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Correlational findings

Study Brinkerhoff et al. (1997): study IN Other place in India 1996

Public:
Adult, general public, poor rural village, Barasi, India 1991
Sample:
Respondents:
N = 234
Non Response:
0
Assessment:
Questionnaire: paper

Correlate

Authors's Label
Perceived family needs: Food
Our Classification
Remarks
Items for pairwise comparison were slected by participant observation and open interviews
Distribution
0: 1,68%; 1: 7,7%; 2: 36,3%; 3: 36,3%;
M: 19,7%
Operationalization
Family needs prioritized by Paired Comparisons.Out of four basic needs.
Ss were asked to compare two at a time and to select, which they sought 'their family needs most'
Items were:
-food
-health
-employment
-leisure
This leads to six pairs of comparisons.
Score pro need can be:
0. not mentioned
1. once
2. twice
3. three times
Needs index is the mean number of times an item is chosen.

Observed Relation with Happiness

Happiness Measure Statistics Elaboration / Remarks M-FH-?-sq-f-7-a r = -.15 p < .05 O-SLu-?-sq-l-5-a r = -.14 p < .05