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Reference for the assignment and codification SPIRAL

This part of wiki gathers pages linked with codification : assignments of criteria, evaluation of expressions..., proper to the SPIRAL typology.

Summary of the codification

General presentation

The SPIRAL codification of the well-being criteria comes from successive works of classification of the well-being and ill-being criteria expressed by the citizens into the homogeneous groups. It aims to :

  1. help the citizens and local actors (multi-stakeholders plate-form) to produce synthesises leading to understand the expression of the well-being in a territory;
  2. build progress indicators in the well-being field for the purpose of investigations (the definition of the significations' scale is made from the codification of the criteria -see the methodological guide 2010, fourth part);
  3. make global synthesis and statistico-semantic analysis very specific of the citizen's voice (for example to re-think public policies).

To answer to these three objectives, the codification has to follow the principle of the absence of ambiguity : each code matches one and only one semantic signification (which has two "sides": one positive and one negative, see below) and for each semantic signification there's only one code. Each top-level code expresses a general semantic signification which corresponds to a level of generality. For example A means "access to essentiel resources" A01 "access to food", A01/P "not having access to food", A01/P15 "can't have access to food due to lack of financial means", A01-11/P15 "can't eat bread due to lack of financial means", A01-11/P15/k "can't give bread to my children due to lack of financial means".

We see in this exemple that the code of one well/ill-being criteria is composed by 3 subcodes separated by "/" : the subcode object, the subcode sense, the subcode beneficiary (see below). When climbing a level of generality in the object and meaning code "0" are used and "i" for the beneficiary code. For example A00-00/O-00/i is the same as A00 or A, which means "access to essentiel resources", A01-00/i00/i is the same as A01 etc. .

Important note:

  1. Don't confuse semantic signification and linguistic expression; often semantic significations can be expressed in several ways (for example "to have a job", "not being unemployed", "have work" are linguistic expressions which have the same semantic signification). Also, for the treatment of the well-being criteria a generic term representing the most simple, clear, and universally shared expression has to be found for each code.
  2. Any criteria has two opposite meanings: positive (which corresponds to the well-being) and negative (which corresponds to the ill-being). Also here, do not confuse positive or negative significance with positive or negative expression/syntax, - for example to be hungry is positive by the syntax but has a negative significance (ill-being).
  3. Positive significance and negative significance are inseparable in the criteria, as the two faces of one coin (see the guide 2010). That is why any code refers to both meanings. The generic expression chosen is positive except for the codes "P" and "O" to help with the construction of surveys.
  4. A criterion of well or ill-being is, in general, formulated with a infinitive verb, expressing a level of natural abstraction, in response to the 3 questions. Nevertheless for the needs of the surveys, we use the first person of the present simple. For the generic expression used in many criteria to fit the generic expression of the proposal, that we find in the surveys, we change the wording: "to have friends" become "I have friends".

Subcode object

The object code is what the criterion speaks about : food, drink, employment, family life, social cohesion.

  1. It includes a simple level, with a letter and two figures (= the component) :
    • There are 9 dimensions
    • The dimension = a capital letter (such as A, the dimension for access to essentiel resources)
    • The component = dimension's letter + two figures: A02: medicines, care)
  2. It includes also an advanced level with a subcode:
    • The component + two figures : A02-74: "Health care facilities"

Subcode meaning

The meaning code is the way we talk about an object : access to the object, quality of the object, sustainability, etc.

  1. It includes a simple level : a letter : R, P, O, Q or S
    • Any meaning code is resumed in five categories
  2. It includes also an advanced level
    • To the category we add two figures : O21 (here in this exemple it means that "there's not enough of the object")

As a result, combined with an object : A02-74 O21 : criteria "To set more equipment to the hospital"

Under-code beneficiary

The beneficiary code answers the question "For who"

  1. It includes a group of letters
  • i = Individual or indetermined (we assume that by default the beneficiary is the individual who outlines the criterion) ;
  • ne = Unemployed people

Proposition system

There is a system of a unique proposition for each combination of these three codes.

