Journal of Official Statistics
The Journal of Statistics Sweden
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Call for papers
Journal of Official Statistics
Special Issue on Measuring LGBT populations
Special Issue Guest Editors
Stephanie Steinmetz, Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Mirjam Fischer, Doctoral researcher in Sociology, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Nancy Bates, Senior Researcher for Survey Methodology, US Census Bureau, USA
In recent years, much progress has been made in the US, Europe and beyond with regard to legislation that is supportive and protective of LGBTs (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans persons). While these achievements are laudable, it is important to keep evaluating to what extent structural obstacles to equality remain. Compared to research on other minority groups, sexual minorities have been studied quantitatively much less in the social sciences. Yet, scholars have continuously made efforts to overcome the methodological challenges associated with studying this population quantitatively. This is an important development which should be encouraged and continued.
The aim of the special issue is to showcase research around the challenges, successes, and best practices when collecting data on sexual minorities. We also welcome articles estimating the size of the LGBT population (using a variety of methodologies) and policy papers.
Deadline for submission is March 31, 2018.
Please find more information on call for papers here.
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JOS is an international quarterly published by Statistics Sweden. We publish research articles in the area of survey and statistical methodology and policy matters facing national statistical offices and other producers of statistics. The intended readers are researchers or practicians at statistical agencies or in universities and private organizations dealing with problems which concern aspects of production of official statistics.
We encourage articles on the following topics:
Methodologies and policies for the collection, processing, analysis, presentation, and dissemination of statistics based on surveys, censuses or registers. Examples of such topics are: sampling design; questionnaire design and evaluation; measurement process; estimation; analytical uses of data; index methodology; time series analysis; quality control within official statistics production; confidentiality; total survey error; systems and architectures for statistics production; ethics; dissemination; presentation of quality; training of statisticians; the role of statistics in today's society; the relations between producers, users, and respondents; intra-organization collaboration; international statistical cooperation; and evaluation and identification of statistical needs. Articles may present theoretical contributions, interesting applications of existing methods, comparisons of different methods, or authoritative reviews.
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Jansson, Ingegerd, Statistics Sweden, Sweden
Kraft, Karin, Statistics Sweden, Sweden
Larsson, Karl, Statistics Sweden, Sweden
Emanuelsson, Susanna, Statistics Sweden, Sweden
Andridge Rebecca, The Ohio State University, USA
Bakker Bart, VU University Amsterdam and Statistics Netherlands, Netherlands
Bates Nancy A., U.S. Census Bureau, USA
Beatty Paul C., National Center for Health Statistics, USA
Biemer Paul P., RTI International, USA
Bijak, Jakub, University of Southampton
Cantwell Patrick J., U.S. Census Bureau, USA
Carlson Michael, Stockholm University, Sweden
Chun, Asaph Young, U.S. Census Bureau, USA
Cohen Michael P., Consultant, USA
Dagum Estela B., Consultant, USA
Dalén Jörgen, Consultant, Sweden
Domingo-Ferrer Josep, Rovira i Virgili University, Spain
Drechsler Jörg, Institute for Employment Research, Germany
Eckman, Stephanie, IAB, Institute for Employment Research, Nuremberg, Germany
Edwards Teresa P., University of North Carolina, USA
Eltinge John L., U.S. Census Bureau, USA
Elvers Eva, Statistics Sweden, Sweden
Greenberg Betsy S., University of Texas at Austin, USA
Holmberg Anders, Statistics Norway, Norway
Karlsson Sune, Örebro University, Sweden
Kasprzyk Daniel, NORC at the University of Chicago, USA
Kott Phillip S., RTI International, USA
Laitila Thomas, Statistics Sweden, Örebro, Sweden
De Leeuw Edith D., Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Marker David A., Westat, Inc., USA
Mulry Mary H., U.S. Census Bureau, USA
Nyquist Hans, Stockholm University, Sweden
Olson Kristen, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
Rässler Susanne, University of Bamberg, Germany
Ribe Martin, Consultant, Sweden
Sakshaug, Joe University of Michigan, USA
Smith Paul, University of Southampton, UK
Thompson Jenny, U.S. Census Bureau, USA
Tzavidis Nikos, University of Southampton, UK
Zanutto Elaine L., National Analysts Worldwide, USA
Zhang Li-Chun, University of Southampton and Statistics Norway, Norway
Book Review Editor
McCarthy, Jaki S., USDA/NASS, U.S.A
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