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Principal Investigator(s): Kellerman, Arthur L.; Rivara, Frederick P.; Rushforth, Norman B.; Hackman, Bela B.
Summary: The Home Safety Project was a population-based case control study of homicide in the home with control households matched to cases by victim age range, race, gender, and neighborhood (a proxy for socioeconomic status). The study was conducted in the following locations: Shelby County, Tennessee (August 23, 1987-August 23, 1992), King County, Washington (August 23, 1987-August 23, 1992), and Cuyahoga County, Ohio (January 1, 1990-August 23, 1992). The purpose of the data collection was to study r... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR06898.v2
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