Value Assimilation Among Inmigrant [sic] Laborers: A Description of the Population, the Samples Selected for Study, and Some of the Characteristics of the Persons who Were Interviewed
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1958 Racine City 1959 Anglo sample Anglo control group Anglo interviewers Anglo Mexican 1959 Anglo Negro Anglo sample fell ascertained census children aged County Not contacted d.f. Not significant d.f. Not significant.2 deceased or separated dwelling units educational status eligible families had incomes heads of households I96I Anglo samples I96I Negro samples I96I sample Inapplicables were eliminated inmigrant interviews Refusals Moved l960 New Interview l960 population l960 sample l960 Survey larger population limits of Racine lower-class median income median number Moved from Racine Negro interviewer Number of Contacts Number Percent Completed occupational status Percent Completed interviews percent of Racine's Pinal Outcome Report population of Racine Racine City Directory Racine County Racine's families refusal rate reinterview in l960 representative sample in l960 sample was selected sample was significantly sample was white sample—both new interview sampling fraction school district shown in Table significantly different systematic sample Table VIII total annual income white collar