Emerging Techniques in Applied Demography (Hardcover)
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This is book number 4 in the Applied Demography series.
Acknowledgements.- Foreword.- INTRODUCTION: Chapter 1: Introduction: Md. Nazrul Hoque and Lloyd Potter.- SECTION 1: Chapter 2: An Evaluation of Population Forecast Errors for Florida and its Counties, 1980-2010: Stanley K. Smith and Stefan Rayer.- Chapter 3: Simplifying Local Area Population and Household Projections with POPART: Tom Wilson.- Chapter 4: The Net Undercount of Children in the 2010 U.S. Decennial Census: Dr. William P. O'Hare.- Chapter 5: Mathematical Modeling and Projecting Population of Bangladesh by Age and Sex from 2002 to 2031: Md. Rafiqul Islam and Md. Nazrul Hoque.- SECTION 2: Chapter 6: Sub-County Population Estimates Using Administrative Records: A Municipal-Level Case Study in New Mexico: Jack Baker, Ad lamar Alc ntara, Xiaomin Ruan, Daren Ruiz, and Nathan Crouse.- Chapter 7: Housing-Unit Method in Comparison: The Virginia Case: Qian Cai and Rebecca Tippett.- Chapter 8: On the Ratio-Correlation Regression Method of Population Estimation and Its Variants: David A. Swanson and Jeff Tayman.- Chapter 9: Assessing Accuracy in Postcensal Estimates: Statistical Properties of Different Measures: Howard Hogan and Mary H. Mulry.- Chapter 10: Using Tax Data to Estimate the Number of Families and Households in Canada: Julien B rard-Chagnon.- SECTION 3: Chapter 11: Comparing Immigrant Education Levels and Resultant Labor Market Outcomes: the European versus the Native Born Experience in the United States: Cristina Bradatan and Laszlo J. Kulcsar.- Chapter 12: Childbearing and the Labor Market: Time and Space Dynamics: Elena Kotyrlo.- Chapter 13: Household Expenditure on Medical Care and Health in Australia: Farhat Yusuf and Stephen R. Leeder.- Chapter 14: Mobile Home Population Displacement: The Case of Anchorage, Alaska: Donna Shai and Kristen Eaton.- Chapter 15: Geography Is Destiny: Spatial Correlations in Poverty and Educational Attainment in a New Mexico School District: Srini Vasan, Ad lamar Alc ntara, Nomalanga Nefertari, Xiaomin Ruan, and Jack Baker.- SECTION 4: Chapter 16: Alternative Strategies for Mapping ACS Estimates and Error of Estimation: Joe Francis, Nij Tontisirin, Sutee Anantsuksomsri, Jan Vink, and Viktor Zhong.- Chapter 17: Older Moms Deliver: How Increased Births to Older Mothers Can Impact School Enrollment: Richard Lycan and Charles Rynerson.- Chapter 18: Who Must Elect by District in California? A Demographer's Perspective on Methods for Assessing Racially Polarized Voting: Jeanne Gobalet and Shelley Lapkoff.- SECTION 5: Chapter 19: Individuals' Perceptions of Belonging to an Age Cohort and Consequential Cohort-Based Decision-Making: Alison Yacyshyn and Kwame Boadu.- Chapter 20: Access to Health Care on the International Border of Texas: Stephanie L. McFall and David W. Smith.- Chapter 21: Factors Influencing Differentials in Rural-Urban Living Arrangements, Health Status, and Abuse of the Elderly in Rajshahi District of Bangladesh: Md. Ismail Tareque, Md. Nazrul Hoque, Towfiqa. M. Islam, Kazuo Kawahara, and Makiko Sugawa.- Chapter 22: The Conceptualization and Measurement of the Homosexual, Heterosexual, and Bisexual Populations in the United States: Dudley L. Poston, Jr., and Yu-Ting Chang.- Chapter 23: Demographic Attributes of Mississippi Nursing Students and Family Influences: Ronald E. Cossman, Jeralynn S. Cossman, and Philip B. Mason.