2 edition of Scotland"s census 2001 : reference volume found in the catalog.
Scotland"s census 2001 : reference volume
|Series||A national statistics publication|
|Contributions||General Register Office, Scotland.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iiv, 519 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||519|
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Poor mental health is an important public health challenge and significant mental health inequalities exist in Scotland. Improving the mental health and wellbeing of the population is a national priority because this is recognised as having a positive effect on many different aspects of society. The population census in Scotland—the first to include questions on religion—provides important evidence on religious mobility and the effect of local context on religious disaffection.
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Population Report; Reference Volume; Tenure and Living Rent Free Tables; Key Statistics for Council and Health Board Areas Scotland. areas. These indexes provide the reference number of the enumeration book for each street, institution and public building.
For example, the census street index for Edinburgh shows that the Adelphi Hotel is in registration district and enumeration book seven (our reference //7). Key to cross-references * see street index volume 37File Size: 83KB. Citations for one volume of a multivolume work should include the number of the volume used.
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10 October Available online at: -scotland. Benbecula (/ b ɛ n ˈ b ɛ k j ʊ l ə / (); Scottish Gaelic: Beinn nam Fadhla or Beinn na Faoghla) is an island of the Outer Hebrides, in the Atlantic Ocean off the west coast of the census it had a usually resident population of 1, with a sizable percentage of Roman forms part of the area administered by Comhairle nan Eilean Siar or the Western Isles Council.
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The islands' total population at the census, and the figure During the same period Scottish island populations as a whole grew by 4% toThe largest settlement in the Outer Hebrides is Stornoway on Lewis, which has a population of about 8, Volume Two, State and Local Histories and Records.
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Search through the national census records and smaller unique census records like the Corfe Castle and District Census.Citation: Blair YI, McMahon AD, Macpherson LMD () Comparison and Relative Utility of Inequality Measurements: As Applied to Scotland’s Child Dental Health.
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