Joint Programming Initiative

More Years, Better Lives

The Potential and Challenges of Demographic Change

Survey on social participation and environment
Enquête Maatschappelijke Participatie en Milieu (P&M)

Topic
Wellbeing
Social, Civic and Cultural Engagement
Relevance for this Topic
Country Netherlands
More Topics

Governance

Contact information

Department of Labour, Income and Living conditions
Statistics Netherlands
Henri Faasdreef 312
2492 JP Den Haag
Netherlands
Phone: Infoservice: 003188 570 70 70
Email: info(at)cbs.nl

Timeliness, transparency

Data is collected annually and released 6 months after collection.

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Longitude survey: long-term study of random or different samples

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Longitude survey: long-term study of random or different samples

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)


Access to data


Cannot be downloaded directly.

Conditions of access


Microdata not available


Months


Anonymised microdata


SPSS (default)


There is one publication in English by Jan van de Brakel, about break between POLS-participation and P&M.

Access to data


Cannot be downloaded directly.

Conditions of access


Microdata not available


Months


Anonymised microdata


SPSS (default)


There is one publication in English by Jan van de Brakel, about break between POLS-participation and P&M.


Coverage


Data has been collected between 2005 and 2011 (2012, 2013; questions about participation in module social cohesion). The sample size used was of 4,000 individuals per year.


2005


Contact data administrator (see contact information)


Contact data administrator (see contact information)


Dutch population in non-institutional households.


Population aged 13 and over


Representative of the Dutch population in non-institutional households aged 13 and over.


Brief overview of: (1) participation in social activities (2) participation in volunteer work (3) participation in cultural and recreational activities (including sports) (4) social contacts/relations (5) participation in religion, Satisfaction with different aspects of life; family life, finances, education, society, general happiness.

Coverage


Data has been collected between 2005 and 2011 (2012, 2013; questions about participation in module social cohesion). The sample size used was of 4,000 individuals per year.


2005


Contact data administrator (see contact information)


Contact data administrator (see contact information)


Dutch population in non-institutional households.


Population aged 13 and over


Representative of the Dutch population in non-institutional households aged 13 and over.


Brief overview of: (1) participation in social activities (2) participation in volunteer work (3) participation in cultural and recreational activities (including sports) (4) social contacts/relations (5) participation in religion, Satisfaction with different aspects of life; family life, finances, education, society, general happiness.


Linkage


Linkable to other person databases through anonymised personal number

Linkage


Linkable to other person databases through anonymised personal number


Data quality


Survey errors. Data are checked and corrected for internal inconsistencies


The survey is the continuation of time series POLS (1997-2004), but there is a trend disruption due to change of interview method in 2005.


Consistent method

Data quality


Survey errors. Data are checked and corrected for internal inconsistencies


The survey is the continuation of time series POLS (1997-2004), but there is a trend disruption due to change of interview method in 2005.


Consistent method


Applicability


Strengths: The study provides sufficient and coherent quality data. Weaknesses: The database provides information on a relatively low sample size. CATI-data should be corrected in order to be in line with the CAPI-data collected during 1997-2004.

Applicability


Strengths: The study provides sufficient and coherent quality data. Weaknesses: The database provides information on a relatively low sample size. CATI-data should be corrected in order to be in line with the CAPI-data collected during 1997-2004.


  • The information about this dataset was compiled by the author:
  • Frank P. Pijpers
  • (see Partners)