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  1. Census and Identity: The Politics of Race, Ethnicity, and Language in National Censuses (New Perspectives on Anthropological and Social Demography)
  2. Applied Mathematical Demography (Statistics for Biology and Health) by N. Keyfitz, Hal Caswell, 2010-11-02
  3. Famine Demography: Perspectives from the Past and Present (International Studies in Demography)
  4. Demography, State and Society: Irish Migration to Britain, 1921-1971 (Mcgill-Queen's Studies in Ethnic History) by Enda Delaney, 2001-01
  5. A Plague of Paradoxes: AIDS, Culture, and Demography in Northern Tanzania (Worlds of Desire: The Chicago Series on Sexuality, Gender, and Culture) by Philip W. Setel, 2000-02-15
  6. Himalayan Households: Tamang Demography and Domestic Processes by Tom Fricke, 1994-10-15
  7. Worlds in Motion: Understanding International Migration at the End of the Millennium (International Studies in Demography) by Douglas S. Massey, Joaquin Arango, et all 2005-04-28
  8. Applied Demography in the 21st Century: Selected Papers from the Biennial Conference on Applied Demography, San Antonio, Teas, Januara 7-9, 2007
  9. The Demography of Roman Egypt (Cambridge Studies in Population, Economy and Society in Past Time) by Roger S. Bagnall, Bruce W. Frier, 2006-04-20
  10. The Dictionary of Demography by Roland Pressat, Christopher Wilson, 1987-12
  11. The Demography of Africa by James D. Tarver, 1996-11-30
  12. Demography Of South Africa (General Demography of Africa)
  13. Return to Aztlan: The Social Process of International Migration from Western Mexico (Studies in Demography) (No. 1) by Douglas S. Massey, Rafael Alarcon, et all 1990-02-07
  14. Demography through Problems (Problem Books in Mathematics) by Nathan Keyfitz, John A. Beekman, 2010-11-02

21. University Of California, Berkeley Department Of Demography

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23. Reed Wadley, Dept. Of Anthropology, University Of Missouri-Columbia
Research interests include agricultural and economic anthropology, demography, conservation, and indigenous management of natural resources. University of Missouri.
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24. Department Of Statistics And Demography
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25. SSBR: Demography
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Up to the second population estimates. Provided by U.S. Bureau of the Census as of today. CHART: Median Household Income by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1967 to 2001 Household Income Median household income in 2001 in the United States was $42,228. This level was 2.2 percent lower than in 2000 in real terms (after adjusting for inflation). The real median income of Hispanic-origin households remained unchanged at $33,565, while the income of each race group declined between 2000 and 2001. Real median household income declined 1.3 percent for households with a non-Hispanic White householder to a level of $46,305; 3.4 percent for Blacks to $29,470; and 6.4 percent for Asians and Pacific Islanders to 53,635. The real earnings of women who worked full-time, year round increased 3.5 percent, to $29,215, while men's earnings ($38,275) did not change. The resulting women's-to-men's earnings ratio is at an all-time high, 0.76. Previous (in 2001 dollars) Current (in 2001 dollars) Provided by

26. UCB Collections In Demography
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UCB Library Collections in Demography
The UC Berkeley Library collections in Demography support the research and teaching of the Department of Demography, as well as of the many other departments and programs with an interest in demography and population studies.
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The Department of Demography , in the College of Letters and Sciences, offers a highly interdisciplinary training program leading to the M.A. and Ph.D. in demography. Demography is an increasingly important area of study, with important links to many pressing policy issues such as economic development of Third World countries, population aging, the environment, health and mortality, family change, economic activities of women, immigration and ethnicity, and declining birth rates. It also has strong links to other fields such as economics, sociology, social history, anthropology, and statistics. The program is one of the very few in the United States granting graduate degrees in demography, rather than offering demography only as a field of specialization within some other department. The program stresses quantitative aspects of demography and demography in the context of social science theory. Although there is no undergraduate major, undergraduates may complete a minor in demography. There are 4 principal faculty members and 8 faculty members in other departments who are affiliated with the program. About five new graduate students are admitted each year to the Ph. D. program, and the program offers 8 undergraduate and 19 graduate-level courses. Twenty-two Ph.D. degrees were granted between 1985 and 1993.

