National senior citizens survey, 1968

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Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, 1979 - Social Science - 467 pages
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The National senior citizens survey data report the responses of 3,996 non-institutionalized elderly persons in a national sample. Personal interviews with the respondents focused on characteristics of residential environments, social relations, moral values and health, and knowledge and use of services and various facilities. General demographic characteristics were also collected. The primary emphasis of the survey was the impact of environmental attributes on some aspects of aging, primarily life satisfaction, knowledge and use of services, and social relationships. Also of interest were the interrelationships between social relationships, environment and morale.

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