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Principal Investigator(s): Davis, James A.
This data collection is a subset of the fourth in a series of five annual surveys of the National Data Program for the Social Sciences designed and carried out over a five-year period by the National Opinion Research Center (NORC), University of Chicago. Included in this subset are items selected by the NORC staff and an advisory panel of sociologists as being "mainstream" interests of academic sociology in areas such as the family, socioeconomic status, social mobility, social control, race relations, sex relations, and morale. Variables in this subset cover opinions of gender roles, including whether women should take care of running their homes and the comparative emotional suitability of men and women for a career in politics, and views of abortion and the conditions under which it might be viewed as justified. Other variables provide information on attitudes toward such issues as pornography and its control, premarital sex, school prayers, legalization of marijuana, and several law and order issues. A major set of variables in this subset focuses on confidence in such institutions as banks, corporations, labor unions, courts, religion, the media, the professions, and several branches of government. Additional items provide information on views regarding the amount of money the United States should spend on various programs such as space exploration, defense, welfare, education, health, foreign aid, urban problems, and the environment, as well as views of other people and their motives, feelings of work satisfaction, and attitudes toward school and neighborhood racial integration, fair housing laws, interracial marriages, and race relations in general. Demographic items specify sex, race, family income, occupation, education, employment, religion, political party identification, self-perceived ideological and social class identification, region and size of place where the respondents lived, organizational membership, and respondents' family background. See the related collection, GENERAL SOCIAL SURVEY, 1975 (ICPSR 7367).
Series: Instructional Subset Series
This study is intended for instructional use, and may be subsets of the original data. Variables and/or cases may have been removed to facilitate classroom use.
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Davis, James A. ICPSR Instructional Subset: General Social Survey, 1975. ICPSR07527-v1. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 1977. http://doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR07527.v1
Persistent URL: http://doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR07527.v1
This study was funded by:
- National Science Foundation
Scope of Study
Subject Terms: abortion, data, families, government programs, government spending, instructional materials, job satisfaction, law enforcement, morale, premarital sex, public confidence, race relations, racial integration, school prayer, social mobility, social sciences, socioeconomic status
Geographic Coverage: United States
Date of Collection:
Data Types: survey data
Sample: A total of 1,490 persons aged 18 years and older living in the United States in 1975.
David, James A. General Social Survey of the National Data Program for the Social Sciences, Spring 1975. University of Chicago, National Opinion Research Center (NORC).
Original ICPSR Release: 1984-05-04
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