Dataset: Generations and Gender Survey Belgium Wave 1

Variable a149: Main subject of studies (see list of subjects)

Literal Question

What was the main subject matter of these studies?

PostQuestion Text

Write exact answer.

Descriptive Text

Q 121 core questionnaire

- AUT: only country specific values", "2101-general programmes", "2102-teacher training and education science", "2103-humanities, languages and arts", "2104-foreign languages", "2105-social sciences, business and law", "2106-science, mathematics and computing", "2107-life science (including biology environmental science)", "2108-physical science (including physics, chemistry and earth science)", "2109-mathematics and statistics", "2110-computer science", "2111-engineering, manufacturing and construction", "2112-agriculture and veterinary", "2113-health and welfare", "2114-services",.
- CZE: only country specific values"2801-Software system and informatics", "2802-Other fields industries", "2803-Mining & metallurgy", "2804-Egineering and other metal workshop production", "2805-Electronical engineering", "2806-Chemistry of silicates", "2807-Potravináøství","2808-Textiles, odìvnictví","2809-Wood processing","2810-Printing","2811-Architecture, building","2812-Transport, telecommunication","2813-Special technical fields", "2814-Rural forest hospodáøství","2815 Veterinary domain","2816-Medical sciences and health","2817-Pharmaceutic industry","2818-Spoleèenské sciences and services","2819-Historical science","2820-Economic science", "2821-Economics and organization", "2822-Economy and services", "2823-Law","2824-Uèitelství","2825-Vìdy o tìlesné kultuøe","2826-Arts","2827-Applied arts","2828-Military domain","2829-Police", "2830-Other industries".

- POL: country specific additional values "2601-other", "2602-general(e.g. primary, lower secondary or general secondary education)".

