Codes and Frequencies
FRLAN indicates the degree to which better foreign language training would increase the respondent's interest in conducting research outside of the United States.
If a 1993 Survey of Doctorate Recipients respondent's work was related to research, he/she was asked how much his/her interest in researching abroad would increase depending on certain factors. In addition to FRLAN, the responses related to each factor are contained in the variables FRFAM, FRFIN, FROPP, FROT, and FRSAB.
- SESTAT SDR 1993: Work applicable to research
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