List of the codes

Simple codification (for the facilitators)

Component

Filtres
CODEDescription enDescription fr
E09Scientific and medical research, technological, scientifical innovations, scientifical and technical means for the well-being, bioethics, scientifical progress, new technologies

Recherche scientifique et médicale, innovations technologiques et scientifiques, moyens pour le bien-être scientifiques et techniques, bioethique, progrès scientifique, nouvelles technologies ,

F00Having a balance or lack of balance in one's life in general, feeling that one fits in/feeling lostAvoir une vie équilibrée ou déséquilibrée en général, s'y retrouver / être perdu,
F01Good or ill-health, illness, sleep, rest/fatigue, overweight, drug addiction, mental disorders (depression, anorexia, etc) memoryBonne ou mauvaise santé, maladie, sommeil, repos/fatigue, surpoids, toxicomanie, maladies mentales (dépression, anorexie?), mémoire,
F02Freedom of thought, of choice, of action, independence/disability; physical abilities, intellectual facultiesLiberté de pensée, de choix, d'action ; indépendance / handicap ; capacités physiques, facultés intellectuelles,
F03Being available to help/having too much to do; having spare time for oneself; timetable; balance/organisation of activities; daily routine; working timeÊtre disponible/avoir trop de tâches ; avoir du temps libre, pour soi ; emploi du temps ; équilibre/organisation des activités ; rythme de la journée ; temps de travail, temps de famille,
F04Depression, general discomfort/enjoying living; mood (anger, joy); motivation; happy with one's lotDéprime, malaise / plaisir de vivre ; humeur (colère, gaieté) ; motivation ; être en accord avec soi, être bien dans sa peau,
F05Personal beliefs, faith, religious practicesCroyances personnelles, foi, pratiques religieuses,
F06Relations with others, views of others, social status, ability to express oneself; charisma, shynessRegard des autres ; statut social ; capacité à s'exprimer ; charisme/timidité, se sentir utile, se sentir en compétition,
F07
F08Personal self-fulfilment; success/failure; taking enjoyment in life; creativityÉpanouissement personnel ; réussite/échec ; aimer la vie ; créativité, projet de vie,
G00Feelings linked to good/bad news; happiness/unhappiness, bereavementSentiments liés aux bonnes/mauvaises nouvelles : bonheur/malheur, deuil
G01Liking oneself, self-esteem/lack of self-esteem; self-confidence; self-imageS'aimer, se (dé)plaire ; confiance en soi ; image de soi,
G02Disappointment/satisfaction; regret/contentmentDéception/satisfaction ; regret/contentement,
G03Peace of mind, calmness/fear of the future, of time passing, of the unknownSérénité, tranquillité / peur de l'avenir, du temps qui passe, de l'inconnu
G04Upset/composure, calmness; excess of responsibilities/peaceful lifeTracas/quiétude, sérénité au présent, excès de responsabilités/vie dans le calme,
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Categories

Filtres
CODECategory frCategory endernière modif.
R--OppositionOpposition2012-05-17 15:43
P--PossibilitéPossibility2012-05-17 15:44
O--ObtentionAttainment2012-05-17 15:44
Q--QualitéQuality2012-05-17 15:44
S--SoutenabilitéSustainability2012-05-17 15:44

Advanced codification (Dynamisors, researchers)

