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  Exploring Public Perceptions and Attitudes about Archaeology

QUESTIONNAIRE BY HARRIS INTERACTIVE

Screener

QA. (SCREENER) Hello, my name is ___________ from Harris Interactive, a national public opinion research firm. We are conducting a nationwide survey on behalf of a coalition of archaeological organizations to understand the American publicís opinions about Archaeology. Your participation is important, as your answers will represent those of many people in this country who have opinions similar to yours. (IF NECESSARY: Let me assure you that this is not a sales call nor will it lead to one. (IF NECESSARY: Your answers are completely confidential and will only be used together with the answers of others for analysis purposes.)

QB. How many adults 18 years of age or older live in this household?
(IF QB GT 1 AND MALE/FEMALE QUOTA NOT FILLED ASK QC)

QC. Iíd like to speak to the adult in your household, 18 years of age or older, with the most recent birthday who is at home now.

Yes, speaking [1] GO TO QG
Yes, will connect [2] GO TO QA
No, not available [3] OBTAIN NAME & SCHEDULE CALL BACK
No, do not live here/not at this location [4] TERM
Don't know [-8] TERM
Refused [-9] TERM
(IF QB GT 1 AND MALE OR FEMALE QUOTA FILLED ASK QD)

QD. In order to obtain an equal number of male and female survey participants, may I please speak with a (MALE/FEMALE) adult 18 years of age or older? ( IF NOT AVAILABLE SCHEDULE A CALL BACK)

Yes, speaking [1] GO TO QG
Yes, will connect [2] GO TO QA
No, not available [3] OBTAIN NAME & SCHEDULE CALL BACK
No, do not live here/not at this location [4] TERM
Don't know [-8] TERM
Refused [-9] TERM

Main Questionnaire

I. Awareness, Perceptions, & Knowledge

Q1. First, I would like to start by asking you a few questions about archaeology in general. What do you think of (comes to mind) when you hear the word ARCHAEOLOGY? (UNAIDED-DO NOT READ LIST) (MULTIPLE RESPONSES ALLOWED) (PROBE FOR OTHERS)

Artifacts
Bones
Digging/ excavating/ dig
Digging up bones
Digging human bones or human remains
Digging dinosaurs/ dinosaur bones
Digging up rocks/ stones
Digging fossils
Digging ancient ruins
Digging artifacts/ things or objects from the past
Dinosaurs/ Dinosaur bones
Fossils
History, heritage, antiquity
Indiana Jones
Life on the planet many/ billions of years ago
Native people/ Societies
Past cultures, ancient societies, civilizations
Past human remains
Preserving the past/human past
Rocks/ Stones
Science/research
Sites/ ruins
Study or analyze the past
Study or analysis of past cultures
The past
Treasures
Ancient ruins
Relics
Pottery
Study of ancient civilizations
Egypt/ Egyptian pyramids/ Egyptian tombs
Other
Nothing
Donít Know
Refused
(ASK Q1X IF Q1 EQUALS OTHER)
(NOTE: RESPONDENTS WHO SAY "NOTHING" OR "DONíT KNOW" ARE ALLOWED TO PROCEED WITH THE SURVEY Ė THESE WILL BE PEOPLE WITH LITTLE OR NO KNOWLEDGE ABOUT ARCHAEOLOGY. Q1 WILL BE USED TO GROUP RESPONDENTS INTO DIFFERENT KNOWLEDGE LEVELS. IF RESPONDENT REFUSES TO ANSWER THIS QUESTION THE CALL WILL BE CONCLUDED)

Q5. What do archaeologists DO in their work? (UNAIDED-DO NOT READ LIST) (MULTIPLE RESPONSES ALLOWED) (PROBE FOR OTHERS)

Analyze/ research the past to discover/ learn what life/ past civilizations were like
Communicate information about the past/ human past
Conduct scientific research
Digging up bones
Digging human bones or human remains
Digging dinosaurs/ dinosaur bones
Digging up rocks/ stones
Digging fossils
Digging ancient ruins
Digging artifacts/ things or objects from the past
Dig for Treasures
Excavate/ Dig for sites, ruins
Find or uncover ancient civilizations
Find artifacts from previous cultures
Find out how old things are/ date things from the past/ carbon dating
Dig/ excavate
Find/ search/ uncover/ discover
Collect
Preserve artifacts/ items dug up
Preserve the past
Research/ uncover artifacts from ancient times
Study/ paste/ reconstruct artifacts
Study artifacts
Study sites/ ruins
Study fossils
Study rocks/ stones
Study past human remains
Study/ document past cultures, ancient societies, civilizations
Study/ document/ analyze history, heritage, antiquity
Study/ document/ analyze
Use information from other scientific disciplines
Other
Donít Know
Refused
(ASK Q5X IF Q5 EQUALS OTHER)
Q5X. Specify Other Mention

