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Demographic data from the 2001 Botswana census are included for comparison with 2006 CIA estimates.
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Demographic survey data from 1999-2002 shows a significant minority of people from Europe and America, where there is reasonable freedom of thought and access to ideas but no outstanding recent reincarnationist tradition, believe we had a life before we were born, will survive death and be born again physically.
: NOTE: Demographic data below is for the former " Skagway-Hoonah-Angoon " Census Area, which still includes Skagway Borough.
* West Memphis Economic Development and Site Selection, Demographic, tax, and distribution park data ( City Government – Tax Payer funded site )
Demographic history is the study of population history and demographic processes, usually using census or similar statistical data.
Demographic studies, customer segmentation, conjoint analysis and other techniques allow marketers to use large amounts of consumer purchase, survey and panel data to understand and communicate marketing strategy.
Analyses of data provided by the post-1998 U. S. Demographic and Health Surveys found no variation in the occurrence of coitus in the menstrual phases except during menses.
Demographic and health data was collected from the tortoises, as well as data on other reptiles housed in the same facility.
( 2006 ) used data collected from the Demographic and Health Surveys and found that HIV prevalence was " considerably higher in urban areas and for women, especially at younger ages.
( 2006 ) also used data from Demographic and Health Surveys in Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, and Malawi and from AIDS Indicator Surveys in Tanzania and Uganda to conduct his study.
" In its data however, the United Nations Demographic Yearbook affords the individual countries considerable leeway over the definition of " City proper ".
Demographic data indicates that the region is the fastest growing county in Rio: 98, 851 in 1991, 174, 353 in 2000, and 300, 823 in 2010.
In the report it is said that the data for Armenia is taken from Armenia's 2000 Demographic and Health Survey, where there are no figures about Islam in Armenia.
Bowman and Everett Carll Ladd compiled " Public Opinion and Demographic Report ," a twenty-four page selection of polling data that offered a condensed version of Public Opinion.
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One Canadian author, economist and demographer David Foot, divides the generation born after the baby boomers into two groups in his book Boom Bust & Echo: How to Profit from the Coming Demographic Shift: Generation X, born between 1960 and 1966 ; and the " Bust Generation ", born between 1967 and 1979.
Demographic factors also contributed to upward pressure on prices, with the revival ( from around the third quarter of the 15th century ) of European population growth after the century of depopulation and demographic stagnation that had followed the Black Death.
Demographic changes affected the language frontier ; the proportion of Welsh speakers in the Rhondda valley fell from 64 per cent in 1901 to 55 per cent ten years later, and similar trends were evident elsewhere in South Wales.
In Ontario, Canada, one attempt to define the boom came from David Foot, author of Boom, Bust and Echo: Profiting from the Demographic Shift in the 21st century, published in 1997 and 2000.
The racial Demographic was 657 or 95. 1 % White, 0 or 0 % African American, 0 or 0 % Native American and Alaska Native, 34 or 4. 9 % Asian, 0 or 0 % from other races, and 0 or 0 % from two or more races.
Charity, Self-interest and Welfare: Reflections from Demographic and Family History in Charity, Self-Interest and Welfare in the English Past.
Demographic transition ( DT ) refers to the transition from high birth and death rates to low birth and death rates as a country develops from a pre-industrial to an industrialized economic system.
Demographic change in Sweden from 1735 to 2000. Red line: crude death rate ( CDR ), blue line: ( crude ) birth rate ( CBR )
Demographic research tends to include immigrants from mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan as well as overseas Chinese who have immigrated from South East Asia into the broadly-defined Chinese American category as both the governments of the Republic of China and the United States account for Taiwanese Americans as a subgroup of Chinese Americans.
Demographic stochasticity refers to the variability of population growth rates arising from related random events such as birth rates, death rates, sex ratio, and dispersal.
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Demographic changes in the 1960s and 1970s whittled down the overall Russian majority, but they also caused two nationalities ( the Kazakhs and Kirgiz ) to become minorities in their own republics at the time of the 1979 census, and considerably reduced the majority of the titular nationalities in other republics.
According to the official Ottoman census of 1906 – 1907 ( published in " The Ottoman Population 1830 – 1914: Demographic and Social Characteristics " by Kemal H. Karpat ), the ethnic-religious breakdown in the Sanjak of Kırk Kilise was: 22, 022 Muslims ; 14, 154 Greek Orthodox ; 1, 599 Bulgarian Orthodox ; and 789 Jews.
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Demographic changes are not helping, with fewer people living and employed on the land or in small towns, the continued growth of the larger provincial centres, and, in some cases, the arrival of left-leaning " city refugees " in rural areas.
Demographic thoughts can be traced back to antiquity, and are present in many civilisations and cultures, like Ancient Greece, Rome, India and China.
Population institutions are part of the Cicred ( International Committee for Coordination of Demographic Research ) network while most individual scientists engaged in demographic research are members of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, or a national association such as the Population Association of America in the United States, or affiliates of the Federation of Canadian Demographers in Canada.
Demographic surveys by Palmer and Ownby in these communities found that 90 % of practitioners are ethnic Chinese.
Demographic changes ( see below ) are putting great pressure on the housing market, especially in London and the South East.
* Bocquet-Appel, Jean-Pierre, editor and Ofer Bar-Yosef, editor, The Neolithic Demographic Transition and its Consequences, Springer ( October 21, 2008 ), hardcover, 544 pages,, trade paperback and Kindle editions are also available.
Demographic changes and developments in the organisation of work and production methods are generating new types of risks to workers ’ safety and health.
According to the Census 2000 Demographic Profile Highlights, the demographics of zip code 11413 are 91. 5 % Black or African American, 2. 7 % White, 0. 6 % Asian, 0. 3 % American Indian and Alaska Native, 3. 5 % two or more races and 1. 3 % some other race.
Demographic and economic information is permanently updated with off-year censuses, such as the Economic and Agricultural Censuses, and the sampled surveys published in Encuesta Permanente de Hogares ( Permanent Survey of Households ); which are delivered every 6 months.