Seminars

CPC seminars are a long-held tradition, introduced by Moye Freymann in 1966. The seminars were established as a forum for faculty, students, and staff to be exposed to population research conducted by scholars in various disciplines.

Seminars were always held weekly throughout the academic year. Over the years, the seminars series has had different names including the Lecture-Discussion Series, the Research Problems Seminars series, the Interdisciplinary Population Research Seminar Series and, in 2006, the Friday Seminars. Many special seminars have been held as well, in an effort to highlight a visitor's research or to provide an opportunity for CPC faculty, trainees, and staff to practice a presentation to be given at an upcoming conference. CPC's Distinguished Lecture series began in 1985, with a presentation by Kingsley Davis of Stanford University. Interview clip: Thomas describes the contributions of the seminar series to CPC [VIDEO]

In 2006, the Friday Seminars were held in the same tradition as they were created in 1966. They continued to provide an opportunity for attendees to become more knowledgeable about population research in various disciplines. They were also a mechanism for exchanging information about ongoing research, an opportunity for new forms of analysis or research techniques to be presented and discussed, and a means to facilitate the interest in and development of cross-disciplinary research projects.

Below is a list of the Distinguished Lectures held between 1985 and 2006, followed by a list of the 700 seminars held at CPC between 1966 and 2006.

CPC Distinguished Lectures


Demographic Foundations of the Women's Movement (1985)
Kingsley Davis, Stanford University

China's Phenomenal Fertility Decline: Causes and Consequences (1987)
Ronald Freedman, University of Michigan

Social Science and Population Policy (1988)
Paul Demeny, Population Council

New Directions for Global Population Policy: The Role of the United Nations Population Fund (1989)
Nafis Sadik, UNFPA

The Demographic Future of Western Nations (1988-89)
Charles Westoff, Princeton University

Mortality Decline in the Twentieth Century: Why Did It Happen? (1989-90)
Samuel Preston, University of Pennsylvania

What's Going to Happen to American Fertility? (1989-90)
Norman Ryder, Princeton University

The Health Transition: Implications for Health Policy in Developing Countries (1992)
Henry Mosley, Johns Hopkins University

Modern Economic Growth and Fertility: Is Aggregate Evidence Credible? (1992)
Paul Schultz, Yale University

Aging in Asia: Challenges and Opportunities in Comparative Research (1993)
Albert Hermalin, University of Michigan

Population Policy Options in the Developing World (1994)
John Bongaarts, Population Council

America in Decline: Evidence from the 1990 Census about Social and Economic Change (1995)
Reynolds Farley, University of Michigan

Child Support in America: Is it Working? Will it Help? (1996)
Sara McLanahan, Princeton University

Investigating the Sub-Saharan AIDS Epidemic (1997)
Jack Caldwell, Australian National University

Population and Pensions: The Future of Social Security (1998-99)
Ronald Lee, University of California-Berkeley

Old Definitions and New Realities: The Diversification of Family Life in Modern Societies (1999-00)
Larry Bumpass, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Research Frontiers in the Economics, Health and Demography of Aging (2000-01)
Robert Willis, University of Michigan

Welfare, Poverty, and Marriage (2001-02)
Andrew Cherlin, Johns Hopkins University

Synthesis of Scientific Disciplines in Pursuit of Health (2002-03)
Linda Waite, University of Chicago

From the First to the Second Demographic Transition (2003-04)
Ronald Lesthaeghe, Vrije Universiteit, Brussels

The Plasticity of Longevity (2004-05)
James Vaupel, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, and Duke University

Deepening Pluralism: Building Solidarity to Eliminate Racial Health Inequality (2005-06)
Arline Geronimus, University of Michigan

Sex Mortality Differentials in the United States: The Role of Cohort Smoking Patterns (2006-07)
Samuel Preston, University of Pennsylvania

CPC Seminars

 

Rural South Fertility Experiments (Fall 1967)
Thomas J. Crawford,

Family Planning Program in Egypt (Fall 1967)
M. Sadek Foda,

Voluntary Agencies in the Population Movement (Fall 1967)
Alan F. Guttmacher, Guttmacher Institute

Commercial Distribution of Condoms in India (Fall 1967)
Peter King,

The Family Planning Program in Punjab State, India (Fall 1967)
Howard Mitchell, University of Pennsylvania

Population Program Development in Georgia (Fall 1967)
Ronald O'Connor,

Oral Contraceptive Experience in Egypt (Fall 1967)
Ali H. Shaaban,

Taiwan Fertility Studies (Fall 1967)
John Takeshita, University of Michigan

Population Dynamics in Punjab State, India (Fall 1967)
John B. Wyon, Harvard University

Secrets of Sex as Told by the School Teacher and the Marriage Counselor (Fall 1968)
Ethel M. Nash, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Obstetrics and Gynecology Dept.
Charles B. Arnold, UNC Health Administration Dept.
Betty E. Cogswell, CPC Faculty Associate

Is Birth Control for HAREM? (Fall 1968)
James E. Allen, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Religion Dept.
P. Paul Burgess, Vatican Embassy
Arnold S. Nash, UNC Religion Dept.

Why Communicate? (Fall 1968)
Robert R. Blake, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Radio, Television and Movies Dept.
Donald Shaw, UNC Journalism Dept.

Family Planning Programs in North Africa (Fall 1968)
George F. Brown, Population Council

Education and Population (Fall 1968)
David Burleson, UNC School of Education

Food and the Poor (Fall 1968)
Arthur J. Coutu, UNC Economics Dept.

Beauty and the Beast (Fall 1968)
Abraham S. David, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Economics Dept.

The Private and Governmental Partnership for Population Control (Fall 1968)
General William H. Draper, United Nations Population Commission

Demographic Effects of a Sterilization Program (Fall 1968)
Alfred Haynes,

Reproduction Research in Egypt (Fall 1968)
Fouad Hefnawi, Al-Azhar University

Pills and Things (Fall 1968)
Jaroslav F. Hulka, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Obstetrics and Gynecology Dept., UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.

Family Planning & Economic Development (Fall 1968)
Il-gon Kim, National Changwon University

Economic Change and the Question of How Many People (Fall 1968)
Quentin W. Lindsey, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Economics Dept.

Black Male Attitudes Toward Family Planning (Fall 1968)
William Montgomery,

The Earth's Capacity for Carrying People (Fall 1968)
Howard T. Odum, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Zoology Dept.

Malthus, Population, and Epidemiology: Epidemiology and the Single Girl (Fall 1968)
Abdel R. Omran, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Epidemiology Dept.

Programmed Instruction in Family Planning Training Programs (Fall 1968)
Gordon Perkin, Ford Foundation

Malthus, Magic and Motivation (Fall 1968)
Steven Polgar, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Anthropology Dept.

Family Planning Effects on Indian Fertility (Fall 1968)
Franz Rosa,

Family Planning in the Strategy of Health (Fall 1968)
Earl Siegel, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.

Ford Foundation Interests in Population Problems of Asia (Fall 1968)
Eugene Staples, Ford Foundation

A Search for Psychological Factors in Fertility (Fall 1968)
Vaida D. Thompson, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Psychology Dept.

Voluntary Sterilization (Fall 1968)
H. Curtis Wood, Association for Voluntary Sterilization

A Rural Family Planning Project Near Delhi (Spring 1968)
LeRoy R. Allen,

Southern Appalachian Population Problems (Spring 1968)
James S. Brown, University of Kentucky

U.S. Fertility: Factors Affecting Recent Trends (Spring 1968)
Arthur Campbell, Deputy Director, Center for Population Research NICHD

The U.N. Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East: Demographic and Family Planning Activities (Spring 1968)
C. Chandrasekaran, United Nations Economic Commission for Asia and Far East, Bangkok

India's Population Policies and Programs (Spring 1968)
S. Chandrasekhar, Health Minister, Government of India

The American Friends Service Committee's Family Planning Activities (Spring 1968)
Lorraine Cleveland,

Foreign Advisors in Social Change Programs (Spring 1968)
John Cool,

Differential Fertility in Bombay (Spring 1968)
Mohammed El-Badry,

International Organizations and the Population Problem (Spring 1968)
Richard Fagley, World Council of Churches

Administrative Issues in Population Program Development (Spring 1968)
Jason Finkle, University of Michigan

Population Dynamics in Tissue Culture (Spring 1968)
George O. Gey, Johns Hopkins Hospital

Turkish Fertility Studies (Spring 1968)
David Goldberg, University of Michigan

Foundation Assistance to the Population Field (Spring 1968)
Oscar Harkavy, Ford Foundation

Personal Dignity in Family Planning Services (Spring 1968)
Robert Hatcher, Emory University

Clinical Research on Male Sterilization (Spring 1968)
Pralhad Jhaver,

Indonesian Developments in the Population Field (Spring 1968)
Trois Johnson, State Services Office, Carolina Population Center

The Pathology of Crowding (Spring 1968)
Alexander Kessler, World Health Organization

Population and National Development (Spring 1968)
Ahmed Khalifa,

The OEO Family Planning Program (Spring 1968)
Gary D. London, Office of Economic Opportunity

U.S. Government Family Planning Policies (Spring 1968)
Katherine Oettinger, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Population and Family Planning, Health Education and Welfare

Eugenics Policies and Problems (Spring 1968)
Julius Paul, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research

Family Planning Programs in Latin America (Spring 1968)
Clifford A. Pease, Population Council

Evaluation Methods in Population Programs (Spring 1968)
Samuel Wishik, Columbia University

The International Post-Partum Program (Spring 1968)
Gerald Zatuchni, Population Council

Population Policy: The Contribution of Each Field of Study to its Development (Spring 1969)
Quentin W. Lindsey, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Economics Dept.

Viewing Demographic Behavior as a Life Cycle Process (Fall 1971)
Charles Nam, Florida State University
Norton Beach, UNC School of Education
Noel-David Burleson, UNC School of Education

In Terms of Carrying Capacity, the Plant Earth is Overpopulated (Fall 1971)
Georg Borgstrom, Michigan State University
Ernest Carl, UNC Zoology Dept.

Resource Limitations Proscribe Population Growth (Fall 1971)
Ernest Carl, UNC Zoology Dept.
John W. Florin, UNC Geography Dept.
Dale Hoover, NC State University

Religious Tenets Concerning Population are not Important: It's the Social Role of the Religious Leader in the Community (Fall 1971)
Burgess Paul, University of Florida
Saad Gadalla, American University in Cairo
N. Krishnan Namboodiri, CPC Faculty Associate
James Riddle, The Community Church

Can Models Be Useful in Planning Countries? (Fall 1971)
Thomas Naylor, Duke University
H.A. Green, U.S. Census Bureau
Joseph J. Spengler, Duke University

Values, Political Ideologies, Population: An Historical and Philosophical Approach (Fall 1971)
Lewis Lipsitz, UNC Political Science Dept.
Arnold S. Nash, UNC Religion Dept.

Given $100,000 to Spend on Development: Which Course of Action Would Come First, Health Improvement or Contraceptive Development and Promotion? (Fall 1971)
Jaroslav F. Hulka, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Obstetrics and Gynecology Dept., UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.
Robert W. Noyes, UNC Obstetrics and Gynecology Dept. and Maternal and Child Health Dept.
Abdel R. Omran, CPC Faculty Associate
Steven Polgar, CPC Faculty Associate

Can the Population Problem Be Solved by a Redistribution of People? (Fall 1971)
Amos H. Hawley, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Sociology Dept.
Joel Smith, Duke University
Thomas Steahr, CPC Faculty Associate

Contraceptive Development: The Ethics of Testing New Approaches (Fall 1971)
Jaroslav F. Hulka, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Obstetrics and Gynecology Dept., UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.

Abortion Reform in Eastern Europe (Fall 1971)
Robert J. McIntyre, CPC Predoc, UNC Economics Dept.

