Growth of American Families, 1960
Principal Investigator(s): Whelpton, Pascal K.; Campbell, Arthur A.; Patterson, John E.
Summary: The 1960 Growth of American Families survey was the second in a series of two surveys that measured women's attitudes on various topics relating to fertility and family planning for 3,256 currently married White women aged 18-44 living in private households, previously married White women aged 23-44, who were married and living with their husband in 1960, and currently married non-White women aged 18-39, living with their husband. Main topics in the survey included residence history, marita... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR20001.v1
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