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A multi-disciplinary survey of the Singapore family
Survey of 1,960 families from different ethnic groups on attitude towards housing, socialization, patterns of language use, stress and family policy. Gives detailed profile of the families interviewed. Published 1988
Composite social indices: a pilot study.
Constructs indices for family conditions, health, education, employment conditions, income, housing conditions, personal safety, social environment, culture & leisure to track progress in quality of life for the period 1986 to 1992.
Dual-career couples in Singapore.
Analyses the trends in married couples over the period 1980 to 1990 using census data, with comparison of dual-career and sole-career couples. Gives the socio-demographic profile of dual-career couples in 1990, with breakdown by age group, ethnic group, educational status, type of housing, age of marriage and income.
Study on the Singapore family
Survey of families from various ethnic groups on five major themes of spouse relations; parenting stress, work and family; divorce; and the perception of family-related policies. Includes data on division of home duties; parents' greatest worry when raising children; disciplining methods; perceived sources of stress. Published 1999
Wealth and liabilities of Singapore households
Contains preliminary household balance sheets as at end 2000 and end-2001. An overview of Singapore households' financial position with selected OECD countries is also presented.--Intro
Attitudes on family : Survey on Social attitudes of Singaporeans (SAS) 2001
Published 2002. Seems to be removed temporarily.
Reports the findings of the 2001 survey on a range of family issues. The survey was subsequently continued
under State of the Family Report once every three years.
State of the family report
"This biennial report presents key trends on the well-being of families in Singapore, covering family bonds and ties and future challenges."