Against Myanmar connotations and meanings attached to the term taingyinthar lumyo the English translation of the enumerator
manual for the 2014 Myanmar census specified, "Ethnicity is based on a shared understanding of history and/or territorial origins (regional and/or national) of an ethnic group or community as well as on particular cultural characteristics such as language and/or customs, beliefs or way of life" (Ministry of Immigration and Population n.
The concern that while respondent may be penalized for providing the inaccurate information, there is no such penalty for enumerators
if they temper with the provided information.
But Dasari refused to give his caste to the enumerators
Due to the sensitivities surrounding MSM and sex work in Africa and the belief that members of a community are uniquely suited to interact with that community, we chose enumerators
from within the populations of interest whenever possible.
However, one error was made in the programming of a skip pattern which resulted in the questionnaire prompting the enumerator
to assess goitre only in children 6-12 years who reported attending school, even though the survey protocol required that all children 6-12 years be assessed for goitre.
Example: Census enumerators
living and working in Salem made a dollar an hour more than the ones in Lane County.
In some places, such as, markets, the counting will remain till later time as most of the residents in these places are expatriates who are available at all time, so the enumerator
has to visit them in later time to collect their data.
Kingsley, the enumerator
was directed to get a response even though she knew the form was a duplicate.
Summary: RIYADH: Some residents have told Arab News that census enumerators
failed to visit their houses.
Added by enumerator
to a form already completed by the lone male householder: "Found dead in chair in house Monday, April 3"
The Mate Enumerator
is a thick turret 3 1/2" D station special assembly with integral punch holder.
Census Bureau's official enumerator
instructions; (2) Puerto Rican enumerators
' de facto classificatory practices, and (3) Puerto Rican census supervisors' post-enumeration edits of enumerators
' work, reveals that census-taking was a site of active contestation over the demarcation of racial boundaries in Puerto Rico under U.