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Label/Question
1.

STUDY NUMBER

Study Number (953)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

2.

INTERVIEW NO.

Interview Number (001-900)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

3.

CS FINAL STATUS(1/09)

Final Status of Cover Sheets

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

4.

CS CASE WEIGHT (1/10)

Weight of Case

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

5.

CS INTERVIEWER (1/11)

Final Interviewer's Name (If non-interview, last interviewer to dispose of cover sheets)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

6.

CS SAMPLE CL NO. (1/13)

Sample Cluster No. City directory Sample Numbers run from 0001-0473 Area Sample Numbers run from 5101-5392 New Apartment Supplement Sample Numbers 1001-1006 ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

7.

CS TOWN OR CITY (1/17)

Town or City

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

8.

CS CENSUS TRACT (1/19)

Tract

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

9.

CS DET SUB-COM (1/23)

Sub-Community for Detroit Only

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

10.

CS-A NO. D U'S (1/25)

Are there any otner dwelling units at the sample address?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

11.

CS-B INTERVNG ADD(1/26)

Are there any other dwelling units at the sample address?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

12.

CS-E RAC COMP BLK (1/27)

Characterize this block by racial composition as well as you can.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

13.

CS-F HOUR OF INT (1/28)

Hour of day of completed Interview (Round down e.g., 2:45 = 2)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

14.

CS-F DATE OF INT (1/29)

Date of Completed Interview

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

15.

CS-F WK DAY OF INT(1/30)

Day of week

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

16.

CS-F NO. N A H'S (1/31)

Number of "Not at home" by respondent, plus Respondent Absent (Include broken appointments) Code actual Number

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

17.

CS-F NO. REFUSALS (1/32)

Number of definite Refusals by anyone at DU Code actual number

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

18.

CS-F REFUS DAS M (1/33)

Number of definite Refusals to DAS males Code actual number

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

19.

CS-F REFUS DAS F (1/34)

Number of definite Refusals to DAS females Code actual number

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

20.

CS-F REFUSALS SRC (1/35)

Number of definite Refusals to SRC interviewers Code actual number

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

21.

CS-F INIT INT STA (1/36)

Initial Interviewer Status of Cover Sheet Code actual number

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

22.

CS-G R'S H POSITN (1/37)

Respondent's Position in Household

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

23.

CS-G R'S RACE (1/38)

Respondent's Race

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

24.

CS-G R'S MAR STAT (1/39)

Respondent's present Marital Status

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

25.

CS-G 1ST NON-R MAL(1/40)

First Listed Non-Respondent Male (Other than son) Relation to Respondent (R)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

26.

CS-G 2ND NON-R MAL(1/41)

Second Listed Non-Respondent Male (Other than son) Relation to Respondent

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

27.

CS-G 1ST NON-R FEM(1/42)

First Listed Non-Respondent Female (Ot,ler than Relation to Respondent

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

28.

CS-G 2ND NON-R FEM(1/43)

Second Listed Non-Respondent Female (Other than Relation to Respondent

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

29.

CS-G NO. SONS (1/44)

Number of Son(s) Code actual number

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

30.

CS-G NO. DAUGHTRS (1/45)

Number of Daughter(s) Code actual number

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

31.

CS-G TOTAL MALES (1/46)

Total Number of Males (including R) Other than Sons Code actual number

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

32.

CS-G TOTAL FEMS (1/47)

Total Number of Females (including R) Other than Daughters Code actual number

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

33.

CS-H TYPE ADDRESS (1/48)

Type of Address

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

34.

Q94 R'S EMPLYT STA(1/49)

Q.94 What is your (your husband's) main job at the present time? Obtain own job for head (male or female) but husband's job for head's wife. Probe carefully for specific job, e.g., lathe operator, bank teller, etc. If retired or unemployed, in- dic... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

35.

Q96 R'S WRKR CLASS(1/50)

Q.96 Class of worker for head of family, main job at present time. If Head employed in 2 or more jobs, code main job. If Unemployed or Retired Head, code last main job. If Female Head Not Employed, code her last main job. ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

36.

Q95 R'S INDUSTRY (1/51)

Q.95 Industry for head of household, main job at present time. If Head employed in 2 or more jobs, code main job. If Unemployed or Retired Head, code last main job. If Female Head Not employed, code her last main job. Each industry code is identifie... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

37.

Q94 R'S OCCUPATION(1/54)

Q.94 Occupation for head of household, main job at present time. If Head employed in 2 or more jobs, main job coded If Unemployed or Retired Head, main job coded If Female Head Not Employed, her last main job coded Each occupation code is identified... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

38.

Q92 R'S CNTRY BRTH(1/57)

Q.92 Respondents reporting a foreign country as place of birth (Var. 215) are coded here.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

39.

Q1 ATT DETROIT (2/09)

Q.l. In general, would you say the Detroit area is a better than average place to live, about average, or not as good as most other places? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

40.

Q2 ATT NEIGHBHD (2/10)

Q.2. How about this particular neighborhood? From your point of view, would you say you are satisfied with living in this neighborhood, dissatisfied with it, or somewhere in between? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

41.

Q3 TIME W/NEIS-CHN(I/11)

Q.3.Would you say that your children (child) spend a great deal of time with others in the neigh- borhood, or an average amount or only a very little time, or none at all? i95 2. (How about yourself?) Would you say that you spend ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

42.

Q4 TIME W/NEIGHS-R(2/12)

Q.4. (How about yourself?) Would you say that you spend a great deal of time with your neighbors, an average amount of time, only a very little time, or none at all? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

43.

Q5 TIME W/NEIS-SPS(2/13)

Q.5 [If married, ask:} How about your husband (wife) would you say that he (she) spends a great deal of time with the neighbors, only a very little time, or none at all? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

44.

Q6 NEIGH DROP IN(2/14)

Q.6 Thinking about this neighborhood, is it the sortof place where most people feel they can just drop in on the neighbors anytime, or do people around here keep pretty much to themselves? ... (view details)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

45.

Q7 NEIGH IMP ASSN(2/15)

Q.7 IS there a block club or improvement association inyour neighborhood?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

46.

Q8 NO. NEIGH GRPS(2/16)

Q.8 Are there any other groups or organizations in the neighborhood? [If yes, specify and ask:] DO you belong? Number of organizations

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

47.

Q8 MTN CHURCH GRP(2/17)

Q.8. Mention of church group(s)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

48.

Q8 MTN SOC/REC GRP(2/18)

Q.8.Mention of social and/or recreational group(s)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

49.

Q8 MTN ADLT SCH GR(2/19)

Q.8 Mention of school group(s) (such as P.T.A.) (Adult)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

50.

Q8 MTN YOUTH GRP(2/20)

Q.8. Mention of youth group(s)-(e.g., Boy Scouts)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 1967: Citizens in Search of Justice.

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