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Its basic purposes are (1) to gather and disseminate data on contemporary American society in order to (a) monitor and explain change and stability in attitudes, behaviors, and attributes and (b) examine the structure and functioning of society in general as well as the role played by various subgroups; (2) to compare the United States to other societies in order to (a) place American society in comparative perspective and (b) develop cross-national models of human society; and (3) to make high-quality data easily accessible to scholars, students, policymakers, and others with minimal cost and waiting.
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Accordingly, the questions asked and the tabulations prepared have always been closely related to the political and demographic controversies of the society. In the nineteenth century, these were issues of race, population growth and change, and migration (Margo Anderson, 1988; Anderson and Fienberg, 2001). The US census has recorded the racial characteristics of the total population directly since 1820, and of the white population from 1790 to 1810. At the height of the early twentieth century immigration surge, the census asked 10 questions on immigrant status, mother tongue and English-speaking ability, and citizenship status.
Analisi Due by Gianni Gilardi