Q6. What happens to the things that are dug up or found by archaeologists? (UNAIDED-DO NOT READ LIST) (MULTIPLE RESPONSES ALLOWED) (PROBE FOR OTHERS)

Archaeologists keep them for their private use
Donated/ sold to museums/ Museum researchers
Given to the government/ government researchers
Given to Universities/ University researchers
Given to Native people/ societies
Preserved
Sold to private individuals/groups
Studied/ documented by researchers
They are put on display
Given to labs/ researchers for study
Other
Donít Know
(IF Q6 EQ 22 GO TO Q6X)
Q6X. (SPECIFY OTHER)

Q12. Do you think that archaeologists study: (AIDED - READ LIST) (Yes/ No/ Donít Know)

(ROTATE)
Q12A. The human past?
Q12B. Dinosaurs?
Q12C. Native people or Native societies
Q12D. Rocks or Stones?
Q12E. Fossils?
Q12F. The 19th and 20th centuries (IF NECESSARY: SITES AND ARTIFACTS FROM THE 19TH AND 20TH CENTURIES) (IF NECESSARY: 1800íS AND 1900íS)
Q12G. Shipwrecks
Q12H. Pottery
Q12I. Ancient Civilizations

Q14A. How old are THE OLDEST THINGS archaeologists study? (OPEN ENDED)

Response [1]
Donít Know [-8]
(ASK Q14AX IF Q14A EQUALS RESPONSE)
Q14AX Specify response
Q14AA What is the MOST RECENT time period that archaeologists study? (OPEN ENDED).
Response [1]
Donít Know [-8]
(ASK Q14AAX IF Q14A EQUALS RESPONSE)
Q14AAX Specify response

Q15. In which parts of WORLD do archaeologists conduct studies of the past? (UNAIDED-DO NOT READ LIST) (MULTIPLE RESPONSES ALLOWED) (PROBE FOR OTHERS)

Everywhere in the world/ all over/ anywhere/ world wide
Africa
Asia
Australia
China
Deserts
Europe
Egypt
Greece/ Rome/ The Mediterranean
India
The Holy land/ Israel
Indian remains/ burial grounds
Mexico or Central/ Meso America
The Near East/ Middle East
North America
Peru/ The Andes/ Bolivia
South America
Underwater
United States
Other
Donít Know
(ASK Q15X IF Q15 EQUALS OTHER)
Q15X

Q17. In conducting archaeological research, what other fields or kinds of knowledge do archaeologists rely upon to help them find answers (UNAIDED-DO NOT READ LIST) (MULTIPLE RESPONSES ALLOWED) (PROBE FOR OTHERS)

Ancient languages (e.g. philologists or historical linguists)
Ancient technologies (e.g., metals and their sources, stones and stone tool making, ceramics, technologies, textiles)
Reconstructing past environments (e.g. pollen, waters tables, ice cores, comparative ecology, cultural geography)
Art history
Aerial and satellite-based mapping technologies
Micro-biology — studying bone chemistry and DNA
Dating the past (carbon 14/ radiocarbon dating, tree rings, thermoluminesence)
All sciences
Anthropology/ Cultural Anthropology
Architecture
Biology
Botany
Chemistry
Computer/ computer science/ computer programming
Forensic science
Genetics
Geology
History/ Ancient history
History of evolution
Paleontology
Physics
Physiology/ Anatomy
Sociology
Zoology
Math/ Mathematics
Science/ Science in general
Other
Donít Know
(IF Q17 EQ OTHER GO TO Q17X)
Q17X. (SPECIFY OTHER)

Q21. In your opinion, what are some of the important sites archaeologists have found? (UNAIDED-DO NOT READ LIST) (MULTIPLE RESPONSES ALLOWED) (PROBE FOR OTHERS)

