|Title:||BASR Poll: Non-duty Behavior of Army Trainees [USBASR1954-B0014]|
|Survey Firm:||Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia University|
|Study Date:||July, 1954|
|Sample:||Army Trainees in twelve companies|
Chapel or church attendance (1); visits to chaplain (1); attendance to movies, USO shows, sporting events (1); time spent on hobby (1); time spent on sports that were not part of training (1); time spent in bull sessions (1); "blowing your top" during basic training (1); number of fights since basic training (1); visits to PX Service Club, Fort Dix area for food after meal times (1); "drinking" during basic training (2); seeing the wife or girlfriend (1); time spent reading More...
Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia University. BASR Poll: Non-duty Behavior of Army Trainees, Jul, 1954 [dataset]. USBASR1954-B0014. Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia University [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Feb-20-2018.
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