Measuring quantitative sensitive behaviors

Single Wave Study

General Information

Title
Measuring quantitative sensitive behaviors
Project Number
129
Abstract
This study evaluates the effectiveness of the technique Item Sum Technique Double List (ISTDL), which was derived from the item count technique (ICT) and was developed to measure sensitive behaviors.
Longitudinal Type
Single Wave Study
Begin date
05-05-2014
End date
27-05-2014
Topics
Researcher
Korndörfer, M., Krumpal, I., Jann, B., and Schmukle, S.
Publisher
CentERdata
Copyright
© 2014 CentERdata
Funding Organization
CentERdata/MESS Project
DOI
https://doi.org/10.17026/dans-zeq-jnmb

Datasets and documentation

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Codebook in English
Codebook in Dutch

Data Files

English SPSS file
English STATA file

Variables

Variable name Variable Label Variable Type
nomem_encr Number of the household member encrypted preloaded
kv14a_m Year and month of the field work period constructed
kv14a001 Experimental group constructed
kv14a002 Question 1: How many days did your last holiday trip take? / Question 2: Please think of the last 14 days. On how many of these days have you been watching pornography? directly measured
kv14a003 Question 1: How many times did you visit a restaurant last year? / Question 2: How many different sexual partners have you had up to now? directly measured
kv14a004 How many hours did you work last week? directly measured
kv14a005 How many cultural events (e.g. movies, concerts, theater, readings) did you go to last year? directly measured
kv14a006 Question 1: How many hours did you work last week? / Question 2: Please think of the last 14 days. On how many of these days have you been watching pornography? directly measured
kv14a007 Question 1: How many cultural events (e.g. movies, concerts, theater, readings) did you go to last year? / Question 2: How many different sexual partners have you had up to now? directly measured
kv14a008 How many days did your last holiday trip take? directly measured
kv14a009 How many times did you visit a restaurant last year? directly measured
kv14a010 How many cultural events (e.g. movies, concerts, theater, readings) did you go to last year? directly measured
kv14a011 How many times did you visit a restaurant last year? directly measured
kv14a012 How many different sexual partners have you had up to now? directly measured
kv14a013 How many hours did you work last week? directly measured
kv14a014 How many days did your last holiday trip take? directly measured
kv14a015 Please think of the last 14 days. On how many of these days have you been watching pornography (e.g. via the internet, DVD, or adult movie theatre)? directly measured
kv14a016 Are you in a relationship at the moment? directly measured
kv14a017 In your estimation, how many hours per week are you on the internet? directly measured
kv14a018 What is your estimate of the percentage of people in your ENTIRE circle of acquaintances who watch pornography (e.g. via the internet, DVD, or adult movie theatre)? (0% to 100%) directly measured
kv14a019 Please indicate to what extent you agree with the following statement: It is wrong to watch pornography. directly measured
kv14a020 Was it difficult to answer the questions? directly measured
kv14a021 Were the questions sufficiently clear? directly measured
kv14a022 Did the questionnaire get you thinking about things? directly measured
kv14a023 Was it an interesting subject? directly measured
kv14a024 Did you enjoy answering the questions? directly measured
kv14a025 Starting date questionnaire constructed
kv14a026 Starting time questionnaire constructed
kv14a027 End date questionnaire constructed
kv14a028 End time questionnaire constructed
kv14a029 Duration in seconds derived

Questions

The metadata for the questions in this study have not yet been published.

Response Information

Response Overview
Selected number of household members: 8033 (100%)
Non-response: 1485 (22.7%)
Response: 6548 (81.5%)
Complete: 6539 (81.4%)
Incomplete: 9 (0.1%)
Collection Events
Period
05-05-2014 to 27-05-2014
Sample
Panel members aged 16 years or older
Collection Mode
internet survey
Fieldwork Note
A reminder was sent twice to non-respondents