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NATSEM - Indicators - Child Wellbeing (SLA) 2006

NATSEM indicators of child well-being variables of SLAs, excluding SLAs in Brisbane and Canberra, in Australia (2006). These data were provided by NATSEM, University of Canberra, and are based on data from the 2006 Census of Population and Housing supplied by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. The data were developed as part of a project funded by a Discovery Grant from the Australian Research Council (DP664429: Opportunity and Disadvantage: Differences in Wellbeing among Australia's Adults and Children at a Small Area Level.

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Source https://portal.aurin.org.au
Last Updated November 12, 2019, 01:20 (UTC)
Created February 19, 2019, 00:25 (UTC)
License Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Australia (CC BY 2.5 AU)
AURIN Open API ID aurin:datasource-UC_NATSEM-UoM_AURIN_DB_natsem_indicators_child_wellbeing_sla_2006
Aggregation Level sla
Attribute List % aged 0-15 in intact family, % aged 0-15 in the Public Housing families, % aged 0-15 in the all parents did not volunteer families, % aged 0-15 in the at least one motor vehicle available families, % aged 0-15 in the at least one parent was a volunteer families, % aged 0-15 in the bottom income quintile families, % aged 0-15 in the family where the highest education level is below year 12, % aged 0-15 in the family where the highest education level is post school, % aged 0-15 in the family which year 12 is the highest education level, % aged 0-15 in the no motor vehicle available families, % aged 0-15 in the non intact families, % aged 0-15 in the one or more bedrooms spare families, % aged 0-15 in the one or more extra bedrooms needed families, % aged 0-15 in the parental joblessness families, % aged 0-15 in the single parent families, % aged 0-15 in those households that are home owners/purchasers, % aged 0-15 in those households that are other tenure, % aged 0-15 in those households that are private renters, % aged 0-15 with all usual residents do not require assistance, % aged 0-15 with at least one household member requires assistance, % aged 0-15 with at least one parent speaks LOTE, % aged 0-15 with both parents or lone parent speaks English, % aged 0-15 with household members having need for assistance with core activities, % aged 0-15 with household members not having need for assistance with core activitie, % aged 0-15 with internet connection, % aged 0-15 with no extra bedrooms needed, % aged 0-15 without internet connection, % aged 0-4 attending preschool, % aged 0-4 in the Public Housing families, % aged 0-4 in the all parents did not volunteer families, % aged 0-4 in the at least one motor vehicle available families, % aged 0-4 in the at least one parent was a volunteer families, % aged 0-4 in the bottom income quintile families, % aged 0-4 in the family where the highest education level is below year 12, % aged 0-4 in the family where the highest education level is post school, % aged 0-4 in the family which year 12 is the highest education level, % aged 0-4 in the intact families, % aged 0-4 in the no motor vehicle available families, % aged 0-4 in the non intact families, % aged 0-4 in the one or more bedrooms spare families, % aged 0-4 in the one or more extra bedrooms needed families, % aged 0-4 in the parental joblessness families, % aged 0-4 in the single parent families, % aged 0-4 in those households that are home owners/purchasers, % aged 0-4 in those households that are other tenures, % aged 0-4 in those households that are private renters, % aged 0-4 with all usual residents do not require assistance, % aged 0-4 with at least one household member requires assistance, % aged 0-4 with at least one parent speaks LOTE, % aged 0-4 with both parents or lone parent speaks English, % aged 0-4 with household members having need for assistance with core activities, % aged 0-4 with household members not having need for assistance with core activitie, % aged 0-4 with internet connection, % aged 0-4 with no extra bedrooms needed, % aged 0-4 without internet connection, % aged 15-19 with school completion/retention (wider definition), % aged 5-15 in the Public Housing families, % aged 5-15 in the all parents did not volunteer families, % aged 5-15 in the at least one motor vehicle available families, % aged 5-15 in the at least one parent was a volunteer families, % aged 5-15 in the bottom income quintile familie, % aged 5-15 in the family where the highest education level is below year 12, % aged 5-15 in the family where the highest education level is post school, % aged 5-15 in the family which year 12 is the highest education level, % aged 5-15 in the intact families, % aged 5-15 in the no motor vehicle available families, % aged 5-15 in the non intact families, % aged 5-15 in the one or more bedrooms spare families, % aged 5-15 in the one or more extra bedrooms needed families, % aged 5-15 in the parental joblessness families, % aged 5-15 in the single parent families, % aged 5-15 in those households that are home owners/purchasers, % aged 5-15 in those households that are other tenure, % aged 5-15 in those households that are private renters, % aged 5-15 with all usual residents do not require assistance, % aged 5-15 with at least one household member requires assistance, % aged 5-15 with at least one parent speaks LOTE, % aged 5-15 with both parents or lone parent speaks English, % aged 5-15 with household members having need for assistance with core activities, % aged 5-15 with household members not having need for assistance with core activitie, % aged 5-15 with internet connection, % aged 5-15 with no extra bedrooms needed, % aged 5-15 without internet connection, % female children aged 0-4 attending preschool, % female students in private secondary schools, % female students in public secondary schools, % females aged 15-19 in other 15-19 with school completion/retention 15-19 olds, % females aged 15-19 with school completion/retention (narrow definition), % females aged 15-19 with school completion/retention (wider definition), % male aged 0-4 attending preschool, % male students in private secondary schools, % male students in public secondary schools, % males aged 15-19 in other 15-19 with school completion/retention 15-19 olds, % males aged 15-19 with school completion/retention (narrow definition), % males aged 15-19 with school completion/retention (wider definition), % total aged 15-19 in other 15-19 with school completion/retention 15-19 olds, % total aged 15-19 with school completion/retention (narrow definition), % total students in private secondary schools, % total