Object code

Filtres
IndicatorObject CodeDescription FRDescription ENdernière modif.
B07B07-50INDUSTRIE2014-03-10 14:38
B07B07-41Moyens de transport2014-03-10 14:38
B07B07-40COMMERCIALISATION2014-03-10 14:38
B07B07-352014-03-10 14:38
B07B07-34Infrastructures vente2014-03-10 14:38
B07B07-32Appareils de pêche2014-03-10 14:38
B07B07-31Bateaux de pèche2014-03-10 14:38
B07B07-28Infrastructures fermières2014-03-10 14:38
B07B07-27Machines agricoles2014-03-10 14:38
B07B07-26Soins (vétérinaires, etc)2014-03-10 14:38
B07B07-25Techniques génétiques pour les animaux2014-03-10 14:38
B07B07-23Volailles2014-03-10 14:38
B07B07-21Porcin2014-03-10 14:38
B07B07-192014-03-10 14:38
B07B07-182014-03-10 14:38
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Meaning code

Filtres
CODESGeneric Expression FRGeneric Expression ENdernière modif.
P10Je ne peux pas obtenir X2013-01-23 09:16
P11X n’existe pas, les conditions n’existent pas2012-08-13 13:43
P12Obstacle physique, matériel, inaccessibilité de X ou X existant insuffisant pour y avoir accès2012-08-13 13:43
P13obstacle légal, politique : je n’ai pas droit à X/ Mon droit n’est pas reconnu2012-08-13 13:43
P14Obstacle sociétal : discrimination, exclusion dans l’accès à X.2012-08-13 13:43
P15Obstacle financier ou en termes de ressources disponibles: moyens trop faibles pour avoir X.2012-08-13 13:43
P16Je n’ai même pas accès aux aides publiques d’urgence de compensation 2012-08-13 13:43
P17Absence de base pour l’action : ni motivation, ni intérêt, ni valeurs, ni règles d’action2012-08-13 13:43
P18Incapacité personnelle d’avoir X/ de s’adapter par soi-même/ manque de chance2012-08-13 13:43
P19Je ne fais rien ou fais l’inverse de ce qu’il faudrait faire pour avoir X2012-08-13 13:43
P20J’ai perdu toute possibilité d’obtenir X.(Avoir)2012-08-13 13:43
P21Je n’ai jamais eu X ou l’ai totalement perdu ou été rejeté de X2012-08-13 13:43
P22J’ai perdu l’opportunité d’avoir X et je ne l’aurai plus2012-08-13 13:43
P23Quelque chose a fait que mon X s’est totalement dégradé/cassé/Vivre en violence.2012-08-13 13:43
P24Le X que j’ai ou auquel je pourrais avoir accès est régulièrement ou en permanence dégradé / sans résultat.2012-08-13 13:43

Beneficiary code

Filtres
Beneficiary CodeDescription FRDescription EN
iindividu ou indéfini (dans ce cas on suppose qu’il s’agit de l’interlocuteur)
yadultes
jjeunes, étudiants
kenfants (kinder) /alunos/fihos
lpersonnes âgées (elder people)
mfemmes
mvfemmes veuves
msfemmes seules avec des enfants.
nnon favorisé
nfnon finances, pauvres
ninon indépendants, toxico-alcooliques.
nasans abris
nepersonnes sans emploi
nsnon santé, malades
ncpersonnes handicapées en général
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Steps of the construction of a generic indicator (attribution / synthèse)

  • Dimension (ex : A or I)
  • Component (ex : A00 or I12)
  • Category (ex : R--, P--, O--, Q--, S--)

-> Empirical redaction of the proposals It is possible to write the proposals in an empirical way by poll criteria synthesis.

  • Meaning code level 1 = Category
  • Meaning code level 2 - Major types (Indiv Conditions, Indiv Forms, Indiv Effects, Soc Conditions, Soc Forms, Soc Effects)
  • Meaning code level 2 - Characteristics by major type

-> Systematized writing of the proposals A first systematized generic writing by combined Components and Sense-Code is done (Aissata's work). =>Set of generic proposals

  • Object code objet level 1 = Component
  • Object code objet level 2 = Sub-component
  • Object code objet level 3 = detail
  • Beneficiary code

-> Details of the proposals It is then possible to finalize the proposal in completing the generic proposals thanks to the object code.

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