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Indonesian smoking status [message #5507] Mon, 01 June 2015 23:32 Go to next message
nando
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Location: Indonesia
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Hello, my name nando from Indonesia.
i've a problem with my research.

i want to know correlation between mother who smoke with their child survival status.
I found smoking variable in V463A-Z. But it just show currently status.

Is there other variable that can help me Assess the status of smoking from the mother start before she birth her child?
because in Indonesian questioner there are question that ask respondent "When you start smoke regularly?", and i tried to find in IR or Birth data, i didn't found that.
i use cohort retrospective design and use survival analysis to get my goal on this research.

i can't reach the goal if i use cross sectional.

i hope anyone can help me.
thank you.
Re: Indonesian smoking status [message #5522 is a reply to message #5507] Tue, 02 June 2015 18:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
user-rhs is currently offline  user-rhs
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Hi Nando,
The data for the module is in the "Special" dataset instead of the standard datasets. These questions were asked as part of the "special" youth module (Adolescent Reproductive Health Survey, link: http://dhsprogram.com/publications/publication-FR281-Other-F inal-Reports.cfm) first collected in the 2002-2003 wave. Unfortunately, these data were collected only from people 15-24 who were never married (see the filter questions at the top of page 337 of the Indonesia DHS 2012 final report, link: http://dhsprogram.com/pubs/pdf/FR281/FR281.pdf). Of course you can merge the people in this dataset with the people in the individual recode (IR) dataset, but very few of these young women would already have children. I did a quick and dirty merge, and saw very little overlap between the IR and adolescent datasets:

. merge 1:m mergeid using "births.dta"

    Result                           # of obs.
    -----------------------------------------
    not matched                        92,535
        from master                     8,894  (_merge==1)
        from using                     83,641  (_merge==2)

    matched                                 9  (_merge==3)
    -----------------------------------------




To access the data, when you are in the datasets download page of the DHS website, click on "Yes" next to Type = "Special" DHS 2012 (direct link: https://dhsprogram.com/data/dataset/Indonesia_Special_2012.c fm?flag=1).


HTH,
RHS
Re: Indonesian smoking status [message #5523 is a reply to message #5507] Tue, 02 June 2015 18:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Liz-DHS
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Dear User,
V463A-Z are part of the standard recode data file for the Indonesia DHS 2012 survey. The portion of CSPro code below refers to smoking practices and you can see how questions Q1004, Q1005, Q1006, Q1007 have been recoded into standard recode variables.
[code]  { smoking practices }
    V463A  = YesNo( Q1004 );                 { cigarettes }
    V463B  = alfa2num( Q1006, Q1007, "A" );  { pipe }
    V463C  = alfa2num( Q1006, Q1007, "B" );  { chewing tobacco }
    V463D  = alfa2num( Q1006, Q1007, "C" );  { snuff }
    V463E  = notappl;                        { !! CS }
    V463F  = notappl;                        { !! CS }
    V463G  = notappl;                        { !! CS }
    V463X  = alfa2num( Q1006, Q1007, "X" );  { other }
    V463Z  = ( Q1004 <> 1 & Q1006 <> 1 );    { smokes nothing }
    if Q1004 = missing & Q1006 = missing then
      V463Z = missing
    endif;
    V464 = Q1005;[/code]

The smoking variables you refer to Q1602 through Q1606 from the woman's questionnaire can be found in the datasets below which differ from the Indonesia DHS 2012 recode data file. They are part of the Young Adult Survey. Start by looking at AY503 which represents both men and women. There should also be a sex variable to help you identify gender.
Indonesia: Special, 2012
idod6b.zip 5.48 MB Hierarchical ASCII data (.dat)
idod6bdt.zip 5.41 MB Stata dataset (.dta)
idod6bfl.zip 5.99 MB Flat ASCII data (.dat)
idod6bsd.zip 8.17 MB SAS dataset (.sd2)
idod6bsv.zip 6.20 MB SPSS dataset (.sav)

