Principal Investigator(s): Arce, Carlos H.
Summary: This survey was a pretest conducted for the purpose of identifying people of Mexican descent living in Detroit, Michigan for later inclusion in a more comprehensive national survey. This pretest survey was also conducted to develop an appropriate and valid measurement instrument for subsequent screening and national surveys. The pretest was administered to 474 respondents from February to August of 1978 in a Detroit neighborhood. The questionnaire elicited information on the ancestry of househol... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR07921.v2
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