Values Categories N
0 General programmes 764
 15.6%
1 Basic programmes 46
 0.9%
2 Humanities and Arts 402
 8.2%
3 Social Sciences,business and law 137
 2.8%
4 Science 20
 0.4%
5 Engeneering,manufacturing and construction 214
 4.4%
6 Agriculture 226
 4.6%
7 Health and Welfare 23
 0.5%
8 Services 6
 0.1%
9 Personal development 58
 1.2%
10 computer use 169
 3.5%
11 engineering, manufacturing and construction 111
 2.3%
12 agriculture and veterinary 2
 0.0%
13 health and welfare 47
 1.0%
14 Teacher training and education science 3
 0.1%
15 unknown 176
 3.6%
21 Arts 0
 0.0%
22 Humanities 0
 0.0%
31 Social and behavioural science 0
 0.0%
32 Journalism and information 0
 0.0%
34 Business and administration 0
 0.0%
38 Law 0
 0.0%
42 Life sciencies 0
 0.0%
44 Physical sciences 0
 0.0%
46 Mathematics and statistics 0
 0.0%
48 Computing 0
 0.0%
52 Engineering and engineering trades 0
 0.0%
54 Manufacturing and processing 0
 0.0%
58 Architecture and building 0
 0.0%
62 Agriculture, forestry and fishery 0
 0.0%
64 Veterinary 0
 0.0%
72 Health 0
 0.0%
76 Social services 0
 0.0%
80 literacy and numeracy 0
 0.0%
81 Personal services 0
 0.0%
84 Transport services 0
 0.0%
85 Environmental protection 0
 0.0%
86 Security services 0
 0.0%
90 personal development 0
 0.0%
101 Higher education (not uni): Agriculture 28
 0.6%
102 Higher education (not uni): Audiovisual and visual arts - music and dramatic arts 62
 1.3%
103 Higher education (not uni): Commercial sciences, business and journalism 301
 6.2%
104 Higher education (not uni): Informatics 57
 1.2%
105 Higher education (not uni): Health care 275
 5.6%
106 Higher education (not uni): Education (teaching) 350
 7.2%
107 Higher education (not uni): Social work 120
 2.5%
108 Higher education (not uni): Architecture, Industrial Science and Technology 230
 4.7%
109 Higher education (not uni): Applied linguistics 21
 0.4%
110 Higher education (not uni): Other 208
 4.3%
140 teacher training  and education science 0
 0.0%
201 University: Theology, Religious Studies and Canon Law 6
 0.1%
202 University: Philosophy and Moral Sciences 13
 0.3%
203 University: History 14
 0.3%
204 University: Language and Literature 99
 2.0%
205 University: Archaeology and Arts 20
 0.4%
206 University: Law and Notary 72
 1.5%
207 University: Criminology 17
 0.3%
208 University: Psychology 31
 0.6%
209 University: Educational Sciences 18
 0.4%
210 arts 145
 3.0%
211 physicists, chemists, and related professionals 23
 0.5%
212 mathematicians, statisticians, and related professionals 37
 0.8%
213 computing professionals 79
 1.6%
214 architects, engineers and related professionals 16
 0.3%
215 University: Applied Sciences 85
 1.7%
216 University: Medicine 60
 1.2%
217 University: Dentistry 7
 0.1%
218 University: Veterinary Medicine 11
 0.2%
219 University: Social Health Sciences 9
 0.2%
220 humanities 15
 0.3%
221 life science professionals 13
 0.3%
222 health professionals 3
 0.1%
223 University: Other 38
 0.8%
231 college, university and higher education teaching profession 0
 0.0%
232 secondary education teaching professionals 0
 0.0%
234 special education teaching professionals 0
 0.0%
235 other teaching professionals 0
 0.0%
241 business professionals 0
 0.0%
242 legal professionals 0
 0.0%
243 archivists,librarians,and related information professionals 0
 0.0%
244 social sciences and related professionals 0
 0.0%
245 writers and creative or performing artists 0
 0.0%
246 religious professionals 0
 0.0%
310 social and behavioural science 0
 0.0%
311 physical and engineering science technicians 0
 0.0%
312 computer associate professionals 0
 0.0%
313 optical and electronic equipment operators 0
 0.0%
314 ship and aircraft controllers and technicians 0
 0.0%
315 safety and quality inspectors 0
 0.0%
320 journalism and information 0
 0.0%
321 life science technicians 0
 0.0%
322 modern health associate professionals 0
 0.0%
323 nursing and midwifery associate professionals 0
 0.0%
324 traditional medicine practitioners and faith healers 0
 0.0%
331 primary education teaching associate professionals 0
 0.0%
332 pre-primary education teaching associate professionals 0
 0.0%
333 special education teaching associate professionals 0
 0.0%
334 other teaching associate professionals 0
 0.0%
340 business and administration 0
 0.0%
341 finance and sales associate professionals 0
 0.0%
342 business services agents and trade brokers 0
 0.0%
343 administrative associate professionals 0
 0.0%
344 customs, tax and related government associate professionals 0
 0.0%
345 police inspectors and detectives 0
 0.0%
347 artistic,entertainment and sports associate professionals 0
 0.0%
348 religious associate professionals 0
 0.0%
380 law 0
 0.0%
411 secretaries and keyboard operating professionals 0
 0.0%
412 numerical clerks 0
