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The Evolution of a Movement

  • Frank M. Andrews (a1)


The Social Indicators Movement which emerged in the late 1960s was motivated by a broad and appealing idea. It is important to monitor changes over time in a wide range of quality of life, both for a population as a whole and for its significant subgroups, because such information, when combined with other data, can generate new knowledge about how to increase quality of life through more effective social policies.


The Evolution of a Movement

  • Frank M. Andrews (a1)


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