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Radical Statistics 78 Autumn 2001



How should a statistical agency meet its political responsibilities? Kenneth Prewitt
Census fieldwork: The bedrock for a decade of social analysis Ludi Simpson
Count me in? Jo Southworth

Taking the politics out of the census? Jenny Boag

Religion, ethnicity and nation in the census: Some thoughts on the inclusion of Irish ethnicity and Catholic religion

Patricia Walls

Accounting for sexuality: The scope and limitations of census data on sexual identity and difference

Paul Reynolds

Out for the count: A critical examination of the DETR (DTLR) bi-annual count of Gypsies/Travellers in England with special reference to Staffordshire

Angela Drakakis-Smith & Keith Mason

Census Information

1) Differences in the 2001 census

2) Census fieldwork organisation

3) Response rates and the one number census

4) What an academic learnt from being an enumerator...

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