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Title: Pakistanis in Scotland: census data and research issues
Author(s): Bailey, Nick
Bowes, Alison
Sim, Duncan
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Keywords: Pakistanis
Ethnic minorities
Issue Date: 1995
Date Deposited: 18-Jan-2013
Citation: Bailey N, Bowes A & Sim D (1995) Pakistanis in Scotland: census data and research issues. Scottish Geographical Magazine, 111 (1), pp. 36-45.
Abstract: This paper examines the data from the Census in relation to Pakistanis in Scotland. It presents these in the context of previous research and identifies issues for further examination. The Pakistanis emerge as a distinctive population group with a demographic structure, household size, occupational structure and housing tenure pattern which is distinct from the general Scottish population.
DOI Link: 10.1080/00369229518736936
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