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The Resource Detroit Area Study, 1987: A Study of Greater Detroit

Detroit Area Study, 1987: A Study of Greater Detroit

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Detroit Area Study, 1987: A Study of Greater Detroit
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Detroit Area Study, 1987: A Study of Greater Detroit
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The 1987 Detroit Area Study is a replication of Gerhard Lenski's 1958 study on religion titled DETROIT AREA STUDY, 1958: THE RELIGIOUS FACTOR (ICPSR 7279). In addition to providing standard personal and demographic information such as age, sex, race, religion, marital status, and occupation, the survey also gathered data on the economic and political behavior of respondents and their kinship institutions, as well as the commitment of individuals to socio-religious groups. Questions tapped areas such as inter-group images, class and ethnic distinctions, family and child-rearing patterns, and attitudes toward work, unions, spending, saving, welfare legislation, civil liberties, foreign affairs, minority group rights, and legislation on moral issues. Questions on religion covered doctrinal orthodoxy, the role of religious leaders in politics, and the effect of religion on politics as well as daily life
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  • Alwin, Duane F
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Detroit Area Study, 1987: A Study of Greater Detroit
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  • 1987
  • 6412
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ICPSR06412.v2
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Detroit Area Study, 1987: A Study of Greater Detroit
Publication
Note
  • 1987
  • 6412
Control code
ICPSR06412.v2
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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