Population by familytype[BEEFAM1]
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Information

Unit
persons
Contact
Lars Pedersen, LARP@stat.gl
Latest update
2/9/2018
Next update
2/9/2019
Creation date
8/15/2016
Source
Statistics Greenland
Matrix
BEXFAM1
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Footnotes

Families are defined within a household. A household consists of all persons who share the same address with no regards to other
possible relationships between them.

The composition of a family is determined by the relationship between the residents of the same household. A family thus comprises of one or more
persons in a household that can be linked to each other through marriage, parenthood or kinship. A household may consist of several families, but
families can in reverse not have members from more than one household.
A family consists of one or more persons who live in the same registered address. A family consists of a single person or a couple with or
without children. A family includes, in some cases all persons in a household, while other households divided into several families.
Registetred partners are not calculated separately, and are calculated as married.
time
April 4th 2018 Tables from prior to this date slightly overestimates number of total households by 100
type of family
A family consists of one or more persons living at the same registered address. A family consists of a single person or a couple with or without children. A family includes, in some cases all persons in a household, while other households divided into several families.
type of family
Families can be divided into three main types:
1. Couples
2. Singles
3. Child below 18 years not living with parents.
type of family
For couples and singles a family can consist of one or more children (0-17 years) or youth living at home (18-24 years).
A family consists of no more than two generations. If three generations living together, it will be counted as two or more families.
type of address
An address can comprise a conventional dwelling or institutions such as colleges, retirement homes and orphanages. In addition to ordinary housing and institutions some addresses are used administratively to register non-residents. This to register homeless, persons working on ships or staff at stations.
type of family
Child living with parent
Children are characterized as they:
- Are under 18
- Never married
- Do not have children themselves
- Is not part of a cohabiting / cohabiting couples
Child living with parent
Children living at home lives at the sam
e address as at least one parents. If a child does not share the address with at least
one parent the child is regarded as not living at home. These children will often be living with other close relatives, in foster care,
or living in a social insti
tution or college.
Grown up living with parent
18-24 year-olds who apart from age fulfills all conditions for being children living at home. They are counted as part of their parents family as youth.