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Label/Question
1.

Identification no.

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

2.

1978 interview month

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

3.

Interview day

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

4.

Birth month recall ability

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

5.

Birth month

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

6.

Birth year recall ability

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

7.

Birth year

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

8.

Century month of birth

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

9.

Birth Cohort

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

10.

State or foreign country of birth

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

11.

Immigration age recall ability

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

12.

Age at immigration

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

13.

1st marriage age recall ability

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

14.

Age at 1st marriage

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

15.

Q1 State/foreign country residence ages 6 to 16

Most of the time when you were growing up (between the ages of 6 and 16), where did you live - in what state or foreign country?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

16.

Q2 Urban/rural residence ages 6 to 16

Most of the time when you were growing up (between the ages of 6 and 16), did you live in a town of 2,500 or more, a town of less than 2,500, or the open country? ... (view details)

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

17.

Q3 Farm residence before marriage

Did you ever live on a farm before you were married?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

18.

Q4 Years on farm before marriage

Altogether, about how long did you live on a farm before you were married?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

19.

Q5 Lived w/both parents before marriage

Did you live with both of your parents most of the time when you were growing up, between the ages of 6 and 16?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

20.

Q6 With whom lived if not both parents

With whom did you live most of the time?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

21.

Q7 Father's state/foreign country of birth

Where was your (father/stepfather) born - in what state or foreign country?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

22.

Q14 Father's level of education

About how much regular schooling did your (father/stepfather) have?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

23.

Q15 Father's ability to read and write

Could your (father/stepfather) read and write in any language?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

24.

Q16 Mother's state/foreign country of birth

Where was your (mother/stepmother) born - in what state or foreign country?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

25.

Q17 Mother's paid employment when R aged 6 to 16

While you were growing up, between the ages of 6 and 16, did your (mother/stepmother) ever work for pay, work in a family business, or do anything to earn money either inside or outside of the home? ... (view details)

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

26.

Q18 Mother's level of education

About how much regular schooling did your (mother/stepmother) have?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

27.

Q19 Mother's ability to read and write

Could your (mother/stepmother) read and write in any language?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

28.

Q20 Mother's no. of live births

How many babies were born alive to your (mother/stepmother), including (yourself and) any babies who may have died shortly after birth?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

29.

Q21 No. of children in home when R aged 6 to 16

Most of the time when you were growing up, between the ages of 6 and 16, how many children were there living in your home? Please include yourself. ... (view details)

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

30.

Q22 No. of rooms in house when R aged 6 to 16

Thinking back to the house or apartment you lived in for the longest period of time when you were growing up (between the ages of 6 and 16), excluding bathrooms, how many rooms did that home have? ... (view details)

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

31.

Q23 Home had/inside toilet R aged 6 to 16

When you were growing up (between the ages of 6 and 16) did you family ever have: an inside toilet?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

32.

Q23 Home had/hot running water R aged 6 to 16

When you were growing up (between the ages of 6 and 16) did you family ever have: hot running water?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

33.

Q23 Did home have a telephone when R aged 6 to 16

When you were growing up (between the ages of 6 and 16) did you family ever have: a telephone?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

34.

Q23 Did home have either electric or gas lights when R aged 6 to 16

When you were growing up (between the ages of 6 and 16) did you family ever have: either electric or gas lights?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

35.

Q23 Did home have a phonograph when R aged 6 to 16

When you were growing up (between the ages of 6 and 16) did you family ever have: a phonograph?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

36.

Q23 Did home have a piano or organ when R aged 6 to 16

When you were growing up (between the ages of 6 and 16) did you family ever have: either a piano or organ?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

37.

Q23 Did home have books other than a bible when R aged 6 to 16

When you were growing up (between the ages of 6 and 16) did you family ever have: books other than a Bible?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

38.

Q24-25 R's religion when aged 6 to 16

When you were growing up, between the ages of 6 and 16, what was your religious preference? What denomination?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

39.

Q26 R's ethnic origin: 1st mentioned country

From what country did most of your ancestors come? First mentioned country

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

40.

Q26 R's ethnic origin: 2nd mentioned country

From what country did most of your ancestors come? Second mentioned country

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

41.

Q27 R's level of education completed

What was the highest grade or year of school that you completed?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

42.

Q28 R's completion of grammar school

Did you complete grammar school?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

43.

Q29 R's ability read and write

Can you read and write in any language?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

44.

Q30 Did R receive high school diploma

Did you receive a high school diploma or pass a high school equivalency test?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

45.

Q31 Received any diploma or degree

Did you receive a degree or diploma of any kind?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

46.

Q32 R's highest degree received

What was the highest degree that you received?

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

47.

Q33-34 Other training

Have you ever had any other schooling or training, such as business, secretarial, nursing, beautician school, etc.? What kind of schooling was that? ... (view details)

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

48.

Q35 Unit of time at10ded school for other training

How long did you attend (this school/these schools)? Unit of time

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

49.

No. of time units R at10ded school for other training

How long did you attend (this school/these schools)? Number of time units

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

50.

R's derived highest level of education and equivalency

Recoded education and equivalency: Highest level completed education or equivalency

Taken from: Low-Fertility Cohorts Study, 1978: A Survey of White, Ever-Married Women Belonging to the 1901-1910 United States Birth Cohorts.

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