volume 33, issue 2, P254-274 1985
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-954x.1985.tb00805.x
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Abstract: Abstract Questions identifying foreigners have been included in official statistics since the census of 1841 when place of birth was first asked. This question has since been used in many sources. It was later supplemented by a question on each parent's birthplace so that the children of immigrants could be identified. More recently, direct questions on ethnic origin have been introduced. One notable exception to the use of a direct question is the census, which for political reasons has so far been unable to…

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