20 Oct 2018

Recent Articles in Demographic JournalsRSS

Population Research and Policy Review

Adolescent Fertility Attitudes and Childbearing in Early Adulthood

Education and Health Conditions Among the Currently Incarcerated and the Non-incarcerated Populations

Correlating Post-disaster Support Network Density with Reciprocal Support Relation Satisfaction: An Elderly Cohort Within One Year of the 2011 Japan Disasters

Sharing Parental Leave Among Dual-Earner Couples in Canada: Does Reserved Paternity Leave Make a Difference?

Children and the Mental Health of Older Adults in China: What Matters?


Acknowledgment of Reviewers

From Privilege to Prevalence: Contextual Effects of Women’s Schooling on African Marital Timing

Has Income Segregation Really Increased? Bias and Bias Correction in Sample-Based Segregation Estimates

Longevity and Lifespan Variation by Educational Attainment in Spain: 1960–2015

Beyond the Nuclear Family: Trends in Children Living in Shared Households

Demographic Research

Factors explaining the North–South differentials in contraceptive use in Nigeria: A nonlinear decomposition analysis (by Stella Babalola, Olamide Oyenubi)

First and second births among immigrants and their descendants in Switzerland (by Eder Andres Guarin Rojas, Laura Bernardi, Flurina Schmid)

Preface to the Special Collection on Interdisciplinary Research on Healthy Aging (by Yi Zeng)

Interdisciplinary Research on Healthy Aging: Introduction (by Frans Willekens, James R. Carey, Qiang Li)

Evolution of fixed demographic heterogeneity from a game of stable coexistence (by Stefano Giaimo, Xiang-Yi Li, Arne Traulsen, Annette Baudisch)

Population and Development Review

Trends in Inter‐Birth Intervals in Developing Countries 1965–2014

Divorce and Separation in India

The Impact of Migration on Long‐Term European Population Trends, 1850 to Present

Age at First Birth and Later Life Health in Western and Eastern Europe

Trajectories of Ethnoracial Diversity in American Communities, 1980–2010

Population Studies

Bayesian demography 250 years after Bayes

Bayesian population reconstruction of female populations for less developed and more developed countries

The perplexing links between contraceptive sterilization and (dis)advantage in ten low-fertility countries

The contribution of a history of heavy smoking to Scotland's mortality disadvantage

A test of the stranger-interviewer norm in the Dominican Republic

European Journal of Population

Partner Choice and the Transition to Parenthood for Second-Generation Women of Turkish and Moroccan Origin in Belgium

Are the Generations and Gender Surveys Well Suited for Studying Same-Sex Couples?

Geographical Distances Between Separated Parents: A Longitudinal Analysis

His and Her Education and Marital Dissolution: Adding a Contextual Dimension

Erratum to: Geographical Distances Between Separated Parents: A Longitudinal Analysis

Population, Space, and Place

Formations of belonging in Australia: The role of nostalgia in experiences of time and place

Migration patterns of parents, children and siblings: Evidence for patrilocality in contemporary Finland

Short‐term relocation versus long‐term migration: Implications for economic growth and human capital change

Issue Information

Translocal space across migrant generations: The case of a Greek Orthodox Church in the United Kingdom

Population and Environment

Neighborhood and social environmental influences on child chronic disease prevalence

An exploration of intergenerational differences in wilderness values

Correction to: Emplaced social vulnerability to technological disasters: Southeast Louisiana and the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill

In the light of change: a mixed methods investigation of climate perceptions and the instrumental record in northern Sweden

Heat and adult health in China

Mathematical Population Studies

Insights into two-sex population models 2

Positivity of solutions in a perturbed age-structured model

Discontinuous-continuous Galerkin methods for population diffusion with finite life span

Reduced fertility and asymptotics of the logistic model

The logistic, age-structured, two-sex population model applied to U.S. demography