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Use the following questions to interview a parent or other adult member of your family. Record your answers in the space provided.

Did your family eat dinner together? How often? Did they eat other meals together?


What kinds of things did you do with your family?


Did your family have a color television, VCR, answering machine or personal computer? What kinds of electronic equipment did you have?


Did you share a bedroom or bathroom with a brother or sister?


Was the house you grew up in bigger or smaller than the home you live in now?


As a teenager, did you have a job? What did you do with the money you made?


Where did you go shopping? What did you buy?


How did you pay for things? Did you have a credit card?


Did you drive or own your own car?


What fashions were popular? Was it important to wear certain brand names?






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