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Prior to each round of data collection, a unique number was assigned to villages that existed within the 1984 Nang Rong district boundary.  In each of the survey years, this unique number became the village identifier variable... more

Each household received two household identifiers.  The first identifier was assigned by an interviewer within the household’s respective village on the compiled household list for the village (Form H).  This identifier is only unique in combination with the village identifier of the household... more


The individual identifiers within a specific household, or CEP codes, were assigned by interviewers during the administration of the questionnaire form that contained the household roster (Form A in 1984 and Forms 1-3 in 1994 and 2000)... more
Migrant Follow-Up

The Migrant Follow-Up Surveys in 1994 and 2000 have their own set of identifiers that point to the household of the migrant, the individual migrant and the migrant's origin village... more


To uniquely identify a person using the original identifier schemes in the Nang Rong Projects data archive usually requires a combination of identifiers, which might include the village number and/or household identifier plus an individual's CEP code from the household roster... more

Beyond the basic identifiers, there are other identifiers that point to levels of analysis including person years and plots... more 

  Last Modified: 05/06/2005 UNC Carolina Population Center