Social Statistics

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In social statistics the key figure of the century was a Belgian, Adolphe Quetelet, who was the first, on any systematic basis, to call attention to the kinds of structured behaviour that could be observed and identified only through statistical means. It was Quetelet who brought into prominence the momentous concept of “the average man” and his behaviour.

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