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SEQUENTIAL RECORD IDENTIFIER

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

SCREENING INTERVIEW NUMBER

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

HOUSING UNIT NUMBER AT ADDRESS LISTED

This number represents the housing unit number at the address listed.

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

SCREENING RESULT

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

LENGTH OF TIME - SCREEN (IN MINUTES)

Amount of time taken to complete screening (recorded in minutes).

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

DOES RESPONDENT HAVE SPOUSE

Does respondent have a spouse?

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

FATHER 1ST MENTION OR ONLY DESCENT

If respondent answered, "NO" to question V7 indicating that his/her father was of a single ancestry, then only one question was asked: What is/was your father's ancestry? (This response was coded the same for questions V6 and V8). If responden... (view details)

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

FATHER MORE THAN 1 DESCENT

Is respondent's father of more than one descent?

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

FATHER 2ND MENTION

What was his (your father's) mother's ancestry? This is the second question asked to determine the distribution and source of multiple ancestry. See V6 for more details. ... (view details)

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

MOTHER 1ST MENTION OR ONLY DESCENT

If respondent answered, "NO" to question V10 indicating that his/her mother was of a single ancestry, then only one question was asked: What is/was your mother's ancestry? (This response was coded the same for questions V9 and V11). If respond... (view details)

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

MOTHER MORE THAN 1 DESCENT

Is respondent's mother of more than one descent?

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

MOTHER 2ND MENTION

What was her (your mother's) mother's ancestry? This is the second question asked to determine the distribution and source of multiple ancestry. See V9 for further details. ... (view details)

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

SPOUSE'S FATHER 1ST OR ONLY DESCENT

If respondent answered, "NO" to question V13 indicating that their spouse's father was of a single ancestry, then only one question was asked: What is/was your father-in-law's ancestry? (This response was coded the same for questions V12 and V14... (view details)

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

SPOUSE'S FATHER MORE THAN 1 DESCENT

Is spouse's father of more than one descent?

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

SPOUSE'S FATHER 2ND MENTION

What was your father-in-law's mother's ancestry? This is the second question asked to determine the distribution and source of multiple ancestry. See V12 for more details. ... (view details)

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

SPOUSE'S MOTHER 1ST OR ONLY DESCENT

If respondent answered, "NO" to question V16 indicating that their spouse's mother was of a single ancestry, then only one question was asked: What is/was your mother-in-law's ancestry? (This response was coded the same for questions V15 and V17... (view details)

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

SPOUSE'S MOTHER MORE THAN 1 DESCENT

Is spouse's mother of more than one descent?

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

SPOUSE'S MOTHER 2ND MENTION

What was your mother-in-law's mother's ancestry? This is the second question asked to determine the distribution and source of multiple ancestry. See V15 for more details. ... (view details)

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

ELIGIBILITY - RESPONDENT

Is respondent eligible?

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

ELIGIBILITY - SPOUSE

Is respondent's spouse eligible?

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

RESULT QUESTION #1

Result of identity interview.

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

RESULT QUESTION #2

Result of mental health interview.

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

RESULT QUESTION #3

Result of family (familia) interview.

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

RESULT QUESTION #4

Result of language and labor market interview.

Taken from: Mexican Origin People in the United States: Detroit Pilot Ethnic Screening Survey, 1979.

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