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Title: Asian and Pacific census forum, volume 06, no. 2 
Author: Feeney, Griffith
Date: 1979-11
Publisher: Honolulu: East-West Population Institute
Abstract: This is a quarterly periodical containing articles on population issues affecting the Asia-Pacific region, book reviews, and news about population activities in the region. This series began publication in 1974; over the years, the name of the series has changed several times. Additional issues may be found under the following series names: Asian and Pacific Census Newsletter (August 1974 - May 1978) ; Asian and Pacific Census Forum (August 1978 - November 1985) ; Asian and Pacific Population Forum (November 1986 - Winter 1993)
Description: For more about the East-West Center, see http://www.eastwestcenter.org/
Table of Contents: This issue contains: Politics and the census / David L. Kaplan -- Technical note: a procedure for comparing mortality measures calculated from intercensal survival with the corresponding estimates from registered deaths / William Brass -- Technical note: a note on the Brass procedure for converting a series of proportions of children dead directly into a life table / James Trussell -- Technical note: estimating the completeness of registration of deaths and the relative underenumeration in two successive censuses / James Trussell, Jane Menken -- Seventh EWPI Population Census Conference / K.K. Chakravorty -- Pacific census planners meet -- Publications that count / Alice D. Harris
Pages/Duration: 20 p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/3568
LC Subject Headings: Asia - Population
Pacific Area - Population
Asia - Census
Pacific Area - Census

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    A quarterly periodical containing articles on population issues affecting the Asia Pacific region, book reviews, and news about population activities in the region. This series began publication in 1974; over the years, the name of the series has changed several times. Additional issues may be found under the following series names: Asian and Pacific Census Newsletter, Asian and Pacific Census Forum, Asian and Pacific Population Forum.

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