Australian Bureau of Statistics
2901.0 - Census Dictionary, 2011
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Relationship in Household (including grandchildren) (RLGP)
Describes the relationship of each person in a family to the family reference person or, where a person is not part of a family, that person's relationship to the household reference person. For the purposes of the variable, grandchildren including those aged 15 years and over are classified as a child.
This variable differs from RLHP (Relationship in Household) in that it recognises grandchildren as a child type, regardless of age. Grandparent-grandchild relationships are recognised as a parent-child relationship rather than an 'other family' type relationship.
This variable can only be used in conjunction with other related grandparent/grandchild classifications such as FMGF Grandparent Families and CTGP Child Type (including grandchildren). It cannot be used with standard family classifications.
Data for this variable are available upon request only.
See also Child Type (including grandchildren) (CTGP), Grandparent Families (FMGF).
This page last updated 20 May 2011
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