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The Methods and Materials of Demography

The Methods and Materials of Demography Author Henry S. Shryock
ISBN-10 9781483289106
Release 2013-10-22
Pages 577
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Like the original two-volume work, this work attempts to present a systematic and comprehensive exposition, with illustrations, of the methods used by technicians and research workers in dealing with demographic data. The book is concerned with how data on population are gathered, classified, and treated to produce tabulations and various summarizing measures that reveal the significant aspects of the composition and dynamics of populations. It sets forth the sources, limitations, underlying definitions, and bases of classification, as well as the techniques and methods that have been developed for summarizing and analyzing the data.



The methods and materials of demography

The methods and materials of demography Author Henry S. Shryock
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105019609358
Release 1980
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Demographic Methods and Concepts

Demographic Methods and Concepts Author Donald T. Rowland
ISBN-10 0198752636
Release 2003-04-17
Pages 546
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Makes accessible the most commonly needed techniques for working with population statistics. Includes concepts and practical strategies needed in the interpretation of demographic indices and data . Spreadsheet training exercises enable students to acquire the computer skills needed for demographic work.



Sources and Methods of Historical Demography

Sources and Methods of Historical Demography Author J. Dennis Willigan
ISBN-10 9781483220659
Release 2013-10-22
Pages 526
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Sources and Methods of Historical Demography covers the fundamental sources, methods, and approaches to explanatory modeling for describing, analyzing, and understanding demographic features of past societies. The book discusses the intellectual ancestry of historical demographic research, beginning in the 17th century; as well as the logic of basic techniques for reconstructing and analyzing information from fundamental source materials. The text also describes the full range of disciplines that have made major contributions to historical demography, and examples of empirical research. The book concludes by arguing the case for conducting historical demographic research with a broad, interdisciplinary ideal in mind. Historians and sociologists will find the book invaluable.



Methods of Demographic Analysis

Methods of Demographic Analysis Author Farhat Yusuf
ISBN-10 9789400767843
Release 2013-10-22
Pages 310
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This book provides an up-to-date overview of demographic analysis and methods, including recent developments in demography. Concepts and methods, from the nature of demographic information through data collection and the basics of statistical measures and on to demographic analysis itself are succinctly explained. Measures and analyses of fertility, mortality, life tables, migration and demographic events such as marriage, education and labour force are described while later chapters cover multiple decrement tables, population projections, the importance of testing and smoothing demographic data, the stable population model and demographic software. An emphasis on practical aspects and the use of real-life examples based on data from around the globe make this book accessible, whilst comprehensive references and links to data and other resources on the internet help readers to explore further. The text is concise and well written, making it ideally suited to a wider audience from students to academics and teachers. Students of demography, geography, sociology, economics, as well as professionals, academics and students of marketing, human resource management, and public health who have an interest in population issues will all find this book useful.



Demographic Methods

Demographic Methods Author Andrew Hinde
ISBN-10 9781134662487
Release 2014-05-12
Pages 320
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First published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.



Concepts Methods and Practical Applications in Applied Demography

Concepts  Methods and Practical Applications in Applied Demography Author Richard K. Thomas
ISBN-10 9783319654393
Release 2018-01-29
Pages 333
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This textbook offers a comprehensive overview of applied demography by presenting both basic concepts and methodological techniques. It allows students from the social and human sciences, demographers, consultants and anyone interested in applied demography to gain an understanding of a wide range of practical applications of demographic concepts, methods and techniques to real- world problems. Featured sidebars highlight relevant terms and concepts and case studies and exercises throughout the book offer first-hand exposure to demographic applications. Charts and graphs supplement the presentation of demographic concepts and a glossary provides an inventory of relevant terms. The first section reviews basic components of applied demography as a context for understanding and addressing societal issues. It details the methods, techniques and data sources applied by demographers in a variety of areas. Coverage includes cohort analysis, data standardization, population estimation, and the use of geographic in- formation systems (GIS). The second section focuses on the substantive areas in which demography is currently applied. The topics covered include business demography, health demography, political demography, educational demography, and applications to urban and regional planning. The book illustrates the many ways in which demographers contribute to the formulation of public policy and the resolution of societal issues.



Subnational Population Estimates

Subnational Population Estimates Author David A. Swanson
ISBN-10 9789048189540
Release 2012-05-23
Pages 414
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Providing a unified and comprehensive treatment of the theory and techniques of sub-national population estimation, this much-needed publication does more than collate disparate source material. It examines hitherto unexplored methodological links between differing types of estimation from both the demographic and sample-survey traditions and is a self-contained primer that combines academic rigor with a wealth of real-world examples that are useful models for demographers. Between censuses, which are expensive, administratively complex, and thus infrequent, demographers and government officials must estimate population using either demographic modeling techniques or statistical surveys that sample a fraction of residents. These estimates play a central role in vital decisions that range from funding allocations and rate-setting to education, health and housing provision. They also provide important data to companies undertaking market research. However, mastering small-area and sub-national population estimation is complicated by scattered, incomplete and outdated academic sources—an issue this volume tackles head-on. Rapidly increasing population mobility is making inter-census estimation ever more important to strategic planners. This book will make the theory and techniques involved more accessible to anyone with an interest in developing or using population estimates.



