Books in category Social Science – Demography | Page 3

  • How Australia Compares

    How Australia Compares
    Rodney Tiffen, Ross Gittins

    How Australia Compares is a handy reference that compares Australia with 17 other developed democracies on a wide range of social, economic and political dimensions.

  • Analisi statistica per la conoscenza della solidariet√ organizzata Censimento nazionale per il Sostegno a Distanza 2007

    Analisi statistica per la conoscenza della solidarietà organizzata. Censimento nazionale per il Sostegno a Distanza 2007
    Stefania Ricci, Enrico Ciavolino

    1820.191

  • Tracing Mobilities

    Tracing Mobilities
    Weert Canzler, Vincent Kaufmann, Sven Kesselring

    Mobility is one of the basic principles of modernity. This book is a foray into the exciting new field of interdisciplinary mobility research informed by theoretical reflection and empirical investigation.

  • An Introduction to Population

    An Introduction to Population
    Helen Ginn Daugherty

    Discussing the scope and key concepts of the study of population, it considers the basic processes of fertility, mortality, migration, population composition, demography data and population processes, and assesses the problems within the …

  • Household Composition in Latin America

    Household Composition in Latin America
    Susan M. De Vos

    Susan M. De Vos uses comparative and life course perspectives to provide an in-depth demographic study of the household.

  • Ethnoburb

    Ethnoburb
    Wei Li

    This book will contribute significantly to both theoretical and empirical studies of immigration by presenting a more intensive and thorough take on arguments about spatial and social processes in urban and suburban America. "

  • Logics of Organization Theory

    Logics of Organization Theory
    Michael T. Hannan, László Pólos, Glenn R. Carroll

    But sociologists increasingly view categories as constructed by audiences. This book builds on cognitive psychology and anthropology to develop an audience-based theory of organizational categories.

  • An Essay on the Principle of Population

    An Essay on the Principle of Population
    T. R. Malthus

    " Today, Malthus' name is practically synonymous with active concern about demographic and ecological prospects, and his classic remains ever relevant to issues of social policy, theology, evolution, and the environment.

  • The Global Prehistory of Human Migration

    The Global Prehistory of Human Migration
    Peter Bellwood, Immanuel Ness

  • The Bioarchaeology of Children

    The Bioarchaeology of Children
    Mary E. Lewis

    This book is entirely devoted to the study of children's skeletons from archaeological and forensic contexts.

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