Inter-Institutional Workshop on Population Studies, On the Commission on Population Growth (Fall 1972)
John D. John D., Chairman, Commission on Population Growth and the American Future

Sociological Issues in Population Policy: With Particular Emphasis on Minority Issues (Fall 1972)
Ernest Attah, Brown University

Ethical-Moral Issues in Population Policy (Fall 1972)
Daniel Callahan, Institute of Society, Ethics, and Life Sciences

Psychological Considerations in Population Issues (Fall 1972)
Henry David, Transnational Family Research Institute

North Carolina: Population Factors in State Goals and Planning (Fall 1972)
Leigh Hammond, NC Department of Administration

Economic Considerations in Population Issues (Fall 1972)
D. Gale Johnson, University of Chicago

Legal Issues in Population (Fall 1972)
Harriet Pilpel, Greenbaum, Wolff, and Ernst (New York, NY)

Quality and Quantity of Resources in Relation to the Economy and Population (Fall 1972)
Ronald Ridker, Resources for the Future

Youth and Citizen Goals and Roles in Population Policy (Fall 1972)
Stephen L. Salyer, Citizen's Committee on Population and the American Future

Politics and Population (Fall 1972)
Aaron Segal, Cornell University

What Are the Positive and Negative Influences of Journalistic Reporting About Population in the United States? How Is Information Diffused or Blocked in the Media? (Spring 1972)
Donald Shaw, UNC School of Journalism
Michael Bishop, UNC School of Journalism
Robert R. Blake, Educational Materials Unit

What Is the Meaning of Incentives? (Spring 1972)
Vincent LoLordo, UNC Psychology Dept.
Peter Everett, Predoc

What Are the Problems and Opportunities in Commercial Marketing of Contraceptives? (Spring 1972)
Edward Meldahl, POPLABS, Carolina Population Center
Philip Harvey, Population Services

Is There Justification for the 'Imperialistic' Charges Concerning Western Aid in Family Planning for Underdeveloped Countries? (Spring 1972)
Elihu Bergman, Harvard University
Reed Reynolds, Ithaca College

Can We Freely Offer Contraception and Abortion Services? (Spring 1972)
William Baird, Parents Aid Society

Is Family Planning Genocidal? (Spring 1972)
Helen Barnes, State Board of Health, Mississippi

How Can a Family Planning Program Be Developed in the Face of Ethical and Political Challenges? An Example in the Louisiana Program (Spring 1972)
Joseph Beasley, School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Tulane University

What Are the Effects of Sex-Role Training and Stereotyping on Family Planning? Are These Major Obstacles to Family Planning? (Spring 1972)
Yvonne Brackbill, Georgetown University

What Are the Issues in Economic Development With or Without Family Planning? How Do We Move Toward a Stationary State of Population Growth? (Spring 1972)
Herman Daly, Louisiana State University

Are Incentives Ethical? (Spring 1972)
Arthur Dyck, Harvard University

Can We Bring Para-Professionals Into Family Planning? (Spring 1972)
Frank Moore, School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Tulane University

What Are the Political and Administrative Problems Encountered in Family Planning on the National and International Level and How Can They Be Countered? (Spring 1972)
Jeannie Rosoff, Planned Parenthood/World Population

What Are the Women's Lib Viewpoints on Family Planning, Contraception, and Contraceptive Technology? Are These Views Heeded? (Spring 1972)
Nancy Russo, Richmond College

Methods of Measuring Mortality for Developing Countries ( 1976)
Arjun L. Adlakha, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Educational Background and Fertility Behavior ( 1976)
John S. Akin, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Economics Dept.

Demography and Social Conflict: Perspectives on the Arab-Israeli Conflict ( 1976)
Edward E Azar, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Political Science Dept.

A Socio-Economic Model of Fertility in Columbia ( 1976)
Harold Banquero, Doctoral Student, Dept. of Economics

The Role of Population and Family Planning in Country-Wide Economic Demographic Models ( 1976)
Richard E. Bilsborrow, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Methodological Issues in Migration Research in Developing Countries ( 1976)
Richard E. Bilsborrow, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Wealth and Propensity to Migrate ( 1976)
Paul Buescher, CPC Predoc, UNC Sociology Dept.

The Political Consequences of Overpopulation: 2 Models ( 1976)
Stuart L. Hill, CPC Predoc, UNC Political Science Dept.

Migration Policy and Fertility ( 1976)
Sandra L. Hofferth, CPC Predoc, UNC Sociology Dept.

A New Look at Causes of Low Birth Weight ( 1976)
Carol Hogue, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Fertility and Family Planning in Nigeria ( 1976)
Alan Johnson, Institute of Population Studies, Univ. of Ife, Ile-Ife, Nigeria

Changing Trends in Population Assistance ( 1976)
K. Kanagaratnam, International Bank

The Demographic and Ecological Basis of the Urban Crisis ( 1976)
John D. Kasarda, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Fertility, Age Structure, and Income in the United States Since 1947 ( 1976)
Ronald Lee, Population Studies Center, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Women's Work and Fertility ( 1976)
Karen Mason, Population Studies Center, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Population Education in American Schools: A Workshop Approach ( 1976)
Elaine Murphy, Zero Population Growth

Energy and Politics 1976 ( 1976)
David Orr, UNC Political Science Dept.

Cognitive Dimensions of Family Planning Decisions ( 1976)
David Rogers, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH

Body Notions and Contraceptive Use in Ethnic Groups ( 1976)
Clarissa Scott, University of Miami, Miami, Florida

Childbearing: Contraception and Mortality ( 1976)
Chirayath M. Suchindran, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Legal Abortion: Demographic and Public Health Aspects ( 1976)
Christopher Tietze, Population Council, New York, NY

Estimating the Cost of Children in the U.S. ( 1976)
Boone A. Turchi, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Economics Dept.

Estimating the Random Variance in Vital Rates Based on Total Enumeration of Events ( 1976)
J. Richard Udry, CPC Faculty Associate, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept., UNC Sociology Dept.

The Changing Attitude of Contraceptive Practice ( 1976)
Livia Wan, Family Planning Division, New York University

The Effects of Contraceptive Hormones on Blood Clotting (Fall 1977)
Nancy Arkin, CPC Predoc, UNC Epidemiology Dept.

Development Planning, and Population Policy in Puerto Rico (Fall 1977)
Kent Earnhardt, CPC Postdoc

The Last Egyptian Census (Fall 1977)
Thomas Havenor, Predoc, UNC Political Science Dept.

Factors Influencing the Occurrence of Single or Multiple Pregnancies in Early Adolescence (Fall 1977)
Laurie E. Krieger, CPC Predoc, UNC Anthropology Dept.

Occupational Segregation Among Women (Fall 1977)
Solomon W. Polachek, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

Socio-Economic Aspects of the Timing of Fertility in the U.S. (Fall 1977)
Ronald R. Rindfuss, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Men and Family Planning in Jamaica (Fall 1977)
Tony Whitehead, UNC Health Education Dept.

A New Explanation of the Relationship Between Birth Weight and Infant Mortality (Fall 1977)
Allen J. Wilcox, CPC Predoc, UNC Epidemiology Dept.

Family Structure and Fertility in Pakistan (Fall 1978)
Jahangir Khan, University of Karachi
Donald Thomas, Predoc

Changes in the Relative Residential Isolation of the Urban Elderly (Fall 1978)
Stephen S. Birdsall, CPC Fellow, UNC Geography Dept.

Legal Stumbling Blocks to Family Planning (Fall 1978)
Daniel C. Jones, CPC Deputy Director of Administration

An Ecological Analysis of Recent Nonmetropolitan Migration (Fall 1978)
Craig St. John, CPC Predoc, UNC Sociology Dept.

A Study of the Structure of Health Values: Implications for Analyzing Policy Processes (Fall 1978)
Susan A. Stout, CPC Predoc, UNC Health Policy and Administration Dept.

Female Employment and Fertility: Results of a Panel Study (Fall 1978)
J. Richard Udry, CPC Director, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept., UNC Sociology Dept.

Internal Migration in Contemporary Japan: Trends and Implications (Fall 1978)
James W. White, CPC Fellow, UNC Political Science Dept.

Knowledge, Attitudes and utilization Behavior: An Evaluation of a Prenatal Education Program (Spring 1978)
JoAnne Earp, UNC Health Education Dept.
Mike McCandless, Predoc

Body Notions, Perceived Vulnerability and Illness Behavior (Spring 1978)
Judy Flaxman, UNC Psychology Dept.
Steven Polgar, CPC Fellow

Economics and Family Organization in the Black Community: Socio-economic Correlates of Urban Black Family Structure and Composition (Spring 1978)
Walter Allen, UNC Sociology Dept.

Population Growth Equals Environmental Deterioration? The Philippine Experience (Spring 1978)
William Cummings, Predoc, UNC Ecology Dept.

Automated Population Mapping (Spring 1978)
John W. Florin, CPC Fellow, UNC Geography Dept.

Household Demographic Structure and Household Saving in Columbia (Spring 1978)
Alan Jones, Predoc, UNC Economics Dept.

How Female Education Reduces Fertility (Spring 1978)
John D. Kasarda, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Women, Work, and Child Welfare (Spring 1978)
Barry M. Popkin, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.

Sociological Analysis of the Effects of Population Disincentives on Preventing Higher Parity Births in Singapore (Spring 1978)
Janet Salaff, University of Toronto

Fertility Reduction Policy in the Third World (Spring 1978)
Boone A. Turchi, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

Demographic Change and Problems of the Elderly (Spring 1978)
Peter R. Uhlenberg, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Observations on Population Development in China (Fall 1979)
Richard E. Bilsborrow, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

New Directions in Population Research (Fall 1979)
Sidney Newman, Center for Population Research; National Institutes of Child Health and Human Development

Fertility Among the Working And Non-Working Women (Fall 1979)
T. Paul Schultz, Yale University

Demography of Sterilization (Fall 1979)
Charles Westoff, Office of Population Research, Princeton University

Menstruation and Reproduction History (Spring 1979)
Alan Treloar, Adjunct Prof. Emeritus, UNC Obstetrics and Gynecology Dept.
Gary S. Berger, CPC Fellow

A Controlled Evaluation of Regional Prenatal Care in North Carolina (Spring 1979)
Earl Siegel, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.
Dennis Gillings, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Use Effectiveness of Natural Methods of Family Planning: Ovulation vs. Symptom-Thermal Methods (Spring 1979)
James R. Abernathy, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Comparative Study of Family Planning in Iran (Spring 1979)
Khalil Asayesh, Visiting Scholar

Status of Women at the End of Their Reproductive Period in Newfoundland (Spring 1979)
Dona L. Davis, CPC Predoc, UNC Anthropology Dept.

(Spring 1979)
Maxine Kumekpor, University of Ghana

(Spring 1979)
Robert Magnani, Brown University

(Spring 1979)
Abdel R. Omran, CPC Fellow, UNC Epidemiology Dept.

Sex Preselection: How Will It Affect Family Planning? (Spring 1979)
Joseph L. Rodgers, CPC Predoc, UNC Psychology Dept.

Sequential Fertility Behavior (Spring 1979)
Kirsten K. West, CPC Predoc, UNC Sociology Dept.

Population Manpower in the Social Sciences (Spring 1979)
Greg Williamson, CPC Postdoc

The Use of Community Variables in Migration Analysis (Fall 1980)
Richard E. Bilsborrow, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Male Cooperation in Contraception (Fall 1980)
Samuel Coleman, CPC Postdoc

Determinants of Land-holding in Early Colonial North Carolina (Fall 1980)
Robert E. Gallman, UNC Economics Dept.

Rivers, Rice and Vital Rates: Interrelations of Ecology, Economy, and Demography in Bangladesh (Fall 1980)
Raymond L. Langsten, CPC Postdoc

Research into Public Opinion towards the Population Issue in the Netherlands and into Theories Underlying Population Policy Aimed at Influencing Fertility (Fall 1980)
Frans Leeuw, Leiden University, Holland

An Economic-Demographic Approach to International Interactions (Fall 1980)
Solomon W. Polachek, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

New Methods for Estimating Adult Mortality, with Applications to India and China (Fall 1980)
Samuel Preston, Population Studies Cente, University of Pennsylvania

Contraceptive Research: Present Status and Future Prospects (Fall 1980)
Sheldon Segal, Population Division, Rockefeller Foundation

Sources of Information for Population Researchers (Fall 1980)
Patricia Shipman, CPC Head Librarian

Infant Mortality and Its Effects on Fertility: The Experience of Sri Lanka (Fall 1980)
Chirayath M. Suchindran, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Menstrual Cycle Research: Fifty Years with 5000 Women (Fall 1980)
Alan Treloar, Adjunct Prof. Emeritus, UNC Obstetrics and Gynecology Dept.

Estimation of the Pure Rate of Time Preference: Its Use in Fertility Analysis (Fall 1980)
Boone A. Turchi, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

Do Couples Make Fertility Decisions One at a Time? (Fall 1980)
J. Richard Udry, CPC Director, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept., UNC Sociology Dept.

