- Housing Intensification, Brisbane 2011 (second component)
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This layer shows the second component of housing intensification for Brisbane 2011. SPSS was used to run the factor analysis. Raw data was downloaded from ABS, SA1, 2011
Factor 2 is dominated by Retired. This group is dominated by older adult residents aged over 55. They are living in semi-detached terrace and townhouses owned their houses outright with low weekly income (A$400-800) engaged in lower occupational employments (i.e. Machine operators and labourer occupations). This group...
- Publication Date
- Oct. 23, 2017, 12:10 p.m.
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- uadi , housing , intensification , 2017a
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