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Asian and Pacific Census Newsletter, Volume 4, no. 2
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|dc.description.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 issue contains: Australia Processes Its 1976 Census by Elizabeth B. Gould What Australians Think About Their Census by Elizabeth B. Gould Technical note: Programming the HP-25 Calculator: Part I by Griffith Feeney 1980 US Census Update Publications That Count by Alice D. Harris 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)|
|dc.publisher||Honolulu: East-West Population Institute|
|dc.title||Asian and Pacific Census Newsletter, Volume 4, no. 2|
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