Patterns and Determinants of Breast-Feeding in Jordan (Fall 1981)
Barry M. Popkin, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.
John S. Akin, CPC Fellow
David K. Guilkey, CPC Fellow

The Persistence of Extended Family Residence in Japan: Anachronism or Alternative Strategy? (Fall 1981)
Samuel Coleman, CPC Postdoc
S. Philip Morgan, CPC Postdoc

Vaginal Contraception: Current Status and Problems (Fall 1981)
Gary S. Berger, CPC Fellow, UNC Obstetrics and Gynecology Dept.

Notes of an Economist on the Exploration of a Migration Dataset (Fall 1981)
Thomas M. McDevitt, CPC Postdoc

Epidemiologic Context of Population Change in Africa and the Middle East (Fall 1981)
Abdel R. Omran, CPC Fellow, UNC Epidemiology Dept.

Assessing the Impact of Population on the Macro Economy: Results from Computer Simulation Experiments (Fall 1981)
Gunter Steinmann, University of Paderborn, West Germany

Recent Fertility Trends of Guam Natives (Fall 1981)
Shuiliang Tung, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Estimate of the Costs of Rearing Children in the U.S. (Fall 1981)
Boone A. Turchi, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

Income and Earning Structure in the Informal Sector: Potential for Reducing Poverty in Ghana (Fall 1981)
Kwaku A. Twum Baah, CPC Postdoc

What Causes Adolescent Sexual Behavior (Fall 1981)
J. Richard Udry, CPC Director, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept., UNC Sociology Dept.

Women, Work, and Demographic Change in Iran: A Consideration of Network Methodology (Spring 1981)
Janet Bauer, CPC Postdoc

Sterilization and the Menstrual Cycle; Results from the Menstruation and the Reproduction History Research Program (Spring 1981)
Gary S. Berger, CPC Fellow, UNC Obstetrics and Gynecology Dept.

Age Differential Estimates Among Elderly Intraurban Migrants (Spring 1981)
Stephen S. Birdsall, CPC Fellow, UNC Geography Dept.

Problems in the Analysis of Fertility Change (Spring 1981)
Jack Caldwell, Australian National University

Urban Migration and the Labor Force in Two Developing Countries (Spring 1981)
Amos H. Hawley, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Reversibility of Female Sterilization and Its Implications (Spring 1981)
Jaroslav F. Hulka, CPC Fellow, UNC Obstetrics and Gynecology Dept., UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.

Population Dispersion and Suburban Sprawl: Do Costs Really Outweigh Benefits? (Spring 1981)
John D. Kasarda, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Population and Development: A Perspective for the '80s (Spring 1981)
A. Majeed Khan, UNFPA

Cardiovascular Mortality in Savannah (Spring 1981)
Melinda S. Meade, CPC Fellow, UNC Geography Dept.

The Hidden Uncertainty in Fertility Intentions: Assessing the Potential for an Upturn in U.S. Fertility (Spring 1981)
S. Philip Morgan, CPC Postdoc

A Family Configuration Model of Mental Development: Is it Soup Yet? (Spring 1981)
Joseph L. Rodgers, CPC Predoc, UNC Psychology Dept.

Providing MCH-FP Services to a Large Rural Population: The Bohol Project in the Philippines (Spring 1981)
Nancy Williamson, Population Council

Rural-Urban Migration and Fertility: Some Theoretical and Methodological Considerations (Spring 1981)
Oleh Wolowyna, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Integrated Approaches to Population, Health, and Nutrition ( 1981)
Ozzie Simmons, Ford Foundation

Recent Trends in Contraceptive Technology and Delivery Systems (Fall 1982)
Pouru Bhiwndiwala, Family Health International

Methodological Issues in Population Development Research (Fall 1982)
Richard E. Bilsborrow, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

The Soviet Union: Population Trends and Dilemmas (Fall 1982)
Murray Feshbach, Georgetown University

Contraceptive Use Among College-Age Women (Fall 1982)
Mary Jane Gray, UNC Student Health Service

Demand for Health Care Services in Low-Income Countries (Fall 1982)
Charles C. Griffin, CPC Predoc, UNC Economics Dept.

Indonesian Migration Survey (Fall 1982)
James Ray Kirkland, CPC Postdoc

Findings from WEP Migration Research in Low Income Countries (Fall 1982)
Amarjit Oberai, International Labour Office, Geneva, Switzerland

Caldwell's Theory of Fertility Applied to Rural Zambia (Fall 1982)
Anthony Oberschall, UNC Sociology Dept.

Evaluation of a Family Planning Communication Strategy (Fall 1982)
Amy Tsui, University of Chicago

Cohort Trends in Delayed Childbearing (Spring 1982)
Ronald R. Rindfuss, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.
S. Philip Morgan, CPC Postdoc

The Use of Proportional Hazards in Population Research (Spring 1982)
N. Krishnan Namboodiri, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.
Chirayath M. Suchindran, CPC Fellow

Methodological Problems in Studying Household Composition and Women's Autonomy (Spring 1982)
Janet Bauer, CPC Postdoc

Adolescent Perspectives on the Health Care System: A Determinant of Fertility (Spring 1982)
Betty E. Cogswell, CPC Fellow, UNC Family Medicine Dept.

Slave Age and Sex Patterns in the Antebellum South (Spring 1982)
John W. Florin, CPC Fellow, UNC Geography Dept.

The Epidemic of Teenage Pregnancy (Spring 1982)
Jaroslav F. Hulka, CPC Fellow, UNC Obstetrics and Gynecology Dept., UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.

The Demographic Future of American Cities (Spring 1982)
John D. Kasarda, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Delayed Childbearing Among Malaysian Chinese: A Deviation within the Chinese Fertility Pattern (Spring 1982)
Roger J. Nemeth, CPC Predoc, UNC Sociology Dept.

Parents, Teenagers, and Sex: Does Inconsistency Matter? (Spring 1982)
Susan F. Newcomer, CPC Predoc, UNC Sociology Dept.

AID Objectives, Priorities, and Strategies in health and Population (Spring 1982)
William Paupe, USAID

Discrimination: Fact or Fiction? An Examination Using an Alternative Approach (Spring 1982)
Solomon W. Polachek, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

Traditional Methods of Fertility Control and Modern Family Planning Programs (Spring 1982)
Malcolm Potts, International Fertility Research Program

The Future of American Fertility (Spring 1982)
Norman Ryder, Princeton University

The Effects of Informants' Characteristics on Age Measurement in Bolivia (Spring 1982)
Oleh Wolowyna, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept

The Geography of Season of Birth (Spring 1983)
Melinda S. Meade, CPC Fellow, UNC Geography Dept.
John Florin, CPC Fellow

Discussion of Julian Simon's, The Ultimate Resource (Spring 1983)
Raymond L. Langsten, CPC Postdoc
Thomas M. McDevitt, CPC Postdoc

Discussion of Gary Becker's 'A Treatise on the Family' (Spring 1983)
Solomon W. Polachek, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.
N. Krishnan Namboodiri, CPC Fellow

Discussion of Richard Easterlin's Birth and Fortune (Spring 1983)
Ronald R. Rindfuss, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.
Boone A. Turchi, CPC Fellow

An Economic Model of Fertility in Developing Countries: The Case of Indonesia (Spring 1983)
Aris Ananta, Duke University

Changes in Fathering Among American Men: 1960-1980 (Spring 1983)
David Eggebeen, CPC Predoc, UNC Sociology Dept.

Analyzing Marital History Surveys (Spring 1983)
Thomas Espenshade, The Urban Institute

Regression Diagnostics for Population Researchers (Spring 1983)
David K. Guilkey, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

U.S. Immigration Policy (Spring 1983)
Charles Keely, Center for Population Studies, Population Council

The Politics of China's One-Child Policy (Spring 1983)
Jonathan Mirsky, London Observer

Migration and Rural Development in Kenya: Past Lessons and Probable Research Agenda (Spring 1983)
John Oucho, CPC Postdoc

Fertility Delay and Childlessness in the U.S. and Japan (Spring 1983)
Allan M. Parnell, CPC Predoc, UNC Sociology Dept.

The Interface of Biological, Social and Population Research (Spring 1983)
J. Richard Udry, CPC Director, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept., UNC Sociology Dept.

American Foreign Policy and Rapid Population Growth (Spring 1985)
Peter Donaldson, Family Health International

Datasets for the Study of Refugee Populations in the U.S. (Spring 1985)
Linda Gordon, Office of Refugee Resettlement, Washington, D.C.

Attitudes about Menarche in a Group of early Female Adolescents in Hawaii (Spring 1985)
Beverly Havens, UNC School of Nursing

The American Health Care System and the Aged Population (Spring 1985)
Vira Kevet, UNC Greensboro Home Economics Dept.

Nutritional Status in the Hapsburg Monarchy, Part II: The 19th and 20th Century (Spring 1985)
John Komlos, CPC Postdoc

Patterns and Determinants of Infant Mortality Rates in Developed Countries 1950-75 (Spring 1985)
Fred Pampel, UNC Chapel Hill

Aging of the Population and Pension Expenditures (Spring 1985)
Fred Pampel, Visiting Assoc. Professor, UNC Sociology Dept.

Southeast Asian Refugee Fertility and Pregnancy Outcomes (Spring 1985)
Ingrid Swenson, UNC School of Nursing

Aging and the Societal Significance of Cohorts (Fall 1986)
Peter Uhlenberg, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Economic Effects of Population Growth in Low Income Countries: How Important Are They? (Fall 1986)
Thomas Merrick, Population Reference Bureau
Allen Kelley, Duke University
Richard E. Bilsborrow, CPC Fellow

Family History in Quebec, 19th--20th Century (Fall 1986)
Gerard Bouchard, Interuniversity Center for Population Research, Quebec, Canada

Estimating the Age Distribution of Demographic Events from Two Censuses (Fall 1986)
Paul Stupp, CPC Research Associate

Do Migrants Need Migrants? The Impact of Social Networks on the Social Mobility of Migrants in the U.S. The Mexican Experience (Fall 1986)
Brendan Mullan, CPC Postdoc

The Distribution of Coitus during the Menstrual Cycle Revisited (Fall 1986)
Cynthia Hedricks, CPC Postdoc
Linda Piccinino, CPC Predoc
J. Richard Udry, CPC Director

Creation of Customized Digitized Maps and Their Use in Population Research (Fall 1986)
John Cook, CPC Predoc, UNC City and Regional Planning Dept.
John Cromartie, CPC Predoc

The Rise in Traditional Contraceptive Use in Sri Lanka, 1975-82 (Fall 1986)
Amy Tsui, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.
Joan Kahn, CPC Postdoc

Adolescent Mothers in Later Life: Consequences for Children and Mothers (Fall 1986)
Frank Furstenburg, University of Pennsylvania

Population and Politics, 1986 (Fall 1986)
Werner Fornos, The Population Institute

Health Consequences of Migration (Fall 1986)
Alvan Zarate, Office of International Statistics, National Center for Health Statistics, Hyattsville, Maryland

Racial Differences in Contraceptive Use (Fall 1986)
Elizabeth Hervey Stephen, CPC Postdoc

The Regional and Urban Redistribution of People and Jobs in the United States (Fall 1986)
John D. Kasarda, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

A Demographic Perspective on Aging in Japan (Fall 1986)
Shigemi Kono, Institute of Population Problems, Japanese Ministry of Health and Welfare

Racial Differences in Premarital Sexual Activity, Contraception, and Births among Teenagers (Fall 1986)
Lisa Cope, University of Michigan Graduate Student

An Open Discussion on Population Policy and Research in Egypt (Fall 1986)
Dr. Awad Mokhtar Hallouda, Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS), Cairo, Egypt

Contextual Effects on Fertility Behaviors: An Informal Discussion (Spring 1986)
Albert Hermalin, University of Michigan
John Casterline, Brown University
Barbara Entwisle, CPC Fellow

Elements of Fuzzy Set Theory: Applications to Population Studies (Spring 1986)
Marc Artzrouni, CPC Postdoc

Medical Ethics and Agendas in Technologically-Assisted Reproduction (Spring 1986)
Eileen Basker, Visiting Assistant Professor, UNC Department of Anthropology

The Meaning of Entropy in Demography (Spring 1986)
Lloyd Demetrius, Max Planck Institute, Gottigen, West Germany

Living in High Population Density in Chinese Cities (Spring 1986)
John Gulick, CPC Fellow, UNC Anthropology Dept.

