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OKiN

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Kalmijn, Prof. dr. M. (University of Amsterdam & NIDI); Ivanova, Dr. K. (University of Amsterdam); Gaalen, Prof. dr. R. van (Statistics Netherlands); Leeuw, Drs. S. de (University of Amsterdam); Houdt, Drs. K. van (University of Amsterdam); Spijker, Drs. F. van (University of Amsterdam) (): OKiN. DANS. https://doi.org/10.17026/dans-xa2-96vh

2017-10-01 Kalmijn, Prof. dr. M. (University of Amsterdam & NIDI); Ivanova, Dr. K. (University of Amsterdam); Gaalen, Prof. dr. R. van (Statistics Netherlands); Leeuw, Drs. S. de (University of Amsterdam); Houdt, Drs. K. van (University of Amsterdam); Spijker, Drs. F. van (University of Amsterdam) 10.17026/dans-xa2-96vh

The survey Parents and Children in the Netherlands (OKiN) was based on a stratified random sample of persons aged 25-45 from the Dutch population registers. Persons who grew up in nonintact families were systematically oversampled via the registers. Respondents were interviewed using Computer-Assisted Web Interviewing and those who did not respond were interviewed at home. In total, 6,485 persons participated (response rate of 62%). The parents of the respondents and the current new partners of these parents (if present) were found in the registers and approached for a Computer-Assisted Web Interview and a paper questionnaire follow-up in case of non-response. In total, 9,325 parents participated (response rate of 38%).

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