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1.

STUDY NO 863 (DAS1960)

Study number (863).

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

2.

INT NO

Interview number. 0001-0613. Long interviews, regular sample 0701-0765. Long interviews, extra dwelling units 1001-2112. Short interviews, regular sample 3001-3058. Short interviews, extra dwelling units 4001-4053. Short interview, should have been ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

3.

TRACT NO

Tract number.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

4.

HSHLD COMP

Persons living in household and their relationship to head.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

5.

PRES 3 GEN HSHLD

Presence of three generations in household

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

6.

TOT NO ADLTS DU 21+

Total number of adults (21 years and older) living in Dwelling Unit.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

7.

NO MNRS DU UND 6

Number of minors in Dwelling Unit less than six years old.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

8.

NO MNRS DU 6-12

Number of minors in Dwelling Unit 6-12 years old.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

9.

NO MNRS DU 13-15

Number of minors in Dwelling Unit 13-15 years old.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

10.

NO MNRS DU 16-18

Number of minors in Dwelling Unit 16-18 years old.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

11.

NO MNRS DU 19-20

Number of minors in Dwelling Unit 19-20 years old.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

12.

TOT NO MNRS DU

Total number of minors in Dwelling Unit.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

13.

TOT NO PERS DU

Total number of persons in Dwelling Unit.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

14.

CSB:RACE

Q.CS B. Race.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

15.

T17:DU LEVELS-S/U/B

Q.T17. Is this dwelling unit located on a single level, or does it have its own "upstairs" and/or basement?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

16.

T18:NO DU IN STRUC

Q.T18. About how many dwelling units are in this structure?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

17.

ADLT NO

Adult number.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

18.

CSC.REL TO HD HSHLD

Q.CS C. Relationship to "head of household".

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

19.

CSC. SEX

Q.CS C. Sex.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

20.

CSD. AGE

Q.CS D. Age.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

21.

CSE. MARITAL STAT

CS E. Marital status.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

22.

CSF.YRS SCHL

CS F. Years of school.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

23.

CSG.OCCUPATION

CS G. Occupation.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

24.

CSH.WRKNG STAT

Q.CS H. Working status.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

25.

CSI.WKS UNEMPL

Q.CS I. Weeks unemployed.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

26.

S1.HW LONG AT PRES ADDR

Q.S1. How long have you lived at this address? Q.237a. How long have you lived at your present address?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

27.

S2.OWN/BUY/RENT

Q.S2. Do you own this home, are YOU buying or are you renting? Q.132. Do you own this home outright, are you buying it, do you rent, or what? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

28.

S4.WHR HD BORN

Q.S4. Where were You (was the head of your family) born? Q.236. How long have you lived in the Detroit area? Q.236a. (If not all life) Where were you born? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

29.

S5.TOT FAM INC 1959

Q.S5. What was your total family income in 1959, considering all sources such as wages, salaries, rents, and profits, and counting what everyone in the family here earned? Q.230. What was your total family income before taxes in 1959 - considering a... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

30.

S6.AMT TFI HD INC

Q.S6. How much of your total family income was the income of the head of the family? Q.231. How much of your total family income was earned by you? (If Q was not asked because this is a one-adult household, coded same as Var. 29, since all income wa... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

31.

T1.WH UTIL CO PL PUBL

Q.T1. This community is served by the gas company, the electric company and the telephone company. In your opinion, which one of these companies, gas, electric, or telephone, tries the hardest to please the public? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

32.

T2.WH GV MST FR MON

Q.T2. Which one gives you the most for your money?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

33.

T3.WH MST PROG/F-L

Q.T3. Which is the most progressive or forward looking?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

34.

T4.WH BST PL TO WRK

Q.T4. Which is the best place to work?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

35.

T5.WH MK COMM BTR PL

Q.T5. Which does the most to make your community a better place to live?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

36.

T6.HAV TEL AT HM?

Q.T6. Do you have a telephone here at home?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

37.

T6A.PLN GT TEL 12 MO?

Q.T6a. (If no phone) Do you plan to get a telephone during the next twelve months, or not?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

38.

T7.NO TEL INCL EXT

Q.T7. How many telephones do you have here at home, counting any extensions you may have?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

39.

T8.TEL WALL PLGS

Q.T8. Do you have any wall plugs for telephones? Q.T8a. How many telephone wall plugs do you have?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

40.

T9.ANY CLR TEL?

Q.T9. Do you have any telephones in color? Q.T9a. How many phones are in color?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

41.

T10.ADDNL COL TEL 12 MO

Q.T10. Do you plan to get a (an additional) phone in color during the next twelve months?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

42.

T11.PL ADD TEL/EXT 12 MO

Q.T11. Do you plan to get any more telephones or extensions during the next twelve months?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

43.

T12.PRTY/PRV LN

Q.T12. Do you have a party line or a private line?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

44.

T13.UNLTD LOC CLLS

Q.T13. Do you have unlimited local calls here, or not?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

45.

T14.NO LOC TEL CLLS/DY

Q.T14. Altogether about how many local calls are usually made from your telephone in a day?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

46.

T15.HW OFT LD CLLS

Q.Tl5. And about how often are out of town or long-distance calls made from your telephone - say to places more than twenty-five miles from here? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

47.

T16.LD CLLS NX 12 MO

Q.Tl6. Do you think you (and your family) will make more, about the same, or fewer long-distance calls from here during the next twelve months? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

48.

NO INC PROD MEM IN FAM

Number of income-producing members in family.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

49.

NO.PERS IN HSHLD

Number of persons in household (Var. 13).

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

50.

NO INC-PROD ADLTS+TFI

Number of income-producing adults and total family income (Var. 29, 48).

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1960: Labor and Leisure in the Urban Community, A Study of Social Order and Social Change.

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