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The Resource Detroit Area Study, 1991: Collective Memories

Detroit Area Study, 1991: Collective Memories

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Detroit Area Study, 1991: Collective Memories
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Detroit Area Study, 1991: Collective Memories
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For this survey, respondents were asked to consider key historical national and world events since 1930 and to describe the impact of these events upon their lives and why these events seemed especially important. The list of events respondents were queried about included the invention of the television, the decline of communism in eastern Europe, the Korean War, the Great Depression, the civil rights movement, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, space exploration, terrorism and hostage-taking, and the threat of nuclear war. Those queried were also asked about events or changes that were especially poignant to them and whether they kept memorabilia from the past, such as items from World War II, the Holocaust, or the Vietnam War. Specific questions on the events of World War II were included in the survey. Respondents also answered questions regarding events or changes related to their own interests, such as religion, sports, music, television, and films. Background information includes religion, marital status, education, employment, political orientation, and income
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Schuman, Howard
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Detroit Area Study, 1991: Collective Memories
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  • 1991
  • 2160
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ICPSR02160.v1
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Label
Detroit Area Study, 1991: Collective Memories
Publication
Note
  • 1991
  • 2160
Control code
ICPSR02160.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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