Historical Dimensions of the Life Course and Family: U.S. and Japanese Comparisons (Spring 1986)
Tamara K. Hareven, Professor of History, Clark University

Behavioral Manipulation of the Sex Ratio (Spring 1986)
Cynthia A. Hedricks, CPC Postdoc

Aging: Some Demographic Issues in Third World Societies (Spring 1986)
Graeme Hugo, Flinders University, South Australia

Fertility of Guestworker Populations in West Germany (Spring 1986)
Thomas Kane, Family Health International

Recent Research on the History of Human Height (Spring 1986)
John Komlos, CPC Postdoc

An Individual-Specific Multivariate Approach to Estimating Age-Specific Fertility Rates (Spring 1986)
John William (Jack) Molyneaux, CPC Predoc, UNC Epidemiology Dept.

Using Sample Surveys to Evaluate Family Planning and Maternal/Child Health Programs in Latin America (Spring 1986)
Leo, Jr. Morris, Centers for Disease Control

Population and Technology (Spring 1986)
Gunter Steinmann, CPC Visiting Scholar, University of Paderborn, West Germany

Marital Timing: Race and Sex Comparisons (Spring 1986)
Jay D. Teachman, Old Dominion University

The Time Costs of Children (Spring 1986)
Boone A. Turchi, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

Medical Ethics and Agendas in Technologically-Assisted Reproduction (Spring 1986)
Eileen Basker, Visiting Assistant Professor, UNC Anthropology Dept.

Recent Research on the History of Human Height (Spring 1986)
John Komlos, CPC Postdoc

Fertility of Guestworker Populations in West Germany (Spring 1986)
Thomas Kane, Family Health International

Living in High Population Density in Chinese Cities (Spring 1986)
John Gulick, CPC Fellow, UNC Anthropology Dept.

Biological Foundations of Sex Roles (Spring 1986)
Roger A. Gorski, UCLA Medical School

An Individual-Specific Multivariate Approach to Estimating Age-Specific Fertility Rates (Spring 1986)
Jack Molyneaux, CPC Predoc, UNC Economics Dept.

Aging: Some Demographic Issues in Third World Societies (Spring 1986)
Graeme Hugo, Flinders University, South Australia

The Meaning of Entropy in Demography (Spring 1986)
Lloyd Demetrius, Max Planck Institute, Gottigen, West Germany

The Time Costs of Children (Spring 1986)
Boone Turchi, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

Elements of Fuzzy Set Theory: Applications to Population Studies (Spring 1986)
Marc Artzrouni, CPC Postdoc

Population and Technology (Spring 1986)
Gunter Steinmann, CPC Visiting Scholar, University of Paderborn, West Germany

Behavioral Manipulation of the Sex Ratio (Spring 1986)
Cynthia Hedricks, CPC Postdoc

Contextual Effects on Fertility Behaviors: An Informal Discussion (Spring 1986)
Albert Hermalin, University of Michigan
John Casterline, Brown University
Barbara Entwisle, CPC Fellow

Marital Timing: Race and Sex Comparisons (Spring 1986)
Jay D. Teachman, Old Dominion University

Using Sample Surveys to Evaluate Family Planning and Maternal/Child Health Programs in Latin America (Spring 1986)
Leo, Jr. Morris, Centers for Disease Control

Historical Dimensions of the Life Course and Family: U.S. and Japanese Comparisons (Spring 1986)
Tamara K. Hareven, Clark University

Researching Family Changes in China (Fall 1987)
Martin K. Whyte, Center for Research on Social Organizations, University of Michigan

Children of the NLS (Fall 1987)
Robert T. Michael, Director, National Opinion Research Center

The Rapid and Options Projects: Research Growing Out of Technical Assistance (Fall 1987)
Richard Bilsborrow, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept.
Moye Freymann, CPC Fellow
Amy Tsui, CPC Deputy Director
Paul Stupp, CPC Research Associate

New Directions in Life Course Studies (Fall 1987)
Glen Elder, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.
Ronald Rindfuss, CPC Fellow
Rachel Rosenfeld, CPC Fellow

A Cultural Model for Reproductive Choice: Implications for Future Fertility in the United States (Fall 1987)
Catherine Leone, CPC Postdoc

FHI Programs in Health and Population (Fall 1987)
William Schellstede, Family Health International

On the Reconstruction of the HIV Epidemic (Fall 1987)
Marc Artzrouni, Clemson University

Population and Health Research at the World Bank (Fall 1987)
John Akin, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

China's Phenomenal Fertility Decline: Causes and Consequences (Fall 1987)
Ronald Freedman, University of Michigan

A Review of Three Recent Books on Population Decline (Fall 1987)
Peter Uhlenberg, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.
Peter Hess, CPC Postdoc
Steve Appold, CPC Predoc

Cambridge Group on the History of Population and Social Structure (Fall 1987)
Richard Wall, Cambridge University

African Marriage Patterns and Fertility (Fall 1987)
Anne Pebley, Princeton University

Analysis of National Natality Survey Data for Reproductive Epidemiology (Fall 1987)
David Savitz, CPC Fellow, UNC Epidemiology Dept.

Cohort Fertility Measures Adjusted for Truncation Biases (Fall 1987)
Mohamed Abul Ata, CPC Predoc, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Sources of Employment Shifts in the United States, 1974-1984 (Spring 1987)
Michael Irwin, CPC Predoc, UNC Sociology Dept.

An Expected Journey: The Case for a Turnaround in Theories of Black Migration (Spring 1987)
Carol Stack, Duke University Anthropology Dept., and UNC-CH Visiting Scholar, Institute for Research in the Social Sciences

The Cebu Project: Determinants of Birth Weight, Maturity and Body Proportions in Filipino Infants (Spring 1987)
Linda Adair, CPC Postdoc

Determinants of the Fertility Transition in Less Developed Countries (Spring 1987)
Peter Hess, CPC Postdoc

Marriage and Motherhood in the U.S.: 1946-1975 (Spring 1987)
Allan Parnell, CPC Predoc, UNC Sociology Dept.

Effects of Number of Siblings, Birth Order and Other Family Configuration Variables on Reported Incidences of Parental Power among Iranian Adolescents (Spring 1987)
Abbas Tashakkori, CPC Postdoc

Urbanization and Nutrition in the Third World (Spring 1987)
Barry M. Popkin, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.

Intergenerational Mobility and Opportunity Structures (Spring 1987)
Annemette Sorensen, Harvard University

How Much Does Marriage Matter, Anyhow? (Spring 1987)
Ronald R. Rindfuss, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.
Allan Parnell, CPC Predoc

The Effects of Population Density and Mobility on Rural Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: Summary of Evidence and Research Needs (Spring 1987)
Richard E. Bilsborrow, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept.
Paul Stupp, CPC Research Associate

Population Policy and Research at the National Academy of Sciences (Spring 1987)
Peter Donaldson, National Academy of Sciences Committee on Population

Sideline Views of World Population: Problems, Policies, Programs (Spring 1987)
Reimert T. Ravenholt, Former Director, Office of Population, U.S. Agency for International Development, Washington, DC

Birth Interval Analysis (Spring 1987)
Arvind Pandey, CPC Postdoc

informal discussion including measurement of women's status and role concept (Spring 1987)
Pichit Pitaktepsombati, Population Studies Institute, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok

Use of the National Longitudinal Study-Youth and Their Children Data Set (Spring 1987)
Frank Mott, Center for Human Resource Research, Ohio State University

Ethics in Population Research (Fall 1990)
J. Richard Udry, CPC Director, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept., UNC Sociology Dept.
John S. Akin, CPC Fellow

Reproduction and Maternal Nutrition (Fall 1990)
Linda S. Adair, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.

The 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act and Undocumented Migration to the United States (Fall 1990)
Frank Bean, University of Texas at Austin

The Determinants of Family Size Preferences and Child-Spacing Practices in West Africa: A Multilevel Analysis (Fall 1990)
Kofi Benefo, CPC Postdoc

The Role of One Economic Demographer in the World Bank (Fall 1990)
Susan Cochrane, The World Bank

The Micro Effects of Macro Adjustments in Color (Fall 1990)
Patrice Korjenek, CPC Postdoc

Measuring Population and Health Program Effects: New Approaches (Fall 1990)
Samuel Ogunlade, National Population Commission, Lagos, Nigeria

Sociological and Psychological Models of the Onset of Adolescent Sexuality (Fall 1990)
Joseph L. Rodgers, Duke University

Gender Inequality in the Labor Market: A Cross-National Analysis (Fall 1990)
Rachel A. Rosenfeld, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Exploration of Opportunities to Promote Condom Use in Brothels to Prevent the Spread of AIDS (Fall 1990)
Yothin Sawangdee, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand

Age at Last Birth and its Components Among U.S. Birth Cohorts (Fall 1990)
Chirayath M. Suchindran, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Predicting Women's Wages Using Data from Cebu, the Philippines (Fall 1990)
Jill Tiefenthaler, Doctoral Candidate, Duke University Economics Dept.

Determinants of Postpartum Coital Behavior (Fall 1990)
J. Richard Udry , CPC Director, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept., UNC Sociology Dept.

Family Change and Child Care Arrangements in Taiwan (Fall 1990)
Chin-Chun Yi, Sun Yat-Sen Institute for Social Sciences and Philosophy, Academica Sinica, Nakang, Taipei, Taiwan

Migration and Ecological Destruction in the Ecuadorian Amazon (Spring 1990)
Richard E. Bilsborrow, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept.
Francisco Pichon, CPC Predoc

Work, School, or What? Activities in the Young Adult Years (Spring 1990)
Elizabeth C. Cooksey, CPC Postdoc

Illegal Immigration to the United States (Spring 1990)
Thomas Espenshade, Princeton University

Effects of Modernization on the Demography of the Elderly in Nepal (Spring 1990)
Steven J. Folmar, CPC Postdoc

Growing Up in Poverty: The Influence of 'Bad' Attitudes, 'Bad' Neighborhoods, and 'Bad' Opportunities (Spring 1990)
E. Michael Foster, CPC Predoc, UNC Economics Dept.

Mortality Patterns Among Mexican-Americans: A Fifty-Year Study (Spring 1990)
Parker Frisbie, University of Texas

Religion and Demography: How Are They Related? (Spring 1990)
Calvin Goldscheider, Brown University

The Future of the Decennial Census (Spring 1990)
Bruce Johnson, U.S. Bureau of Census

Using Birth histories to Estimate the Proximate Determinants of Fertility with an Application to France from 1740-1830 (Spring 1990)
Thomas A. Mroz, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

What's Going to Happen to American Fertility? (Spring 1990)
Norman Ryder, Princeton University

Managerial and Sociocultural Issues in the Implementation of the Family Planning Program in India (Spring 1990)
Nirmal Sawhney, Population Centre, Lucknow, India

Life Table Analysis (Spring 1990)
Chirayath M. Suchindran, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Hazards Models (Spring 1990)
Chirayath M. Suchindran, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Selecting a Spouse: Gender Differences in Indonesia (Spring 1990)
Anju Malhotra Taj, CPC Postdoc

Not Tonight Dear: Pregnancy Avoidance in Sri Lanka (Spring 1990)
Amy Tsui, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.

The Integration of Economics, Sociology, and Psychology in the Study of Fertility (Spring 1990)
Boone A. Turchi, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

Ethics in Population Research II (Fall 1991)
J. Richard Udry, CPC Director, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept., UNC Sociology Dept.
John S. Akin, CPC Fellow

Audio Computer-Assisted Self-Interviewing: A New Technology for Data Collection on Sensitive Issues and Special Populations (Fall 1991)
Judith Lessler, Center for Research in Statistics, Research Triangle Institute

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James O'Reilly, Center for Research in Statistics

Paul Ehrlich's Ethics in The Population Bomb and The Population Explosion: Was He Right? (Fall 1991)
James E. Allen, CPC Fellow, UNC Health Administration Dept.

Does Early Childhood Stress Affect Age at Menarche? (Fall 1991)
Benjamin Campbell, CPC Postdoc

A Multivariate Proportional Hazards Model for Correlated Risks, with an Application to Child Survival in Guatemala (Fall 1991)
Guang Guo, CPC Postdoc

In the Field: The Nuts and Bolts of Qualitative Research (Fall 1991)
Anuradha Kumar, CPC Predoc, UNC Anthropology Dept.

Herds, Households, and Hormones: Reproductive Ecology in Turkana, Kenya (Fall 1991)
Paul W. Leslie, CPC Fellow, UNC Anthropology Dept.

