Japan 2000 National Survey on Family and Economic Conditions (NSFEC)
Tsuya, Noriko O.;
||The 2000 National Survey on Family and Economic Conditions (NSFEC) was collected by the Keio University Center of Excellence (COE) program. It is a national, two-stage stratified probability sample of Japanese men and women aged 20-49. The survey focused on aspects of early life course such as educational objectives and employment, as well as marriage, family life, child rearing, household management, and gender roles. Topics of particular interest to the child care and early education research community include parental education, access to early care, early education enrollment, child care arrangements, work schedule flexibility and the effect of work on family time, the effect of work on motherhood, unmarried motherhood, quality of life with and without children, and social pressure to have children.
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||Tsuya, Noriko O., Larry L. Bumpass, and Ronald R. Rindfuss. JAPAN 2000 NATIONAL SURVEY ON FAMILY AND ECONOMIC CONDITIONS (NSFEC) [Computer file]. ICPSR21120-v1. Japan: Noriko O. Tsuya, Keio University, 21st Century COE Program/Madison, Wisconsin: Larry L. Bumpass, The University of Wisconsin, Madison, Center for Demography and Ecology/Honolulu, Hawaii: Ronald R. Rindfuss, East-West Center [producers], 2007. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 2008-01-02.
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