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June 1983

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Published by Journal of Economic Issues Vol. XVII, No. 2, June 1983. Copyright © 1983 Journal of Economic Issues. Used by permission.

Abstract

The current need in social indicator modeling is a general framework for socio-environmental inquiry. This is consistent with John Dewey's advice on social measurement given more than forty years ago. This article will follow Marcus Felson's advice to develop socio-environmental accounts based on "map, clock, and calendar."' This can be accomplished by combining the social fabric matrix with temporal sequencing and geobased data systems.

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