Attitudes Toward Women and Work, 1978 (ICPSR 22860)
This study, which was conducted in 1978, involved interviews with a national sample of 2,002 individuals, including both members of 682 married couples. Respondents were asked what they thought about women working, how this might impact family life, as well as other issues affecting the nation. Specific questions covered female employment history, job responsibilities, childcare, income, labor union participation, decision-making in the family, household responsibilities, divorce, abortion, spousal abuse, sexual harassment in the workplace, and expectations about the consequences of passage of the Equal Rights Amendment. Demographic variables include age, sex, religious preference, racial status, marital status, and income.