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used in The Tipping Point

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an official count of a population (often accompanied by collection of other data)
  • Had Revere been given a list of 250 surnames drawn at random from the Boston census of 1775, there is no question he would have scored well over 100.
    Chapter 2 (46% in)
  • Jonathan Crane, a sociologist at the University of Illinois, has looked at the effect the number of role models in a community — the professionals, managers, teachers whom the Census Bureau has defined as "high status" — has on the lives of teenagers in the same neighborhood.
    Introduction (84% in)

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