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People who have a non-familial relationship.

Refer also to ‘Non-familial relationship’.

2

A sole parent is the parent in a one-parent family.

For the purposes of the census, children in...

2

This variable identifies the various sources from which an extended family received their total...

2

This variable identifies the various sources that a family received their total family income from...

2

A person with whom another person is:

  • in a registered marriage
  • in a civil union, or
  • in a...
2

People who have a familial relationship.

Refer also to ‘Familial relationship’.

2

Two people of the same sex who are in a civil union or consensual union.

2

Number of dependent children is a derived variable that identifies the number of ‘dependent...

2

The mother, father (natural, step, adopted or foster), or ‘person in a parent role’ of a ‘child in...

2

A ‘person in a parent role’ is a person who is not a mother or father (natural, step, adopted or...

2

A relationship in which a person is not related to another person by blood, registered marriage,...

2

Number of children is a derived variable that identifies the number of ‘children in a family...

2

The derived variable that classifies family nuclei according to the presence or absence of couples, ...

2

A relationship in which a person is related to another person by blood, registered marriage, civil...

2

To be a ‘child in a family nucleus’ a person must usually reside with at least one parent, and have ...

2

The length of time up to census day in completed elapsed years (including any intervening absences, ...

2

A workplace is a respondent’s place of employment.

2

Workplace address is the meshblock of the respondent’s workplace.

Refer also to ‘Meshblock’ in...

2

Year of arrival in New Zealand is the year that a respondent who was born outside of New Zealand...

2

Years at usual residence is the length of time up to the 2006 Census, expressed in completed...

2

Work and labour force status imputation supplies a value for work and labour force status, where...

2

Work and labour force status classifies people aged 15 years and over according to their inclusion...

2

The usually resident population of New Zealand who are aged 15 years and over at the time of the...

2

Usual residents in occupied dwellings are people who were enumerated in private and non-private...

2

Usual residents in private dwellings are people who were enumerated at home in a private occupied...

2