Population Policies and Programs: A 25 year Retrospective (Fall 1991)
W. Parker Mauldin, The Population Council and the Rockefeller Foundation

Breast Feeding and Birth Spacing in India (Fall 1991)
Kaushalendra Kumar Singh, CPC Postdoc

Population and Some Determinants of Fertility in Vietnam (Fall 1991)
Nguyen Minh Thang, Vietnam National Committee for Population and Family Planning

Maternal Risk Factors for Miscarriage (Fall 1991)
Allen Wilcox, NIEHS

Intergenerational Transfers: Estimating Multiple and Joint Decision Models (Fall 1991)
Douglas Wolf, The Urban Institute

Caring and Sharing: Child Care in the Chinese Home (Spring 1991)
Barbara Entwisle, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.
Mark Hereward, CPC Postdoc

Institutional Review Board Procedures for Research Involving Human Subjects (Spring 1991)
Linda S. Adair, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.

Demographic Changes Associated with Recent Changes in Political Democracy and Market Economy in Hungary (Spring 1991)
Rudolf Andorka, Department of Sociology, University of Economic Sciences, Budapest

Effects of Sex Composition on Fertility Preference and Behavior in Rural Bangladesh (Spring 1991)
Radheshyam Bairagi, International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh

Poverty in Developing Countries and its Assessment by Means of Surveys (Spring 1991)
Richard E. Bilsborrow, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Fertility in Rural Philippine Farm Households (Spring 1991)
Jaikishan Desai, Davidson College

Families, Farms and the Rural Crisis: The Iowa Study (Spring 1991)
Glen H. Elder, Jr., CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Population and Health Policy and Research Developments in Nigeria (Spring 1991)
Theophilus Fadayomi, Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research, Ibadan, Nigeria

Developments in Maternal Morbidity and Mortality Research (Spring 1991)
Judith Fortney, Family Health International

Low Birth Weight and Infant Mortality Among Young North Carolina Mothers (Spring 1991)
Janet Griffith, Center for Policy Studies, Research Triangle Institute

The Effects of Access on Contraceptive Use and Fertility in Tunisia (Spring 1991)
David K. Guilkey, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

The Course of Father-Child Relations After Divorce: Do Fathers Matter? (Spring 1991)
Kathleen Mullan Harris, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Child Care Among the Working Poor (Spring 1991)
Sandra L. Hofferth, The Urban Institute

Use of Survey Data to Estimate Type, Duration, and Effectiveness of Contraceptive Use (Spring 1991)
Eric Jensen, The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA

A Pessimistic Interpretation of Recent Trends in Racial Segregation (Spring 1991)
Douglas Massey, University of Chicago

International Cooperation and Financing of Health and Population Programs (Spring 1991)
Charles Pannenborg, The World Bank

Are Clinical Trial Ethics Universal? (Spring 1991)
Malcolm Potts, Family Health International

The Recent Fertility Decline in Africa: Demographic Transition (Spring 1991)
Steven Sinding, World Bank

Biological Anthropology: What's Biological Anthropology Got to Do with Demography? (Fall 1992)
Benjamin Campbell, CPC Postdoc

Structural Equation Estimation with Discrete Dependent Variables (Fall 1992)
David K. Guilkey, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

Informed Consent for Research in Developing Countries (Fall 1992)
Gail E. Henderson, UNC Social Medicine Dept.

What is the Population Risk of Spontaneous Abortion? (Fall 1992)
Irva Hertz-Picciotto, CPC Fellow, UNC Epidemiology Dept.

Network Sampling as an Approach to Sampling Pregnant Women (Fall 1992)
William D. Kalsbeek, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Excess Sudden Infant Death Syndrome in Blacks: Possibilities for Prevention (Fall 1992)
Jack K. Leiss, CPC Postdoc

The Distribution of Spells of Female Headship (Fall 1992)
Robert Moffit, Brown University

Health Examination Surveys: What Can they Contribute to Assessing the nation's Health? (Fall 1992)
Robert Murphy, National Center for Health Statistics

Ethnic Differences in the Use of Long-Term Health Care (Fall 1992)
Elizabeth Mutran, UNC Health Education Dept.

Fathers' Exposures and Child Health (Fall 1992)
Andrew F. Olshan, CPC Fellow, UNC Epidemiology Dept.

Being Dependent and Having Dependents: Old Age on Java (Fall 1992)
Laura Rudkin, CPC Postdoc

Modern Economic Growth and Fertility: Is Aggregate Evidence Credible (Fall 1992)
T. Paul Schultz, Yale University

Demographic Change and Intergenerational Relationships (Fall 1992)
Peter R. Uhlenberg, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Old and In the Way: Age and Agricultural Development (Fall 1992)
Cynthia K. Woodsong, CPC Postdoc

Meeting America's Job Training Needs: Lessons from the German Dual Vocational Education System (Spring 1992)
James Witte, CPC Postdoc
Arne L. Kalleberg, CPC Fellow

Ethics in Population Research III - Data Sharing and Replication in Social Science Research (Spring 1992)
David M. Blau, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

Marital Dissolution in the US and Married Women's Economic Independence (Spring 1992)
Aimee R. Dechter, CPC Postdoc

Reproductive Ecology and Human Birth Seasonality in the Ituri Forests of Zaire (Spring 1992)
Peter Ellison, Harvard University

Revisionism Revisited: An Essay on the Population Debate in Historical Perspective (Spring 1992)
Allen Kelley, Duke University

The Social Construction of Teenage Pregnancy (Spring 1992)
Kristin Luker, University of California at Berkeley

The Health Transition: Implications for health Policy in Developing Countries (Spring 1992)
W. Henry Mosley, Johns Hopkins University

Population and Development in Vietnam (Spring 1992)
Vu Qui Nhan, Vietnam National Committee for Population and Family Planning

So What's Happening in Russia: Current Poverty and Poverty Monitoring (Spring 1992)
Barry M. Popkin, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.

The Polygyny Hypothesis Revisited: The Situation in Ghana (Spring 1992)
Francis Sichona, CPC Postdoc

Immigration to Germany and Some Economic Impacts (Spring 1992)
Ralf Urich, University of Paderborn, Germany

Temporary Migration from Urban Households in China (Spring 1992)
Xiushi Yang, CPC Postdoc

When the Funding Agency is Perceived as Wanting Particular Research Results (Fall 1993)
David K. Guilkey, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.
David A. Savitz, CPC Fellow
Amy Tsui, CPC Fellow

Yes, But is it Population? (Fall 1993)
J. Richard Udry, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept., UNC Sociology Dept.
Boone A. Turchi, CPC Fellow
Ronald R. Rindfuss, CPC Fellow
Kenneth Land, Duke University

True Experiments in Family Planning Program Evaluation (Fall 1993)
Karl E. Bauman, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept., UNC Health Behavior and Health Education Dept.

Labor Force Dynamics of Older Married Couples (Fall 1993)
David M. Blau, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

Sustainability of Correlation in Deaths for Twins Under Age Five: A Population Based Study in Matlab, Bangladesh (Fall 1993)
Mridul K. Chowdhury, CPC Postdoc

Sibling Cooperation? Young Adult Migration as a Household Strategy in Nang Rong, Thailand (Fall 1993)
Sara R. Curran, CPC Predoc, UNC Sociology Dept.

Child Care Quality: Hedonic Prices, Demand, and the Effects of Government Subsidies (Fall 1993)
Alison P. Hagy, CPC Postdoc

Nonresidential Father Involvement and Child Well-Being: Can Dads Make a Difference? (Fall 1993)
Valarie E. King, CPC Postdoc

Retirement Migration in the United States (Fall 1993)
Charles Longino, Wake Forest University

Agricultural Settlement, Land Use and Deforestation in Ecuador's Amazon Frontier: A Micro-Level Analysis of Colonists' Land Allocation Behavior (Fall 1993)
Francisco Pichon, CPC Predoc, UNC City and Regional Planning Dept.

Some Unique Features of Indian Demography (Fall 1993)
Krishnamurthy Srinivasan, International Institute for Population Sciences, Bombay

Religious Participation and the Family Life Cycle: Family Values, Cohabitation, Marriage, Disruption, and Parenthood (Fall 1993)
Linda Waite, University of Chicago

Applications of Geographic Information Systems to Population Research Questions (Spring 1993)
John W. Florin, CPC Fellow, UNC Geography Dept.
Melinda S. Meade, CPC Fellow
Stephen J. Walsh, CPC Fellow

A Theory of Population Structure (Spring 1993)
David M. Blau, UNC Robert Broughton Distinguished Research Professor

An Overview of Structural Equation Models (Spring 1993)
Kenneth A. Bollen, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Social Change and Occupation Location for Successive Cohorts of American Workers (Spring 1993)
Tom DiPrete, Duke University

Under What Circumstances is Plagiarism Really Plagiarism? (Spring 1993)
Barbara Entwisle, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Changes and Challenges: As Washington Changes, What are the Challenges for Population Research? (Spring 1993)
Anne Harrison-Clark, Population Association of America and Association of Population Centers

Aging in Asia: Challenges and Opportunities in Comparative Research (Spring 1993)
Albert Hermalin, University of Michigan

The Effects of Regulations and Subsidies on the Demand for Child Care (Spring 1993)
V. Joseph Hotz, University of Chicago

Who Works While on Welfare? Why Would Anyone Work While on Welfare? (Spring 1993)
Sherrie Kossoudji, University of Michigan

Implementing Family Planning Evaluation Efforts: The Case of Nigeria (Spring 1993)
Linda Lacey, CPC Fellow, UNC City and Regional Planning Dept.

Some New Developments in Statistical Methodology (Spring 1993)
Chirayath M. Suchindran, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Population Change in the Wake of Agricultural Improvement: A District-Level Analysis of India, 1961-1981 (Spring 1993)
Stephen A. Vosti, International Food Policy Research Institute

Sixteenth Century Amerindian Depopulation: A Simulation Experiment (Spring 1993)
Thomas M. Whitmore, CPC Fellow, UNC Geography Dept.

From Russia with Much Hard Work: Monitoring Social Change, Poverty and Health with the Russia Longitudinal Monitoring Survey (Spring 1993)
Namvar Zohoori, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.

A report on the UN (Cairo) Conference on Population and Development by a panel of area participants in the conference (Fall 1994)
Forrest Greenslade, International Projects Assistance Services
Lynda Cole, Family Health International
Jo Ann Lewis, Family Health International
Nancy Williamson, Family Health International

Biosocial Models of Adolescent Sexuality: Findings from the ADSEX Studies (Fall 1994)
J. Richard Udry, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept., UNC Sociology Dept.
Carolyn Tucker Halpern, CPC Fellow

Integrating Reproductive Health and Family Planning Needs: The Case of Gynecological Problems and IUD Use in Vietnam (Fall 1994)
Pamina Gorbach, National Council for Population and Family Planning, Vietnam
Dao Khanh, National Council for Population and Family Planning

Attachment to Place and Migration Prospects: A Report from the Iowa Study (Fall 1994)
Glen H. Elder, Jr. , CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.
Valarie E. King, CPC Postdoc

You and the IRB: What Do You Need To Know? (Fall 1994)
Linda S. Adair, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.

Population Policy Options in the Developing World (Fall 1994)
John Bongaarts, Population Council

The Multidimensional Character of Women's Work Roles in China (Fall 1994)
Barbara Entwisle, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

The Russia Longitudinal Monitoring Study (Fall 1994)
Namvar Zohoori, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.

Was Dan Quayle Right? (Spring 1994)
Gloria Harbin, UNC Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute
Kathleen Mullan Harris, CPC Fellow
Boone A. Turchi, CPC Fellow
Jim Knowles, The Futures Group

The Relationship between Prenatal Care Use and Subsequent Family Planning Use in Bolivia, Botswana, Egypt, and Thailand (Spring 1994)
Assata Zerai, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Amy Tsui, CPC Fellow

Women, Work and Children: Behavioral and Ideational Changes in the United States (Spring 1994)
Karin Brewster, CPC Postdoc

Self Employment as a Labor Market Phenomenon: The Case of Japanese Male Workers (Spring 1994)
Mariah M. Cheng, CPC Postdoc

The Dynamics of Education and Fertility: Evidence from a Family Planning Experiment (Spring 1994)
Andrew Foster, University of Pennsylvania

Human Subject Issues: Examples from Data Gathering Projects (Spring 1994)
Janet Griffith, Research Triangle Institute

Post-1980 Black Population Redistribution Trends (Spring 1994)
James H. Johnson, Jr., CPC Fellow, UNC Geography Dept.

The Longitudinal Follow-Up of the 1988 National Maternal and Infant Health Survey (Spring 1994)
Milton Kotelchuck, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.

