Friday, April 18, 2014

Mike Babb & Mark Ellis
Raitt Hall - Room 121,  12:30 - 1:30

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Spotlight

Betty Bekemeier featured in Public Health Services and Systems Research Newsletter

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Demographic Methods

The canonical task of demographers is population estimation and projection, and concomitantly, using or developing methods that fundamentally account for population size, density and distribution.
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Families and Children

Families form, change and vanish as people enter into or dissolve unions and make fertility choices, or as children or other members join or depart.
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Biosocial Contexts of Population Health

How and why does the social become biological? This was recently posed as one of the top ten social science priority questions...  
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Migrants, Minorities, and Unequal Opportunities

Among the demographic “headlines” of the last quarter century is the massive relocation of human populations. The movement of people across national boundaries has...
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Population and Environment

Ever since Malthus’ treatises, questions about the dynamic nature of the relationship between population and environment have been at the core of demography. 
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