Journal of Official Statistics, Vol.2, No.4, 1986. pp. 425–429
Where Do People Live?
Abstract:Population counts for small areas, as in a census, are directly affected by the rules that determine where each person is to be counted. Clear rules are needed for groups such as migratory workers, persons whose work requires long absences from the family home, homeless persons, military personnel, persons maintaining two or more homes, persons in hospitals, correctional, or other institutions, crews of sea-going vessels, and others. The rules may have a bearing on family and household statistics and statistics on socioeconomic status as well as on counts of numbers of people.
Keywords:Census; residence; migratory workers; de facto; de jure counts; homeless persons.
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