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Alberta Survey, 1996A Open Access

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Population Research Laboratory
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Public opinion--Alberta
Tobacco
Smoking
Pallative care
Disability
Alberta--Social conditions--Statistics
sociodemographics
HIV
bad breath
Reproductive health
AIDS
Municipal Government
victimization
Cancer
Social anxiety
Alberta--Economic conditions--Statistics
Edmonton
exercise
Condoms
physical activity
crime
Social surveys--Alberta
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https://dx.doi.org/doi:10.7939/DVN/10545  

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Canada
Alberta
Time
1996-03 - 1996-05
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The 1996 Alberta Survey (AS) was the eleventh annual provincial survey administered by the Population Research Laboratory (PRL), the survey research arm of the Department of Sociology at the University of Alberta--this year's topics include: sociodemographics, exercise/physical activity, Edmonton Municipal Government services, smoking, bad breath, criminal victimization, social anxiety, reproductive health issues, pallative care for cancer patients, HIV/AIDS, and disability. This random sample survey of households in the province of Alberta has enabled academic researchers, government departments, non-profit organizations, and the private sector to explore a wide range of public policy issues in an on-going research framework.

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1996-06
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