||Methodology in Two California Health Surveys, San Jose (1952) and Statewide (1954-55).
Mooney., H. William ;
||Public Health Service, Washington, D. C.
||Rept. Nos. ;PHS-M-70 ;PHS-Pub-942;
San Jose(California) ;
Government agencies ;
Public health ;
Attitude surveys ;
Data acquisition ;
State government ;
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
The methodological results of a survey conducted in San Jose, California, in 1952 and of the statewide California Health Survey of 1954-1955 are analyzed. The 1952 survey was devoted to studying and evaluating methods of measuring illness and disability. The second applied throughout California the principles developed in San Jose and explored further methodological issues. The report describes the major findings from the 1952 survey and includes statewide results extending the earlier findings.