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Family ID

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

Respondent's ID Number (MSM) - # same in family except female ends with 1 and male ends with 0

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

GENDER OF PARTICIPANT

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

SECTION OF UNITED STATES .

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

REGION-LINEARIZED

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

DOES RESPONDENT WORK

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

HOURS WORKED PER WEEK

"How many hours per week do you usually work at this job?" (if varies ask for the usual range)

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

TIME IN JOB (months)

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

TIME IN POSITION (months)

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

DEFINITION OF UNIT OF WORK

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

OWNERSHIP 2-WAY

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

RISK OF LOSS OF JOB OR BUSINESS "As things look now, how likely is it that you could be laid off from your job in the next year or so because of a cutback in the number of people your (firm/organization/department) employs?"

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES IN FIRM <9-WAY> "How many people worked for the entire (firm/organization/department/agency/farm/practice)?

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

COMPLEXITY OF DATA

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

COMPLEXITY OF THINGS

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

COMPLEXITY OF PEOPLE

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

OVERALL COMPLEXITY

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

SUPERVISOR'S SEX

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

SUPERVISOR'S POSITION

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

FREE TO DISAGREE WITH BOSS "How free do you feel to disagree with (him/her- the person who has most control)?

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

BOSS DETERMINES SPEED YOU WORK "Is the speed at which you work controlled mostly by you, your boss or supervisor, your work group, the speed of machinery with which you work, or what?

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

CLOSENESS OF SUPERVISION RAW "How closely does (he/she- the person who has most control) supervise you?"

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

BOSS TELLS WHAT TO DO "When (he/she- the person who has most control) wants you to do something, does (he/she) usually just tell you to do it, does (he/she) usually discuss it with you, or is it about half and half?"

Taken from: Follow-up 1974 Survey of a Representative Sample of Men Employed in Civilian Occupations in the United States in 1964, and Initial Survey of Their Wives.

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