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  • 1. SAMPLE QUESTIONNAIRE<br />Section 1: Respondents’ socio-economic profiles<br />1. Gender:MaleFemale<br />2. Age:<br />3. Marital Status: singlemarried divorced widowed<br />4. Do you have children?: yes no<br />5. What is the highest level of primary second. third l. postg.<br /> education you have attained?: <br />6. Location of employment: city local elsewhere<br />7. Location of spouse/partner’s city local elsewhere not applic.<br /> employment:<br />8. How do you travel to work? Walk cycle own transp. Bus train<br />9. Have you always lived in this locality? Yes no<br />10. Have you lived in the city? Yes no<br />11. Have you lived elsewhere in the county? Yes no<br />12. Have you lived elsewhere in the country? Yes no<br />Section 2: Use of Local Services and Facilities<br />1. How often do you use the local supermarkets?<br /> Never infrequently sometimes frequently very frequently serv.unav.<br />2. How often do you use the local pubs?<br /> Never infrequently sometimes frequently very frequently serv.unav.<br />3. How often do you use the local take-aways?<br />s Never infrequently sometimes frequently very frequently serv.unav.<br />4. How would you rate the provision of services in the local supermarkets?<br /> Very inadequate inadequate moderate adequate more than adeq. unav.<br />5. How would you rate the provision of services in the local pubs?<br /> Very inadequate inadequate moderate adequate more than adeq. unav.<br />6. How would you rate the provision of services in the local take-aways?<br /> Very inadequate inadequate moderate adequate more than adeq. unav.<br />7. How active are you in the local GAA club?<br /> Never active rarely active occasionally active active very active<br /> Facility unavailable<br />8. How active are you in the local Scouts?<br /> Never active rarely active occasionally active active very active<br /> Facility unavailable<br />8. How active are you in the local Drama Group?<br /> Never active rarely active occasionally active active very active<br /> Facility unavailable<br />Section 3: Observation of Change<br />1. Has the physical appearance of the place changed in the last 10 years (or less)?<br /> Yes no don’t know<br />2. Would you describe it as country? Yes no both/neither<br />3. Would you describe it as town? Yes no both/neither<br />SPSS – (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences) Codebook<br />SPSS Variable name (‘Name’ field)Full variable name (‘Label’ field)Coding ‘instructions’(‘Values’ field)IdIdentificationSubject identification numberGenderGender1 = male, 2 = femaleAgeAgeNo. of years. (i.e. enter exact no.)MaritalMarital status1 = single; 2 = married; 3 = divorced; 4 = widowed; (etc.)ChildChildren1 = yes; 2 = noEducHighest level of education1 = primary; 2 = secondary; 3 = third level; 4 = postgraduate; (etc.)WorklocLocation of work1 = city; 2 = local; 3 = elsewhereSpouswrkLocation of spouses/partners work1 = city; 2 = local; 3 = elsewhere; 0 = not applicable* Travel1R. travel to work by walking1 = yes; 2 = noTravel2R. travel to work by cycling1 = yes; 2 = noTravel3R. travel to work by own transp.1 = yes; 2 = noTravel4R. travel to work by bus1 = yes; 2 = noTravel5R. travel to work by train1 = yes; 2 = noAlwaylivHas r. always lived in locality?1 = yes; 2 = noLived1Lived in city/town?1 = yes; 2 = noLived 2Lived elsewhere in county?1 = yes; 2 = noLived 3Lived elsewhere in the country?1 = yes; 2 = noServfr01Services – frequency of use-supermarkets1 = never; 2 = infrequently; 3 = sometimes; 4 = frequently; 5 = very frequently; 0 = service not availableServfr02Services – frequency of use – pubs1 = never; 2 = infrequently; 3 = sometimes; 4 = frequently; 5 = very frequently; 0 = service not availableServfr03Services – frequency of use – take-aways1 = never; 2 = infrequently; 3 = sometimes; 4 = frequently; 5 = very frequently; 0 = service not availableServpr01Services – level of provision – supermarkets1 = very inadequate; 2 = inadequate; 3 = moderate; 4 = adequate; 5 = more than adequ. 0 = service not av.Servpr02Services – level of provision – pubs1 = very inadequate; 2 = inadequate; 3 = moderate; 4 = adequate; 5 = more than adequ. 0 = service not av.Servepr03Services – level of provision – take-aways1 = very inadequate; 2 = inadequate; 3 = moderate; 4 = adequate; 5 = more than adequ. 0 = service not av.Facpar01Facilities – level of participation – GAA 1 = never active; 2 = rarely active; 3 = occasionally active; 4 = active; 5 = very active; 0 = facility not avail.Facpar02Facilities – level of participation – Scouts1 = never active; 2 = rarely active; 3 = occasionally active; 4 = active; 5 = very active; 0 = facility not avail.Facpar03Facilities – level of participation – drama group1 = never active; 2 = rarely active; 3 = occasionally active; 4 = active; 5 = very active; 0 = facility not avail.PhysappHas the physical appearance of the place changed in the last 10 years?1 = yes; 2 = no; 3 = don’t knowLocalityWould you describe it as country or town?1 = country; 2 = town; 3 = both/neither<br />

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