27. Developing Demography
Discusses the threat posed to populations with low rates of fertility
Book Review Essay The Numbers Game: Ethnic Conflict in the Contemporary World Kevin MacDonald A Question of Numbers: High Migration, Low Fertility, an d the Politics of National Identity. Michael S. Teitelbaum and Jay Winter. New York: Hill and Wang, 1998. 289 pages. Population Dilemmas in the Middle East: Essays in Political Demography and Economy. Gad G. Gilbar. London and Portland, Oregon: Frank Cass, 1997. 141 pages. The Demographic Struggle for Power: The Political Economy of Demographic Engineering in the Modern World. Milica Zarkovic Bookman. London and Portland, Oregon: Frank Cass, 1997. 273 pages. These books all concentrate on the interface between population studies and ethnic conflict. The main political bone of contention is ethnic conflict over control of territory—a rather ancient human preoccupation—whose contours have been radically reshaped in the contemporary world by the relative ease of migration over long distances. The issues raised by these books are of profound importance both for demography as a science and for the political landscape of the world. Teitelbaum and Winter point out that there has been a decline in the influence of professional demographers as issues related to population have become increasingly politicized, and politicization results from competition between ethnic groups. Unfortunately, none of these books provides any scientific understanding of group competition. that INED’s estimate of the French birth rate as well below replacement levels was politically motivated and had the effect of increasing fears of non-European immigration. He charged that INED preferred indigenous population growth to population growth brought about by immigration, and that several of its policies coincided with those advocated by the National Front, a nativist political party. Indeed, well before this controversy, Jean Marie Le Pen, leader of the National Front, stated, "There’s nothing wrong with the birthrate, except that we’re not the ones who are making the babies" (p. 47).

28. Demographic Links
demography. While world fears have generally centered around the proliferationof nuclear, biological, and chemical weaponry, the
While world fears have generally centered around the proliferation of nuclear, biological, and chemical weaponry, the major time bomb clicking away is a demographic one. In 1998, the two hundredth anniversary of Thomas Robert Malthus's "Essay on the Principle of Population" was observed. Developed in this work is how under ideal conditions human numbers increase geometrically. (See Frank Elwell's Reclaiming Malthus site.) Six years after its publication, in 1804, world population first reached one billion people. Just 123 years later the population reached two billion, and in 47 years doubled again to four billion in 1974. In the fall of 1999, one born in 1960 will have seen the world's population double from 3 to 6 billion (check out ZPG's Y6B page ); one born in 1927 will have seen human numbers tripled (source: United Nations, 1998 ). Of the estimated 105 billion humans who have ever been born, 5.5 percent are currently alive Around the world the number of births in 1998:
  • annually equals the combined populations of all Central American countries, or more than the population of Japan or Bangladesh

29. Center For Studies In Demography And Ecology
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Wednesday, April 30, 2003 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m This day-long course, organized by Felice J. Levine and Paula R. Skedsvold, in connection with the Population Association of America meetings this year, addresses human research protection issues in the design, implementation, and review of research in the social sciences, with a special emphasis on demographic research. More Information: [DOC] New and Noteworthy March 18, 2003

30. Association Of Reproductive Health Professionals
Peerreviewed journal publishing papers on contraceptive advances and research in chemistry, biochemistry, physiology, endocrinology, biology, the medical sciences, and demography. Includes a sample issue.

