Youth Transitions and Their Family-household Contexts in the South Caucasus

Country: Georgia
Funder: INTAS
Dates: September 2006 - June 2009
Project objective: To study youth transitions and their family-household contexts in the South Caucasus. The focus was on collecting detailed data on employment, education, housing, family and leisure histories.
Research design: The South Caucasus Life History survey sample was young people born between 1970 and 1976 (about 400 respondents per country). The samples in each country were equally divided between the capital cities (Baku, Tbilisi and Yerevan) and specimen non-capital regions - Aran-Mugan in Azerbaijan, Kotayk in Armenia and Shida Kartli in Georgia. The main survey was complemented by in-depth, open-ended, follow-up interviews with up to eight respondents per country.
Output: Papers; Report; Dataset; Questionnaire