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Study Report

Study Number: QP-005-001-1-2-United States-DPLS-1957

Subject Area: Family Planning and Fertility

Bibliographic Citation: American family growth, 1957-1967.  [machine-readable data file] / Princeton University. Office of Population Research  [principal investigator(s)] / Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin. Data and Program Library Service  [distributor].

Access Status: Unrestricted access.

Documentation: 2 volumes hard copy.

Abstract: American Family Growth, 1957-1967 is a longitudinal study which examines the fertility history of American couples in metropolitan America and the motivational connections between the environment and fertility decisions and behavior. Phase I looks at the social and psychological factors thought to relate to differences in fertility. Phase II focuses on why some couples stopped at two children while others had a third or fourth child during the first and second phase. Phase III examines how well attitudes and events of the early marriage determined the record of the later years of childbearing.

Media/File Reports:

7002 (CD-ROM)
7124 (CD-ROM)
7125 (CD-ROM)
7400 (CD-Rom)
7401 (CD-Rom)
9002 (USB Flask Drive)
9003 (USB Flask Drive)
9004 (SSCC network drive)