Adult Sexual Behavior: Findings from a National Survey (Spring 1994)
Robert T. Michael, University of Chicago

Residential Proximity to Relatives in Adulthood and Later Life (Spring 1994)
Sonia Miner, CPC Postdoc

Population Forecasting: Do Simple Models Outperform Complex Models? (Spring 1994)
Andrei Rogers, University of Colorado

Cross-National Multilevel Research on Women's Part-time Work (Spring 1994)
Rachel A. Rosenfeld, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

New Methods of Measuring Fertility Control (Spring 1994)
Chirayath M. Suchindran, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Matching Training and Jobs: Determinants and Consequences of Fit in the German Labor Market (Spring 1994)
James Witte, Clemson University

Spatial Analysis and Population Research: An Introduction to the CPC Spatial Analysis Unit (Fall 1995)
Stephen J. Walsh, CPC Fellow, UNC Geography Dept.
Philip Page, CPC Spatial Analyst

Epidemiologic Study of Risk Factors for Preterm Delivery: Work in Progress (Fall 1995)
David A. Savitz, CPC Fellow, UNC Epidemiology Dept.
Jude Williams, CPC Research Associate
Rachel Royce, UNC Epidemiology Dept.
Anna Maria Siega-Riz, CPC Fellow

Contraception, Unintended Pregnancies and STDs: Why Isn't a Simple Solution Possible? (Fall 1995)
Ward Cates, Family Health International

Ethical Concerns or How to Hide out in Pornographic Bookstores (Fall 1995)
Elfreda Chatman, UNC School of Information and Library Science

Women's Employment and Family Responsibilities: Sensitivity to the Measurement of Child Care (Fall 1995)
Deborah S. DeGraff, Bowdoin College

America in Decline: Evidence from the 1990 Census about Social and Economic Change (Fall 1995)
Reynolds Farley, University of Michigan

Modeling the Discontinuation of a Contraceptive Method: An Indirect Approach (Fall 1995)
Grant Izmirilian, CPC Postdoc

Steering the Course to Infant Well-Being in Kenya: Matatu has Many Routes to Its Destination (Fall 1995)
Mabel Nyrango, CPC Predoc. UNC Sociology Dept.

A Shortage of Marriageable Men? The Role of Cohabitation in Black-White Differences in Marriage (Fall 1995)
R. Kelly Raley, CPC Postdoc

Family Planning Facilities in Rural Tanzania: His and Her Perceptions of Time and Distance (Fall 1995)
Ilene S. Speizer, CPC Postdoc

Ethical Problems from Deductive Disclosure Risks in Public Use Data (Fall 1995)
J. Richard Udry, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept., UNC Sociology Dept.

Social Norms and Labor Force Participation of Mothers with Young Children: Integrating Social Norms in a Rational Choice Approach (Fall 1995)
Liset Van Dijk, University of Utrecht; University of Michigan

Effects of Childbearing on Filipino Women's Labor Force Participation, Income, and Quality of Life (Fall 1996)
Linda S. Adair, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.
Judith Borja, CPC Predoc

Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Relevant to AIDS in Nigeria (Fall 1996)
Linda Lacey, CPC Fellow, UNC City and Regional Planning Dept.
Joseph E. DeGraft-Johnson, CPC Research Associate

Incorporating Assistance into Definitions of Disability (Fall 1996)
Emily Agree, Johns Hopkins University

Ethnicity, Race, and Earnings (Fall 1996)
William A. Darity, Jr., CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

Does Childhood Poverty Affect the Life Chances of Children? (Fall 1996)
Greg Duncan, Northwestern University

Ethnicity, Birth Weight, and Infant Mortality (Fall 1996)
Timothy Gage, University of Albany, State University of New York

Contingent Work in the U.S. Labor Force (Fall 1996)
Arne L. Kalleberg, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Navrongo Health and Family Planning Project - Phase I Findings (Fall 1996)
James Phillips, Population Council

Emerging Trends in the Nutrition Transition: Stunting and Obesity (Fall 1996)
Barry M. Popkin, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.

Caring for Children in China: Views from the Field (Fall 1996)
Susan E. Short, CPC Predoc, UNC Sociology Dept.

Data Collecting Adventures in Ghana: An Account of a Mellon Research Residency (Fall 1996)
Irit Sinai, CPC Predoc, UNC City and Regional Planning Dept.

The National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health: An Introduction (Fall 1996)
J. Richard Udry, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept., UNC Sociology Dept.

Maternal Cigarette Smoking as a Risk Factor for Placental Abruption, Placenta Previa, and Vaginal Bleeding in Pregnancy (Spring 1996)
Cande Ananth, CPC Predoc, UNC Epidemiology Dept.

The Construction of Population Control as a Global Concern (Spring 1996)
Deborah Barrett, CPC Postdoc

An Overview of AMOS Structural Equation Package (Spring 1996)
Kenneth A. Bollen, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Adolescent Outcomes in High-Risk Neighborhoods: How Ethnographic Studies Can Inform Demographic Research (Spring 1996)
Linda Burton, Pennsylvania State University

Village Views of the Roles of Maya Indigenous Knowledge in Mexican Rural Development (Spring 1996)
Betty Faust, Anthropologist, Merida, Mexico

The Accuracy of Self-Reports of Sexual Behavior in Survey Research: Psychological Perspectives (Spring 1996)
James Jaccard, Albany University

Child Support in America: Is it Working? Will it Help? (Spring 1996)
Sara McLanahan, Princeton University

Breast Feeding and Contraception as Substitute Family Planning Strategies (Spring 1996)
Jeffrey Rous, CPC Predoc, UNC Economics Dept.

Some Results from a Family Planning Field Experiment in Rural China (Spring 1996)
Herbert Smith , University of Pennsylvania

Determinants of Attended Births in Uttar Pradesh: Implications for the Cairo ICPD Agenda (Spring 1996)
Amy Tsui, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.

Demographic Change and Grandparenthood in Twentieth Century U.S. (Spring 1996)
Peter R. Uhlenberg, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Scoundrels and Scholars: Issues for Scientific Misconduct (Fall 1997)
Edward F. Brooks, UNC Associate Provost for Health Affairs

The Biosocial Transmission of Religious Attitudes (Fall 1997)
Karen Carver, CPC Postdoc

The 1995 National Survey of Family Growth (Fall 1997)
Anjani Chandra, National Center for Health Statistics

Structural Equations Estimation Methods with Multilevel Errors (Fall 1997)
David K. Guilkey, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

Lives of Abandoned Children in 19th Century Italy (Fall 1997)
David I. Kertzer, Brown University

The Effect of Men's Employment of Men's Gender Role Attitudes and Marriage Timing (Fall 1997)
Heather L. Koball, CPC Postdoc

The Population-Environment Fellows Program: Activities and Opportunities (Fall 1997)
Michelle McCarthy, Population Environment Fellows Program, University of Michigan

Population at the World Bank: Implementing the ICPD Program of Action (Fall 1997)
Tom Merrick, The World Bank

Maternal Nutritional Status and Birth Outcomes: Preliminary Results from the PIN Study (Fall 1997)
Anna Maria Siega-Riz, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.

Linking Health Facilities and Client Population Surveys: Weighting Issues (Fall 1997)
Kaushalendra Kumar Singh, Visiting Scholar

Women's Family Formation and Educational Progression in the Early Life Course (Fall 1997)
Dawn Upchurch, UCLA

Male Support for Female Reproductive Health: Preliminary Findings for Five Uttar Pradesh Districts (Spring 1997)
Joseph E. De-Graft Johnson, CPC Research Associate
Amy Tsui, CPC Fellow
Ingrid Bou-Saada, Predoc

Estimating the Returns to Education: Do Selective Migration and Endogenous Schooling Matter? Evidence from Peru (Spring 1997)
Gustavo Angeles, CPC Predoc, UNC Economics Dept.

Infant Feeding Patterns and Child Spacing Patterns in Lowland Bolivia (Spring 1997)
Deborah E. Bender, CPC Fellow, UNC Health Policy ad Administration Dept.

The Effect of Child Care on Children: Does Quality Make a Difference (Spring 1997)
David M. Blau, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

Investigating the Sub-Saharan AIDS Epidemic (Spring 1997)
John C. Caldwell, Australian National University

Intergenerational Relations within Families: A Perspective on Grandchild-Grandparent Ties (Spring 1997)
Christopher Chan, CPC Postdoc

A Cross National Study of Alcohol-Related Mortality (Spring 1997)
Monica Gaughan, CPC Predoc, UNC Sociology Dept.

Do More Children Mean Less Intelligent Children? (Spring 1997)
Guang Guo, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Q: What's Black and White and Gray All Over? A: Ethical Research Decisions (Spring 1997)
Robert P. Lowman, UNC Associate Vice Provost for Research, Director of Research Services

Minority Group, Immigrant Status, and Underemployment in the United States (Spring 1997)
Anna Victoria Banzon Madamba, CPC Postdoc

Effects of Changes in Abortion Funding in North Carolina (Spring 1997)
Allan M. Parnell, Duke University

Birth Planning and Sterilization in China (Spring 1997)
Susan E. Short, CPC Predoc, UNC Sociology Dept.

The Effect of Health on Labor Force Transitions of Older Men (Spring 1997)
Charles Slusher, CPC Predoc, UNC Economics Dept.

The Allocation of Time Resources in Multi-Generation Families (Spring 1997)
Charles Slusher, CPC Predoc, UNC Economics Dept.

Population and Environment in the Amazon: Integrating Satellite, Census, and Survey Data (Spring 1997)
Charles Wood, University of Florida

Confidentiality and Data Access Policies at NCHS (Spring 1997)
Alvan O. Zarate, National Center for Health Statistics

The Decline of Primary Infertility in Sub-Saharan Africa: Medical Victor? (Fall 1998)
J. Ties Boerma, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.

An Overview of Structural Equations Methods (Fall 1998)
Kenneth A. Bollen, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

The Conduct of Science Internationally: Is What's Ethical There Ethical Here? (Fall 1998)
Edward F. Brooks, UNC Associate Provost for Health Affairs

Passing on the Blackness: Latinos, Race and Economic Outcomes in the USA (Fall 1998)
William A. Darity, Jr., CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

What on Earth is a One-Number Census (Fall 1998)
Ian Diamond, University of Southampton

Isolation or Insulation? Networks, Neighborhoods and Labor Market Outcomes among the Less Educated (Fall 1998)
James R. Elliot, Jr., CPC Postdoc

The Transition from Work to Retirement in Russia During Economic Transition (Fall 1998)
Mark C. Foley, CPC Postdoc

Equality of Access to Medical Services in Uganda (Fall 1998)
Paul L. Hutchinson, CPC Predoc, UNC Economics Dept.

Covariate Structure in Social Demography: A Discussion with Examples from 3-Variable Systems (Fall 1998)
Jay S. Kaufman, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte

Leaving the Farm and Men's Changing Roles: Perspectives on Emerging Family Patterns (Fall 1998)
Heather L. Koball, CPC Postdoc

Do Women's Power/Autonomy Differences Between Moslems and Non-Moslems Explain their Higher Fertility? Evidence from India, Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines (Fall 1998)
S. Philip Morgan, Duke University

Household Income, Labor and Land Use in Ecuador's Amazon (Fall 1998)
Laura L. Murphy, CPC Predoc, UNC City and Regional Planning Dept.

Effects of Commercialization on Dutch Day-Care Supply (Fall 1998)
Rudi Turksema, University of Utrecht

A Risk-Sensitive Approach to Fertility Decisions, Population Growth, and other Demographic Mysteries (Spring 1998)
Paul W. Leslie, CPC Fellow, UNC Anthropology Dept.
Bruce Winterhalder, UNC Anthropology Dept.

A Consequence of National Population Policies: The Financial Response of the International Donor Communities (Spring 1998)
Deborah Barrett, CPC Postdoc

The Structure of Adolescent Sexual Networks (Spring 1998)
Peter S. Bearman, UNC Sociology Dept.

Birth outcomes of North African Immigrants In Europe (Spring 1998)
Pierre Buekens, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.

