Principal Investigator(s): Freedman, Ronald; Janowitz, Morris
Summary: This study of adults aged 21 and older in the Detroit metropolitan area provides information on their contact with and attitudes toward government administrative agencies, their views regarding civic duties, and their organizational memberships in 1954. The study was a combination of two separate studies: IDEAL FAMILY SIZE IN DETROIT by Ronald Freedman, and ADMINISTRATIVE BEHAVIOR IN A METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY by Morris Janowitz. Respondents were asked about their contact with and knowledge of var... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR07318.v2
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