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Longitudinal study of personal adjustment and social conditions in the Fort McMurray area Vol II.a: Background papers

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  • The need for a baseline information system derives from the diversity and inconsistencies in the existing data sources in the province, in the data itself, in the collecting procedures and regarding accessibility. In addition, we were required to investigate the feasibility of establishing a set of ''social indicators'' for the Fort McMurray study area. In this background Paper we set out the results of our examination, and our conclusions. We propose a framework within which to collect and order base data. And we suggest the socio-economic data which might comprise the data system.

  • Date created
    1978
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    Report
  • DOI
    https://doi.org/10.7939/R3183436Z
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