Even though the question(s) appears in the woman's questionnaire for the Indonesia DHS 2012 survey, Those questions Q1602 through Q1606 were only asked of women 15-24 and never married. All other women skipped out of this section.
Q1201 15-24 Q1202 Never Married. If they are 25 or older and if they have been formerly married/lived with a man they skip out to Q1733.
For the men, the questions came out of the Never-Married questionnaire for men which appears at the end of the report "Indonesia Demographic and Health Survey: 2012 Adolescent Reproductive Health" report. This report is on our website http:// dhsprogram.com/publications/publication-FR281-Other-Final-Re ports.cfm

HH/woman/man
HH:
QH101 How often does anyone smoke inside your house? Would you say daily, weekly, monthly, less than monthly, or never?
Woman:
Q1004 Do you currently smoke cigarettes?
Q1005 In the last 24 hours, how many cigarettes did you smoke?
Q1006 Do you currently smoke or use any (other) type of tobacco?
Q1007 What (other) type of tobacco do you currently smoke or use?
Q1602 Have you ever tried to smoke a cigarette?
Q1603 How old were when you smoked a cigarette for the first time?
Q1604 How old were you when you started smoking fairly regularly?
Q1605 Have you ever asked/influenced a friend/someone to smoke?
Q1606 Have you ever asked/influenced a friend/someone not to smoke?
Man:
QM808 Do you currently smoke cigarettes?
QM809 In the last 24 hours, how many cigarettes did you smoke?
QM810 Do you currently smoke or use any (other) type of tobacco?
QM811 What (other) type of tobacco do you currently smoke or use?

Youth (males only) Never Married Men Questionnaire
5. SMOKING, DRINKING AND DRUGS
QY501 Do you currently smoke cigarettes?
QY502 How old were when you smoked a cigarette for the first time?
QY503 How old were you when you started smoking fairly regularly?
QY504 Do you currently smoke or use any (other) type of tobacco?
QY505 In the last 24 hours, how many cigarettes did you smoke?
QY506 Have you ever tried to smoke a cigarette?
QY507 What (other) type of tobacco do you currently smoke or use?
QY508 Have you ever asked/influenced a friend/someone to smoke?
QY509 Have you ever asked/influenced a friend/someone not to smoke?
[/code]

If you have additional questions, please feel free to post again.
Thank you!
Re: Indonesian smoking status [message #5529 is a reply to message #5523] Wed, 03 June 2015 11:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
nando
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Registered: June 2015
Location: Indonesia
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thank you RHS and Liz.
i thng the questioner number 1602-1606 was asked to all respondents. Actually i'm wrong.

Maybe i can't continue my research, cause the data of smoking mother can be a survival anlysis.
Thank you for your help guys.


Sincerely,

nando
Re: Indonesian smoking status [message #5540 is a reply to message #5529] Wed, 03 June 2015 15:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
user-rhs is currently offline  user-rhs
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Nando,
Have you tried looking at the Indonesia Family Life Survey? Here's the link to the website: http://www.rand.org/labor/FLS/IFLS/ifls4.html IFLS collects information on tobacco use (see buku IIIb) and pregnancy hx (buku IV). One drawback of IFLS data is that they are not as clean and ready to use as DHS data. There is a lot of data management to be done before you can get a working dataset (you may need to go back to earlier datasets for complete birth hx), but the data are quite rich. A colleague told me that IFLS5, being collected now, should be released sometime next year. The most recent wave was from 2007. IFLS East, collected on Eastern Indonesia in 2012, is now available via the Survey Meter website (link: http://surveymeter.org/research/3/the-indonesia-family-life- survey-east-ifls-east)

HTH,
RHS
Re: Indonesian smoking status [message #5553 is a reply to message #5540] Thu, 04 June 2015 21:23 Go to previous message
nando
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Registered: June 2015
Location: Indonesia
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thank you RHS.
i think, i'll try use the data later.
Thnkz for your suggestion RHS.



Sincerely,


Nando
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