Friday, March 14, 2014
Mary Gates Hall - Room 241, 12:30 - 1:30
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.
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.
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...
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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- United Nations Research Guides & Resources
- 2013 CSDE Newsletter
- CSDE SEED Funding Report
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