1  Yes. Indicate the reference number attributed to the father _ _
2  No/Not applicable
No father in the household
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
This manual is a tool for the necessary work of the enumerator. In this manual he/she will find all clarification needed in order to complete his/her job successfully.
This volume contains a compilation of concepts that the enumerator must know, the various work procedures the enumerator must do, the material for work that the enumerator will use during his/her different tasks. Additionally, he/she will find some advice about the way to act in order to resolve complicated situations.
This manual is composed of 9 chapters organized in order to facilitate its consultation.
Chapter 1. The Census
[This provides] a brief description of the general aspects of the Population and Housing Census, its importance, the obligatory procedures and the confidentiality of the answers, as well as the methodology and scheduling of its main phases.
Chapter 2. The role of the enumerator: functions, planning, and working material
This is a presentation of the enumerator's functions and the way his/her work should be planned. This chapter describes the material necessary for an accurate performance of the functions to prepare for the fieldwork.
The goal of this chapter is that the enumerator understands the importance of his/her role and the way his/her performance influences the final results.
Chapter 3. Cartography
This chapter contains the main concepts related to the theme.
The aspects regarding the sequential and integrated numeration of the various questionnaires is explained, and the importance that this action has.
Chapter 5. Geographical location of buildings
This chapter illustrates the concepts and principles to observe when geographically locating the buildings.
Chapter 6. E-Census: data collection via Internet
This chapter calls the attention of the enumerator to proceed with the population to facilitate their answers via the Internet.
This refers to the procedures implied by this way of answering, its influence in the enumerator's work and how he/she should act.
Chapter 7. Filling out additional pages for questionnaires and related concepts
This chapter focuses on the essential aspects that the enumerator must understand to continue filling out from the building coversheet, the subsection coversheet, from the location point, and the docket of the subsection.
For each questionnaire, ask the question, explain the inherent concepts and the specifics of filling them out.
Chapter 8. Approaching techniques and ways to resolve special situations
This chapter describes the way the enumerator should act when facing certain situations.
Chapter 9. Frequently asked questions (FAQ's)
This chapter has a compilation of questions that are most often asked of the enumerator by the general population.
Proceed as indicated in chapter 4.
The questions in part a, b and c must be filled out by the household representative or a resident of the dwelling that belongs to the household!
B-Write the name of everyone in the household who resides in this dwelling and answer questions 2, 3, 4 and 5
This variable indicates the reference number of a person's father.
Constructed Family Interrelationship Variables -- PERSON