2 edition of Seminar on Evaluation and Utilization of Population Census in Latin America. found in the catalog.
Seminar on Evaluation and Utilization of Population Census in Latin America.
Seminar on Evaluation and Utilization of Population Census Data in Latin America (1959 Santiago)
|LC Classifications||JX1977 .A2 ST/TAO/ser. C/46, etc.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 98 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||98|
|LC Control Number||61003722|
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By Santiago de Chile Seminar on Evaluation and Utilization of Population Census Data in Latin America. This is the largest and most complete survey of census records available for Latin America and the Hispanic United States.
The result of exhaustive research in Hispanic archives, it contains a listing of approximately 4, separate censuses, each listed by country and thereunder alphabetically by locality, province, year, and reference locator/5(7).
Seminar on Evaluation and Utilization of Population Census Data in Asia and the Far East ( Bombay, India). Seminar on Evaluation and Utilization of Population Census Data in Asia and the Far East, Bombay, India, 20 June-8 July, New York:.
The round of censuses in Latin America has encountered several challenges, some of them new and others long-standing. In the early s, all signs pointed to. visualize the geographic dimensions of population change in Latin America and the Caribbean.
We compiled census and other public domain information to analyze both temporal and geographic changes in population in the region.
Our database includes population totals for o administrative districts within Latin America and the Size: KB. conducted a total of ten workshops/seminars in census data editing, evaluation, dissemination and the use of CensusInfo, providing training to statisticians from national statistical offices (Note: one national statistical office might have participated in more than one workshop).
The demography of Latin America and the Caribbean since Article (PDF Available) in Population (French Edition) 61(5) September with Reads How we measure 'reads'. The Latin American Population Association, ALAP, is a scientific organization with interest on population issues.
Joined by more than five hundred researchers, students and other professionals ALAP is a forum for dissemination, debateand discussion of demographic matters in Latin America. Latin America and the Caribbean: For Latin America, there was an additional focus through a regional analysis.
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entire economically active population (EAP) in Latin America that is female grew from percent to percent, according to census data (see Table 3).
Taking into account census-re-lated underreporting and using more recent estimates from household surveys, it is revealed that one out of every three economically active.
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There were billion humans on the planet in 29 September First Ministerial Meeting for Latin America and the Caribbean on the Right to Identity and Universal Birth Registration; organised by Organization of American States, Mexico’s National Population Registry and Inter-American Development Bank in Mexico City, Mexico.
The fact that Latinos are disproportionately of immigrant background improves their population health profile, as does their relatively low median age of 28 years in ().Almost two-thirds of the US Latino population is of Mexican origin—7 times more numerous than the next-largest Latino subgroup, Puerto Ricans ().As Table 2 shows (), this is a very youthful population, with over 11 Cited by: It presents data on the foreign born from Latin America at the national and state levels based on the American Community Survey (ACS).
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José Miguel Guzmán is renowned in particular for his key contributions to demographic research in the area of the demographic transition in Latin America and for the great influence he exercised at the global level in areas such as applied research on policies regarding ageing as well as population and climate change linkages.Byon the eve of Latin America's independence movements, roughly a quarter of the population were mixed race.
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