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Study TitleAustralian Social Cohesion Survey, 2010
Series NameAustralian Social Cohesion Survey
Primary InvestigatorMarkus, Andrew Smith, Bruce
ADA IDau.edu.anu.ada.ddi.01291
AbstractThe Social Cohesion Survey is a series of detailed surveys on social cohesion, immigration and population issues. A prime objective of the surveys is to further understanding of the social impact of Australia's increasingly diverse immigration program. The series of surveys forms part of the Scanlon Foundation Social Cohesion Research Program (SCRP) which commenced in 2007 under the direction of the Monash Institute for the Study of Global Movements (MISGM) and the Australian Multicultural Foundation (AMF). A key element of the SCRP was the conduct of a landmark Australian Social Cohesion Survey in 2007. This is the third study in the Social Cohesion Survey series, wtih the aims: • To look at the Australian community’s attitudes towards social cohesion, and • To assess changes in these attitudes over time. The 2010 survey used a randomly sampled 2,000 respondents with the sample stratified geographically. A minimum of 200 interviews was undertaken in each Australian state / territory (i.e. 1,600 interviews) with the remaining 400 interviews allocated across the five most populous states (i.e. NSW, Victoria, Queensland, WA and SA) in proportion to the population in those states. The study covered a variety of topics, including economic conditions, political participation, socio-cultural attitudes, discrimination, local communities and future growth.
Bibliographic CitationMarkus, A. et al. Australian Social Cohesion Survey, 2010. [Computer file]. Canberra: Australian Data Archive, The Australian National University, 2016.
CopyrightCopyright © 2016, Monash University. All rights reserved.
ContributorArunachalam, Dharmalingam Blakemore, David
Study Scope Content
Topic ClassificationsAustralian Studies;Social Science;Migration, immigration and multiculturalism;Australian Social Cohesion Survey
KeywordsCommunities;Culture;Discrimination;Economic conditions;Immigration;Living standards;Migrants;Multiculturalism;Political activism;Religion;Safety;Social conditions
Population (Universe)Persons aged 18 years and over who were residents of private households in Australia
Date of Collection
Start date - Data Collection: 2010-06-01 End date - Data Collection: 2010-06-01
Time Period
Time Period - Start: 2010-06-01 Time Period - End: 2010-06-01
Geographic CoverageNational
Geographic UnitState
Methodology Content
Sampling ProcedureOne-stage stratified or systematic random sample
Data KindSurvey data
Response RateThe response rate was defined as interviews as a proportion of interviews plus refusals. On this basis the final overall response rate for the 2010 survey was 51%.
Data Access Content
Access ConditionsThe depositor may be informed (by the archive) of use being made of the data, in order to comment on that use and make contact with colleagues of similar interests.
Deposit Information Content
DepositorSebastian Misson
Deposit Date2015-07-14
VersionVersion 1.0
Other Content
Unit of AnalysisIndividual
Mode of Data CollectionTelephone interview
CommentThe Social Cohesion Survey is a series of detailed surveys on social cohesion, immigration and population issues. A prime objective of the surveys is to further understanding of the social impact of Australia's increasingly diverse immigration program. The series of surveys forms part of the Scanlon Foundation Social Cohesion Research Program (SCRP) which commenced in 2007 under the direction of the Monash Institute for the Study of Global Movements (MISGM) and the Australian Multicultural Foundation (AMF). A key element of the SCRP was the conduct of a landmark Australian Social Cohesion Survey in 2007. This is the third study in the Social Cohesion Survey series, wtih the aims: • To look at the Australian community’s attitudes towards social cohesion, and • To assess changes in these attitudes over time. The 2010 survey used a randomly sampled 2,000 respondents with the sample stratified geographically. A minimum of 200 interviews was undertaken in each Australian state / territory (i.e. 1,600 interviews) with the remaining 400 interviews allocated across the five most populous states (i.e. NSW, Victoria, Queensland, WA and SA) in proportion to the population in those states. The study covered a variety of topics, including economic conditions, political participation, socio-cultural attitudes, discrimination, local communities and future growth.
Study Creation Date2016-08-05 16:52:17 UTC
Data CollectorsThe Social Research Centre
distribution_date2016-08-05
Bibliographic Citation (documentation)Markus, A. et al. Australian Social Cohesion Survey, 2010. [Computer file]. Canberra: Australian Data Archive, The Australian National University, 2016.
