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3.) MARITAL: Are you currently married, widowed, separated, divorced, or have you never been married?
6.) NUMKIDS: Including step & adopted children, how many *living* children do you have?
7.) DELAWARE: Were you born in Delaware County, some other county in Indiana, or outside Indiana?
8.) MUNCIE2: [IF VARIABLE DELAWARE = 1] Were you born in Muncie?
10.) WORKSTAT: Last week, were you working full-time, part-time, going to school, keeping house, or are you retired
13.) RETIRSAT: [IF VARIABLE WORKSTAT = 5] How would you describe your satisfaction with retirement in general?
14.) RETIRCHO: [IF VARIABLE WORKSTAT = 5] How much choice did you have in deciding to retire? Was it:
15.) RETIRLEV: VARIABLE WORKSTAT = 5] Did you leave your job earlier, later, or just about the time you wanted to?
16.) RETIROFF: Not having to work gives a person time to do important things that they have put off.
17.) RETIRTIM: Not having to work for pay leaves too much time on one's hands.
18.) POLVIEWS: How would you describe your political views? Would you say you are:
19.) PARTYID: Have you usually thought of yourself:
20.) ABORSS: Deciding whom you're going to vote next year's presidential election, which issue more important
21.) RELPREF: What is your religious preference? Would you say you are...
23.) ATTEND: How often do you attend church?
24.) RELIMP: To what extent do you consider yourself a religious person? Are you...
25.) RELPROV: Religion provides me with certainties in a rapidly changing world.
26.) BIBLE: Which of the following statements comes closest to describing your feelings about the Bible?
27.) TOOMUCH: People with very strong religious beliefs have too much influence on politics today.
28.) FRIENDS: How important to you is your church as a place where you can be with your friends? Is it...
29.) LUVDIE: When a loved one dies, should people...
30.) HEVLIF: Do you believe after death, or in heaven, have social life w/ same friends & family in this life
31.) SPECPROG: Does your church have special programs for the elderly?
32.) WISH: [SPECPROG] Have you ever wished that your congregation did have special programs for the elderly?
33.) RELVIEWS: In terms of your overall religious beliefs and values, would you consider yourself:
34.) AVOIDPC: I want to avoid computers if at all possible. Do you...
35.) COMPEZ: Computers are easy to learn about and to use. Do you...
36.) PCIMP1: Computer skills are very important in everyday life, not just in specific occupations & professions
37.) NOPC: Some people simply cannot be taught computer skills. Do you...
38.) WIDELY: I look forward to a time when computers are more widely used. Do you...
39.) TOOMANY: I feel there are too many computers around now. Do you....
40.) NOLEARN: I will probably never learn to use a computer. Do you....
41.) ISOLATE: Computers isolate people by preventing normal social contact. Do you...
42.) RENTOWN: Do you own or rent a personal computer?
43.) USEPC: Do you use a personal computer?
44.) INTERNET: In what ways do you use the computer? - Internet or the web
45.) EMAIL: In what ways do you use the computer? - E-mail
46.) WORDPRO: In what ways do you use the computer? - Word processing
47.) TAXPREP: In what ways do you use the computer? - Income tax preparation
48.) GAMES: In what ways do you use the computer? - Games/entertainment (includes adult entertainment)
49.) JOB: In what ways do you use the computer? - Use in my job or employment
50.) PERSONAL: In what ways do you use the computer? - Special or personal interests (recipes, genealogy)
51.) HHBUDGET: In what ways do you use the computer? - Household budget (checking account activities)
52.) USENR: In what ways do you use the computer? - I do not use computer
53.) MEDINFO: For what reasons do you use the internet (or the web)? - Obtain medical or health information
54.) MEDADV: [INTERNET] For what reasons do you use the internet (or the web)? - Obtain medical or health advice
55.) SHOPPING: [VARIABLE INTERNET] For what reasons do you use the internet (or the web)? - On-line shopping
56.) TRAVEL: What reasons do you use the internet (or the web)? - Travel arrangements (airfare, maps, schedules)
57.) GENINFO: What reasons do you use the internet (or the web)? - General information (car prices, weather, news)
58.) STOCKACT: Do you use the internet (or the web)? - Stock market activity (buy and sell stocks, check portfolio)
59.) EBAYAUCT: [VARIABLE INTERNET] For what reasons do you use the internet (or the web)? - E-Bay (online auction)
60.) CONORGAN: For what reasons do you use the internet (or the web)? - Contact organizations (AARP, Alzheimer's)
61.) BUYPRESC: [VARIABLE INTERNET] For what reasons do you use the internet (or the web)? - Buy prescriptions
62.) ELECITAX: [INTERNET] For what reasons do you use the internet (or the web)? - Electronic filing of income tax
63.) FINDADPH: [INTERNET] For what reasons do you use the internet (or the web)? - Find addresses/phone numbers
64.) ENTERTAI: [VARIABLE INTERNET] For what reasons do you use the internet (or the web)? - Entertainment
65.) WEBNO: [FOR VARIABLE INTERNET] For what reasons do you use the internet (or the web)? - Do not use the web
66.) STRESCAR: Do you feel that those who provide care for someone who can't look after themselves experience:
67.) YESCARE: Do you presently have or have you ever had caregiving responsibilities for anyone age 18 or older?
