International Handbook of Rural Demography

International Handbook of Rural Demography

Paperback(2012)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789400738317
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 11/28/2013
Series: International Handbooks of Population , #3
Edition description: 2012
Pages: 406
Product dimensions: 7.60(w) x 10.24(h) x (d)

About the Author

Dr. László J. Kulcsár is an Associate Professor of Sociology at the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work. His field of expertise is social demography and regional development, with a particular emphasis on migration, urbanization and spatial inequalities. He does research on population dynamics and social change in rural areas, focusing on two major trends: aging and the impact of natural resource use. Dr. Kulcsár participates in NSF funded interdisciplinary research programs that tie population projections to land use change and the transforming rural landscape in the Great Plains. He also studies the social and demographic transformation of Eastern Europe from a historical perspective, with a particular emphasis on the post-socialist period. Dr. Kulcsár teaches courses on social and spatial inequalities, population dynamics, aging, immigration and sociological methodology.
Katherine J. Curtis University of Wisconsin-Madison Assistant Professor PhD, Sociology, University of Washington. Curtis work broadly addresses the demography of inequality. Her analytical approach aims to address spatial and temporal aspects of the demographic features underlying inequality-generating processes. Her work consistently engages multiple literatures across disciplines to gain greater substantive and technical insight. Curtis work has been published in the fields top journal and featured in special publications and conferences focusing on spatial demography.

Table of Contents

1: Why does rural demography still matter? : László J. Kulcsár.- 2: Challenges in the analysis of rural populations in the United States: Steve. H. Murdock, Michael Cline, Mary Zey.- 3: Rural natural increase in the new century: America’s third demographic transition: Kenneth M. Johnson, Daniel T. Lichter.- 4: Migration and rural population change: Comparative views in more developed nations: David Brown.- 5: World Urbanization: Destiny and reconceptualization: Avery M. Guest.- 6: Rural aging in international context: E. Helen Berry.- 7: Europe’s rural demography: Anthony Champion.- 8: The demography of rural Latin America: The case of Chile: Leif Jensen, David Ader.- 9: Rural demography in Asia and the Pacific Rim: Gavin Jones, Premchand Dommaraju.- 10: Demographic change and rural-urban inequality in Sub-Saharan Africa: Theory and trends: Parfait M Eloundou-Enyegue, Sarah C. Giroux.- 11: Demographic structure and process in rural China: Dudley L. Poston, JR., Mary Ann Davis, Danielle Xiaodan Deng.- 12: Rural population trends in Mexico: demographic and labor changes: Landy Sabches, Edith Pachecco.- 13: Rural demography in India: T.V. Sekher.- 14: The aboriginal people of Canada: a rural perspective: Gustave Goldmann.- 15: Rural race and ethnicity: Rogelio Sáenz.- 16: Family matters: gender, work arrangements, and the rural myth: Leann M. Tiggs, Hae Yeon Choo.- 17: Rural families in transition: Kristin E. Smith, Marybeth J. Mattingly.- 18: Rural health disparities: P. Johnelle Sparks.- 19: Perspectives on U.S. rural labor markets in the first decade of the twenty-first century: Alexander C. Vias.- 20: Race and place: Determinants of Poverty in the Texas borderland and the lower Mississippi Delte: Joachim Singelmann, Tim Slack, Kayla Fontenot.- 21: Rural jobs: Making a living in the countryside: Gary Paul green.- 22: The spatial heterogeneity and geographic extent of population deconcentration: Measurement and policy implications: Joanna P. Ganning, Benjamin D. McCall.- 23: Integrating ecology and demography to understand the interrelationship between environmental issues and rural populations: Christopher A. Lepczyk, Marc Linderman, Roger B. Hammer.- 24: Boom or bust? Population dynamics in natural resource dependent counties: Richelle Winkler, Cheng Cheng, Shaun Golding.- 25: Neoliberal democratization and public health inequalities in Sub-Saharan Africa: A proposed conceptual and empirical design: Moshi Optat Herman.- 26: Divers ruralities in the 21st Century: from effacement to (re)invention: Keith Halfacree.

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