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The Resource Survey of Parents and Children, 1990: [United States]

Survey of Parents and Children, 1990: [United States]

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Survey of Parents and Children, 1990: [United States]
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Survey of Parents and Children, 1990: [United States]
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This data collection was designed to assess the well-being, attitudes, and life circumstances of American families. Interviews were conducted with a sample of parents and their children between the ages of 10 and 17. Children were asked questions about their neighborhood and school, such as whether they thought their neighborhood was a good place for children to grow up, whether they liked school, and whether they experienced peer pressure to engage in various behaviors. They were also asked how they spent their time during the summer, whether they could confide in their parents, and whether they often spent time in the house alone. Children who did not reside with their biological parents were asked about frequency and nature of contact with biological parents. Additional questions concerned weekend, after-school, and family activities. Parents were asked similar questions about their children's activities and behavior, as well as questions about their own attitudes and concerns regarding parenting
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National Commission on Children
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Survey of Parents and Children, 1990: [United States]
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  • 1990
  • 9595
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ICPSR09595.v1
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Label
Survey of Parents and Children, 1990: [United States]
Publication
Note
  • 1990
  • 9595
Control code
ICPSR09595.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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