Gender, Family Migration, and Career Trajectories in Malaysia (Spring 1998)
Arpita Chattopadhyay, CPC Postdoc

Migration and Future of Integrated Conservation and Development Projects: WWF Experience in the Field (Spring 1998)
Mark Freudenberger, World Wildlife Fund

Faculty and Copyright in the Digital Age (Spring 1998)
Laura Gasaway, UNC Law Library and Professor of Law

Romantic Relationships and Psychological Well-being in Adolescence (Spring 1998)
Kara Joyner, CPC Postdoc

Effects of Life Course Transitions on the Quality of Adult Child-Parent Relationships (Spring 1998)
Gayle H. Kaufman, CPC Postdoc

A Study of an Elderly Population in India (Spring 1998)
S. Irudaya Rajan, Center for Development Studies, Trivandrum, Kerala, India

Closing in on the Environment: A Behavioral Genetic Perspective (Spring 1998)
David Rowe, University of Arizona

Housing Choices of Migrants and Non-Migrants: A Shelter or a Business Decision? (Spring 1998)
Irit Sinai, CPC Predoc, UNC City and Regional Planning Dept.

A Protocol Test Model for Screening AIDS/HIV+ Cases: A Case Study of Botswana (Spring 1998)
C. Thomas Tharakan, University of Botswana

Population Aging and Policy Tradeoffs in China (Spring 1998)
Zeng Yi, Peking University and Max Planck Institute

Let Us Eat and Drink for Tomorrow We Shall Grow Old (Spring 1998)
Namvar Zohoori, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.

Evaluation of STD Diagnostic Strategies ( 1998)
Saidi H. Kapiga, Muhimbili College of Health Sciences, Tanzania and Harvard School of Public Health

Marked Racial Differences in the Use of Psychotropic Medications in an Elderly Community Cohort - A Ten Year Review (Fall 1999)
Celia Hybels, Duke University Postdoc
Dan Blazer, Duke University Medical Center

The U.S. Versus Asia: The Politics of HIV Testing and the Meaning of True Privacy (Fall 1999)
Apurva Uniyal, HIV Epidemiology Program, Los Angeles
Emily Chen, UCLA

Highlights of the Nang Rong, Thailand Project; Trainee Perspectives (Fall 1999)
Jenny Godley, CPC Predoc, UNC Sociology Dept.
Thomas W. Crawford, CPC Predoc
Leah VanWey, CPC Predoc

Highlights of the Nang Rong, Thailand Project (Fall 1999)
Barbara Entwisle, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.
Ronald R. Rindfuss, CPC Fellow
Richard E. Bilsborrow, CPC Fellow
Stephen J. Walsh, CPC Fellow

What's the Matter with Gender Stratification? Effects on Women's Health in North India (Fall 1999)
Shelah S. Bloom, CPC Postdoc

Change in Job Values During the Transition to Adulthood (Fall 1999)
Monica K. Johnson, CPC Postdoc

Environmental and Demographic Dimensions of Deforestation and Land Use in the Brazilian Amazon (Fall 1999)
Emilio F. Moran, Indiana University

It's not what you know but whom you know…?: Why social networks don't seem to matter in the labor market (Fall 1999)
Ted Mouw, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Seasonality, Weather Shocks and the Timing of Births and Child Mortality in Senegal (Fall 1999)
Mark Pitt, Brown University

MEASURE-ing Up: Its Evaluation Research Component (Fall 1999)
Amy Tsui, CPC Director/Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.

ADD Health Grows Up (Fall 1999)
J. Richard Udry, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept., UNC Sociology Dept.

Evaluating Program Impacts: An Alternative Approach with Application (Fall 1999)
Wilbert van der Klaauw, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

Behavioral and Acceptability Research for Topical Microbicides (Spring 1999)
Margaret E. Bentley, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.

ICPD +5: Developing A New Population Policy Research Agenda (Spring 1999)
Ellen M. Brennan, Population Division, United Nations

Ethics in International Research Revisited (Spring 1999)
Edward F. Brooks, UNC Associate Provost for Health Affairs

Mortality Effects of Health Insurance in Costa Rica (Spring 1999)
William H. Dow, CPC Fellow, UNC Health Policy ad Administration Dept.

Implications of Individual Differences in Pubertal Fat Accumulation for Dieting, Dating, and Sexual Activity Among Black and White Females (Spring 1999)
Carolyn J. Halpern, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.

Congress: Civics, Civility and Population Research (Spring 1999)
Anne Harrison-Clark, Population Association of America

Population and Pensions: The Future of Social Security (Spring 1999)
Ronald D. Lee, University of California at Berkeley

Nutrition and Child Development: Qualitative Fieldwork in the Philippines (Spring 1999)
Michelle Mendez, CPC Predoc, UNC Epidemiology Dept.

Integration of Remote Sensing Data and Census Data in an Urban Area (Spring 1999)
Rhonda M. Ryznar, CPC Fellow, UNC City and Regional Planning Dept.

Women's Sense of Self and Family Planning Experiences (Spring 1999)
Lawrence J. Severy, University of Florida

Less is More - or at least Enough: Fecundity at Low Levels of Progesterone and Implications for Hormonal Contraception (Spring 1999)
Virginia Vitzhum, University of California-Riverside and USAID

The NLSY97 (Spring 1999)
Kenneth I. Wolpin, University of Pennsylvania

Biomarkers in Population Research Workshop (Fall 2000)
J. Ties Boerma, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.
Myron Cohen, UNC Medicine
Steve Zeisel, UNC Nutrition Dept.
Bruce Lessey, UNC Obstetrics and Gynecology Dept.

Whither Demography: Occasion for Angst or Repose? (Fall 2000)
Amy Tsui, CPC Director/Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.
S. Philip Morgan, Duke University Medical Center
Ted Mouw, CPC Fellow

Scientific Rigor and Ethics: the Investigator's Dilemma (Fall 2000)
Margaret E. Bentley, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.
Sharon S. Weir, Measure Evaluation Project
David Borasky, Family Health International

Education and Fertility Transition (Fall 2000)
Bill Axinn, University of Michigan

Acceptability of a Novel Vaginal Microbicide for TD/HIV Prevention in Malawi, Zimbabwe, India and Thailand (Fall 2000)
Margaret E. Bentley, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.

The Effects of Regulations on the Child Care Market (Fall 2000)
David M. Blau, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

Interconnected Transitions: Population and Land Use in Nang Rong, Thailand (Fall 2000)
Barbara Entwisle, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Estimation Methods for Multilevel and Longitudinal Data (Fall 2000)
David K. Guilkey, CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

How Might Theories of International Migration Contribute to Studies of Rural-to-Rural Migration? Exploration of a Mexican Case (Fall 2000)
Nora Haenn, Arizona State University

Informational Seminar on Triangle Census Research Data Center (Fall 2000)
Alison P. Hagy, Triangle Census Research Data Center

Women's Job Mobility and Retirement Patterns: A Cohort Comparison (Fall 2000)
Angela O'Rand, Duke University

The Quality of Population Data and the 2000 Census of China (Fall 2000)
Xiaochun Qiao, Institute of Population Research, The People's University, China

The Changing Institutional Context of Low Fertility (Spring 2000)
Ronald R. Rindfuss, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.
Karen Benjamin, CPC Predoc
S. Philip Morgan, Duke University

Challenging the Conventional Wisdom: Results from Post abortion Family Planning Operations Research (Spring 2000)
Janie Benson, Ipas
Debbie Billings, Ipas

Impacts of the Post-Soviet Transition on the Life Careers of Young Adults (Spring 2000)
Mikk Titma, Stanford University
Nancy Tuma, Stanford University

CPC-Related Ethical Questions in Research (Spring 2000)
Linda S. Adair, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.

Latent Trajectory Models (Spring 2000)
Kenneth A. Bollen, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Old Definitions and New Realities: The Diversification of Family Life in Modern Societies (Spring 2000)
Larry Bumpass, University of Wisconsin

Aggression and Disadvantaged Neighborhoods: A Behavioral Genetic Examinations of the Effects of Structural Disadvantage (Spring 2000)
Hobart Harrington "Bo" Cleveland, CPC Postdoc

Recasting Disparity in India (Spring 2000)
Ashwini Deshpande, CPC Postdoc

The Evolutionary Biology of the Human Life Course and its Implications for Modern Fertility Behavior (Spring 2000)
Hillard Kaplan, University of New Mexico

Welfare Benefits and Female Headship in U.S. Time Series (Spring 2000)
Robert Moffitt, Johns Hopkins University

Occupational Sex Segregation in East and West Germany, 1980s and 1998: Levels, Patterns, Change (Spring 2000)
Rachel A. Rosenfeld, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

The Great Population Debates of the 20th Century: How Relevant for the 21st? (Spring 2000)
Steven Sinding, Columbia University

Analysis of Recurrent Event Data (Spring 2000)
Chirayath M. Suchindran, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Human Subjects in Research Training (Fall 2001)
Linda S. Adair, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.

Economic Status and Fertility: Does the Measure Matter? (Fall 2001)
Kenneth A. Bollen, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Birth Weight and Cognitive Development in Adolescence (Fall 2001)
Bridget K. Gorman, CPC Postdoc

Spatial Statistics Methods (Fall 2001)
Dan Griffith, Syracuse University

The Nutrition Transition in India: Combining Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches to Understand Lifestyle, Obesity Risk Factors, and Beliefs Surrounding Body Image (Fall 2001)
Paula L. Griffiths, CPC Postdoc

Effects of Nonresponse on the Mean Squared Error of Estimates from the Add Health Study (Fall 2001)
William D. Kalsbeek, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Processes Leading to Interracial Marriage (Fall 2001)
Rosalind B. King, CPC Postdoc

Health Interview Survey in Pakistan (Fall 2001)
Greg Pappas, ORC Macro International

Historical Demography of Japan (Fall 2001)
Noriko Tsuya, Nihon University, Japan

Contested Land Dynamics in the Southern Yucataan Peninsular Region: An Illustration of 'Integrated Land Science' with Implications for Population Studies (Fall 2001)
Billie Lee Turner, Clark University

Contraceptive Use and Abortion Trends in Kazakhstan (Fall 2001)
Charles Westoff, Princeton University

Perspectives on Socio-economic Status and Health (Spring 2001)
Colin Bell, CPC Postdoc

Cross National Comparisons of Racial and Ethnic Economic Inequalities (Spring 2001)
William A. Darity, Jr., CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

Exploring Increasing Overweight and its Determinants among Hispanic and Asian Immigrants to the US: The National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (Spring 2001)
Penny Gordon-Larsen, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.

Patterns and Determinants of Lead During Pregnancy (Spring 2001)
Irva Hertz-Piccottio, CPC Fellow, UNC Epidemiology Dept.

Some Traditional Methods are More Modern Than Others: Gender, Sexual Intimacy, and Contraception in the Mexican Companionate Marriage (Spring 2001)
Jennifer Hirsch, Emory University

Sampling and Survey Methods: Design and analysis of samples and a case study on the design of NHANES (Spring 2001)
William D. Kalsbeek, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Ethics of Indirect Recruiting in Research on Sexual Networks (Spring 2001)
Lewis Margolis, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.

Intellectual Property (IP) Guidelines fro Researchers (Spring 2001)
David M. Parker, UNC University Counsel

Using Internal Decennial Census Data: Research on Gays and Lesbians in the U.S. as an Example (Spring 2001)
Seth Sanders, University of Maryland

Is China's Family Planning Program Beginning to Change? A Pilot Experiment Toward a Quality of Care Approach (Spring 2001)
Linda Tan, Population and Development Research Institute, Nankai University, China; Visiting Fulbright Scholar, Brown University

Marital Form (Polygyny) and Child Survival in Nigeria: Age-Dependent Effects (Spring 2001)
Festus Ukuwani, CPC Postdoc

Biodemographic Research on the Elderly in Taiwan (Spring 2001)
Maxine Weinstein, Georgetown University

Research Frontiers I the Economics, Health and Demography of Aging (Spring 2001)
Robert Willis, University of Michigan

Modeling the Effects of Health On Education and Work Outcomes (Fall 2002)
Linda S. Adair, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.
Thomas A. Mroz, CPC Fellow

The Global Network for Women's and Children's Health Research (Fall 2002)
Pierre Buekens, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.

Connecting Individuals and Communities: An Exploration of Replicated Social Networks (Fall 2002)
Barbara Entwisle, CPC Director/Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

How Does Racism Affect Women's Health? An Epidemiologic Theory (Fall 2002)
Carolyn J. Hogue, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University

Explaining Race and Ethnic Disparities in Birth Outcomes (Fall 2002)
Jon M. Hussey, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.

