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Name
Label/Question

Interview number [V1]

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

Date of interview [V2]

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

Respondent's cooperation [V3]

262. Respondent's cooperation was:

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

Others present at interview: No one [V4]

263. Other persons present at interview were:

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

Others present at interview: Children under 6 [V4]

263. Other persons present at interview were:

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

Others present at interview: Older children [V4]

263. Other persons present at interview were:

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

Others present at interview: Husband [V4]

263. Other persons present at interview were:

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

Others present at interview: Other relatives [V4]

263. Other persons present at interview were:

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

Others present at interview: Other adults [V4]

263. Other persons present at interview were:

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

Quality of interview [V5]

264. Is this interview of questionable quality, generally adequate or high quality?

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

Why questionable quality: Spoke poor English [V6]

265. (IF "QUESTIONABLE QUALITY") Reason for this:

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

Why questionable quality: Evasive/suspicious [V6]

265. (IF "QUESTIONABLE QUALITY") Reason for this:

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

Why questionable quality: Drunk/mentally disturbed [V6]

265. (IF "QUESTIONABLE QUALITY") Reason for this:

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

Why questionable quality: Poor hearing/vision [V6]

265. (IF "QUESTIONABLE QUALITY") Reason for this:

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

Why questionable quality: Low intelligence [V6]

265. (IF "QUESTIONABLE QUALITY") Reason for this:

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

Why questionable quality: Confused by interruptions [V6]

265. (IF "QUESTIONABLE QUALITY") Reason for this:

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

Why questionable quality: Bored/uninterested [V6]

265. (IF "QUESTIONABLE QUALITY") Reason for this:

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

Why questionable quality: Too shy/embarrassed [V6]

265. (IF "QUESTIONABLE QUALITY") Reason for this:

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

County code [V7]

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

Size of place of residence [V8]

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

Region of residence [V9]

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

Racial composition of neighborhood [V10]

261. Is this neighborhood white, Negro, or mixed?

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

State respondent lived in growing up [V11]

143. When you were growing up (6-16) in what state or country did you live most of the time?

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

R living with own parents when 14 [V12]

144. When you were 14, were you living with your own mother and your own father?

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

R's mother still alive then [V13]

145. (IF "NO") Was your mother still alive at that time?

Taken from: National Fertility Survey, 1965.

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