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The Resource Detroit Area Study, 1985: Life Events in Everyday Experience

Detroit Area Study, 1985: Life Events in Everyday Experience

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Detroit Area Study, 1985: Life Events in Everyday Experience
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Detroit Area Study, 1985: Life Events in Everyday Experience
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The 1985 Detroit Area Study surveyed life events of respondents. Questions addressed alcohol and drug use, emotional state, incidents of depression and fear, stress caused by children and work, and respondent's general health. Information on the respondent's family background was also collected, with specific emphases on children, parenting, and marriage. Gender comparison questions were posed to explore in detail issues such as the benefits/responsibilities of marriage, marriage roles and careers, and division of housework tasks. The survey also included items on the respondent's financial situation, social life, social support network, and demographic characteristics such as age, race, sex, education, religion, and income
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Kessler, Ronald C
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Detroit Area Study, 1985: Life Events in Everyday Experience
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  • 1985
  • 6414
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ICPSR06414.v2
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Detroit Area Study, 1985: Life Events in Everyday Experience
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  • 1985
  • 6414
Control code
ICPSR06414.v2
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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