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Modified on 2015/05/20 09:36 by Sean Zheng Paths: Read in Order Categorized as Chapter 4 - Analysis and presentation of gender statistics
Previous chapters have presented important elements to consider when producing gender statistics, including gender issues and the data needed to address those issues and their coverage in censuses, surveys or administrative records, gender bias in data collection and ways to improve data collection from a gender perspective in censuses and surveys. After data have been collected, adequate data analysis and presentation ensure that meaningful differences and similarities between women and men are reflected in the statistics that are disseminated. This is the focus of the last chapter of this manual.

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