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A Profile of high school hobby club members, 1980

, : A Profile of high school hobby club members, 1980.

This is a national longitudinal study of cohorts of youth who were sophomores or seniors in American high schools in 1980. The basic data were gathered in the spring of 1980. Individual participants in the survey were chosen in a two-stage probability sample with schools as the first stage units and students within schools as the second. Public, parochial and other private institutions were included. Within each school, 36 seniors and 36 sophomores were randomly selected with a final sample of 28,240 seniors and 30,030 sophomores. A comprehensive survey was conducted. Analyses of the data were conducted through the Research Computing Division of the Boys Town Center for the Study of Youth Development. Basic data relating to this topic are presented for the sample as a whole.


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