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Week 7 Notes (1st Week for Exam 2)

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Week 7 Notes (1st Week for Exam 2) GUS 0821

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US Census notes from week 7 of class, first week of notes included on Exam 2
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Dr. Ryan Burns
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Lauryn Smith on Wednesday November 4, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to GUS 0821 at Temple University taught by Dr. Ryan Burns in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 26 views. For similar materials see Digital Mapping in Geography at Temple University.


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Date Created: 11/04/15
 What is the US Census? (What purpose does it serve?) October 8, 2015  How are census geographies organized?  US Department of Commerce in 1970  Why do a census?  Distribute congressional seats to states  Make decisions about what community services to provide  Distribute hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funds  Provide data to geographers  Short form  population and housing census (distributed every 10 years)  Name, sex, age, DOB, race, relationship status  Long form  distributed to 1 in 6 households and requested much more info  Both replaced by American Community Survey (ACS) which was sent out on a rotating basis  Census Regions  West  Midwest  Northeast  South  Census Divisions  Pacific  Mountain  West North Central  East North Central  Middle Atlantic  New England  South Atlantic  East South Central  West South Central  Geographies  Regions divisionsstatescounties tracksblock groups blocks


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