner

Anchor

CAPI

Anchor

CAPI

Children

living with anchor 8-15 years

Up to 3 

Parents


Anchor interview i
Anchor Interview (I)

Target population:

German residents with sufficient language proficiency, birth cohorts 1991-93, 1981-83, 1971-73

Wave 1 Sample

Population register sample

343 randomly selected German municipalities provided a total of 60,000 addresses with aim of 12,000 interviews

Wave 2 and following

W2: only W1 participants

Starting W3: W1 participants that did not miss more than one consecutive wave. Child survey participants older than 15 become anchor respondents


Anchor interview ii
Anchor Interview (II)

Survey Mode: CAPI including CASI segments

Duration: Wave 1 60 minutes, Waves 2ff 70 minutes

Incentives: 10€ cash upon completion of the interview


Partner survey
Partner Survey

Target: current partner of anchor

If the anchor is in a relationship, he / she is asked if the partner could be contacted as well.

Survey Mode: 24p PAPI-questionnaire

Incentive: 5€ ticket to charity lottery

Field procedures

Questionnaire handed out by Interviewer, left behind with anchor or sent to partner

Questionnaire can be collected by the interviewer or sent back with provided return envelope


Child survey i as of wave 2
Child Survey (I)‏ - as of wave 2

Target: youngest child, 8 to 15 yrs. living with Anchor

Biological, step, foster or adopted children

Anchor has to give consent to the interview

Wave 3 (and following):

W2 target children if younger than 16

Plus additional new children that now meet W2 criteria (now 8 years old, now living with Anchor‏

Target children older than 15 enter Anchor survey


Child survey ii
Child Survey (II)

Survey mode: CAPI

Duration: 15 minutes

Incentive: small gift (worth 5€)‏


Parenting survey as of wave 2
Parenting survey – as of wave 2

Target: parents of child survey target children (defined as anchor and cohabiting partner)‏

One questionnaire for anchor and partner for each of the child survey respondents

Survey Mode: 6p PAPI questionnaire

Incentive: None

Field Procedure:

Anchor: handed out during CAPI Interview. Questionnaire can be collected by interviewer after the interview or sent back with return envelope

Partner: given to partner and back to Infratest together with partner questionnaire


Parents survey i as of wave 2
Parents Survey (I)‏ - as of wave 2

Target: biological (or adoptive) parents of anchor and their partners (step-parents)‏

If Anchor lived with adoptive parents before age 6,

adoptive parents are interviewed (instead of biological)‏

If more than three parents (contact to both biological and step-parents), stepmother will not be considered

Consent of Anchor required

Anchor has contact to parents‏


Parents survey ii
Parents Survey (II)

Survey Mode: PAPI-questionnaire

Duration: 26 pages (approx. 18-20 minutes)‏

Incentives: 5€ ticket to charity lottery

Field Procedures:

Questionnaires sent to parents (in separate envelopes)‏

Questionnaire to be returned with prepaid envelope


Guiding principles of pairfam design i
Guiding Principles of pairfam Design (I)

Main Design Directive: Keep Respondents in the panel

Reducing burden

Use of CASI

No repetitive questions

Tailoring questionnaire to individual respondent

iLHC

Increasing benefits from survey

Incentives

Interesting topics

Conventional methods of panel care


Guiding principles of pairfam design ii
Guiding Principles of pairfam Design (II)

Reducing the burden

Mode switch to CASI for delicate questions

Dependent Interviewing (DI): known facts are fed forward

Tailoring questionnaire to individual respondent

Avoiding unnecessary questions with extensive routing in CAPI questionnaire

IC-LHC (interactive continuous life history calendar)‏

Ease recall of life history with graphical calendar (and DI)‏


Guiding principles of pairfam design iii
Guiding Principles of pairfam Design (III)

Increasing benefits from survey

Incentives as a signal of appreciation

Interesting topics

Conventional Methods

letters (side-effect: panel-tracking)‏

respondent homepage

interviewer continuity


Preliminary field results wave 1
Preliminary Field Results - Wave 1

Completed Interviews

Cohort 1991-93

4,336

Cohort 1981-83

4,017

Cohort 1971-73

4,055

Total

12,408

Partners available

7,237

58%

Consent of Anchor

5,276

73%

Received Questionnaires

3,600

68%

  • Anchor

    (Final Response Rate currently unknown)‏

  • Partner


Release of pairfam data wave 1
Release of pairfam data – Wave 1

Dec 08 – May 09

Stata routines for data cleaning, preparation, anonymization, checks with preliminary data

June 9, 2009

Anchor data received from TNS Infratest (N=12,408)‏

(Partner data expected by Aug. 15)‏

July 15, 2009

Release of version 0 to pairfam team

Oct 8/9, 2009

1. pairfam user conference; release of version 1 to all users

Jan 31, 2010

Release of version 2 to all users


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