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    207084

    America's religious mosaic

    Smith TW

    American Demographics. 1984 Jun; 6(6):18-23.

    A review of differences among religious groups in the United States is presented. The data are from the General Social Surveys conducted by the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago. Consideration is given to differences in moral views, family values, attitudes, and class structure, as well as to differences in religious practices. (ANNOTATION)
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    Attitudes toward population control in Santiago, Chile.

    Hall MF

    Bulletin of the Pan American Health Organization. 1975; 9(3):196-207.

    Chilean attitudes toward the national population's size and growth rate was explored by a special survey. The survey sample consisted of 1410 men aged 20-54 in urban Santiago, of whom 1030 were actually interviewed by 36 students from the University of Chile who based their interview on a prepared questionnaire including both open-ended and multiple-choice questions. The men were separated into 6 catagories on the basis of their education and socioeconomic status. The results clearly indicate that men in the lower socioeconomic categories tended to know less about the population's size and growth than their more affluent counterparts. Nevertheless, they more often felt that Chile had too many people, that recent population growth had been rapid, and that population growth should be reduced. (AUTHOR'S MODIFIED)
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