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Appendix A Connected Lives Survey
Dear Participant, To make answering our survey a more pleasurable experience for you, we offer you a “road map” of our survey and some useful tips for ﬁlling it out.
First of all, there are no right or wrong answers to our questions. We are interested in your personal opinions.
When answering our questions, please select answers based on your own experiences. If you do not ﬁnd an answer that completely meets your experiences or opinions, please check the answer closest to it.
If your ﬁrst language is not English, you might want to use the help of somebody else in putting down your answers. If you use somebody else’s help, please remember that we are interested in your personal opinions and experiences, and not those of the person helping you.
As you ﬁll out the survey, you will see little symbols to help you. Each question will also have brief instructions.
NOT APPLICABLE: Some questions may not apply to you. If possible, select the “not applicable” box instead of skipping the question.
1.2 What year were you born? [ Please write the YEAR] 19___ ?
1.3 What is your highest completed level of school?
? [Please check ONE answer ] 1 Less than high school diploma 2 High school diploma or G.E.D.
3 College or technical school diploma 4 Some university 5 Undergraduate university degree 6 Advanced university degree (such as Ph.D., Masters, law degree, medical degree)
1.5 In what year did you begin living at your current address?
0 Always lived at this address, or...
[ Please write the YEAR] 19___ or 20___ 1.6 In what year did you begin living in the Greater Toronto Area (G.T.A.)?
Always lived in the Greater Toronto Area (G.T.A.), or...
[ Please write the YEAR] 19___ or 20___ 1.7 Which of the following do you live in?
1 House (detached, semi-detached or town house) 2 Apartment building, less than 5 ﬂoors 3 Apartment building, 5 or more ﬂoors
4.8,9 On average, how many hours per week do you work?
? Main job #_____ hours per week Second job #_____ hours per week During a typical week, what percentage of your work time is spent at the following places?
? 4.10 %_____ Working at home 4.11 %_____ At a regular workplace outside the home (such as ofﬁce, factory, shop) 4.12 %_____ Travelling (for example, to job sites, clients, business trips) 4.13 %_____ At someone else’s regular workplace (such as client’s ofﬁce, trade show, supplier’s ofﬁce)
Please ﬁll out following chart: Start with the oldest child. If you have more than 4, please ? ﬁll out for the 4 oldest. For each child, (1) What are their ages? [For example: “6”] (2) What is their gender?
(3) Are they living with you?
(4) What is the highest schooling they’ve completed? [For example: “primary” / “high school”] (5) Do they have cell phones?
(6) Are they experienced computer users?
If your household consists only of you, a spouse/partner and/or children, please SKIP this page and go to PAGE 18.
In this section, we would like to know a little bit about any other people who live in your home and share the SAME KITCHEN with you.
More than just casual acquaintances, but not ‘very close’.
In this section you’ll ﬁnd it helpful to use the attached tear-off worksheet.
There is no need to return the worksheet with the survey.
About how many people are you VERY close to?
About how many people are you SOMEWHAT close to?
? While many people in Canada view themselves as Canadians, to what ethnic or cultural group did your ancestors belong? (For example, English, Chinese, East Indian, or French) [If they belonged to more than one group, please list the 1 or 2 ethnic groups that you most closely identify with] ____________________________
10.2 Thinking again of the people you are Very close to or Somewhat close to...
10.20b What language do you speak most often at home?
0 English, or...
[Please write the language] __________________
To be there just to talk about the day They will be there to listen to you HH120 IF121 OR122 N123 WS124 NL125 RG126 FR127 OT128 You will be there to listen to them HH130 IF131 OR132 N133 WS134 NL135 RG136 FR137 OT138
Connected Lives Minisurvey This one-page document describes the questions asked about the alters in the Connected Lives interview. Up to ﬁfteen alters per-network were chosen for this minisurvey. Details about which alters and why those alters were chosen can be found in Chapter 4 as well as Hogan et al. (2007).
Connected Lives - Mini Survey First name : _______________
Age: o under 20 o 20s o 30s o 40s o 50s o 60s o 70+
Questions to be said outloud:
Relation to you? ___________________ Type of Job?__________________________
Ethnic heritage? ___________________
Where he/she lives? Say city or if in Greater Toronto Area, say nearest intersection.
Where do you usually see him/her? Say city or if in Greater Toronto Area, say nearest intersection.