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Statistical methods for human rights

by Asher, Jana; Banks, David L; Scheuren, Fritz.
Type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York Springer c2008Description: xxi, 339 p. ill. 24 cm.ISBN: 9780387728360 (acidfree paper).Subject(s): Human rights -- Statistical methods
Contents:
Jana Asher The statistics of genocide Mary W. Gray and Sharon Marek Why estimate direct and indirect casualties from war? The rule of proportionality and casualty estimates Beth O. Daponte Statistical thinking and data analysis : enhancing human rights work Jorge L. Romeu Hidden in plain sight : X.X. burials and the desaparecidos in the Department of Guatemala, 1977-1986 Clyde Collins Snow, Fredy Armando Peccerelli, Josâe Samuel Susanâavar, Alan G. Robinson, and Jose Maria Najera Ochoa The demography of conflict-related mortality in Timor-Leste (1974-1999) : reflections on empirical quantitative measurement of civilian killings, disappearances, and famine-related deaths Romesh Silva and Patrick Ball Afghan refugee camp surveys in Pakistan, 2002 James Bell, David Nolle, Ruth Citrin and Fritz Scheuren Metagora : an experiment in the measurement of democratic governance Jan Robert Suesser and R. Suarez de Miguel Human rights of statisticians and statistics of human rights : early history of the American Statistical Association's Committee on Scientific Freedom and Human Rights Thomas B. Jabine and Douglas A. Samuelson Obtaining evidence for the International Criminal Court using data and quantitative analysis Herbert F. Spirer and William Seltzer New issues in human rights statistics David L. Banks and Yasmin H. Said Statistics and the Millennium Development Goals David J. Fitch, Paul Wassenich, Paul Fields, Fritz Scheuren, and Jana Asher Using population data systems to target vulnerable population subgroups and individuals : issues and incidents William Seltzer and Margo Anderson
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Introduction Jana Asher The statistics of genocide Mary W. Gray and Sharon Marek Why estimate direct and indirect casualties from war? The rule of proportionality and casualty estimates Beth O. Daponte Statistical thinking and data analysis : enhancing human rights work Jorge L. Romeu Hidden in plain sight : X.X. burials and the desaparecidos in the Department of Guatemala, 1977-1986 Clyde Collins Snow, Fredy Armando Peccerelli, Josâe Samuel Susanâavar, Alan G. Robinson, and Jose Maria Najera Ochoa The demography of conflict-related mortality in Timor-Leste (1974-1999) : reflections on empirical quantitative measurement of civilian killings, disappearances, and famine-related deaths Romesh Silva and Patrick Ball Afghan refugee camp surveys in Pakistan, 2002 James Bell, David Nolle, Ruth Citrin and Fritz Scheuren Metagora : an experiment in the measurement of democratic governance Jan Robert Suesser and R. Suarez de Miguel Human rights of statisticians and statistics of human rights : early history of the American Statistical Association's Committee on Scientific Freedom and Human Rights Thomas B. Jabine and Douglas A. Samuelson Obtaining evidence for the International Criminal Court using data and quantitative analysis Herbert F. Spirer and William Seltzer New issues in human rights statistics David L. Banks and Yasmin H. Said Statistics and the Millennium Development Goals David J. Fitch, Paul Wassenich, Paul Fields, Fritz Scheuren, and Jana Asher Using population data systems to target vulnerable population subgroups and individuals : issues and incidents William Seltzer and Margo Anderson