3 edition of Income and expenditure patterns of urban Black households in Johannesburg found in the catalog.
Income and expenditure patterns of urban Black households in Johannesburg
J. H. Martins
1976 by Bureau of Market Research, University of South Africa in Pretoria .
Written in English
|Statement||by J. H. Martins.|
|Series||Research report - University of South Africa, Bureau of Market Research ; no. 50.3, Research report (University of South Africa. Bureau of Market Research) ;, no. 50.|
|LC Classifications||HC517.S7 S48 no. 50, pt. 3, HD7064.4 S48 no. 50, pt. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
|LC Control Number||77367715|
Staff enumerators had, since the news article, found that people became unwilling to supply information because the image of the organization had been tarnished. Data were collected on monthly household expenditure on food and non food items. This would ensure that they remained committed by showing them how the survey would benefit their particular community. Furthermore, the results in table 2 showed that This study aims to identify environmental, socio-economic and demographic household-level risk factors for self-harm in five impoverished urban communities in Johannesburg, South Africa. Rises in black unemployment and in black wages have had inequality-inducing effects on black incomes.
Mr Cassim replied that SSA captured the amounts that were paid by the customer. Mr Cassim went through the graphs dealing with expenditure patterns in the country. Results A total of 2 household interviews were conducted from to The remaining expenditures made up roughly 30 percent of total spending: personal insurance and pensions, healthcare, entertainment, cash contributions, apparel, and education, in addition to personal care, tobacco, alcohol, reading, and miscellaneous expenditures.
It was not possible to provide this information based on this survey. View Chart Data The average Black household contains 2. Mr Cassim said that this was irrelevant, as the focus of the survey was on income and spending in South Africa. He listed the key role players in the environment in which they operated.
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Mr Cassim responded that these factors did not contribute to the decrease in food expenditure in any significant way. View Chart Data Comparisons Income and expenditure patterns of urban Black households in Johannesburg book low-income and high-income households Before comparing low-income and high-income Black households, these groups needed to be defined.
Limitations of the survey related to the sample chosen or the methods used, but still met the objectives it sought to achieve. The estimate of regression coefficient of household size and income were Moreover, most low-income Blacks rented their living quarters. In they had used the mortgage payments, which was unreliable.
Noel - Bureau of Labor Statistics Household spending data can offer great insight on how households choose and prioritize their wants and needs. Collection of qualitative data involved normative elements and required normative judgments, which were not in the scope of this research institution. This was because although absolute poverty decreased, these periods also presented great opportunities for highly skilled people.
It could also be due to the differences resulting from use of recall and diary methods. Mr Lehohla responded that they had to express the limitations of the study in a way which did not harm the credibility of the study.
Data on income distribution remain scarce, so that it remains difficult to obtain the full picture about changes in income distribution. Pakistan J. In Latin America the Gini coefficient Income and expenditure patterns of urban Black households in Johannesburg book 0, 7 while it was 0, 4- 0, 5 in developed countries.
The team worked very hard to ensure that the survey was of a good quality and the problems arose simply from the nature of data collection. The objectives were to: i assess the household food expenditure in Benue State and its implication on food security status ii identify and assess determinants that influence household food demand iii analyze the determinants of food security of households in the study area.
The Hosmer-Lemeshow chi square statistics was non significant at [x. He said that knowledge had to be made freely accessible to everyone at the same time so that it did not affect the markets. Mr Johnson referred to the fact that rich people often hid information on additional income and assets.
Nigeria Strategy for Food and Nutrition Security. The aim of the HEAD study is to monitor changes in living conditions and health status in five sentinel sites over a year period from to He said that if inaccurate information were obtained in this survey, it would mean that this information would be relied upon in future.
Similarly, the rural suicide rates in these countries are higher than the urban rates whereas in high-income countries the urban rural difference varies over time.
Table 3 summarizes factors influencing households' food demand. This would ensure that they remained committed by showing them how the survey would benefit their particular community.Mar 20, · This is the questionnaire for expenditure on and consumption of individual items Description This document, referred to by Statistic SA as the Summary Questionnaire, is the enumerator's manual to assist enumerators in the survey in using the Classification of Individual Consumption by Purpose (COICOP) coding for expenditure listed in the weekly.
Changing patterns of South African income distribution: Towards time series estimates of distribution and poverty1 incomes of the poorest 40 percent of black households dropped by more than 20 per cent, while or because total expenditure and total income differ (after allowing for savings.
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