Presentation on theme: "MICS Data Processing Workshop Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys Data Processing Workshop Features of MICS Questionnaires and Modules."— Presentation transcript:
MICS Data Processing Workshop Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys Data Processing Workshop Features of MICS Questionnaires and Modules
Objectives To understand the structure and formatting features of the MICS questionnaires and modules
Questionnaires H OUSEHOLD Q UESTIONNAIRE –Q UESTIONNAIRE FOR I NDIVIDUAL W OMEN ( AGE 15-49) –Q UESTIONNAIRE FOR I NDIVIDUAL M EN ( AGE 15-49) –Q UESTIONNAIRE FOR C HILDREN U NDER F IVE ( AGE 0-4)
Questionnaires H OUSEHOLD Q UESTIONNAIRE Q UESTIONNAIRE FOR I NDIVIDUAL W OMEN Q UESTIONNAIRE FOR I NDIVIDUAL M EN Q UESTIONNAIRE FOR C HILDREN U NDER F IVE H OUSEHOLD I NFORMATION P ANEL L IST OF H OUSEHOLD M EMBERS E DUCATION C HILD L ABOUR C HILD D ISCIPLINE H OUSEHOLD C HARACTERISTICS I NSECTICIDE T REATED N ETS I NDOOR R ESIDUAL S PRAYING W ATER AND S ANITATION H ANDWASHING S ALT I ODIZATION W OMAN ’ S I NFORMATION P ANEL W OMAN ’ S B ACKGROUND A CCESS TO M ASS M EDIA AND U SE OF I NFORMATION AND C OMMUNICATION T ECHNOLOGY F ERTILITY OR F ERTILITY /B IRTH H ISTORY D ESIRE FOR L AST B IRTH M ATERNAL AND N EWBORN H EALTH P OST - NATAL H EALTH C HECKS I LLNESS S YMPTOMS C ONTRACEPTION U NMET N EED F EMALE G ENITAL M UTILATION /C UTTING A TTITUDES T OWARD D OMESTIC V IOLENCE M ARRIAGE /U NION S EXUAL B EHAVIOUR HIV/AIDS M ATERNAL M ORTALITY T OBACCO AND A LCOHOL U SE L IFE S ATISFACTION M AN ’ S I NFORMATION P ANEL M AN ’ S B ACKGROUND A CCESS TO M ASS M EDIA AND U SE OF I NFORMATION AND C OMMUNICATION T ECHNOLOGY F ERTILITY A TTITUDES T OWARD D OMESTIC V IOLENCE M ARRIAGE /U NION S EXUAL B EHAVIOUR HIV/AIDS C IRCUMCISION T OBACCO AND A LCOHOL U SE L IFE S ATISFACTION U NDER F IVE C HILD I NFORMATION P ANEL A GE B IRTH R EGISTRATION E ARLY C HILDHOOD D EVELOPMENT B REASTFEEDING AND D IETARY I NTAKE I MMUNIZATION C ARE OF I LLNESS A NTHROPOMETRY
Module codes and numbering Each module begins with the question number “1” preceded by two or three letters indicating the module subject e.g. HL1 (List of Household Members) CL4 ( Child Labour) MN17 (Maternal and Newborn Health) MWB7 (Man’s Background) Men Questionnaire’s question numbers are preceded by ‘M’
Text S MALL C APSText written with S MALL C APS to be read/asked to the respondent
Text lowercaseText in lowercase letters –Response categories –Cover page questions
Text italicsText in italics in the modules are instructions for the interviewers and not to be read out loud.
Other features Aqua colour background“Questions” or “filters” with Aqua colour background: –to be completed by the interviewer (based on previous responses or observations) –should not be asked to the respondent
Types of Questions with precodedQuestions with precoded responses, without precodedQuestions without precoded responses, FilterFilter questions
Questions with Precoded Responses For some questions, we can predict the types of responses a respondent will give. The responses are listed in the questionnaire, usually on the right, or below the question (if roster style) Responses are never to be read to the respondent unless included in the question
Questions with Precoded Responses Two types of response categories 1.Numeric 1.Numeric: Only one response can be circled e.g., WS5, CM1, BF2 e.g, HC3 (precoded plus other answers allowed)
Questions with Precoded Responses Two types of response categories 2.Letter 2.Letter: Multiple responses can be circled e.g., HW3, IR2, e.g., IS2 (precoded plus other answers allowed) The number or letter(s) which corresponds to the reply should be circled.
Questions with Precoded Responses In some cases, precoded responses will include an "other" category. Use “Other” when certain that the response does not fit in any precoded category Interviewers always write the respondent's answer in the space provided (specify: ______). Use margins, last page etc to provide more detail if necessary
Questions with Precoded Responses The coding of ‘Don’t know’ and ‘other’: In numeric response codes –8, 98, 998, 9998 = Don’t know / DK –6, 96, 996, 9996 = Other (specify) In alphabetical (multiple response) codes –X = Other (specify) –Y = None, No one, or (additional) Other –Z = Don’t know / DK
Questions without Precoded Responses In entering the response for these questions the respondent's answer must be written in the space provided Usually a number or a date will be recorded in the spaces provided e.g., HC2, HC14, CL9 If the response has fewer digits than the number of spaces provided, leading zeroes have to be used
Questions without Precoded Responses Special cases: where a code is to be circled and a number is to be recorded –e.g., DB3, SB3
Questions to be Completed by Interviewers (Precoded or not precoded) Hour and Minutes –e.g., HH18, HH19 Respondent’s characteristics –e.g., HL7, ED2, Observations –E.g., HW2, HW3 Instructions to Interviewers –e.g., TN3, CD1-CD8
Filters Filters require interviewers to look back to the answer to previous responses, then mark an X in the box and follow skip instructions –e.g., TN7, ML10 They are used to prevent a respondent from being asked irrelevant questions. Interviewers should check back and mark an "X" in the appropriate box in the filter; then, follow the instructions.
Skip Instructions Used to avoid asking questions to the respondent which are not relevant to his/her situation –e.g., HL11, WS1, HC11 arrowWhen a particular response makes subsequent questions irrelevant, an instruction (usually an arrow ) is shown after the particular response directing us to skip to the next appropriate question. Skip instructions have to be followed
Customization During customization: Modules, Questions and Response Categories can have –Addition –Deletion –Change/Revise