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Question 20: 19th Social Survey Questionnaire 


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How high is your expenditure for the following listed components of your living costs? How much do you pay yourself? How much do your parents or partner contribute? 
Exception: If you live with your parents, please only state how much you pay yourself. 
Question Type:
Financial situation in summer semester 2009 

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Previous Questions in Questionnaire

Question 19.1: 19th Social Survey Questionnaire 
Question Type: Open 
How much money do you have available on average per month in the summer semester 2009? 
Question 19.2: 19th Social Survey Questionnaire 
Question Type: Open 
If you receive a grant: who is the grant provider? 

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Question 21.1: 19th Social Survey Questionnaire 
Question Type: Single Choice 
Are general tuition fees also charged at your university in addition to the obligatory semester contribution (e.g. for administrative costs, student union, student body, semester transport ticket)? 

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Quantitative Data, Standardised self-administered survey 
Population: Students with german citizenship and nonmobile foreign students that have been enrolled in a state or state-recognized higher education institution in the summer semester of 2009 (not including public administration colleges, schools for distance learning ... 
Sampling Procedure: Probability Sample: Stratified Sample: Disproportional 
Field Period: May 1, 2009 - Jul 31, 2009
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