Public Policy Opinion and the Elderly, 1952-1978: A Kaleidoscope of Culture
John E. Tropman examines older Americans and public policy opinion between 1952 and 1978 in order to see just where elder citizens fit in the overall picture. Differences and similarities to opinions of younger groups are discussed along with the changes that took place from the conservative fifties to the liberal sixties and early seventies and back again to the conservatism of the late seventies.
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(1- agree strongly; 2- agree but not very strongly; 3- not sure* it depends; 4-
disagree but not very strongly; 5- disagree strongly) 58 The government in
Washington ought to see to it that everybody who wants to work can find a job.
Now would ...
CODING: 1 2 3 4 5 AGREE STRONGLY AGREE BUT NOT VERY STRONGLY
NOT SURE, IT DEPENDS DISAGREE BUT NOT VERY STRONGLY DISAGREE
STRONGLY YEAR: 1958 QUESTION: The government in Washington ought to
CODING: 1 = AGREE STRONGLY 2 = AGREE BUT NOT VERY STRONGLY 3 =
NOT SURE, IT DEPENDS 4 = DISAGREE BUT NOT VERY STRONGLY 5 =
DISAGREE STRONGLY YEARS: 1958, 1960 QUESTION: The government
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