Principal Investigator(s): Miller, Daniel; Swanson, Guy; Newcomb, Theodore
Summary: This study contains data on child-rearing practices of mothers of children aged 18 and younger. The study was a combination of two studies: CHILD REARING PATTERNS AMONG URBAN FAMILIES by Daniel Miller and Guy Swanson, and ATTITUDES AND PERCEPTIONS OF CONSENSUS OF GROUP MEMBERS by Theodore Newcomb. Respondents were asked about their children's habits, toilet training, and bottle- and breast-feeding patterns. Respondents were also asked about their child-rearing practices, attitudes about chi... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR07317.v2
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