The Anasazi City
Angkor Wat
American Indian/ Native American areas
Aztec ruins
Biblical cities/ The Holy land/ Israel
Catal Huyok (pronounced Shatal who-yuk)
Dead Sea Scrolls
Dinosaurs/ Dinosaur sites
England/ Stone Henge/ Bath/ Yorkgate
Egypt/ pyramids/ the Valley of the Kings/ Luxor, Thebes/ Egyptian tombs/
The pyramids in Mexico (sun/ moon)
Pyramids
Greece (Parthenon, Acropolis, Delphi)
The Ice Man
The Inca remains in Peru
Indian Cliff Dwellings
Italy/ Rome (Coliseum, Forum, Baths of Caracalla, Pompeii)
Jericho
LaBrea Tar Pits
Lucy
The Middle East
Masada
Mesa Verde
Mesopotamia
Painted caves in France and Spain/ cave paintings
South America
The Titanic
Xian (pronounced she-on)/ Terra Cotta Army in China
King Tut/ King Tutís tomb
Mayan ruins/ temples
Herculanian
Donít Know
Other
(IF Q21 EQ OTHER, ASK Q21X)
Q21X. (SPECIFY OTHER)

Q28. Please rate the following groups on the amount of archaeological work they do, on a scale from 0 to 10, where 0 means that they do "no archaeological work" and 10 means that they do "a lot of archaeological work." (AIDED — READ LIST)

(ROTATE)
Q28A. Government Agencies
Q28B. Universities
Q28C. Museums
Q28D. Tribal or Native American communities
Q28E. Private Consulting Firms
Q28F. Private Individuals

Q31. What are the sources of information through which YOU have LEARNED about archaeology? (UNAIDED-DO NOT READ LIST) (MULTIPLE RESPONSES ALLOWED) (IF NECESSARY: PROBE WITH "WHERE HAVE YOU LEARNED ABOUT ARCHAEOLOGY?")

Museums
Television
Internet
Travel
Books/ Encyclopedias
Magazines
Newspapers
Primary/ Elementary/ Grammar school
Secondary/ Middle/ High School
College/University
Movies
Public Lectures
Parks
Local societies (archaeological or historical),
Preservation/ conservation groups
Participation in a dig or archaeological project
Historical/ Cultural events
Radio
Friends/ word of mouth
Videos
Library
Novels/ Fiction
National Geographic
Discovery Channel
None
Other
Donít Know
(ASK Q31X IF Q31 EQ OTHER)
Q31X. (SPECIFY OTHER)

Q33. In your opinion, should students learn about archaeology and how archaeologists work as a regular part of their school curriculum?

Yes [1]
No [2]
Donít Know [-8]
(IF Q33 EQ YES ASK Q35)

Q35. In which grade level should students learn about archaeology and how archaeologists work? (UNAIDED-DO NOT READ LIST)

Primary/ Elementary/ Grammar School (K through 4) [1]
Middle School (grades 5 through 8) [2]
High School (grades 9 through 12) [3]
College/ University [4]
All grade levels [5]
Other [6]
Donít Know [ -8]

II. Interest and Participation

Q41. Now, thinking about your level of interest in archaeology, on the 10-point scale, where 0 means that you are "not at all interested" and 10 means that you are "very interested", how INTERESTED are you in archaeology?

0 Ė Not at all interested [1]
1 [2]
2 [3]
3 [4]
4 [5]
5 [6]
6 [7]
7 [8]
8 [9]
9 [10]
10 Ė Very Interested [11]
Donít Know [ -8]
(IF Q41 GT 5 ASK Q43 Ė Q43 IS ASKED ONLY OF THOSE WHO GIVE A 5 OR HIGHER RATING IN Q41)

Q43. What interests you personally about archaeology? (IF NECESSARY: WHAT IS IT ABOUT ARCHAEOLOGY THAT INTERESTS YOU?) (UNAIDED-DO NOT READ LIST) (MULTIPLE RESPONSES ALLOWED) (PROBE FOR OTHERS)

