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All Alberta Survey, 1990 Open Access

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Population Research Laboratory
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Subject/Keyword
well-being
Public opinion -- Alberta
television
elder care
travel
alcohol
social support
groceries
AIDS
crime
criminal justice system
environment
seatbelts
Alberta -- Economic conditions -- Statistics
smoking
policing
Alberta -- Social conditions -- Statistics
health
demographics
healthcare
Social surveys -- Alberta
recycling
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https://dx.doi.org/doi:10.7939/DVN/10563  

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Canada
Alberta
Time
1990-02 - 1990-03
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The 1990 All Alberta Study (AAS) was the fourth annual survey administered by the Department of Sociology, University of Alberta, through its research facility, the Population Research Laboratory (PRL)--this year's topics include: demographics, health, smoking, alcohol consumption, general health and well-being, care for the elderly, AIDS, the environment, crime and policing, Alberta issues, seatbelt use, social support, grocery spending, childrens' programs, political party preference, television viewing, and travel. This random sample survey of households in the province of Alberta has enabled academic researchers, local community agencies, and government departments to explore a broad spectrum of social issues in an on-going research framework in Alberta.

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1990
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