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Name
Label/Question

Case #

Case Number

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

Hour interview began

Hour interview began

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

Morning or afternoon

Morning or afternoon

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

R's marital status

Respondent's marital status

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

Ideal # of C for average American F

We hear a lot of talk these days about the birth rate and the number of babies being born. So, to begin with, we are asking women about the number of children people have. Q.1 What do you think is the ideal number of children for the average Americ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

Ideal # of C for average American F (probe)

Q.1A IF DEPENDS, ETC: Many people feel that way, but still they have some ideas. As things are now for the average American family, how many children would you say is the ideal number? INAPPLICABLE: Q.1 answered other than "don't know" ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

Volunteered R or H sterile before M

Volunteered respondent or husband sterile before marriage

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

R & H discussed # of C before M

Q.2 Before you and Mr. (NAME OF PRESENT HUSBAND) were married, did the two of you talk about the number of children you would like to have together? INAPPLICABLE: Post-married ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

Agreement on # of C

Q.3 Did you agree or disagree on a particular number of children at that time? INAPPLICABLE: Post-married, volunteered sterility, or did not discuss number ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

# of C wanted before M

Q.3A IF AGREE: How many was that? INAPPLICABLE: Post-married, volunteered sterility, did not discuss number or did not agree

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

# of C H wanted

Q.3B IF DISAGREE: How many did he want? INAPPLICABLE: Post-married, volunteered sterility, did not discuss number or agreed on number

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

# of C R wanted

Q.3C If DISAGREE: How many did you want?/Q.3D IF ONE OR BOTH UNDECIDED: Did you have a number in mind, did your husband have a number in mind, or were you both undecided? INAPPLICABLE: Post-married, volunteered sterility, did not discuss number, a... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

which S had #

Q.3D(1) IF ONE OR BOTH UNDECIDED: How many did (you/he) want? INAPPLICABLE: Post-married, volunteered sterility

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

# H/W wanted

Q.4 Well, before you were married to Mr. (NAME OF PRESENT HUSBAND), did you have an idea of the number of children you would like to have? INAPPLICABLE: Post-married, volunteered sterility, did not discuss number, agreed or disagreed on number ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

Did R have # of C

PMQ.4 [Before you were married to Mr. (LAST HUSBAND)/Before you had any children], did you have any idea of the number of children you would like to have? INAPPLICABLE: Volunteered sterility or discussed number ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

# of C R wanted before M

Q.4A IF YES: How many was that? INAPPLICABLE: Volunteered sterility, discussed number, or did not have a number

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

# of C born to R's mother

Q.5 How many babies were born to your mother altogether, including any who died after birth?

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

R's B date: mm and yy

Q.6 When were you born (month and year)?

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

R's B date: dd of mm

Q.6 When were you born (day of month)?

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

mm mother born

Q.7 In what month and year was your mother born? INAPPLICABLE: Case number odd, used pink show cards

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

# C born to H's mother

Q.8 And Mr. (NAME OF PRESENT HUSBAND). How many babies were born to his mother altogether, including any who dies after birth? PMQ.8 And Mr. (NAME OF LAST HUSBAND). How many babies were born to his mother altogether, including any who dies after bir... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

Present (last) H's B date: mm and yy

Q.9 When was your husband born (month and year)? PMQ.9 When was Mr. (LAST HUSBAND) born (month and year)?

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

Present (last) H's B date: dd of mm

Q.9 When was your husband born (day of month)? PMQ.9 When was Mr. (LAST HUSBAND) born (day of month)?

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

Has R been married before

Q.10 Have you ever been married before? PMQ.10 Had you ever been married before your last marriage?

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

# of times married

Q.10A IF YES: Including your present marriage, how many times have you been married? PMQ.10A IF YES: Including your last marriage, how many times have you been married? INAPPLICABLE: Single with own children or married once ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle I, 1973 - Respondent File.

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