The Resource Civic Cohort: Parent-Youth Dyad Interviews during the 2002-2004 Election Cycles in Arizona, Colorado, and Florida

Civic Cohort: Parent-Youth Dyad Interviews during the 2002-2004 Election Cycles in Arizona, Colorado, and Florida

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Civic Cohort: Parent-Youth Dyad Interviews during the 2002-2004 Election Cycles in Arizona, Colorado, and Florida
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Civic Cohort: Parent-Youth Dyad Interviews during the 2002-2004 Election Cycles in Arizona, Colorado, and Florida
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This data collection is gathered from interviews with parent-youth dyads in Arizona, Colorado, and Florida across two election cycles: 2002 and 2004. Adolescent respondents were juniors and seniors in high school during a midterm campaign, and old enough to vote during the subsequent presidential election. The civics curriculum Kids Voting USA (KVUSA) provided conditions for a quasi-experimental field intervention in the three selected states. Measures of civic engagement include student and parent voting, political knowledge, and deliberative activities like news media attention, active political discussion, and willingness to listen and to disagree with others
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  • McDevitt, Michael
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Civic Cohort: Parent-Youth Dyad Interviews during the 2002-2004 Election Cycles in Arizona, Colorado, and Florida
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  • 2002--2004
  • 36529
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ICPSR36529.v1
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Civic Cohort: Parent-Youth Dyad Interviews during the 2002-2004 Election Cycles in Arizona, Colorado, and Florida
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  • 2002--2004
  • 36529
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ICPSR36529.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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