Learning about the human past/ how people lived, worked, built shelter
Learning about dinosaurs
Learning about my ancestors/ identifying with the past
The mystery
The discovery/ the thrill of discovery/ sense of discovery
The Bible
History
Indians/ Native Americans
Participating in a dig or project
Ancient civilizations
Finding old things
Connecting the past with the present
Spirituality
Preservation/ the way things are preserved
Dating old things/ carbon dating
Finding bones
New discoveries
Connecting the past with the future
Nothing
Other
Donít Know
(IF Q43 EQ OTHER GO TO Q43X)
Q43X. (SPECIFY OTHER)

Q47. Through which means would you prefer to learn about archaeology? (UNAIDED-DO NOT READ LIST) (MULTIPLE RESPONSES ALLOWED) (PROBE FOR OTHERS)

Museums
Television
Internet
Travel
Books/ Encyclopedias
Magazines/ Periodicals
Newspapers
School
Movies
Public Lectures
Parks
Local societies (archaeological or historical),
Preservation/ conservation groups
Participation in a dig or archaeological project
Historical/ Cultural events
Radio
Friends/ word of mouth
Videos
Library
Novels/ Fiction
Hands on
Reading
Not interested in learning
Other
Donít Know
IF Q47 EQ OTHER GO TO Q47X)
Q47X. (SPECIFY OTHER)
(IF Q47 EQ NOT INTERESTED IN LEARNING ASK Q49)

Q49. What are the reasons why you are NOT interested in learning about archaeology? (UNAIDED-DO NOT READ LIST) (MULTIPLE RESPONSES ALLOWED) (PROBE FOR OTHERS)

Not important to me
Do not see value in learning more
Do not have time
Boring
Not relevant to my own history/ the history of my people/ family/ background
Too difficult
Not interested in/ learning the past
Other
Donít Know
(IF Q49 EQ OTHER GO TO Q49X)
Q49X (SPECIFY OTHER)

Q52. Have you ever: (AIDED — READ LIST) (Yes/ No/ Donít Know)

(ROTATE)
Q52A. Visited an archaeological site?
Q52B. Participated in or attended an archaeology event sponsored by a state or local society or government?
Q52C. Visited a museum exhibiting archaeological material?
(ASK Q52D IF Q52A EQUALS YES)
Q52D. Participated in an archaeological excavation or "dig"?
(IF Q52.A EQ YES ASK Q53 Ė Q55 Ė IF VISITED AN ARCHEAOLOGICAL SITE)

Q53. Which archaeological site(s) have you visited? (PROBE FOR OTHERS)

The Anasazi City
Angkor Wat
American Indian/ Native American areas
Aztec ruins
Biblical cities/ The Holy land/ Israel
Catal Huyok (pronounced Shatal who-yuk)
Dead Sea Scrolls
Dinosaurs/ Dinosaur sites
England/ Stone Henge/ Bath/ Yorkgate
Egypt/ pyramids/ the Valley of the Kings/ Luxor, Thebes/ Egyptian tombs
The pyramids in Mexico (sun/moon)
Pyramids
Greece (Parthenon, Acropolis, Delphi)
The Ice Man
The Inca remains in Peru
Indian Cliff Dwellings
Italy/ Rome (Coliseum, Forum, Baths of Caracalla, Pompeii)
Jericho
LaBrea Tar Pits
Lucy
The Middle East
Masada
Mesa Verde
Mesopotamia
Painted caves in France and Spain/ cave paintings
South America
The Titanic
Xian (pronounced she-on)/ Terra Cotta Army in China
King Tut/ King Tutís tomb
Mayan ruins/ temples
Herculanian
Donít Know
Other

Q55. Why did you visit this/ these site(s)? (UNAIDED-DO NOT READ LIST) (MULTIPLE RESPONSES ALLOWED) (PROBE FOR OTHERS)

Education
Recreation
Ancestral or cultural connection
Spiritual reason
To connect with our nationís historical roots
For artistic purposes
Tourism/ vacation
Curiosity
Visiting the area
Live there
Interest in Native Americans
To see what was discovered/ found
To see how archaeologists work
School field trip
Interest/ out of interest
Other
Donít Know
(IF Q55 EQ 22 GO TO Q55X)
Q55X. (SPECIFY OTHER)
(IF Q52.A NE YES ASK Q57 Ė IF NOT VISITED AN ARCHEAOLOGICAL SITE)

Q57. If you had the opportunity to visit an archaeological site, what would be the reasons you would visit it? (UNAIDED-DO NOT READ LIST) (MULTIPLE RESPONSES ALLOWED) (PROBE FOR OTHERS)

