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  • The Multigenerational Demography of Social Mobility | DuPRI
    Mobility The Multigenerational Demography of Social Mobility Fall 2010 11 04 2010 Location Social Sciences 113 Speaker Rob Mare UCLA Abstract Most demographic research on intergenerational processes focuses on the associations between the numbers and characteristics of individuals in successive generations and ignores multigenerational Non Markovian aspects of intergenerational mobility These aspects include both the net effects of grandparents and early ancestors on individuals and also other types of path

    Original URL path: https://dupri.duke.edu/event/multigenerational-demography-social-mobility (2016-02-13)
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  • Evaluation: Lessons Learned for the Uncontrolled World | DuPRI
    World Evaluation Lessons Learned for the Uncontrolled World Fall 2010 11 11 2010 Location Social Sciences 113 Speaker Siân Curtis UNC Abstract The Global Health Initiative GHI President s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief PEPFAR the President s Malaria Initiative PMI and other global health programs are putting increasing emphasis on evaluation and learning to ensure that investments in global health are effective and achieve desired outcomes At the same

    Original URL path: https://dupri.duke.edu/event/evaluation-lessons-learned-uncontrolled-world (2016-02-13)
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  • Gender, Bargaining Power, and Migration Decisions in Mexican Families | DuPRI
    Social Sciences 113 Speaker Jenna Nobles University of Wisconsin Abstract The prevailing model of migration in transitioning countries conceives of a risk diversifying household in which members share a coherent set of preferences about the departure of one or more members to work elsewhere Several decades of ethnographic research have questioned the applicability of this model by revealing the importance of gender hierarchies in family decisions Some scholars argue that

    Original URL path: https://dupri.duke.edu/event/gender-bargaining-power-and-migration-decisions-mexican-families (2016-02-13)
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  • Parental incarceration, child homelessness, and the invisible consequences of mass imprisonment | DuPRI
    Parental incarceration child homelessness and the invisible consequences of mass imprisonment Fall 2010 12 02 2010 Location Social Sciences 113 Speaker Christopher Wildeman Yale Abstract The share of the homeless population composed of African Americans and children has grown since the early 1980s but the causes of these changes remain poorly understood This article implicates mass imprisonment in these shifts by considering the effects of recent paternal and maternal incarceration

    Original URL path: https://dupri.duke.edu/event/parental-incarceration-child-homelessness-and-invisible-consequences-mass-imprisonment (2016-02-13)
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  • Seminar Series: Add Health Grows Up: Social, Behavioral, and Biological Linkages Across the Life Course | DuPRI
    Up Social Behavioral and Biological Linkages Across the Life Course Spring 2010 01 14 2010 Location Perkins Library Breedlove Room Speaker Kathy Mullan Harris UNC Abstract This talk will present the theoretical foundations study design and research findings of the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health or Add Health Add Health is a national representative study of more than 20 000 adolescents in 1995 who have been followed over time

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  • Seminar Series: James Vaupel, Duke University | DuPRI
    Events DuPRI Seminar Series Seminar Series James Vaupel Duke University Seminar Series James Vaupel Duke University Spring 2010 01 21 2010 Location Sanford Rhodes Conference Room Speaker James Vaupel Duke University Abstract Mortality is being postponed at older ages This finding documented in 1994 and bolstered since is a fundamental discovery about the biology of human ageing a discovery with profound implications for individuals society and the economy Remarkably the

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  • Seminar Series: Bob Hauser, University of Wisconsin | DuPRI
    2010 Location Perkins Library Breedlove Room Speaker Bob Hauser University of Wisconsin Abstract Many studies have found a positive relationship between cognitive ability as measured in childhood or youth and subsequent survival and several explanations of this have been offered ranging from the idea that low ability is an indicator of adverse systemic events in infancy or childhood to the idea that high cognitive functioning is required continuously to maintain

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  • Seminar Series: Amar Hamoudi, Duke University | DuPRI
    University Spring 2010 02 10 2010 Location Perkins Library Breedlove Room Speaker Amar Hamoudi Duke University Abstract joint work with Jennifer Beam Dowd We proceed to analyze relationships between individuals health status in 2006 on the one hand and the run up in housing values in their communities over the previous decade or more The outcomes we analyze include stress related indicators like blood pressure and incident cardiovascular disease as

    Original URL path: https://dupri.duke.edu/event/seminar-series-amar-hamoudi-duke-university (2016-02-13)
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