*  All news about Demography | Euronews
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*  Category:Demography - Wikimedia Commons
English: Graphics about demography. See also categories: Statistics, Population statistics, Sociological statistics, Health ... Датотеке у категорији „Demography". Следећих 200 датотека је у овој категорији, од укупно 301. ... Преузето из „https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Category:Demography&oldid=257349539" ...
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*  Demography of Rural Aging | SpringerLink
Demography, 42(4), -791-812. doi: 10.1353/dem.2005.0033.CrossRefGoogle Scholar ... Berry E.H., Kirschner A. (2013) Demography of Rural Aging. In: Glasgow N., Berry E. (eds) Rural Aging in 21st Century America. ... Demography, 48(3), 1059-1080. doi: 10.1007/s13524-011-0045-0.CrossRefGoogle Scholar ...
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*  3311.3 - Demography, Queensland, 1998
Provides detailed statistics on births, deaths, infant deaths, marriages and divorces. Detailed population statistics (including overseas arrivals and departures and other components of population change) and population projections. Some data for Statistical Local Areas. ...
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*  3311.3 - Demography, Queensland, 2001
Outdoing the Australian rate of 1.3%, the population of Queensland grew at a rate of 1.9% from 2000 to 2001. The main contributor to this growth was the net interstate migration of 21,995 people. ...
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*  3311.2 - Demography, Victoria, 2001
Most couples who married had lived together before marriage. Of these, the majority (61%) were more likely to have a civil celebrant officiate their wedding. Of couples who didn't live together before marriage, 71% had their wedding officiated by a minister of religion. ...
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*  3141.0 - Demography Bulletin, 1971
Australian Demography Bulletins (1922 to 1937) and Demography Bulletins (1938 to 1971). Previously: Australian Demography ...
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*  3311.6 - Demography, Tasmania, 1998
Provides a comprehensive demographic overview of Tasmania. Contains tables and commentary on Tasmanian trends in population, births, deaths, marriages, divorces, and migration. Components of population change, estimated resident population and various demographic rates are reported, and comparisons are made across States and Territories. Selected statistics are presented for Statistical Local Areas. ...
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*  3311.2 - Demography, Victoria, 2000
Further details can be found in Demography Victoria, 2000 (cat. no. 3311.2), available in ABS bookshops. This media release and ...
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*  3311.2 - Demography, Victoria, 2001
In 2001, the local government area in Melbourne (SD) recording the highest number of deaths was the City of Boroondara with 1,300 deaths. This was followed by the Shire of Mornington Peninsula with 1,200 deaths. In the remainder of Victoria, the highest numbers were recorded in the local government areas of the City of Greater Geelong with 1,600 deaths and the City of Greater Bendigo with 700 deaths. ...
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*  3311.2 - Demography, Victoria, 1993
Annual; ISSN:1036-2622; Detailed statistics on births, deaths, infant deaths, marriages and divorces. Detailed population statistics (including overseas arrivals and departures and other components of population change) and population projections. Some data for statistical local areas ...
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*  MPIDR - Statistical Demography
Start » Laboratories » Statistical Demography » Projects » Joint Models for Investigating Fertility and Mortality Rates ...
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*  religious demography
Tag: religious demography. Gina Zurlo gives papers at social science conferences NY and Boston in Announcements, Students 0 ... Tags: academic conferences, religion and social science, religious demography. Global Christian Shifts in Announcements, ...
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*  Statistical Demography and Forecasting | Juha Alho | Springer
"The new book by Alho and Spencer is focused on putting a better emphasis on statistics in the discipline of demography … . The ... "This book is a most useful guide to the literature intersecting demography and statistics. … the book is of almost encyclopedic ... It] is a must buy for every statistician interested in demography and every demographer interestd in expanding his knowledge of ... Both have contributed extensively to statistical demography and served in advisory roles and as statistical consultants in the ...
