General Social Survey – Family
1990 - 2017
The two primary objectives of the General Social Survey (GSS) are: to gather data on social trends in order to monitor changes in the living conditions and well being of Canadians over time; and to provide information on specific social policy issues of current or emerging interest. This survey monitors the changes in the structure of families with respect to marriages, common-law unions, children and fertility intentions.
|1990,1995,2001,2006,2011,2017||General Social Survey – Family|
All publications (e.g. scientific articles, reports, dissertations, theses) and presentations based on a dataset available in the RDCs should include an acknowledgement of the support provided by granting councils (SSHRC, CIHR, CFI), Statistics Canada and host university. See a sample
D.A. Brownridge, T. Taillieu, K. L. Chan, and C. Piotrowski (2021).
Understanding the elevatred prevalence of intimate partner violence in interracial relationships
Journal of Interpersonal Violence , NP3844-NP3868
Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme (2021).
The Secular Diaspora in Canada: A Research Note
Secular Studies , 141-160
Maryam Dilmaghani (2021).
Education, smoking and health: evidence from Canada
Education Economics , 490-508
Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme (2022).
Religion, Spirituality and Secularity among Millennials: The Generation Shaping American and Canadian Trends
Joel Thiessen and Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme (2021).
Nice, Tolerant, Indifferent Canadians: Religious Nones North of the 49th
Jielan Xu (2018).
A good place to age in place? Exploring the relationships between the built environment, activity participation and healthy aging
Evan Castel and Steven Farber (2017).
Benchmarking the health and public transit Connection in the GTHA: An analysis of survey microdata
Chantel Ramraj, Laleh Sadeghi, Herenia P. Lawrence, Laura Dempster, and Carlos Quiñonez (2013).
Is accessing dental care becoming more difficult? Evidence from Canada's middle-income population