Education
Recreation
Ancestral or cultural connection
Spiritual reason
To connect with our nationís historical roots
For artistic purposes
Tourism/ vacation
Curiosity
Visiting the area
Live there
Interest in Native Americans
To see what was discovered/ found
To see how archaeologists work
School field trip
Interest/ out of interest
Other
Donít Know
(IF Q57 EQ 22 GO TO Q57X)
Q57X. (SPECIFY OTHER)

III. Importance and Value

Q61. Now, thinking about the importance of archaeology in todayís society, on a 10-point scale, where 0 means that "it is not at all important" and 10 means that "it is very important", how IMPORTANT do you feel archaeology is in todayís society?

0 Ė Not at all important [1]
1 [2]
2 [3]
3 [4]
4 [5]
5 [6]
6 [7]
7 [8]
8 [9]
9 [10]
10 Ė Very important [11]
Donít Know [ -8]
(IF Q61 EQ 0 THROUGH 10 ASK Q61X)
Q61X. Why do you give that rating?

Q67. (Using the same 10-point importance scale, where 0 means that it "it is not at all important" and 10 means that "it is very important"), How important do you think archaeology is: (READ LIST)

(ROTATE)
Q67A. To the Economy
Q67B. In drafting Public Policy
Q67C. In shaping Societyís Values
Q67D. In International Affairs
Q67E. To your own life
Q67F. To Understanding the modern world

Q71. There are several kinds of values that society may place on different aspects of life. These aspects could have educational, monetary, scientific, spiritual, personal heritage, aesthetic (beauty related), or political value. Some aspects may be of no value to society. (AIDED) (Yes/ No/ Donít Know) Is the value of archaeological OBJECTS AND SITES: (READ LIST):

(ROTATE)
Q71BA. Educational
Q71BB. Monetary
Q71BC. Scientific
Q71BD. Spiritual
Q71BE. Aesthetic or Artistic
Q71BF. Political
Q71BG. Related to Personal Heritage

IV. Attitudes — Conservation, Laws, and Management

Q87. Do you feel that there should be laws to protect historical and prehistoric archaeological sites?

Yes [1]
No [2]
Donít Know [ -8]
(IF Q87 EQ YES ASK Q90)

Q90. Do you believe such laws should prevent the general public from: (Read list) (Yes/ No/ Donít know)

(ROTATE)
Constructing a house or business on the site of a prehistoric Indian village?
Constructing a house or business on the site of a former Revolutionary War or Civil War battle?
Digging up arrowheads or pots from your property?
Selling artifacts found on property you own?
Selling artifacts you found on someone else's property?
Importing artifacts from a country that does not want them to be exported?
Altering or removing rock art?
Taking away arrowheads found on public property
Taking away artifacts found on shipwrecks
(IF Q90 EQ NO ASK Q91)

Q91. Why do you feel that historical and prehistoric sites don't merit legal protection?

(LIST COULDNíT BE DRAFTED. ONLY ONE COMMENT MADE)

Q92. Do you know of any current laws (READ LIST) (Yes/ No/ Donít know)

Q92A. Protecting archaeological sites
Q92B. Protecting shipwrecks
Q92C. Protecting unmarked human burial sites
Q92D. Concerning the buying and selling of artifacts
(ASK Q104 IF ANY RESPONSE FROM Q92A, Q92C OR Q92D EQUALS YES)

Q104. Do these laws apply to sites, objects, or remains found on: (READ LIST) (ACCEPT ONE RESPONSE)

Publicly owned lands
Privately owned lands
Both publicly and privately owned lands

Q105. What would you do if you found an object for sale that you knew was taken from an archaeological site, and you really liked the item? (DO NOT READ LIST)

Nothing
Report them to local law enforcement authorities
Buy it to keep it
Buy it to donate it to a heritage institution/ museum/ historical society
Buy it to give it as a gift
Ask sellers why they were selling it
Report it to the State Archaeologist/ Historical Commission
Not buy it
Find out if itís legal to purchase
Tell the seller it is illegal
Buy it and lend it for display or study
Other
Donít Know
(ASK Q105X IF Q015 EQ OTHER)
Q105X Specify Other Mention

Q109A. If a member of the general public takes away artifacts from an archaeological site on publicly owned land, should there be a penalty imposed?