students in public secondary schools, Number aged 0-15 in the Public Housing families, Number aged 0-15 in the all parents did not volunteer families, Number aged 0-15 in the at least one motor vehicle available families, Number aged 0-15 in the at least one parent was a volunteer families, Number aged 0-15 in the bottom income quintile families, Number aged 0-15 in the family where the highest education level is below year 12, Number aged 0-15 in the family where the highest education level is post school, Number aged 0-15 in the family which year 12 is the highest education level, Number aged 0-15 in the intact families, Number aged 0-15 in the no motor vehicle available families, Number aged 0-15 in the non intact families, Number aged 0-15 in the one or more bedrooms spare families, Number aged 0-15 in the one or more extra bedrooms needed families, Number aged 0-15 in the parental joblessness families, Number aged 0-15 in those households that are home owners/purchasers, Number aged 0-15 in those households that are other tenures, Number aged 0-15 in those households that are private renters, Number aged 0-15 with all usual residents do not require assistance, Number aged 0-15 with at least one household member requires assistance, Number aged 0-15 with at least one parent speaks LOTE, Number aged 0-15 with both parents or lone parent speaks English, Number aged 0-15 with household members having need for assistance with core activities, Number aged 0-15 with household members not having need for assistance with core activities, Number aged 0-15 with internet connection, Number aged 0-15 with no extra bedrooms needed, Number aged 0-15 without internet connection, Number aged 0-4 attending preschool, Number aged 0-4 in the Public Housing families, Number aged 0-4 in the all parents did not volunteer families, Number aged 0-4 in the at least one motor vehicle available families, Number aged 0-4 in the at least one parent was a volunteer families, Number aged 0-4 in the bottom income quintile families, Number aged 0-4 in the family where the highest education level is below year 12, Number aged 0-4 in the family where the highest education level is post school, Number aged 0-4 in the family which year 12 is the highest education level, Number aged 0-4 in the intact families, Number aged 0-4 in the no motor vehicle available families, Number aged 0-4 in the non intact families, Number aged 0-4 in the one or more bedrooms spare families, Number aged 0-4 in the one or more extra bedrooms needed families, Number aged 0-4 in the parental joblessness families, Number aged 0-4 in those households that are home owners/purchasers, Number aged 0-4 in those households that are other tenures, Number aged 0-4 in those households that are private renters, Number aged 0-4 with all usual residents do not require assistance, Number aged 0-4 with at least one household member requires assistance, Number aged 0-4 with at least one parent speaks LOTE, Number aged 0-4 with both parents or lone parent speaks English, Number aged 0-4 with household members not having need for assistance with core activities, Number aged 0-4 with household memebers having need for assistance, Number aged 0-4 with internet connection, Number aged 0-4 with no extra bedrooms needed, Number aged 5-15 in the Public Housing families, Number aged 5-15 in the all parents did not volunteer families, Number aged 5-15 in the at least one motor vehicle available families, Number aged 5-15 in the at least one parent was a volunteer families, Number aged 5-15 in the bottom income quintile families, Number aged 5-15 in the family where the highest education level is below year 12, Number aged 5-15 in the family where the highest education level is post school, Number aged 5-15 in the family which year 12 is the highest education level, Number aged 5-15 in the intact families, Number aged 5-15 in the no motor vehicle available families, Number aged 5-15 in the non intact families, Number aged 5-15 in the one or more bedrooms spare families, Number aged 5-15 in the one or more extra bedrooms needed families, Number aged 5-15 in the parental joblessness families, Number aged 5-15 in those households that are home owners/purchasers, Number aged 5-15 in those households that are other tenures, Number aged 5-15 in those households that are private renters, Number aged 5-15 with all usual residents do not require assistance, Number aged 5-15 with at least one household member requires assistance, Number aged 5-15 with at least one parent speaks LOTE, Number aged 5-15 with both parents or lone parent speaks English, Number aged 5-15 with household members having need for assistance with core activities, Number aged 5-15 with household members not having need for assistance with core activities, Number aged 5-15 with internet connection, Number aged 5-15 with no extra bedrooms needed, Number aged 5-15 without internet connection, Number children aged 0-4 without internet connection, Number female aged 0-4 attending preschool, Number female students in private secondary schools, Number female students in public secondary schools, Number females aged 15-19 in other 15-19 with school completion/retention 15-19 olds, Number females aged 15-19 with school completion/retention (narrow definition), Number females aged 15-19 with school completion/retention (wider definition), Number male students in private secondary schools, Number male students in public secondary schools, Number males aged 0-4 attending preschool, Number males aged 15-19 in other 15-19 with school completion/retention 15-19 olds, Number males aged 15-19 with school completion/retention (narrow definition), Number males aged 15-19 with school completion/retention (wider definition), Total aged 0-15 in the single parent families, Total aged 0-4 in the single parent families, Total aged 15-19 in other 15-19 with school completion/retention 15-19 olds, Total aged 15-19 with school completion/retention (narrow definition), Total aged 15-19 with school completion/retention (wider definition), Total aged 5-15 in the single parent families, Total students in private secondary schools, Total students in public secondary schools, geometry, sla code, sla name, sla name, state name
Attribution University of Canberra - National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling, (2014): NATSEM - Indicators - Child Wellbeing (SLA) 2006; accessed from AURIN on [date of access].
Coordinate Ref. System EPSG:4283 (GDA_1994)
Copyright Notice © University of Canberra - National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling 2004 - 2014
Geometry Field the_geom
Key sla_code
Type dataset
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