Family Focus on Family Demography
In this Family Focus section of NCFR Report, NCFR members examine data and trends in family-related topics such as multi-generational households, children and media use, "gray divorce," changes in family composition, and the use of longitudinal studies.
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- Studying Families: Why Demography Matters — by Daniel T. Lichter, Professor of Sociology and Director of the Cornell Population Center, Cornell University
- The Gray Divorce Revolution — by Susan L. Brown and I-Fen Lin, Department of Sociology, Bowling Green State University
- Unintended Childbearing in the United States — by Karen Benjamin Guzzo, Ph.D., Department of Sociology, Bowling Green State University
- The German Family Panel Pairfam: A New Data Resource for Family Researchers — by Bernhard Nauck, Ph.D., professor, Institute of Sociology, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany; and Daniel Fuss, Ph.D., Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany
- Cohabitation in Japan — by James M. Raymo, Ph.D. professor of sociology, director, Center for Demography and Ecology, and director, Concentration in Analysis and Research, University of Wisconsin–Madison
- New Data for the Comparative Study of Family and Household Composition — by Steven Ruggles, Ph.D., Regents Professor of History and Population Studies; Director, Minnesota Population Center, University of Minnesota
- Change in Coresidence of Grandparents and Grandchildren — by Renee Ellis, U.S. Census Bureau, Family and Fertility Statistics Branch
- Children and Media: Social Change and Its Consequences for Families — by Sandra Hofferth and Ui Jeong Moon, University of Maryland, Maryland Population Research Center
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