31. NIDI The World Wide Web Of Demography
NIDI, The World Wide Web of demography. Introduction.
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These pages present a comprehensive overview of demographic resources on the World Wide Web. Currently these pages contain over external links. The links include web sites on:

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33. NIDI The World Wide Web Of Demography- Information Resources
NIDI, The World Wide Web of demography. demography, maintained by the Plausible FuturesNewsletter, information for scenario planners and learning organizations;
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This page presents an overview of information resources in the field of demography and population studies on the World Wide Web, like overviews of (other) demographic links related fields , and mailing and discussion lists Demographic links
  • , maintained by L. Schankman, North Hall Library, Mansfield University, PA, USA
  • (CICRED) in France maintaines:
    • ACERD , a directory of population study or research centres throughout the world
    • Repertory of Research Projects , an international repertory of national population studies and research carried out in the world
  • Demography , maintained by the Plausible Futures Newsletter, information for scenario planners and learning organizations
  • Historische Demographie
  • History of International Migration , maintained by the Department of History, Leiden University, the Netherlands
  • Internet Resources of Interest to Demographers , maintained by the Office of Population Research, Princeton University, USA
  • Migratie: altijd en overal , for (history) students about research and migration (in Dutch)
  • Netlinks , searchable Database of Internet Resources in Population, Health and Development maintained by the Center for Communication Programs of the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health
  • PopNet , a resource for population information, produced and maintained by the Population Reference Bureau
  • Population and Demography Information , links maintained by the Population Research Institute, Pennsylvania State University, USA

34. Commission On Behavioral And Social Sciences And Education, U.S. National Resear
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35. Interface Demography
A research section of the Faculty of Economic, Social and Political Sciences (ESP), Free University Category Science Social Sciences Europe......Interface demography, 1. Location. The Interface demography is locatedat the Vrije Universiteit (Free University) of Brussels (VUB).
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The "Interface Demography" is located at the Vrije Universiteit (Free University) of Brussels (VUB). Formally called "Interuniversity Programme in Demography" (IPD), it was founded in 1977. It is a research section of the Faculty of Economic, Social and Political Sciences (ESP) Mailing address: Interface Demography, Vakgroep Sociaal Onderzoek,VUB, Pleinlaan 2, B-1050 Brussels, BELGIUM. Visiting address: VUB-campus Etterbeek, building M, 1st floor, room M114 (secretariat) Phone: ++32-2-629 20 40 (all VUB phones start with 629 followed by a four figures extension) Fax: ++32-2-629 24 20 E-mail:
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The "Interface demography" is the unit for population studies at the VUB. Originally is has been founded by the Federal Agency for Scientific, Technical and Cultural Affairs of the Belgian government. The unit fulfils the following functions:
  • The interface function: Data collection function: the unit is also the organizer of demographic and socio-economic surveys in Belgium. The most recent ones include surveys among the Turkish and Moroccan populations: (i) "Patterns of Family Formation and Values Orientations" conducted in 1992-93 among 1700 Turkish and Moroccan women in Flanders and Brussels, and (ii) "Migration Histories and Social Mobility" conducted in 1995-96 among 2800 Turkish and Moroccan men in Belgium.

36. CIA - The World Factbook 2002 -- Norway
Features information about demography, economy, government, and communications.
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37. SUDAs SRRD Archive
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Gender and family stability: Dissolution of the first parental union in Sweden and Hungary, Demographic research

38. Theoretical Population Biology
This journal presents articles on the theoretical aspects of the biology of populations, particularly in the areas of ecology, genetics, demography, and epidemiology.
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39. CIESIN Poland - Infocoop CIESIN SDNP UNDP
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40. Migration Trends By Ethnic Groups
Revaz Gachechiladze discusses the ethnic structure of migrations by analyzing the historical demography of Tbilisi.
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Text by: Revaz Gachechiladze, "Population Migration in Georgia and Its Socio-Economic Consequences". Discussion Paper Series - UNDP, 1997. The total migration balance in Tbilisi (according to the propiska system) during the last eleven years is shown in The gradual reduction of the positive net-migration can be traced from 1986. From 1991 net-migration turned negative. The out-migration of Tbilisi's population peaked in 1993 when the socio-economic crisis in Tbilisi peaked (as it did in the rest of Georgia). The situation in 1993 was close to catastrophic: civil wars, a dramatic fall in economic output, energy shortages, general public destitution, hyperinflation, criminal "revolution", waves of IDPs, etc. In the following years out-migration waves slowed, but in-migration did not increase accordingly. During the last 11 years, 43.2 thousand more officially de-registered from Tbilisi than registered to enter. However, this does not in fact mean that the actual population of Tbilisi decreased (see below).

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