CSAL Phase 1 Reading Patterns and Attitudes Survey (Question 7)

CSAL Phase 1 Reading Patterns and Attitudes Survey (Question 7)

CSAL Item Number: 7

CSAL Question: How much information do you get from: (1) Newspapers, (2) Magazines, (3) Internet, (4) Radio, (5) Books or Brochures, (6) Family members, friends, (7) Co-workers [responses to 6 & 7 were combined in source], (8) Television?

CSAL Response Options: 4=A lot, 3=Some, 2=A little, 1=None, 777=Don't know, 888=No response

Source: Developed by Georgia State University researchers as part of the following grant: Greenberg, D., Morris, R., Fredrick, L., Rodrigo, V., & Laures, J. (2002-2009) Research on Reading Instruction for Low Literate Adults. National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, the National Institute for Literacy, and the U.S. Department of Education (grant #1 R01 HD43801-01)

Source ID: 3

CSAL question form: Modified from source

CSAL response options form: Modified from source

Source question: How much information do you get from: (A) Newspapers, (B) Magazines, (C) Internet, (D) Radio, (E) Television, (F) Family members, friends, or co-workers

Source response options: 1=A lot, 2=Some, 3=A little, 4=None

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