National Survey of the Aged (United States), 1962
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, Jan 1, 1985 - Older people - 248 pages
Accompanying material to be used in conjunction with the Class I machine-readable data collection with the same title. Documents data locations, variable descriptions and code values.
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1st mention 2nd mention 30 days 4th mention 60 minutes 9 REF Actual number AMBULATORY PERSONS answer ASKED BEDFAST NON-AMBULATORY Child or child-in-law child-in-law in household child-in-law outside household CODES AS APPLY CODES REF 0002 complete question text CONCERNS LAST JOB CONTINUED DATA CODES REF DK 9 Eldest child farm Friend or neighbor further mentions 99 he/she married HOUSEBOUND AND AMBULATORY household 09 housework Husband or wife ICPSR EDITION NUMBER-1 ICPSR Study Number-7687 Inap INTERVIEWED kindred workers LAST 12 MONTHS last see him/her LIVING CHILDREN LOC 6 WIDTH MD=9 REF meals MISSING DATA CODES number identifying number is coded Number The number NUMBER-1 NO MISSING Older person living person in household person outside household relative in household relative outside household Sequence number Sequential case identification Sex of child Someone help sources of income SPECIFY Subject plus spouse WIDTH 1 DK wife 02 wife/husband WOMEN WHOSE HUSBANDS