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Status: This standard was approved as a departmental standard on January 25, Sex refers to sex ased at birth. Sex is typically ased based on a person's reproductive system and other physical characteristics. Person refers to an individual and is the unit of analysis for most social statistics programs.

Sex and gender refer to two different concepts. Caution should be exercised when comparing counts for sex with those for gender. For example, female sex is not the same as female gender. The variable 'Gender of person' and the 'Classification of gender' are expected to be used by most social statistics programs.

The variable 'Sex of person' and the 'Classification of sex' are to be used where information on sex at birth is needed, for example for some demographic and health indicators.

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This standard includes more detailed and specific information than the recommendations for censuses contained in the United Nations' ''Principles and Recommendations for Population and Housing Censuses, Revision 3'', The United Nations document does not state the in the definition of sex nor does it specify whether sex refers to sex at birth. The "Conference of European Statisticians Recommendations for the Censuses of Population and Housing" recognizes that some countries have started using sex in addition to 'male and female'.

The option of a third category for sex is provided in the classification variant of sex in the Canadian standard.

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The Conference of European Statisticians caution that issues related to data collection and residual disclosure should be considered when using a classification with a third category for sex: ''It is known that a small proportional error occurs in reporting or coding large response such as 'male' or 'female' but that these can nevertheless be larger than the of correctly captured responses for a rare category such as a 'third' sex. Even among the sub-group of particular interest, response patterns may be particularly sensitive to question wording.

It is strongly recommended, Social sex Canada, that countries should undertake a rigorous testing programme before attempting to collect such information in the census. Furthermore, it should be noted that including such in outputs imposes risk to statistical disclosure since the relevant s are likely to be very small, particularly when cross-classified with other census variables. It recognizes two sexes male and femaleconsistent with the 'Classification of sex' presented in the Canadian standard. These classes and codes are consistent with the 'Classification of sex' presented in this standard.

Similar to the World Health Organization's 'Gender, equity and human rights, Glossary of terms and tools', this standard refers to sex ased based on physical characteristics. While the World Health Organization indicates that such characteristics are used to define 'male' and 'female', this standard additionally provides a classification variant with three 'male', 'female' and 'intersex'.

This standard updates the definition by specifying that sex refers to sex at birth typically ased based on a person's reproductive system and other physical characteristics. This standard also provides a classification variant of sex that recognizes the 'intersex' category.

Social sex Canada

Alpha codes are provided for in both classifications presented in this standard. Please and let us know how we can help you.

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Definition Sex refers to sex ased at birth. Sex is typically ased based on a person's reproductive system and other physical characteristics.

Social sex Canada

Person refers to an individual and is the unit of analysis for most social statistics programs. Usage Sex and gender refer to two different concepts. The variable 'Sex of person' and the 'Classification of sex' are to be used where information on sex at birth is needed, for example for some demographic and health indicators. Conformity to relevant internationally recognized standards This standard includes more detailed and specific information than the recommendations for censuses contained in the United Nations' ''Principles and Recommendations for Population and Housing Censuses, Revision 3'', While the World Health Organization indicates that such characteristics are used to define 'male' and 'female', this standard additionally provides a classification variant with three 'male', 'female' and 'intersex'.

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Classifications Classification of sex January 25, to current Variant of classification of sex January 25, to current Additional information See: Gender of person Relation to version Sex of person January 25, to current This standard updates the definition by specifying that sex refers to sex at birth typically ased based on a person's reproductive system and other physical characteristics.

Alpha codes are provided for in both classifications presented in this standard. Sex of person May 22, to January 24, This was the departmental standard from May 22, to January 24, Report a problem on this .

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