The Resource Dimensions of social inclusion and exclusion in Yukon, 2010, written by Rachel Westfall, Yukon Bureau of Statistics ; on behalf of the Office of Social Inclusion, Department of Health and Social Services, (electronic resource)

Dimensions of social inclusion and exclusion in Yukon, 2010, written by Rachel Westfall, Yukon Bureau of Statistics ; on behalf of the Office of Social Inclusion, Department of Health and Social Services, (electronic resource)

Label
Dimensions of social inclusion and exclusion in Yukon, 2010
Title
Dimensions of social inclusion and exclusion in Yukon, 2010
Statement of responsibility
written by Rachel Westfall, Yukon Bureau of Statistics ; on behalf of the Office of Social Inclusion, Department of Health and Social Services
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
CaBNVSL
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Westfall, Rachel
Dewey number
309.17191
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Index
no index present
LC call number
HN110.Y8
LC item number
W483 2010eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
  • statistics
NLM call number
WA 31
NLM item number
W487d 2010eb
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  • Yukon
  • Yukon
  • Canadian Electronic Library (Firm)
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  • Social integration
  • Health status indicators
  • Social Conditions
  • Social Participation
  • Health Status Indicators
  • Yukon
Label
Dimensions of social inclusion and exclusion in Yukon, 2010, written by Rachel Westfall, Yukon Bureau of Statistics ; on behalf of the Office of Social Inclusion, Department of Health and Social Services, (electronic resource)
Link
http://www.deslibris.ca/ID/226436
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • "December 2010"
  • Issued as part of the desLibris documents collection
Antecedent source
not applicable
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Introduction -- What is social inclusion? -- A social inclusion indicator framework for Yukon -- Personal and community assets: the keys to access and participation -- Personal assets -- Community assets -- Access to necessities and participation in society: The end results of social inclusion -- Access to necessities -- Participation in society -- How is Yukon doing?
  • Part 1: Personal Assets -- Money -- Income distribution -- Sources of income -- Low income households -- Education -- High school completion/graduation rates -- Participation in continuing education -- Barriers to continuing education -- Literacy -- Transportation -- Child care -- Health and wellbeing -- Life expectancy at birth -- Deaths due to unintentional injury -- Self-reported physical health -- Self-reported mental health -- Prevalence of obesity -- Physical activity -- Rates of activity limiting disability -- Smoking rate -- Patterns of alcohol use -- Emergency care for drug and alcohol related health issues -- Satisfaction with life -- How is Yukon doing?
  • Part 2: Community Assets -- Proximity and remoteness -- Distance to work -- Distance to an urban centre -- Distance to basic services -- Accessibility of health care -- Has a regular health care provider -- Barriers to accessing health care -- Difficulty obtaining immediate care -- Satisfaction with the health care system -- Availability of mental health and addiction services -- Knowing how to access mental health and addiction services -- Barriers to seeking mental health or addiction services -- Community safety -- Crime rates -- Crime Severity Index -- Victims of violent crime -- Perception of community safety -- Freedom from discrimination and prejudice -- Feeling out of place -- Experiences of discrimination -- Social support and community belonging -- Sense of community belonging -- Size of social networks -- Trust and confidence in the community and social institutions -- Trust in the community -- Confidence in service agencies and institutions -- How is Yukon doing?
  • Part 3: Access to necessities -- Food and material goods -- Cost and affordability -- Material deprivation -- Food security -- Housing -- Population in housing below standards -- Population in core housing need -- Housing affordability -- Housing safety -- Population without housing -- Having a choice in where one lives -- How is Yukon doing?
  • Part 4: Participation in society -- Employment -- The labour force participation rate -- The unemployment rate -- Reasons for not working full time -- Volunteerism -- Participation in arts, cultural activities, sports and recreation -- Arts and cultural activities -- Sports and recreation -- Membership in clubs and associations -- Civic engagement -- Voter participation- municipal election -- Voter participation- territorial election -- Voter participation- federal election -- Membership on boards and councils -- Advocacy and participation in public consultations -- What happens when people speak up?
  • Appendices -- Appendix 1, Economic family income: 2006 Census estimates -- Appendix 2, Education attainment, population age 25 and over: 2006 Census estimates -- Appendix 3, Barriers to continuing education -- Appendix 4, Transportation difficulties -- Appendix 5, Child care -- Appendix 6, Ten leading causes of death in 2005 -- Appendix 7, Satisfaction with life -- Appendix 8, Services in Yukon communities -- Appendix 9, Has a regular family doctor -- Appendix 10, Something would prevent you from getting health care, if needed -- Appendix 11, Difficulty obtaining immediate health care -- Appendix 12, Knowing how to access mental health and addiction services -- Appendix 13, Barriers to seeking mental health or addiction services -- Appendix 14, Perceptions of community safety -- Appendix 15, Feeling out of place -- Appendix 16, Experiences of discrimination -- Appendix 17, Trust in members of the community -- Appendix 18, Confidence in social institutions -- Appendix 19, Material deprivation -- Appendix 20, Food security -- Appendix 21, Housing repair needs -- Appendix 22, Housing Affordability in Yukon -- Appendix 23, Shelter Cost to Income Ratios -- Appendix 24, Housing safety -- Appendix 25, Having a choice in where one lives -- Appendix 26, Participation in arts and culture activities -- Appendix 27, Participation in sports and recreation activities -- Appendix 28, Membership in clubs and associations -- Appendix 29, Self-reported voter participation -- Appendix 30, Participation on boards and councils -- Appendix 31, Advocacy and participation in public consultations -- Appendix 32, What happens when people speak up? -- Appendix 33, Margins of error for the Yukon Social Inclusion Household Survey