Mathematical Demography

Mathematical Demography Author David P. Smith
ISBN-10 9783642358586
Release 2013-07-23
Pages 335
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Mathematical demography is the centerpiece of quantitative social science. The founding works of this field from Roman times to the late Twentieth Century are collected here, in a new edition of a classic work by David R. Smith and Nathan Keyfitz. Commentaries by Smith and Keyfitz have been brought up to date and extended by Kenneth Wachter and Hervé Le Bras, giving a synoptic picture of the leading achievements in formal population studies. Like the original collection, this new edition constitutes an indispensable source for students and scientists alike, and illustrates the deep roots and continuing vitality of mathematical demography.



The Methods and Materials of Demography

The Methods and Materials of Demography Author Jacob S. Siegel
ISBN-10 1236522834
Release 2012-06
Pages 440
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1975 edition. Excerpt: ...Nations, op. cil. " Net Intercensal Migration to Large Urban Areas of the United States: 1930-40, 1940-50. 1950-60, Philadelphia. Population Studies C enter. University of Pennsylvania. Analytical and Technical Reports. No. 4. May 1964. " U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Marketing Service. Farn Population, Statistical Bulletin No. 176, "Net Migration From the Rural-Farm Population. 1940-50." June 1956; Isabel B. Anderson. Internal Migration in Canada. 1921-61. Staff Study No. 13, Ottawa. Economic Council of Canada. March 1966. pp. 67-69. Table 21-14.--Net Rural-Urban Migration Among Males 10 Years and Over, by Age, in India: 1951-61 In thousands specificity required in the answer. According to 109 national census schedules for the period 1955-65 on file in the U.N. Statistical Office, plus other information, 87 countries called for an item of this type. The distribution by continent was as follows: Total With birthplace schedules question Total 110 87 Africa 26 21 America, North 22 21 America, South 10 10 Asia 20 12 Europe 25 17 Oceania 7 6 Excluded from the second column are countries that asked only for country of birth and hence did not secure from this item any information relating to internal migration. Similar compilations for the preceding decade and for earlier years are given in two U.N. publications.87 The table for 1945-54 indicated that, of 48 countries included, 15 determined only the major territorial division of birth and 32 determined also the subdivision or locality. The statistics on this subject are not summarized in the Demographic Yearbook of the United Nations, and one must seek them out in national census reports, for the most part. Several examples will be given of the treatment of data on...



The Demography and Epidemiology of Human Health and Aging

The Demography and Epidemiology of Human Health and Aging Author Jacob S. Siegel
ISBN-10 9400713150
Release 2011-09-30
Pages 985
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With this book, Siegel, an internationally known demographer and gerontologist, has made a unique contribution to the fledgling fields of health demography, and the demography and epidemiology of aging. The book represents a felicitous union of epidemiology, gerontology, and demography, and appears to be the first and only comprehensive text on this subject now available. Drawing on a wide range of sciences in addition to demography, gerontology, and epidemiology, including medical sociology, biostatistics, public policy, bioethics, and molecular biology, the author treats theoretical and applied issues, links methods and findings, covers the material internationally, nationally, and locally, and while focusing on the elderly, treats the entire life course. The methods, materials, and pespectives of demography and epidemiology are brought to bear on such topics as the prospects for future increases in human longevity, the relative contribution of life style, environment, genetics, and chance in human longevity, the measurement of the share of healthy years in total life expectancy, the role of population growth in the rising costs of health care, and the applications of health demography in serving the health needs of local communities. The separate chapters systematically develop the topics of the sources and quality of health data; mortality, life tables, and the measurement of health status; the interrelationships of health, on the one hand, and mortality, fertility, migration, and age structure, on the other; health conditions in the less developed countries; the concepts and theories of aging and projections of the aged population; and local health applications, public health policy, and bioethical issues in health demography. Given its comprehensiveness, clarity, interdisciplinary scope, and authencity, this book appeals to a wide range of users, from students and teachers of medical sociology, the demography of aging, and public health studies to practitioners in these areas, both as a text in health demography and the demography/epidemiology of aging, and as a reference work in these fields.



