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Catalogue no. 81-595-M — 064
ISBN: 978-0-662-4841 1-0
This study benefited greatly from the guidance of Mark Brown, Desmond Beckstead and Judy Hosein. The author appreciates their assistance, suggestions and wise advice. Desmond Beckstead's work in extracting Census data and his explanation of SAS programming techniques were also extremely helpful for the research undertaken here. The author also thanks Roma Quapp, Mark Brown and Judy Hosein for their helpful suggestions on various drafts of this paper and Alice Peters for her editorial work. Finally, the continued support of Ferhana Ansari and the staff in the Culture Statistics Program at Statistics Canada are very much appreciated.
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