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 electronic text (203 p.)
Form of item
online
Other physical details
digital file.
Publisher number
226436
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CaBNVSL)gtp00546336
  • (OCoLC)713183147
  • (CaOOCEL)226436
System details
Mode of access: World Wide Web
Label
Dimensions of social inclusion and exclusion in Yukon, 2010, written by Rachel Westfall, Yukon Bureau of Statistics ; on behalf of the Office of Social Inclusion, Department of Health and Social Services, (electronic resource)
Link
http://www.deslibris.ca/ID/226436
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • "December 2010"
  • Issued as part of the desLibris documents collection
Antecedent source
not applicable
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Introduction -- What is social inclusion? -- A social inclusion indicator framework for Yukon -- Personal and community assets: the keys to access and participation -- Personal assets -- Community assets -- Access to necessities and participation in society: The end results of social inclusion -- Access to necessities -- Participation in society -- How is Yukon doing?
  • Part 1: Personal Assets -- Money -- Income distribution -- Sources of income -- Low income households -- Education -- High school completion/graduation rates -- Participation in continuing education -- Barriers to continuing education -- Literacy -- Transportation -- Child care -- Health and wellbeing -- Life expectancy at birth -- Deaths due to unintentional injury -- Self-reported physical health -- Self-reported mental health -- Prevalence of obesity -- Physical activity -- Rates of activity limiting disability -- Smoking rate -- Patterns of alcohol use -- Emergency care for drug and alcohol related health issues -- Satisfaction with life -- How is Yukon doing?
  • Part 2: Community Assets -- Proximity and remoteness -- Distance to work -- Distance to an urban centre -- Distance to basic services -- Accessibility of health care -- Has a regular health care provider -- Barriers to accessing health care -- Difficulty obtaining immediate care -- Satisfaction with the health care system -- Availability of mental health and addiction services -- Knowing how to access mental health and addiction services -- Barriers to seeking mental health or addiction services -- Community safety -- Crime rates -- Crime Severity Index -- Victims of violent crime -- Perception of community safety -- Freedom from discrimination and prejudice -- Feeling out of place -- Experiences of discrimination -- Social support and community belonging -- Sense of community belonging -- Size of social networks -- Trust and confidence in the community and social institutions -- Trust in the community -- Confidence in service agencies and institutions -- How is Yukon doing?
  • Part 3: Access to necessities -- Food and material goods -- Cost and affordability -- Material deprivation -- Food security -- Housing -- Population in housing below standards -- Population in core housing need -- Housing affordability -- Housing safety -- Population without housing -- Having a choice in where one lives -- How is Yukon doing?
  • Part 4: Participation in society -- Employment -- The labour force participation rate -- The unemployment rate -- Reasons for not working full time -- Volunteerism -- Participation in arts, cultural activities, sports and recreation -- Arts and cultural activities -- Sports and recreation -- Membership in clubs and associations -- Civic engagement -- Voter participation- municipal election -- Voter participation- territorial election -- Voter participation- federal election -- Membership on boards and councils -- Advocacy and participation in public consultations -- What happens when people speak up?
  • Appendices -- Appendix 1, Economic family income: 2006 Census estimates -- Appendix 2, Education attainment, population age 25 and over: 2006 Census estimates -- Appendix 3, Barriers to continuing education -- Appendix 4, Transportation difficulties -- Appendix 5, Child care -- Appendix 6, Ten leading causes of death in 2005 -- Appendix 7, Satisfaction with life -- Appendix 8, Services in Yukon communities -- Appendix 9, Has a regular family doctor -- Appendix 10, Something would prevent you from getting health care, if needed -- Appendix 11, Difficulty obtaining immediate health care -- Appendix 12, Knowing how to access mental health and addiction services -- Appendix 13, Barriers to seeking mental health or addiction services -- Appendix 14, Perceptions of community safety -- Appendix 15, Feeling out of place -- Appendix 16, Experiences of discrimination -- Appendix 17, Trust in members of the community -- Appendix 18, Confidence in social institutions -- Appendix 19, Material deprivation -- Appendix 20, Food security -- Appendix 21, Housing repair needs -- Appendix 22, Housing Affordability in Yukon -- Appendix 23, Shelter Cost to Income Ratios -- Appendix 24, Housing safety -- Appendix 25, Having a choice in where one lives -- Appendix 26, Participation in arts and culture activities -- Appendix 27, Participation in sports and recreation activities -- Appendix 28, Membership in clubs and associations -- Appendix 29, Self-reported voter participation -- Appendix 30, Participation on boards and councils -- Appendix 31, Advocacy and participation in public consultations -- Appendix 32, What happens when people speak up? -- Appendix 33, Margins of error for the Yukon Social Inclusion Household Survey
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 electronic text (203 p.)
Form of item
online
Other physical details
digital file.
Publisher number
226436
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CaBNVSL)gtp00546336
  • (OCoLC)713183147
  • (CaOOCEL)226436
System details
Mode of access: World Wide Web

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