New Zealand framework for cultural statistics, 1995 =

Te Anga tatauranga tikanga-ā-iwi o Aotearoa, 1995.
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Statistics New Zealand, Ministry of Cultural Affairs , Wellington, N.Z
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Other titlesAnga tatauranga tikanga-ā-iwi o Aotearoa, 1995
ContributionsNew Zealand. Statistics New Zealand., New Zealand. Ministry of Cultural Affairs.
LC ClassificationsNX593.A1 N48 1995
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 115 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL550272M
ISBN 100478044224
LC Control Number96131419

The New Zealand Framework for Cultural Statistics lists New Zealand's cultural activities and describes the major industrial components of New Zealand's cultural sector. It also specifies the statistics likely to be required by users of cultural data. The framework will be of interest to anyone New Zealand framework for cultural statistics on or developing statistics on cultural activities in New Zealand: those working in the.

Get this from a library. New Zealand framework for cultural statistics = Te anga tatauranga tikanga-a-iwi o Aotearoa: [Christopher Madden; Anne Spellerberg; New Zealand. Ministry of Cultural Affairs.; New Zealand.

Statistics New Zealand.]. In order to define what was meant by 'cultural statistics' and to provide direction for future work, it was agreed that the first priority should be the production of a framework for cultural statistics. The two organisations jointly commenced work on the framework at the beginning of Classification of framework for cultural statistics.

The UNESCO Framework for Cultural Statistics establishes a conceptual model for defining culture for statistical purposes. It is a tool for organizing and collecting comparable cultural data.

As a classification instrument, it applies taxonomies of activities, goods and services from recognized international standardFile Size: 1MB. The Ministry and Statistics New Zealand previously worked on a joint project to improve the quality of the statistical information available on the New Zealand cultural sector.

The first publication, New Zealand Framework for Cultural Statistics Te Anga Tatauranga Tikanga-ā-Iwi o Aotearoa, was published in The result is New Zealand framework for cultural statistics tool and methodology designed for use at the international and national levels as a basis for organizing the collection and dissemination of cultural statistics.

Maintenance organization: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Statistical domains: Culture: Type of standard: Concepts and. The culture of New Zealand is essentially a Western culture influenced by the unique environment and geographic isolation of the islands, and the cultural input of the indigenous Māori people and the various waves of multi-ethnic migration which followed the British colonisation of New Zealand.

Polynesian explorers reached the islands between and The development of a set of cultural indicators, to provide high-level measures about the state of cultural activity in New Zealand, was identified as a priority for the Ministry for Culture and Heritage’s Cultural Statistics Programme.

This Programme was established in by the Ministry for Culture and Heritage and Statistics New Size: 4MB. In60 percent of migrant arrivals to New Zealand were on a work, visitor, or student visa. 16 February Final report from Census External Data Quality Panel now available.

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