4160.0 - Measuring Wellbeing: Frameworks for Australian Social Statistics, 2001  
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Endnotes

  1. Reported in, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), 1973, List of Social Concerns Common to Most OECD Countries, Paris (back)
  2. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 1976, Measuring Social Wellbeing: A progress report on the development of social indicators, Paris. (back)
  3. ibid, see endnote 2.(back)
  4. Social indicators were first presented as tabulations in the early editions of ABS Social Indicators series of publications, referenced below. In subsequent editions the indicators were presented in a social reporting context. (back)
  5. United Nations, Studies in Methods, Series F, No 49; Handbook of Social Indicators: UN Statistical Papers, Series M, No 63; Social Indicators: Preliminary Guidelines and Illustrative Series. (back)
  6. References to various publications that describe contemporary social indicator frameworks are given below. See also Pearson, M., Arjona, R., and Sherer, P., Social Indicators: A Proposed Framework and Structure. Paper presented at the Sienna Group Meeting, 22-24 May, 2000. Maastricht. (back)

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