Yes [1]
No [2]
Donít Know [ -8]
(IF Q109A EQ YES ASK Q109B)

Q109B. What kind of penalty do you think would be appropriate? (READ LIST IF NECESSARY) (IF NECESSARY: WHAT SOULD HAPPEN TO A PERSON WHO DOES THIS?)

A fine [1]
Jail [2]
Community work [3]
Fine and Jail [4]
Fine and Community work [5]
Jail and Community work [6]
Fine, Jail, and Community work [7]
Other [ 22]
Donít Know [ -8]
(IF Q109B EQ OTHER ASK Q 109C)

Q109C. Specify other penalty

Q110A. If a member of the general public takes away artifacts from an archaeological site on privately owned land, should there be a penalty imposed?

Yes [1]
No [2]
Donít Know [ -8]
(IF Q110A EQ YES ASK Q110B)

Q110B. What kind of penalty do you think would be appropriate? (READ LIST IF NECESSARY) (IF NECESSARY: WHAT SOULD HAPPEN TO A PERSON WHO DEOS THIS?)

A fine [1]
Jail [2]
Community work [3]
Fine and Jail [4]
Fine and Community work [5]
Jail and Community work [6]
Fine, Jail, and Community work [7]
Other [ 22]
Donít Know [ -8]
(IF Q110B EQ 22 ASK Q 110C)

Q110C. Specify other penalty

Q111A. If a member of the general public takes away artifacts from a shipwreck, should there be a penalty imposed?

Yes [1]
No [2]
Donít Know [ -8]
(IF Q111A EQ YES ASK Q111B)

Q111B. What kind of penalty do you think would be appropriate? (READ LIST IF NECESSARY) (IF NECESSARY: WHAT SHOULD HAPPEN TO A PERSON WHO DOES THIS?)

A fine [1]
Jail [2]
Community work [3]
Fine and Jail [4]
Fine and Community work [5]
Jail and Community work [6]
Fine, Jail, and Community work [7]
Other [ 22]
Donít Know [ -8]
(IF Q111B EQ 22 ASK Q 111C)
Q111C Specify other penalty

Q113. Iím going to read you some statements. Please tell me if you "Strongly Agree", "Agree", "Neither Agree nor Disagree", "Disagree", or "Strongly Disagree" with the following statements: (Read list)

(ROTATE)
The US government should own all archaeological sites and objects found in the United States
Museums should have legal rights to any archaeological artifacts found in the United States
Museums and individuals should be able to buy archeological objects from abroad even if they were taken out of the country of origin without the countryís permission
Individuals should have legal rights to any archaeological artifacts they find on government land (IN NECESSARY: ANY INDIVIDUALS WHETHER OR NOT THEY ARE TRAINED AS ARCHAEOLOGISTS)
Individuals should have legal rights to any archaeological artifacts they find on private property (IN NECESSARY: ANY INDIVIDUALS WHETHER OR NOT THEY ARE TRAINED AS ARCHAEOLOGISTS)
Public funds should be used to protect archaeological sites
Public funds should be used to preserve historical sites

Demographics

Q200. I now have just a few more questions for classification purposes.

Q201. In which age category may I place you? Are you: (READ LIST)

Between 18 and 24 [1]
Between 25 and 34 [2]
Between 35 and 44 [3]
Between 45 and 54 [4]
Between 55 and 64 [5]
65 or Older [6]

Q202. (INTERVIEWER: CHOOSE THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATION MENTIONED) Did you attend high school; graduate from high school; attend college or technical school; graduate from a 4 year college; attend graduate school?

Attend High School [1]
Graduate High School [2]
Attend College/ Tech School [3]
Graduate 4 Year College [4]
Attend Graduate School [5]
None (V) [22]

Q203. How many children under the age of 18 are there in your immediate household?

Q204. Of which ethnic background do you consider yourself to be: (READ LIST)

Caucasian [1]
African American [2]
Asian [3]
Hispanic [4]
Native American/ Alaskan Native/ Hawaiian Native [5]
Other [6]

Q205. Are you employed as an archaeologist or in an archaeology-related field?

Yes [1]
No [2]

Q212. The information you have provided is very much appreciated. Thank you very much for your contribution. (INT: RECORD GENDER)

Male [1]
Female [2]

 

 

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