Joint Programming Initiative

More Years, Better Lives

The Potential and Challenges of Demographic Change

Education and Active Old Age; Movement in Retirement
Bildung und Aktives Altern; Bewegung im Ruhestand

Topic
Social, Civic and Cultural Engagement
Health and Performance
Education and Learning
Intergenerational Relationships
Wellbeing
Relevance for this Topic
Country Austria
More Topics

Governance

Contact information

Franz Kolland (University Vienna). Funding received from: Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection (BMASK)
University Vienna
WISDOM, Liechtensteinstra├če 22a/17
Austria
Phone: (43)01-319 41 31
Email: datenarchiv(at)wisdom.at

Timeliness, transparency


Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cross-section, occasional

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)

Face-to-face interview (CAPI, PAPI)


Quantitative survey component: telephone interviews (CATI) Qualitative survey component: face-to-face interviews

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cross-section, occasional

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)

Face-to-face interview (CAPI, PAPI)


Quantitative survey component: telephone interviews (CATI) Qualitative survey component: face-to-face interviews

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cross-section, occasional

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)

Face-to-face interview (CAPI, PAPI)


Quantitative survey component: telephone interviews (CATI) Qualitative survey component: face-to-face interviews

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cross-section, occasional

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)

Face-to-face interview (CAPI, PAPI)


Quantitative survey component: telephone interviews (CATI) Qualitative survey component: face-to-face interviews

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cross-section, occasional

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)

Face-to-face interview (CAPI, PAPI)


Quantitative survey component: telephone interviews (CATI) Qualitative survey component: face-to-face interviews


Access to data

Conditions of access


Freely accessible for research and teaching, The WISDOM user guidelines apply to data requests; Orders must be submitted to WISDOM. Requests must contain the designated purpose and the terms and conditions; Cost: 10 Euros


SPSS


The data is only available in German.

Access to data

Conditions of access


Freely accessible for research and teaching, The WISDOM user guidelines apply to data requests; Orders must be submitted to WISDOM. Requests must contain the designated purpose and the terms and conditions; Cost: 10 Euros


SPSS


The data is only available in German.

Access to data

Conditions of access


Freely accessible for research and teaching, The WISDOM user guidelines apply to data requests; Orders must be submitted to WISDOM. Requests must contain the designated purpose and the terms and conditions; Cost: 10 Euros


SPSS


The data is only available in German.

Access to data

Conditions of access


Freely accessible for research and teaching, The WISDOM user guidelines apply to data requests; Orders must be submitted to WISDOM. Requests must contain the designated purpose and the terms and conditions; Cost: 10 Euros


SPSS


The data is only available in German.

Access to data

Conditions of access


Freely accessible for research and teaching, The WISDOM user guidelines apply to data requests; Orders must be submitted to WISDOM. Requests must contain the designated purpose and the terms and conditions; Cost: 10 Euros


SPSS


The data is only available in German.


Coverage


1 year of collection The sample size of the quantitative survey component was comprised of 700 individuals. The sample size of the qualitative survey component (interview) was comprised of 10 individuals.


2008/2009


By gender, age, household size, number of children, education, income.


Disproportional stratified sample (Sampling method: Random-Digit-Dialing).


By region


Quantitative survey component: Population aged 50-75; Qualitative survey component: Population aged 50-64


Data collected on adult learning, lifelong learning, non-formal learning, participation, voluntary work, outcomes of learning, wellbeing, self-perceived health, leisure, learning with younger generations, and quality of life. Corresponds to: Education and Learning, Health and Performance, and Social, Civic and Cultural Engagement, Wellbeing and Intergernerational Relationships topics


Kolland, A. "Education and Active Old Age; Movement in Retirement" (2010) (Bildung und aktives Altern: Bewegung im Ruhestand).

Coverage


1 year of collection The sample size of the quantitative survey component was comprised of 700 individuals. The sample size of the qualitative survey component (interview) was comprised of 10 individuals.


2008/2009


By gender, age, household size, number of children, education, income.


Disproportional stratified sample (Sampling method: Random-Digit-Dialing).


By region.


Quantitative survey component: Population aged 50-75; Qualitative survey component: Population aged 50-64


Data collected on adult learning, lifelong learning, non-formal learning, participation, voluntary work, outcomes of learning, wellbeing, self-perceived health, leisure, learning with younger generations, and quality of life. Corresponds to: Education and Learning, Health and Performance, and Social, Civic and Cultural Engagement, Wellbeing and Intergernerational Relationships topics


Kolland, A. "Education and Active Old Age; Movement in Retirement" (2010) (Bildung und aktives Altern: Bewegung im Ruhestand).

Coverage


1 year of collection The sample size of the quantitative survey component was comprised of 700 individuals. The sample size of the qualitative survey component (interview) was comprised of 10 individuals.


2008/2009


By gender, age, household size, number of children, education, income.


Disproportional stratified sample (Sampling method: Random-Digit-Dialing).


By region


Quantitative survey component: Population aged 50-75; Qualitative survey component: Population aged 50-64


Data collected on adult learning, lifelong learning, non-formal learning, participation, voluntary work, outcomes of learning, wellbeing, self-perceived health, leisure, learning with younger generations, and quality of life. Corresponds to: Education and Learning, Health and Performance, and Social, Civic and Cultural Engagement, Wellbeing and Intergernerational Relationships topics


Kolland, A. "Education and Active Old Age; Movement in Retirement" (2010) (Bildung und aktives Altern: Bewegung im Ruhestand).

Coverage


1 year of collection The sample size of the quantitative survey component was comprised of 700 individuals. The sample size of the qualitative survey component (interview) was comprised of 10 individuals.


2008/2009


By gender, age, household size, number of children, education, income.


Disproportional stratified sample (Sampling method: Random-Digit-Dialing).


By region


Quantitative survey component: Population aged 50-75; Qualitative survey component: Population aged 50-64


Data collected on adult learning, lifelong learning, non-formal learning, participation, voluntary work, outcomes of learning, wellbeing, self-perceived health, leisure, learning with younger generations, and quality of life. Corresponds to: Education and Learning, Health and Performance, and Social, Civic and Cultural Engagement, Wellbeing and Intergernerational Relationships topics


Kolland, A. "Education and Active Old Age; Movement in Retirement" (2010) (Bildung und aktives Altern: Bewegung im Ruhestand).

Coverage


1 year of collection The sample size of the quantitative survey component was comprised of 700 individuals. The sample size of the qualitative survey component (interview) was comprised of 10 individuals.


2008/2009


By gender, age, household size, number of children, education, income.


Disproportional stratified sample (Sampling method: Random-Digit-Dialing).


By region


Quantitative survey component: Population aged 50-75; Qualitative survey component: Population aged 50-64


Data collected on adult learning, lifelong learning, non-formal learning, participation, voluntary work, outcomes of learning, wellbeing, self-perceived health, leisure, learning with younger generations, and quality of life. Corresponds to: Education and Learning, Health and Performance, and Social, Civic and Cultural Engagement, Wellbeing and Intergernerational Relationships topics


Kolland, A. "Education and Active Old Age; Movement in Retirement" (2010) (Bildung und aktives Altern: Bewegung im Ruhestand).


Linkage


No

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No

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No

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No

Linkage


No


Data quality

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Applicability

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  • The information about this dataset was compiled by the author:
  • Maria M. Hofmarcher
  • (see Partners)