Australian Bureau of Statistics
1136.0 - Directory of Education and Training Statistics, 2004
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Children's Participation in Culture and Leisure Activities Survey
Australian Bureau of Statistics 2004, Children's Participation in Culture and Leisure Activities, Australia, April 2003 (cat. no. 4901.0), ABS, Canberra.
Australian Bureau of Statistics 2001, Children's Participation in Culture and Leisure Activities, Australia, April 2000 (cat. no. 4901.0), ABS, Canberra.
The August 2000 issue of Use of the Internet by Householders, Australia (cat. no. 8147.0) included a feature article on 'Use of computers and internet by children' from the 2000 Survey of Children's Participation in Culture and Leisure Activities.
Unpublished data is available to meet specific user requests.
The April survey was released in the following January.
Characteristics of children
Country of birth of child
Sex of child
Age of child
Characteristics of parents
Labour force status of parents
Country of birth of parents
Characteristics of families
State or territory of usual residence
Area of usual residence
Region of usual residence
Selected organised cultural activities
Organised sport (includes a breakdown of sports)
Selected leisure activities
Computer and Internet activity
Location where accessed computer/internet
Activities using a computer at home or Computer activities at home
Activities using the Internet at home or Internet activities at home
Frequency of computer/internet use
Other data items may be available on request.
The survey is conducted in both urban and rural areas in all States and Territories, but excludes children living in certain remote and sparsely settled parts of Australia. The exclusion of these children only has a minor impact on any aggregate estimates that are produced for individual States and Territories, with the exception of the Northern Territory.
METHOD OF COLLECTION
Supplementary survey to the Labour Force Survey. This information is obtained from any responsible adult in the household who is asked to respond on behalf of the children in the household by trained interviewers.
TIMING OF COLLECTION
Twelve months ending April.
Frequency of Collection
It is planned that the next survey will be collected as a supplement to the 2006 Labour Force Survey.
Two minor changes were made to the survey's content between 2000 and 2003.
Prior to 2000, data on children's participation in organised sporting activities was collected in 1996-97 and 1997-98 using the Population Survey Monitor. Data on access to and use of computers and the internet by people aged 5 years and over were collected on the Population Survey Monitor between 1998 and 2000. Data from this survey can be found in the feature article on 'Frequent home computer users aged 5 years and over' in the 1998 issue of Household Use of Information Technology, Australia (Cat. no. 8146.0).
Comparisons are not possible between these collections and the Survey of Children's Participation in Culture and Leisure Activities because of different questions asked and different collection methodologies
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