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File Troff document (with manpage macros)Education, Birth Order, and Family Size
Sergio Urzua, University of Maryland, et al.; 2013-016
Located in Research / Working Papers / WP Documents
Cohen contests birthrate decline thesis
Challenges are real but manageable; better to focus on the well being of those who are here.
Located in News
Why Women Live Longer
Faculty Associate Philip Cohen points to male smoking habits as an important factor in understanding the relative longevity of women
Located in News
Philip Cohen Takes a Stand in Controversy Over Gay Parenting Study
Cohen calls for the resignation of the editor of Social Science Research after accusations of conflict of interest in the peer review process
Located in News
Seminar: Recent Trends in Cross-Border Marriage in Korea: A Focus on Spousal Dissimilarity, Marital Stability and Fertility
Doo-Sub Kim, Professor, Department of Sociology, Hanyan University
Located in Coming Up
Seminar Series: His Gain, Her Pain? The Motherhood Penalty and the Fatherhood Premium within Coresidential Couples
Alexandra Killewald, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Harvard University
Located in Coming Up
Seminar: Deprivation or Difference? Factors Shaping the Marital Quality of Cross-Border Marriages
Susanne Choi, Fulbright Scholar, Department of Sociology, Harvard University
Located in Coming Up
Seminar: Zodiacal Birth Timing Cycles in East Asia: An Update
Daniel Goodkind, Demographer, Independent Researcher, Arlington Virginia
Located in Coming Up
Time Use Data Access System
Sandra Hofferth continues Time Use project to extend data "backwards through time and geographically across countries"
Located in Research / Selected Research
Multidimensional Pathways to Healthy Aging among Filipino Women
Feinian Chen is working with the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, on an interdisciplinary study for the National Institute on Aging on health and functional outcomes in women's "transitional years" of middle and later adulthood
Located in Research / Selected Research