Social functioning

In the the table below, entries in the left column refer to the related documentation, while the values in the cells of columns LASA-B to LASA-J refer to the corresponding LASA-data files (e.g. ‘078‘ in column B refers to ‘LASAB078‘). Table entries are hyperlinks. Hovering  over the waves in the header will show the years in which the corresponding measurements took place.

For more details about the LASA-waves, see Design LASA.

Note that some of the data are not available yet (in red).

LASA-WAVE BCDE2BFGH3BMBIJK
Cohort 1
Cohort 2
Cohort 3
Migrant Cohort
THEME SOCIAL
AffiliationBCDE2BFGH3BMBIJK
Need for
affiliation


– Scaled
078



278








078



278


141

341






141

341
























HousingBCDE2BFGH3BMBIJK
Housing
characteristics







Adaptations in
the house
014

015





014
014

015

601

601


014
014

015

601

701

014
014

015

601

701

014
014

015





014
014

015

601

701

014
014

015

601

701

014
014

015

601

701

014
014

015





014
014

015





014

015

601

701

014
014

015

601

701

014
014

015






014
Relocation



-tel. proxy*

-tel. respondent*
014

015



014

015

601

601

014

015

601

701
014

015

601

701
014

015



014

015

601

701
014

015

601

701
014

015

601

701
014

015









014

015

601

701
014

015

601

701
014

015
Neighborhood
characteristics
015

z095
015

z095
015

z095
015

z095
015

z095
015

z095
015

z095
015

z095
015

z095


z095
015

z095
015

z095
015

z095
Pets in
household
**
012012012012012012012012012012012012
Residence in
1944
**
013
Partner relationshipBCDE2BFGH3BMBIJK
Relationship quality139139139139139139139139
Relationships
between
generations
BCDE2BFGH3BMBIJK
Parental data**140140
Children**048

048



048

248
048

248
048

248
048



048

248
048

248
048





Filial
responsibility
expectations IM

– scaled








132



332
132



332




























132



332




Vignettes about
help


total scores






074


274






























Grandchildren**049
Social networkBCDE2BFGH3BMBIJK
Personal
network

– network size
047


247
047


247
047


247
047


247
047


247
047


247
047


247
047


247

047


247



047


247
047


247
Contact network167167167
LonelinessBCDE2BFGH3BMBIJK
Loneliness

-scaled

-tel. respondent*

Existental
loneliness
073

273




073

273




073

273




073

273




073

273




073

273




073

273




073

273


712


073

273




073

273




073

273


712


073

273


712

173
073

273



173
Social
participation
BCDE2BFGH3BMBIJK
Social
participation

070

125
070

125
070

125
070

125
070

125
070

125
070

125
070

070

070

070

070

070

Environmental
influence
**
121121121
Social normsBCDE2BFGH3BMBIJK
Values and
norms
**
122122122122122122122122122122122122
Social
desirability**

– scaled



130


330









130


330





















Social
identity**

– scaled






131


331
131


331



























 Donorship**
 – – – – – – – – – – 128128
Ties with
country of origin
**
069
LASA-wave BCDE2BFGH3BMBIJK

* Files in the 700 series contain data from telephone interviews held with respondents, while files in the 600 series contain data from telephone interviews held with proxies. In wave C however, the same questionnaire was used for both respondent and proxy; data was stored in the 600 series.

** Not yet documented

*** Under construction

IM In 2004, three years after wave E an interim measurement was carried out on the first cohort, see the specific topics for more details. More information will follow.