2 edition of Contemporary Canada [by] Nathan Keyfitz [and others] found in the catalog.
Contemporary Canada [by] Nathan Keyfitz [and others]
Richard H Leach
|Contributions||Keyfitz, Nathan, 1913-, Duke University. Commonwealth-Studies Center.|
|LC Classifications||F5012 L4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||328|
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Human resources in Canada: population problems and prospects / Nathan Keyfitz --Two cultures: an essay on nationalism, class, and ethnic tension / Hubert Guindon --The Canadian economy: an overview / William C. Hood --The Canadian industrial structure: an essay on its nature and efficiency / H.E.
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Special features of this Wynford edition included the new introduction by Tepperman, the foreword to the Chicago paperback by Nathan Keyfitz of the Dominion Bureau of Statistics (predessor to Statistics Canada), and Hughes's own preface to the reprint, as well as a brief biography of Hughes and selections from important reviews of the Cited by: French Canada in Transition is a landmark study of the impact of rapid industrialization on small French Canadian communities.
First published in by the University of Chicago Press, it remains one of the most widely cited works of Canadian Sociology. the foreword to the Chicago paperback by Nathan Keyfitz of the Dominion Bureau of Price: $ Applied Mathematical Demography: 3rd (Third) edition Hardcover – Janu by Hal Caswell Nathan Keyfitz (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
See all 10 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 5/5(1). Insight into these methodological issues can be garnered from a consideration of two leading North American demographers of the late twentieth century, Ansley J.
Coale and Nathan Keyfitz. To the best of my knowledge, Coale never wrote systematically on the methodology of demography, so one must seek methodological remarks, often made in Cited by: Handbook of classical mythology. Handbook of Egyptian mythology.
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In his Presidential Address to the Population Association of America, Nathan Keyfitz () adopted what he termed a ‘liberal view of models.’ In this paper, I would like to sketch a ‘liberal’ view of scientific theory, and to discuss some of its implications for the way we think about demography and the way we present it to by: Canadian insights: a collection of the publications of Richard H.
Leach, Ph. D., Director of the Canadian Studies Center, Duke University, presented upon the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday, and his retirement as Director of.
Population and Society brings together twenty-six classic and contemporary published works that are considered to be foundational reading for the study of human population and book is divided into ten sections with concise introductory overviews by the editor, Frank Trovato.
Section one examines the foundational principles of demography and its nature as a. The second part of this work is devoted to any analysis of the social structures of contemporary French Canada.
The essays presented are divided into three sections corresponding to a three-level subdivision often employed by the sociologist in the analysis of a particular society: 1.
population and ecology; 2. economic structure and social. Nathan Letovsky, Canada Contemporary Winter scene, Acrylic on Board, Signed & dated: N. Letovsky 82 Image Size: Height: 24, Width: 30".
The second subdivision of the book, dealing with material factors, contains several essays of more than average interest. Nathan Keyfitz concludes, among other things, that the economic position of French-speaking Canadians, while improved in absolute terms, has not changed significantly relative to that of English-speaking Canadians.
33 Keyfitz, Nathan, “Human Resources,” in Leach, Richard, ed., Contemporary Canada (Durham, NC, ), 10 – 34 J. Servan-Schreiber also points to the superiority of the American educational system as the most crucial difference between Americans and Europeans—a difference upon which American economic hegemony ultimately by: Une édition électronique réalisée à partir d'un article de Nathan Keyfitz intitulé: “Some Demographic Aspects of French-English Relations in Canada”.
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The current between the current population size and the dervied population size under this assumption. Abstract. This chapter present ten general principles for improving the teaching of demography.
Support for these principles is found in (a) the ideas of the semantic or model-based school of the philosophy of science, and (b) the design of courses and textbooks in the physical and biological by: 4. You can write a book review and share your experiences.
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