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Relationships Related Term:  sampling n. ~ A count of all members of a population that may also capture information about specific qualities of the members, such as age, gender, ethnicity, occupation [..]
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A canvass of a given area, resulting in an enumeration of the entire population and often the compilation of other demographic, social, and economic information pertaining to that population at a spec [..]
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Definition Official survey involving the whole population within a defined system. For example, a school census involves all the schools within the education system.
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Recensement
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 An official count of the number of people in a region.  The federal census is done by the federal government every 10 years.
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1610s, from Latin census "the enrollment of the names and property assessments of all Roman citizens," originally past participle of censere "to assess" (see censor (n.)). The mode [..]
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the gathering of data from an entire population.
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Refer to "See Also" column to the right.
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Census [N] [S]There are five instances of a census of the Jewish people having been taken. In the fourth month after the Exodus, when the people were encamped at Sinai. The number of men from twenty y [..]
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program of a nation, state, or other region that counts the population and usually gives its characteristics, such as age and gender. Read more in the NG Education Encyclopedia
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An official (normally governmental) count of population.
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An official count of the number of people living in a certain area, such as a district, city, county, state, or nation. The U.S. Constitution requires the federal government to perform a national cens [..]
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The process of collecting vital information on the social, economic and housing characteristics of every member of a population. In contrast to sampling where information is only obtained from a subset of a population.
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a periodic count of the population conduct a census; "They censused the deer in the forest" A census is the procedure of systematically acquiring and recording information ab [..]
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A census is a count of a whole population. The Census of Population and Housing measures the number of people in Australia and their key characteristics, at a given point in time. The Australian Burea [..]
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n. An official numbering of the people of a country or district.
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the collection of data about a population. At its simplest, a count of the number of people in an area. EMDC governments collect much more data to do with demographics, housing, social patterns and ec [..]
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An official count of the number of persons living in a geographic area, such as a city, county, state, or nation.
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There are five instances of a census of the Jewish people having been taken. (1.) In the fourth month after the Exodus, when the people were encamped at Sinai. The number of men from twenty years old [..]
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[Taxing]
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Information gathered from all people in a population.
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A count of the population, often including a detailed profile of that population.
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n. an official and complete count of the population in its entirety. It includes demographic information about members belonging to this population. This is in contrast to any experimental study which [..]
Source: psychologydictionary.org

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Count of country's entire population.
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   An official count and description of the people living in a country, colony, state, county, township, or city. Census Birthplace Index, 1881 British Census    An index to the 1881 census that i [..]
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A subject heading used in the FamilySearch Catalog to categorize censuses (official counts and descriptions of the people living in a country, colony, state, county, township, or city).
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An official count and description of the people living in a country, colony, state, county, township, or city.
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A record type used in the Locality and Research Methodologies sections of the PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) to identify articles that contain information about census records.
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us/ wealth, property / census centum : one hundred, 100 (undeclinable)
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An official count and statistical analysis of the living population of a species (human or nonhuman) in a given geographic area (city, county, state, province, country, etc.) taken at a particular poi [..]
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an official count of the number of people in a region. The survey is done by a government, usually periodically.
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a usually complete count of a population (as of a state) ;esp : a periodic governmental count of a population that usually includes social and economic information (as occupations, ages, and ...
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a counting of people by the government every ten years to gather data for planning of schools, hospitals, etc. This is unreliable for a number of reasons.
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Determining the numbers of birds within a particular area (see Christmas Count).
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an official count of a population and collection of demographic data. The United States Census is conducted every 10 years.
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See: File census
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The total number of hotels and rooms in STR’s database in a particular segment.
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The collection of data from all members, instead of a sample, of the target population.
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Data collected from every individual in a population.
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A census is a social survey of the total population of a given area that collects basic social data about the members of that population.
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A census is the periodic official count of the number of persons and their condition and of the resources of a country. In 1902 the Bureau of the Census was established in the Dept. of the Interior; t [..]
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(n) a periodic count of the population(v) conduct a census
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A count of the population of an area
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tax| tribute.
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The process of collecting, compiling, and disseminating demographic, economic, and social data describing a defined population at a specific time.
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[1] The decennial enumeration of the U.S. population including the Journey to Work (JTW), the American Community Survey (ACS), and the Public Use MicroSample (PUMS); [2] The U.S. Census Bureau [ web ] [..]
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A census is a complete count or enumeration (as opposed to a sample or an estimate) of a specified population or some other characteristics in a given area (housing, industry, etc.). Census Bureau or [..]
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The collection of information about all units in a population, sometimes also called a 100% sample survey. (When capitalized, "Census" usually refers to the national Census of Population.)
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A canvassing or survey of a given area's population, the purpose of which is to compile data on the demographics, economics, and social information pertaining to that population at that time. In [..]
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Enumerations of Populations usually recording identities of all Persons in every place of residence with age or date of Birth, sex, Occupation, national origin, Language, Marital Status, Income, relat [..]
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A complete enumeration, usually of a population, but also of businesses and commercial establishments, farms, governments, and so forth.
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Decennial
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The process of collecting vital information on the social, economic and housing characteristics of every member of a population. In contrast to sampling where information is only obtained from a subset of a population.
Source: agbnielsen.net

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Population censuses are taken to obtain information about the state of the population at a given time. In a general census, all inhabitants of a particular country are counted simultaneously. In a par [..]
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The enumeration of an entire population, usually with details being recorded on residence, age, sex, occupation, ethnic group, marital status, birth history, and relationship to head of household.
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The total process of collecting, compiling and publishing demographic, economic and social information pertaining to a specific time for all persons in a country or delimited part of a country.
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A very large survey where information is collected from all the people that live in the country. The last census in England was undertaken in 2011. Information from the census is used in various parts [..]
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A survey that collects data from all the members of a population, whether it's people or businesses. The most common use of the term "Census" is the population Census of Canada which is taken at 5-year intervals which counts persons and households and a wide variety of characteristics. In fact, some of the Census questions are asked [..]
Source: bcstats.gov.bc.ca

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Statistical operation consisting of counting or measuring the sociodemographic and socioeconomic characteristics of the population at a given time. In Canada, the census is th [..]
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The count of an entire population. This census usually includes details about individuals’ residence, age, sex, occupation, ethnic group, marital status, birth history, and relationship to head of h [..]
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An official survey carried out every 10 years by the government to collect information. This included name, how old people were, who lived with who and where, their birthplace and occupation. However, some questions have only been added later - so the early examples starting in 1801AD do not give as much information as others. The most recent censu [..]
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This process, generally conducted once every five years, counts everyone living in Canada including non-permanent residents who hold a Ministerial permit, student authorization or employment authoriza [..]
Source: economics.gov.nl.ca

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An official count of members of a population (not necessarily human), usually residents or citizens in a particular region, often done at regular intervals.
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An official gathering of information about the population in a particular area to allow a government to plan effectively and monitor changes.
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tax, tribute. centena:
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A count of all the people in a given place, at a given time. Formal censuses sometimes include other information about the people counted, such as names, ages, and amount of land and property owned. T [..]
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