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Patterns of Variation Among the Regiongroups and Their Migration
Theoretical Rationale and Some Central Methodological Concepts
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1971 Census data Appendix Area Western CMA's areas of origin Atlantic CMA's Atlantic Non-CMA Area average occupational composition Canadian Census Agglomerations Census Metropolitan Areas Census of Canada Central CMA's Central Central Predominantly Rural Chapter Chart chi-square statistic CMA's Central CA's CMA's Western Non-CMA CMAs composition of migration contingency table Distribution of Migration educational composition effect measures estimated explanatory attributes footnote footnote(s Grade 12 group of migrants higher-order effects hypothesis industry structure interrelation labour force Less than Grade migration period migration stream multivariate analysis Non-CMA Area Central non-metropolitan areas non-migrants null model occupational distribution origin and destination out-migrants place of origin Pr(XY precise definition predicted Predominantly Rural Area procedure Region-group of destination Region-group of origin regional characteristics regional factors regions of origin related occupations relevant Rural Area Western Schooling Distribution seven region-groups specific Statistics Canada Stone university degree unpublished tabulation variation Western CMA's Western Western Non-CMA Area zero-order effect