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Social indicators 1973
United States. Office of Management and Budget
by For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print Off. in [Washington
Written in English
|Statement||Written and compiled by the Statistical Policy Division, Office of Management and Budget, and prepared for publication by the Social and Economic Statistics Administration, U. S. Department of Commerce.|
|Contributions||Shiskin, Julius., United States. Social and Economic Statistics Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||258|
|LC Control Number||73600356|
Livability encompasses broad human needs ranging from food and basic security to beauty, cultural expression, and a sense of belonging to a community or a place. “Quality of life” emerged as a concept within the Social Indicators Movement of the s and questioned basic assumptions about the relationship between economic and social well. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Social Indicators, Selected Statistics on Social Conditions and Trends in the United States. Washington, D.C. Rossi, R. J., and K. J. Gilmartin. The Handbook of Social Indicators: Sources, Characteristics and Analysis. Share a link to this book page on your.
Few social indicators are collected annually--and social changes tend to occur slowly. Hence, the indicators refer to somewhat different dates within three broad time spans: years ago (centering on ), years ago (centering on ) and most recent estimates ( in most cases but for GNP per capita and population). FUTURES April Social Indicators and Technology Assessment these goals; the political processes and the psychological climate upon which their realisation would depend; and the strength of the underlying assumption that scientific knowledge and information inevitably exert positive and bene- ficial effects upon policy thinking and Cited by: 1.
The Social Progress of Nations Revisited, – 50 Years of Development Challenges and Accomplishments Series: Social Indicators Research Series, Vol. Social Indicators Social science researchers are developingconcepts and measuresofchanges in society. Eleanor Bernert Sheldon and Robert Parke A statistical report entitled Social In-dicators, was published last year by the U.S. Office of Management and Bud-get (1). Social Indicators contains charts and tables presenting statistical time.
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Get this from a library. Social indicators, a review symposium. [Roxann A Van Dusen; Center for Coordination of Research on Social Indicators (U.S.);]. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
The book contains statistics selected and organized to describe social conditions and trends in the United States. Most of the data was compiled through Federal Government surveys. The following eight major social areas are examined: health, public safety, education, employment income, housing, leisure and recreation, and population.
Within each of these categories areas of social concerns are. Following the publication of "Social Indicators, ", a review symposium met to discuss and evaluate the potential utility of the document. The articles in this book present the essence of the commentary at the symposium.
Section 1 identifies the themes in the symposium discussions and provides an overview of the by: 7. Handbook of Social Indicators and Quality of Life Research - Kindle edition by Land, Kenneth C., Michalos, Alex C., Sirgy, M.
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SOCIAL INDICATORS AND QUALITY OF LIFE RESEARCH: BACKGROUND, ACHIEVEMENTS AND CURRENT TRENDS* Heinz-Herbert Noll At the beginning of the 21st century, social indicators and quality of life Social indicators 1973 book are well established fields of social science in many countries around the Size: KB.
Social indicators are defined as statistical measures that describe social trends and conditions impacting on human well-being.  Generally, social indicators perform one or more of three functions: providing information for decision-making.
monitoring and evaluating policies. and/or searching for a common good and deciding how to reach it. . • The U.S. Office of Management and Budget produced Social Indicatorsa compendium of social indicators.
In what was probably a rare event for such reports, in July“upper level federal executives” received a questionnaire designed to measure its general use (Caplan and Barton ). Among other things, the authors of. Social Indicators;and, quite recently, bytheappearanceofan official Federal statistical publication, Social Indicators, (2).
(Asecondeditionis promisedfor ) Amongthe manyantecedents of the contemporary social indicators movement, I mention only one: the monumental Recent Social Trends, released by President Hoover's Re-search Cited by: Social Indicators and Marketing: Selected Papers from the Two Social Indicators Conferences of the American Marketing Association, Public Policy and Issues Division, Washington, D.C., and Robert Lancelot Clewett, Jerry Corrie Olson, Jerry Chipman Olson.
Social indicators are statistical time series that are "used to monitor the social system, helping to identify changes and to guide intervention to alter the course of social change" (Ferrissp. Examples are unemployment rates, crime rates, estimates of life expectancy, health status.
The United Nations Statistics Division is committed to the advancement of the global statistical system. We compile and disseminate global statistical information, develop standards and norms for statistical activities, and support countries' efforts to strengthen their national statistical systems.
Social indicators covering a wide range of subject-matter fields are compiled by the Statistics Division, Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat, from many national and international sources. The indicators presented here consist mainly of the minimum list which has been proposed for follow-up and monitoring.
Borland, J. (), ‘Social need – the process of definition and measurement’ in Olsen, R. (ed.) Management in the Social Services – The Team Leader's Task, Department of Social Theory and Institutions, University College of North Wales, by: Social Indicators and Marketing was edited by Robert L.
Clewett and Jerry C. Olson. This work is a collection of papers presented at and conferences focusing social indicators in context of marketing and business. Fifteen papers are organized in two main parts: social indicators and business response to social values.
Development and Measurement of Social Indicators, (ICPSR ) Andrews, Frank M. ; Withey, Stephen B. The data for this study consist of four separate national-level surveys (combined N=4,) and one local-level survey (N=).
Abstracting and indexing. Social Indicators Research is abstracted and indexed in the Social Sciences Citation ing to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal had a impact factor of It is also indexed in ABI/INFORM, Academic Search, AgeLine, Bibliography of Asian Studies, Business Source, CAB International, Communication Abstracts, Corporate ResourceNet, Criminal Discipline: Quality of Life Research, Sociology.
These assessments have come to be called subjective social indicators” (Abrams 35). While there are obviously a whole lot of different methodological approaches available to be used to collect “objective data”, subjective measurement apparently turns out Cited by: Center for Coordination of Research on Social Indicators.
Washington, Social Science Research Council, Center for Coordination of Research on Social Indicators  Description Book — viii,87 p. 24cm. Online. Google Books (Full view). 19 Social Indicators: A Focus for the Social Sciences Roxann A. Van Dusen and Robert Parke Social Science Research Council SOCIAL INDICATORS: A FOCUS ON MEASUREMENT In a recent paper on the development of social indicators research since the mids, Otis Dudley Duncan focused on levels of research activities and levels of application of research by: 1.
The recently published report by the “Commission on the Measurement of Economic Performance and Social Progress” is being discussed and commented from the point of view of social indicators Author: Heinz-Herbert Noll.Social Indicators; and, quite recently, by the appearance of an official Federal statistical publication, Social Indicators, (2).
(A second edition is promised for ) Among the many antecedents of the contemporary social indicators movement, I mention only one: the monumental Recent Social Trends, released by President Hoover's Re.The Social Indicator Planning & Evaluation System (SIPES) for Nonpoint Source Management ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This Handbook was developed by the Great Lakes Regional Social Indicators Team with collaboration from US EPA Region 5, state water quality agencies, and numerous stakeholders in Region Size: 5MB.