Feeling Safe in School: Individual and School Differences (Fall 2002)
Sabrina Oesterle, CPC Postdoc

Intellectual Property and Copyright Issues in the Academic Environment (Fall 2002)
David Parker, UNC, Office of Technology Development

Turning Influential Data Points into Ethnographic Informants: Elaborating Links Between Population Dynamics and Environmental Consumption (Fall 2002)
Lisa D. Pearce, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Evaluating Family Planning Services in Pakistan (Fall 2002)
Robert Stephenson, CPC Postdoc

Income and Health Dynamics in Vietnam: Poverty Reductions and Increased Health Inequality (Fall 2002)
Nguyen Thang, CPC Postdoc

Intergenerational Ambivalence in the Relationship Between Adult Children and their Aging Parents (Fall 2002)
Andrea E. Willson, CPC Postdoc

Community-Level Socioeconomic Influences on Preterm Birth (Spring 2002)
David A. Savitz, CPC Fellow, UNC Epidemiology Dept.
Jay S. Kaufman, CPC Fellow
Barbara Laraia, UNC Nutrition Dept.

Gender and Employment in Vietnam: A multilevel Analysis of Regional Differences (Spring 2002)
Soumya Alva, CPC Postdoc

Ethics…Smethics! Just Study it Overseas (Spring 2002)
Ned Brooks, UNC Health Policy and Administration

Welfare, Poverty, and Marriage (Spring 2002)
Andrew Cherlin, Johns Hopkins University

Measuring Adult Mortality in Developing Countries (Spring 2002)
Ken Hill, Johns Hopkins University

Expected Bequests and their Distribution (Spring 2002)
Michael Hurd, RAND Center for the Study of Aging

An Analysis of Job Quality and Welfare Recidivism (Spring 2002)
Tallese Johnson, CPC Postdoc

Marriage as Public Policy: Welfare Reform and Union Formation Among Single Mothers (Spring 2002)
Daniel Lichter, Ohio State University

Longevity and Elderly Health Care Expenditures (Spring 2002)
Edward Norton, UNC Health Policy and Analysis Dept.

School Subsidies for the Poor: Evaluating the Progresa Poverty Program in Mexico (Spring 2002)
T. Paul Shultz, Yale University

Contextual Influences on Reproductive Wellness in Uttar Pradesh, India (Spring 2002)
Robert Stephenson, CPC Postdoc

Education in Later Life in the 1990s: Advances and Continuing Disparities (Spring 2002)
Peter R. Uhlenberg, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

The Types, Characteristics, and Influences of Adolescent Friendship Network (Spring 2002)
Chyi-in Wu, Institute of Sociology, Academica Sinica

Returns to Birthweight (Fall 2003)
Jere Behrman, University of Pennsylvania
David P. Kennedy, CPC Postdoc

Understanding Ethical Issues in Asking Sensitive Questions in Survey Research: The Add Health Experience (Fall 2003)
Francesca Florey, CPC Add Health Project Manager

Transmission of STIs/HIV: Between Individual and Network Level Analyses (Fall 2003)
Pamina Gorbach, UCLA

Impact of Land Use Policies on Long-term Changes in Serengeti Mara Wildlife: Analyzing Coupled Human Environment Systems (Fall 2003)
Eric Lambin, University of Louvain, Belgium

The National Children's Study: History, Progress, and Current Issues (Fall 2003)
Pauline Mendola, US EPA/NHEERL, Human Studies Division

Add Health Grows Up: Following Adolescents into Adulthood (Fall 2003)
Kathleen Mullan Mullan Harris, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

The Ethics of Constructing SES Indicators (Fall 2003)
Michael Oakes, University of Minnesota

Gender Structures Among Recent Latina Immigrant Women: The Case of Durham, North Carolina (Fall 2003)
Emilio Parrado, Duke University

Cumulative Advantage and Trajectories of Self-Rated Health (Fall 2003)
Kim M. Shuey, CPC Postdoc

Viability of a Church-based Sampling Strategy for Latina Immigrant Women in North Carolina (Fall 2003)
Melanie Wasserman, CPC Predoc, UNC Health Policy and Administration Dept.

Asian Americans: A Demographic Portrait (Fall 2003)
Yu Xie, University of Michigan

Double Jeopardy and Related Hypotheses: Racial Differences in Cause-Specific versus Overall Mortality (Spring 2003)
Scott Lynch, Princeton University
J. Scott Brown, CPC Postdoc

Influence of Food Resource Availability on Diet Quality Index for Pregnancy (DQI-P) (Spring 2003)
Anna Maria Siega-Riz, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.
Barbara Laraia, UNC Nutrition Dept.

Using the Web to Survey and Inform Urban Adolescents about Health: Preliminary Findings from TeenWeb (Spring 2003)
Carolyn Tucker Halpern, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.
Ellen Mitchell, Ipas

The Effect of Women's Autonomy on AIDS-related Knowledge and Behavior in Three Indian States: Kerala, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh, 1998-99 (Spring 2003)
Shelah S. Bloom, CPC Fellow, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.

Childhood Origins of the Race Gap in Adult Mortality (Spring 2003)
Mark Hayward, Pennsylvania State University

The Determinants of Occupational Status in Northern Vietnam During an Era of Market Reform (Spring 2003)
Kim Korinek, CPC Postdoc

Southern Sharecroppers and Farm Laborers on the Eve of World War II (Spring 2003)
Louis M. Kyriakoudes, CPC Postdoc

Rational Choice? Abortion Policy and the Economics of Fertility (Spring 2003)
Phillip B. Levine, Wellesley College

Academic Performance and Status Among Peers in U.S. High Schools (Spring 2003)
Scott L. Stoner-Eby, CPC Postdoc

Synthesis of Scientific Disciplines in Pursuit of Health (Spring 2003)
Linda Waite, University of Chicago

Sex, Drugs, and GPS: Using the PLACE Method to Focus AIDS Prevention (Spring 2003)
Sharon S. Weir, CPC Fellow, UNC Epidemiology Dept.

Urbanization and Environmental Quality in Coastal Ghana (Spring 2003)
Michael White, Brown University

Please Sign Here: How Spatial Data Transforms Our Responsibilities in Using Survey and Census Data (Fall 2004)
Deborah Balk, CIESIN, Columbia University

Population and the Environment: Explorations in the Ecuadorian Amazon (Fall 2004)
Richard E. Bilsborrow, CPC Fellow, UNC Biostatistics Dept.

Shifting Boundaries, Transforming Lives: Globalization, Gender and Family Dynamics in Thailand (Fall 2004)
Sara R. Curran, Princeton University

Is justice Contextual? A Cross-National Analysis of Women's Perceptions of Fairness of the Division of Household Labor (Fall 2004)
Shannon Davis, CPC Postdoc

Covariate Density Defined Mixtures of Logistic Regression: Applications to Birth Outcomes (Fall 2004)
Tim Gage, SUNY Albany

The Context of Obesity: Environmental and Sociodemographic Determinants (Fall 2004)
Penny Gordon-Larsen, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.

Agricultural Subsidies versus Human Capital Development for Poverty Reduction: Evidence from Two Social Programs in Mexico (Fall 2004)
Sudhanshu Handa, CPC Fellow, UNC Public Policy Dept.

The Influence of the natural Environment on Migration in Burkina Faso: A Multilevel Event-History Analysis (Fall 2004)
Sabine Henry, University of Montreal

Assessing the Potential for the Spread of HIV/AIDS in China (Fall 2004)
Giovanna Merli, University of Wisconsin

Dead-End Jobs or Stepping Stones to Upward Mobility? Evidence on the Working Poor from the Survey of Income and Program Participation (Fall 2004)
Ted Mouw, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

Dynamics of the Nutrition Transition: The Shifting Burden of Noncommunicable Diseases Toward the Poor and Rural Areas (Fall 2004)
Barry M. Popkin, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.

Clinical versus Population Approaches to the Study of Children's Health: Panel Report on the Sampling Strategy for the National Children's Study (Fall 2004)
David A. Savitz, CPC Fellow, UNC Epidemiology Dept.

Reconstructing Domestic Economy and Nutritional Adequacy in the Early Colonial Colca Valley, Peru (Fall 2004)
Steven A. Wernke, CPC Postdoc

Human Subjects Issues in Research Involving Collection and Use of Sensitive Data: Examples from Africa and Central Asia (Spring 2004)
Linda S. Adair, CPC Fellow, UNC Nutrition Dept.

Circulation and Livelihoods in Rural Argentina (Spring 2004)
Susana Adamo, CPC Postdoc

Sexual Network Components, Social Context, and HIV (Spring 2004)
Adaora A. Adimora, UNC Division of Infections Diseases

Sexual Teens, Sexual Media: N.C. Adolescents' Exposure to Sexual Media Content and Their Sexual Beliefs and Behaviors (Spring 2004)
Jane D. Brown, CPC Fellow, UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communications

Propensity Score Matching as a Nonexperimental Impact Estimator: Evidence from Mexico's Progresa (Spring 2004)
Sudhanshu Handa, CPC Fellow, UNC Public Policy Dept.

Ethical Issues in Genetics Research (Spring 2004)
Gail E. Henderson, CPC Fellow, UNC Social Medicine Dept.

Interracial Relationships and the Transition to Adulthood (Spring 2004)
Kara Joyner, Cornell University

Estimation of Direct Effects in the Presence of Unmeasured Confounding of Intermediate Variables (Spring 2004)
Jay S. Kaufman, CPC Fellow, UNC Epidemiology Dept.

Nonresident Father Involvement and Child Well-being (Spring 2004)
Valarie E. King, Pennsylvania State University

From the First to the Second Demographic Transition (Spring 2004)
Ron Lesthaeghe, Vrije Universiteit in Brussels

Sons and Daughters: Father's Involvement and Marital Stability (Spring 2004)
Michael Pollard, CPC Postdoc

Why Have We Done Such a Poor Job Predicting and Preventing Preterm Birth? Lessons from the Pregnancy, Infection, and Nutrition Study (Spring 2004)
David A. Savitz, CPC Fellow, UNC Epidemiology Dept.

Iron Deficiency and the Well-Being of Older Adults: Early Results from a Randomized Nutrition Intervention (Spring 2004)
Duncan Thomas, UCLA

Social Development, Lifecourse, and Welfare Regimes (Fall 2005)
Paul Bernard, University of Montreal

Barriers to Employment: Disabilities Among Single Mothers and Their Children (Fall 2005)
Philip N. Cohen, CPC Fellow, UNC Sociology Dept.

HIV Testing as Part of the DHS Program: Methodology, Confidentiality, and Results (Fall 2005)
Annie Cross, Macro International

Naming Races: Skin Shade, Health, and Economic Outcomes (Fall 2005)
William A. Darity, Jr., CPC Fellow, UNC Economics Dept.

The Second Demographic Transition (Fall 2005)
Mary Elizabeth Hughes, Duke University

Migration and Infant Health: Findings from the Puerto Rican Maternal and Infant Health Study (Fall 2005)
Nancy Landale, Pennsylvania State University

Opportunities and Professional Career Tracks at the U.S. Bureau of the Census (Fall 2005)
Thomas M. McDevitt, U.S. Bureau of the Census

Gerrymandering Racial Residential Segregation (Fall 2005)
Allan M. Parnell, Cedar Grove Institute for Sustainable Communities

Making People Count by Counting People (Fall 2005)
Phillip W. Setel, UNC Epidemiology Dept.

The Role of Migration in General Child Health Status and Access to Care in the United States: What's Known, What's Needed, What's New? (Fall 2005)
Andrea Weathers, UNC Maternal and Child Health Dept.

How to Go Beyond the Race Fiction in Empirical Research (Spring 2006)
Tukufu Zuberi, University of Pennsylvania

What Money Can Buy: Marriage, Material Aspirations, and Home Ownership in the United States (Spring 2006)
M.E. Hughes, Duke University

hich Benefits Really Benefit? The Impact of Workplace Policies on the Employment of New Mothers (Spring 2006)
Kathryn Henderson, CPC Postdoc

Statistical Models for Analyzing the Add Health Network Data (Spring 2006)
Martina Morris, University of Washington

Household Demography and Land Use/Land Cover in the Brazilian Amazon: Two Tests of the Household Life Cycle Model (Spring 2006)
Leah VanWey, Indiana University

Being Multiracial in America: Evidence from the 2000 Census and the American Community Survey (Spring 2006)
Matthew Snipp, Stanford University

Marital Status Differences in the Transition to Retirement (Spring 2006)
David Warner, CPC Postdoc

Consideration of the Family Context and Obesity among Girls and Adolescents (Spring 2006)
Tirzah Spencer, CPC Postdoc

Balm in Gilead: The Effects of Religious Involvement on Mental Health Among African American Adults (Spring 2006)
Christopher Elllison, University of Texas

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