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The Population of Britain in the 1990s: a Social and Economic Atlas
by Champion, A. G.
Publisher:Oxford University Press
This atlas provides an up-to-date picture of Britain in the 1990s and graphically demonstrates the major changes that have taken place in recent years. It is made up of entirely new material compiled mainly from the results of the 1991 Population Census, with comparisons being drawn with previous Censuses. The primary focus is on those aspects of the human geography of Britain which have changed most in recent years, or constitute key issues for policy-makers in government and the private sector. The subjects covered include population change, age structure, household composition, ethnic group, employment and unemployment, housing, health, education, and welfare.
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