التعدادات السكانية في الجزائر1830-2008
The spread of the census all over the world is considered a post-World War II phenomenon, as it was promoted by the United Nations, and its Statistics Division announced during the year 2012 that about 97% of the world’s countries are conducting population censuses. The United Nations has launched a set of One of the international recommendations on censuses, aimed at helping countries to better plan and implement censuses without wasting their resources, and published a series of these global recommendations that have known changes over the years, and there are general indicators about the principles and characteristics of population censuses and information about methods and methods of enumeration and statistics with examples of tables.
Algeria is among the countries in which the French colonial administration achieved population censuses between 1830 and 1962, and began in-depth statistical monitoring operations since 1830, which produced documents of a systematic and relatively comprehensive approach to various aspects of economic, political, social, as well as historical life. These censuses focused on the different population in terms of culture, language, religion, and the way of life. After Algeria’s independence, five censuses were carried out between 1966 and 2008; however, the national statistics office does not publish reports on its methodology.
Keywords: Censuses, Statistical Process, Data Collection, Population, Demographic Indicators.
Fatma NOUI, Research Doctor, Demography, University of Colonel Hajj Lakhdar, Batna 1- ALGERIA