Principal Investigator(s): Flynn, Michael; Jackson, James; Segal, David
Summary: This study of 576 adults in the Detroit metropolitan area in 1973 measures their feelings about the military and the Vietnam War, as well as a variety of other issues. The study incorporates data from two sets of investigations: those collected by David Segal on opinions about the military and the Vietnam War, and those collected by Michael Flynn and James Jackson on the application of laboratory methodologies to a survey setting. Items explored respondents' opinions on the appropriateness ... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR07907.v2
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