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Classification

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Rationale

Relationship between members in a private dwelling (henceforth 'relationship') is a key variable for deriving household and family data. It can be used as an input variable to derive information on family type and household composition.

Classification of relationship

The standard classification of relationship is a hierarchical classification of three levels. Level 1 of the classification has seven categories, level 2 has 15 categories and level 3 has 31 categories – excluding residual categories. The residual categories are defined in Glossary and references.

Classification Relationship Between Members in a Private Dwelling – Standard Classification 2008 - Master Version
Abbreviation RELAT08.MASTER
Version V1.0
Effective date 20/06/2008
 
Classification Relationship Between Members in a Private Dwelling – Standard Classification 2008 - Alternate Version 1
Abbreviation RELAT08.ALTVER1
Version V1.0
Effective date 20/06/2008
 
Classification Relationship Between Members in a Private Dwelling – Standard Classification 2008 - Alternate Version 2
Abbreviation RELAT08.ALTVER2
Version V1.0
Effective date 20/06/2008
 
Classification Relationship Between Members in a Private Dwelling – Standard Classification 2008 - Alternate Version 3
Abbreviation RELAT08.ALTVER3
Version V1.0
Effective date 20/06/2008
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