The Resource Eurobarometer 64.4: Mental Well-Being, Telecommunications, Harmful Internet Content, and Farm Animal Welfare, December 2005-January 2006

Eurobarometer 64.4: Mental Well-Being, Telecommunications, Harmful Internet Content, and Farm Animal Welfare, December 2005-January 2006

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Eurobarometer 64.4: Mental Well-Being, Telecommunications, Harmful Internet Content, and Farm Animal Welfare, December 2005-January 2006
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Eurobarometer 64.4: Mental Well-Being, Telecommunications, Harmful Internet Content, and Farm Animal Welfare, December 2005-January 2006
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This round of Eurobarometer surveys diverged from the standard Eurobarometer measures and queried respondents on their opinions regarding mental well-being, telecommunications, harmful Internet content, and farm animal welfare. The first topic covered physical and mental well-being. Respondents were asked (1) about the state of their mental well-being over the previous four weeks, and the degree to which health concerns limited daily moderate physical activities, (2) about the effects of physical health and emotional problems on regular activities, (3) whether they were treated for mental illnesses, how often they sought help for mental problems, and where they turned to get support, (4) how easy or difficult they found acquiring information about mental health problems, and (5) how Europeans perceived people with a mental illness. The second topic addressed the access and use of telecommunications. Respondents were queried as to whether they used a fixed telephone, mobile telephone, computer, the Internet, or television in the household, what operator and company they used to provide the services, whether they considered changing providers, and their main reasons for changing. The third topic focused on the respondents' knowledge of and opinions about harmful Internet content. Respondents answered questions concerning Internet use and safety for their children and procedures for reporting illegal and harmful content. The final topic, farm animal welfare, included questions on food purchases, food consumption, and respondents' knowledge of and opinions about the welfare of farm animals. Background information includes respondent's age, gender, nationality, origin of birth (personal and parental), marital status, left-to-right political self-placement, occupation, age when they stopped full-time education, household composition, and region of residence
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  • Papacostas, Antonis
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Eurobarometer 64.4: Mental Well-Being, Telecommunications, Harmful Internet Content, and Farm Animal Welfare, December 2005-January 2006
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  • 2005-12-07--2006-01-11
  • 4667
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ICPSR04667.v2
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Eurobarometer 64.4: Mental Well-Being, Telecommunications, Harmful Internet Content, and Farm Animal Welfare, December 2005-January 2006
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  • 2005-12-07--2006-01-11
  • 4667
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ICPSR04667.v2
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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