Social class, age, sex, mother-daughter role relationships, and community satisfaction in a British new town

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Bardo, J. W. (1977). "Social class, age, sex, mother-daughter role relationships, and community satisfaction in a British new town." Journal of Social Psychology, 103(2), 251-255

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This study attempted to determine if relationships exist between certain important sociodemographic variables and community satisfaction in a British new town. A randomly selected sample of 220 adult residents of a British new town were administered a questionnaire containing 60 community satisfaction items and a personal data section. A Likert scale was then constructed and used as the dependent variable in regression and tabular analyses. Significant relationships (p < .05) were found for several variables. The results were discussed in relation to the settling-in period subsequent to migration and urban planning policy.

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