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*  Industrial structure, business demography and innovation
"Industrial structure, business demography and innovation," Working Papers on Innovation Studies 20070611, Centre for Technology ...
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*  3106.0 - Demography News, Jun 2002
If you are seeking demography or any other ABS data, you can:. *visit the ABS web site, particularly the Demography theme pages ... Indigenous - demography. m.shahidullah@abs.gov.au. (02) 6252 5129. Population - general and other. shail.jain@abs.gov.au. (02) ... To receive ABS Demography News as an email, unsubscribe or change your email address, please email tita.tabije@abs.gov.au If ...
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*  3311.4 - Demography, South Australia, 2001
Demography, cat. nos 3311.1-8 (state- and territory-specific publications). Experimental Estimates of Indigenous Australians, ... For details of publication of other data related to demography, see paragraph 42.. 2 As a result of an amendment made in 1992 ... 44 As well as the statistics included in this and related publications, additional information is available from the Demography ... 1 This publication brings together a number of related series of statistics on demography including estimated resident ...
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*  3106.0 - Demography News, Feb 1999
What the ABS Demography Program produces The demography program produces estimates of the total population by age, sex, ...
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*  3106.0 - Demography News, Sep 2003
The preliminary estimated resident population of Australia at March 2003 was 19,875,000 persons. The population increased by 0.4% in the March quarter 2003 and 1.3% in the 12 months ended March 2003. With the exception of the Northern Territory all states and the Australian Capital Territory recorded positive growth in the March quarter 2003. Queensland and Western Australia recorded the highest growth (each 0.6%) followed by Victoria (0.5%), Tasmania (0.4%) and New South Wales, South Australia and the Australian Capital Territory (each 0.3%). The Northern Territory loss (-0.1%) was mainly due to an increase in interstate migration losses (-1,200). ...
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*  3311.7 - Demography, Northern Territory, 2001
In 2001 the NT experienced a further loss from net interstate migration with 2,200 more people leaving for other states and the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) than arriving to settle in the Northern Territory. Tasmania was the only state that provided a net gain of interstate migrants to the Northern Territory (10) while the largest net loss was to Queensland (1,040). ...
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*  3106.0 - Demography News, Oct 2000
The aim of this one day course is to provide an understanding of the framework of demographic data and the processes which shape the population. The course covers the relationship between Census data and Estimated Resident Population data; components of population growth; projections; estimating the population of small areas; some tools for analysing demographic data and population dynamics. It costs $327 per participant, including a light lunch. ...
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*  3106.0 - Demography News, Jan 2004
There were 251,000 births registered in Australia during 2002. This was 4,600 births (1.9%) more than 2001 and the highest since 1997. The total fertility rate was 1.75 babies per woman. This rate has been relatively stable since 1998, ranging between 1.73 and 1.76 babies per woman, and remained lower than that of the United States of America (2.1 babies per woman) and New Zealand (2.0), but higher than that of the United Kingdom (1.6), Japan (1.3) and many European countries such as Germany (1.4), Greece (1.3) and Italy (1.2). ...
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*  3106.0 - Demography News, Jun 2002
Inexperienced users of population data can find it difficult to decide which measure of population is the most appropriate to use for their purpose. Aside from the differences in the methodology used and the concepts each measure is representing, not all measures are available for any one year. Census counts are only available every five years, estimated resident population figures are available every quarter in a year to the present, and population projections provide figures for points of time in the future (normally published on a yearly basis). The article explains what is being measured by each type of measure and the relationships between them. ...
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*  3106.0 - Demography News, Feb 1999
Ischaemic heart disease was often associated with one or more circulatory diseases. Hypertensive disease was reported as a contributory cause in 16% of all cases where the underlying cause was ischaemic heart disease. Other major contributory causes were chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (10%); diseases of the arteries, arterioles, and capillaries (10%): diabetes (8.7%;) and cerebrovascular disease (7.7%). ...
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