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Title: Michael J. Levin Papers, 1973
Authors: Levin, Michael J.
Keywords: Feild Work--Yap
Issue Date: 1973
Publisher: The Richard Flores Taitano Micronesian Area Research Center
Citation: [item identification], [collection title], [collection number], The Richard Flores Taitano Micronesian Area Research Center, University of Guam. Mangilao, Guam.
Series/Report no.: MSS 2700;
Abstract: Michael J. Levin is a demographer and statistician. Most recently he has worked at Harvard University’s Center for Population and Development Studies from 2007- 2013 as a census trainer in primarily Africa and the Pacific Islands. In 1979-2007 he was a social science analyst, and then a statistician, at the U.S. Bureau of the Census, advising governments on census-taking and processing censuses in Pacific Islands and African countries, writing handbooks for the United Nations Statistical Division, and coordinating activities for the Insular Areas Statistical Enhancement Program run by the Department of the Interior. From 1974-1979 he worked at the East-West Center’s Population Institute as a consultant to the 1974 Census of American Samoa and, later, developing methods of collecting census data for the analysis of fertility, infant mortality and nuptiality in Pacific Island countries
Description: Notes from field work on Yap. Includes Map. Donated by Levin, ca 1975
Appears in Collections:The Manuscripts Collection (MSS)

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