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Counting travellers in Scotland

Hugh Gentleman

Counting travellers in Scotland

the 1992 picture : estimates of the number, distribution and characteristics of travelling people in Scotland in 1992 based on a count undertaken for the Scottish Office

by Hugh Gentleman

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Published by Scottish Office Central Research Unit in [Edinburgh] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Travelers -- Scotland -- Statistics.,
  • Travelers -- Scotland -- Case studies.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesEstimates of the number, distribution and characteristics of travelling people in Scotland in 1992 based on a count undertaken for the Scottish Office.
    StatementHugh Gentleman.
    SeriesCentral Research Unit papers
    ContributionsGreat Britain. Scottish Office. Central Research Unit.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22591047M
    ISBN 100748006850

    Gypsies/Travellers in West Central Scotland Report by Craigforth June Contents 1. UMMARY OF S KEY FINDINGS 1 2. NTRODUCTIONI 1 Background 1 National Context 1 Aims and Objectives of the Research 4 Research Methodology 5 Structure of this Report 12 3. YPSIESG /TRAVELLERS IN WEST CENTRAL SCOTLAND 13 Defining Gypsies/Travellers 13 Counting. The figures were released by the Scottish Government earlier today.

    GYPSIES/TRAVELLERS IN SCOTLAND The Twice Yearly Count – No. July SUMMARY OF FINDINGS The July Count recorded an estimated households living on sites and encampments in Scotland. This is estimated to represent a population of around 2, people, lower than the 2, people reported in July Gypsy/Travellers in Britain today. Indeed, the report ‘Common Ground’ () - (based upon the bi-annual Caravan Count). This discrepancy is due in part to definitional issues, with the majority of sources estimating the population to be between number of Gypsy/Travellers living in Scotland today. Wales:File Size: 38KB.

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