Small Area Estimation

Small Area Estimation Author J. N. K. Rao
ISBN-10 9781118735725
Release 2015-08-24
Pages 480
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Praise for the First Edition "This pioneering work, in which Rao provides a comprehensive and up-to-date treatment of small area estimation, will become a classic...I believe that it has the potential to turn small area estimation...into a larger area of importance to both researchers and practitioners." —Journal of the American Statistical Association Written by two experts in the field, Small Area Estimation, Second Edition provides a comprehensive and up-to-date account of the methods and theory of small area estimation (SAE), particularly indirect estimation based on explicit small area linking models. The model-based approach to small area estimation offers several advantages including increased precision, the derivation of "optimal" estimates and associated measures of variability under an assumed model, and the validation of models from the sample data. Emphasizing real data throughout, the Second Edition maintains a self-contained account of crucial theoretical and methodological developments in the field of SAE. The new edition provides extensive accounts of new and updated research, which often involves complex theory to handle model misspecifications and other complexities. Including information on survey design issues and traditional methods employing indirect estimates based on implicit linking models, Small Area Estimation, Second Edition also features: Additional sections describing the use of R code data sets for readers to use when replicating applications Numerous examples of SAE applications throughout each chapter, including recent applications in U.S. Federal programs New topical coverage on extended design issues, synthetic estimation, further refinements and solutions to the Fay-Herriot area level model, basic unit level models, and spatial and time series models A discussion of the advantages and limitations of various SAE methods for model selection from data as well as comparisons of estimates derived from models to reliable values obtained from external sources, such as previous census or administrative data Small Area Estimation, Second Edition is an excellent reference for practicing statisticians and survey methodologists as well as practitioners interested in learning SAE methods. The Second Edition is also an ideal textbook for graduate-level courses in SAE and reliable small area statistics.



Essential Demographic Methods

Essential Demographic Methods Author Kenneth W. Wachter
ISBN-10 9780674045576
Release 2014-06-23
Pages 288
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Classroom-tested over many years and filled with fresh examples, Essential Demographic Methods is tailored to beginners, advanced students, and researchers. Award-winning teacher and eminent demographer Kenneth Wachter draws on themes from the individual lifecourse, history, and global change to bring out the wider appeal of demography.



Demography

Demography Author Samuel Preston
ISBN-10 1557864519
Release 2000-10-03
Pages 308
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This book presents and develops the basic methods and models that are used by demographers to study the behaviour of human populations. The procedures are clearly and concisely developed from first principles and extensive applications are presented.



Demography and Health Issues

Demography and Health Issues Author Christos H. Skiadas
ISBN-10 9783319760025
Release 2018-05-16
Pages 355
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This book provides new theories, applications and quantitative methods in demography, population studies and statistics. It presents and applies data analysis, statistics and stochastic modeling techniques focusing on demography, population aging, mortality and health sciences. The book describes diverse stochastic processes as well as Markov and semi-Markov models in demography and population studies, along with chapters on statistical models and methods in biostatistics and epidemiology. As such the book will be a valuable source to demographers, health scientists, statisticians, economists and sociologists.



Beyond Six Billion

Beyond Six Billion Author Committee on Population
ISBN-10 9780309069908
Release 2000-09-11
Pages 258
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Is rapid world population growth actually coming to an end? As population growth and its consequences have become front-page issues, projections of slowing growth from such institutions as the United Nations and the World Bank have been called into question. Beyond Six Billion asks what such projections really say, why they say it, whether they can be trusted, and whether they can be improved. The book includes analysis of how well past U.N. and World Bank projections have panned out, what errors have occurred, and why they have happened. Focusing on fertility as one key to accurate projections, the committee examines the transition from high, constant fertility to low fertility levels and discusses whether developing countries will eventually attain the very low levels of births now observed in the industrialized world. Other keys to accurate projections, predictions of lengthening life span and of the impact of international migration on specific countries, are also explored in detail. How good are our methods of population forecasting? How can we cope with the inevitable uncertainty? What population trends can we anticipate? Beyond Six Billion illuminates not only the forces that shape population growth but also the accuracy of the methods we use to quantify these forces and the uncertainty surrounding projections. The Committee on Population was established by the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) in 1983 to bring the knowledge and methods of the population sciences to bear on major issues of science and public policy. The committee's work includes both basic studies of fertility, health and mortality, and migration; and applied studies aimed at improving programs for the public health and welfare in the United States and in developing countries. The committee also fosters communication among researchers in different disciplines and countries and policy makers in government, international agencies, and private organizations. The work of the committee is made possible by funding from several government agencies and private foundations.



Curbing Population Growth

Curbing Population Growth Author Oscar Harkavy
ISBN-10 9781475799064
Release 1995
Pages 274
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Oscar Harkavy offers a unique insider's view of the fascinating world of population politics. Chapters trace the growth of the movement as well as the various foundations, governments, and intergovernmental organizations which were an integral part of it from its beginning in the 1950s, through its growth during the 60s and 70s, to the present. Topics include the role of social science in understanding the causes and effects of population growth; reproductive research and contraceptive development; and the politics of family planning, sex education, and abortion in the United States.