68.) GIVECARE: [IF YES TO VARIABLE YESCARE] How many such persons do (did) you look after?
69.) CARELIVE: [IF YES TO VARIABLE YESCARE] Where does (did) the person for whom you provide(d) care live?
71.) OFTCARE: How often do (did) you have to provide care or assistance for the person you look(ed) after?
72.) SEXCARE: [IF YES TO VARIABLE YESCARE] Is (Was) the person you care(d) for male or female?
74.) MOCARE: [IF YES TO VARIABLE YESCARE] How long have you been caring (did you care) for this person?
75.) ACTIVITY: How often your care-giving responsibilities interfere w/ activities (out to dinner, shopping, show)
76.) FAMOB: How often do (did) your caregiving responsibilities interferes with other family obligations?
77.) FRUSTR: How often do (did) you experience anger or frustration because of your caregiving responsibilities?
78.) FINANSTR: [VARIABLE YESCARE] How much financial strain is (was) caused by your caregiving responsibilities?
79.) FAMSTRES: YESCARE] How much stress is (was) placed on your family life by your caregiving responsibilities?
80.) LONELY: How often do you find yourself feeling lonely?
81.) SEEFAM: Last week often did you visit in person w/ member of your family who does not live in your household
82.) SEEFREND: Last week, how often did you visit in person with friends or neighbors? Was it...
83.) SOCACT: How would you describe your current level of social activity? Are you:
84.) RELACT: How active are you in religious or church-related groups? Are you:
85.) PHYSACT: How would you describe your current level of physical activity?
87.) SATLIFE: How would you describe your general satisfaction with life at present?
88.) FEELAGE: When you compare yourself to others your age, do you feel...
89.) HELTHNOW: Would you say that your health today is...
90.) SATMON: Now, how well do you think your income and assets meet your financial needs?
91.) LIFENOW: Looking back, would you say that you are more or less satisfied w/ life now than when young adult
92.) EXCLIFE: For the most part, I find life to be very interesting and exciting
93.) PORTTV: Older adults casts on some TV shows Do you think image of older adults on TV is portrayed accurately
94.) GENVAL: Compared to older generations, do the young people of today have personal values that are:
95.) DISLIVW: Have you discussed the matter of a living will with anyone?
97.) LIVWIL: If a person has a living will, should doctors and hospitals be bound by their wishes?
98.) HAVLIVW: Do you have a living will?
99.) OBTAINLW: [IF NO TO VARIABLE HAVLIVW] Do you plan to obtain a living will sometime in the future?
100.) POWER: Have you given power of attorney over health decisions concerning you to anyone?
102.) TAKELIFE: Suffering too great, those who terminal ill should have right to choose to end own life.
103.) DRJACK: Dr. Kevorkian criminally prosecuted & convicted for direct assist terminal ill people commit suicide
104.) RACE: May I ask, to which racial group do you belong? (If necessary, read responses)
106.) WWF: Your opinion is professional wrestling genuine sporting event or a show strictly for entertainment?
107.) SEX: Sex [RECORD BY VOICE IDENTIFICATION]