Growth of American Families, 1955
Principal Investigator(s): Freedman, Ronald; Campbell, Arthur A.; Whelpton, Pascal K.
Summary: The 1955 Growth of American Families survey was the first in a series of surveys (later becoming the National Fertility Survey) that measured women's attitudes on various topics related to fertility and family planning. The sample was composed of 2,713 married women aged 18-39 living in the United States. The survey included the following main subjects: residence history, marital history, education, income, occupation and employment, religiosity, family background, attitude toward contracep... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR20000.v2
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