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The Routledge Handbook of Census Resources, Methods and Applications

Unlocking the UK 2011 Census

Edited by: Philip Rees , John Stillwell

Print publication date:  August  2017
Online publication date:  August  2017

Print ISBN: 9781472475886
eBook ISBN: 9781315564777
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9781315564777
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The collection of reliable and comprehensive data on the magnitude, composition and distribution of a country?s population is essential in order for governments to provide services, administer effectively and guide a country?s development. The primary source of basic demographic statistics is frequently a population census, which provides hugely important data sets for policy makers, practitioners and researchers working in a wide range of different socio-demographic contexts.

The Routledge Handbook of Census Resources, Methods and Applications provides a comprehensive and authoritative guide to the collection, processing, quality assessment and delivery of the different data products that constitute the results of the population censuses conducted across the United Kingdom in 2011. It provides those interested in using census data with an introduction to the collection, processing and quality assessment of the 2011 Census, together with guidance on the various types of data resources that are available and how they can be accessed. It demonstrates how new methods and technologies, such as interactive infographics and web-based mapping, are now being used to visualise census data in new and exciting ways. Perhaps most importantly, it presents a collection of applications of census data in different social and health science research contexts that reveal key messages about the characteristics of the UK population and the ways in which society is changing. The operation of the 2011 Census and the use of its results are set in the context of census-taking around the world and its historical development in the UK over the last 200 years.

The results of the UK 2011 Census are a unique and reliable source of detailed information that are immensely important for users from a wide range of public and private sector organisations, as well as those working in Population Studies, Human Geography, Migration Studies and the Social Sciences more generally.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  The 2011 Census in the United Kingdom Download PDF
Chapter  2:  A history of census-taking in the UK Download PDF
Chapter  3:  The 2011 Census Download PDF
Chapter  4:  The 2011 Census quality assurance process Download PDF
Chapter  5:  UK census aggregate statistics Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Geographic boundary data and their online access Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Census interaction data and their means of access Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Census microdata Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Longitudinal studies in the UK Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Using graphics to drive user engagement Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Contrasting approaches to engaging census data users Download PDF
Chapter  12:  The Thematic Mapper  Download PDF
Chapter  13:  An automated open atlas for the 2011 Census Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Ethnic identity and inequalities Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Mapping travel-to-work flows Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Circular migration plots Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Creating a new open geodemographic classification of the UK using 2011 Census data Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Uneven family geographies in England and Wales Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Using census data in microsimulation modelling Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Local ethnic inequalities and ethnic minority concentration in England and Wales, 2001–11 Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Using the 2001 and 2011 Censuses to reconcile ethnic group estimates and components for the intervening decade for English local authority districts Download PDF
Chapter  22:  The prevalence of informal care and its association with health Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Using 2011 Census data to estimate future elderly health care demand Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Using census microdata to explore the inter-relationships between ethnicity, health, socio-economic factors and internal migration Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Changes in social inequality, 2001–11 Download PDF
Chapter  26:  The spatial-temporal exploration of health and housing tenure transitions using the Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Changing intensities and spatial patterns of internal migration in the UK Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Commuting intensities and patterns in England and Wales, 2001–11 Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Analysing relative decline in cities with the British census Download PDF
Chapter  30:  The changing geography of deprivation in Great Britain Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Scale, geographic inequalities and the North–South divide in England and Wales, 2001–11 Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Using contemporary and historical census data to explore micro-scale population change in parts of London Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Towards 2021 and beyond Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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