This manual is concerned with sampling issues arising in the context of household-based child labour surveys or, more generally, of surveys dealing with work-related activities of children living in private households.
Published jointly with UNICEF. Addresses researchers wishing to explore mechanisms, causes and consequences of child labour, especially in its worst forms, through qualitative methods.
Complements other SIMPOC manuals. Contains a complete self-contained and PowerPoint-based training kit for practitioners in the areas of child labour data collection, processing, analysis and reporting.
Provides guidance on how to analyse child labour survey data and prepare structured national reports. Contains illustrative examples from surveys around the world and a large number of dummy tables.
Presents a detailed introduction to different data collection methods in the area of child labour. Includes household-based national child labour surveys; establishment surveys; rapid assessments; school surveys; street children and baseline surveys. Comprehensively covers survey planning; questionnaire design; sampling issues; data collection; processing questions; and data analysis.
Addresses survey planners, data processors and computer system administrators. Provides detailed guidelines with respect to data processing, data processing activities and the storage of files.