In view of the tie John decided to use the geographically more widely used name, hard clam, in FWLS publications.
In 1956 John became Chief of the Clam and Chesapeake Oyster Investigations, FWLS (later the National Marine Fisheries Service) in Annapolis, Maryland.
In the second part of their review, Kellard and Middleton move on to consider the FWLs survey.
Kellard and Middleton also used the FWLS to investigate the likelihood of entering self-employment according to labour market status.
Another result from the FWLS which might please the DfEE is the longer period for which respondents report being self-employed, compared with equivalent jobs as employees.
Essays in this issue of the FWLS
approach the problem of Shakespeare and influence with unique analyses and fresh observations that illustrate, supplement, or critique theoretical models of intertextuality discussed above.