4 edition of Basic disaggregations of main social indicators found in the catalog.
Basic disaggregations of main social indicators
Denis Foster Johnston
by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, sold by OECD Publications Center] in Paris, [Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||by Denis F. Johnston.|
|Series||OECD social indicator development programme., no. 4|
|LC Classifications||HN25 .J64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||78313426|
Subjective Social Indicators Subjective social indicators are based on individuals ‘perception and evaluation of social conditions. Example include: life satisfaction, job satisfaction, etc.; relevance of different life domains, perception of distributional justice, class identification. Thousands of ar ticles, repor ts, and books w ere published b y when t he f irs t ma jor bibliogr aph y of social indicators w as pub- lished (W ilcox, et al. ).
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Get this from a library. Basic disaggregations of main social indicators. [Denis Foster Johnston]. This book addresses one of the most important research activities in empirical macroeconomics. It provides a course of advanced but intuitive methods and tools enabling the spatial and temporal disaggregation of basic macroeconomic variables and the assessment of the statistical uncertainty of the outcomes of disaggregation.
The empirical analysis focuses mainly on GDP and. Definition of social indicators. 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. Quantitative indicators measure changes in a specific value (number, mean or median) and a percentage. Qualitative indicators provide insights into changes in attitudes, beliefs, motives and behaviours of individuals.
Although important, information on these indicators is more time-consuming to collect, measure and analyse. Kristin L. Anderson, in Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace, & Conflict (Second Edition), Social and cultural.
Social indicators of child abuse are environmental, neighborhood, and community factors which may facilitate child maltreatment. Maltreating families are often isolated from social support networks, although whether social isolation is a cause or consequence of abuse is currently.
Statistical indicators for the economic & social sciences / Robert V. Horn; Indicators in education: papers from the First National Conference, Sydney, Australia, August / ed Indicators, information and education: a discussion of possibilities and problems / Dean Ashenden; Basic disaggregations of main social indicators / by Denis F.
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. project, who also invented the term and basic concept of ‘social indicators’.
In his definition, social indicators were “statistics, statistical series, and all other forms of evidence that enable us to assess where we stand and are going with respect to our values and goals” (Bauer, 1). Rationale and definition: Access to adequate social protection is recognized as a basic right, enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, but more than half of the world’s population lacks national social protection coverage.
1 This indicator measures the percentage of the eligible population covered by these social safety nets. The ILO includes the following 10 elements as part. The United Nation’s Agenda and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) pick up where the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) left off.
The SDGs set forth a formidable task for the global community and international sustainable development over the next 15 years. Learning from the successes and failures of the MDGs, government officials, development experts, and many other.
Social indicators are used to assess how well a country is developing in key areas such as health, education and diet. It is one way of finding out what is happening within a country.
After analyzing the statistical population of villages and the disaggregation results, we found that the global average accuracy was %.
Finally, by using the disaggregation population data, indicators4.a.1, and were selected to conduct an accessibility analysis and a buffer analysis in a quantitative assessment of the SDGs. and permit suitable disaggregation. This usage is not necessarily wrong, but it is not helpful. Nor is it useful simply to equate social indicators with important or "key" series.
A restricted usage must be based on a more precise concept. In this context, a number of delineations of social indicators. SOCIO-ECONOMIC INDICATORS 2 Information was collected in the EIDHS on a range of indicators relating to the socio-economic status of the households and individuals interviewed in the survey.
The indicators include measures of housing conditions, wealth levels, and education. Poverty, social protection, wide variety of social indicators. Demographic Health Survey Health indicators. Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey Child indicators. Labor Force Surveys Employment indicators.
National Disability Surveys Environment and participation, assistive devices, and more general indicators. Administrative Data. The Main Economic Indicators (MEI) presents comparative statistics that provide an overview of recent international economic developments through the presentation of a wide range of short-term economic indicators for the OECD member countries, zones and selected non-member countries.
Book Description: Includes many original contributions by an assembly of distinguished social scientists. They set forth the main features of a changing American society: how its organization for accomplishing major social change has evolved, and how its benefits and deficits are distributed among the various parts of the population.
Goal 1 calls for an end to poverty in all its manifestations by It also aims to ensure social protection for the poor and vulnerable, increase access to basic services and support people harmed by climate-related extreme events and other economic, social and environmental shocks and disasters.
The main social indicators of development include education, health, employment and unemployment rates and gender equality, and this post introduces students to the specific indicators which institutions such as the World Bank and United Nations use to measure how ‘developed’ a country is, and the main indices which are used to compare the levels of development of different countries.
Social indicators Please note this page is currently under revision. 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.
Social indicators: According to the HDI (human development index) ranking the countries only on the basis of Average income is not accurate.
that is why, we rank the countries or you can say that various social indicators of development are: i.indicators recommended by international and national denial of basic economic and social rights. Popular uprisings and demonstrations in other parts of the world, including in relatively well-off countries, remind us of the necessity to place the c.
Disaggregation of human rights indicators.Introduction: Why Build a Social Capital Index? Discussions about American society, to the extent they involve facts, revolve around problems reflected in economic, demographic, and political gets defined as a problem, which causes attract interest, what consequences are deemed worrisome, and how effective are attempted remedies—all of these depend on having reasonable.