Demographic Characteristics: Proposal by the Household and Family Characteristics Task Force
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Demographic Characteristics: Proposal by the Household and Family Characteristics Task Force

Prepared forUNECE/Eurostat Group of Experts on Population & Housing Censuses 23-26 September 2014, Geneva

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Task Force Members

Nation/GroupMember

Denmark

Annemette Lindhardt Olsen

Hungary

Marcell KovacsItalySimona MastrolucaMontenegroBiljana SekulovicNetherlandsCarel HarmsenPolandAnna Wysocka Piotr Filip D SzaltysSerbiaSlavica Vukojicic SevoSlovakiaViera Doktorikova Podmanická Zuzana Ivančíková Ľudmila Ivana JuhascikovaSwedenMargareta CarlssonSwitzerlandYvon CsonkaUnited KingdomPeter Stokes Garnett Compton Ian WhiteUnited States Howard HoganCIS-StatNataliya KulikovskayaEurostatFranco ZampognaUNECEAndres Vikat  Paolo Valente

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SUMMARYVery high compliance with the 2010 recommendations for the demographic variables. Only a few issues were raised that might merit

changes for 2020.3

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Legal Marital Status Suggested RevisionsExplicit Inclusion of Same-Sex Legal Partnerships (Optional for countries where it is relevant)De Facto M

arital Status as a Core-Topic4

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Proposed Revision for Same-Sex Legal Marital Status (optional second digit level)

(1.0) Never married(2.0) Married (2.1) Opposite-sex husband/wife/spouse (2.2) Same-sex husband/wife/spouse

(3.0) Registered or other legal partnership

(3.1) Opposite-sex partner

(3.2) Same-sex partner(4.0) Widowed and not remarried(5.0) Divorced and not remarried.5

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2010 De Facto Marital Status2010: De

Facto Marital Status (non-core topic)The

suggested classification was:(1.0) Person living in a consensual union

(2.0) Person not living in a consensual

union.

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2020 De Facto Marital StatusElevate to a Core Topic & Clarify

The proposed classification is: (1.0) Person living with spouse or partner (registered or in a consensual union) having usual residence in the same household

(2.0) Person not living with spouse or partner (registered or in a consensual union)

having usual residence in the same household.

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Topic for Discussion:Combined De Facto & De JureSome members of the task force proposed to add a new cross-classification of legal and de facto marital status, whereas others were not in agreement.

This meeting may wish to discuss whether the following cross-classification should be included in the recommendations.8

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Proposed Topic for Discussion:Combined De Facto & De Jure Approach

(1.0) Never married (1.1) Person living with partner (registered or in a consensual union) having usual residence in the same household

(

1.2) Person

not

living with partner (registered or in a consensual union) having usual residence in the same household(2.0) Married(2.1) Person living with spouse or partner (registered or in a consensual union) having usual residence in the same household(2.2) Person not living with spouse or partner (registered or in a consensual union) having usual residence in the same household(3.0) Widowed and not remarried(3.1) Person living with partner (registered or in a consensual union) having usual residence in the same household(3.2) Person not living with partner (registered or in a consensual union) having usual residence in the same household(4.0) Divorced and not remarried(4.1) Person living with partner (registered or in a consensual union) having usual residence in the same household(4.2) Person not living with partner (registered or in a consensual union) having usual residence in the same household.9

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Household and Family Characteristics: Proposal by the Household and Family Characteristics Task ForcePrepared forUNECE/Eurostat Group of Experts on Population & Housing Censuses

23-26 September 2014, Geneva11

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Task Force Members

Nation/GroupMember

Denmark

Annemette

Lindhardt OlsenHungaryMarcell KovacsItalySimona MastrolucaMontenegroBiljana SekulovicNetherlandsCarel HarmsenPolandAnna Wysocka Piotr Filip D SzaltysSerbiaSlavica Vukojicic SevoSlovakiaViera Doktorikova Podmanická Zuzana Ivančíková Ľudmila Ivana JuhascikovaSwedenMargareta CarlssonSwitzerlandYvon CsonkaUnited KingdomPeter Stokes Garnett Compton Ian WhiteUnited States Howard HoganCIS-StatNataliya KulikovskayaEurostatFranco ZampognaUNECEAndres Vikat  Paolo Valente12

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SUMMARYGood compliance with the 2010 recommendations for the household and family characteristics.Only a few issues were raised that might merit changes for 2020.

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Proposed 2020 RevisionsClarify concept of “Homelessness.”Revise Household Relationship to include “Registered Partner.”Explicit inclusion of Same-Sex Marriage in Household Status (optional for countries where it is relevant).

Expanded questions on Internet Access.14

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Clarify Concept of “Homelessness”For tabulations of “Homelessness," the following two categories can be considered:

(1.0) Rooflessness: This category includes persons living in the streets without a shelter that would fall within the scope of living.(2.0) Rootlessness: This category may include persons with no place of usual residence who move frequently between various types of

accommodations, but who at least have a roof over their heads at the time of the census.

Only

the first category, "

Rooflessness," comprises people not already included in either private or institutional households. As such, it needs to be accounted for separately.15

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Proposed Household Relationship ChangesInclude “Registered Partner.”Dropped “Domestic Servant” as separate category.16

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2010 Household RelationshipThe suggested classification was:(1.0) Other person's husband or wife

(2.0) Other person's partner in consensual union (cohabiting partner)(2.1) Other person's opposite-sex cohabiting partner(2.2) Other person's same-sex cohabiting partner

(3.0) Other person's child(4.0) Other person's father or mother(5.0) Other person's other relative

(6.0) Non-relative of other person

(6.1) Foster child

(6.2) Boarder(6.3) Domestic servant(6.4) Other.17

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2020 Household RelationshipThe proposed classification is:(

1.0) Other person's husband / wife / spouse (2.0) Other person's registered partner(3.0) Other person's partner in consensual union (cohabiting partner) (

3.1) Other person's opposite-sex cohabiting partner (3.2) Other person's same-sex cohabiting partner

(

4.0) Other person's child

(5.0) Other person's father or mother(6.0) Other person's other relative(7.0) Non-relative of other person (7.1) Foster child (7.2) Boarder (7.3) Other, including domestic servant. 18

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Household StatusFor 2020, Explicit Inclusion of Same-Sex Marriage (for countries where it is relevant).

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2010 Household StatusThe suggested classification was:

(1.0) Person in a private household (1.1) Person in a nuclear family household (1.1.1) Husband (1.1.2) Wife

(1.1.3) Male partner in a consensual union (1.1.4) Female partner in a consensual union

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1.1.5) Lone father

(1.1.6) Lone mother (1.1.7) Child under 25 years of age etc.20

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2020 Household StatusThe proposed classification is:(1.0) Person in a private

household (1.1) Person in a nuclear family household(1.1.1) Husband/male spouse or registered partner

(1.1.2) Wife/female

spouse or registered

partner

(1.1.3) Male partner in a consensual union(1.1.4) Female partner in a consensual union(1.1.5) Lone father(1.1.6) Lone mother(1.1.7) Child under 25 years of age etc.21

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Internet Access For 2020, it is also recommended to collect information on the availability of an Internet connection in the housing unit.

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2020 Internet AccessThe following internet classification is proposed: (1.0) Broadband internet access fixed

in the housing unit (2.0) Other internet access fixed in the housing unit. (3.0) Access through a mobile device

(4.0) More than one mode of access (5.0) No internet access in the housing unit.

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