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The Population of the UK. Chapter 4. A different view of life in the United Kingdom by Danny Dorling and Benjamin D. Hennig. Identity … labelling people and places. Women & men and the sexing of places.

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Identity labelling people and places

The Populationof the UK

Chapter 4

A different view of life in the United Kingdom

by Danny Dorling and Benjamin D. Hennig

Identity…labelling people and places


Women men and the sexing of places
Women & men and the sexing of places

  • The most unusually large group displayed here is shown when each area is compared with the UK average

  • Data source: Analysis of the 2001 Census Key Statistics by local authority

Figure 4.1

Identity…labelling people and places


Age and the ageing of place
Age and the ageing of place

  • The most unusually large group displayed here is shown when each area is compared with the UK average

  • Data source: Analysis of the 2001 Census Key Statistics by local authority

Figure 4.2

Identity…labelling people and places


Ethnicity and the colour of place
Ethnicity and the colour of place

  • The most unusually large group displayed here is shown when each area is compared with the UK average

  • Data source: Analysis of the 2001 Census Key Statistics by local authority

Figure 4.3

Identity…labelling people and places


Religion and the spirituality of place
Religion and the spirituality of place

  • The most unusually large group displayed here is shown when each area is compared with the UK average

  • Data source: Analysis of the 2001 Census Key Statistics by local authority

Figure 4.4

Identity…labelling people and places


Single married divorced remarried and widowed
Single, married, divorced,remarried and widowed

  • The most unusually large group displayed here is shown when each area is compared with the UK average

  • Data source: Analysis of the 2001 Census Key Statistics by local authority

Figure 4.5

Identity…labelling people and places


Through the keyhole household composition in britain
Through the keyhole:Household composition in Britain

  • The most unusually large group displayed here is shown when each area is compared with the UK average

  • In the case of conflicts, then the following household types which appear first in this order got priority: Married (with kids), Married (kids returned), Married (no kids), Other (with kids), Lone parent, Cohabiting couple (no kids), Lone pensioner, Lone adult, Student, Pensioner, Mixed

  • Data source: Analysis of the 2001 Census Key Statistics by local authority

Figure 4.6

Identity…labelling people and places


Migration in england and wales
Migration in England and Wales

  • The most unusually large group displayed here is shown when each area is compared with the England and Wales average

  • Data source: Analysis of the 2001 Census Key Statistics by local authority

Figure 4.7

Identity…labelling people and places


Lifetime and annual immigration
Lifetime and annual immigration

  • The most unusually large group displayed here is shown when each area is compared with the UK average

  • Data by 2001; all immigrants since 2000 are labelled either White or Other Immigrant

  • Data source: Analysis of the 2001 Census Key Statistics by local authority

Figure 4.8

Identity…labelling people and places


Highest level of qualification gained by people
Highest level of qualificationgained by people

  • The most unusually large group displayed here is shown when each area is compared with the UK average

  • Data source: Analysis of the 2001 Census Key Statistics by local authority

Figure 4.9

Identity…labelling people and places


Social class as defined largely by occupation
Social classas defined largely by occupation

  • The most unusually large group displayed here is shown when each area is compared with the UK average

  • Data source: Analysis of the 2001 Census Key Statistics by local authority

Figure 4.10

Identity…labelling people and places


Key point summary
Key Point Summary

  • • Different areas of the UK can be typified as having particular groupings of people

  • • The elderly move towards the edges, people with qualifications tend to drift south

  • • The labelling of areas can both helpfully illuminate and harmfully stereotype

Identity…labelling people and places


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