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    The Census Bureau

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    constitution, it became necessary to conduct a census. The census was necessary to determine the number of seats a state was allowed in the House of Representatives according to the U.S. Constitution. The first census counted “the number of free white males age 16 and over, free white females, all other free persons, and how many slaves there were” (United States Census Bureau). The first census took more than a year to complete. The results were posted in two public places so anyone could see them. Interestingly enough, the earliest census inquired about so many different things, that it took more than a decade to publish the findings. Originally, the U.S. Marshal Service was tasked with carrying out the national census. Eventually they become loaded with other duties that took precedence over the census and as a result, the National Census Bureau was formed. After much trial and tribulation and transfers from one department to the next, the Census Bureau found its permanent home in the Department of Commerce in 1913. Currently, the headquarters of the Census Bureau are located in Suitland, Maryland. The main purpose of the Census Bureau is to properly assign seats to the House of Representatives. In addition to assigning seats, the bureau is…

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    Census Crime

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    Different states have different crime and census rate. Even in the same state the counties has different crime and census rate. Crime rate is the number of crimes that have been committed Crime rate is computed by the number of crimes based on the state, county, or even by their category. There are different volumes of crimes, and some crimes are more serious than others. The crime rate is inserted on the Federal Bureau of Investigation website by different states, and counties. The rate is…

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    It’s amazing how short it took to complete the long-census form. Thirty minutes, one siting and a cup of coffee to stay focus. It’s quiet a simple task to fill out the survey because the questions were straightforward and the examples for each question answered all the misconceptions I had if any about each question; however, what exactly is the long-form census and what is it used for? In my experience the long-form census is a survey used to collect data from the people of the country. The…

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    Lacombe Globe Analysis

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    The last census was conducted in May 2011 and consisted of the Census of Agriculture, the Census of Population, and the 2011 National Household Survey. In 1666 Intendant Jean Talon was the first person to initiate the first census in Canada. The census counted the colony 's 3,215 inhabitants and recorded their age, sex, marital status and occupation. In more recent centuries as the population has grown the Census has developed into a wide range of analytical data, reference and geographical…

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    This week I read an article about Canada’s 2016 census result because we were studying about Canada’s population and I thought this would be interesting as I can apply what I learnt in class to this real-life event. The article I chose explains five key points from the latest census data. First, Canada has more big cities and each city is getting bigger. In 2016, there are a total of 35 census metropolitan areas, meaning that it must have a minimum total population of 100,000 people with 50,000…

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    On a daily basis, department managers track census data on the number of patients admitted, transferred, and discharged (known as throughput). The importance of this data allows the department administrator (Fields, R.) “to determine when you experience the biggest patient load and when that load drops off”. Also, “by tracking your patient census and reviewing it on a daily basis, you can determine which departments are overburdened, which times of year are the busiest and which departments are…

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    Census Bureau Case Study

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    Census Bureau First, provide a definition of the terms conceptual definition and operational definition. The term for operational definition is a term by describing the set of manipulations necessary to create the presence of the object and it must be clear and concise (Babbie, 2010). It also it is the operations used to measure or manipulate it. The concrete and specific definition of something in terms of the operations by which observations are to be categorized. The term conceptual…

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    The task of serving as the leading source of quality data for the nation’s people and economy is primarily the mission of the Census Bureau. Dissemination of the bureau mission comes in the form of honoring privacy, protecting confidentiality and sharing our expertise globally while conducting our work openly, hand in hand with the public. As a bureau, we pride ourselves on our commitment to our customers, all points of which are outlined in the Census Bureau Mission Statement. Overall, the…

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    Ethnic Characteristics Table 2 and 3 represent the racial and ethnic characteristic of census tract 1220.01, Arlington, and Texas. Within racial characteristics, White and Hispanics make up majority of the population in all three categories. In census tract 1220.01, whites are majority (92.63%) followed by Hispanic (66.91%). In Table 2, these two census tract 1220.01 findings are the highest compared to Arlington and Texas. Ethnic characteristic showed the diversity in census tract 1220.01,…

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    Through “Census, Map, Museum” Anderson argues that nationalism is a product of how people think about their country. These thoughts are created by censuses, maps, and museums. Developed by the British, censuses in the Middle Eastern Asian states categorized by race while steadfastly ignoring religious affiliations. This classification made it possible for a “systematic quantification” of arbitrary racial lines ultimately leading to the development of segmented groups of the population…

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