|Title:||BASR Poll: Columbia Crisis Study [USBASR1968-B1039]|
|Survey Firm:||Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia University|
|Study Date:||May, 1968|
|Sample:||Students and Faculty members at Columbia University|
Days on campus during crisis (1); activities during crisis (9); armbands worn during strike (1); contacts with police (8); use of force by police (3); violence against police (1); occupation of university by demonstrators (2); action of sit-ins (2); holding captive of Dean Coleman (1); opinions while demonstrators were occupying buildings (3); use of police to remove demonstrators (3); administration agreeing with demonstrators to persuade them to leave (7); things you now More...
Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia University. BASR Poll: Columbia Crisis Study, May, 1968 [dataset]. USBASR1968-B1039. Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia University [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Nov-18-2018.
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