Principal Investigator(s): Axelrod, Morris; Blood, Robert
Summary: This collection provides information on 731 married wives of couples living in the Detroit metropolitan area in 1955. Data are provided on the frequency and interaction of respondents with their relatives, as well as their attitudes on family. The collection is a combination of two studies: A DESCRIPTION OF URBAN KINSHIP PATTERNS by Morris Axelrod, and THE URBAN FAMILY by Robert Blood. Data are provided on the frequency of and reasons for large family gatherings, the nature of help that the resp... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR07319.v2
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