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Modified on 2013/05/21 13:07 by Haoyi Chen Paths: Read in Order Categorized as Chapter 4 - Analysis and presentation of gender statistics
Hedman, Birgitta, Francesca Perucci and Pehr Sundström, 1996. Engendering Statistics. A Tool for Change. Statistics Sweden.

Jones, Gerald E., 1995. How to Lie with Charts. Sybex, San Francisco.

United Nations, 1997. Handbook for Producing National Statistical Reports on Women and Men. DESA, United Nations Statistics Division, New York.

United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, 2009. Making Data Meaningful. A guide to writing stories about numbers. Geneva.

United Nations Economic Commission for Europe and World Bank Institute, 2010. Developing Gender Statistics: A Practical Tool. Geneva.

United Nations Population Fund, 1993. Readings in Population Research Methodology. Basic Tools (volume 1). Social Development Center, Chicago.

Wallgren, Anders, Britt Wallgren, Rolf Persson, Ulf Jorner, Jan-Aage Haaland, 1996. Graphing Statistics and Data. Creating Better Charts. Sage Publications. Halmstad, Sweden.

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