Demography

People specializing in this area

Faculty

David Baker

worldwide education revolution’s impact on the historical rise of postindustrial society and global development

Jonathan Daw

Broadly speaking, I’m interested in how demographic, inequality, and biological processes combine to influence health and well-being.

Francis Dodoo

African demography, race and ethnic inequality, AIDS and population health

Michelle Frisco

health and well-being of young people, obesity among youth and adolescents, health disparities, mental health, the ways that schools shape young people’s lives

Jennifer Glick

Demography, Family, Migration, Race/ Ethnicity

Steven A. Haas

social stratification, demography of health and aging

Melissa A. Hardy

Aging, labor force and older workers, retirement economics

John Iceland

Social demography, poverty, residential segregation, immigration

David R. Johnson

Marital instability, rural health, infertility

Valarie King

Inter-generational relations, family demography, life course and aging

Barrett Lee

Urban community, residential segregation, homelessness

Nancy Luke

Social demography; gender, marriage, and family; sexual, reproductive, and child health; migration and remittances; Africa and South Asia

Liying Luo

quantitative Methods, Demography, Life Course, Inequality, Health Disparities

Molly A. Martin

Family and adolescent obesity, inter-generational social class

Stephen A. Matthews

Spatial demography, population and environment, neighborhoods and families

R.S. Oropesa ("Sal")

Immigrant adaptation, minority families, infant health

Kevin J.A. Thomas

Migration, Immigration, Race, Inequality, Families, Africa

Jennifer Van Hook

International immigration, immigrant health, living arrangements

Ashton M. Verdery

Social Networks, Computational Sociology, Quantitative Methodology, Social Demography

Scott T. Yabiku

Demography, Family, Population and Environment, Migration