Kulcsár, László J.

International Handbook of Rural Demography

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Table of contents

1. Why Does Rural Demography Still Matter?
László J. Kulcsár, Katherine J. Curtis

2. Challenges in the Analysis of Rural Populations in the United States
Steve H. Murdock, Michael Cline, Mary Zey

3. Rural Natural Increase in the New Century: America’s Third Demographic Transition
Kenneth M. Johnson, Daniel T. Lichter

4. Migration and Rural Population Change: Comparative Views in More Developed Nations
David L. Brown

5. World Urbanization: Destiny and Reconceptualization
Avery M. Guest

6. Rural Aging in International Context
E. Helen Berry

7. Europe’s Rural Demography
Anthony Champion

8. The Demography of Rural Latin America: The Case of Chile
Leif Jensen, David Ader

9. Rural Demography in Asia and the Pacific Rim
Gavin Jones, Premchand Dommaraju

10. Demographic Change and Rural-Urban Inequality in Sub-Saharan Africa: Theory and Trends
Parfait M. Eloundou-Enyegue, Sarah C. Giroux

11. Demographic Structure and Process in Rural China
Dudley L. Poston, Mary Ann Davis, Danielle Xiaodan Deng

12. Rural Population Trends in Mexico: Demographic and Labor Changes
Landy Sanchez, Edith Pacheco

13. Rural Demography of India
T. V. Sekher

14. The Aboriginal People of Canada: A Rural Perspective
Gustave Goldmann

15. Rural Race and Ethnicity
Rogelio Sáenz

16. Family Matters: Gender, Work Arrangements, and the Rural Myth
Leann M. Tigges, Hae Yeon Choo

17. Rural Families in Transition
Kristin E. Smith, Marybeth J. Mattingly

18. Rural Health Disparities
P. Johnelle Sparks

19. Perspectives on U.S. Rural Labor Markets in the First Decade of the Twenty-First Century
Alexander C. Vias†

20. Race and Place: Determinants of Poverty in the Texas Borderland and the Lower Mississippi Delta
Joachim Singelmann, Tim Slack, Kayla Fontenot

21. Rural Jobs: Making a Living in the Countryside
Gary Paul Green

22. The Spatial Heterogeneity and Geographic Extent of Population Deconcentration: Measurement and Policy Implications
Joanna P. Ganning, Benjamin D. McCall

23. Integrating Ecology and Demography to Understand the Interrelationship Between Environmental Issues and Rural Populations
Christopher A. Lepczyk, Marc Linderman, Roger B. Hammer

24. Boom or Bust? Population Dynamics in Natural Resource-Dependent Counties
Richelle Winkler, Cheng Cheng, Shaun Golding

25. Neoliberal Democratization and Public Health Inequalities in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Proposed Conceptual and Empirical Design
Moshi Optat Herman

26. Diverse Ruralities in the 21st Century: From Effacement to (Re-)Invention
Keith Halfacree

Keywords: Social Sciences, Demography, Landscape/Regional and Urban Planning, Population Economics

Publication year
International Handbooks of Population
Page amount
13 pages

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