Guns, Violence, and Identity among African American and Latino Youth

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APPENDIX A
The Columbia Youth Gun Study
Final Interview Protocol

I would like to start by having you tell me a little about yourself and your neighborhood.


**PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS

Tell me about a little bit about yourself.

PC1. Age. How old are you? When is your birthday?

PC2. Ethnicity. What is your ethnic or racial background?

PC3. Neighborhood (Raised in). What 'Hood do you live in? (Specific name, more than just “the Bronx”)

PC4. What have you been doing during the past six months? (PROBE: Locked up? In school? Working - legit? Hustling? Chillin?)


**FAMILY

Tell me about your family.

FAMSIZE1. Do you have a BIG /large family?

FAMSIZE2. Are your parents married? If yes, are they still together? If no, when did they split up? Did you have any step parents or mother's boyfriends/ pop's girlfriends around?

FAMMOMS1. Tell me a little something about your mother. Was your moms around much when you was growing up?

FAMPOPS1. Tell me a little bit about your father? Was your pops around much when you was growing up? FAMBRO1. How many brothers do you have? Older/Younger? How well do you get along? (FOR EACH ONE)

FAMBRO2. What does he do? What is his occupation (or in school)? ($$$$) Is he a GOOD OR BAD INFLUENCE ON YOU? HOW?

FAMSIS1. How many sisters do you have? Older/Younger? How well do you get along? (FOR EACH ONE)

FAMSIS2. What does she do? What is her occupation (or in school)? ($$$$) Is she a GOOD OR BAD INFLUENCE ON YOU? HOW?

FAMSIZE3. What about your extended family, “Grandparents, aunties, uncles, cousins” are you close to them? Do you see them a lot? Who?

FAMSIZE4. When you were growing up, how many people lived in your household besides your parents, brothers, and sisters?

FAMCARE1. Who was primarily responsible for taking care of you when you were younger?

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