Whither the census? Continuity and change in census methodologies worldwide, 1985–2014

@article{Kukutai2015WhitherTC,
  title={Whither the census? Continuity and change in census methodologies worldwide, 1985–2014},
  author={T. Kukutai and V. Thompson and R. McMillan},
  journal={Journal of Population Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={32},
  pages={3-22}
}
  • T. Kukutai, V. Thompson, R. McMillan
  • Published 2015
  • Geography
  • Journal of Population Research
  • Studies examining the use of alternative census models in specific countries or regions suggest that the traditional full enumeration census may be heading toward its ‘twilight.’ However the lack of a comparative and longitudinal overview makes it difficult to evaluate whether in fact the population census is in a state of global decline. As National Statistics Offices worldwide explore options for future census transformation, a more systematic study is both timely and methodologically… CONTINUE READING
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