 0.0%
413 material-recording and transport clerks 0
 0.0%
414 library,mail and related clerks 0
 0.0%
420 life science 0
 0.0%
421 cashiers,tellers and related clerks 0
 0.0%
422 client information clerks 0
 0.0%
440 physical science 0
 0.0%
460 mathematics and statistics 0
 0.0%
481 computer science 0
 0.0%
482 computer use 0
 0.0%
511 travel attendants and related workers 0
 0.0%
512 housekeeping and restaurant service workers 0
 0.0%
513 personal care and related workers 0
 0.0%
514 other personal service workers 0
 0.0%
516 protective service workers 0
 0.0%
520 engineering and engineering trades 0
 0.0%
521 fashion and other models 0
 0.0%
522 shop salespersons and demonstrators 0
 0.0%
523 stall and market salesperson 0
 0.0%
540 manufacturing and processing 0
 0.0%
580 architecture and building 0
 0.0%
620 agriculture, forestry and fishery 0
 0.0%
640 veterinary 0
 0.0%
711 miners, shotfirers, stone cutters and carvers 0
 0.0%
712 building frame and related trades workers 0
 0.0%
713 building finishers and related trade workers 0
 0.0%
714 painters, building structure cleaners and related trade work 0
 0.0%
720 health 0
 0.0%
721 metal moulders, welders, sheet-metal workers 0
 0.0%
722 blacksmiths, hammer-smiths, and related trade workers 0
 0.0%
723 machinery mechanics and fitters 0
 0.0%
724 electrical and electronic equipment mechanics and fitters 0
 0.0%
731 precision workers in metal and related materials 0
 0.0%
732 potters, glass makers and related trade workers 0
 0.0%
733 handkcraft workers in wood, textile, leather and related mat 0
 0.0%
734 printing and related trade workers 0
 0.0%
741 food processing and related trade workers 0
 0.0%
742 wood treaters, cabinet-makers, and related trade workers 0
 0.0%
743 textile, garment and related trade workers 0
 0.0%
744 pelt, leather, and related pattern-makers and cutters 0
 0.0%
760 social services 0
 0.0%
810 personal services 0
 0.0%
811 mining- and mineral-processing-plant operators 0
 0.0%
812 metal-processing-plant operators 0
 0.0%
813 metal melters, casters and rolling-mill operators 0
 0.0%
821 metal- and mineral-products machine operators 0
 0.0%
822 chemical-products machine operators 0
 0.0%
823 rubber- and plastic-product machine operators 0
 0.0%
825 printing-, binding- and paper-products machine operators 0
 0.0%
826 textile-, fur- and leather products amachine operators 0
 0.0%
827 food and related product machine operators 0
 0.0%
828 assemblers 0
 0.0%
829 other machine operators 0
 0.0%
831 locomotive-engine drivers and related workers 0
 0.0%
832 motor-vehicle drivers 0
 0.0%
833 agricultural and other mobile-plant operators 0
 0.0%
834 ships'deck crews and related workers 0
 0.0%
840 transport services 0
 0.0%
850 environmental protection 0
 0.0%
860 security services 0
 0.0%
890 unspecified 0
 0.0%
990 not known 0
 0.0%
2101 general programmes 0
 0.0%
2102 teacher training and education science 0
 0.0%
2103 humanities, languages and arts 0
 0.0%
2104 foreign languages 0
 0.0%
2105 social sciences, business and law 0
 0.0%
2106 science, mathematics and computing 0
 0.0%
2107 life science (including biology environmental science) 0
 0.0%
2108 physical science (including physics, chemistry and earth science) 0
 0.0%
2109 mathematics and statistics 0
 0.0%
2110 computer science 0
 0.0%
2111 engineering, manufacturing and construction 0
 0.0%
2112 agriculture and veterinary 0
 0.0%
2113 health and welfare 0
 0.0%
2114 services 0
 0.0%
2601 other 0
 0.0%
2602 general(e.g. primary, lower secondary or general secondary education) 0
 0.0%
2801 Software system and informatics 0
 0.0%
2802 Other fields industries 0
 0.0%
2803 Mining & metallurgy 0
 0.0%
2804 Egineering and other metal workshop production 0
 0.0%
2805 Electronical engineering 0
 0.0%
2806 Chemistry of silicates 0
 0.0%
2807 Potravináøství 0
 0.0%
2808 Textiles, odìvnictví 0
 0.0%
2809 Wood processing 0
 0.0%
2810 Printing 0
 0.0%
2811 Architecture, building 0
 0.0%
2812 Transport, telecommunication 0
 0.0%
2813 Special technical fields 0
 0.0%
2814 Rural forest hospodáøství 0
 0.0%
2815 Veterinary domain 0
 0.0%
2816 Medical sciences and health 0
 0.0%
2817 Pharmaceutic industry 0
 0.0%
2818 Spoleèenské sciences and services 0
 0.0%
2819 Historical science 0
 0.0%
2820 Economic science 0
 0.0%
2821 Economics and organization 0
 0.0%
2822 Economy and services 0
 0.0%
2823 Law 0
 0.0%
2824 Uèitelství 0
 0.0%
2825 Vìdy o tìlesné kultuøe 0
 0.0%
2826 Arts 0
 0.0%
2827 Applied arts 0
 0.0%
2828 Military domain 0
 0.0%
2829 Police 0
 0.0%
2830 Other industries 0
 0.0%
997 does not know 0
998 refusal 0
999 no response/not applicable 2276

Summary Statistics

Valid cases 4887
Missing cases 2276
This variable is numeric

Notes

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