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Introduction to Applied Demography
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Introduction to Applied Demography
Data Sources and Estimation Techniques



July 1984 | 95 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Applied demography is a technique which can handle small geographic areas -- an approach which allows market segments and target populations to be studied in detail. This book provides the essential elements of applied demography in a clear and concise manner. It details the kind of information that is available; who produces it; and how that information can be used. The sources mentioned are American, but the techniques for estimating have universal application. A background in elementary algebra is sufficient for this book.

'This is a handy, concise primer that summarizes various fundamentals of particular interest to the field (estimating total populations, household sizes, etc.)' -- Population Today, October 1984

 
Introduction to Applied Demography
 
Census Statistics
 
Current Surveys
 
Vital Statistics
 
Estimating Total Population
 
Estimating Demographic Characteristics

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Norfleet W. Rives

William J. Serow

William J. "Bill" Serow, 57, a Florida State University economics professor and former director of ... More About Author

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