Copyright (documentation)Copyright © 2016, The Australian National University. All rights reserved.
Producer (documentation)Australian Data Archive
Title (documentation)Australian Social Cohesion Survey, 2010
WeightingA “rim weighting” approach was used to adjust for differential survey response rates across age, gender and educational attainment and, where necessary, to also adjust for disproportionate aspects of the sample design (e.g.: disproportionate geographic distribution). Where possible, proportions were taken from the 2009 ABS population statistics rather than the 2006 data used in the previous surveys. “Rim weighting” was used to create weights which adjusted the data in-line with Australian Bureau of Statistics counts on these variables. The weights are created using a statistical regression approach which seeks to achieve the “best fit” possible with the population proportions specified by the weighting variables while disturbing the overall data as little as possible. The algorithm used for this purpose was provided in the Social Research Centre’s Quantum analysis software to develop sample weights which incorporate the variables state, age, gender, country of birth and educational attainment.
ADA IDau.edu.anu.ada.ddi.01291
LabelAustralian Social Cohesion Survey, 2010
Languageen
CountriesAustralia
Type of Research InstrumentStructured
ADA Processing LevelLevel 3
ProducerMarkus, Andrew Smith, Bruce
ADA Study LevelLevel 3
Version Date2016-08-05
Version ResponsibilityAustralian Data Archive
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WeightingA “rim weighting” approach was used to adjust for differential survey response rates across age, gender and educational attainment and, where necessary, to also adjust for disproportionate aspects of the sample design (e.g.: disproportionate geographic distribution). Where possible, proportions were taken from the 2009 ABS population statistics rather than the 2006 data used in the previous surveys. “Rim weighting” was used to create weights which adjusted the data in-line with Australian Bureau of Statistics counts on these variables. The weights are created using a statistical regression approach which seeks to achieve the “best fit” possible with the population proportions specified by the weighting variables while disturbing the overall data as little as possible. The algorithm used for this purpose was provided in the Social Research Centre’s Quantum analysis software to develop sample weights which incorporate the variables state, age, gender, country of birth and educational attainment.
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DEM13 What is your current occupation? Return to 01291   Arrow_up Arrow_down
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Misc.
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Misc.
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Question Text: Which of the following terms best describes your financial circumstances today? Would you say you are ...
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DEM17NW What is your religion, even if you are not currently practicing? Return to 01291   Arrow_up Arrow_down
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Misc.
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DEM20 How important is religion in your life today? Return to 01291   Arrow_up Arrow_down
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Misc.
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Question Text: How important is religion in your life today? Is it…
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DEM21 How often did you participate in religious activities (Excl weddings, funerals etc) Return to 01291   Arrow_up Arrow_down
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Misc.
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Study Creation Date: 2016-08-05 16:52:18 UTC
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DEM22 If there was a Federal election held today, for which party would you probably vote? Return to 01291   Arrow_up Arrow_down
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Misc.
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Question Text: And to finish up just one question about voting intentions. If there was a Federal election held today, for which party would you probably vote?
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LANG Language interview was mainly completed in Return to 01291   Arrow_up Arrow_down
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Misc.
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STATE (from final postcode concordance) Return to 01291   Arrow_up Arrow_down
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Misc.
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ASGS Remoteness Area - Collapsed Return to 01291   Arrow_up Arrow_down
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Misc.
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Socio-Economic Indexes for Areas (SEIFA) Decile Return to 01291   Arrow_up Arrow_down
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Misc.
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Socio-Economic Indexes for Areas (SEIFA) Percentile Return to 01291   Arrow_up Arrow_down
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Misc.
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Socio-Economic Indexes for Areas (SEIFA) Score Return to 01291   Arrow_up Arrow_down
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Misc.
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SRC ID Return to 01291   Arrow_up Arrow_down
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Misc.
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Misc.
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Diversity index Return to 01291   Arrow_up Arrow_down
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Misc.
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Weighting variable - Adjusted proportionately within existing sample Return to 01291   Arrow_up Arrow_down
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Misc.
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Date of interview Arrow_down
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State mapping variable Return to 01291   Arrow_up Arrow_down
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StateMap 1.0 8.0
Misc.
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