Published June 27, 1997
by National Academies Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||104|
This updated guide to the Census to help instructors and students keep up with the steady stream of Census material. The Census presents a bounty of information and data key to understanding the changing nature of American society. Keeping up with the flood of releases is a major challenge for both teachers and students alike. The panelists discussed preparing for the Year Census. They talked about the importance of using modern statistical methods for the census. They described ways to improve the Year Census.. Census Books The Foundation will publish two books, each offering a thought- provoking interpretation of the major themes that define the United States at this resonant historical moment. These books will present a comprehensive profile of the country as it appears in the latest census numbers. The Census: Counting Under Adversity will be an invaluable resource for users of the data and for policymakers and census planners. It provides a trove of information about the issues that have fueled debate about the census process and about the operations and quality of the nation’s twenty-second decennial enumeration.
Census Briefs are short documents providing findings from Census , current demographic surveys, and the Economic Census. They contain colorful charts to illustrate major points. Prior to November , the Census Briefs were called the Statistical Briefs. Race, Class, and the Census for By Hodgkinson, Harold L Phi Delta Kappan, Vol. 77, No. 2, October Read preview Overview Counting the Counters: Effects of Census on Employment By Kelter, Laura A Monthly Labor Review, Vol. , No. 2, February The United States Census of , conducted by the Census Bureau, determined the resident population of the United States on April 1, , to be ,,, an increase of percent over the ,, people enumerated during the Census. This was the twenty-second federal census and was at the time the largest civilly administered peacetime effort in the United States. The transition from the Census long-form to the ACS forced HUD to revise the CHAS data, so the CHAS and CHAS differ in some important ways from the ACS-based CHAS data released in and later. For general information about comparing Census data to ACS data, see this guidance from the Census Bureau.
Census Online - Books, Microfilms, and Other Resources. Finding Answers in U.S. Census Records: Ancestry's Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources. The Census Book gives many unknown facts and peculiarities about census records and includes 29 census extraction forms, These forms enable you to copy and track your ancestor's information. A CD-ROM of the entire book is included for conveniently printing forms, searching the publication and quickly navigating to specific items of Reviews: 7. Books about the U.S. Census. By D’Vera Cohn. For general readers who want to dig further into how the decennial Census has changed over the years, here is a short list of selected books that explore its past. Included are general histories of census-taking and demographic findings, memoirs of Census Bureau directors, detailed analyses of. In Census , five out of every six housing units in the United States—representing about 83% of the population—will receive the census short form. This four-page questionnaire, which seeks six pieces of information about every person living in a household, is the shortest census form in years.